Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Give Away Details.....

A little birdie told me that you have all been waiting for some give away details!
In my last post I mentioned that I was putting together a paper package for my one year anniversary of blogging. Well, I am such a goof that I forgot to announce when the winner will be drawn! A winner will be drawn on Friday, September 12, 2008! To sign up you must leave a comment HERE.

Now for the unveiling of the mystery paper prize! The first item in the paper prize package is this book:
This 288 page paper project book has over 650 creative designs and tips! You will find full materials lists, patterns, and instructions with each project.

With this book you can:
*celebrate life's special occasions and holiday's with keepsake creations
*make a variety of paper crafts for loved ones of all ages
*find inspiration for cards, mini albums, tags, stationary, gift bags, and so much more

This creative publication even has recipes! Some of the clever tags, bags, and cards come with sweet or salty treats to give as gifts with recipes and packaging ideas included!

Here are a few sneak peeks inside the book: (please excuse the poor quality of photos, it is raining here and if I used a flash it glared off the shiny pages, so sorry!)

I love this handy dandy little traveling office idea! This is meant to be a first day of work gift but I could easily see it adapted to an on the go artist kit or a kit to occupy children when traveling!
How about throwing a beach party? I love the invitation in the tiny glass tube filled with sand! Place cards and gift box full of goodies will greet each guest!
The clever packaging idea for this gift card and earrings could be easily adapted to a necklace! It could also be used for any occasion by simply changing the papers you use!Here are some cute tag ideas!Just look at these sweet little diaper treats for baby shower favors!If you are a room mother these little holiday heart treats would be perfect party favors for each child in the classroom! Adapt this theme into pumpkins and you have a sweet Halloween treat!These two will be additions to my Thanksgiving table this year, I already bought the paper to make them!
The cone is filled with tiny envelopes. Tucked inside will be a little note for each guest expressing my gratitude for them.
The blank books will be used to write what we are each thankful for and to add photos taken at this event! I will be printing out a collage sheet of photos for each guest to take home before they depart to add to their book!I confess I loved this big book of ideas so much that I bought two, one for me and one for the give away!

I will also be including a 12" x 12" storage box filled with paper packs and embellishments to use in the projects!

And, last but not least, I will include a vintage ephemera package!

Miss Sandy


Barbara H. said...

These sound so wonderful! I am trying not to drool. :-)

a bite of country cupcakes said...

Wow! My first tinme past your post and how lovely it is!
Will be back....

Susie said...

What wonderful, wonderful ideas. All of those things are so cute!!

Flower said...

Everything looks so interesting and inspiring to work with!!
I'll be back soon! :))

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What fantastic projects. Hope is such a wonderful thing. Fingers crossed. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Miss Sandy,

Thank you so much for stopping by my new digs and leaving me a bit of encouragement. By the way I heard my Blog say that it want's to be as beautiful as yours when she grows up!! :c}

Oh what a lovely 1 year blog give away you have planned!! It's so worth finding a "mule" to bring it down if I were lucky enought to win!! :c} Oh even the perfect time of year cuz all the Snow Birds are begining to return.

Please stop by again. I know I'll be by again soon to visit you!

Pattie :c}
Mazatlan Mexico

Catherine Holman said...

What a fantastic book!

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Oh that looks so great that I may just have to order one. I'm looking for so many ways to make gifts this year instead of making a lot of purchases. Now that I've gained three more daughters and seven more grandchildren, things are going to be exciting!

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