Tuesday, 18 December 2007

Competition Time again...


Well Christmas is almost upon us and so I feel that it is time for a little competition.

I have been getting a great response to the new Mini Catalogue, and am hoping to buy myself a couple more items from it that I can demonstrate at my January and February workshops. Here's what I'd like you to do. If you dont already have a copy of the new Mini Catalogue, click here to see it. Have a look through and I'd like to know which item most appeals to you. If I have a good idea of what people like, then it will make it easier for me to choose what to buy to add to my tool kit. Please comment on the blog here with your answer, and make sure that you include your name and email. Alternatively if you are a subscriber (which means you regularly get my updates in your email inbox) I will already have your email address to contact you if you win. If you dont already receive email updates, please consider subscribing (see details on the right hand side of this blog) so that you won't miss specials, competitions or any other updates.

What can you win? Your choice of any roll of ribbon either from the main catalogue or from the Mini. You might have noticed that quite a few of my new cards feature the Wide Grosgrain ribbon and it's just gorgeous. But if you are a fan of the standard grosgrain or the organdy or gingham ribbons, then you could pick one of those too. The choice will be yours should you win!

So come on guys, what will be the big sellers in the New Mini?

*Entry open only to Australian residents but not to other Stampin'Up demonstrators. Although of course other demonstrators are free to comment!

10 comments:

Michelle said...

Just love your work. Thanks for the inspiration and I hope you and your family have a wonderful christmas. Michelle

Zarna said...

Hey, I'm a demo (brand new - yay!!!) so don't enter me in the comp but i'm in love with the basic outline wheel & coordinating set (name escapes me and my mini is out of reach atm) I also love the loves me (?) ds paper but am not that fond of the matching stamps.

Robyn said...

Great card, love those colours. My favourite set in the new mini is Carte Postale - so many stamps, so many possibilities. It's high on my wish list.
Hope you have a great Christmas and thanks for the chance to win some ribbon.

Anonymous said...

Hi Linda,
it's michelle duncan here - i love the carte postale as well as the french flair (and if i was going all out would vote for the coordinating jumbo roller).
Wishing you a beautiful christmas!
Michelle

Alex Hughes said...

Mmmm....so many nice ones to choose from. Really like Small Sayings (versitile and cheap), Happy Thoughts (same), & Love Matters (just adorable!). But I think my choice would be Big Blooms. Love those delicious HUGE flowers!

Alicia Kaczmarczyk said...

Hey Linda,

Wow! You always make beautiful cards.
I love!!!
Stem Silhouettes
Au chocolat papers
enchante papers
and the leaves a la carte jumbo roller.

Alicia K

Anonymous said...

My favourite (as u know) is carte postale stamps, it lends to so many colours and patterns.
So secondly i would say the Leaves a la carte, yet i cant say i am a big fan of those birds in french flair...Nerida

dani glew said...

Hi Linda

At a glance, there are my faves in the new catalogue. The wide ribbon is AWESOME

big blossoms,
stem silhouettes
leaves a la carte roller
small sayings

merry xmas, big cuddles to you
Dani

Courtenay Heuston said...

The choice for us stampers is really quite extensive. The set 'Best Bar Codes' is versatile and stylish without being expensive.
Great comp - Thankyou I can't wait for my party.

robynlynette said...

Congrats Linda on being accepted for publication - your work is beautiful, so it was only a matter of time! I am a huge fan of the wide grosgrain ribbon - especially Certainly Celery