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my name is monica but now i'm better known as nana. i have recurring dreams about faraway places and wild animals running free. i love to create with paper, food and yarn and i love to share snippets of my life.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Snowflakes and Mittens- Free give away!


I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Canadian Crop for Kids at West Edmonton Mall with my daughter last weekend and we took some amazing classes.
Lance Anderson of Rusty Pickle was kind enough to give me some samples of their new Christmas paper line called 'Snowflakes and Mittens' and I am passing that gift on to one lucky viewer so please watch episode 9 below and leave your comments here for a chance to win! Deadline is Friday October 26, 2007.

30 comments:

Sassy said...

Great episode Monica! xoxo

Melissas said...

what a great video on minibooks! I might have to try some for Christmas gifts this year. Thanks for sharing :)

Shannon Wyman said...

Couldnt see your demo, but I don't doubt it was awesome!!

jodene said...

Thanks for the chance.

CAKVD said...

Your videos are always so good! I need to do some minibooks soon! Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

ikkinlala said...

Thanks for the video! I think minibooks might make good stocking stuffers this year. I especially liked your watercolour one.

P.S. Your grandson's sure cute!

Betty said...

Awesome video! Thanks for sharing!

Melissa said...

Love all those mini books!! They are such fun easy projects!

Peggy Maier said...

Great video tutorial - I've been wanting to try some of those little mini-books & perhaps this will give me the push I need to get started!

Cathy said...

Great video and easy to follow. Great timing to show this for all the handmade XMAS presents. Thanks for a chance.
cmeyers@hughes.net

Renee said...

Love the new video!! Boy is your grandson getting big!!!

Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings said...

Love those minibooks!! I need to make some of those.

Tejal said...

I've always loved your little video tutorials. Great and easy to follow..
Thanks for sharing!!

scfranson said...

Wow, I'm so impressed with your tutorials! Thanks so much for showing them to us.
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

Scrapbook Mama said...

Oh what a great video! I love mini books I want to make that rusty pickle mini book. Well actually I want to try all of them.. Your grandson is so sweet! I love when he gave Nana a kiss TOO SWEET!

Ellie Augustin
e@scrapbookmama.com

Angel Wilde said...

Love that pink and brown paper and what a cute lil guy!

AshleyR said...

Love those minibooks!! Great video!!

Lesha said...

Count me in! :)

Andrea said...

How fun...and your grandson is adorable too! Thanks for the episode!

malieta said...

Hi!
I watched your video and the ideas that you presented are awesome! I love those mini-albums...so cute.
You did a great job and you have a beautiful family.
Malieta:)

Amanda said...

awesome, please enter me thanks

Linda SS said...

I enjoyed your tutorial and like how you did the watercolor cover. The elastic band with the skewer is also a fabulous idea. Thanks:)

Qtpies7 said...

I love the first little minibook, that is adorable! My little girls would love to have a mini book of their friends to carry with them.

Candes said...

You make that look so easy! I could never do such a nice job!

Chiaretta said...

Love this episode, and how you show to make the "envelope" of the mini-album. Thanks!

annasari said...

Thanks so much for yet another marvellous video! Keep up the good work!

Sherri P said...

I especially loved the instructions on the watercolor cover. I want to try that! Really cool effect.

Lilian said...

thanks for sharing the video with us! i just might have to try the mini-book this year.

thanks for the chance to win! :)

Godzoned said...
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Godzoned said...

Your mini book ep 9 was brilliant! I liked the technique about the distressed inks and water colour best.

Thank you so much
Debbie (aka Godzoned) - look me up on youtube.

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