Wednesday, May 11, 2011

501-th Blog Post Giveaway – A Big Pile of Goodies!

I’ve been sitting (well not literally) on these goodies for a long time now waiting for just the right time to do a giveaway… I wanted to do it last post, but my Archiver’s projects for NSD took over.  I’m not sure when National Stamping Month is, though this would be the perfect give away for that, but I don’t want to wait….

SOOOoOOOoO dear crafty friends… would you like to win some of these fabulous red rubber stamps?  I have a huge pile of unmounted red rubber stamps that I am splitting up between THREE lucky Inky friends!! 

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I ordered these online from My Sentiments Exactly and picked out my favorites and piled up the rest… Look at all these red rubber goodies! They have a sticky foam back on them already.. it’s not permanent, but it’s also not “cling”.  You can remove the stamps easily from various types of blocks.

You can read
this post about using cling mount/red rubber with acrylic blocks or watch a video here.
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I have TONS left to share… wanna see? Can you guess how many are in the pile?

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Do you want part of this pile of goodies? I’d love to send some to you… here’s what you have to do to enter:

1) Leave a comment on this post – tell me what your favorite post in the last couple of years has been on this blog. (It should not be this post. :P)

2) For an extra entry share this post on your blog or facebook page. (leave a link to your blog, please) and leave another comment on this post.

3) For 3 additional entries make a purchase from my Bargain Basement.  I’ll add your name to the hat 3 more times. You must email me to purchase anything.

You may do one or all three options for a total of 5 chances to win. 

I will leave this giveaway open until Tuesday, May 17th.  I will post the winners on Wednesday, May 17th.  Winners will be chosen by drawing names from a hat. 

* Please email me to claim your prizes by Monday, May 23rd or new winners may be chosen.

29 comments:

Judith Oveson said...

I am the first to comment! yay! :) I love all of your posts but I really liked the ones where you talked about organizing your craft place - very inspirational ;) And of course I liked the one where you posted a picture of my cute Silas stamping with you! :) Keep up the fun! Love and miss you!

Judith Oveson said...

.... and I linked your post to my blog ;) ( www.kreativemomente.blogspot.com )

Kerri1017 said...

I love any embossing you do with your Cuttlebug, my bug & i love the inspiration.your craft space amazes me & great to see your blog doing so well.sending smiles from across the miles in New Zealand & off to share on my FB...if any of my friends win, i have to remind them who sent them here in the 1st place LOL. great lookin red stamps, such a cute pile :)

Regena said...

HI Erin..What an awesome giveaway!! thats so sweet of u!!I really like the post u did on March9...those mini purses are adorable!! TFS

Regena said...

Hi..I linked ur candy up on my sidebar http://randrcrafts.blogspot.com/

Lillian Child said...

And I posted about your giveaway on my blog side bar here:

http://lillianchild.blogspot.com

Thanks so much for a chance at this generous giveaway!! HUGS!

Lillian Child said...

I'm a recent follower and I've wandered back through your blog and I must say your recipes are AWESOME - LOVED the bread rolls! YUM! And your card and page creations are so creative. You have a delightful blog - keep up the good work!

Tana said...

I think my favorite is the stuffed owl you did! One of these days i'll actually sit down and make one. :)
acaffeinatedcrafter.blogspot.com

scrapaddict said...

Your WIllma post where you showed off the oh so darling chunky red necklace!

Tahne T.

The Paper Princess said...

Hi Erin

Thanks for the chance to win. I love all of your projects as well as your organizational posts - it's so hard to choose - so I will say your 500th post was awesome (congrats by the way!)

Ramona
http://create-with-joy.com

The Paper Princess said...

I added your giveaway to my sidebar at Create With Joy!

Ramona
http://create-with-joy.com

Gloria said...

This is my first time to your blog and have found a lot of nice things here. I enjoy learning new techniques so I am looking forward to checking out more of your tutorials section. Where the Rubber Hits the Acrylic Block and Partial Embossing with a Cuttlebug are two tht caught my eye.

Gloria said...

I don't have a blog and keep my facebook page simple. However my sister (who has posted here as well) has a blog and has shared some of my work and photos on her page ... lol ... does that work?

http://lillianchild.blogspot.com

Gail said...

I really like coming to your blog, and usually I'm a lurker.
I like all your posts, but really appreciate the tutorials!
TFS!

kathy s said...

Hi Erin you are so sweet- I love your blog and humour it really picks a girl/old duck up when she's a bit low- just been rehashing through your blog trying to find a fave entry- hard choice but I think I settled on your Chinese Crysal jewellery set you made last Christmas and then I loved the Creative University cluster Necklace you taught- I still would love to do this class- and you are so funny- you haven't posted a great deal of cards of late but I love your recipes too

Judith Oveson said...

Well.. let's shout a second time, since the first one got messed up! ;) I love your blog! Just everything and of course the one post with a picture of my little Silas was my favorite!
This post is linked on my blog and seems to work again!
Love and miss you!
Greetings from your hometown - BERLIN! ;)

Robin (Tqmnurse) said...

I loved your post about the charm swap
http://inkysmiles.blogspot.com/2011/03/charmed-im-sure-cu-recap-charm-swap.html All of the charms were so beautiful and inspired me to think about adding that to my list of things to try! thanks for sharing all of your talent.

Rosalee said...

Hey there Erin. Fabulous giveaway. My favorite post from your blog has got to be the March 25th, 2011 post...Floating butterfly. I just love the idea and plan to use it on a card in the ear future. Thanks for the inspiration.
Hugs, Rosalee

Rosalee said...

I have also become a follower of your great blog and I've linked your giveaway to my blog. Thank you so much for the chance
Hugs, Rosalee

http://rosaleescrap.blogspot.com/

Kelly Sas said...

I am newer to your blog, but my favorite post/posts are the ones about the development of your craft room. My hubby built me a craft room this winter so I was getting some ideas from your great room and storage ideas. Congrats on your 500th post!

Ukka said...

Your candy just awesome! Thanks and thanks for the chance to win! I really want to be the lucky winner. Linked candy on my sidebar and I'm your follower.

Ukka said...

My favorite post from your blog is Tutorial Slip Covered Brownie Box Gift!!!
Its so pretty! i couldn't stop staring at the details!love love love this!

starqueen said...

Hi Erin,
I really enjoy reading your blog for all your exploits and adventures! Your jewelry is gorgeous, and I appreciate you sharing recipes and family stories...but my face post is how you conquered the ModPodge bottle neck!! I'm a paper crafter, so your art and technique info makes me happy.
Thanks for sharing!

Regena said...

Hi Erin..Just read ur post about losing all ur comments..so I thought i would try again..One of my favorite posts is from March 9,2011 where u made those adorble mini purses..love them!! TFS

Regena said...

I also am a follower of ur blog...and I linked ur giveaway up on my sidebar...Thanks again Regena#6124

Инна_A said...

Your candy just awesome! Thanks and thanks for the chance to win!

Candy M. said...

I loved your posts about making paper bead bracelets. :)

scrapaddict said...

Your Wilma post.. I love your chunky red necklace!

Tahne

Regina said...

hello, Erina

your goodies are great, I have my fingers crossed.
I’m now a follower and I have added your candy in my sidebar. Thanks for the chance to join.

How can anybody chose just one post??? They are all so amazing! Love all your tutorials you share, thanks for such great ideas and inspirations!

Regina*