Thursday, December 6, 2012

Winter Thinking of You...and TWO Giveaways!

Quick card and post! Made a card with this die for the Simon Says Stamp Gratitude Blog Hop  a few weeks ago,that was Fall colored...and although I have tried this stamp with other layouts and other positioning, I love it best long!!
Made a winter card with the Simon Says Stamp die and Memory Box Crystalline Border for the snowflakes and Papertrey Ink dotted paper.  Dotted the flakes with rhinestones.
  I have TWO "Thinking of You" dies to give away!! I would LOVE to know what you want, are asking for, are getting for Christmas!  I have NO idea what I want...thought maybe I'd get inspired by you all.  Leave a comment with your Christmas wish and I will randomly select two winners for these dies one week from today...next Thursday at 10am!!    Thanks for visiting me today!! Hugs!! Lisa

30 comments:

  1. I would actually love that die! :-). My husband buys everything I want or need whenever I mention something so by Christmas I usually don't have much of a wishlist left! He just picked up a Silhouette at the Black Friday sale. Loving it!

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  2. Such a great card. Now, I want that die--ha ha. Any holiday gift I get from DH will be something I buy myself. Thinking about the newest Kindle or perhaps a Silhouette. Will probably settle on nothing!

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  3. Love that die!
    I've been dropping lots of hints about a Silhouette - hoping I get it!

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  4. What a great die! I would really LOVE to get a Silhouette Portrait but on our budget, it would have to be for Christmas, Valentines Day, Mother's Day, Anniversary, & my Birthday ...lol. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

    Hugs,
    Snoopy :D

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  5. Elegant and delicate card...
    I dont wish to get anything particularly...yet if i get craft stuffs in plenty in coming year 2013...i will be much happy...

    Thanks for the chance

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  6. Adorable card, I am happy with any crafty gifts...just ordered some Inktense pencils for myself!

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  7. I would not have thought about cutting the border apart, but from now on, I will try this with all my border punches/dies.What a fun idea. I actually just discovered memory box dies and have several of those on my wish list, in addition to an apple picker. We have several apple trees and I would love to have the picker (it is a wire basket on a long handle with which you can pull down fruit) to keep me from having to climb up so high on our ladder. Yes, I know, awful to mention this on a paper crafting blog, but gardening and paper crafting are my two passions. What can I say?

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  8. Gorgeous card, Lisa! I really don't know what to ask for christmas but I LOVE surprises!!
    Karin x

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  9. Love the card! I like the new Distress inks...esp mowed lawn.

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  10. I have so many good tools and crafting items, that I'm asking for a new pair of slippers this year :) Now that's probably not what you were expecting, but I'm easy to please ;)

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  11. I love that die. It would make a good Christmas gift. hint hint. Others have been asking what I want but I can't think of anything to tell them, or you.

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  12. Lovely card! I recently came across Memory Box dies and did ask for a couple of them, other than that I really don't have any ideas ... it's just one of those years ... :)

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  13. I love your blog and your creativity. I have asked for a spotting scope for Christmas (for when we go to Yellowstone National Park each fall), but I am happy with whatever I receive. I would love your blog candy! Thanks.
    Kathie

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  14. I love your cards, especially the ones inspired by vintage records. We already exchanged gifts a few weeks ago, and I got liquid watercolor paints and a porcelain enameled cast iron pot (love the pot!) I always have a hard time thinking of things, lol.

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  15. What a pretty card! I'm a snowflake lover and this really appeals to me, especially with those cute little gems. I would really love some fuzzy warm socks and some "me" time for Christmas. Perhaps a massage gift certificate or a Michaels gift certificate so I can just have a few hours of fun. I have really loved this die since I have become a blog subscriber and have seen it used a few times. Thanks for the chance to win and Merry Christmas!

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  16. Love, love, love your blog and your cardstyle! I would love a string of pearls for Christmas; but I won't ask for them because they are so expensive. Gift cards to buy scrapping/card stuff would really make me happy though!

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  17. My Christmas wish is for a die or two and I haven't decided which ones yet. Thanks for asking.
    Mary Jane

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  18. I have Copics and a rotary cutter on my wish list for Christmas.
    Love your beautiful card! The sentiment die is such a pretty script. Thank you for the chance to win one.

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  19. Another simply beautiful card. Every time I see this diecut, I think that I really need to have it. It could be so versatile. Thank you for kindness in sharing not one, BUT TWO, with us :) Keeping my fingers crossed...

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  20. I would love a gift certificate at my local Stamp Shoppe so I could afford to get dies just like the one you are giving away! I just love all the new dies and punches and embossing folders and stamps:)

    Thanks for the chance to win this one.

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  21. Wii fit is what I would like for Christmas lets see on the 25th if I get enough cash to buy it :-)

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  22. I have asked Santa for some lovely crafty goodies, inc some dies and ink brushes, think I've made it onto Santas good list as well ;-) Thanks for the chance to win xxx

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  23. Saw your beautiful card on SCS....love how you broke up the border die. The only thing I want for Christmas is for my husband to get the kidney transplant he needs.

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  24. Love your card and love the die! I actually have several Memory Box dies on my list (mostly flower stems) along with the Copic anniversary set. Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  25. Beautiful card, Lisa. That die does lend itself well to a long card. It looks fabulous. I don't have much on my list this year, but I did ask for some basic alphabet dies. :) ann

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  26. Gorgeous card Lisa :-) I just saw this over on the SCS site and thought I would pop by and enter your candy too !I love that die and don't have it ! :-)
    I like receiving a cheque from hubby for crafty shopping, he wouldn't have a clue what to get me as he thinks I already have enough !!!! :-)Men eh !! LOL

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  27. Love your card and idea of die cutting. I'm so inspired..... off to the craft room; THNAKS

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  28. Hi Lisa, I think your Thinking of You card is beautiful. I make thinking of you cards for our church to send so that die would make some lovely (and quick) cards. I'm hoping for some crafting money for Christmas, I'd love to buy some of those SSS phrase dies like this one and others. Thanks Pat x

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  29. Great die and great use on the card. My Christmas list has lots of dies and punches that keep growing as I see more and more great cards. I would also love some organizing stuff for markers, dies, and ribbons. Outside the craft room, I actually want a little puppy because the pitter patter of 4 little boys is not enough apparently! Haha! Thanks for a chance to win and hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

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  30. Simply a lovely die and card! I don't have any sentiment dies and would love to win this one! Thanks for the chance!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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I so appreciate your comments...thank for taking the time to write:)!! Hugs!! Lisa