Friday, November 26, 2010

Black Friday Prize

Last week's winner was: Rainy. Please email me with your info so that I can mail your prize! This week's prize is this fun wedding stamp set from CTMH. Leave a message on this post and I will post a winner next Friday.

San Francisco was fantastic. We had a tiny bit of rain and it was abit cold but it was so much fun to eat and shop. We also got to see Harry Potter and it's so mean that we have to wait 8 months until the next one!

I hope that everyone had a fun Thanksgiving holiday (at least my American friends!). I ate too much of course but it was wonderful. We went to my sister's house for the feast and the kids played like maniacs. Today, when you read this, I will be partaking of another crazy American tradition, shopping on Black Friday. I always go out on Black Friday but I have my list and will hopefully get the last gifts on my list and be done!

I'm going to try and post before December 1 but I am just so busy and I am trying to finalize some projects for my 25 days of Christmas!

Have fun and enjoy your weekend.





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16 comments:

Лисёна said...

Thank you so much for the chance to take part!!!

Moni said...

Stunning candy, love to win it. Hugs,moni

Ukka said...

Thank you so much for the chance to take part!!!

Greetings from Russia,
Ukka

Nikki said...

Thanks for the chance at winning a gret set and I agree 8 months it along time to wait
hugs Nikki

Annelies said...

Gorgeous stamps! Thanks for a chance to win! Greetings from Belgium, Annelies

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

thanks for a chance at this lovely stamp set! Hope you enjoyed the Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales!

thestampinglady said...

That set looks really cute. Thanks for the chance to win. No black Friday shopping for me, too cold here in IL and that would take a day away from being with my little almost two gs who is visiting here from TX and of course his parents.

detenish said...

Gorgeous stamps! Thanks for a chance to win!

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Glennis said...

Lovely stamps - thanks for the chance to win

StampinCathy said...

Glad your Thanksgiving was wonderful.
Thanks for a chance at this sweet candy. What fun things you could do with this set.

The Paper Princess said...

Glad you had a fab holiday - thanks as always for a chance to win!

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Sandy Ang said...

Happy shopping and I'm eagerly waiting for the next H. Potter too. Thanks for the chance at your candy.

fusiafscrapping said...

What a lovely stamp set! Those stamps would be perfect for my sister wedding album :)

Brook said...

Great stamp set. Thanks for the chance to win!

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