{Giveaway} from Vintage Paper Parade!

I’d like to introduce you to one of PDB’s new sponsors. You may have noticed the new button in the left hand column with this adorable image:

Vintage Paper Parade is a wonderful little Etsy shop featuring whimsical, stylish and vintage-inspired illustrations perfect for a baby or bridal shower, children’s birthdays or holiday fun. 

Debra, the owner and designer, hand designs each image from children’s stories (and even stories told by her children) by keeping a notebook of sketches and choosing her favorites to add regularly to the shop. She calls Toronto home and launched A Spring Handmade Market to unite local Etsy artists earlier in 2009.

I adore the small, detailed tags! How perfect would they be for handmade party favors, gift packaging, or even to identify dessert buffet treats? The cupcake toppers and cards with elephants and circus tents follow as a close second (and did you see the fawn design?).

Vintage Paper Parade offers party packs and individual listings in most of the themes. You’ll definitely want in on this giveaway!


Vintage Paper Parade is offering one lucky winner:

*one set of personalized cards/invitations
*one set of gift tags
*one set of cupcake toppers
*$20 gift certificate for Vintage Paper Parade

In any theme or design of the winner’s choosing – perfect for your next celebration! (Valued at $55)

To Enter: Please visit Vintage Paper Parade’s shop and leave a comment here about your favorite item. If you’d like, share one of your favorite party themes, too!

Giveaway ends Friday, March 19th, at midnight PST. Winner will be chosen randomly and announced the following Monday.


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  1. Danielle M. says

    The little tags are adorable!! I can already thing of ten different ways to use them!! Bravo!

  2. says

    They are all great! I really liked the girl jumping rope cupcake toppers and the monogrammed card. My favorite party theme was a vintage doll party for my daughters 3rd birthday. It was fun, cute and very girly! Each guest brought a doll and we made bracelets, colored paper dolls, and stuffed a handmade doll made from vintage fabrics and accessories. Sweet party :)

  3. says

    So many wonderful designs to choose from. I think the little girl with bunnies is adorable, especially with Easter right around the corner. The cupcake toppers are great too! Another favorite is the cook with me card. All so great!

  4. says

    hi! i love the vintage cupcake toppers with the jumprope and little girl! the cards with children silhouettes are darling too. my theme pick would be the children silhouettes. my birthdays coming up in april so how fun would it be to win!

  5. Amy Preston says

    Love the toadstool tags – would be perfect to have on hand to put on hostess gifts

  6. Jessie says

    I love the fiesta pinata party cards, and I love the simplistic yet adorable style of all the work.

  7. kelli says

    I love them all!! If I were have to pick on I would say the Eat Drink and be Merry. Cute Cute Cute!!
    Kelli S.

  8. Danielle says

    Hmmm, probably the Eat Drink and be Merry ones – but it’s hard to choose as they are all cute!

  9. Lori H says

    I loved the nutty squirrel tags, and the Merci cards. And, well, everything is great!
    My favorite party theme: for my daughter’s 9th bday we had a “kidnap” party. We drove to each guests house early on a Saturday (only their mom’s knew we were coming) and kidnapped them in their pjs and took them all to our house and had a big bday breakfast, with cake and ice cream too. The girls loved it.

  10. Laurie says

    I just adore the Toadstool Gift Tags. They caught my eye immediately. Who doesn’t love teeny tiny polka-dotted toadstools?

  11. kate says

    I adore the St. Patrick’s day notes…Who doesn’t love a little Irish charm?

  12. Nat says

    The Little Peanut Welcome Baby Card made me squeal (silently — I’m at work;) So adorable. All of these items are so sweet.

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