Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Tuesday Winsday - Win our Gingko set!

Did you see the very cool flower that Holly created with the Quietfire Gingko set yesterday?  I don't think I would have thought of that in a million years! For full instructions for making this card, click here.
Those gingko leaves were from a tree that I loved.  I bought it in Burnaby and moved it to Port Alberni in a pot where it stayed for years.  Once it was planted in the ground, it grew like crazy!  Of course planting it should have foreshadowed a move..... and it did.  So these stamps remind me of that valiant little tree.  I hope it's still doing well. I miss my gingko!

This week we're back to "normal".  You get a point for leaving us a comment, a point for following us on Facebook, a point for following us on Twitter, a pointed for tweeting out about our giveaway, a point for subscribing to our newsletter and 2 points if you share with a friend about our giveaway.  So if you do everything, you could get 7 points - meaning you are entered 7 times in our giveaway! (actually, maybe even more if you tweet about the giveaway each day)

Here is the prize:


Good Luck and thanks for playing!!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

27 comments:

  1. I did see Holly's card and thought it was very clever!

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  2. I loved the card and wanna say thanks to Holly for sharing!

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  3. I left a comment yesterday when I saw this - it's Fab!

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  4. Yes, that flower was amazing and the entire card is just beautiful. Love the colors she chose!! Thanks for the chance to win this terrific stamp set!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  5. What a great flower stamp. I love the card that was made with it beautiful! Peaceful!

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  6. love that stamp--so versatile

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  7. Yes, I saw the card & it's beautiful! Love the gingko leaf! And a great idea to use it to make a flower.

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  8. Beautiful Card and stamp set! Great idea to use the leaf to make a flower! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  9. I love this little set, it's very sweet. I have a friend who died last summer, she was also fond of ghinko's, I know I'd use this set and remember her every time :) (but no pressure)...! Mickey Drake

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  10. Holly's card is beautiful! I love the Gingko leaves stamp! Very creative to make the flower from it!

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  11. I like how the gingko leaves were used to make a flower on this lovely card.

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  12. Love it love it, totally awesome. Love the flowers

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  13. I have always love the image of the gingko leaf, but this is the first time I have seen one in a stamp. It is beautiful and full of possibilities. Thanks so much for creating it.

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  14. I just love the name of the company. Makes me feel happy and relaxed.

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  15. What is it about these leaves that appeals to us all? Love the stamp!

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  16. I like the washi tape and inking, very nice.

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  17. Looks so simple but so effective. What another great use for the gingko leaf

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  18. I've been wanting a Ginkgo leaf stamp for some time now! I am so lucky to have come across this giveaway..And I adore your stamps they are so great! thanks, -con

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  19. Thanks for the fun giveaway
    and I'm hoping to win!
    Carla from Utah

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  20. Wonderful card! I love the color and technique you used!

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