Happy Friday! Today is my day to post on the Creative Charms blog. I enjoy participating on the Design Team and I always have fun thinking of ways to use their great products! Be sure to check out the Creative Charms blog HERE to see all of the projects my fellow Design Team members have shared.
This week I tried a few "off the page" ideas. You can see a bit more about these projects on the Creative Charms blog. Be sure to also read THIS POST - Creative Charms is trying something new and including a ticket for every $15 you spend when your order is shipped. They are awarding a prize to one ticket holder with the lucky number twice each month and will send the prize with your next order.
So...you probably are wondering what is being added to the boxes today... I told you yesterday that there would be three different sets of items added so now the boxes are not identical - just to add to the fun and the suspense for the eventual winners!
Friday's additions are three fabulous sets of Creative Charms items
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Thanks to Creative Charms for sending me lots of extra items to include in the boxes. I also added some more from my "stash" to round out the three collections.
These boxes are really starting to fill up - and there are still four more days to go! If you just landed on this page and haven't already posted on the first two days be sure to go back and add your comments to maximize your chances.
To answer a few logistical questions that have come up...it is easier for me if you leave three separate comments - one to answer the question of the day and then a second and third for being a follower/subscriber and for "liking" my Capadia Designs Facebook page. If you have a Google account and your posting name is "clickable" to your profile with an email address that is fine - you don't have to retype your address. I just want to be sure that I can get in touch with the winners easily so I can mail the packages right away. It is fine to use "anonymous" when you post as long as you give me some contact info in the post. I hope that helps clarify any confusion.
Here are the directions from the original post - just to make it easier for you
So - what do you need to do to take part in this celebration? As always it's simple - just leave a comment. But not just any comment - each day I'll ask you to answer a question (just to keep things interesting!).
You don't have to be a blog follower or a subscriber to play along, but if you are, you can leave another comment and have a second chance each day as a way for me to thank you for your support. If you are a Facebook user you can also "like" the Capadia Designs page HERE and leave another comment telling me that you are a Facebook fan. I started the Facebook page at the request of some readers who wanted to keep up with my blog on Facebook and I am planning to start using the page in some new ways (more about that later).
You can leave comments everyday so you will have multiple chances to be one of the three winners. Please don't leave more than 3 on one day (1 comment, 2 follower or subscriber, 3 Facebook fan). When you leave a comment be sure that you don't have the box checked to be notified of follow up comments so you don't get tons of emails clogging up your in box. Please be sure to leave some way for me to contact you if you are one of the lucky three - you can leave your email address and use (at) and (dot) to help avoid spam.
I really enjoyed reading all of the comments and the stories about your favorite colors - so many interesting memories were shared. If you have the time to read through the comments I am sure you will be touched by some of the things others have written - color really has an enormous impact on us, both physically and emotionally. I added a few flower photos in some of the colors mentioned to this post - I hope you like them.
Now for Friday's question...
What tool or technique has made the greatest impact on your development as a crafter? How did you discover it and what helped you learn how to use it?
I hope you are having as much fun watching the boxes fill up as I am having as I decide what to put in them! I wish I could deliver them in person! To answer one more question - there are no geographic limits so please don't hesitate to leave comments if you are not in the US.
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