Win a Slice? or Copics? Or a Bind It All?

May 15, 2009 at 12:05 pm 1 comment

Shoot!  I do!  I’d love to have all three!

You need to go enter.


Here is what is what is up for grabs. A Brand New Bind it All. A Brand New set of 12 Copic Ciao Markers, and……………………….Wait For It……………………………………………………………………………….Wait For It………………………………………………………………………………………..A Brand New Making Memories Slice 🙂

…also have a few fun little giveaways too. There might be some Shimmerz, some new Prima Flowers (gorgeous), some Magnolia stamps, maybe some Unity stamps, and just a few more other little things.

All you have to do is come visit my blog everyday and just leave a couple of comments. I am thinking that at 2000 we will give away the Bind It All and at 3000 we will give away the Slice. If we get there in less than a week, I will even throw in a cartridge for the Slice. There is no set number of little giveaways, BUT I am feeling very giving, so I was thinking at least 7. I always get so excited about doing these. Alright, well it is time for me to get the kids to school. I hope everyone has a fabulous Friday.

I suggest you get over there and get to commenting.  Five domment entries allowed per day.  PS:  Danielle is the host of the design team I’m getting read to serve on right now t ScriptureScrappers!  Right after I figure out how to get the website set up…{me:  busy, busy girl!}

Scoot on over there! Say howdy five times today, and then tomorrow, and then the next day…


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Merrie  |  May 19, 2009 at 6:33 am

    Good morning. I’m not a scrapbooker so I won’t jump into the game. …
    On a different note… I have just recently started with twitter. I remembered bad a long time ago when you were twittering about twitter. Do you still twit?
    I’m just merrieposey… you can find me there if you’d like.
    Thanks… Have a super blessed day!

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