Spanish bookmarks

January 20, 2013

Three Spanish bookmarks, from Santiago de Compostela and Madrid.

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They are gifts from my precious aunts E. and F. ;-)

I received these from Cathie today. She tells me this first bookmark was made for the Rugby World Cup :

And the second one shows the Milford Sound, a fjord in the south west of New Zealand’s South Island, judged as the world’s top travel destination and acclaimed as New Zealand’s most famous tourist destination :

It looks better with light behind it :

Thank you ! :-)

From Siberia

June 15, 2011

These bookmarks were sent to me by Marina, who lives in Siberia, Russia:

Giveaway !

May 18, 2011

I am giving away these Celtic bookmarks :

If you want to participate, all you have to do is answer the following question on the comments :

In which South American region can you find people who speak Welsh, one of the Celtic languages?.

This contest will be open until May 31st, when the comments will be published and a winner will be picked randomly from those who answered correctly.

Good luck !

May 31st update: this contest is CLOSED.

Surprise from Lithuania

March 4, 2011

An envelope with bookmarks and a postcard, a surprise from my friend Vaida in Lithuania:

One bookmark from Italy and two bookmarks from Portugal. I will show them in other entries.

Thank you, Vaida!

Inspirational

November 18, 2010

These are Hallmark bookmarks from Philippines:

 

Everything you need to live your dream is right inside you.

A day without a friend is a day without the sun.

Bookmark giveaway!

September 17, 2010

I am giving away these beautiful Argentinean bookmarks, which show pictures from Patagonia. If you want to participate leave a comment in this entry saying “Count me in”.

The winner will be chosen at random in 10 days (Sept. 27).
Make sure you leave your email so that I can contact you.
Good luck!

Sept. 26: the giveaway is now CLOSED. Four people have entered and the winner will be announced tomorrow.

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