Win a Free Paper Cutter and More!

November 9, 2017 2 min read

I can still remember how excited I was when I
got a paper cutter for Christmas my first year of teaching. I still get happy thinking about it. I know, it’s wasn’t the typical Christmas gift of clothes, jewelry, etc.!  But most teachers will agree that having one close by whenever you need it is so incredibly helpful! My paper cutter has followed me to every school and class I’ve taught in. I’ve had the blade sharpened a couple of times* over the almost 30 years I’ve had it, and it still works great!! So I thought a paper cutter would be a great prize for this give-a-way!!! The paper cutter I chose is a 12 inch guillotine type paper cutter from Amazon. Keep reading to find out what you need to do to enter. But note that if you win, you need to give me your address within 48 hours. Then I will purchase it on Amazon and have it shipped directly to you.

Just remember there is an important rule to follow with this type of paper trimmer:   Don’t leave it sitting out where kids have access to it. Put it in a closet or cupboard when it isn’t in use. Even if you teach older kids… who knows what could happen if kids were just messing around one day when you weren’t there.  So don’t take that chance. Put it away when you are done using it.

Giveaway Details:
To show how grateful, thankful and blessed I am for all of you, I’m teaming up with some of my teacher buddies to bring you a “block party” giveaway! All 7 of us are offering a giveaway on our IG pages to give back to you! Enter all 7 giveaways or just the ones you want. One winner from each account will be chosen and announced on Nov. 12, 2017.  (Winner must respond within 48 hours or I will choose another winner.

How to enter:
1. Go to my Instagram page:  @Lisagoodellequip
2. Like my giveaway post.
3. Follow me on Instagram.
4. Comment on my giveaway post by naming a teacher and/or teaching tool you are thankful for.
5. Tap the photo on my Instagram post to see the next giveaway.

*When the blade of any paper cutter needs to be sharpened, take it in to the local fabric store whenever their next scissor and knife sharpening event happens.

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