The Heart Book: Win the Printed Version

The Heart Project is coming to an end….
Today is the last day of the giveaways for The Heart Project. There are still many in progress, so be sure to check them all out [there's a list at the end of this post].

The Heart Book will be available for donation through the rest of February, so if you haven’t gotten one yet, you can still do so!

So far there’s been over $1,800 donated to the American Heart Association [through the books, auctions and CraftProjectIdeas matching $1 for every book sold]. Can you help us reach our goal of $2,000 by the end of February?

Today. You have the chance to get the beautiful, printed version of The Heart Book for free! We’re giving a few away today!

A sneak peek of what’s in the GORGEOUS book.
I’m biased. I put the book together. But I do think its gorgeous.
But its because of the heart projects that are included!
I love them all. They make the book what it is.
Over 100 heart projects are included in The Heart Book.
Here’s your chance to win the printed version of The Heart Book! 
Enter now until February 21!
Have you contributed to The Heart Project yet?
Donate $5 to the American Heart Association and get The Heart Book!
eBook: US $5 Donation to AHA
Add to Cart[You can also donate at your free-will, buy the printed version, or take part in the rest of the giveaways. 
More information is available at The Heart Project Fundraiser.]

The printed version of “The Heart Book” is 8.5 x 8.5″, full color, paperback. Five dollars [US $5] of every book sold will be donated to the American Heart Association!
 
craftprojectideas.com showing the love
Bonus donation! For every book sold, Craftprojectideas.com is donating $1! That means in addition to your $5 donation by purchasing the The Heart Book, Craftprojectideas.com will donate another $1 on your behalf [up to $500!]

Please hop on over the Craftprojectideas.com Facebook page and tell them a BIG THANK YOU for being so generous!

 

Enter to win one of the four printed versions
of The Heart Book!
Enter to win at any of the following blogs:
[entries are all combined from participating blogs]



The Heart Book [printed version] Giveaway ends: 2/21
Entries [on Rafflecopter form below]:
  1. Leave a comment on one of the blogs – let us know which one on the Rafflecopter form. 
  2. Have you supported The Heart Project by donating to the AHA or getting The Heart Book?  Support The Heart Project from now until Valentine’s Day. Every $5 donation to AHA will receive a FREE eBook version of The Heart Book.
  3. Tweet about the Giveaway [can do once/day]
You are not required to donate in order to enter in any of these giveaways
Enter using the Rafflecopter widget below.
Terms and Conditions:
** Available to US residents only.**
* This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. Winner(s) will be contacted by email 48 hours after the giveaway ends. If you have any additional questions – feel free to send us an email!
* No purchase is necessary to win.
* Must be 18 years of age or older to enter.
* Winners will be chosen via random.org by 2/22/12 and will have 48 hours to claim their prize. If winner does not claim prize within 48 hours or forfeits, prize will be redrawn by random.org and the new winner will be notified.
* Void where prohibited by law.


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Comments

  1. Kim @ The Educators Spin On It says

    Thanks for creating such an amazing project to help support the american heart association and to raise awareness. Keep up the awesome work! Here's hoping for a hard copy!

  2. corey1971 says

    My grandmother died of a heart attack, so the work of the AHA is very important to me! (Corey Olomon)([email protected])

  3. Diana says

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