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In Colour Owl Card Kit to Give Away!

I'm just a little bit excited that my blog is about to hit a million page views in the next couple of days.  To celebrate I've decided to give away a Card Kit to one lucky Australian resident.

It contains enough bits 'n' pieces to make 5 In Colour Owl Cards. Non-Aussie residents will go in the draw to win any 3 of my tutorials.

Owl Card Kit to Give Away!

The kit contains 5 owl bodies, e-Cut from Baked Brown Sugar Card Stock, 5 owl fronts cut from the 2013-2015 In Colour DSP, 5 x 1/2 doilies, 5 white envelopes, 10 punched eyes (Basic Black, Very Vanilla), 10 small Basic Pearls, 50cms of Baked Brown Sugar Ruffle Stretch Trim and 5 'Buttons' from the In Colour Boutique Details.

Crisp Cantaloupe Owl

Here's how you can enter -
  • Pop in to say hello and leave a comment on this blog post = one chance draw
  • 'Like' my Facebook page, Addinktive Designs = one chance draw (includes existing 'Likers')
  • 'Like' my post on Facebook that advertises this promotion = one chance draw
  • Order Stampin' Up! product through my on-line store between Tuesday 3rd September and Tuesday 10th September and quote the Hostess Code JH2XKTG9 = one chance draw for every $20 spent.
The winners will be announced here and on my Facebook page by Friday 13th September.  


I'd love to hear from you. Thanks for celebrating this milestone with me :)

Comments

How adorable is that!! How did you get such a big owl?? The Stampin Up punch certainly is not that big??
Love it! I won't be allowed to enter your contest, even though I would love to win this adorable little lady owl, but am commenting anyways!
Jennifer, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
jenreynard@shaw.ca
Shannon said…
I have MDS and a cricut - can you use the cricut to cut things with MDS? I love your owls!
Shannon said…
Liked your post on FB also! I'm in the US.
Mary E. said…
Your owl is so sweet. I will not be eligible to win your kit, but wanted to let you know how cute she is.I sure would like to dress up many sweet owls. Thanks for sharing.
Mary/Tucson, AZ. U.S.A.
Jo Dee Geer said…
Your owl cards are so cute!
missy said…
I love this! It is sooooo cute! Thanks for the chance to win!
Venessa said…
Your creations are always amazing. I would love to win your owl kit.
Venessa
venessa@in2stampin.com
Oh, I love owls and yours are especially cute. The little details are amazing.
Thanks very much, Bronwyn. Fantastic idea and very cute owl cards.
Paper Lady said…
What a gorgeous idea Bronwyn! You are so talented. Love your butterfly easel cards too!
Kessa said…
Thank you for sharing your wonderful talents ... your owl cards are gorgeous.
Lynn said…
I love this owl! How did you get it so big?
Lynn
Helen Williams said…
You are very clever lady Bronwyn.
I love these owls.
Scrappy Géri said…
How cool! Thank you :) I m French so I might get a tutorial :) i ll keep my fingers crossed! :)
Hi Bronwyn, I would also like to know how you cut such large owls. LOVE them.TYFS
kitnzclaws said…
Very Cute Blog site. I love it..
Diane Barnes said…
Hi again Bron. Got distracted & forgot to say yay for 1,000,000 visits. That's awesome!
Diane Barnes said…
Hi Bron
Love your super-sized & super cute owlie card. How cool to have them in any size you like. You're so making me want an e-cutter.
Inky hugs, Di
Cathy said…
......and I'm so glad I can comment....yay for being in Oz! Looooove the owl.....please can you give us a template to download! Please please please....I'm begging for the rest of us who don't get to win......huggles...Cathy
Cathy said…
I loooove loooove llloooooove the owl and for once I can comment being in Oz! For those of us who don't win your owl give away....pretty please can you post a template? Huggles Cathy
Bek said…
Oh my goodness, these are TOO cute! That makes it sound like a bad thing but it's so not! Great job!
Vicki Were said…
Oh wow Owls now they are very cool. I won't ask what an e-cutter or I think I might want one too :-). Love all your owls and butterflies (not long to go to reach your big goal) Vicki
Patricia said…
Love your owl card. Hope you get you million hits soon. Regards Patricia
Patricia said…
Your owl card is great. Hope you get your million hits soon. Pat
Anonymous said…
WOW. Thank you for the chance to win. These look amazing. Just realised I might have popped your owl case on my case list too! Also Happy Birthday!
WendyH said…
Thanks for the chance to win one of your inspirational projects. I always enjoy what you have to share.

Inky hugs, WendyH.
Paula Reid said…
Congratulations - that's amazing. Your creations are so inspiring. Love the owl.
Susan said…
Your owls are so sweet! I had not thought abotu making an apron with the ruffled ribbon and doily, but it works so well!
Lou said…
These are gorgeous. I haven't done owls for so long, I forget how cute they are and big ones are great.

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