We’re excited to announce the Special Prize winners of the The 2016 Wrap It Up Holiday Quickfire Gifting Challenge! Throughout the year, Minted customers look for unique gifts for their loved ones for a variety of gifting occasions. Calendars, notebooks, day planners, and address books are the perfect presents for recipients of all ages or even as a treat for oneself. We can’t wait to see these gifts in the hands of our customers!
Out of the Box Award
For the freshest, most original design you wouldn’t find anywhere other than Minted.
Rainbow Geode by Alexzandra Fajardo
Perfect Picture Award
For the best design that incorporates 1+ photographs.
Botanica by Laura Hankins
For the most unique design that would appeal to a man in your life.
Starboard by Susan Brown
For the most creative design tailored to an important gift recipient (i.e., father, mother, grandmother, grandfather, best friend, teacher, daughter, son, etc.).
Old School by Sara Berrenson
For the design that is evocative of a general location (i.e., beach, mountains, etc.) or specific place (think iconic landmarks or states).
Charleston Doors by Jenny Batt
For the most unique design customized for the hobbyist in your life (i.e., the chef, gardener, music lover, traveler, sports fiend, etc.).
Travel Essentials by Rio Grange
For the most striking clean, modern, minimalist design.
Elegance by Kaydi Bishop
Inspiring Typography & Quote Award
For the design that incorporates the most interesting typography and/or inspiring quote.
mountains by Sweetgrass Paper Company
Forever Young Award
For the best design suited for younger kids (ages 5-10).
nutty nutcrackers by Tonia Dee
Let’s Hear it For the Boy Award
For the best design for a school-aged boy (ages 5-18).
BEAST! by jomolo
For the most unique design that would work well as a corporate gift.
Painterly Plaid by Sarah Brown
For the best design that puts a name on a curvilinear path.
Outside the Lines by JeAnna Casper
For the best design from a first-time entrant.
Modern Holiday Trees by Angela Rekucki
Published November 28, 2016