New Giveaway! New Year’s Cards from Wild Ink Press

With just over two weeks left in 2010, I’m already starting to think about all the things I want to accomplish in 2011.  I’m not really one for resolutions, I always try to get a fresh start to each new year with a clear head and positive outlook.  And to help us get ready to ring in the new year, Wild Ink Press is offer­ing two lucky readers the chance to win a set of 25 gorgeous letterpress New Year’s cards!


The cards are letterpress printed with white and red inks on 100% recycled chipboard with festive starburst shapes and come with matching red envelopes.  In addition to the giveaway, Rebekah from Wild Ink Press is also offering a 10% discount on everything in her shop through December 21 – just use code “BeautifulPaper10” at checkout.  Thanks Rebekah!


To enter the giveaway, just leave a com­ment below with one of your own goals for 2011!  You’ll have until 11:59 p.m. EST on Fri­day, Decem­ber 17 to enter – bonne chance!

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  1. It may never happen but one of my biggest goals for 2011 is to finally buy a flat in London. Utopistic? Just trying to stay positive 🙂

  2. My goal is pretty simple, I’d like to start bringing my lunch to work more often. Those dollars really add up, and it only takes waking up 10 minutes earlier to make my lunch. Here’s hoping (and at least some of that cash can feed my paper habit).

  3. I always have the goal of eating less sugar. But I love it so much. Happy Holidays.

  4. I would like to educate myself more in 2011. I love to learn and don’t take the time to do it much.

  5. One of my goals is to spend more time with my husband…I have a two-hour commute, so we see each other in passing a lot. In 2011, I want to make quality time a priority!

  6. These cards are beautiful! I took my first letterpress class this year and my 2011 goal is to keep it up and find more classes in the area. And just generally devote less time to work, more time to having fun! 🙂

  7. I always make practical, work-driven goals every year. This year, I am adding “always have nails painted, no chips” to my resolutions. Might be petty but i hate looking at chipped nail polish and dry cracked cuticles. I will be a master of the at home mani!

  8. These are beautiful. My new years resolution is to commit myself to creating something for myself, not my job, at least once a month.
    I hope to be able to create something half as nice as these! 🙂

  9. I hope to be more organized in the new year. I have a lot to get done, including my September Wedding, and organizing my new house!

  10. My goal for 2011 is to be more creative everyday… and to get back to Colombia (the country)!

  11. That’s an awesome discount. I just used it to buy some of her letterpress tags, which I never would have done if not for the discount– even though they’re beautiful. Just wanted you to know that discount codes make a huge difference to me, and I’m sure to some others. It definitely kicks me over the edge from, “oh, that’s beautiful,” to “oh my gosh, I’m buying that instead of lunch.” 🙂

  12. My goal is to do more scrapbooking! I did lots of little projects – but I would like to do more big size pages to keep track of our lives.

  13. Beautiful cards! I’d love to send those out to our friends! I’ve always loved sending real mail out, and after our wedding I’ve actually had a great time sending out thank you notes, and getting to personally thank everyone who came to our wedding and helped us out so much. We’ll be sending out an emailed happy chinese new year letter, but I’d enjoy sending out cards too!
    A goal for the new year: try something new, and stick with it. Two ideas for that are pottery classes / playing with clay, or channeling some craftiness towards building up a stockpile of fun things to sell at the farmer’s market. We’ll see how it goes, but I love the idea of making things and using other parts of my brain as a break from my thesis.

  14. I am not one to make resolutions for the new year to come. However, I do pray for good to come our way. My goal this coming year is to assist a friend who was recently diagnosed with liver cancer. I hope and pray that I may make the time to sit with her during here chemo sessions, to assist with errands she may have and mostly my goal is to drive her to see her only grand daughter even if it’s just once a week.

  15. I love the photography (and the cards of course). I currently live in philadelphia while I try to finish up my masters degree… so my goal in 2010 is totry and be more positive about living in a city and takin advantage of what it has to offer (until i can move into a mountain ski lodge and make cards foreverrrr!). Good luck to everyone who made a goal, they are all really good! 😀

  16. My goal for 2011 is to write more hand-written notes! Seriously, this would be a great start.

  17. My goal for 2011 is to get married AND make major progress on my PhD, all while staying sane and not going broke. Phew. Wears me out just thinking about it. Here’s to 2011!

  18. I have many,but one of the important ones is to really focus on doing something creative and/or inspiring every day 🙂

  19. To find a job that I love. Hopefully 2011 will be the year of interesting, well-paid, gainful employment!

  20. One of my many goals is to get back into ballet. As soon as I went to college, I wasn’t able to keep it up. I miss it so much…

  21. One of my goals for 2011 is to clean up my studio! It’s invading my creativity. Seasons best everyone, and Happy New Year too!

  22. My goal is to donate my money or time to good causes next year, I’m aiming for at least 1 per month. I always wanted to ‘make a difference’ but it’s all the little things you do that add up-if you wait until you can work on 1 big change…well, that may never happen.

  23. my biggest goal right now is to make sure that my three boys still feel very loved while i’ve got a little bun in the oven cooking. – i don’t want them to miss the next 6months of me loving on them! 🙂 (i’m usually a sleepy, self-cenetered preggers… i’m determined to think more outward this time around!)

    – and – this shop has gorgeous selections!

  24. My goal is to mail at least one piece of personal, non-holiday-specific correspondence each week to new acquaintances, old besties, kids, parents, neighbors, and co-workers. Facebook and email have nudged aside the handwritten word, but I vow to fight back! There is something fulfilling about reading a personal note in personal handwriting…on a piece of beautiful paper!

  25. My goal is to organize and build a beautiful, creative space in my apartment to store all my crafting supplies!

  26. My goal is to finish the Palawano NT translation (have it ready for printers).

    Might not happen, but 2nd goal would be to be “so close we can taste it.”

  27. My goal for 2011 is to have my stationary line ready for the Farmers Market next summer!

  28. GOAL: mulit-task between getting my handmade card/invitation business running while coordinating the myriad of events that 2011 has in store for me! I can’t wait for it all.

  29. My goal for 2011 is to learn my grandparents language: Spanish. I want to be able to talk to them more about their life experiences in this wonderful country before the opportunity is gone forever.

  30. goal: win these cards. 😛
    realistically, i’d love to make more of an effort to be present in the community where we live and serve the people around us.

  31. My goal for 2011 is to travel to somewhere inspiring–and stop worrying about the cost!

  32. Hello,
    Thank you for the beautiful giveaway! What lovely cards!
    My goal for 2011 is to do a better job of keeping in touch with friends and family, both near and far.

  33. pretty cards!! My goal is to spend as much time with my family before I move away with my soon to be husband!! 🙂

  34. my goal for 2011 is the same as it is every year: to love my family even more than the year before.

  35. One of my goals for 2011 is to make time for myself. I’m always bending over backwards for other people and I need to spend some time on me!

  36. One of my goals for 2011 is to sell our condo and be in a new place by next Christmas. It’s the next chapter in our lives that I just can’t wait to get to.

  37. My goal for this year is to be happy with life the way it is and not get frustrated and upset every time that things end up in a way I don’t like and don’t expect.

  38. My goal for 2011 is to work on my relationship with my (soon-to-be) brother-in-law and his wife, esp. for my fiance’s sake. I’d also like to lose 5 pounds! 🙂

  39. My goal for 2011 is to launch a new paper line of stationery to expand my customer base from brides to everyone.

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