WCMD Week: Day 1 of Giveaways

Hi!

We are celebrating the World Card Making Day with a week of prizes here.  Today is Day 1.  I have some enabling, a share and then the giveaway!

1. Scallop Circle Punches
I get a lot of use out of my scallop circle punches.  A lot.  I use the Paper Shaper and Marvy ones… and now they have big sizes.  Paper Shaper has a 3" one (my fave) and the Marvy comes in 3 1/2"!  Perfect for circle cards like THIS one and the one below.  If you are having trouble finding them, call Carol at Stampers Corner.  She will ship at actual shipping cost and she has them all.  Good deal.  I just asked her to send me the 3 1/2" plain circle one – need it!  These get a lot of use in my cardmaking and scrapbooking.

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2. Studio Calico Number Stamp
WOOHOO!  Awesome news!  Studio Calico now has some of their stamps for sale individually – including the number stamp!  Get them while you can – I think they mentioned the supplies are limited.  I also love the butterfly one.  Can't wait to use it.  Go HERE.

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3. Liquid Pearls
This is a new addiction of mine.  Liquid Pearls look fabulous with Hero Arts Pearls.  Such a fun accent.  I love to use it for the bodies of butterflies.  You can get all the colors HERE at Ellen Hutson – a great, fast online store I am starting to frequent. :)

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4. Melissa Frances Rub-Ons
I love little expression rub-ons to use for cardmaking.  My favorites?  Melissa Frances.  They have some super cute ones that are the perfect size, the perfect style and the perfect quality.  Here are some of my faves:
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FW049

Here is a card I made using all these goodies.  I also used the Seeing Spots Kit from Scrapbook Bakery – such great colors.

092808 butterfly round
Supplies: (see the links above)
Marvy scallop and circle punches
Scenic Route butterfly chipboard (colored with Colorbox Chalk Ink)
Studio Calico number stamp
Heidi Swapp papers (from Scrapbook Bakery Seeing Spots kit)
American Crafts ribbon (from Scrapbook Bakery Seeing Spots kit)
Liquid Pearls

So… now it is time to send out some goodies.  Melissa Frances was so generous to send these for a giveaway!  There are a bunch of my favorite rub-ons for one lucky winner.  Just leave a comment on this post by 11:59pmEDT on Monday night telling me your current favorite color combo for card making.  I will then post a winner on Tuesday.  Here they are, held by my assistant, Audrey, during a break from  a serious round of nurfball shooting in the backyard… [EDITED TO ADD: GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED.]

Rubons

But be sure to come back tomorrow, too, for another giveaway…

See you soon!

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  1. Tracy McAlister

    Wow,what a fantastic giveaway, i love using blue and brown a great combo especially for male and boy cards. Would love to be an overseas winner.

  2. Nelda Deakins

    My favorite colors all the time are sage green with lavender; however, right now I’m deeply into orange, black and a few dots of white ink! Nelda Deakins in TN
    nelda mc765 @ charter. net

  3. My favorites are stampin’ up! kraft, old olive and rose red.

  4. Sue Bone

    Black, white and red

  5. Jayne Kierce

    I love any sort of aqua & red combo with a neutral (like kraft or white) – always makes me think of birds & winter. Looking forward to making lots of Christmas cards with that combo even though the snow is a bit unlikely in my part of the world!

  6. Hello Jennifer! Thanks for the chance :)
    I like light blue and light green combo colors,
    or kraft with any color.

    And brown /red or brown/light pink!brown/orange..
    carole

  7. Martha Crutchfield

    Thank you for the link for the punches. I really enjoy using them. I am always looking for more.

  8. My current favourite is red and orange! All the hot flame-y colors! Thanks for your generousity!

  9. Wendy Swenne

    my favorite card combo’s are brown and blue, green and purple and love different kinds of pink on a card.

  10. Kris

    I love the browns right now (with pink or turq )

  11. samantha

    my curent favorite color combo is red and green, working on my holiday cards and thank yous .

  12. Debbie L.

    I love pink and brown.

  13. Adeline

    I love scallop punches too, but i always only use them for photos and frames!!! I like ur idea above, am sure going to try it for the thank you cards for my girl’s birthday party.

  14. Adeline

    And I forgot to mention, my favourite color combo is pink n brown…

  15. Anita

    Hi
    I just recently did a black and red card, and I love how it turned out. But, I’m waiting for some chocolate chip stuff to arrive, so I think that might be my next new favourite. Thanks for inspiring us all.

  16. Wow — I was so excited to be able to buy the number stamp from Studio Calico, but I cannot believe they charged $7.25 to ship a tiny stamp that cost 60 cents to ship.

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