***Edited 4/29 in order to announce the Give-Away Winner*** The 8th Day of our 11 Days of Give Aways is now closed. There were 35 qualifying comments (those who commented before midnight PST on 4/28–if you sign more than once only one is counted). The winner is…
I love scrapping and most art and craft things. It is also a passion I love to share. These little purses are soooo cute! Thanks for sharing your gifts!!
Angie, I’ll be contacting you by email later today. (Winner was chosen by random.org) Thanks for participating. Don’t miss out. There’s still a few more days of Give Aways left!
Good Saturday Morning Everyone,
It’s the 8th Day of Give Aways in honor of my 11th Anniversary online with my CLM Website. I’m blessed to have so many of you commenting on the posts. Thanks for the encouragement.
For today’s Give Away I thought I’d do something along the crafty line as I know a lot of you stop in for that. I’m giving away 25 purse favor die-cuts (made with the Petite Purse Die from Stampin’ Up! When it came out I just had to have it.). They will be assorted designs and will come to you pre-cut and pre-scored. You will need to use adhesive to adhere them together. Below is a few samples of how they turn out. I embellished them with some punch cut-outs and stick on gems. I’ll enclose some punch cut-outs of tiny flowers and butterflies that you can use as embellishments with your prize. I will be choosing one winner from today’s comments so be sure to leave one on today’s post. Post by 12 Midnight (PST) today in order to qualify.
I thought if you have a small ladies group they would work well for favors or they make great door prizes filled with little candies or goodies. Maybe even use for your volunteers and helpers. Placed in cellophane bags done up with ribbons they look pretty nice. They are “petite” as in the name and put together they are approximately 2 and 3/4 inches across the bottom at the widest point and only 2 inches tall (not including the handle).
Fun things to put inside this tiny purse:
- A few wrapped candies
- Folded up cloth ladies hankie (you can usually get the pretty embroidered ones at the 99 Cent store)
- Lip balms or lipsticks
- Key chain
- If you leave the flap open, you can place in other things such as a couple teabags, a wrapped cookie, mini tube of handcream, etc.
Here’s a photo of how the purses look when cut out. The die pre-scores the folds and they only have two tabs that need adhesive plus the handles so they go together in a snap and are so cute. They have a little slit on the front where the flap tab inserts. Sorry my photos aren’t better today. It’s been awhile since I’ve taken pics of projects for my blog and I’m so out of practice and I also don’t have my paint program where I edit installed on this computer yet so I’m finding it difficult to get my photos to look good.
For the give away I will be choosing one winner from today’s comments and announce the winner here tomorrow.
In order to qualify you must.
1. Comment on this post. Let me know if you are or are not a “crafty” person:)
2. Make sure you fill out your name (first is okay) and email address when commenting (it won’t be shown publicly). If you are the winner today, I’ll be emailing you to get a mailing address.
Please Note: Comments do not show up automatically. I’ll need to approve them first. I get a lot of spam on my blog daily and a lot of them are not nice so I need to check them first.
Comments need to be posted by 12:00 Midnight today (4/28) Pacific Standard Time to qualify for the download give-away.
Have a beautiful day,