Monday, August 4, 2008

1000 Hits - Win Blog Candy

My counter has hit over 1000, thank you all for visiting my wee bit of the world wide web, and as a thank you I am offering some blog candy - we all love candy.

I have decided to offer two chances to win and all that you need to do is post a comment telling me your favourite scrapbooking/cardmaking technique - no need to subscribe or post on your blog.

Good luck blogging friends.....


heidi swapp white glitter florals - Bella! alphabet rub-ons - Kaiser self adhesive Clear Rhinestones - Four Studio G clear stamp sets - Jenni B 'Congratulations' ribbon - pack of 10 white/gold bows - 1 metre of white/gold 16mm organza ribbon.

Bella! alphabet rub-ons - Three Studio G clear stamp sets - Kaiser self adhesive cream pearls - 1 metre of cream 16mm organza ribbon - 1 metre cream 10mm organza ribbon.
Looking forward to hearing from you all (I will post international, so please join in) - will draw the winner at 6pm Monday 11th August (Perth, Western Australia time).
Love Jane


Christine said...

Thank you so much for your kind words of encouragement on my blog, Scossie Jane! I truly appreciate it and you truly blessed me today with your comment! :)

What great blog candy you're offering! Congrats on the 1000 hits! :)

My current favorite cardmaking technique has been dry embossing using either my Cuttlebug embossing folders or my new Scor-It tool! I just love the extra texture embossing gives to my projects!

Have a wonderful day! :)

Creative Journey

Curt in Carmel said...

Hey there you! Congrats on your 1,000. Exciting isn't it? Great blog candy too! Isn't all of this just a blast?!!? My favorite technique is absolutely using embossing powder! I love the effects you can get with it, and now I'm embossing every stamped image with clear embossing powder before coloring. It gives a really nice defined look to your image, and helps you "stay in the lines"! LOL Congrats again! Love your work! Best, Curt

Claudia Rosa said...

wonderful blog candy jane.
iam happy to tell people about it on my blog.
thank you for vistinting me!

maya, Israel said...

wooww... congratiolation on hitting 1000...
your blog is wonderfull..
well my favorite cardmaking technique is to stamp a card and then watercolor it...I just cant get enough of it. love the colors...

Abra Leah Cross said...

How exciting!! Congrats! :)

My favorite technique is probably using my blender pens to watercolor. I'm not so hot with the reinkers or aquapainter thing - YET! :) I also LOVE to dry emboss, both my hand and with my 'Bug.

jane said...

Hello jane 8)
congrats on hitting 1000..
My favorite scrapbooking and cardmaking technique is without a doubt stamping.. I love stamps! The have endless possibilities.
Maybe thats why my friend call me the stamp-Otter..
hugs from Denmark

Tanja said...

I love to stamp and Watercoloring.

Great Blog Candy, I'll visite you again!

Hugs Tanja

Marika said...

I really love embossing powders for layouts, cards and atcs!
Fab prize, hope to win it!
Ciao from Marika-Italy

Doris said...

great blog candy! I want win:) my favourite cardmaking tachnique is dry embossing and stamping (I colour images with watercolour pencils)

greetings from Poland!

Suzanne J Dean said...

My favorite technique right now is making hinged scalloped cards with my Nestabilities and using dimensionals on everything!! I love layered, 3-D cards! Thanks for the chance!

Suzanne Dean

~Chris~ said...

CONGRATS on the many Hits!
I have been visiting your Blog for a few wks now and love coming here..
My fav tech. currently is Water coloring. I am just starting to get the hang of it more and more..
I also love Dry Embossing with my Cuttlebug..
Thanks for offering such great Blog Candy..

Jami said...

Congratulations on 1000 hits!! Woo Hoo!! I have just started blogging myself, and I know how exciting it feels to see the counter go up!

What an awesome bunch of blog candy too!!

I've got a few favorites lately. I really love the 3D look of Paper Tole, where only parts of the image are popped up. I also really enjoy the stitching (both real and faux) and the hand doodling. I enjoy a lot of texture too - so anything that adds texture... ribbon, brads, embossing, etc. Hmmm...I guess it sounds like I pretty much like it all, huh?

Danielle said...

Yummy stuff! My favorite technique has to be stitching! I can't get enough of it, whether it is hand stitching or machine.

Thank you so much for your nice comment on my blog regarding the Paper Crafts contest! It means a lot to me!


Heather said...

Congratulations on 1000 hits!!!!

My favourite scrapbooking technique is inking - I use it on almost every layout :)

Thanks for the chance to win some blog candy :)


ARIANNE said...

Congrats on your 1,000 hits!

My favorite technique in both scrapbooking and cardmaking has to be......uh.......I love it all, but if I have to pick my favorite, at this time, it's sewing!

Angie C said...

Congratulations on your 1,000 hits.

My favourite technique at the moment is stamping and colouring using my new prismacolor pencils.

I've put a link on the top left of my blog, linking to your lovely candy

Heather "Hev" said...

Just found your blog - good timing huh ;)
Hope your storms have calmed down in Perth - here in Adelaide we are getting them too.
Have a wonderful day and now off to read the rest of your blog.

Sharon Caudle said...

I just stumbled across your blog and LOVE your work! Congrats on the 1000 hits, and I'm sure it's going to climb like crazy! Awesome blog candy too!

I have a couple favorite techniques. One is dimension, I love, love, love to add dimension to my work. The second is machine stitching. I just really like the look of it.

Thanks for the fun and you do beautiful work!

debbie said...

Congrats on 1000 hits, great to see how people all over the world all have a common interest.

Favourite technique at the moment is adding bling to a page in as many different ways as possible! Keep up the great work.

carol said...

Congrats Jane! :) Gorgeous goodies you have on offer!!
There are lots of things i like to do but i always return to stamping, still my all time favourite! I have been 'brave' lately though, and have made several cards without any stamping at all!!
Here's to the next 1,000!
Carol x

Glee said...

Wow, Jane, that is some blog candy! Congratulations on your achievement!

I don't know if this qualifies as a technique but I will try it anyway.

My newly found favorite technique these days to use on my cards is to include a bow; yes, I have used ribbon in the past but gosh darn, it just looked so shabby when I tried to tie a bow. So what did I do? I practiced and practiced and finally, I can now present a decent bow...not perfect but okay. If you had been here while I practiced you would have thought that I was bit odd because I had to talk to myself, for example, "Make a loop, Glee, put it through here...." HA! I still have to do a bow several times before I am okay with it but I feel pretty good about at least not ruining my work with an unslightly looking addition.

Debz said...

Mum, you ROCK!!!

Peet said...

Congrats Jane!!!
My favorite technique is stitching

Nikki said...

Congrats on 1000 hits!!

Right now one of my favorite things to do for any scrapbook or card making project is embossing stamps and coloring in with either markers with water brushes or primacolor pencils and then with glam it a bit with one of I'Kandee Pearlescent Chalking set (right now the Jewel Tones set is my fav) or glam it with stickles (LOVE stickles).

Although I might wind up with a new fun technique...I've come across the news about gamsol that you can use to blend prismacolor pencils with. My next stamp I do I'm going to try this technique, I'll let you know how it goes. ;P

Thanks for have this wonderful blog candy give away! Everything you are giving away is AWESOME and GORGEOUS. I love Heidi Swapp florals and never seen the frosted ones. I'll have to be on the look out for those (or if you could tell me where you found them).


Nikki said...

Also, I can't believe I forgot to tell you how I LOVE to cut up the stamps and layer them with mini pot dots...