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WIN! CNA launches fashion stationery line

CNA fashion stationery

WIN! CNA launches fashion stationery line

The latest David Tlale fashion stationery line exclusively at CNA, will inspire the creative in all of us. One lucky reader will win a notebook and pencil bag.

There’s been a big surge in collaborations across industries in the last couple of years and are proving to be highly successful. CNA, the stationery giant, partnered with Cyla Gonsolves, a contestant on The Intern by David Tlale to design their fashion stationery line. The good people at CNA gave me some of these beauties to giveaway to one lucky reader. These are sure to inspire you while you use it.

How to win this gorgeous notebook and pencil bag 

CNA fashion stationery

All you need to do is comment on this post how it will inspire you to be the best version of yourself this year and then tweet me on @annedoli that you’ve entered. That’s it. The winner will be randomly drawn and announced on Twitter next week Monday, 5 March.

22-year-old Gonsolves was afforded the once in a lifetime opportunity to design the stationery after winning the CNA Design Challenge on the reality show whereby contestants had to use nothing but stationery to create a high-end ensemble.

Cyla Gonsolves design on The Intern by David Tlale

Don’t fret if you’re not the lucky winner, you can get yourself all the fashion stationery your heart desires from your nearest CNA. It’s not priced badly either!

Anne Dolinschek
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  • Riétte van Tonder
    Posted at 09:50h, 26 February Reply

    You can never have enough notebooks and this drawing leaps of the page and energizes me!

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:22h, 28 February Reply

      This is sooo true!

  • Tokiso Molefe
    Posted at 16:03h, 26 February Reply

    I find my creative fire planning my social strategies on a note book first. For a digital person I still enjoy old school pen and paper planning. This note book well mos def add to that fire.

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:24h, 28 February Reply

      I feel you, I love good old school pen and paper….

  • Ruby Letters
    Posted at 11:18h, 27 February Reply

    I’m a super organized person when it comes to work and personal projects. And despite having a deep love of gadgets I find myself always using physical notebooks to plan things…there’s just something about it that makes it seem more real, more set in stone. I can NEVER have enough notebooks 😀

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:27h, 28 February Reply

      I love old school notebooks. I find it satisfying to tick things off a physical list.

  • Claire Arndt
    Posted at 11:25h, 27 February Reply

    I have recently started my own company and could use all the pretty inspiration. The items are stunning and will add glamor to my pitches 🙂

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:28h, 28 February Reply

      This stationery will definitely add some inspiration.

  • nasika baijnath
    Posted at 13:08h, 27 February Reply

    This will bring out my creativity and make me more open to bright pretty pictures and feelings around me

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:29h, 28 February Reply

      I love that!

  • Leigh
    Posted at 17:27h, 27 February Reply

    There is only so much space in my head for random mostly useless thoughts. Those brain farts need to be written somewhere to be referred to again in a month or two.

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:30h, 28 February Reply

      I love keeping thought journals for that exact reason…we often forget the most amazing ideas when we get busy with other things.

  • Catalogue 25
    Posted at 18:54h, 27 February Reply

    I love the lady in the abstract dress on the front cover. To me, she is gazing into somewhere special … spurring my inspiration and creativity. Her colourful dress is a also reflection of my new love for adding colour to my wardrobe.

    This will be the perfect note book for my new facebook page for my blog

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:32h, 28 February Reply

      You’re so creative, Nadeems! Also, I love the pop of colour that you’re adding to your wardrobe.

  • Felix Sebata
    Posted at 22:37h, 27 February Reply

    My wife started attending sewing classes. If I win this for her, I’ll get lucky, and she’ll be on maternity leave in 9 months time, which will give her enough time to focus on her passion for creating fashion 😁

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:33h, 28 February Reply

      Lolsies, have you spoken to your lovely wife about a third kid?? I feel like her fashion is the newest addition to your family 😉

  • Judy Padayachee
    Posted at 00:15h, 28 February Reply

    These colours just inspires me to start writing.

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 07:33h, 28 February Reply

      Love that you’re already inspired!

  • Ima Peter
    Posted at 14:06h, 01 March Reply

    As someone always on the go, it will definitely help inspire me in meeting and conferences when i am taking notes and trying to come up with new ideas. it is important to have thing fun, inspiring and sensible, that will encourage you to be all those things as well

  • Martha van Zyl
    Posted at 07:25h, 03 March Reply

    It will inspire me to fashionably show up for my life more often (more than once a week) because my notebook shouldn’t be ashamed of being seen with me in public.

  • Sarah prescott
    Posted at 08:13h, 03 March Reply

    I love note books for many reasons – to do lists, shopping lists and birthday lists. They help keep me organised.

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