National Scrapbooking Day Giveaway!

Hello!  Hope you are all having a great National Scrapbooking Day.  I know there are fun things going on over at 2Peas and the Hero Arts blog.  However, I am stuck on the sofa – about as useful as a dried up ink pad.  I have pleurisy – a infection of the lining of the lungs or something-or-other.  I am getting really bored sitting around, so I thought I would hop on the computer and do a RAK. Can’t think of a better way to cheer myself up while on the sofa!  (OK, yes, I already did a little Etsy shopping. 🙂

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Here is what I am giving away to celebrate NSD!  Sorry for the bad picture – not feeling up to doing anything more involved than this photo with my mac’s photo booth. 🙂  The prize is for a set of Autumn Leaves alphabet clear stamps (they are big ones – there are two sheets of stamps here!), a Colorbox Chalk Ink Queue and a pack of the newest Hero Arts Smooth Clear Gems.  Just leave a comment here on this thread by Sunday at 11:59pmEDT to be entered and I will randomly pick a winner.  (Yes, I would be happy to ship overseas!)  In your comment, I would love to hear any suggestions you may have for future video or how-to topics.  I am enjoying doing the videos so much.  The favorite part of my job is teaching. And since I significantly cut back on travel, I miss teaching a lot!  This is a good way for me to get my fix. 🙂

Be sure to check out 2Peas today… they have lots going on for NSD.  And Hero Arts will have giveaways on their blog.  Be sure to visit!

In the meantime, here is a project I did for 2Peas.  Click HERE for details.

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Have a good one… more tomorrow. 🙂


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146 thoughts on “National Scrapbooking Day Giveaway!”

  1. Get better soon! Love your blog, love, love, love your instructional videos. My suggestion: I’m always looking for a new invitation for one my kid’s B-day parties. And, get some chocolate…it always makes you feel better no matter what the doctor says!

  2. Love the videos. I had NO idea you could use that SU punch for the lovely scallop edge.
    Feel better soon.

  3. Oh Jennifer! I’m sorry to hear about your lung thing! Sounds very scary. YUCK!!

    Let’s see on the videos…
    Well, with Mother’s Day a week a way, got any quick projects up your sleeve? I am drawing a blank! And since they gotta get in the mail – a ‘1 hour or less’ theme would be awesome…
    What else: I have some supplies that need some love: decorative scissors, punches, and even stickers… So, any ‘give some lovin” to those old supplies would be great!

  4. I just recently found your blog through blog-hopping, hehe. I love it! Thank you for showing us your layouts and the how-to videos- they’re so inspiring.

    I hope you feel better! And those stamps are very cute. Mm, I don’t know if you’ve already done a tutorial on this, but perhaps how to use clear/acrylic stamps?

  5. sorry to hear you aren’t well.
    ..hmm, I just like watching you create a project, I learn a TON by watching people’s workflow.

    In terms of stamping, techniques (even basics) are always good. You can always learn a new/better way of doing something.

  6. I am sorry that you are not feeling well. It stinks to be stuck on the couch when you want to be doing something else. (Why is it we never get stuck on the couch when we want to? )

    I love your tutorials. In fact, that is one of the reasons, I am trying to get back into stamping. I already have a laundry list of things I “need” to get but am trying to do it gradually. I would love to see something about your favorite MUST HAVE tools for stamping. (You know, if you were stranded on a desert island…).

    Thanks for the inspiration, and feel better!

  7. I’d be interested in learning new or different techniques for stamping. Hope you’re feeling better soon! Thanks for the giveaway.

  8. Hey, you amaze me on a regular basis – PLEASE take care of yourself – not only does your family need you – WE need you. We have to have our Jennifer fix each day if possible! 🙂
    Love the stamps and especially love the video you posted the other day. Get well soon!!!

  9. Hope you feel better soon. You are such a generous person, the videos you share, the pages you post that really inspire me, and the RAKs. Thanks for updating often. I love checking out your blog and videos.

  10. Hi, Jennifer!!! Sorry to hear you are sick, but hopefully it will be a quick recovery for you.
    As for your videos, I am just happy to see what you create and the process you take to get to the finished product. It is fun for me to watch how other people scrap or make cards. We all do things differently, you know. It is interesting to me to see how other people work. I’m sorry I don’t have any suggestions for new video ideas, I would have to say keep more of the same coming, I love it all.
    Happy NSD!!!

  11. Here’s to hoping you’re feeling better…though I am sure the Etsy shopping helped it at least a little bit! 😉 Love the LO. Colin is a cutie pie!

  12. Ohhh NO!! Being super sick on NSD is NO fun at all. Lots and lots of get well vibes on their way. {{{{{{{{}}}}}}} You’re so sweet to do a RAK even though your sick!

  13. Jennifer,
    I love, love, love everything you do. 2peas, heroarts and your new blog are a weekly visit. We share names and have toddlers too.

    I love your videos and would love to see some more layouts especially the ones you do with scrapbook supplies that you use in a unique way? Love your book too and refer to it frequently when I am just bored with my plain old supplies.

    Happy NSD!!!

  14. Sorry your under the weather. Hope you feel better soon! Have to admit…I didn’t accomplish much today and I feel fine. Spent plenty of time surfing the events. maybe tomorrow will be more productive!

  15. I had Pleurisy once before too–no fun! I have loved your video series–I look forward to checking and seeing if there is a new one each day. I would love to see something with sewing on cardstock/layout. I am horrible with my sewing machine. Thanks again–your blog is so cheerful! Miriam in Bothell

  16. Hope you’re feeling better soon. Your layout is adorable! I love seeing your videos. I learn so much just by watching you in action and including little tips here and there. I’d love to see more stamping techniques–maybe a video showing how you can use the same techniqe in a card and layout.

  17. So sorry to hear you are not feeling well…yuck!
    I really enjoy your tips and tricks(techniques) and videos, and I am really enjoying your blog. I’d really love to see more ideas for clear acrylic cards in your clean, simple style!

  18. Hope you’re taking it easy and getting better! As for future videos, anychance you can sew on cards or your scrapbook pages? Thanks again for sharing your great work!

  19. Bummer about feeling sick. I love all your videos. I’d love to see a “peek into Jennifer’s room” I love to live vicariously through famous people’s lives so, I’d love to see your work space and how you go from start to finish and how you organize and plan your projects. You seem so prolific in the projects you make. I just don’t see how you have time for all this and being a mum/mommy as well, so please share your process.
    Louise

  20. hey jennifer,
    so sorry you are sick.i hope ya feel better soon. happy nsd!!
    i love your videos.so glad you enjoy making them. i would love to see how to videos using versamark, embossing, and more scrapbook pages from start to finish.
    maybe show us something that inspires you and how you plan your pages around your inspirations.
    ~danni

  21. Hope you feel better soon. I love any kind of videos showing technique..anything you come up with would be great.

    Thanks so much for the chance to win.

  22. Sorry you don’t feel well. I missed most of NSD, too. Let’s see, for videos, best uses of adhesives for different situations, working with ribon, hand stitching, making color choices…

  23. Hi Jennifer-
    My video suggestion would be for supply organization tips…especially scraps.
    I hope you are feeling better soon!

  24. Sorry to hear you are sick, I had that once and it was no fun. Very painful, in fact. I don’t have any suggestions for your video’s–I working on catching up on the old ones! I am new to your site and it is so great. Thanks for all the inspiration!

  25. Hi Jennifer – I hope you are feeling better soon 🙂 I love how you put lots of little embellishments together on the one project (like buttons, pins, little stamped pieces etc), so I’d love to see more videos on how you put them all together so nicely!
    Rest up, and hope you’re feeling better soon 🙂 Thanks for all of your inspiration (oh, and that giveaway prize – YUMMOOOOO)

  26. Your composition and color combinations are always so professional looking. A video on composition or color would be interesting to see how you work. All the videos have been very interesting so far. Get better soon too.

  27. Sorry to hear your not well, please take care of yourself and get better soon. It is a shame that you have cut back your teaching but it is also understandable. sounds like a family hoilday to New Zealand is in order, you are welcome to stay at my place anytime!!
    Love all your stuff and so glad you have a blog so I can see all your awesome work!

  28. There are 2 things that I would like to learn more about. The first is how I can create a nice background for my stamps. Now I just leave it white, but I’m not always satisfied about that. The second thing is about different ways to colour your stamped images. I always use pencils, but I’ve heard about colouring with ink or copic markers, etc. I’d like to see the differences between these techniques and what materials you need for it.

  29. Hi Jennifer, hope you’re feeling better soon! Thank you for your generous giveaways and to all the great things you teach us. Really love your style and all the tutorials. Can’t come up with ideas, you always seem to be a step ahead ;o) Maybe you’d like to take a look on my new challengeblog http://sosalsa3.blogspot.com starting just today!!! This weeks theme is “A is for Apple”. That would really make my day LOL.

  30. I am a newcomer to your blog and your wonderful videos. I have lots of videos I still need to watch so not sure of any suggestions yet.

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