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Blogger Giveaway: 3 Whitelines Notebooks to Review [Closed]

2 Apr

We’ve had a wonderful response to bringing Whitelines on board to EuropeanPaper.com, and we want to share the love! We’ve got three Whitelines A5 notebooks to send to three bloggers interested in writing a review about them. Whether you’ve just started a blog or you’ve been blogging for years, you’re eligible! Don’t know much about Whitelines? Check out our brand story on them HERE.

The available Whitelines notebooks are:

  1. Whitelines Side Spiralbound A5 Notebook – White / Squared
  2. Whitelines Perfect Bound A5 Notebook – White / Lined
  3. Whitelines Hard Cover A5 Notebook – Black / Squared
SpiralboundPerfect BoundHard Cover

We’ll be choosing the bloggers at random. So to enter, leave a comment on this post with the following:

  • Tell us the most creative thing you would do with Whitelines notebooks.
  • Which of the three notebooks you want to review.
  • A link to your blog!

The last day to enter is Thursday, April 5th. We’ll announce the winning bloggers on Friday, April 6th.  The only request we have for your review is to include links back to European Paper Company’s blog and to Whitelines’ homepage http://whitelines.se/  (And just an FYI, this giveaway is only open to U.S. residents.)

22 Responses to “Blogger Giveaway: 3 Whitelines Notebooks to Review [Closed]”

  1. Aisazia April 2, 2012 at 11:11 AM #

    The most creative thing I would do with my Whitelines notebook is to doodle and write notes of either my webcomics or novels. :D

    Would love to try the Whitelines Hard Cover A5 Notebook – Black / Squared

    http://etherealvoices.blogspot.com

  2. lucasmines April 2, 2012 at 11:22 AM #

    I would love to review one of these! If given the chance, I would use a Whitelines notebook to capture the good things in life. I’ve wanted to start a gratitude journal for quite some time to remind myself of all the good that actually does happen each day. The hardcover A5 would suit this perfectly – as I could keep the journal for quite some time without worrying about it being damaged or falling apart.

  3. Rachelskirts April 2, 2012 at 11:47 AM #

    I’d love to review the spiral-bound book! I’ve been meaning to brush up on my French, and such a beautiful notebook would be the perfect motivation to write a paragraph a day.

  4. Dana April 2, 2012 at 11:53 AM #

    I’d use the Whitelines spiral bound notebook to write lovely, neat, letters to my many pen pals. The clean pages will inspire me to include my doodles to decorate the letters and the spiral notebook will hold my letters until I’m ready to mail them off.

  5. crazysuburbanmom April 2, 2012 at 12:31 PM #

    I’ve wanted to try Whitelines Side Spiralbound A5 Notebook, for a while and haven’t found a place to get one easily. I try a lot of different paper for letter writing and using in a filofax – Graph paper is so multi-functional. I thought the white lines would be great.

    Tracy

  6. pattileesipp April 2, 2012 at 2:36 PM #

    I use a lot of notebooks in my ministry, would be a privilege and honor to try yours and review them. As my sermons and notes are passed on to other up coming warriors for the Father. Thank you for the chance to apply.

  7. Shangching April 2, 2012 at 4:18 PM #

    Wow, what a great opportunity! I would like to review the Perfect Bound A5 notebook, which would be ideal for me to arrange all the dessert recipes I have accumulated over the years.

    My blog is: eastwesteverywhere.blogspot.com

    Thank you for the opportunity!

  8. goodmailday April 2, 2012 at 4:52 PM #

    I’d use the hardcover A5 notebook to answer some of my voluminous correspondence. Sometimes I’m out at a cafe, and really want to write someone, but haven’t brought any letter paper with me. Quality paper can be perfect for this–all you need is to doodle or draw a little letterhead at the top!

    goodmailday.com

    make every day a good mail day!

  9. Lori Howe April 2, 2012 at 11:08 PM #

    C.Whitelines Hard Cover A5 Notebook – Black / Squared Looks intriguing to me. Looks like it waould make a faboulous art Journal! I love the european paper company card stock so this note book should be great as well!

    • admin April 3, 2012 at 6:30 PM #

      Hey Lori! Thanks for leaving a comment. Do you have a blog? If so, please add the blog link!

  10. BT Irwin April 2, 2012 at 5:11 PM #

    I’d prefer the lined, but will write on any. I’m enrolled in Finish the (*^$&*! Manuscript at my local RWA chapter and need notebooks for my new manuscript. Hoping these are more broad nib fountain pen friendly than other brands. The Quo Vadis Habanas let me down when they made the lines narrower and Moleskine bleeds through terribly.

  11. Azizah A. (@GourmetPens) April 2, 2012 at 10:10 PM #

    I would love to review the Whitelines Hard Cover A5 Notebook – Black / Squared – I think hard cover note books are under appreciated! I would like to use this to make a mini scrapbook with funny memories and quotes to give to my brother when he gets married.

    Thank you so much for the chance to review a Whitelines notebook! I’m so curious to try them out and haven’t found them locally!

    http://www.gourmetpens.com/ is my blog!

  12. Dorothy Baboo April 3, 2012 at 1:41 AM #

    This giveaway would be perfect if I’m one of the lucky winners. I was just looking through the hardcover notebooks available through the European Paper Company to order a sample for my husband’s company. However, winning one to review would be fantastic. I am interested in reviewing the Black, Hardcover, 5.8 x 8.25, Squared, A5 Notebook. This book I would use for my own personal work such as short story writing, children’s stories, articles and poetry. If the notebook is as great as it looks and it’s already the perfect size we’re seeking, we would definitely be ordering additional notebooks. I don’t have a blog, but can be reached via my personal email listed below (since there’s only room for one email address, please contact me if you’d like the company email as well.) Thank you and I hope to be hearing from you soon!

  13. Angel April 3, 2012 at 6:24 PM #

    I would just use it for journaling. My personal journaling does various things for me: place for thoughts, a commonplace book, and often first drafts of things that will end up on my blog. So, yea, it would get used. While I would be cool with any of the three, since you are asking for a preference, the Hardcover A5 would be my choice. Looks like it could take traveling around in my book bag.

    Best, and keep on blogging.

    http://itinerantlibrarian.wordpress.com

  14. Ambrosia Jefferson April 3, 2012 at 6:51 PM #

    I would pick B but I could review any of them. The most creative thing I would do is write letters of fiction to mail out! I love letters of fiction little bits of written art mailed out into the world.

    http://www.birth-ofa-notion.com is my blog.

  15. Jane Monk April 3, 2012 at 8:54 PM #

    I would love to try the Whitelines hardcover with graph paper. I love the idea of being able to photocopy my perfectly square drawings with no grid lines from the paper. The A5 size is perfect for a take and go art journal. Keeping my fingers crossed. x

    http://janemonkstudio.blogspot.com is my blog.

  16. Tammi Rapp April 3, 2012 at 8:56 PM #

    Most creative? Doodling, definitely doodling. :D A specific style called Zentangle, most likely.

    I’d love to try any of the three, I’ve heard great things about the journals, but I think the spiral bound would be easiest for my form of art.

    You can see examples at my blog (which is in serious need of updating, but does have followers, and auto-posts to Facebook as well)

    http://darkskye-stardust-dreams.blogspot.com/

  17. Julie (O-kami) April 3, 2012 at 9:19 PM #

    I would love to review one of these. My preference would be C and my blog is here: http://okami-whatever.blogspot.com/

  18. marguerite1997 April 3, 2012 at 9:41 PM #

    For the creativity exercise I would use them to design the Zentangle patterns I design and record all the new ones I see popping up all around the Zentangle and Lineweaving communities. I would prefer to use the A5 spiral bound notebook for it’s flexibility and to be able to lay it flat, for when I draw. My website is http://www.ihavethetangles.wordpress.com. To learn more I will send folks over to http://whitelines.se/ and EuropeanPaper.com. Thank you so much for this great opportunity.

  19. joe April 3, 2012 at 11:12 PM #

    the most creative thing I would do with this notebook would be using it as the official planning book of my evil empire, whose army will be derived completely of tabby cats. and also to review it
    I would like to review the Whitelines Side Spiralbound A5 Notebook – White / Squared
    This would be a great review to help our new blog http://www.penswag.blogspot.com get on its feet
    -Joe/Coffee

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