"Munchkin Manners on Table Setting" GIVE A WAY!

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Munchkin Manners
8th drawing held by Completed on Saturday, 27 November 2010 at 06:25:47 UTC

Winners (1)

1st: MrsMatched

We are Giving Away a
Signed Copy of Munchkin Manners on Table Setting Book!

Manner are becoming a lost art. When I was younger my parents sent me to “manners” school at The Breakers in Palm Beach, the same place where Celeste now does some of her training.  So when I was given the opportunity to have this Give-A-Way I was thrilled. It reminded me of the wonderful skills I was taught when I was younger, that I have used my whole life. 
Munchkin Manners Book – “Munchkin Manners on Table Setting” is the first book in a series of ten, written by Celeste Jones, the founder of the Elementary Etiquette Society. The enchanting tale teaches how to set a table properly through a whimsical story that takes place in a magical kingdom far, far away. This limited edition, purple velvet, gold embossed collectors’ item looks beautiful in any nursery, child’s room, or on any coffee table. 

This signed copy, with a personal note from Celeste of, Muchkin Manners on Table Setting is
perfect for a Holiday Present or Christmas stocking stuffer.
  Do you want to win one?  Here’s how!

***2 Entries if you RE Tweet/Blog/FB about Giveaway!
1 Entry for Answering:  
Where does Celeste say “The Foundation for Modern Etiquette Began?” 
(Hint: It’s on her website under Etiquette History)
5 Entries for purchasing Munchkin Manners on Table Setting Book from Etiquette Society



After you join/follow/buy leave a comment here at Lily’s Laundry with how you entered.
DON’T forget to leave your email address so we can contact you!
Also, let us know who you would like Celeste to make your copy of the book addressed to!

Give A Way will run from November 19th-25th.
Winner will be picked by random.org and posted within 48 hours. 

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13 thoughts on “"Munchkin Manners on Table Setting" GIVE A WAY!

  1. Would love to have this! Carson is really into setting the table. And we could all use a little refresher on manners:) Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!Sarah

  2. Tiffany says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I have liked the EES facebook page.tiffany dot manley at hotmail dot com{Book made out to Ava}

  3. Tiffany says:

    I am following Celeste's blog via Google Reader.tiffany dot manley at hotmail dot com{Book made out to Ava}

  4. Tiffany says:

    I am following Celeste on Twitter.tiffany dot manley at hotmail dot com{Book made out to Ava}

  5. Tiffany says:

    Celeste says "the foundation for modern etiquette began in the French royal courts in between the 1600s and 1700s." {taken from her website}tiffany dot manley at hotmail dot com{Book made out to Ava}

  6. Angela says:

    The foundation for modern etiquette began in the French royal courtsin between the 1600s & 1700s. Under King Louis XIV, a placard was devised and posted with rules for everyone to follow.veniceangel@hotmail.com

  7. MrsMatched says:

    I like the Elementary Etiquette Society Facebook PageTNRepublcn at aol.com

  8. MrsMatched says:

    I am now following Celeste's BlogTNRepublcn at aol.com

  9. MrsMatched says:

    I am now Following on TwitterTNRepublcn at aol.com

  10. MrsMatched says:

    I retweeted about this giveawayTNRepublcn at aol.com

  11. MrsMatched says:

    I posted on FB about this giveaway.TNRepublcn at aol.com

  12. MrsMatched says:

    Where does Celeste say "The Foundation for Modern Etiquette Began?" In the royal French courts in the 1600 and 1700s. TNRepublcn at aol.com

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