July 8, 2007

Blog Candy - 8 Godspeed Cards


What better blog candy to offer up on July 4th. If you are randomly chosen, you'll get the 8 FULL finished Godspeed cards shown above. All cards were created by me, and the one on the bottom right was published in a past issue of the Rubber Stamper Magazine.

Leave a comment on THIS post by Sunday July 8. I'll randomly pick a winner on Monday July 9, and get the cards out to you. Be sure your post includes your name and contact information so I can get a hold of you if you win!


29 comments :

Cheryle said...

These are wonderful cards! You do great work.
I enjoy checking out your blog evertime you post. Keep sharing with us!

T. Whitesell said...

Your cards are beautiful, great post for the 4th. Thanks for your offer.
Tammy

Mary Campbell said...

I love these cards. They are so beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Mary Campbell, jjjcamp@hotmail.com

Cheryl said...

These are absolutely beautiful card and they showcase your awesome talent. I would be so thankful to have this blog candy. Thanks for offering it up.
Cheryl Sims

Anonymous said...

Hallo
Great cards - just catching up as I haven't had any computer time due to that thing called work :)
Tera (stampqueen22@yahoo.com)

Jen said...

You do such incredible work. What an honor it would be to have your work in my hot little hands, and better yet, what more could a person ask for to send one of the wonderful cards to a much loved soldier. Thanks for you incredible gesture

Pattyjo said...

Totally awesome cards!
You do such nice work on your cards too!
rholschen@air-pipe.com

Cat said...

What truly beautiful cards. I didn't buy this set because I wasn't sure I'd use it much - but a few cards would be great! Thanks for sharing such awesome candy!

rozie640 said...

Beautiful cards and a fabulous gift!!! Pick me, pick me, pick me, some shameful begging.

Shari Schulz said...

Oh how wonderful these are! Just beautiful! You are the best. What a great idea that was for the fourth! I too will beg to win! and I'm not ashamed to do it!!!!LOL Hope you had a great holiday!

Anonymous said...

Lisa- what a wonderful offer! I send boxes to the soldiers in Iraq, and this would be an awesome addition for them to have cards to send home to loved ones. You may be suprised at what they love the most- toothpaste from America, and bags of chips which they use to bargain with the Iraq's..... and they LOVE stationary! They also love DVD's, so I tape Cubs and Sox and CHICAGO BEARS games for them to watch. Have a great day!

Shelly Schmidt
Shellymc2@comcast.net

Teryl said...

What a beautiful bunch of cards! Love what you did with this set and so perfect for remember Independence Day. TFS

Anonymous said...

hi, love the cards and the blog!!!

Pick me, pick me! lol

-antoinette
littlemattjr@yahoo.com

Sherry Pemberton said...

I have admired your work on Technique Junkie and now to have found your blog is awesome. i love your work! Thanks for sharing and yes I would love the blog candy.
Sherry, grits323@comcast.net

skyviewstamper said...

Great cards for a great holiday! I love your work. I always ck out your blog!! Pick me random number generator!!!!

Anonymous said...

These cards are great, but they make me miss my hubby in Iraq....they would be great to send to him though as I do not have this set! Love your work and thanks for sharing it with us!

Deidre Mooney deidrelm@hotmail.com

Ann Kloentrup said...

Awesome looking cards. I send cards to the troops every month as my oldest son is serving in Afghanistan until next March. Wonderful post for the 4th.

stampin_melissa said...

Oh Lisa, these are just beautiful! I would just LOVE to see them in person! ;-) Thanks for being willing to part with them.

Marianne Merola said...

A great way to send cards to the soldiers in Iraq...you do such wonderful work!

Anonymous said...

Your cards are exquisite! And I love the brocade book. I saw this morning's video about using the Score It and I wondered what is the better purchase, the mini or a large one. Space is ALWAYS an issue. I'm a beginner. I also wondered how do people make envelopes to fit all the wonderful cards they make???

Lisa said...

thanks for your nice comments ladies! To answer the last poster(please leave an email addy if you want a response) in regards to the Scor-It - if space is an issue then I would opt for the smaller scor-it - but then you are limited by size. The Scor-It can easily stand or lay on a shelf - or stack ontop of a larger paper cutter. As to making your own envelopes - I generally purcase my envies. However, SU does carry envelope templates - email me if you want more information.

donna said...

These cards are beautiful. I've wanted this stamp, but can't afford it on E-Bay.

lorrietori said...

Oooh very nice!! Thanks for the chance at some very nice candy!
Lorrie

Kim Ross said...

The cards are beautiful! What a wonderful way to honor our heroes!

Princess Matilda said...

Gorgeous cards, Lisa! I really love that image and you do such beautiful work with it.

StampDancer said...

Absolutely love the cards you made with this set! I've been hoping to have a chance to find this set on eBay -- keeping my fingers crossed.

Deb M
dsmato@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Lisa, love those cards! You've done some wonderful samples with this set! Jessica ordered it when it was available - she is VERY patriotic for a teenager! Thanks for the offer - we'd be ecstatic! Karen Gagnon

Heather Arsenault said...

Lisa, you did a wonderful job on those cards. It's too bad that this set is not available anymore.

Heather
gilles.arsenault2@sympatico.ca

Connie said...

First time on your blog and am really enjoying in. I will have to add you to my favorites.

 
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