Thursday, June 21, 2012

Martha Stewart Stitched Giveaway II

OK, I promised you one more Martha Stewart Crafts giveaway so here it is, it's the last one of the month so make sure to get your entries in!

I have one more package of Martha Stewart Stitched paper to give to one very lucky Etcetorizer thanks to EK Success.

Don't forget that this paper pad is full of pretty papers inspired by country quilting.

They're all double sided, medium weight, high quality papers.  Some have glitter, some have a finish on them to make them seem like oilcloth, and several have faux stitch designs.

Everything coordinates perfectly!

I've been making you guys work hard for your entries this month so for this last one I'm going to make things super easy.  Just leave a comment below and tell me what these pretty papers would inspire you to make.  That's it!  Easy peasy.
Deadline for entries is 9:00 PM (Central Time),
Wednesday, June 27th. 
Winner will be announced the following day.
If you're a 'no-reply' blogger make sure to leave me your email address
 so I know how to get in touch with you. 
(Write your email out like this to try to avoid nasty spammers: etcetorize {at} yahoo {dot} ca)
Make sure to check out the Martha Stewart YouTube Channel for loads of great ideas and tutorials!
Did you know that there are loads of you who are 'no-reply' bloggers
and who don't have your blog linked to your profile?
(If you want to change this to make it easier for people to reach you,
just edit your settings in your profile.)

This giveaway is now closed.
Thank you to everyone who participated!


Link Originals said...

OH These papers are so pretty. I would use some to make cards and some for decoupage. Thanks so much for the chance to win. Linda

Veronica and Daniel said...

I love to make home made cards and with these pretty papers I could make lots of beautiful cards :)

nid said...

Thanks for the giveaway !! Would like to make some creative crafts with it.

Lorri said...

Sooo pretty. I would use paper punches and create shapes to Decoupage flower pots!

Lorri said...

Ooops...need an email add


Colleen said...

Thank you for this opportunity
I would use the papers to make cards, decorating small gift bags, and in making treat cones.

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

These will help me make cute decorative accessories to my office. Thanks for joining Market Your Biz and Giveaways :)

Carolyn said...

So cute! I love these papers.

Laura said...

What a pretty giveaway. These papers would be perfect to decorate a gratitude journal or make up some pretty recipe cards ... maybe even spruce up my calendar!

lolamak22 {at} gmail {dot} com

Artsy VaVa said...

I sometimes use scrapbook paper in my artwork. I would love to win this pretty pad!

Rebecca said...

These are adorable! I would use them in my youngest daughter's first year album (that I still haven't started and she's almost two). And I would have to make some lovely cards. Thanks for the chance!

Destiny said...

Ohhh, these are such pretty papers! I think I would finally get around to covering all my cardboard storage boxes. They are such an eye sore.

Chari said...

I would love to do the covered boxes.

Emanuela @ My Little Inspirations said...

Thanks for the chance to win these beautiful papers!!!
I'd make some little boxes and coordinated cards...

Emanuela @ My little inspirations

Del Marie Riley said...

Just found your blog! I have no idea how I got here, but I'm so glad I did. My sister's name is Tamara too. If I was to win the papers, I'd use them to make Thank You cards for all the nurses, police officers, and fire rescue personell that recently assisted my daughter. She was in a head on collision on June 9, 2912 that nearly cost her her life. God's good grace and their quick actions miraculously saved her. I look forward to reading and being inspired by your blog. Thank you for the giveaway. delmarieriley (at) yahoo (dot) com

Del Marie Riley said...

Oops 2012

Jean Godwin said...

@Del Marie Riley - Praise God that your daughter is doing as well as she is. I am a nurse, with a long history of trauma nursing at NC Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem, NC. I've seen enough patients like her to know what she must be going thru. I'll keep her in my prayers.

As for Martha! I will make boxes for keeping the cute little thank you notes and letters I get from my now 8 year old granddaughter, Maggie. I began the rite of sending letters to her weekly, and expecting her to answer them weekly, which she does beautifully. These pretty, old fashioned papers will add just the right touch of nostalgia to our letter writing and keeping. Thank you for the opportunity.


michele said...

I dont know how I got here either!. Love the scalloped edges so now I can't wait to give it a go. I am living on the other side of the Atlantic so I dont expect a prize. Just delighted to be inspired!! Thanks M


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