Friday, October 26, 2007

TGI FRIDAY FREEBIE IS BACK!!!!!!

Even though the unpacking process is still underway, it is time for some fun! So that means it is time for the return of the TGI FRIDAY FREEBIE!

Since everyone has hung in there with me and waited for me to get back online, I would like to offer something a little special. This week's TGI FRIDAY FREEBIE is a $15 Stampin' UP! Gift Certificate!! That is right, $15 for you to spend on Stampin' UP! product! The certificate is only good when you place your order through me and it does expire November 9th, 2007.

Here's how you enter this week's TGI FRIDAY FREEBIE give-away. Leave me a comment on this post sharing which stamp set are you using for your holiday cards this year? Not making your cards this year, then tell me which is your favorite holiday stamp set.

I'll pick the name at random on Monday (10/29) at noon CST and announce the winner here! I'll also share their comments as well as my favorite holiday stamp set. Share this great TGI FRIDAY FREEBIE with your friends. They will thank you for the chance to win!

Have a great weekend!

9 comments:

Pat S. said...

Hi Maria!
I'm glad the Friday Freebies are back, too! Thank you for offering a chance to win just the best prizes :)

I do make my Christmas cards every year. I will be using the old retired sets...like Beary Merry Christmas.

Laura D said...

I make my holiday cards every year and this year actually I am not using a SU set. My husband decided he didn't like the Christmas sets this year and chose one from another company that portrayed the message he wanted. Men.

mehitabel said...

I probably won't get a chance to make cards this year, but I do love to do scrapbook pages using the different stamp sets--sometimes I'll even do a whole book with one or two coordinating sets! This year, I think I'll be using the two holiday sets on p. 45 of the catalog, Snowfall and the Jumbo Bold Snowflakes wheel. If I can't have real snow, then I'll just "stamp my art out!"

Pat S. said...

Hi Maria!
I'm glad the Friday Freebies are back, too! Thank you for offering a chance to win just the best prizes :)

I do make my Christmas cards every year. Last year I used Peaceful Wishes on every card...though none of them were alike. This year, I am using Basic Grey paper as the main theme, with very little stamping.

tanja said...

Hi Maria!
Glad you are back online. I know, it seems your entire life is tied to it, from paying bills to staying in touch with your friends and loved ones.....

I'll be making Christmas cards again this year too, but not sure how many I'll do. I'll just send handmade ones to the people I know will care and appreciate it. I'll be using "Frosty" this year. You'll see how it'll turn out.

Tanja

Pat S. said...

Hi Maria!
I'm glad the Friday Freebies are back, too! Thank you for offering a chance to win just the best prizes :)

I do make my Christmas cards every year. This year I'm going to try something new that I found in the Nov. issue of CardMaker Mag...they used a large snowflake from a Basic Grey paper, and sewed beads onto the tips and the center...beautiful!

Cathy Bartlett said...

I will be making different cards this year because I find it hard to make so many of the same card. LOL! I will use Perfect Presentation for one card, Lovely as a Tree for another and I found a tent card with Holiday Tag Team that I am going to case. Thank you!

Cathy, cpbartlett@sstelco.com

Scott & Courtney said...

Welcome back! I probably missed your drawing, but wanted to post anyway. I will not be making my Christmas cards this year, I'll be lucky to even send them out with a new baby at home. If I were making my cards, I would use the angel from the Holy Triptych in the holiday mini catalog.

heather phillips said...

I think I missed the deadline but I'll let you know my set anyway :) I will be using Season of Joy for most of my cards and probably doing a couple with The Snowflake Spot and Loads of Love.