Friday Giveaway – Card Making and Papercraft Magazine

October 21, 2016 — 12 Comments

Eek! The challenge made it into this month’s edition of Cardmaking and Papercrafts – it even got a mention in the editors letter!

To celebrate, the lovely Sienna Parulis-Cook has agreed to give away two copies of this issue!

 

Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine Giveaway

Look! See!? Can’t believe that I got a mention in the editors welcome letter inside the front cover!

Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine Giveaway

Anyway, I’d best stop gushing and let you know how to enter your details for this giveaway.

It’s quite simple.

In the comments section of this blog (not Facebook or Twitter as these will be ignored) tell me what it is in your life that has made you most proud of your creative achievements.

As with all Friday Giveaways all names will be shoved into a suitable container and a name drawn at random. Well, two names in this instance as there are two copies to give away.

There are a couple of terms and conditions. These are:

  • Entires from UK residents only please. Sorry overseas readers.
  • Comments must be made before 23:59 on Thursday 27th October 2016.
  • Two names will be drawn at random on Friday 28th October 2016.
  • Winners must be happy for me to pass contact/postage address to Immediate Media in order to get the magazine posted out.

Thats it … Go!

 

12 responses to Friday Giveaway – Card Making and Papercraft Magazine

  1. 

    I am most prout of the quilt I made for my granddaughter Adrienne my first attempt at quilting. It took me 7 mths but was done by the time she was born which was good as she was prem.

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  2. 

    I am most proud of selling any of my cards as the proceeds go towards to very small village charities. One to repair the church and one to maintain our local children’s playground. Being able to then give the money raised to both of these charities is great.

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  3. 

    Fantastic to get the recognition you deserve, even more so in PRint.x

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  4. 

    Well deserved recognition John. You are doing a great job on your tour of Great Britain. What makes me most proud of my creative achievements, is certainly other people’s appreciation of what I have created. I recently discovered that one lady keeps all the cards I have sent her in a special place in her office, on permanent display. Bit scary – I hope they last!

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  5. 

    I’m most proud of anything that I make that gets to be posted,
    and not land in the bin.All the best John x

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  6. 

    Its been lovely to see you on your journey, in your motorhome. Seeing all these places, it must be like going on holiday every day, although you have been working.hard raising money for the mental health , so they will benefit, which is great. Meeting all these people whilst travelling, must have been interesting and great fun.

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  7. 

    Firstly, congratulations John – so great to see your achievements recognised in print and shared more widely with other crafters! I’ve recently had a number of my crafting projects shared with volunteers and service users of a local charity through their WISH magazine. The charity, Befrienders Highland, offers befriending support either face to face, or telephone/postal services to people with mental health problems and service users with dementia and they produce two magazines, one for crafters and the other for creative writing.

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  8. 

    Would be nice to receive one of the magazines.

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  9. 

    Last year winning 1st prize for a valentine card in the W.I. Section of our County Show

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  10. 

    So proud when someone says they are going to put the cards I have made for their children in memory boxes for them to keep

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  11. 

    seeing the cards on the window sill or shelf long after the event because they like the cards so much.

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  12. 

    My most proud creative moment was when,while struggling alot with my own mental illness, a local theatre company trusted in me and my work so much that they asked me to produce a number of pieces of artwork to be published in their book. I was so proud it meant alot to me, especially as it gave me the strength to get well again.

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