Friday, 21 August 2009

Blog Candy Time

I think some blog candy is long overdue! I will be giving away the stamp set "A Little Something", a 6x6 sample pack of the Nouveau Chic dsp and a Christmas card that I made using that same paper a while ago.

I'd love to get some feedback from those of you who visit. In order to win, leave a comment on this post (before the end of Sunday Aug. 23rd) with either what you like about my blog or what you'd like to see or learn.

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to hearing from you!

Sherry

8 comments:

Nancy B. - nacky71@hotmail.com said...

Hello! One of the things I like about your blog is the "Categories" index and the labels you put on your entries. It helps to organize the entries and makes it easy for us readers to track things down. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hey Sherry! I really like knowing what is new coming, Classes and product, and your new designs. I did however wish that you would have reprised Christmas in July workshop this summer. Keep us the awesome job!--Lisa C.(ME)

Dawn WALSH said...

I just love looking at your blog and seeing all the wonderful ideas to do with those stamps.Keep up the great work you do.

Lissame said...

Well I am loving all of the eye candy of late, and maybe posting some turtorials online for those of us can't get out.

Kristine said...

Sherry, I love how you demonstrate the newest accessories. Your cards are beautiful, but I also enjoy seeing the albums and other
3-D projects you create!!

Sweet Pea Stamped Art said...

Hi Sherry,
I know it's a lot of work but I have been really enjoying the daily posts. I get so much inspiration from your work. I love your style and class projects. Can't wait to see what you have for tomorrow!

Skrapbuker said...

Hello! I'd love to see tutorials! Yep, love learning! Also, wanted to say that I really love the fact you categorize/label your entries ... helps me find specifics if necessary!

Thanks for the chance to win! :)

gocanucksgo said...

Hi Sherry! I just found your blog today while surfing around. You produce some really amazing work. I would love to see some more 3d projects and maybe some different techniques with tutorials =) Keep up the fantastic work!!!