September 19, 2007

Blog Candy - Liberty Cards

I recently received some new rubber from Hearts in Touch. I've been working with a few images from the Liberty Sheet, and decided to give them away to my blog readers. All you need to do is leave a comment on this post along with your email address, by Saturday, September 22. I'll have the random number generator pick a winner on Sunday, September 23, and will be mailing the winner the cards shown below.

Good Luck!


























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On these cards, I've used some techniques from past issues of The Technique Junkies Newsletter (Fossil Stone and Burnt Edges). I also used the Metallic Alcohol Roll Technique from the upcoming October Issue, and the bottom card uses the Polished Stone tutorial that you can find here on my blog.

Be sure to click here to read about the special pricing offer for the Technique Junkies Newsletter.

ETA - Blog Candy Winner posted...Thanks for playing!

13 comments :

~Lana B.~ said...

O Lisa, I love these stamps! I did check out their site and look around...very cute! My dad (now 80) was in the US Navy and these would be SO awesome!
Thanks for sharing!!!
~Lana B.~

Dawn Griffith said...

Hi Darling Lisa : Your cards are sooo beautiful .. If I won your blog candy you probably already know where I would send these HUH?
Just beautiful ..
xoox
Dawn

Kathy H said...

Lisa - great images and great cards - my husband would latch on to these so fast my head would spin.
Kathy H

Beth B. said...

Lisa, I love your cards! Soooo gorgeous! They would be perfect for my Army son. Thanks for sharing!
~Beth B.

Donna said...

My comment was just submitted, then this page came up. Don't know why it put "d" as my name, as I entered "Donna".

Anywho, here is what I said before (I don't like repeating myself, but I'm afraid my comment may not have shown, so thought I'd better re-do). Please excuse me if this comment does show up twice...Donna

Hi Lisa,
Oh how I'd love to have one of these cards that you've created. They are all awesome! I especially like the bottom one, with the reddish/pickish hue. Oh to be as talented as you...that is my new mantra.

Thanks so much for sharing. You've done something with this rubber than I would have imagined. Wonderful work!
Hugs,
Donna

stampin_melissa said...

Lisa, I love all your work and would be soooo tickled to win these. With one brother in Iraq, another in S. Korea and my sister also in S. Korea I would love to share these with them! (After I ogle them of course!)

sharischulz said...

I love these cards. They would be just awesome for my stamping group at church. We do cards every Wed. after Bible Study and then give them to a group in Joliet that passes them to the troops. Just fantastic work! TFS

Laura said...

These are just lovely. TFS!
I really enjoy lurking around your site. Thanks again
Laura
http://stampsinkpaper.blogspot.com
stampinfanatic@gamail.com

Betty Jo said...

These are really awesome. Thanks for sharing.

Babs said...

These cards are absolutely beautiful! My employer has a program where we send packages to our military personnel overseas- if I win that is where these are going! Just beautiful they are - beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
Barb Moyer - moyerb@ctc.com

Tracy in Michigan said...

Lisa - I'm a HIT member and was so happy to see your cards. I don't have that sheet but need it now that I see what can be done with it! Would love to have a sample!! thanks for the chance!

Valerie said...

OH MY what beautiful cards!

mary puskar said...

Lovely cards Lisa. So unusual. Would be proud to own those.

 
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