Thursday, February 11, 2010

Love Struck Cartridge Giveaway (times three!)

I have been doing some designing for the Cuttlebug Challenge Sweet Treats team - our posts appear twice a month (first and third Thursdays) to inspire you to use your Cricut cartridges in new and creative ways.  (Here is a LINK to my project posts).  I also post a Design Studio lesson on the third Saturday of the month.

This week, as a special treat, there is a great giveaway that you can enter.  There are THREE "Love Struck" mini cartridges to be given away - Happy Valentines Day!  This cartridge has quickly become one of my favorites and I haven't finished sharing all of my ideas for using these lovely and intricate images.

Here’s How to enter this SWEET Give-Away:

1. If you are not yet a follower of Cuttlebug Challenge, become one. All followers will receive ONE entry for a chance to win.
2. Leave a comment on the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog. ONE entry for a chance to win will be given for each comment made on ANY post throughout the week … beginning Sunday, February 7th and continuing through Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14th, until 11:55 PM Eastern Time.

That’s it … That’s all you have to do. Now how SWEET is that? Winners will be announced on the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog on Monday, February 15th at 6:00 PM Eastern Time.


  1. Sweet!!! Would LOVE to win this cartridge - so many great projects to copy!

  2. It is my favorite cartridge also and since I already have it I won't enter to win. I will start taking your DS lessons since I don't know very many things to do with the program. I'm going to spend this weekend doing cards for your neighbors. Thank goodness little kids get over things pretty fast.

  3. That title is so stinkin' cute!

  4. Happy Valentine's Day! I am a follower of Cuttlebug Challenge
    and would love to be entered in your drawing. Many thanks, Cindi


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