Saturday, November 21, 2009

Ready to win 24 Christmas cards??

Today is the final day to enter the drawing for these 2 dozen Christmas cards!

There are 24 cards with envelopes available to some lucky person!! Now, if you are receiving the post by email or Facebook you MUST come to my blog to enter!! Very important!

1. Leave a comment on THIS post with your email addy (so I can contact you if you win) of how many cards you send each year. (1 entry in the drawing)
2. Become a follower. (1 entry in the drawing)
3. Tell your friends. Those who comment MUST tell me who told them about this drawing. If your name is mentioned you get another entry in the drawing.
4. Mention this drawing on your site and let me know and get another entry in the drawing.

Entries end November 21 at midnight Mountain Standard Time. I'm looking forward to hearing from you!

If you have any questions you can contact me by way of the "Contact Me" in the sidebar or by the chat box down a ways in the sidebar! Good luck!!


Trudy Osborn said...

Carol, these are wonderful Christmas sure were rockin' on those this year

Bobbie said...

Hi Carol -
Awesome cards. I send out between 25 and 70 cards a year. I'm already signed up for your blog posts. Please enter me for your drawing.
Bobbie Czajka
mamacz at sbcglobal dot net

Anonymous said...

Carol, I am always blownaway by your talent. the cards are beautiful.I found out about this drawing on the computer so I guess you told me about it. my e-mail addresss is
See you soon Diane

Anonymous said...

Hey Carol! I always love your work. I sent about 50 cards per year. Whew! You'd think I'd start Christmas cards in July, not!

Have a wonderful Christmas!
Sue Stenzel
have a great Thanksgiving too!

Anonymous said...

Carol: Love the cards. I found out about the drawing via computer. I usually send approximately 40 cards each year. Please enter me in the drawing!!!

Janett Grady

Anonymous said...

Hi Carol,
I send about 25 cards out. I like the sample cards. You do a great job creating the samples. I like to look at samples for inspiration. My e-mail is
hope I win!

Jody Briles said...

Hi Carol, I love your cards and would love to win them. I found out about the drawing in an email to you on our AZ Stampers group. Jody

Anonymous said...

Carol, Your beautiful 'burning ears' have a way of knowing when to pop in! You were mentioned in conversation today during hospital time. Family health condition after a right side stroke with a wee left side facial effects visible all have improved to take on an Applebee's near the airport lunch out practicing everything 'therapied' in New Hope Rehabilitation Center, St. Vincent Hospital! After all these weeks of hospital visitation travel seeing your card candy drawing coming near was so refreshing. Of course, I had to secure a comment box!!! about all those 24 colorful technique filled Christmas celebration cards. This year at least 100 cards will go out as we have stroke victim coming home the day before Thanksgiving and all that 'down' time to fill between therapies and meals where left hand card signing will be practice intensive. All your designs are so very appreciated. Keep Looking UP! same addy in MT missing you!!!

Glenna said...

I know firsthand that your work is beautiful.....very straight, good color choices, no smudges etc. Ü
I send out up to 70 cards if I get the entire list done. The last couple years some people haven't heard from us. I'm trying to do better this year.
Sure wish we could all get together again!!!
Glenna S.

Brenda Lance said...

Hi Carol - Beautiful cards. I had a third job for about a month (just a fill in), so I haven't stamped in forever.:(

I send out about 50 cards during the holidays - if I manage to get them all done! Sometimes the girls help me . . .

I heard about the contest on Christianstamper group.

Brenda (

Anonymous said...

Carol I would like to win somw of your Christmas cards. I was looking thur your web page I saw where you was talking about the 1989 Montana Cantennil Drive, I end up work the steers after the drive as they went to a feedlot down in Neb. It was a long Job with there big horns but fun. Sena