Tuesday, August 03, 2010

A giveaway

The Creating Keepsakes Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks: Tools & Techniques is on the shelves!























Filled with over 200 ideas about using favorite tools and exploring fun techniques, this special issue is sure to please you. Want a sneak peek inside the issue? Follow this link and click on the image for the slide show.
See that tag... 'Stellar Island Escape'? That one's mine :) I created it by layering rub-ons and rhinestone stickers.

Want more? Okay, I'll share another project of mine from this issue.
























Those are real templates... loved and used and eventually painted with alcohol inks to become part of a wall hanging celebrating summer. It was FUN, I tell ya!!!

You can use the code TT3B3 to get free shipping off any orders of $20 or more in our store through August 20.

Want to chance to win a copy?

Thanks to Creating Keepsakes, I'm giving away a copy of  Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks: Tools & Techniques. Just leave me a comment to this post telling me about your favorite creative project this summer by Sunday the 8th and I'll pick a winner shortly thereafter. Feel free to leave a link to your favorite project which you can also upload at the Club CK Idea Galleries.

Good luck and don't forget to check back next week to see if you won :)

10 comments:

Spardha said...

My best creative project this summer was my summer journal.. Its got all the fun captured this summer! :)
Thanks for a chance to win! :)

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I think my fav project has been my "sending love" card that was featured the other day on PC's blog!! I have enjoyed just relaxing and spending time in my studio--so all crafts were FUN!! Thanks for the chance to win:)

Dancing Diva said...

I love that sneak of your project!! Thanks for the chance to win! Looking forward to seeing the magazine in its entirety!!

Jeannie said...

My creativity journal for Florida vacation. Even though I live in Florida we are doing a few stay-cations in Orlando so I am doing a little 4x4 mini album

Cindy d said...

I made a graduation gift for my cousin- definitely my favorite summer project so far. He finished the teacher credential program and will be teaching math. I altered a paper mache book to look like a math book and filled it with all sorts of things he'll need in his classroom. He loved it.

Jessie said...

My favourite projects so far this summer have been the layouts I made with my Barcelona vacation photos. All the beautiful colours and mosaics there were so inspiring. Thanks for the chance to win :)

2 Worlds said...

My mini art journal from toilet paper rolls Thanks

cindy said...

I just finished my favorite summer project of our trip to Washington D.C. Where I collected tons of memories, pictures and memorabilia. All of which I was happily able to include in my album. I have to say I am in love with one, at least a litlle more than my others, for now.

Onzku said...

Hi!
Just wanted to finally leave a comment and say that i think your blog is great! I´ve been reading this for a while, but never have leaved a comment.
Your layouts are sooo inspirating :)

Sheila said...

My favorite project has been making my son's baby book. I've been working on it in stages, but it's getting there.
Thanks for the great prize.