BLOG CANDY

Do you want some blog candy? Well, I am celebrating 20,000 hits! That is good for me. I didn't realize my blog made it past that milestone for me already. All you have to do is leave a comment on what type of card or technique you would like to see me create in a video tutorial and you are entered in the drawing.

Some of you have told me you do not know how to leave a comments. Look at the bottom of this post and you will see little words and/or numbers that shows, i.e. o comments, 1 comments, 2 comments, etc. There is a little envelope and pencil by it. Click on that line and it will take you to a window to leave a comment. You type your comment in the box, and click Name/URL and it will open a little box for your name. To enter your comment click publish your comment. Oh, don't forget to put the secret code in the box under your comment. This is to help stop spam.

This packet of goodies will include rub-ons, stickers, CTMH edge distresser, embossing pen, baby embellishments and I will throw is some this and thats I come across in my scraproom.



Happy Stamping!

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33 comments:

Wendy said...

I don't know what techniques I would like to see but I do like to know how to make different cards. (like the waterfall card)

Shannon said...

I would love to see ideas on baby pages using the sweet pea paper or the spring harmony colors. Thank You

cmcLaura in OH said...

I have found very few CTMH blogs, most are SU. I have yours in my google reader so I read every post you write. I love your videos...very nice. I am a relatively new stamper(few months) so I am not sure what techniques are out there. I like the things that are different from the traditional card. Either moving pieces, opening differently, etc. Thanks for asking and thanks for offering the blog candy.

Lisa said...

I'd love to see a masking technique. Every time I do it I seem to do something different. And I never love anything I do. Thanks!

CAKVD said...

I would love to see a card featuring paste embossing. I've done it before, but I think I'm missing something, as the edges seem to bleed out from under the stencil. If you could help out, that would be great! Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

stampinc said...

Congrats on your hits! I love to try any kind of technique. I love to see different types of card shapes and styles. Thanks for a chance.

Anonymous said...

I'm with Wendy. I would love to see a tutorial on the water fall card.
Thanks for a chance at your candy.
Janie

mmoor49@columbus.rr.com

Lisa said...
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Lisa said...

Hmmm...I would love to see some ideas using the distressing tools or maybe some watercolour ideas.
Keep those videos coming! You are doing a great job on them and I look forward to them each and every week!

lhouse@execulink.com

Julie A. said...

What fabulous blog candy! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win it! I have a young son and many friends who are expecting their first, so I would love to see any ideas that you have for baby-themed scrapbook pages or baby shower cards.

jenn, jj, nani said...

Congrats on the hits! (I just found your blog a couple days ago, so I'm only responsible for about a dozen of them. lol)

I love the tutorials I've seen, but haven't made it through all of them yet. Please forgive me if I suggest something you've done, but I think your cards just have a very finished look to them. As opposed to the cards that just sort of look like they're "missing something".

I think a tutorial where you take a handful of already done cards from "nice" to "wow" would be awesome, to give us a few ideas on how to take things to the next step.

jenn

Stampin Cats said...

I would like to see a one a shacker box of some sort. Great blog and blog candy. Thanks for asking what I would like to see.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to see a tutorial on paper piercing! Thanks for the chance!

Cindy C.
cac1957@hotmail.com

Patty W said...

I'm relatively new to stamping, so I love all tutorials! I've not seen one yet on how to paper piece a card or do the piercing technique. Or how to ink an embossed image. Thanks!

Primitive Seasons said...

I'd like to see you do more videos. Love those and more unusual layered things and more 3D things. Count me in for the candy too!
Mary

Melissas said...

I love your blog, and would like to see a tutorial or video on making a shaker card. they are too cute, and I have never tried one! Thanks for sharing blog candy :)

CandyScraps said...

Hi Kim! :)
I read your blog every day and love your video tutorials. Thanks so much for sharing and for the chance for some lovely blog candy.
As for what video tutorial I'd like to see...I LOVE 3-d and movable items. I would love to see a slider card, a waterfall card, paper boxes, etc.

Candy
papercandy@gmail.com

Sally said...

I would love to see a tutorial on utilizing paint and or glitter. I have a lot of both, but not may ideas beyond the usual for how 2 use them. Thanks!

Sara said...

I'd love to see a technique that is one of your favorites. Thanks for the chance to win.
Sara

Annelies said...

Congratulations on the hits! I'd like to see tutorials on any faux technique.

dasimonds said...

"Congratulations"..
on your 20,000+ hits!!
I love your videos..
I love "seeing" how it is done..
makes it less intimidating!
I like seeing techniques...
coloring/blending...watercoloring.
also adding hardware..brads etc.
Different ribbon placements.
**Thanks for a chance to WIN your Blog Candy!!

Maria said...

I would like to see different kinds of cards. Thanks for the chance to win. Love your blog, all your projects and video tutorials.

Mandiannie said...

I'm always on the lookout for creative cards. i like the ones that aren't square or rectangle but some other fun shape.

Debbie H said...

I would like to see a "Just Because" card - that could be used for a friend , just to let them know that you are thinking of them! Bright , cheerful colors would be great!

Linda SS said...

Congrats on all those well deserved hits! Your videos are great, as are you projects. I need instruction on how to color with chalk, especially when it comes to coloring dry embossing projects.

Coolette said...

I would like to see a card for a Summer Party or a BBQ party. I can't stand this weather any more. So maybe a card will bring warmth and sunlight.

Ghazal(ghazal_31005@yahoo.com) said...

Congrats on the hits, keep up the good work. I would love to see some tutorials on coloring techniques.

patti e said...

Congrats on the 20,000+ hits! I'm really enjoying your blog. I'd like to learn how to add color to black and white pictures. I've seen some fun examples, but not the technique used. Thanks!

Inkyfingerz said...

I am not sure about one specific technique. But sure enjoy your blog!! Keep sharing!!

Terese said...

I would like to see various techniques using the Distressing Kit I bought through CTMH.

You're doing a great job with your blog and love the videos!

Linda said...

20,000 hits!! Wow!
I would love to see more techniques using chalk.

Bluemoon said...

I get confused reading descriptions without pictures...I'm so geeky that way!
I'd love to see the waterfall card also, but also any special fold or movement card, not just the fold, but ideas on how to stamp/decorate it. I'd also like to see this small tiny card I saw, I believe called a push/pull card? using a bit of plastic bag inside? cute for xmas.

thanks for asking, can't wait to check out your site. :) cheers.
bluemoonbynite at yahoo dot com

Hilmarose said...

I would love to win this blog candy!

I would like to see more different folds for cards!