Today I’d like to switch the focus from me to you. See that little collection of photos on the right side bar, the one entitled “followers”? That’s you guys; the people who pop by here on a regular basis. For me writing this blog has been a wonderful journey. I remember hitting “publish” on my first post back in August 2010 and being uncertain as to why I was starting a blog, what did I want to achieve and if anyone other than myself would call by to see what I had been doing. Hitting “publish” was one of the best things I’ve done as blogging has opened a new world to me. A crafty world of goodness, friends, fun, challenges and recently of design teams and being published.
So as I noticed that counter move to 500 followers I thought it was high time to say thank you. Thank you for spending the time to call by and spend a few moments here. Thank you for all your kind comments, friendship and encouragement.
As it so happens I was recently contacted by Liz Gardner from My Memories, the producer of the award winning digital scrapbook software My Memories Suite.
Here’s the details:
- Make sure you are a follower here on my blog
- Pop by My Memories and take a look around
- Call back here and leave a comment telling me how you would use this software – scrapbooking, cardmaking, digi, hybrid ….
- Leave your comment by 31 March and I will draw a winner on 01 April
- That’s it!
A wonderful thing about this giveaway is that because it’s a digital download this giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere in the world! Once the winner is chosen they can download their software immediately – no stalking the postie and talking of which there will be no postal charges for me either – bonus!
Now the giveaway is for one lucky winner to receive a copy of My Memories Suite but what if that lucky person turns out not to be you? Well Liz has also given me a code which provides a $10 discount off the purchase of the My Memories Suite software and a $10 coupon for the MyMemories.com store, so a $20 value!
Here’s the code, be sure to use it if you pop by My Memories!
The next card is a CAS one. I really like the shapes within the software package and used one shape repeatedly to create a design. I like that you can change the size of the shape to suit. Don’t you find that the scale on a lot of patterned paper is too large for cardmaking? Well I could make these shapes as tiny as I liked! I created a grid and added a simple sentiment before printing out. I added just a few rhinestones for bling and mounted on to a white card base.
Phew, that was a long post for me! So once again a big thank you and I hope you will keep calling by. Oh and don’t forget to leave a comment to be entered for this giveaway :)