Friday, September 19, 2008

Over 5000 hits this week!!!

Can you believe it?? I've gotten over 5000 hits since I started my blog so today's surprise is...
Another drawing!!

This is a pocket journal book made from a manilla folder. You can keep photos, coupons, letters, whatever in the 4 inside pockets. Just leave a comment on this post and I'll draw a name a week from tomorrow (Sept. 27). Only 1 comment per person and I do moderate the comments so you may not see it for up to a day. And please include your email address so I can contact you if you are the winner!! Comment eligibility ends Sept. 26 at midnight. And, in case you're wondering, I used the Life is Short and Fancy Curls sets in making this journal. The paper is from our Khamalat SWIC which is now retired.

So, good luck or many blessings or whatever! Just remember, the time is short (bad pun) so get your comment made!


Huntress said...

Hi Carol,

What a creative idea - love it!

gail said...

Hi Carol,
Cute ides for Halloween treats!

ScrappinJenn said...

Your page is simple gorgeous would love to know how to make the folder album....Would keep me well organized LOL.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Carol! Blessings! 5000! plus! on the blog and creative Angel designs...on my way to Beth Moore author of study books covering Biblical subjects or Bible books...zzzz time on a normal Saturday. Over 4,500 attendees at Metra/Rimrock Arena (yes, mama! They sold the naming rights.) make a designated line sitter a great idea! Wish you were here! Isa. 32: 1-8.
Fine blog candy. Go, girl, to 500,000 more. Keep Looking Up!

Anonymous said...

You go, girl! Blessings from Montana, Big Sky Country!

Anonymous said...

Wow! What a clever idea. Great way to use up some old manilla folders I have. Thanks for sharing.

kelli said...

Wow congrats on the 5000 hits that is great. Love the idea what a way to recycle those file folders. I can't wait to try it out.
Keep stampin

satelite angel said...

Hey Gorgeous! Something is telling me you knew you were using one of my favorite stamp sets and the paper I've been hoarding forever. Nice, very nice. Talk soon. Luv Ya, Bye. Sandi

Pat WA said...

Great Idea. Need to learn how to make these. Would be multiple Christmas presents.

Glenna said...

Wow, Carol, 5,000 is a lot, but you have so many great samples to look at! I probably made 200 of those hits just this week.Ü
I received the 12 Christmas cards and decorated envelopes from your last drawing and they are awesome! Thanks you so much. I was on my way to a friend's house when the mail came so I opened the package at her house. She's not a stamper so she was totally in awe. She even asked if you make cards to sell.

Glenna said...

I posted yesterday but I must have made a mistake because it didn't show up. Congratulations, Carol, on 5,000 hits! I'm not surprised because you have so many great ideas and things to view in your gallery.

Thank you for the amazing dozen Christmas cards and matching envelopes you sent me as winner of your last drawing. I will use them with pride this Christmas with a note saying my friend in Arizona made them. Ü I'd feel guilty if my name was drawn again for your 5000th hit drawing, but I sure would like to have the manila folder in hand to use as an example for making more.

Niki said...

Congrats on 5,000 hits! I can see why so many people visit. Thanks for sharing your talent.


Anonymous said...

Very cool!


Anonymous said...

Bein' noble (willing volunteer) not a nable (fool) in everyday wearing on the inside and outside Jesus' love being shared with all we meet.
Well, there were a lot more themed ideas and bulletted sentence live with this on the wall or on your heart, practiced often. You kinda get the Lifeway Ministries weekend intent. Had to share some of the 'rest of the story' since the first blog entry to congrats you on 5000 plus!!

Brenda said... the pocket folder album...very nice! Also loved your design for the ScorPal swap on Paper Wings...showed it as a sample at my recent vendor booth, and got lots of neat comments on it! ;) Brenda (dsgnbiz1)

Anonymous said...

LOVE the manilla folder!! You turned it into something gorgeous!
Congrats on the 5000 hits!