It has been quite a while since I did some blog candy eh? So how be I show ya a little love and offer some.
This post will stay on top until Sunday February 28 at noon Arizona time where I will pick a winner. Please scroll down for today's post, so you don't miss anything.
So what's up for grabs? A Sweet Pea Tote Bag, (that is so cute), a package of Playground Designer Buttons, an A to Z Stamp, approx. 15 yards of 15/16" Chocolate Chip Satin Ribbon, approx. 15 yards of 3mm Rope Twine, approx. 8 yards of Ribbon Originals Mistletoe and 3 of the 2010 Calendars, I used 2 1/2 calendars to make my calendar blocks.
So what do you have to do to have a chance to win all these goodies? Answer this question please:
What would you like me to show you on my blog? I run out of ideas so this will help. Please only ask to see Stampin' Up! stuff, please don't ask to see Cuttlebugs, Cricuts, Slicers, Dicers, Mixers, Plungers any of that…thanks!
and enter your answer in the comment area underneath this post, emailing me does not count. Please make sure to include your
email address, so I can contact you if you win (some peoples show up
some don't). Only one entry per person please, I will delete the
repeats…thanks!!! I will contact the winner on the 28th of February! Good luck! I have closed the comments and will be picking a winner….stay tuned.
Diana, I love your blog. It is my daily fix. I think it would be nice to list in your categories The name of your stamp set used.In the category for that particular stamp set you would store all cards, etc. that you used that set for. That way we can see a variety of ideas for a particular stamp set. Keep up the great work with your blog.
Elaine M. Wilson says
I just wanted to tell you that I enjoy your blog. What I enjoy seeing are the funny cards you make. The one's that you make with your own punch line. Your sense of humor is pretty funny, you have a contagious smile, and I think you would be a fun person to know! You have a fun blog….keep up the good work!
aren't you just the sweetest thing!! I would love to see you do a video on watercoloring. I love the look, but do not do it very well. Would you be willing to showcase ALL the different ways to watercolor, like pastels, reinkers, blender pens, aqua pens, etc?
Terry Molineux says
Wow you have covered really all the bases it's really hard to come up with something BUT, I would like you to redo watercoloring but with SU products . I went out and bout the Samsodor and stumps and now I don't know what to do with it! LOL I do that all the time. I see someone's project love it buy all the products and then I forget what I bought it for…..so I would like to stay with my SU stuff..markers, reinkers and AquaPainters…
Thanks for your great blog it really is the best and I look forward to your stories and most of all your ideas….
Jacqui Lines says
I would like to see more pictures of naked men….oh sorry wrong blog…..just kidding sister dear!!!! I love your blog, you know that..more pictures of me would work..ha ha kidding again! I love the tutorials, I love the "off the wall" cards, I love all the family stuff, I love the AI report, I just love it all, AND I LOVE YOU TOO.
Becky Volpp says
I would love to see more of your fabulous tutorials. They are so inspiring-where do thsoe ideas all come from. Does the owl whisper them to you??
Miss you guys and the fab monthly cards swaps at Rhonda's meetings.
Theresa P says
I think it would be cool to have a weekly(?)segment of "anything but a card". Show off your many talents with picture frames, bags, tags, boxes, calendars, ….. Inspire your readers to think outside the stamp case. Oh..and more pictures of Toby!
Thanks for taking the time to post everyday. It's great!
Karen Monger says
Diana, I love your blog and visit it daily. I would love to see more of Edward Cullen on your site. OOOHHHHH he's so cute. Ok back to stamping how about showing us how you make some of the harder cards like you did with the faux metal tin ceiling. Or making really simple and easy cards. You can also do more humorous cards.
sue wisniewski says
I really like your off-beat humor cards that you create. Keep up the inspiration! stamping sue
dee tollaksen says
Love your artwork and your life stories. Anytime you want to throw a business tip out here for all the demonstrators who love your blog, secrets to your success!
Dee in Chicago (dtollaksen at wideopenwest dot com)
Dorene Donaldson says
Thanks for the opportunity for blog candy.
I love your "off beat" humor cards. I would like more ideas for the big shot dye's
such as the lattice for example.
Dawn H. says
Your blog is awesome! It's the first site I go to every morning! Your funny cards make me laugh and bring sunshine to my day. I appreciate that you have such a wonderful sense of humor. I'm fairly new to the stamping world. I would like to see the name of the stamp set and measurements. Keep creating!
I know this won't help you much but anything you do is GREAT!
I love your tutorials … any way you do them.
Kim Burmeister says
Di, I love when you show us the techniques you do for your classes. I learn something every time. More techniques, please!
Barbara Dykhouse says
Diana, I think you already have an amazing blog! I look forward to my daily updates, and I really love your humor. I also love it when you share what is going on in your backyard with the creatures you see. But I think my favorite is when you teach me new techniques. I'd love to have more of those, and maybe a sidebar to store them in. If I didn't live on the East Coast, I'd be at all of your technique lovers classes!
Sally Nusbaum says
I also enjoy your humor. The funny cards like Ooops Poops and the Chocolate Bunnies with no ears and no butt made me laugh out loud. Thank you for sharing!
Sally aka BFF-in-Training
Michelle Musser says
I have followed your blog for several months now and I find myself consistently coming back to it for great ideas. Your cards and posts are the best!!! I also love all your stories, especially of all the animals, birds, etc. The baby bunny was so, so sweet and I was amazed to see you holding a hummingbird! You are a wonderful demonstrator and seem like such a great person. All I can say for suggestions is keep doing what you are already doing – it's the best. Thank you for all the time and effort you put in to sharing your talent! Michelle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wanda Welter says
I love your blog. It truly inspires me, and in turn I inspire my friends to keep going. You do beautiful work! I would love to see more paper crafting projects, and more big shot projects. All your work is amazing, so I know I would never be disappointed. Thank you for what you do.
debbie essay says
I just love your funny/quirky cards….No one else does them EXCEPT you. I can't get enough of the funny ideas you come up with using Stampin' Up stamps, which are usually very quiet and kind of serious. So I vote for more funny ideas with Stampin Up items :0) Thanks for all the hard work and the chance to win some blog candy.
Oh how I wish I could win. Love visiting your blog. I love all the creative things you come up with…but you also crack me up. Let us not forget, we are both Twi-freaks!
Missy B says
Love your blog, sense of humor and how that comes out in your cardmaking. Love to see more ideas using the big shot dies. Thanks for letting us share in your day!
Kandace Dalrymple says
Hi Diana! You are so awesome, I check your blog everyday….I want to be you when I grow up! I would love to see something with the charms. I am think of trying them but would love to see what you come up with! Thanks for all the inspiration… Kandace (your neighbor from New Mexico!)
Julie Leblanc says
It is hard to believe that you run out of ideas, lol!!! I would love to see 3 dimensional projects… your cards are always so funny (and sometimes twisted).
But I love it and Luv ya 🙂
Crystal Smith says
I look at your blog almost very day. I see some cute stuff. I also have learn something form you that I now are doing or trying. I like to see more masting or layering of stamp I try this couple time and sometime it is ok and other time not so much but I like to see you do some because I know you have some good ways of doing this. I also Have to say thinks for making me think out side the box. 🙂
I enjoy your blog, I visit everyday to get my day going. Love how you add your own punch line to cards. Love all your funny stories. Keep up the good work.
Michelle Krstyen says
I love your blog. Read it everyday!!! I would like tutorials and for those of us who are measurement challenged (me!!!) I would love you to put the sizes of your cards and all the parts. Love ya, Michelle
Connie M says
Diana, I really enjoy reading your blog. I have to say that my favorites are those that include a technique or a tutorial. They inspire me. I wish they were all listed under one link for quick reference so that I can see the one's I may have missed.
(My favorite by far is the one on sansodor. It has given my colored pencils new life! Love it!)
Connie ( email@example.com)
Kath Ricks says
Oh, I like the idea of by stamp set that Carmen proposed. I like your wacky cards. But I like the way you explain how to do the techniques you are using, anything on fun folds? Different ways to fold paper for interest on cards.
Edna Rhea says
Di, I am just getting started with stamping and papercrafts. I love to do cards but I really love doing gift boxes using all kinds of patterned paper and embellishments. I would like to see some ideas along this line.
Kim Przybyl says
I LOVE your blog! As a stampin' newbie it's great! I would love to see some more techniques – how to to different techniques to make cards. Also some ideas on creating a card with layers (like how to figure out what to cut to what size). Thanks for sharing!!!!
I love your blog. Checking it is part of my morning routine. I don't think you should change anything on your blog. Your talents are spectacular! I would like to see phptos of the deli that you love so much…inside and outside please.
Elizabeth Fortuna says
How are you? I have to say i really enjoy your blog as is! I love your projects and hearing about the things you are doing! I guess the only thing I would add is maybe a technique lesson or two? keep up the good work!
Jeannine Hardy says
I've been reading your blog ever since I found it and it reminds me to smile every day. Your creative ideas are an inspiration to all of us. I wish I could live closer so I could attend your classes, but it's a bit far from Ohio to commute. You have such lovely bows and I'd like to see how you do it. Mine are always crooked and not very nice!. Keep up the great work
Rebecca S. says
I love your blog, and really don't think you need to add anything to it.. You have a little of bit of everything, and that's what I like..
I will say I am sure that whatever you decide it'll BEEE GREAT!! hmm, sounds like I had my Frosted Flakes, LOL!!
Laura Howell says
Hi Diana, I made your blog one of my favorites because of your wonderful stamping. You are very talented and I love your work. I also have enjoyed the great wildlife stories you have. The little bunny up your husbands sleeve was so funny and cute. I can't wait for the next wildlife fun. Have a great day.
Lauren Y. says
I LOVE LOVE your blog, it's one of the best! Your designs always inspire me, and I want to CASE everything (one of the days).
I would like to learn more techniques, and if you can make video tutorials will be even better!
Thanks for the chance to win the goodies, I think the sweet pea tote bag is just TOO CUTE!
Lisa Martin says
Good morning Diana,
I agree with the others you are a daily read for me. Not only do I love your ideas I also love your "daily news". The only thing I can think of that I would want to see is just more of your work!! The santa you made with the pillowbox die is one of my all time favs!! Just keep doing what you are doing, I never tire of your blog.
Thanks so much for sharing with us all.
I love visiting your blog, because not only do I get my dose of inspiration (paper related) but I hear your wonderful stories which I love.
I love tutorials, but truly enjoy the daily cards fixex, so continue on and keep them coming, stories included.
Jan B. says
Diana, It's a hoot to stop by and see your creativeness. Also, CONGRATS to "OH CANADA" on the golds won so far! Heartbreaking about Joannie's Mum! But she did great on the short programme.
I hopefully got the English correct for you.
I really enjoy the dimesional feel to cards, like the dioramas and shutters. Do you have anything like that up your sleeve?!
Thanks for what you do!
Martha Beck says
More 3-D projects. You are so creative and come up with the cutest projects! Calendar, address book, recipe book, floewr pots, picture frames, decorated canvas, felt projects from the big shot.
Hmmm, LOVE your blog and your sense of humor (of course your funny, you're a fellow Canadian!). Well, what I'd like to see is your stamp room and how you organize your stuff. I am currently in the process of doing my own and really enjoy seeing other's room. You can follow my adventure on my blog…
Juliana Bibas says
I love your blog and especially love the cards that are a little "off" like the two bunnies missing various anatomy parts and the poopy ice cream. Ha! I always have a giggle when you post those things.
I always enjoy all your cards, so keep up the lovely work! Thanks for posting–I learn a lot from your layouts and descriptions.
Pam B. says
I love your fun ideas and thinking outside the box!! I would like to see how you do your shading and what colors do you use, etc. Also, I know it's kinda basic, but bow tying, expecially when you're using the jumbo grommets and other ways you can work the ribbon into a slot punch (not sure how to describe). Thanks for the chance at your blog candy!
Pam B. – Randolph, WI
Mary Lou says
I love your blog for so many reasons and have to check it each day or I feel like something is missing. You make me laugh and you provide great ideas, too. You have an amazing talent for watercoloring and I would love it if you could share more written tips and/or videos on how to watercolor. You make it so realistic and I just struggle when I try to watercolor – although I love to do it and I LOVE the look. Thanks for all the hard work you put into your blog and thanks for the opportunity to win some blog candy!! YOU ROCK!!
Cindy Jenkins says
Hi Diana….I also love checking in with you each day for a dose of creativity and fun.
What I would like to see on your blog…is same type of stuff you've been doing….great creations that I can case! <3 You have such a nice flair! It keeps me inspired.
Mari Pearson says
Hey, Diana. I know it's early for Mother's Day but I would like to see some gift giving ideas for moms. But anything you do I love to look at. Thanks for the inspiration. Mari firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon Bader says
love your blog, so would like to see more of what you've been doing; why mess up a good thing?
Amy Fink says
Gift ideas for Moms and Teachers 🙂 Anything you share is good really! Thanks!! I love those sweet pea bags!
I would love to see more 3D items…I love checking out your site for great ideas to case.Thanks
Janice Rosenthal Rock says
I love to read your "ramblings" Diana! So please keep doing those! As for projects, I just love seeing new and seasonal ideas . . . your stuff is always fun to look at and/or CASE . . . just keep up the "good work" (not really "work", is it!!??)