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    Apr 2012

    Monthly Giveaway! Day of the Dead Skull Pattern Wrapping Paper & Greetings Cards

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    This month we are giving away free 3 high quality A5 greetings cards printed on re-cycled card & 3 sheets of my luxury wrapping paper, printed on re-cycled paper with vegetable inks. Designed and illustrated by the talented Suzanne Carpenter.

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    To win these amazing custom items, you must simply do two things.

    1. Firstly you need to follow either our Facebook fan page or our Twitter (if you are not already following us).

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/illustratorslounge
    Twitter: www.twitter.com/the_loungers

    2. Secondly you MUST answer the following question by either pasting the correct answer on our Facebook page wall or on Twitter using our tag (@the_loungers):

    Question:
    Which Latin American country is most famous for celebrating the “Day of the Dead” each year from midnight on October 31st until November 2nd?

    Answer options:
    A) China
    B) Spain
    C) Mexico

    All answers must be in before the 30th of April 2012. A winner will be selected and announced on the 1st of May 2012. Then contacted via either Facebook or Twitter and these items will be sent out to them.

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    If you can’t be bothered to enter or don’t want to wait until the 1st of May to see if you have won, you can purchase these and a bunch of other cool stuff created by Suzanne direct from her Etsy account ->

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    Apr 2012

    Suzanne Carpenter

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    Welsh illustrator Suzanne Carpenter creates simple, punchy vector illustrations which look amazing when they’re plastered on something. On her website you’ll find her portfolio, picture books, patterns and more. Her Etsy shop is definitely worth looking at for a treat. I love her ‘Day of the Dead’ greeting cards! What’s also interesting about Suzanne is her school visits. Check the Workshops page on her website for more information.

    “Books, like children, have a life of their own.  They leave my desk and wander off into schools and libraries and other people’s homes.  Sometimes I get to follow them.”

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