Arty Girl: Win SeeSaw Designs 2010 Letterpress Calendar

Wow. 2010. Do you think we're going to stop saying "two-thousand-ten" and start streamlining with "twenty-ten" like they do in movies that take place in the future?

Well, regardless, here in two-thousand-nine, we gave a Best of Phoenix award to SeeSaw Designs. We called them the best letterpressers in town and now their gorgeous 2010 calendar is up for grabs.

And, if you hop on their blog today, you can enter to win one for free.

This little gem will make perfect Holiday gift for someone you want to impress but you may not know well enough to give a squishy, sentimental present. Plus, they're beautifully created with simple and clean geometric letterpressed designs that visually interpret each season (the remaining calendar images are posted after the jump).

Entering to win is easy. Just click on this link to the SeeSaw blog and do the following:

- comment on their post giving them a name of shops you know (in or out of town) that might be interested in carrying it
- leave your contact info (email or blog link)

You can even try for a second or third entry by blogging or tweeting about the giveaway and linking back to it. Make sure you leave a comment on their blog with a link to where it's posted.

And, no, I'm not blogging about this to enter for a chance to win...you guys can have at it. But I'm definitely purchasing a few for gifts, no doubt about that.

The contest ends tomorrow (Oct 9th) and a winner will be announced on Monday (Oct 12th).

And, of course, if you don't win or you want more than one, you can buy the thing on the SeeSaw website or at Frances boutique.

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