Starry giveaway!- Now Closed!

Some time ago I ordered my own printed postcards from pictures taken during holidays and old black and white reconditioned postcards from the ‘30s.

Now is easier to choose the right card for the right person and mail it without worrying that I have to go to the shop and buy some cards or that I don’t have one of those nice cards that everybody liked.

So, from my stack of postcards I’m giving away 4 black & white ones to one of you that leaves a comment on this post by 27th of May, 12:00 PM Eastern Europe standard time telling me which is your favorite book or author and why. Open worldwide!

And because this month I completely changed my blog’s template and name from “La Parfumerie d’Ayda” in “Stardust and Dreams” for the first time in almost 3 years, I’m also giving away some Shooting stars, a pair of my handmade earrings made from silver plated cones and moss agate little stars with silver plated ear wires.

Please leave me a way to contact you if you win.

Good luck and starry days!

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15 Responses to Starry giveaway!- Now Closed!

  1. Patricia says:

    This are so nice!
    I have posted your giveaway on my blog!
    I will be back later to read about your postcard swaps, I´m very interested!

  2. Cierine says:

    Those postcards are very beautiful.

    You know, sometime I wish that I could transport back in time during the 1930’s or 40’s. Life was so much simple back then.

  3. Samy says:

    I love Watership Down, always. 🙂

    samyrocks92 at msn dot com

  4. liz says:

    hey, i do love those postcard
    so bold and vintage 🙂

    email me 🙂

    thankies for helding this giveaway ♥

  5. grace says:

    Great giveaway! Love those postcards. c:

    I actually have lots of favorite books and authors. One of them is Mitch Albom who wrote Tuesdays with Morrie and The Five People You Meet in Heaven. I love his books because I find them very inspirational and heartwarming. c:

    vesipisaroita [at] gmail [dot] com

  6. Biba says:

    I’m trying my luck too 😉

    About my favourite book – in high school it was Madame Bovary from Gustave Flaubert – she was quite a character, then it was Shakespeare’s poetry… Current I don’t have any favourites.

    barbara(dot)skledar (at) gmail(dot)com

  7. Joyson says:

    Cool giveaway! Being the teenager me (haha), I’ve never really received a postcard for myself nor give a postcard 😦 All because of technology. I really want to have those postcards please! I will treasure them for sure! 🙂

    Cool earrings as well! 🙂

    Now about the question. Sad to say I don’t have plenty of time to read books. I am a full time student in a “pressured cooker” university! haha 🙂
    But despite that, of course Bible would be my favorite book for all eternity. But if you’re asking about like fictional books and the like, I would say Percy Jackson: Lightning Thief would be my favorite. I’ve watched the movie and was curious of the book version. I read it and it was much cooler than the movie! I really like it because Im a Greek Myth Fan! Now I have the second book Demigods and Monsters but haven’t read it yet. 🙂

    Please email me if you want me to have my very first postcards! haha :))


    Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  8. Wehaf says:

    My favorite book is The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon. It is such an incredibly involved book, so mysterious and so fascinating, and yet so bewildering. I’ve read it so many times and each time I do it is different. It’s amazing.

  9. Wehaf says:

    P.S. My email is urchiken at gmail dot com

  10. Elena R says:

    My favorite book is Dostoevsky’s ‘Crime and Punishment’ because it’s classic

  11. Nitya says:

    These are wonderful!!
    I would love to win them!

  12. Liz says:

    wo ! i love that pictures 😀

    My favorite book is Cien años de Soledad (One hundred years of solitude) of gabriel garcia Marquez. Th best book of all times 😀


  13. Dhesh says:

    I love Gone With the has all the drama’s and emotions of life wrapped up in one story.

    dhesh at webmail dot co dot za

  14. Lubica K. says:

    I hope I am not late although I live in central europe. please count me in. My fav book is Monday begins on saturday by brothers Arkadiy and Boris Strugatskij – why? It is lovely and funny, full of fantasy and it partly reminds me those hard years when I lived under strick control and communism… worth of reading
    lubaska dot k at gmail dot com

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