Thursday, September 11, 2008

10,000 hits Blog Candy!!!


Hello everyone!!! I know it's been a few days since my last post, but I've been "under the weather"!

I do have the 10,000 hits blog candy to offer up to you today!! I still am in awe that my counter went over the 10,000 mark! And in commemoration, and deep appreciation, I have the above blog candy winnings for one lucky stamper!


Here's what you'll receive:

* One 12 x 12 unopened pack of Temping Turquoise dsp

* One brand-new package of Fun Fiber adornments
* 2 Versa color cubes in Neptune & Hyacinth

* One 2008 Sale-A-Bration stamp set - Lots of Thoughts.

* One "Sweets for the Sweet" from Treehouse Stamps
* Package of holographic butterflies
* Package of baby embellishments by Jolee's
* One Stampin' Up! ink pen

* One package of yellow/pink silk flowers
* One package of Bradletz Big Flowers
* 5 spools of ribbon



Is this awesome or what?? I can't wait to send this off to the lucky winner! And what do you need to do to enter, you ask? Simply leave a comment to this post telling me your best stamping tip, and that's it! And please, only one post per visitor.


This blog candy offering will be open until September 15, 2008 at 12 midnight. I will choose a winner, by random number generator, on September 16, 2008 and post by 6pm.



Good Luck and Happy Stamping!!!



~~~Ann~~~

13 comments:

stampinc said...

Ann congrats on 10K! Wow this is some celebration candy. What fun one lucky stamper will have when this shows up in their mailbox...
and I hope it's ME ME ME! (teehee)
Hope you start feeling better really soon. Thanks for a chance at this sweet celebration candy.

SusanH said...

Wow - 10K!! Congrats! And my best stamping tip is to stamp often!! Seriously, practice really does make perfect.

Sue said...

Holy Toledo! What a nice blog candy you have...(oh that sounded like the big bad wolf didn't it LOL) Congrats on 10K...seriously that is too cool.

Jill said...

Congrats on 10K! My best stamping tip is to wear "stamping pants". I have an old pair of sweats that I keep with my stamping supplies. I pull these on and wipe my hands on them as I work because I can't stamp without a lotta ink on my hands. I've washed them over and over. It's also a flag to the family that I'm in serious creating mode! LOL!

Bunny B said...

Congrats on your hits! Woohoo!! :) My best stamping tip? Be organized and have all the things you need ready and nearby :))
Thank you for the chance!

Claudia said...

Congratulations, your blog is wonderful ! My best tip is to buy disposable paint edging pads and use them to clean my stamps. They are the same as the expensive stamp pad cleaner trays but these are cheap, found easily and you can throw them away when they get really dirty.
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

erin m said...

I try to keep everything used often at my fingertips, so I don't have to keep getting up and lose focus. I can get a lot done in short periods if I stay focused!!
millererin@aol.com

Linda said...

My best stamping tip is to use colored pencils to color in the designs and then use odorless mineral oil to blend the colors.
Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome prize.
Linda Peterson

Elaine said...

Hello Ann,
Sorry to hear you were under the weather. I hope you're all better?

Congrats on the BIG one (well you surpassed it, so you obviously you've got something going on!)

Brandy's Stamping Place said...

Ann -

My best stamping tip is ALWAYS have FUN!!! I think the more mess you have made, the more fun you have had - don't be afraid to try something new - EVER!! no matter how difficult it might be the first time.

Brandy

JLynn said...

I hope you feel better. My tip is placing a coffee filter in my tidy pal, it doesn't allow my embossing powders, and glitters to stick to the tidy pal by static cling.

Anonymous said...

I love your blog!! Congrats on the 10,000 hit. One of my favorite stamping tips is inking only portions of a stamp by masking off the parts that I don't need with a post-it note, instead of trying to wipe the extra ink off that you didn't want.
Hugs,
Alena in Northern CA. :o)

Alena said...

Hi, it's me again, Alena in CA. I just left the 12th comment. I didn't mean to be anonymous. Oops! LOL....So, I'm trying this again. Sorry about that. My favorite tip is masking directly on the rubber stamp, with a post-it note. Since, sometimes you only want to use just a portion of the image. It's easier for me to mask then to try to wipe the extra ink off.
Happy Stamping!!