We need to update some contests we’ve held recently and get some goodies out to our winners! Congratulations to all these lucky folks!
First, we had our Sunny Hello stamp – with these three lucky winners
You three winners need to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your U.S. Mailing Address.
Second, we participated in the Stamping for Autism Awareness Blog Hop which was so successful and touched so many people. We are really grateful for all of you who commented, made cards, and took a turn around the wonderful inspiration that folks created. What a fun time it was!
Our three winners of the Everyday Chicks Clear Stamps and Cutting Dies were:
You lovely winners need to email Veronica at email@example.com with your U.S. Mailing Address, since she was the hostess of the hop!
Congratulations to all the winners! Thanks so much for following along and playing with us!
We’re joining today with some awesome crafters to help raise awareness of Autism by creating some really fun stuff!! 1 in 68 children in America is diagnosed with some form of autism, and we all need to learn more about this disorder and how to work with and help autistic people and their families. April is Autism Awareness Month. We hope you’ll hop all around the blogs and show us some wonderful, supportive spirit. There are prizes for lucky U.S. Winners from the comments! Click on the picture below to check out the Autism Blog Hop. Click the picture above to visit the Autism Society and learn more about autism and how they are helping families that deal with this issue.
From Stampendous, we’re offering three sets of our Everyday Chicks Clear Stamps and Dies as prizes. Official Rules are always HERE. Our Chicks are designed so that you can stamp and die cut a whole chick family of any size , and show all your family’s everyday activities involving everyone! We’ll be sharing our Chicks all week, so we hope you’ll join us for our regular blog posts on Wednesday and Friday to see more of this great set in action. Here’s a card from our own Fran Seiford.