Saturday, July 3, 2010

card giveaway!



You might have noticed the word "giveaway" in my blog title. Yes, there is indeed a giveaway! So, I'm making some save-the-dates for a friend and taking out my dusty gocco printer and trying to make it work. I was pretty discouraged because my screens kept getting printed poorly! I've printed with it before and it turned out alright, but I guess I've never tried printing out large areas and the carbon never seems to get spread out evenly enough (even with the use of the filter). I'm still in the process of trying to figure out what to do. After reading some tutorials, I figure I'm going to go trek to the nearest library and make some photocopies and try one more time.

Anyways, in my discouragement, I decided to burn a different design using riso pens instead of printouts. It turned out alright, not really to my liking, but still nice enough that I didn't want to throw them away. So here, they are! A card set of 3 "you make me feel like i'm home" cards. They're not perfect, each with more imperfections that I can take (even being a gocco print), so here they are to be given away!


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Giveaway requirements

All you have to do is leave a comment on this post by Sunday (July 11th) at 4pm about a person that makes you feel like you're home and why they do. I will choose a winner though a random number generator after that and you get to take these babies home! I don't have many blog readers, so you probably have a really good chance at getting this card set. I'm also going to include other little goodies that I want to give away, so be sure to enter!

Have a blessed day!

4 comments:

Katie said...

I would love to give these to the au pair family i will be living with! I think that this would be a great card to give to them to let them know how much i appreciate them letting me into their home :)

kshuttle@uoguelph.ca

Emily Yao said...

Choose me choose me!! :)

Charissa - The Gifted Blog said...

I'm in! How fun that you're hosting this.

My husband makes me feel like I'm home. Early on in dating, I realized I felt really comfortable around him, not self-conscious like I had felt around past crushes. When I decided I wanted to marry him, it was in large part because I felt so comfortable around him, so normal, so okay to be myself. He's a good man.

sasu said...

My mom drew me a "Welcome Home!" banner when I got home from school for the summer :D I like sending her pretty cards when I'm away!
-sarah