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Just Because Blog Candy **WINNER**

If I have done this correctly, this post will stay at the top of my blog until 11-2-10. To see my design team posts, click on the links in my side bar. ======>

I have been really lucky to have won several items in blog hops and challenges lately. So, I thought it was my turn to give a little something back. I decided to package up some of my favorite crafting things to give a way to a lucky winner. (Let me apologize for the quality of the pictures. I just couldn't get better ones.)



What can you win? Here is a picture of the entire lot.




Here is a closer look at some of the items. (Same as above, just different pics.)


Here is a list of all the goodies included:

**3 yards each of Hug Snug seam binding (1/2" wide) in 12 colors. All nicely packaged on clothes pins. This can be used as is or made into crinkled ribbon. The colors are:

* Christmas mix - Green, Red, Winter White

*Halloween mix - Orange, Purple, Black

*Neutrals mix - Beige, Cream, Brown

* Rose mix - Lt. Pink, Med. Pink, Fuschia

3 yards each of Hug Snug seam binding (1/4") wide in black & cream

3 yards each of bakers twine in red & white, navy & white, green & white, brown & white (4 colors)

3 yards each of twisted yarn in Cottage Twist & Barnwood Twist

4 small bags of skittles (similar to Dew Drops). 1 bag in each color of clear, blue, red, pink, and orange.

Each item is in a seperate little baggie so it doesn't get tangled.

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So what do you have to do to be in the draw? You can get 1 entry for each of the following things for a maximum of 3 entries:

* 1 entry for commenting on this post

* 1 entry for following my blog (existing or new follower)

* 1 entry for posting about my blog candy on your blog. (please include link directly to the post)

Just use the Linky Tool for your entries by Monday, 11-1-10, and I will use Random.org on the morning of 11-2-10 to pick a winner and will announce the winner later that same morning.

Good luck!



(If there is a problem with the linky tool, please leave your information in the comments.)

Comments

Joanne Gilch said…
love the ribbon on the clothes pins. wanted to do that but those kinda pins were not to be found around here back when I wanted them. Looks like a great bunch o' stuff. put me in for the lot!!!! Now let me go follow those directions...hmmmmm!
Karen B. said…
Oh look at the clothespins full of goodness and the bakers twine, what a fun prize and thanks for having it! I've been following for a while and so excited to "have met" someone from WI!
*Alison* said…
Cheryl,
What fun candy!! I have been a follower of your blog for a very long time.. :) Love all your creations.. I put the pic, in my sidebar, and of course I am posting.. thanks so much for the chance to win!! What great candy!! and SOOO nice of you to do that.. HUGS
Jenn Zeeb said…
I posted this on my blog and linked it, am following and I will reg. with Mr linky. Thank you for the opp to win this. Maybe your luck can rub off on me!!
iReneM said…
Oh my, Cheryl! What soooper candy.
Blog linked, following and commented, I appreciate 3 chances to win this yummy stash. - thank you :-)
x
Margie said…
Girl, I am a follower now-I thought I already was!
Donna Sue said…
What an amazing prize! Thanks for the chance--I'm a follower.
Cheryl Winget said…
What wonderful creations! Thank you for sharing your talent and your blog candy.
Yvonne Russell said…
This is so generous of you. I'm already a follower of your blog and have added my name to Mr Linky above.

Love all those wonderful crafty faves you've gathered together. Thank you for the chance... much appreciated.
WOWOWOW! Thanks for this fabulous giveaway:) I am a new follower--and excited to visit again:) THANKS!!

sbmmhoover {at} {yahoo} dot {COM}
Shelly Schmidt said…
What an awesome giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!
María Castillo said…
Hi Cheryl!! I´m now following you, I saw your awesome cards al The Latte Lounge and I love them!! I signed for your candy too!! Cheers from Costa Rica, María
Bonnie said…
How fun!! And, what a great prize! I came here to get the details on how to create your gorgeous Christmas wreath card & saw this chance to win blog candy! Yay!!
Wanda said…
Hi!
What a wonderful giveaway!!! Will be perfect for my Christmas projects!!!
thank you for your generosity!!!
best regards,
Wanda C.

wanda.contreras@yahoo.com
Wanda said…
I JUST became a follower of your blog!!!
Thank you,

Wanda C.

wanda.contreras@yahoo.com
Anne Marie said…
This is fabulous blog candy! I am already following you but had to leave a comment here, too! :)

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