Time for some Blog Candy!

Friday, January 2, 2009

What is Blog Candy?? Well I have over 1,000 hits to my blog!? That means people are actually checking it out!? I want to Thank You for checking out my blog, placing orders, sending me such nice comments and I hope you will continue.? So for my very first Blog Candy giveaway I have the Level 3 Hostess Set Happiness Always and the Patterns Pack Designer Series Paper.? How do you get in the drawing to win this?? Well I leave for Leadership Convention on Wednesday and would love to go down with some suggestions from all of you.?

What type or kind of stamp sets would you like to see in future Stampin’ Up! catalogs???

All you need to do is drop me a comment answering?that question, everyone who comments will have their name entered into a drawing for the Blog Candy, on Sunday one of my boys will pull a name if you are that person I’ll email you for your address and send out the Blog Candy ASAP.

Level 3 Hostess Set Happiness Always & Designer Paper Pack
Level 3 Hostess Set Happiness Always & Designer Paper Pack

22 thoughts on “Time for some Blog Candy!

  1. Robyn Correa says:

    I would really love to see a realistic celtic knot stamp set. Not only is it beautiful, but it is also great for a variety of card types whether it be b-day, get well, thinking of you, etc., not to mention, of course, my 4th favorite holiday (St. Patrick’s Day). I do not drink alcohol, but LOVE Ireland. So, I would be very excited to see some celtic designs appear in an upcoming cattie.

    Thanks for offering the blog candy.

  2. Tammy Roland says:

    I would love to see more realistic animals. If you look through the 2003-2004 catalog, most of the animal stamps are gorgeous and extremely realistic. That’s what I would love to see.
    Tammy in AZ

  3. Shirley says:

    I would like to see two things, realistic images of everyday life to identify with the “normal stamper”; for example, a set of construction equipment – not child like images (so that people can stamp what they do every day)

    Second, smaller less expensive sets, perhaps sentiments individually that are used for each holiday; Christmas, Valentines, Thanksgiving, etc.

  4. Ret Cudmore says:

    hi Glenda,
    I’d like to see more animal stamp sets. Horses, dogs, cats. that kind of thing.
    A nice barn set would be nice too!
    thanks for asking & for offering blog
    candy. I love your blog!!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Happy New Year! I would like to see more cute animal stamp sets. I love making birthday, and baby cards using animal stamps. I’m all about cute things. LOL. I also love flowers but I think we have more than enough of flower stamp sets. We need more colors of everything (paper, pen, chalk, glitter and etc.) It will be great to see it coming!

    Thanks! Liz

  6. Sarah says:

    Happy New Year to you! I would love to see more whimsical character sets. Everybody loves something cute! Oh and more stamps with clever greetings, play on words, etc…

  7. Jan says:

    Hi Glenda,
    I would really like to see more masculine sets. We have so many options for get well, birthdays, etc. for ladies but hardly any for the guys. Thanks for the chance to win such great blog candy. Have a great time at regionals. Blessings!

  8. Karin says:

    I’d love to see sets with Scriptures in a variety of fonts within the one stamp…where certain words are profiled. And big enough to be on the front of a card as the focal point. That’s what I’d love! Thanks! Karin

  9. Sharon Maranich says:

    I would like to see more masculine sets … that are not sketches!! I did not like the sporting ones they featured – they can do better than that, I know!!

    Have fun at Leadership!

  10. Maryn says:

    I’d love to see another two-step tulip set (I always regretted not getting the last one before it retired) and I’d also love to see more individual sentiments.

  11. Beth Redding says:

    Congratulations on the blog hits! I would like to see more variety in style and size of nature stamps (like trees) I have been meaning to try a Zindorf style card, but don’t really have any of the different type trees that she uses.

  12. sue mc aleavey says:

    Hi glenda, Happy new Years!!!! I would Like to see more childrens sets, like bike riding, cars, trucks, dolls, balls. Also, outside playing like 4 wheelin, atv’s, snow skiing, snowboarding, and motorcycle. i have older boys and flowers just don’t work. thanks for letting me get this out. Sue

  13. Sarah says:

    I’d love to see more childrens sets that can be watercoloured – dinosaurs, fairies, trains, etc. Have a great time at Leadership!

  14. Annabelle says:

    I will really love to see some stamp for the person who was sick… specially for the kids… and some glamour girl…

    thank you so much for the blog candy…

  15. Marlene says:

    I would love to see more scripture & Christian stamps & that are not in cartoon style.
    Also, I would like more masculine type stamps. Have a Happy New Year!

  16. Marlene says:

    I would love to see more scripture & Christian stamps, but not in cartoon style
    & also, more masculine stamps.

  17. Nance in Reno says:

    I would like to see more “inside” words (sayings for the inside of the cards), words of sympathy (not just “with sympathy”), stamps symbols for lawyers, physicians, veternarians, nurses, dentists, etc. (like the scales of justice).

  18. Dale says:

    I would like to see Stampin’ Up! offer a mix n’ match buy on sentiments/phrases. SU could set a price for individual stamp sentiments/phrases and we could order 4, 6, or even 8 individual stamps and be charged accordingly. Sometimes I would like a sentiment in a certain font but do not want all the other stamps in the package this way I could custumize the set to my use and be charged accordinly.

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