Bookbed’s September Surprise Giveaway

Here at Bookbed, we love a lot of things—reading, storytelling, crafting, filming and of course, sharing. This is why this September, we’re giving away these book-inspired items.

Three winners will get the following prizes:

  • One (1) “Shine” Wooden Display from Something Something + A Belzhar bookmark from Meg Wolitzer and a signed Love May Fail postcard from Matthew Quick
  • One (1) set of Harry Potter book scarves from Candy Crafts + Bookbed stickers
  • One (1) signed copy of Abbey Sy’s The ABCs of Hand Lettering Bookbed stickers

Click here to enter the giveaway! Runs until September 21 and open to Philippine residents only. ☁

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12 Comments

  1. Kayne Inso

    *squels * Thank you for the giveaway.

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  2. thebooklander

    Definitely joining this give away! I’m excited!!! ❤

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  3. First time to join a giveaway here! Thanks for hosting! 😉

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  4. I am so excited with the giveaway! The moment I stumbled upon bookbed, I loved the idea of the blog so I followed right away, even in twitter and instagram. ❤

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  5. Oh lovely giveaway… thank you for the chance BookBed! You’re Awesome! 🙂

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  6. tinfrencillo

    Thank you for the giveaway these prizes are so awesome! 🙂

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  7. Awesome giveaway 🙂

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  8. Tet Agpawa

    Yay! Let’s read!

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  9. Been a fan of Ms. Abbey Sy for quite a while now and I’ve been dying to have a copy of her book!! This giveaway has a perfect timing 😁😁

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  10. christianxnatanauan

    Excellent giveaway! I have been an avid fan of {the great} Abbey Sy for a few years now, and she has inspired me to do new and wonderful things, but I haven’t got the time to buy her book, so this would be perfect if I got a signed one! Also, the HP scarves look AMAZING! So excited for this, hoping i could win 🙏🏻❤️

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  11. […] also participated in the hand lettering workshop led by Abbey Sy, author of The ABCs of Hand Lettering. It was really fun doing all the various strokes and font types in lettering. I realized that […]

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