Oct 022016
 

Today’s post is all about you, especially if you’re a paper crafter. It’s once more giveaway time, so read further about how to qualify for the random drawing.

I had the fortune yesterday to visit Memory Bound, my local scrapbooking store, when it was celebrating its 15th anniversary. In addition to offering a 15% discount on everything, shoppers were given one ticket to drop in a glass bowl for every $25 they spent. I didn’t count exactly how many bowls there were, but the bowls corresponded to merchandise giveaways, with the winners being announced at five o’clock that afternoon. To my surprise and delight, I took home two of the giveaways—two tote bags filled with crafting goodies. Each bag also contained one item that was signed by Tim Holtz, a creative designer and Senior Educator for Ranger Industries.

The merchandise I won reminded me that it’s been a while since I did a giveaway, so I have decided to offer one again. The only “catch” is that the giveaway requires at least 10 entrants. My last giveaway, Giveaway: Spellbinders® Love Locket die set, required 5 entrants and surprisingly did not have that many people, so I am including that item in this much larger giveaway. The individuals who followed that giveaway’s rules will be included in the current giveaway. Shown below are the items you will receive if your name is drawn.

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The items included in this paper crafter’s giveaway are valued at a little over $150. You must enter the drawing by October 15, 2016.

To qualify for this giveaway, tell me in the comments below what your most recent paper crafting project was about. If you blogged or posted a photo about your project, please provide a link—although this is not required to enter the random drawing. The deadline for the giveaway is October 15, 2016. I will announce the winner after I reach that person via email.

Good luck! I look forward to reading your responses.

© 2016 Judy Nolan. All rights reserved.

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7 comments on “Enter Paper Crafter’s Fall Giveaway by October 15th

  1. BeadedTail on said:

    Congrats on your wins and thanks for offering this giveaway! I’m putting together travel journals for recent vacations so see things that could be very helpful! I also see things that are sparking other ideas! I appreciate the chance to win!

  2. D. Renée on said:

    Congratulations! This is quite the haul. I don’t paper craft much too much anymore, other than when I put collage art together.

  3. Natasha on said:

    Hmmm…paper crafting. Does decorating boxes count? I’ve started stamping my shipping boxes with a mermaid and coloring her in with Copics.

  4. Meghan on said:

    Love to do scrapbooks and cards!

  5. I’m so glad to hear Memory Bound is still going strong! So many scrapbook stores in our area have closed. Congrats on your wins!
    The most common paper craft I work on is pages for guest books and photo albums. But as far as actual creating, I’ve made a few little cards to go along with wedding or baby shower gifts. I like small projects I can create quickly and use up my stash 🙂

  6. Splendid Little Stars on said:

    Oh my! What a wonderful grouping of goodies!
    i do love paper crafting even if I haven’t done as much lately as I would hope. My latest “work” was a birthday card to my daughter which I created with watercolor pigments and watercolor pencils. I even decorated the envelope.
    I often make cards, but would like to start working on scrapbooks again.

  7. Whitney on said:

    I made handmade thank you cards for gifts I got for having my baby girl last month!

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