Giveaway: Win a Frankie Diary

Thank you so much to everyone for supporting Pretty Paper Things this year! I’ve loved sharing my paper nerdiness with you all.

The PPT Facebook page reached 300 likes on Facebook over the weekend which means it’s giveaway time! I’ve got a brand new 2013 Frankie Diary all ready to be shipped off to a new home, ready for a new year. All you have to do is leave a comment and answer this question…

What are you having for Christmas lunch?

Pretty easy, right?

I’ll choose a winner, at random, THIS FRIDAY 21st DECEMBER at 9pm WST. The winner will be notified by email. International entries are welcome.

You will get an extra entry into the draw if you tweet:
Win a Frankie Diary at Pretty Paper Things @paperthings

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  1. Ava December 18, 2012

    Definitely with spaghetti and roasted pig for the main; and flan for dessert…yum yum! Merry Christmas!

  2. Carla December 19, 2012

    Im pretty sure my Christmas lunch will consist of homemade gingerbread cookies.

  3. Brooke December 19, 2012

    Christmas day lunch.. Well roast lamb, prawns, salad, and nannas pavlova!! Best ever.. MERRY CHRISTMAS!! 🙂

  4. Beck December 19, 2012

    Cold meats (roast lamb, chicken, corned beef) & salad, choc mousse, apple crumble & MY pavlova & fruit salad 🙂

  5. Katie Hill December 19, 2012

    Usual prawns and cold meat including salmon; eggnog and champagne, brandy snaps, roasted pumpkin and blue cheese salad, apple pie or blueberry danish with ice cream for dessert. There is always more. First Christmas without my nan who passed away in October, she was an award-winning Chef and it will be tough on us all but we’ll push through.

  6. Rebecca December 20, 2012

    Spending Christmas with our dearest Mom & Dad with prawn & chili cocktail for starters, traditional turkey, sausage wrapped in bacon, all the veg and Yorkshire pud with crispy roast potatoes YUM! And as I am not keen on Christmas pud myself I’ll be indulging in Sticky toffee pud with brandy cream! Merry Christmas all 🙂

  7. Kara December 20, 2012

    A hodge-podge of things everyone has brought to our very large family get together. From turkey to potato bake to asian salads, trifle, pavlova.. all washed down with home made icy cold daquiris!

  8. Wendy_c December 20, 2012

    Homemade ravioli followed by a roast with all the trimmings and tiramisu for dessert 🙂

  9. Laura December 20, 2012

    Croissants and strawberries for breakfast at the beach, and a cold lunch later with the grandparents. Perth is waayyy too hot to think about hot food. So maybe a cider, or two, to cool myself down.

  10. Kylie Pearce December 20, 2012

    Turkey Chicken Ham and Pork and loads of vegies yum yum yum!

  11. diana December 21, 2012


  12. Waimarie December 21, 2012

    Merry Christmas everyone! my family and i will probably have the traditional fest.. Salads, b.b.q, cheese and fillings in croissants, roast chicken, fish, vegetable dishes, fruit salads, Pavlova, cakes, chocolate chip logs, ice cream, .. etc .. anything and everything deliciously colorful and tasty,.. oh don’t yah just love Christmas, great time to spend with family and eat heaps making loads of unforgettable memories =)

  13. Lauren December 22, 2012

    well we are not actully having lunch we are have BRUNCH breakfast and lunch together ….we will have pancakes waffles turkey and little treats in between …yumm

  14. Rebecca Evangelista January 5, 2013

    We have a tight budget so we will be having lunch at Mc Donalds this year, so a meduim mc chicken meal with sweat and sour sauce and a a chocolate sundae with extra topping

  15. Loren Braithwaite January 8, 2013

    We had an unconventional Christmas lunch – the family celebrated the day with a vibrant picnic in Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Our woven picinic baskets was bursting with flavours of refreshing summer fruits as our ‘starter’ migled with lush conversation and vibrant laughter. Open sandwiches were creatively and spontaneously made with gorgeous freshly picked vegetables complimented by home grown herbs and tomatoes. The light and interactive meal allowed the family to interact in a casual manner inviting love and happiness into our meal.
    Our day ended with a spirited game of touch rugby and
    ball’a’ma’kissies down the endless hills with an oppositional dessert of sorbet bursting with flavour of berries or lavender infused ice-cream.

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