Thanks to all the ladies that entered the RAK. Apologies that I didn't get this posted on Saturday or Sunday. Let's just say that both my husband and I had fun on his birthday. I even pulled an all nighter and did not sleep on Saturday night. I have not done one of those for about ten years. I am definitely paying the price. James found me last night in our bedroom with my laptop in hand and completely passed out.
Enough about me....the winner is
What a great giveaway!!!
I'll be sending you an e-mail tomorrow with the details!
Thought I would share some new goodies with folks. Freckled Fawn released their newest wood chips last night and with Valentine's Day coming soon, the heart wood chips would be the perfect addition to a layout, project life page or even for packaging on gifts.
Shipping was really expensive this time around for Canadians, I figure that has to do with the fact that I bought 12x12 paper. I wanted to give my fellow Canadian girls the opportunity to get some of this fun stuff without having to pay a single penny (I guess that expression is no longer valid now that we did away with the pennies, isn't it?). As always, this giveaway is open to anyone and everyone. Since I am already going to pay shipping costs, I might as well add some more product into that envelope. Here is a picture of what will be included in the RAK. Apologies for the tiny picture. Just a quick iPhone shot. I'll replace it with a better image tonight.
There is so much stuff, I couldn't get a picture with all the contents. 99% of this RAK will be brand new in its original packaging. As soon as I receive the heart wood chips from Freckled Fawn, I'll send out the package. Just leave me a comment, and I'll draw a winner on Saturday, February 9th. My hubby's birthday ;) Good luck!
I posted this information on the Two Peas message board, and wanted to add it here as well. Also - I am also willing to entertain offers that are less than the listed price.
SOLD - NEW Chevron Background stamp from September's RoadShow Add-on kit - 20 SOLD - USED ONCE - Pie Chart Stamp from August's Four Square Add-on kit - 20 SOLD - NEW - October's Crack the Whip Add-on stamp - 15 SOLD - NEW - Triangles Stamp from the August Drive-In Add-on kit -20 NEW - Alphabet stamp set from the August Six String Add-on - 25 NEW - Just a Note Stamp set from the Summer of 69 main kit - 10 NEW - Triangle Border Stamp from September's Style Guide - 15 NEW -Days of the Week Stamp set from September's Central High Main Kit -20 NEW - Tab Stamp set from October's Rainbow Knee socks Add-on kit - 20 NEW - Leaf stamp set from September's The Register add-on kit - 20 SOLD - NEW - Elenore Roosevelt Border Stamp from August's Mama's Porch Add-on -15 NEW - Graph texture mini stamp from Elmwood Park Main kit - 7 SOLD - NEW - Alphabet set from Monkey Bars Add-on -25 SOLD - NEW - Hexagon stamp from 35MM - 5 NEW - Story Time Stamp set from the Jack and Jill main kit - 15
Shipping is not included in the prices listed above. Once payment of the stamp has been made via paypal, I will go to the post office to calculate the exact shipping cost and will e-mail a paypal invoice for the shipping cost. Tracking numbers are extra, but I am willing to share that expense with you (I will pay half the cost of a tracking number). Please contact me at the following e-mail address: email@example.com. Please do not send requests to my peamail, blog and/or the message board. It is easier for me to organize and respond to e-mails if they are coming to one spot. Thanks so much!
Let me ask you this. Does your husband or significant other have a mental inventory of every piece of clothing you have in your closet? Mine does. It annoys. And I have many a pair of pants to keep track of. You'd think I would be able to slip one scarf past this man. But no, he can't be fooled.
Fall fashion. I adore it. The boots, the coats, the scarfs, the cozy cashmere sweaters. Most of the time it comes up from Chicago via Rosie's store. But there has been one clothing line I have had my eye on for quite some time, and their fall line was too good to pass up. Have a look at Emerson Fry. I have never owned a piece of animal printed clothing in my life. I don't have an issue with it, as long as it is used in moderation. The first piece that caught my eye was this zebra printed top from their summer line, but I never bought it.
The second piece was this amazing leopard print coat. It is definitely a statement piece. And a statement piece is never going to get past the old ball and chain. NEVER. So I thought it would be better to just tell him before he noticed.
The second thing I ordered were these amazing booties. I hate that word by the way. It sounds so juvenile. Let's call them boots from here on out. I have had them in my closet for a few weeks since they arrived in the post. After giving Rowan and James a look at my coat, James says "and how much did the black boots cost you?" How does he know this stuff? I presumed he had found the shoes in my closet, and I was busted. Turns out James was just joking; he had no clue about the boots. So I just outed myself when I started to murmur that they weren't that expensive. It works out for the best this way...now that he knows, I can wear them outside rather than just staring at them longingly in the closet.
A big thanks to everyone who bought stamps over the past week. This is the first time I have ever sold any scrapbook supplies and with the amount of e-mails that poured in, getting them cleaned, packaged and mailed in a timely fashion was a workout! Oh, and you know..there is that job that I have, that kid I need to look after, dogs to pat, a husband to boss around...
I didn't have the opportunity to package everyone's stamps as lovely as this one. Straight vanilla for the first round that went out about a week ago. I assumed that most would like to get them faster and sacrifice on the pretty. However, I may be talking to the wrong crowd...Skimping on the pretty may be a crime with this here gang. If that is the case, please forgive me. This weekend my mother in law took the little guy for the night so I had the opportunity to spiff some of them up a wee bit.
This one is on its way to a gal name Colleen...
I hope they found happy new homes, and I would love to see what you do with them once you have had the opportunity to use them!
In no particular order, I love
*my son Rowan*
*my hubby and partner in crime, James*
*my leg humping pug, Lola Bean* my stinky breath pug Frank the Tank*
*the Atlantic Ocean*
*silliness and nonsense*
*a great quote*