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Win a Pencil Sharpener or a Paper Trimmer!

westcott giveaway Win a Pencil Sharpener or a Paper Trimmer!

Our giveaway for this week is sponsored by Westcott! You can either win a Westcott TrimAir Guillotine Wood Trimmer w/Microban Protection or a Westcott iPoint Evolution Electric Pencil Sharpener! (I am dying to own a paper trimmer! No more crooked pictures!) Here’s a little more info about each item:

Westcott TrimAir Guillotine Wood Trimmer w/Microban Protection
-Contemporary design, comfortable handle with “must have” safety guard.
-Blade is Titanium Bonded Stainless Steel
-Sheet Capacity is 30

Westcott iPoint Evolution Electric Pencil Sharpener
-iPoint Evolution Pencil Sharpener operates quietly and offers a contemporary, sleek design that saves space on your desk.
-Patented titanium blades stay sharp for longer lasting blades.
-EZ-View shavings reservoir makes it easy to see when shavings need to be emptied.

Ready to win? Here’s how to enter:

Leave a comment on this post telling us which item you’d like to win and why

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5. Repin the giveaway photo for this week on Pinterest! You’ll find it here
(Make sure to leave one separate comment for each extra entry you do!)

We’ll choose two winners using random.org and announce them on Monday, August 13th! Good luck!

316 Responses to Win a Pencil Sharpener or a Paper Trimmer!

  1. Brenda K Davila says:

    I’d love to win the paper trimmer for my classroom. My students and I often do holiday crafts (Christmas, Mother’s Day, etc) and this cutter would make cutting for me soooo much easier!

  2. Dayna Fick says:

    I would love to win the paper trimmer. I’ve been borrowing one for a while (a few months). I should return it to the rightful owner. I’ll do that once I have my own. :)

    liked on FB and tweeted too.

  3. I work for a non-profit organization and we do not have a paper trimmer. We have a budget, so it’s not a priority, however, it would definitely be useful and very much appreciated.