Monday, November 26, 2012

giveaways today!


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I am SO thrilled with the positive feedback about my new rubber stamps and to celebrate I am giving away 5 sets of stamps!

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AND....


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I am also thrilled to be participating in Christy Tomlinson's online course 12 Artsy Ornaments of Christmas No. 2 and I am giving away 1 free spot for the class!!


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The course is a five day mini workshop. Each day for five days (tuesday-saturday) 3 new holiday projects will be posted by one of the teachers... MEJuliette Crane, Mindy Lacefield,, Margie Romney-Aslette, Jeanne Oliver, Chrissy Gardner, Shea Fragoso, Debbie Murray, Junelle Jacobson and Christy Tomlinson. Class starts December 4th and the cost will be $24.95. 

The course is hosted on a private website and all instruction will be in video form and include up-close pictures of each project and supply lists. Once you register, you will receive your log-in and welcome email with all of the details you'll need for class on December 3.

And the classroom stays open for a year...so you can go at your own pace and create whenever you want.The course is hosted on a private website and all instruction will be in video form and include up-close pictures of each project and supply lists. Once you register, you will receive your log-in and welcome email with all of the details you'll need for class on December 3.





SO HERE is the deal-

 Leave me a comment and tell me how you are kicking off the holiday season.
I will randomly select 6 winners- 5 people will get stamp sets and 1 person will get the spot in 12 Artsy Ornaments class!

ready...set...go!



423 comments:

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ginigin said...

Those stamps are so droolicious and I'd love the workshop too. My holiday kick off is to get out my ikebana dish and go find a small Charlie Brown tree to fit in it. I'm too old to haul and put up a big tree, but the little ikebana tree is perfect. I've always loved miniature things, so is fun to find mini ornaments and make mini snowflakes for it.

Tracy said...

I am going to kick off the holidays by closing my online shop on Dec 1 so I can focus on family, baking, and wrapping gifts...just a month of quality time.

Carol said...

I am kicking off the season by seeing the White House Christmas Tree for the first time.

Carol B

ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Jeannie said...

I am in love with your stamps. They are expressive and fun. I kicked off the opening of Santa's workshop south the week before Thanksgiving. 2 Ruffled knit scarves are done, 2 are started, and 5 felted silk and wool scarves are done! Next up, painting wood boxes and decking them out to be used as gift boxes.

astr!d said...

i'm kicking off the season very slowly! lol i can't seem to find the time after work and kids. i need to decorate two rooms, organize my room, and finish putting out xmas decor!!! but all i seem to do is start more small artsy projects, the geometric mobile my son and i started, fabric wrapped letters to hang in the girls' room, a homemade jewelry organizer for my room! i think i have a crafting problem!!

~ Donna Peter said...

Oh I had so much fun with the 2012 class, so would love to take it again this year, but money is tight, so here's hoping. Thank you for this.
So we as a family kick off the season going to our Town Light Up, it's so much fun, the kids are in the parade, goody bags, and so much food and fun things to see and do.
I also decorate our church for the holidays. It's my favorite time of year :)

studioGypsy said...

well. i aim to get our Christmas tree up this weekend with the kiddos. and Christmas pix taken also for the cards! But i did get my window box filled with holiday greenery a week ago... so that was my official kickoff! :) xo

Daphne said...

I kicked off the holiday season by hosting Thanksgiving dinner at our house, followed by two craft shows in two days. Did I make myself just a little crazy? Yes, yes I did. But I would likely do it again. This weekend I will get my tree up and decorated, for sure. By the way, I got my pretty little feather stamp and I LOVE it!!

Jenn said...

Your stamps look amazing! I have only just found your site and I'm bummed I missed the BF sale. I can't wait to check out more - I'm so inspired already! And I think I'm in denial about the holidays being so close, I haven't done anything yet. That and my youngest has a birthday in a couple weeks so need to plan for that too!

Astrid said...

I started long ago getting ready for the holidays- but it's not until the rest of the folks get going that it really feels real. I am officially kicking off the season with the tree lights throughout the house this week and getting everything ready for my daughter's advent calendar that starts this Sat. When the first advent gift is opened the holiday season begins!
Astrid
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AnAstridEndeavor

Amanda Trent said...

We have a new baby in the house and recently got custody of my stepdaughter, so we are working on creating new traditions for us all to share! We are looking forward to the holidays!!!!!

Thank you for the opportunity for the giveaway!

Casey said...

Beginning with some decorations and blasting the stereo full of Christmas music. Preparing to go and visit some family who I haven't seen in a year! Very Excites :)

Vicki Robison said...

I will be putting my tree up this weekend. I am also participating in December Daily for the 1st time.

Hollyabee said...

We kicked off the season by making a trip to the local Christmas market, having hot chocolate, and then watching Elf.
I love decorating ornaments with my 3 girls. I used to do the same with my mom.
I just love the pictures of you and your daughter painting together! Yay for art!

April Duda said...

A night of setting up the tree, decorating the house, comfort food, and Christmas Vacation :)

Kim said...

I am starting off the season by finding room in my yard for one more blow up, my 8 year old is addicted to them, we have blowups all year long, front and back yard, he drags them all out. this is what memories are made of.

Kim

Jill said...

Well I'm taking your 30 class, baking, decorating, and shopping!!

Anonymous said...

Bought two new Christmas music CD's. Thanks for sharing your talents so freely with us all. Thanks, tina lee

VĂ©ro said...

Lot of crocheting and knitting, painting and drawing and cooking involved. Next step is to put up and decorate the tree. Thanks for the chance !

Hill Country Hippie said...

I'm kicking off the holidays with this class -- can't wait!

Anonymous said...

We start with a day of tree cutting/trimming, eating, and watching cmas movies. It is my families favorite day of the year!

SmilynStef said...

I kicked it off by shopping at the local holiday art mart ... and putting some artful gifts in the mail. thanks for the chance to win.

sheabella said...

I've done most of my holiday shopping, gratefully. I know I am too late for the contest but I just wanted to say that I am thrilled with your new stamps coming out and your classes are enlightening and informative for a non gifted artist like myself.
Thanks

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