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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Free Blog Candy!

Want to win some CTMH blog candy?  It's super easy.  Post your comment answering these survey questions and I'll draw a winner tomorrow evening from anyone who posted.  Let the fun begin!

1)  What types of workshop projects interest you most (altered items, cards, layouts, combination [of what])?

2)  Do you want cleaner, faster layouts & cards or more embellished?

3)  Would you like to keep stamping simple or learn more techniques?

Here's what you can receive:
White Daisy Sassy Strands, Black Designer Ribbon Rounds, mini Sunflower ink pad, 4 sheets each of Clover Meadow, Hydrangea, Star Spangled Blue.

Ready?  GO!

5 comments:

Nikka Geers said...

1) What types of workshop projects interest you most (altered items, cards, layouts, combination [of what])?
altered items and cards

2) Do you want cleaner, faster layouts & cards or more embellished?
all depeneds on the project

3) Would you like to keep stamping simple or learn more techniques?
techniques are fun.

tamugirl9 said...

1) What types of workshop projects interest you most (altered items, cards, layouts, combination [of what])?

Usually Layouts

2) Do you want cleaner, faster layouts & cards or more embellished?

Usually more embellished- I love flash :)

3) Would you like to keep stamping simple or learn more techniques?

More techniques, you can always go back simple

JoAnn TX said...

1. would like a variety--sometimes a project, or layouts & a card.
2. alternate between the simple and the embellished. We have been embellishing for so long, I think we forget that simple can be beautiful.
3.I like to learn techniques. I would also like to see a monthly crop, preferably sunday afternoons.

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Michelle Merritt said...

I like layouts the most and cards. Some projects are good, depends on the project.

I like more embellished layouts since that is what I don't have time to do on my own, but I don't mind the simple elegant ones as well.

I like the techniques.

I really like to leave a workshop with something that took some time to create, so when I finally put pictures on it, it looks spectacular. :-)