Hi everyone! Well, in 23 days I'll be celebrating my 2 year Blog-a-versary! And since I'll be right in the midst of another Verve release right about then, I decided to start the celebration a little early! Thanks to all of you who've been reading these past 2 years. Your comments and support are a daily inspiration to me. Thanks for taking the time to stop by my corner of the world each day. :)
What kind of a celebration would it be without a prize? Well, I've gathered a few of my favorite things, including a donation from my favorite stamp company owner, Alma of The Cat's Pajamas, to offer up as blog candy. Sorry about the poor photo - I hit the limits of how much stuff I could cram into my little photo box. :)
Here's the Loot...
American Crafts Swiss Dot Ribbon
Pearlized White Cardstock
Cut N Dry foam (my favorite custom sponges for adding ink to my projects)
Assortment of 6 x 6 papers
Assortment of Vanilla Hodgepodge
2 Copic Sketch markers (BG09 and B93)
And who knows what other handmade goodies might just hop in the box?
So how do you win all this loot?
Just leave me a comment on this post telling me a few of your favorite things in 2008. They can be items, events, things that happened to you, accomplishments, etc. Just something that makes you smile when you think back about the past year. Leave your comment before midnight on Wednesday, December 17 and you'll be in the drawing for this bountiful blog booty! I'll announce the winner on Thursday, December 18.
Here's mine... In 2008 I fell in love with Copics, Nestabilites, and the Twilight series! My favorite day was sitting FRONT and CENTER at an Alanis Morissette concert. My favorite accomplishment was designing Beautiful You, a tribute to my amazing design team.
So how about you?
Comments are now closed. Thanks to everyone for celebrating with me!
This blog is for personal inspiration only and all projects are my original designs unless otherwise stated. I own Verve Stamps and have received products and materials to work with from several generous companies over the years. While I have received free products from these companies, I maintain the freedom as an independent designer to say what I truly think of their products. I will never recommend something that I don’t personally use and enjoy.