Friday, January 21, 2011

Week 3 Giveaway

One lucky winner will get this fun package of Valentine Rub-Ons!

Stampin' Up sent these out in our first order in December.  Well, it's not enough to use for classes or clubs.  I don't send enough Valentine cards to use them up.  So I set them on a shelf.  Yesterday I was reorganizing my stamp room, (Does that ever end?!) when I came across them.  Great prize item was my first thought!

One lucky winner will get these.  Leave a comment. 
I'll use Random number to pick a winner!

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These are the cards for my class at Hobby Lobby East
in Green Bay on January 26th.  I do one class at 10:00 am
and one at 6:00 pm.  If you're in the area and would like to attend
email me to reserve a spot!  It's a fun class. 



Happy Stamping!

11 comments:

jmniffer said...

These look like fun! So good of you to share them with one of us. jmniffer at comcast dot net

Tandra said...

Hi Kim! I already have those too, but Amy had a great idea for the tag on th e front of the pkg- she cut out the tag on front of pkg off-center to fit in her simply Adorned charm! And also used the bottom row of hearts! Just a hint to not toss the tag!! lol

Carol Bradley said...

Enjoy your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Carol B

Anonymous said...

Love your blog .The cards are really pretty.Thank you Dianne Bell peggydiannebell@yahoo.com

Charlotte said...

It would be so awesome to win the rub-ons! I am having a workshop soon and it is the first in a long time. Winning this would give me enough to use in the workshop! TFS!
Charlotte
cacook10@bellsouth.net

Deb B (Debadoo) said...

Super cute cards Kim. I really like the butterfly one!

Anonymous said...

I don't have any rub ons - I have used them in our groups with our demonstrator, but never used them otherwise. Ummmm maybe this is the time!

I love the examples from your class - oh, I wish I wasn't a state away - be such a fun road trip for your class. I love them all but that one with the black in the bottom right hand color really caught my eye!

Thanks for sharing!

Chris R. from Iowa

Anonymous said...

These rub-ons make cute decorations for glass items like candy jars. TFS!!
Linda Henry
Sacramento, CA
bandlhenry@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

Love your cards! Thanks for the chance to win.
Debbie Hughes
mama1duk@aol.com

Melissa said...

I've seen these used on cards before and think they look so nice. I'd love to have the opportunity to try them out myself. Thanks for the chance go win!! :)

Anonymous said...

Super looking cards for your class, have fun, Kim!

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