Monday, January 7, 2008

January Blog Candy Bonanza # 3

Thank you for visiting my blog again! I'm celebrating this week, with THANK YOU gifts for readers who visit so often that I've had ten thousand visits here since July, when I started my blog.

This third set of blog candy lets you CHOOSE what you want!

There are four separate blog candy posts this week, so make sure you see them all.

Two of my design team bosses have generously donated goodies for my celebration!

On offer for Blog Candy # 3 is one mounted rubber stamp up to a value of $17.00 from Donna Feledichuk, the owner of Scrapper's Haven, in cool Lac La Biche, in the western Canadian province of Alberta.

THANKS Donna!

So, to win this stamp, please leave a comment on this post after you visit Donna's website and browse through her stamps. Then let us know which mounted wooden stamp most interests you, and how you'd envision using it.

Donna has generously offered to pay for shipping of the winner's stamp. If you decide you need more from the site, she'll provide a generous shipping discount towards your order.

Scrappers Haven frequently hosts delightful contests, so visit often! Donna has a great newsletter too, so make sure you sign up for that...isn't it FUN to get something for free!?

WHEW! Okay, this random draw for one winner will be done Sunday January 13th. The winning draw will be posted Sunday, the winner will have 24 hours to contact me, so please do check back Sunday evening.

If I don't hear back from the winners within 24 hours, an alternate draw will be made.

Good luck!

43 comments:

christie said...

Well this is the one I really like :http://www.scrappershaven.ca/catalog/popup_image.php?pID=3870&osCsid=dd9ca9c110722c4dc7f635e60396db91

I picture as a wonderful background stamp on a autumn card!!

Aunt T said...

Whoooo - I'm loving the Pathway's stamp. It reminds me of the road my grandparents used to live on. I can visualize the cover of a family photo album with some farm animal images lining the Pathway! Hmmm - I may have to order this stamp!

Teresa

loobylou said...

Thanks so much Donna and Deborah
This is the one I like
http://www.scrappershaven.ca/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=43_112_195&products_id=3663&osCsid=08ab28fcf655b93ec4b3efbe2ec77388

I picture using that flowers on alcohol ink backgrounds and smackin'acetate backgrounds to make lots of gorgeous birthday cards for my fellow Shackies
sarah
loobylou@stamp-shack.com

Anonymous said...

I liked the stamp lamb awaiting and many many more.A beautiful site with even a rare siting of a picture of Deborah.Lots of wonderful stamps tp choose from.

Anonymous said...

PS the last anonymous entry the one about the great pic of Deborah is mine Heather / Keltie

spredbirds said...

I like the word stamps where it says a word up vertically and then more horizontally ... very lovely and they are great additionas to any card.

Beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Wow what great stamps. I think my two favorites are the ice skating pond and the polar bears both would make great winter time cards. The ice skating stamp could also be used on my winter time pages of winters and Xmas in Idaho. - Marla (mars)

Penny said...

Oooh, nice giveaways you have Deborah! I have a thing for solid flower stamps, I love using my watercolour crayons and doing the resist technique so I'd chose the solid dahlia or the coneflower - both of them have super shapes!

dini said...

I love the Hummingbird with Flowers stamp - I love to watercolor and this would be a fun one to do with the TH2O's. Beautiful little scene!

Dina

Paulette said...

My favourite is the pay stub collage stamp...i see beautiful tags using this one :o)

Conniecrafter said...

I would have to chose the Poinsettia Collage, I love collage stamps but have never tried one before, I would have to try coloring it with my pencils and Mineral Spirits.

Anonymous said...

I love the Agapanthus stamp, it has great graphic potential for cards, as does the coneflower. Thanks! Carolyn A.

~Kennie~ said...

Hi Deborah! I just adore the Florish Ornament Stamp as it's a stamp that's right up my alley for creating, and I've been eyeballing it at Scrappershaven for awhile! I would use it on a LO that has my niece and nephew on their little sleigh in the yard because it reminds me of a fancy snowswirl, like magic!
Kendra

Teresa said...

I'd love the fern silhouette stamp. It would look fabulous stamped in black on top of an acrylic paint background.

Jacqueline's Craft Nest said...

Congratulations Deborah with all your visits and for your generous blog candy offer. I loved all the different kinds of flower stamps as they are so versatile in card-making!

okanagan_spirit said...

I had a great first visit to the stamps on this site and really like the painted lady and swirl leaf stamps. It would be wonderful to add one of these to my limited collection of stamps.

ArtCricket said...

I love the pay stub collage stamp!
I can see myself using it all the time for backgrounds.

theresa said...

wow, what a great site. i really love this set. http://www.scrappershaven.ca/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=43_44_91&products_id=3408&osCsid=d34000964dcf1ffe53f49857dbfac7e6

I would use these stamps on cards to send to a dear friend. I have a dear friend who battling with cancer and I believe that she would love some words of comfort to help her through this difficult time in her life
Hugs
Theresa

Yogi said...

Lots of good stamps on her site, will be hard to choose...
Take care Yogi

Sandie R said...

Thank you Donna and Deborah for being so generous. I love Penny Black stamps but don't see them very often and this one,Winter Bough, is terrific. I can see using it not only for winter cards and such but also as an element in ATC, Skinny Art or any altered art project any time of the year. After all Holly grows all year doesn't it. LOL
http://www.scrappershaven.ca/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=43_44_140&products_id=2223&osCsid=0a707a289eea7a44704a4a7512645141

Allison said...

I didn't even know about this site and they are from my home province...yeesh! OK...this is just evil! Now I know I will be back there!

Here's one of many: http://www.scrappershaven.ca/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=43_44_140&products_id=1283&osCsid=15f123122b419eed86923d4e37aa585d

Cathy M said...

I love all the stamps. This is the one I really like....
Pay Stub Collage Stamp. I love the vintage look and it would look great on cards, scrapbook pages, and altered items.
Thanks so much for all the chances at your sweet candy Bonanaza!

Angel Wilde said...

Lots of good stuff, but I choose "Butterflies and Blossoms" by Impression Obsession. I fell in love with this set and hope I can win it, cuz I may have to get my hot little hands on it somehow. I am going to be making my brother's wedding invites and this would work for what I'm doing I think! Thanks for the chance!

JenMarie said...

I love the Penny Black Cheerful Giving stamp. I just love penguins. I can see it embossed in black.

CAKVD said...

I really like the Bamboo stamp! It is so versitle - I could use it on scrapbook pages, on cards, papercrafts, and altered items. How neat!
Cheryl KVD

The Feathered Nest said...

I love the new fern stamp and I especially LOVE the manuscript stamp....It would be so beautiful as a background on some of my tags and collages!!! Yummy site, thank you so much for showing it to us ~ xxoo, Dawn

Susan Liles susiestampalot said...

i just looked at every one of the rubber mounted stamps and there are so many fave's. but since we are coming upon Valentine's day, i would have to go with the heart with the flourish. i can see it with a beautiful "lovey" sentiment for a wonderful man--my husband! or some fun Valentine's love "coupons"!! see the theme here?

Anonymous said...

There were so many stamps I liked but I think the Watercolor Small Barn stamp has lots of possibilities. I could see collaging it with other fall stamps like pumpkins and grasses, flowers with it for spring with bunnies, snowy background for winter. I love it!
Mary Puskar

stamp and scrape said...

The stamp I like the most is the Celebrate Calligraphy stamp - such a lot of positive words all together. I would use this a lot!
Once again, thanks for the offer.
Ros

Sunnymommie said...

ohh Love stamps!!!

I would buy big swirl and journaling stamps

http://www.scrappershaven.ca/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=43_112_195&products_id=3396&osCsid=b7ba307a5096689a7c8f2023c140dc04

it perfect for me ..

Katey

mikesgal said...

I love the creek stamp. I would use it along with a deer stamp to make a Valentine's card for my honey. He loves being outside enjoying nature and wildlife. This stamp would remind him of his grandparent's farm. Thanks .

Janet B said...

I just love the "love Collage' stamp. I'm starting to really like background stamps and this would be great for Valentine's Day.

Thanks, Janet B
gladiola64@hotmail.com

Annelies said...

I would choose this one:
http://www.scrappershaven.ca/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=43_44_96&products_id=2348&osCsid=3b8cbcefb5954e96859f601814872d9c

One of my resolutions is to make christmas cards the whole year long, so I don't have to stress in December. I like this stamp because it is a totaly different style than the christmasstamps I already have.

scfranson said...

They are wonderful stamps and I can see myself using a lot of them. The one that caught my eye is the lamb and star, it just calls to me. I would use it on cards that I make for the cardsforheroes.org project that sends cards to Iraq for the troops.
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

Lori Mueller said...

The one stamp that caught my eye (because of the font) was the "peace" stamp. I don't have one; and would like to get this one due to its versatility (sympathy, christmas, etc.).

Brenda said...

What awesome stamps! I really like "Windswept Leaves"..I could make some amazing cards with it! Thanks for this chance to win!
~Brenda H.

Deb Neerman said...

'Butterflies and Blossoms,' hand's down!! Love that set; would be just wonderful for coloring.

TFS!

~Hugs

Anonymous said...

I love the gerber daisy stamp, gerbers are my favorite flower!! I would make lotsa girlie cards with that stamp! :)
Thanks for the chance to win!
Nicole L.
cutesy_face@hotmail.com

Kelly's Artistic Journaling said...

I absolutely fell in love with the "Garden Lady" rubber stamp. I can just picture an entire journal entry designed around this stamp. It is beautiful and whimsical and just so lovely. I REALLY hope to win it now!
Thanks for the chance!
Kelly

Susan said...

Oh, with my love of BUTTERFLIES...I would just have to pick the Butterflies and Blossoms. DUH! I can just imagine endless possibilities using the "wings" for creating butterflies and for images.

Amy said...

ok for me...Butterfly Ball Stamp
034-026-021...and you may think I'm nuts, but I've been searching for the "right" butterflies for a very long time ...for a tattoo I want to get on the small of my back..(I'd use it for papercrafting too of course) but I have to have these butterflies..they are perfect..Butterflies and dragonflies are one of my many "things"...:-)

Beth Norman said...

There's a dahlia stamp that would be awesome to use on top of the polished stone technique.

Linda SS said...

Forest Silence by Penny Black is my top choice. I received a beautiful Christmas card with this image, and the sender added a tiny siluette of santa's sleigh in the moon...it was just gorgeous & I could use this stamps for many occassions by doing something similar.