Saturday, June 27, 2009

Blog Candy!

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I finally gathered up some goodies to put together as blog candy for my 100,000 hits! 

So here is a partial list of what's included.  Please note, that SOME of these items may be partially used, like the chipboard may have a few pieces missing.  Others are BRAND NEW!! 

 

  • Martha Stewart Mica Flake glitter
  • Maya Road Butterflies and Bugs Chipboard
  • Prima Mulberry Flowers
  • Stampin' Up! Sponge
  • Stampin' Up! Note of Thanks Mini Note Kit
  • Making Memories Colored Staples- 5 colors
  • Martha Stewart Floral Gingham Tissue paper pack 12x12-24 sheets
  • Stampin' Up! Certainly Celery Twill Ribbon spool
  • Hand-stamped pin
  • Miscellaneous ribbon
  • A few metal edge tags
  • Stampin' Up! Linen Magic Mesh
  • Rhinestone Stickers
  • Huge sample pack of Marco's Papers--5 1/2"x4"--a sampling of every kind they offer
  • Stampin' Up! Designer Paper - one 6x6 piece of all recently retiring papers
  • Several sheets of 12x12 Designer Papers--some SU, some other manufacturers
  • Plus whatever else I find to toss in there!

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PLEASE NOTE:  This is only open to US and Canadian readers---so sorry!  So what do you need to do to win?  Just leave me a comment and tell me what your favorite stamping technique is right now.  I love to watercolor--that's what I do when I want to relax and make a card.  This will only be open until June 30, and then I will draw a winner at 6 am on July 1!  And remember:  If you do not have your email address linked to your name, provide it for me in some other way.  I cannot reply to let you know you've WON if I do not have your email!  I would hate to have someone lose out just because of that!

Hopefully I will be able to stamp some today as we will be sailing tomorrow!  Have a marvelous day!

70 comments:

Kristin Bueter said...

Ohhh...how exciting :O) Blog candy! Though I'm never that lucky! LOL

My favorite technique, huh? I would have to say that watercoloring is up there. I JUST started doing it this year and it works out well enough (in lieu of Copics which I don't own). I like some of the other techniques I've learned this year also, like dry embossing vellum, though I don't do it very often.

Janice Webb said...

I am on an embossing kick right now. There are so many ways to do embossing these days and they are all fun.

larkspur4000 at gmail dot com

Deb Neerman said...

Well, I picked a good day to swing on by, huh?!? Looks like a wonderful bunch o'goodies!

My favorite technique has always been paper-piecing ... but I've been using my alcohol inks a lot lately doing the polished stone technique. And, of course, C'bugging backgrounds ...

Looks like I have three favorite techniques!

Hope all is well with you!

~Hugs, Deb

Cassie said...

How exciting! Congrats on 100,000 hits! I would love a chance to win your candy. . .it sounds delicious ;D

My favorite technique right now would have to be watercoloring as well! I am a huge fan, and always have been, of watercoloring. Thanks for the chance to win!

cassandratrask@yahoo.com

Elaine M said...

Love Watercoloring right now!! Of course spellbinders is a close second.

Congrates on your blog hits - WOW

Here's to another 100,000 real soon
Hugs - Elaine Moore mtn.moven.faith@comcast.net

dana said...

My favorite technique is what I do with my cuttlebug that is AT HOME!!!

My all-time favorite is embossing.....WHICH IS AT HOME!!!

My next favorite is using my Blender Pens with watercolors THAT ARE AT HOME!!!

Then I fell in love with Dew Drops which are.......oh, nevermind.

send supplies to new address please. lol

Ann said...
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Ann said...

Woooo, LeAnne, that's quite a bunch of goodies! :D Thanks for the generous giveaway.

My favorite technique right now is embossing in my Cuttlebug, especially with my Swiss Dots folder. I just can't stop myself sometimes! ;)

cox_cchs AT hotmail DOT com

My lifes inky escape and more said...

Wow that's a lot of candy!! I hope I win :)

My favorite technique is to use my Copic markers. I just want to sit and color like when I was a little kid!

Hugs
Renee

Debbie Nelson said...

Thank you for the chance to win your wonderful blog candy..it looks delicious!

I love embossing with the cuttlebug!


Thanks again!
Debbie Nelson
dnmissujen@aol.com

Sharon said...

Hi Leanne,
Thanks for the offering the great candy!

My ALL TIME favorite technique has got to be CASE'ing-ha ha ha.
No really, I never tire of heat embossing and I'm finally trying my hand at dry embossing (with brass stencils). I'm really digging the effects.

Keep those posts coming!

Thanks again.

Sharon

cards4u said...

Congrats! I am new to your blog and love seeing your work!! I enjoy experimenting and playing with my Copics. Enjoy your day of sailing and thanks for the chance to play!!

Sonia said...

Hi Leanne, congrats on the 100,000 hits. I love looking at all your creations!!

Well I would have to say I love embossing on my cuttlebug...so many things you can do on that little bug ;-)

Hope I win all your goodies
dsmrowe@bellsouth.net

Jean from jlfstudio said...

Wow! Very yummy candy!Now this is enabling my budget can handle :D

Congratulations on reaching this blogging milestone and thanks for sharing the gifts with your readers - Used or new my stash is always up for infusions of stamping inspiration and materials.

Favorite technique? Hmmmm....does Big Shot count as a technique...probably not so I'll have to go with anything using sponges, brayers or reinkers. Basically I love getting my hands and my paper inky in different and unexpected kinds of ways. When those tools are involved you know it isn't going to be the usual ink on stamp kind of experience and I like the bit of unpredictability of the result. Fun to use them to create my own background papers that of course I can run through my Big Shot for interesting die cuts.

Thanks for providing this lovely blogging window on all your creativity that provides so much inspiration for us all.

Hugs and wishes - Jean

Robbie said...

I love learning to watercolor. It always amaze me how beautiful it all turns out. I, also, love my Nestabilities (any of them); they add so much beauty to cards.

Lavonne (tweetygirl) said...

Hi LeAnne,
my favorite technique is probably heat embossing. I love the finished look it gives to any project! Had done dry embossing with brass stencils long before I'd ever heard of heat embossing. But, I'm always up for learning new techniques! :)
Thanks for the chance to win!

tweetyluvspuddytat@shaw.ca

cplaxco143 said...

Hi, My stamp technique right now is repetition stamps to cover a piece of paper and then make a card out it. Been making a bunch for my son to send as thank you cards for graduation.

Meredith said...

Ooooh how fun!! Congrats on the hits!

My new favorite technique is also watercolor. I need to go get some watercolor paper to try it on though! I also like to color with pencils.

meresteves@hotmail.com

Our Little Inspirations said...

Oh my goodness, what a prize package you've put together for some lucky person! Woot!! Congrats on all those hits!
My favorite techique is embossing, both dry and wet.
Have fun sailing tomorrow! That sounds just dreamy!!
Carol

Anonymous said...

My favorite technique is coloring...watercoloring, copic coloring...really any coloring. I find it extremely relaxing! Great blog candy....happy hits!

Lori G
lori.gliva@verizon.net

Doris said...

What a generous blog candy assortment! Thanks for the chance to win. My favorite technique is watercoloring, especially since I got an aqua painter several years ago.

cheryl said...

Wow what a huge assortment of Blog Candy how very generous of you.

My favorite technique - rght now -has to be colouring with my pensil crayons & gamsol - makes me feel like an artist..... although heat embossing is a very close second...
thanks again & I hope you draw my name.....

Juanita said...

What wonderful candy LeAnne.
My favorite techique is usually heat embossing. I love the 'high-end' look that it can bring to a card. There are so many ways you could go from there, brayer over it just leave it, do an emerging color. I guess those are more than one technique (and none that I ever do...)

Sue said...

Leanne, I enjoy looking at all of your beautiful creations and did sign up for your blog. I'm fairly new at stamping, so whatever technique I've just learned at stamp club is my favorite. I LOVE the fact that by checking out these blogs that you can also learn new techniques. I must say, I do not know how to watercolor, but I'm envious of those of you who share that with us! Actually, I have a Cuttlebug, and I do love the look of embossing. If I was lucky enough to win . . .I'm at (rolive@kmtel.com)

Jetstudio Designs said...

I think my favorite technique is watercoloring and sponging.

Congrats on all the hits!

Anonymous said...

I am in a "layering" mode right now! I've also been using more ribbon lately! Love those bows!

Charlotte Styer
Marion, Ohio

jmniffer said...

I don't think it is really a technique but I've been using my Big Shot for almost every card or project lately, so many fun things to do with it! Thanks for the chance to win.

jmniffer at comcast dot net

Jill Haddad said...

My favorite technique right now is colored pencils and OMS. Love the blending features.

Regina (TheStampin'Bean) said...

Great candy! My fave technique right now is faux stitching. I have a giant, old sewing machine that I can't lug out every time I want to stitch, so the faux technique is great! In case you can't get to my email (and I'm lucky enough to win), here is my email:

beanmangum@gmail.com

Thanks for the chance!

Anonymous said...

Hi Leanne, congrats on the 100,000 hits. Love the YUMMY Blog Candy. My favorite technique at the moment is embossing. Both heat and dry embossing. Thank you for the opportunity to win goodies!
Marisol Gutierrez
atouchof_sol@yahoo.com

dasimonds said...

"Congrats"...100,000 HITS!!!!!!!!!!
Well..I have enjoyed the time
spent trying a lot of new (to me)
techniques. Right now..I am enjoying embossing..need lots more
practice..but i'm getting Better :)
I love paper piecing!!!
Thanks for a chance to WIN your
Very Generous..Blog Candy!!!!!!!!!
"crossing my fingers"

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Hi LeAnne! Congratulations on reaching over 100,000 hits on your blog! That is sooo awesome & inspiring! You must be thrilled & proud! I bet your hubbie is happy for you as well! Enjoy your celebration! Hugs, Mona

LaWanda said...

Right now I am loving embellishments along with embossing with my cuttlebug.

LaWanda
Lawandasu@earthlink.net

Stacy said...

Congrats! My favorite technique has always been heat embossing. I also love using my water color crayons. Someday I would love to get Copics an my guess is I would absolutely love them, but I'll have to wait a while!

LaWanda said...

Right now I love embellishments! And using my cuttlebug for embossing.

LaWanda
Lawandasu@earthlink.net

Ginny said...

Hi LeAnne! I just found your amazing blog and wanted to congratulate you on 100,000 hits! You'll reach that million mark in no time ;) I think my favourite technique right now would have to be embossing. Thanks for offering candy! Keep up the amazing work =) canucks _ revelation at yahoo dot com

Becca said...

Love your blog. I am loving doing anything with my big shot right now. I especially love the texture plates to emboss. e-mail is robnbecca@rogers.com
Thanks

Serstin Lango said...

Wow, gotta love Blog Candy!!!!!
I would have to say my new technique is dry embosssing with every day items in my cuttlebug. I love fruit and veggie bags the texture is just awesome. Thanks for the great work and for the blog candy. I can be contacted @ scrappin64@cox.net

Caryl P said...

I like how you say a few things...holy cow, thanks for the chance!

Hmmmm....I don't know what my favorite technique is now. I've been watercoloring with my blender pens again and that's been wonderful but I love embossing in my Big Kick. I just love stamping!

Rebecca H said...

Love blog candy. What a treat you're offering us. Thanks!

My favorite technique is embossing. I love the look it gives my cards. Looks hard, but is soooo easy!

Jan said...

Thanks for all of your ideas! I just love looking through your blog to get inspiration! One of the most relaxing things to me is coloring - I just love to color with my pencils and use my blender pens. Great candy you are sharing, too!

Jan

Anonymous said...

Congrats on 100,000 hits! I enjoy reading your blog. Thanks for the chance to win some fun stuff.

Right now my favorite technique is dry embossing with CB folders and SU texture plates.

harleyhonda13@msn.com

Christi said...

Congrats on all the hits!! Right now I am hooked on different sizes and folds to my cards. It's such a small thing but it really does make a difference.

Anonymous said...

Love your blog, Lee Ann! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win some delicious looking blog candy. One of my favorite techniques that I am working on now is stamping, cutting the image out and popping it up. Although, I love all sorts of techniques and enjoy learning new ones for sure!!
Blessings to you,
~Amy S.~
chocolateroseswine@gmail.com

Nancy L. said...

Yay, thanks for being so generous! I'm loving heat embossing right now!

akagreenhouse said...

I think resist is my favorite technique. There are so many neat things you can do with it. Thanks for the chance to win some candy!

Vickilyn said...

Well, you know me - since I don't consider myself a stamp - it would have to be paper piecing!

Love the blog candy!! Thanks for the opportunity!!

And since I know you can "get" to me through this comment, I won't bore you with my email address.

~Vicki

Jessica said...

Watercoloring is the best. Right now, I'm into paper piercing -- making fun borders with pierced holes and trying to see what else I can do with it.

Thanks!

Ellie said...

I love to emboss and distress..they are so fun and they give that special touch to any card :)

Janet S said...

Wow, now that is a lot of blog candy. I would say that embossing of any kind is my favorite technique. Those embossing folders just make it so easy, it always turns out perfect and looks so elegant. Thanks for a chance to win.

Kathleen said...

WOW! Cool candy! Congrats on 100,000+! Hmmmmm, my favorite technique??? I'm just starting to color with Copics and I can see how I might really make that a favorite---I can do it anywhere---I don't have to be at my "table"---so, I'll go with that!

Angela H. said...

I love embossing with the folders right now I guess. I think I am lazy for summer! Wow, you have some crazy blog candy!!!

Treena said...

Blog candy! How can you not love it? I would say my favorite technique right now is embossing. I love how elegant it can look and how it makes the images just pop!!! I'm always up for learning new techniques though!

Can't wait to hear who wins!
Treena
rtneufeld@gmail.com

Cmoovbs2003 said...

Dear LeAnne,
Congratulations on your blogging
milestone and keep up the good
work. I love checking out all of
your creative efforts. You are a
friend that I've never met.
I enjoy the Magic Pattern Technique
(embossing with clear powder, and
watercoloring over it).

Cheryl at Cmoovbs2003@roadrunner.com

Mary Sue said...

Great Blog Candy!!!! I am just starting to use markers when stamping. Congrats on blog hits. mskunze@hughes.net

Kathy Kelsheimer said...

A very big congrats on 100,000 hits! That's inpressive!

My favorite technique at the moment is using my cuttlebug. What an awesome way to "wow" a card!

Thanks for the chance at the amazing blog candy!
shecop@charter.net

Joann said...

Congrats!
I think my favorite technique right now is paper piecing.

Madhvi said...

I'm still pretty new to card making and haven't tried watercolor stamping yet and your cards always makes me want to give it a try. Right now I'm loving heat embossing, it is so cool to see the results.

ML Design Works said...

Thanks for the chance to win! My favorite technique is distressing and embossing! LIsa :-)

Anonymous said...

I think my favorite technique is embossing! The blog candy looks fantastic...thanks for the opportunity to win!!

Char in So Cal said...

Super CONGRATS on 100k in hits!! You are such a talented stamper and I XOXOX YOUR FAB BLOG!!

My FAVE techniques include paper tearing, paper piercing and paper pieceing... say that three times real fast LOL

Thanks for the op to win some YUMMY blog candy!

Char in So Cal
{scrampaddict} {at} {cox} {dot} {net}
darn spammers! LOL

Judith Fuqua said...

Oh, I am so new at leaving comments but I love your blog and so want to participate. I just hit reply to your email to my address this morning and I hope it was received by you. I, too, love watercoloring and we share some of the same hobbies except sewing. My family, as well, are Christians and strive to serve Him faithfully. Thank you. Judith Fuqua
My email address is judithff@yahoo.com

sharon said...

I am starting to experiment with my Big Shot Sizzix and the Spellbinders. Thanks for the chance to win!
Sharon L

Michie B said...

Wow, what great blog candy....Congrats on the 100,000 hits.

Favourite technique would have to be watercolouring, as it is one of the things I can do that turns out!!

Cheers!
Michele

Becky Elfert said...

I would have to say my favorite technique is still heat embossing. I still get that little girl excitement when I see the powder melting.

rebecca said...

my favourite technique is to case till the cows come home!! Thanks for being such a wonderful source of inspiration...

Love embossing and watercolouring...

Stamp and Smile said...

You are SO SWEET LeAnne!! What fabulous "Blog Candy" you have lined up for us to enjoy... I'm excited!! :)

My favorite techniques are paper piercing and embossing with my CuttleBug, even though the machine does the work... LOL! I need to get into watercoloring more... Love your works of art!! Thanks... :)

mudmaven said...

Great candy! I'm having fun using watercolor crayons on silhouette type stamps. Fun! ~chris

Stampin' With Jessi and Rachel said...

Jessi and I both love heat embossing!
Thanks for the chance to win some awesome goodies!

Pat said...

My favorite technique is embossing with watercoloring a close second.