Monday, 31 October 2011

Tick, tock

How many of you remembered about the clocks going back on Saturday evening?  It is lovely to have the chance of an extra hour in bed - but the cost is too high!  It will be dark at 5.00 p.m.!  How many like me hate the dark nights?  The only good thing I can see about the winter is that Christmas is in December.  Without that I would be totally miserable.  I will be ticking off the days to when the nights start getting lighter again!

What did you do with the extra hour yesterday?  Leave a comment (today) on this post and I will enter your name into the draw - it's tomorrow!  Usual entry rules apply.  Good luck to all that are entered.

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Traditional Christmas colours!

For Christmas cards the traditional colours are always a favourite for many.  For the recent papercrafts show Joanne made some Christmas card samples up for me using more of the Prima North Country patterned papers.

As well as using the Prima North Country patterned papers, Joanne also used the Tando Creative 'Wonky Trees' chipboard shapes, which she inked and added small pearls to.  The topper on the other card is from 'Forest Notes' patterned sheet, which co-ordinates with all the papers in the range.

What embellishments do you like to use on your Christmas cards?  Do you buy toppers or make your own?  Leave a comment on today's post and I will enter your name into the draw.  The usual rules apply.  Best of luck!

Saturday, 29 October 2011

Blue Christmas

I've always liked the alternative colours of blue and white for Christmas cards.  The traditional colours of red and green will always be popular but there is something lovely and modern about this blue combination for Christmas projects.

For the recent Purely papercrafts Show at Gateshead, I asked Joanne if she would make some samples up for me and here are a selection of fairly simple, but pretty cards using this colour combo:

The patterned papers she used are from the Prima North Country collection called 'Snowfall' and 'Forest Notes'.

What is your favourite colours for Christmas and why?  Leave a comment and I will enter your name into the draw (rules apply).  Thanks for stopping by today.

Friday, 28 October 2011

The perfect partner

I think one of the hardest things about making a scrapbook layout is deciding on what to have as the background.  Most of the time I start with a sheet of Bazzill cardstock (or similar) then make up the layout from there.  Occasionally, I see some patterned paper that I like for my background layout and use that but mostly it is the trusted cardstock that I start with.
The most used cardstock colours are probably black and white but there is another shade of this fantastic cardstock that outsells all and that is French Vanilla.

This cardstock shade is my biggest seller and I am not surprised!  It is a subtle shade of cream that goes with almost anything.  Unlike white, it is not as stark and cold.  It gives the background of your project a warmer feel but is still light enough to mix with an array of brighter colours I have tried this colour next to the brand new Authentique 'Gathering' collection (new in yesterday) and it goes a treat!  Obviously, everyone has their own favourite colours - let me know yours by leaving a comment.

For every comment left (today only) on this blog post will be entered into the draw.  I can only accept entries from followers of this blog.  If your name does not appear in the follower list above - you won't be entered.  The rules are there to make the draw fair to everyone.  Thanks for stopping by today.

Thursday, 27 October 2011

Authentique Gathering .... in store later today!

I am expecting a delivery later today of the fabulous Authentique 'Gathering' paper collection, along with other co-ordinating products.  I have just popped over to the Authentique gallery and found this Wow! Dress Form made by Emily  Lanham from this fab range.

This gorgeous creation shows the beautiful papers off to perfection!  I can't wait to get my hands on this range as the colours are absolutely perfect for autumn layouts as well as being suitable for a number of other projects too.  If anyone has the Tim Holtz dress form die or similar, this would look fantastic made up for the front of a card or other project.

Leave a comment on today's post (see rules - please don't miss out) and I will enter your name into the draw for this month.  Not long now until it is drawn.  Best of luck!

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

First Edition Paper Pads

I have just uploaded the details on the website shop of two brand new paper pads from First Edition.  This is a new product line for me and I must say they are gorgeous!.  I decided on the 8" x 8" size as they are the most usable size for both card makers and scrapbookers.  The first one is called Isabelle and is a beautifully detailed floral paper pad with delicate designs in dusky blues, antiqued creams and rich chocolate brown colours.  It's a charming and timeless collection of papers which, will last through all the seasons.

The next paper pad is called New Leaf and is a contemporary collection of papers in a colour palette of burnt orange, sage green and chocolate brown.  The designs are bold yet pretty and the mix of large and repeat prints makes them ideal for card making and scrapbooking projects.

Both paper pads have 48 sheets, with 3 sheets of 16 designs and are made from 200gsm heavyweight cardstock.  I have a buy together offer on these paper pads at the moment.  All you have to do is click on one of the choices and the 'buy together' offer is lower down on the page.  This offer saves you £2 on buying them together.

Leave a comment on today's post and I will enter your name into the blog candy draw.  Rules apply.  Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Half-term holidays

I hope those of you with children (and those who are minding other people's children) this week aren't too stressed out!  It is a difficult thing at times to keep children amused for all the hours they would normally be in school.  It can be quite expensive too to take them out, even just for a snack at lunchtime as a treat (and to get them out the house for a few hours).

The weather is always a factor when deciding on what you can do during the week.  If it is fairly dry there are always local parks (but that only works with smaller children in my experience).  There are local skate parks that older children use for their skateboards and the latest craze of (what we used to call) scooters! 
If your children like making things (and most do) I am sure that the more 'crafty' of parents can call upon a multitude of ideas of things to make to while away the hours.  I think when you are making things with the children it is nice to have a theme to work towards and that way they don't think you are just trying to occupy them (which you are of course) for a few hours.

Of course, Halloween is just around the corner and it would be a perfect time to get them to help you arrange some decorations, party invitations etc., for the day (or should I say night!).  Looking through my gallery on the website, I found these Halloween little makes that Joanne (my daughter) made a couple of years ago. 

They are quite easy to make with any Halloween patterned paper (or even just black, orange and purple card) and once you start the ideas will just flow.  Leave a comment to say what you have planned for Halloween or what suggestions you have for keeping your children (or others) occupied.  Thanks for stopping by.

Monday, 24 October 2011

Gateshead Show

Thank you to everyone who came to the Gateshead show and made the event a very successful first for Purely Papercrafts.  I took a few photographs of the stand space I had at the show.  Saturday was definitely the best day (even if a bit manic!) as Sunday was a more relaxed affair. 

I always display lots of scrapbook layouts as people like to get ideas of what to do on their scrapbook pages.  Even non-scrapbookers always seem to enjoy having a look.  One lady said in all her years of going to craft shows, I was the only one who displayed scrapbook pages in this way!  I know there are always loads of cards on display and I think displaying the layouts this way makes the area look a bit like an art gallery - it is always very colourful anyhow.

Thanks for stopping by today.  If you leave a comment (and you are a follower) your name will be entered into the blog candy draw for this month.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Very Busy day at Gateshead!

Just a quick update on the first day of the show at Purely Papercrafts at Gateshead.  It has been a really busy day today and loads of people attended this show, which is a new venue as previous shows were held at Newcastle Metro Arena.

It is a very long and tiring day preparing, serving customers, re-stocking etc., but it is worth it to meet all the lovely crafters who attend these shows.  I love it so much that I'm doing it all again tomorrow!

I did manage to take a few photos and will upload those within the next few days.  If you attended the show, let me have your views on what you thought of the venue, the number of traders, the range of goods on offer - in fact anything you would like to say.  Any feedback, I will pass onto the organiser.  Thanks for stopping by today.

Friday, 21 October 2011

Busy time again!

As you know (if you follow this blog) I am at the Purely Papercrafts Show at Gateshead International Stadium tomorrow and Sunday, so today I will be full of busy putting the final preparations in place for setting up later today.  I hope to have some update on Saturday on how the first day of the show went.  Pop back then and I'll let you know how it went.
Thank you for your wishes of support.

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Purely Papercrafts

The next show I will be attending is a brand new show called Purely Papercrafts at Gateshead International Stadium on 22nd and 23rd October 2011.  This venue has been refurbished and improved to a very high standard.  It has ample free and disabled car parking and is all on ground floor level.

I am informed that there is an excellent and reasonably priced cafeteria as you enter, which will be open from 9.00 a.m. both mornings serving drinks, light snacks, cakes etc.  The show is being held in the main Sports Hall and will have exhibitor stands, demonstrations, displays by guilds and a full timetable of workshops.

Anyone attending, who would like to order on-line and pick up their order at the show can place orders up until Thursday evening.  Any orders placed after that cannot be processed in time.  If you would like to use this facility, use the 'pick up at store' option, which gives free postage and you will save money as well as ensuring that you get the products you want.  Certain items do sell out quickly.  I hope to see many regular customers (and new ones please), so just pop by and say hello.  Thanks for stopping by today.

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Tando Mask re-stocks

Just to update on the Tando Masks situation.  I have re-stocks of the following masks - all are £3.00 each:

Clock Mask, Cobweb Mask, Cogs Group Mask, Flourish Ring Mask, Hanging Baubles Mask, Heart Flourish Mask, Leaves Mask

I also have re-stocks of the brand new Christmas range:
Christmas Borders, Folk Styled Stitched Tree Mask, Steampunk Christmas Tree Mask, Snowflake Mask

Buy any 4 Masks (or more) and get FREE postage (offer applies today only).  To receive the free postage use 'pick up at store option' when you check out (which will give you free postage) and in the comments box type the words SCRAPBOOK GARDEN BLOG.  The free postage (worth £2.50 on orders over £10.00) applies to Masks only I'm afraid but now is your chance to stock up on the ones you want.  I have another Papercraft Show at the weekend and these will sell quickly!  Don't miss out on the free postage!  Applies to UK addresses only and today only!

Thanks for stopping by today.

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Christmas Tags

After making the Christmas card, which I posted on the blog yesterday, I decided to make some Christmas embellishments with some of the off-cuts.  The papers used were from the new Authentique 'Wonder' collection, Bazzill cardstock in French Vanilla and Rain Forest.  The noteables (words) are also from the Authentique range.

I made the Christmas stocking tag using a Bazzill Chip (available in singles as well as packs of 3).  I covered this with the patterned paper (reverse side is a green gingham) and then added the stocking top piece cut from the front of the patterned paper.   I add the 'Santa' word from the noteables sheet and added some Bazzill Pom Poms trim.

The tag is cut on the Cricut, firstly in Rain Forest cardstock, then in the patterned paper, which was adhered on top to give a layered effect.  If you cut this on the Cricut, cut the cardstock in shadow and the patterned tag in the same size (without the shadow).  This gives you that shadow effect on the tag.  I used one of the rosettes left over from yesterday and added the word 'Celebrate' from the Authentique noteables sheet.  I added some string to give a more vintage look to the tags.  These could be used as embellishments on scrapbook pages, on top of cards or just as ... tags!

Leave a comment on today's post and I will enter your name into the blog candy draw for this month.  See rules that apply.  Thank you for stopping by.

Monday, 17 October 2011

'Tis the Season to be Jolly

On my own admission, I am not much of a cardmaker - not that I hate hand-made cards, far from it, but I love scrapbooking too much.  Anyhow, once I saw the new 'Wonder' collection from Authentique and looked on their blog for inspiration, I decided to make one!!!

The design is taken from an idea on the blog of a tag, which had rosettes on.  I have only just bought the Tim Holtz Rosette die, so thought this was meant to be.
I chose the Authentique 'Wonder' Curiosity two-sided paper as one side has a lovely array of pattern on it and the other side is a green and cream gingham.  I used Bazzill French Vanilla as the card base as I wanted to use some of the off-cuts to create one of the rosettes and to mat the sentiment.  I matted the patterned paper with Bazzill Rain Forest Cardstock, made my rosettes with the French Vanilla card and some of the patterned paper.  I cut the A4 card on one side, so that I could put a strip of the gingham paper down along the inner of the card.

I added some Festive Bling from Kanban (self-adhesive craft gems) and matted the sentiment (from the Authentique Noteables Elements) onto the Rain Forest card and then the French Vanilla card, before adhering to the card itself.

The two rosettes were added to finish off the design.  I love this die as it is so easy to use and you make perfect rosettes every time.  All materials (except the Tim Holtz die) are available from The Scrapbook Garden website shop.

Leave a comment on this post and I will enter your name into the blog candy draw for this month (rules apply though).  Thank you for stopping by.

Sunday, 16 October 2011

Making Memories to the rescue!

Following on from yesterday's post - thank you for all your suggestions and comments.  I emailed Making Memories customer services and said that the postal rates were really expensive and they emailed me back to say they have sent me a replacement (free of charge - including the postage).  Now that is what I call 'customer service'.

I may just try and struggle on for next week as the week after is half-term holidays and hopefully by then the replacement plastic ruler will have arrived.  We have a saying (up North) "Shy bairns get nowt", which roughly translates to "people don't get anything unless they ask" - which is very true in this case (although I didn't actually ask for them to send it to me free of charge!).  So, the moral of this story is that if you have a problem with anything that you have bought - contact the customer services and if you ask nicely, they may do the same for you.

Leave a comment on today's post - perhaps you have a similar story to tell?  I would love to hear it.  Every comment gives you an entry into the blog candy draw (rules apply).  Thanks for stopping by today.

Saturday, 15 October 2011

Decisions, decisions!

I have used the Making Memories paper trimmer for a number of years now, for personal use and for teaching scrapbooking classes, as I love the way you can cut your papers to the size you want relatively easily.  At the moment I have a bit of a dilemma in that one of (the 2) paper trimmers I have is 'out of action' in that the plastic ruler that runs across the trimmer has snapped.

This may be years of use or simply inexperienced hands using the trimmer incorrectly (or a combination of both I suspect).  Anyhow, I have contacted Making Memories (in the U.S.A.) to find a replacement.  They do replacement plastic rulers for this cutter at $1.99 but the postage to the UK is something like $39.  They have offered (most kindly) to find a solution to shipping this to me in the UK without me paying this shipping cost.  In the meantime, I need to find a replacement that is not too costly, cuts 12"x12" papers and card and isn't too fragile for inexperienced hands to use.  Any suggestions?

Your suggestions and comments would be appreciated.  Your comment will get you an entry into the blog candy draw if you qualify.  Thank you and good luck in the draw.

Friday, 14 October 2011

More of 'Gathering' Collection

As promised ... here are the remaining three lovely designs from this gorgeous paper collection - due out at the end of the month!
This design is called 'Harmony'.

This design is called 'Flourish'.

This design is called 'Reminisce'.

I love this range as I think the colours are so versatile.  They are obviously very autumnal colours but also I think they are suitable for male layouts and some vintage layouts too.  What do you think of this range?  What are your favourites?  Leave a comment to let me know and (see rules) if you qualify I will enter your name into the blog candy draw.  Best of luck!

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Brand New - Authentique Gathering Collection

They have done it again!  This Brand New Collection (due out at the end of the month) from Authentique is just gorgeous!  Here is a sneaky peek at three of the lovely designs from the range.
This design is called 'Bloom'.

This design is called 'Together'.

This design is called 'Grow'.

There are another three lovely designs in this range - show the others tomorrow!  Which design do you like out of these three?  Leave a comment to let me know and you will be included in the blog candy draw (see rules).  Best of luck and thanks for stopping by.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Authentique 'Wonder' Collection

I have on order the new Christmas paper collection from Authentique called 'Wonder' and thought I would whet your appetite with a few lovely pictures of the range.
This is the whole range showing the other side of the papers.

This double-sided design is called 'Anticipation'

This double-sided design is called 'Expectation'.

This double-sided design is called 'Surprise'.

Authentique is a fairly new company but they have come up with some fabulous designs and colourways with this collection.  What is your favourite?  If you need to see more of the range - go to their website (link on side bar) to view in more detail.  Tomorrow I have the new 'Gathering' Collection to show you - not available until the end of the month though.

Leave a comment on today's post and I will enter your name into the blog candy draw (see rules).  Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Boldon Scrapaholix Club

Boldon Scrapaholix has been running now for 4 years!  This month marks our 4th anniversary!  We started out with 4 members (including me) around my kitchen table.  Each year on the club's anniversary I take in some cakes for the club members and we have a little reminiscence about what we have done over the past year (or years in our case).

I cannot really believe that we have been going for so long.  We still have some of the original members who attend every month (one who has only ever missed once!).   The club night for this month is tonight - so 'Happy Anniversary' ladies and long may we run.

Are any of the followers of this blog club members of any craft groups?  Let me know what you do, where you meet etc., and I will enter your name into the draw for this month (see rules).  Hopefully, I may have some layouts from the members for the post tomorrow.  Thanks for stopping by.

Monday, 10 October 2011

MAX Papercraft Show @ Nissan

A big thank you to all who attended the MAX Papercraft Show at Nissan, Sunderland yesterday.  The show was well attended and I got to speak to the regular customers (you know who you are) as well as some lovely new customers, some who actually want to start scrapbooking (hurrah!).  It is lovely to meet all crafters but I am particularly pleased to meet fellow scrapbookers.

Tando Creative masks were a big seller (as always) and the Prima Printery patterned paper (what was left of it) simply flew out of the door!  The Prima stamps were popular too (well at £1.99 each I'm not surprised).  Kanban toppers were popular with the card makers (I did actually reduce them to clear) but the name always sells well anyhow.

Hopefully, I will be getting a delivery of the new Tando Masks today (if the delivery van turns up) - so the new masks should be on the website to buy either later today or tomorrow at the latest.  I expect these to be popular, so if you want one, get in quick!

Thanks for popping by today.  If you leave a comment, I will enter your name into the blog candy draw (see rules).  Please ensure you are a follower and that you leave a comment on the day of the post, otherwise, it won't be counted.  Thanks.

Sunday, 9 October 2011

Update on Tando Creative products

Just to give you an update on the new Tando Creative products I highlighted this week.  Unfortunately, (for the ladies at the Paper craft Show at Nissan today), I won't be getting this order delivered until next week - but will give an update when it arrives.

A busy day ahead for me today at Nissan and I will catch up with you tomorrow, hopefully with some facts and figures from the show.  Thanks for popping by.

Saturday, 8 October 2011

MAX Papercraft Show

Just to remind those who live in the area (and those who travel from far away) that the MAX Paper craft Show is on tomorrow (Sunday 9th October 2011) at Nissan, Sunderland.
It is a local show (for me) but there are plenty of traders who travel from far afield to bring the crafters in the area plenty of choice for their card making, scrapbooking and other paper crafts.  The doors open to the public at 10.00 a.m. and close at 3.00 p.m. - so plenty of time to have a look around, perhaps stop for some lunch or a tea/coffee whilst you are there.

If you are going, please stop by and say hello as I love to meet my customers at these events.  Leave a comment today and I will enter your name into the blog candy draw.  Please see rules to qualify - you miss out on getting your name into the draw if you are not a follower!  Best of luck.

Friday, 7 October 2011

Life's Journey (layout 2)

This is the second layout I have created this month using the Scrapaholix Kit for October.  The patterned papers are from Kaisercraft and the technique this month is using 'Perfect Pearls' (dry version that you add water to).

For this layout, I spritzed the perfect pearls over the piece of green cardstock using the same lace cardstock as yesterday as a template.   The effect isn't as obvious as on the plain white cardstock, but there is a subtle change of colour and a flower shadow on the cardstock.  The words around the photograph are from the manufacturer's strip along the bottom of the paper.  I added some journaling strips of my own (using the computer to type it).  The title is from American Crafts (as yesterday), and the flowers are from my stash.

The 'rosette' is made from the words paper using a Tim Holtz Rosette die and the Big Shot.  I added some coloured dress maker pins to add interest (and to look like the spokes of the windmill).

Leave a comment and I will enter you into the draw (see rules).  Thanks for stopping by.

Thursday, 6 October 2011

Life's Journey (layout 1)

This is one of 2 layouts I have created for this month's Scrapaholix Club.  The technique this month is using 'Perfect Pearls' (dry version that you have to add water to).  We have had this technique before but this time we have some lovely patterned papers in the form of Kaisercraft 'Chapter One Collection' and some white, green and black cardstock.

I started by using one of the 12" x 12" Bazzill cardstock sheets in white and using a sheet of lace cardstock (from my own stash) as a template, spritzed the perfect pearls over the cardstock to produce the shadow effect flowers in the right hand corner.  I then used a 'sketch' from last month to create this layout.  This one was the very first sketch we had last month submitted by Jaqi.  The first time around I created the 'Comic Book Hero' layout using coloured Bazzill Two Scoops Cardstock.

The title is made from American Crafts Thickers (Jewelry Box in Black), the flowers are Papermania (from my own stash) and the flower trio in the left hand corner is a piece of 'Just the Edge' from Bazzill.  The words are cut out from one of the patterned papers, which has words on one side and is green on the other.

If you leave a comment today (and you qualify - see rules), I will enter your name into the blog candy draw for this month.  Layout number 2 will be posted tomorrow.  Thank you for stopping by.

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

More Christmas themes from Tando!

Following on from yesterday's blog about the new Tando Creative Masks - well today I shall highlight some of their new Christmas chipboard.  First up is this classic shape, known by millions of children worldwide!

Of course it's the great man himself 'Santa Claus' with his sleigh and reindeer!

Who could resist these fab 'Wonky Trees' in a grab bag?

And last, but not least, this beautiful 3D Angel (small), ready for you to decorate.  These would be great as place settings for Christmas Day!

I must admit I'm spoilt for choice on these three lovelies but I think my favourite has to be those 'Wonky Trees' (just love them!).  Tando has brought us some fab things since they have been in business and I am sure that they will continue to go from strength to strength in the future.  Did you know they are a British company?  It's great to see that in an industry that is dominated by American products.

Leave a comment and the name of one of the great man's reindeer for an extra entry (only one per person please).  See if we can get them all!  See rules of entry please.  Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

New Masks from Tando Creative

Everyone loves Tando Masks!  Card makers and scrapbookers alike love the versatility of these masks.  Now Di and her lovely team from Tando Creative have brought out some more smashers - just in time for Christmas.

This one is 'Folk Styled Stitched Tree'

This one is 'Steampunk Christmas Tree'

This one is 'Joined Snowflakes'

This one is 'Christmas Borders'

Something for everyone I think!  I especially love the 'Folk Styled Stitched Tree' as I love stitching on my layouts and this would be fab on scrapbook layouts and on cards. I have these new product releases on order and should get them in stock this week.  Leave a comment on what you think of these new releases and if you qualify I will enter your name into the blog candy draw for this month.  Best of luck!

Monday, 3 October 2011

The Versatile Blogger Award

Just thought I would share with you the fact that Pamela from awarded me 'The Versatile Blogger' Award and I thank her for that honour!

Now, I have to pass this award onto other blogs and I nominate:
All these bloggers belong to the Design Team at The Scrapbook Garden and they have some fantastic creations for you to see!
Another thing I have to do apparently is to tell you 7 facts about myself, so here goes:

1.  I'm old enough to know better!
2.  My favourite film is probably 'Gone with the Wind' (but I like any period costume dramas!)
3.  I love 'Downton Abbey' (told you I like period dramas!)
4.  My favourite colour is blue.
5.  I love Liquorice Allsorts and Jelly Babies.
6.  I am the eldest from a large family.
7.  I'd love to go to Australia for a holiday (I couldn't live there - it's too hot).

I hope the DT give this award to some deserving bloggers - I'm sure they will.
Have you ever been given an award for anything?  Leave a comment and let me know and I will enter your name into the blog candy draw for this month.  See rules though - thanks for stopping by.

Sunday, 2 October 2011

Party Girls

This is the final layout from last month using sketches.  I have matched the Design Team members, layout for layout, for each of the sketches submitted (a total of 12!).  This one is based on the last sketch submitted by Julia and I decided to use some of the beautiful (I say this because the images on the website don't do them justice), Glitz Design 'Vintage Blue' Collection.

I love this photograph and I have scrapped it before (in sepia) because I think it looks a bit 'vintage', although it is a modern photograph.  I think it's the little fur coats and the long navy dress that make it look vintage!

I decided when I saw the new 'Vintage Blue' Collection that this photograph was ideal and used 'Vintage Blue Motif' and 'Vintage Blue Stripe' for this layout.  I used both sides of each patterned paper as they all co-ordinate beautifully.  I used rub-ons for stitching (although not on the sketch I love them) and for the title used some chipboard letters, which I inked using Jenni Bowlin 'Spice Tin'.  The smaller words are from Glitz Design and are the Teeny Alpha range in Navy.  The flower was cut on the Big Shot and another little flower insert added.

I will miss my daily sketch from the DT and I hope you have had some inspiration from them.  If you did decide to use one of the sketches, please let me see it and I will give you an extra entry into the blog candy draw for October.  Good luck!

Saturday, 1 October 2011

September Blog Candy Winner & Blog Candy for October!

The winner of the blog candy this month is: TwinkleStar
Random numbers generated Oct 1 2011 at 9:34:15 by 

Congratulations to TwinkleStar, please email me with your details so that I can post your prize out to you.

Here is what is up for grabs in October:

1 x MME Lost & Found Christmas 6x6 Paper Pad
1 x Tando Creative Mask - Hanging Baubles
1 x Tando Creative Mask - Snowflakes
1 x Tando Creative Candle Ornaments (chipboard)
1 x Christmas Wishes Glitter Rub-ons
1 x Rose Tinted Christmas Rub-ons
1 x Prima Clear Stamp (Christmas Tree)
To be in with a chance of winning - see rules on left of page.  Leave a comment on today's post and (if you qualify) I will enter your name into the blog candy draw.  Best of luck!