To celebrate and thank all the fabulous friends I have made through blogging, I am offering up some vintage goodness in the form of some Rogue Redhead Designs unmounted stamp plates.
I will draw three random names from the comments left on this post over the next week (closing September 10, 2012). One comment per person please.
The first person whose name is randomly drawn will receive RRD's new Nature Notes half plate:
And, the final randomly drawn name will receive RRD's Milliner Misses mini:
You might be thinking, "But Shar what happens if my name is drawn fro a plate I already own?" Well, I definitely don't want to discourage any of my fabulous customers from entering so if your name is drawn for a plate you already have, you will receive an RRD store voucher for an amount consistent with the value of that unmounted stamp plate.
To enter, just leave a comment making sure that I have a way to contact you. I'll be posting the list of drawn names on Monday, September 10, 2012.
Help me get everyone going Rogue and pass the word about this giveaway!
Thanks to everyone for being part of my artistic journey!
As I looked over my old posts I was struck by the fact that I am totally all over the place with style, design, format and mediiums. It seems it has been more of a meander than a determined travel plan but it is still a journey. I've grabbed some photos from previous posts to illustrate what I mean.
Post 100 - Paper Piecing in my 31 Days of Holiday Cards series
This card is from a series of prompts I did one October to get my Christmas cards completed.
Post 200 - Going Girly: GC03 Inspiration Challenge.
This is an unexpected pink creation for one of the first Gingersnap Creations Challenges.
Post 301 - Queen of the Last Minute
I quite liked this card which had a bunch of things going on - copic coloring, embossing, masking, dry embossing....just lots. My favorite part of course is the sentiment which fits me to a T!
Post 401 - Paper and Paste Creations
I was very excited to have had the pleasure to interview Kelly Kilmer, a collage artist I much admire. I had showcased my "attempt" at some collage art.
Post 501 - Purple Passion
I had just completed my first ever canvas complete with an image transfer and some genuine 1920s newspaper bits. I love that this one tells a story of a romantic triangle which was a theme I picked up from the old newspaper itself.
Post 601: Santa Season Day 23
This card harkens back to my start in stamping using Stampin' Up! sets. I created this card for another holiday series I did, "Santa Season".
Post 700 - Simple Seaside Set
Here's a card I made for my Simple Set series on the Rogue Redhead Designs blog. You can see that I was playing up the fabulous textures of the papers available from the incredible Paper Temptress!
Post 800 - Grid Card for Fun...Just Sayin'
I got really messy with this one - if I remember right I was up to my elbows in distress ink :)
For all these posts, I have stuck mainly to cards. One of the reasons I love to create cards is that I very rarely get time to be creative - a few moments here, a stolen morning there. Cards are a great and satisfying way of expressing that creative urge on the fly!
Here is a photo album of some of my favorite pieces over the years!