Thursday, August 14, 2008

Paper Sack Book!! A chance to win this!!

Here you go! A chance to win a paper sack book made by none other than little ol'me! I used Moonlight Christmas with the Sparkles © throughout this little memory book. The tutorial on how to make this book yourself can be found here on Belinda's site:

I hope you enjoy reading the tutorial, and if you would like to win this book, please leave a comment on this blog entry of mine, telling me what you think of the tutorial and paper sack books in general. If you are a member of the Clear Artistic Stamps yahoo group, your comment counts as two entries into the drawing!! So be sure to mention in your comment if you are in the group!!! (OK, just to make it fun, all of you who are not on the yahoo group, you can join here):

Join the Yahoo Group

At 11 pm eastern on Saturday, August 16th I will use a random number generator to choose a winner among the comments to this blog entry. The winner will receive the book that I made for the tutorial along with some extra goodies that I will include in the package.

Blessings to all of you, and thanks for reading!


stampinc said...

This is just beautiful. I would love to be the lucky stamper to win this very inspiring paper sack book that you made. Thanks for a chance.

djeanclark said...

Beautiful --just beautiful. Thanks so much for all your hard work. And--YES-- of course I belong to our Yahoo group!!!!

LadyDoc said...

This looks GREAT!!! I can't tell you what I think of Paper Sack Books for myself yet, as I haven't tried them yet, but with this easy tutorial, I'm sure they'll be no problem to try. THANKS!!!

Kim Marie said...

I love your book...especially the tag pages!! Also, I am planning to make some with some white paperbags I've been hoarding! I'd love to have the "model" to look at IRL ;)

And I'm in the Yahoo group...but I bet you knew that;)

Linda said...

I am a member of Clear Artistic Stamps and love all of the messages. Love the tutorial---I am already to start making them. Have Sacks already punched and ready to go.
Linda Peterson