Stamp Set Give Away

I hope all of you are enjoying a special Sunday today!  I have just recently added a fresh new look to my Etsy shop and social media sites and I am loving the clean look.  I hope you all agree.  Green just makes me HAPPY!  I really appreciate all the email you have sent saying how much you like the change so I THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart.  In keeping with all my appreciation I would like to offer you an opportunity to win a wood-mount stamp set from Stampin’ Up!.  It is titled Thank You Kindly….which is very appropriate for today.

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With this set you receive a sturdy plastic clear case, 4 wood blocks, foam mounted rubber stamps  and decals for the top of your blocks + a label for the storage case.  A $13.95   value.

This is how your set will look once you assemble it.

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Here’s how to enter the chance to win this set:

1.  Comment on THIS post about anything that is on your mind.   A question about Stampin’ Up! products, a comment on my YouTube videos, upcoming projects or just introduce yourself and say Hi.  I would be happy to respond 🙂

2.  LIKE my Facebook page here or located in the far right side bar of this blog. 

The deadline for entries is Monday, September 2, 2013 (Labor/Labour Day for USA/Canada) at 12:00 p.m. DST.   I will enter the total number of comments  1-???  into random.org and announce the winner later that evening.  I hope you will all  participate!  I would love to mail you this wonderful and very useful stamp set.  This give-away is open to all domestic and international readers.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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My New Custom Die Just Arrived!

Hello and Happy August to you all!

I thought I would share my new AccuCut die design today.  I have been pondering for over a year whether to take the plunge and create my own die shape.  Well after much “Should I’s and Why Not’s” I took a deep breath and contacted their design department.  I made the commitment to move forward and design my own die.  Whew…LOL sometimes I just need to stop questioning things and jump in the water with both feet!  I am so glad I did….wait until you see it!

To make your own die you first need to send them your drawing so they can quote you a price.  Once you approve the price you sign a few more simple agreements and they create your die.  This is the proof of the scale design I received Skeleton Head 49392 .    I added a few basic shapes so I can design some fun eye expressions!  That’s what the circles and heart shape are for in case you were wondering 😉

Here is my first custom die and I just love it!  I will be creating a chipboard album kit using this skeleton head.  Check back for more updates regarding my paper choice and kit details.  Kits will be listed in my Etsy Shop September 2013.  I am looking forward to making this cute album for the upcoming Halloween season.

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