Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Create with Connie and Mary FREE PREVIEW Day 3 and BLOG CANDY!!

Good Morning, Stampers!

I AM SOOO EXCITED to share with you my projects in the upcoming Create with Connie and Mary Fall Edition! Of course the only way to see the projects is to be a subscriber and there is no better time to subscribe than during FREE PREVIEW WEEK! Not only will you see some out-of-this-world projects, but you can get them all at the Early Bird Pricing!

Four fabulous weeks of Fall-themed projects complete with full-color picture tutorials for ONLY $19.95! What can be better than that?? Well, let me tell you! FREE BLOG CANDY!! Yes, a great deal AND a chance to win a FREE SUBSCRIPTION! It's your LUCKY DAY!

All you need to do is leave a comment here on my blog. One lucky winner will be chosen by randon.org to win - could it be YOU???

As a thank you for visiting my blog today, I have created this festive (and a bit spooky) Halloween card for you! It features a few of the new products from the Holiday Mini Catalog: Witches Brew Washi Tape, Toil and Trouble stamp set and the Morning Post Numbers stamp set. A little "sneeky peeky" into    more of what's to come!

Whatcha think? Leave me a comment and you could be a WINNER!



Now, head over to  Create with Connie and Mary  for MORE exciting announcements! I'll give you a little hint: I'm not the only one offering BLOG CANDY!! 

SU!pplies:
Stamps: Morning Post Numbers, Toil and Trouble, That's The Ticket
Ink: Whisper White, Basic Black, Crumb Cake
Paper: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie
Accessories: Whisper White Baker's Twine, Ticket Duo Punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, Label Bracket Punch, Witches' Brew Washi Tape

Happy Stampin'!

24 comments:

ellie said...

Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win!!

Sheri K said...

Great card! Love the Washi tape banner.

Janet Kohler said...

I love your idea. Thanks for a chance to win candy.

Debbie D said...

Great card ~ Love the washi tape banner! Thanks for the chance to win.

Gail S. said...

I wasn't going to purchase new Halloween stamps this year, but this card has changed my mind. I love it as well as your creativity. TFS

DebbieG said...

Debbie G
Love this card and the Washi tape banner. Thanks for a chance to win.

martha said...

This card has all the perfect Halloween elements-skeletons, ravins, skull, creepy words! Love it! Thanks for sharing!!

Char said...

I love how you took the single stamp and used it as a background, got me thinking outside of my "box" with this one,and SO CUTE! And thanks for the chance to win a subscription! :)

April J said...

i totally love the composition of this card. Great use of the elements. Very interesting to look at. Thanks!!

Patti said...

Love the hanging washi tape flags. Great halloween card.

Claudia said...

Thanks for a chance to win! Love these cards!

Shirley Pumpkin said...

Spooktacular Card!I am going to have to use craft paper more, I just love the look and the color... its Grrreat. I am just in love with the Washi tape!

Hugs

Eileen said...

I like how you used the tape as a banner and the background stamp works very well. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win such excellent blog candy.

Cathi Diener said...

I love the Washi tape banner! It makes me want to get that tape!

Cynthia said...

It's going to be a great fall season with great cards from your tutorials!! Thank you!!

Holly said...

I love your blog and appreciate the great inspiration.

Heather A said...

Spooky with an element of cute! TFS.

Kim said...

Love all the details and ink layering. It's a great card!

monikastamp said...

I love the card! I just got this set and still need to put it together. I'll be making a version this one. Thanks for sharing!
Monika

Barbara V said...

Great card---love the collage idea. Thanks for sharing.

J Santamarina said...

Love the card and the chance to win blog candy too! I hope it is not too late!! :)

Iris said...

Great card. I love Washi tape.

Jenni Hogan said...

These are awesome!! Thanks for the Washi tape ideas!!!!

Judi Sparks said...

What a great way to show off lots of stamps!