Tuesday, 22 April 2014

You're My Best Mate & GIVEAWAY | AWW

It's an exciting day today!! 
We are having a GIVEAWAY!! 
You have 4 chances to win for all TEN Artisans!! That's a lot of chances!!
I am giving away the paper and stamp set used to create this project. 
Hide Tide DSP and Hello, Sailor - although I don't sail, we live on a beautiful island on the East Coast of North America called Newfoundland, so this paper will be loved and used over and over.
(You'll have to get the gold sequin trim on your own - HA!)

PS. Did you notice that the silver glimmer paper is on the retired list... Umm... you better get it.  Free shipping now until April 25th! Hurry!!

Literally I created these by throwing things on top of the paper.  And that meant a handful of sequins.  They practically created themselves!!


Now for my giveaway details...

a Rafflecopter giveaway
But make sure you keep on hopping to Cindy because you have lots of chances to win!! And we are here every week so always drop by to see our projects!
Love to all,
Cathy


73 comments:

  1. Great projects with this DSP and stamp set. I don't sail either but love the beach.

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  2. Super Cute! I LOVE all the sequins!

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    1. Sequins are addictive!! I hope we see more int he new catalog! Thanks for dropping by!

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  3. Ok, seriously??!! I love everything you make. Never stop creating. Ever.

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    1. Awww you are too sweet - nicest comment e-ver. :>

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  4. You can never have too many beach stamps! Brenda

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  5. What a fun stamp set...and project you made!

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  6. Very cute project, makes me want to head to the beach!

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  7. For me, this stamp set and DSP were sleepers; I must have skipped over them numerous times in the catalog -- then I see gorgeous projects like yours with such fabulous simplicity! Now I must have both! Thinking winning thoughts... thank you for the inspiration!

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    1. Totally hear you on that Jeanie - I passed over it a number of times and then we received it inour box. One thing that is critical for me is that I like white over vanilla... this DSP set had white as a base when many papers by SU is very vanilla. And the B side of all the paper is great. The Pacific Point and Smoky slate is really special, in my opinion.... so I bought more DSP!!! (Which is strange for me... I rarely need more than 12x12 sheets of white cardstock)

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  8. Hi!

    Love your projects! :)

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  9. i wish I could row that boat on over there to craft with you.. you are amazingly talented and I love your creations Every. Single. Week!

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  10. Cathy, you are too hilarious! I love following your blog! These are super cute! Would love this set!

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    1. Gotta tell ya, I love your name, "mclove". And thanks for dropping by today! Good luck!!!!!! "May the odds be in your favor..."

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  11. I love this set and don't have it yet. So many techniques make up a great project. Thanks.

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  12. Absolutely stunning cards!! Looooove all the sequins!

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  13. I have been eyeing this since the catty came out but have not hit the submit to order yet! I love all things nautical but was not sure I could use this much, however, after seeing so many wonderful creations I think its a must have for everyone!!

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  14. Thanks for the chance to win blog candy! Meredith245 at yahoo dot com

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  15. So I really didn't think I needed this set or paper but I am in LOVE with what you created here!! Plus you can never go wrong with glitter and sequins!

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  16. Sail away,sail away. Really cute card even if it was "trown " together.

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  17. Fab as always, adore nautical stuff!
    Your props are too cute!

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  18. I adore this stamp set and the paper. I have been looking at it and going back and forth should I or shouldn't I lol. Adore these cards, love the gold sequins.

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  19. I never really 'got' the sea images until I saw them on Artisan designs. Thanks

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  20. Beautiful creations as always! I would never have thought to put the silver glimmer paper with the gold sequins and you example shows me they look great together!! -Kristal

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  21. I love all your creations! What a wonderful imagination!!

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  22. Loving the use of the gold sequins on these cards, fabulous

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  23. I can picture you and Jane throwing the gold sequins around creating a beautiful golden shower! As always you create such beautiful designs! Do you think SU will ever cow out with some fun cow stamps!!?

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  24. I would like it all . Beautiful cards. East Coast is beautiful

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  25. Beautiful creations as usual!!

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  26. I love the colors and how you added the bling to the cards. The little bits of gold really pop against the blue and white background on the first card. The designs are perfect for a man too. I never have enough ideas that are bright and fresh like this for a man. My designs usually use dark colors. This will make me think outside the box more now. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I have really loved following you and the Artisan Blog Hop this year. You are a very talented lady!

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  27. I, too, live on the east coast but farther south in SC. Everything about the beach makes me happy and I fell in love with this stamp set and DSP when it came out! I love your cards and the sequins just make the cards pop!

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  28. Love the set and paper. Your gold sequins are the "highlight" of the card.

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  29. Love the card you made with this set!

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  30. love how you used the gold sequins on your cards ... LOVING the DSP!!!

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  31. You rocked the nautical look! Love the cards!

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  32. Love this! I love the boat card! Very creative, as always!

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  33. living along the pacific ocean in seaside california look forward to the seashore items that stampin up comes up with. love this dsp...more on the next order. your blog is an inspiration!! fingers crossed to get lucky and win this set. the sequins just add a pop. wish the came in silver.

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  34. Cathy, Love your use of bright colors and bling! Great to see Project Life on your Pinterest page. Thank you.

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  35. Your cards are are wonderful! We do not sail either but my sweetheart was in the Navy years ago and there are a few stamps that I can use from this set to help bring back memories for him...along with the coordinating DSP!

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  36. What a lovely combination!! Reminds me somehow of the song from Natasha Bedingfield - Soulmate :-)

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  37. Lots of glimmer and shine. I wouldn't have thought to put that with that stamp set.

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  38. Love the glittery paper and the cards :) I'm into all things nautical at the moment! Thanks for sharing!

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  39. Love your cards!!! The one with the stripes is my favorite. I don't have this stamp set, but would love to win it. Thanks so much for your inspiration & a chance to win!!!

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  40. Your cards are awesome! I don't have this stamp set and would love to win it!!

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  41. Handsome project for the fellows!

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  42. Adorable! Especially like the burlap wreath.

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  43. I just pinned this! I cant figure out which card is cuter. I love the embellishments of one and the "simplicity" of the other. (Nothing Artisan is simple...true artists)

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  44. Love all the sparkle! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  45. I love your style, always so creative. The sequins are the perfect touch!

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  46. I love love love that stamp "you're my best mate"! thanks for sharing!!

    brenna

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  47. Cute card! I need to get some sequins!

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  48. With a hubby who is ex-Navy and two sons, these nautical products are perfect for me! I love what you did with them!

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  50. Love the sequins, I can never seem to make them look good on a card!

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  51. I always wonder how to add sequins to a project...now I know...just sprinkle them lol!!! Great idea

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  52. I LOVE your card and think it's adorable! Thank you for posting!

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  53. I'll just bet adding those sequins was alot of fun - and they look fabulous too! They are definitely one of my fav's.

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  54. Love what you did with these Hello Sailer pieces - I plan to copy these cards!

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  55. I didn't think I needed this stamp set. After seeing your card, I do!!!! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  56. I LOVE your projects! Every one! They're super cute! I passed over this set, what a mistake that was! especially after seeing your creations!

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  57. Awesome projects! What a fun collection. Thanks for inspiring!

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  58. Inspiring cards. Love your work! TFS

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  59. I am in love with the silver glimmer paper glad to see some more ideas on how to use it.

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  60. I love these projects. I love the mix of metallic with the boldness of the High Tide DSP. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  61. Fab projects as always, Cathy dear!

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  62. My favorite by far!! Love this set!

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  63. Hey Cathy - LOVE your stuff as usual !! I don’t have any of the products used, except for my beloved sequins. Cant wait for the new catty to see that they have TONS more (fingers crossed) Love ya !

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  64. Love the sprinkled bits of sparkly stuff! And you just can't lose with a nautical theme! Thanks for sharing your amazing talents with us!

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  65. I love your card and this stamp set. Great Job!
    Bonnie R.

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  66. Super cute! I love the pop of red with the tiny heart on each. The glimmer paper sure adds a lot of sparkle as well. WHY did this get discontinued?

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