Monday, February 16, 2009

Time for a Doggone Giveaway!

Well, the Doggone Stamps Design Team pup is ready to give away some stamps! I colored him blue for no specific reason, other than I thought a non-dog color fit him!
I am giving away stamps to two lucky people! One person will win 5 stamps donated by Nancy and Brian of Doggone Stamps!

You will win the Fisherman, Nikko Smiling, Toad King, Bunny with Carrot and Bagpiper. How generous of them to supply these stamps!!! I will be throwing in some paper and embellishments as well!

I am throwing in a prize for a second person, two Doggone Stamps!

To get you in the spring spirit, you will win the Flower Box window and Butterfly! I will also throw in some paper and embellishments for these two as well, so you can start creating!

So here is the deal. You can get up to three entries for the two prizes! I will enter your name in a random drawing for each of the following that you do! You do not have to post three times, just do three things!

  1. Tell me what you would like to see more of on my blog
  2. Post a link to this giveaway, and mention Doggone stamps, on your blog
  3. Go to the Doggone Stamps website, and find the name of the original artist for one of their stamp lines. Just tell me the person's name in a blog post!
I hope this makes sense! So you can get your name entered once, twice or three times, depending on what you do!

I will draw the winner's name next Monday morning at the crack of dawn, so you have until Sunday night at midnight EST to enter! Spread the word!


MiamiKel said...

Ohhhh such a fantastic give-away! I like your blog the way it is :) But if you could show us a photo or two of your lovely DSP choices! They always blow me out of the water! Have a terrific day :)

Lorie said...

WOW Lauri! This is a wonderful batch of blog candy! I love those Doggone stamps!!! You blog is fabulous, and I enjoy spending time here every day. You have done some amazing acetate cards, and I would like to know more about those.

Oh, and the artist for the 1926 line of Doggone stamps (which I adore), were originally sketched by Doris Summerhill. I will get a link posted to my blog this week for your Doggone wonderful candy. Thanks so much for the chance to win some fabulous stamps!

MiamiKel said...

Ok, for the artists, I'm a bit stumped! I found in the 1926 line were originally sketched by: 1926 by Doris Folkman Summerill. But I also see that perhaps Nancy and Brian captured "doodle" designs and made them into stamps while sitting at the kitchen table?! :)

Jacilynn said...

Lauri, Love the blue dog. Great card.

Patti said...

Love the tongue, the doggie is concentrating!!!

Bunny B said...

There can never be enough tutorials! :) I love tutorials on everything!

Blogged :

Thank you!
bunnybx at gmail . com

Anonymous said...

More Photos of your beautiful work to dress up your blog. Your work

Thanks for the blog candy opportunity

cricketpe said...

What a wonderful giveaway! I love the blue dog; it's adorable!

I really like your blog just as it is; I honestly wouldn't change a thing!

Mary Dawn said...

oh yay, free stamps! i'll link you up on my blog-go...lovin' the dogs and everything else at doggone!

Estela said...

Doris Summerhill was the designer of the vintage-style stamps that captivated my eye!

As for your blog, more technique tutorials would be awesome, though I love how it is now just fine, too!

Tracey said...

What a great giveaway!! I am new to your blog but it looks great! :)

Anonymous said...

Fabulous blog! If I have to choose something that I would like to see more of, it would be your "gift" type creations....they are fantastic!

The original artist for the 1926 stamp line is Doris Folkman Summerill and boy are they fabulous! I am loving that "twirl" stamp.

I will be back tomorrow after I post about your blog candy on my blog.

Have a super night and thanks for the well wishes. >:0)


Anonymous said...

I put a link in my sidebar about your blog candy. Thanks so much for the chance!!

Tonya >:0)

Sena said...

Thank you for the lovely chance. I have you blogged at

Sena said...

Doris Summerhill is the artist for the 1926 line.

Sena said...

Technique tutorials would be awesome!

terriavidreader (Indiana-USA) said...

Thanks for offering blog candy. I love the name: Sparkle Smith! And I'l;l list this candy on my blog too:

Monica Anderberg said...

I wish to see more step by step pictures of all your beutiful creations. I have linked to your giveaway at

Curt in Carmel said...

Hey Kiddo! Great give-away. You know me and dogs so I just had to join in for a chance. I love your blog. I can't think of anything that you could add. You give us links to give-aways, great pics of your cards, great blog candy, what more could we want? I went to their site and the artist is Doris Summerhill (the mother). I am glad you had me go there. I love their stuff! I would post a link to this, but I had already posted before I saw this, and my next post wont' be until the 25th. So sorry about that! Take care! Best, Curt

Macpurp said...

this is a fab give away Lauri!
I love the doggy stamps of course!
I would like to see step by step posts of the cards you do with the different techniques like the tree one you have posted on sunday.
Doris Summerhill sketched the stamped didn't she?
love tina x

Annelies said...

I love lots of cards and tutorials on a blog, so I think you're doing great! Here's my link . Doris Summerhill was the original sketcher of Doggone stamps. Thanks for a chance to win! Greetings from Belgium, Annelies

Stacey said...

I love your blog and think that the only thing that would make it better would be to see more tutorials or pictures of your cards. I think they are wonderful. I don't have a blog to post a link too, but the artist of the 1926 line of DogGone Stamps is Doris Folkman Summerill.

Yvette said...

I think your blog is fab just the way it is, but since I am new at blogging and have only being making cards about a year I would love seeing more tutorials. I've added a link in my "Candy Alerts" here

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