Craft Stash Giveaway 9

Craft Stash Giveaway – 9

Enjoy rubber stamping? Then you may like this craft stash giveaway.

Many thanks again to everyone that has taken part in these so far. I really enjoyed reading your comments and will take some time out soon to respond.

The stash is depleting too!

Ok, on with the giveaway for this week.

This time, I have a couple of large rubber stamps to giveaway.

This week one lucky winner will bag themselves two large wood mounted rubber stamps. Both have been used but have been thoroughly cleaned – see pics below.

Fancy getting your mitts on them? Here is what you have to do.

Comment on this blog post below. Not on Facetwit or anywhere else, just here.

It can be anything. The comment itself doesn’t count for anything other than me being nosy so feel free to tell me what the weather is like where you are, what you are having for dinner, a funny story about the cat/dog or hamster, what you are making at the moment; basically, just pop a comment below so that I know you are interested and, next week I will draw a name at random from those that have commented and that person will get the item(s) featured above.

– One winner will be picked at random.
– Prizes can only be sent to a UK address.
– Prizes will be sent via a signed-for delivery service.
– No cash alternatives, because I spent all of my cash on the stuff that I am giving away.
– Only comments made on this blog post will count.

Oh, and hey, if you fancy sharing this post with some of your artsy-craftsy chums, that would also be very much appreciated.

Right, it’s time for me to get back to making stuff. Have a great day and I look forward to hearing what you have to say!

Bye for now.
J :) x

22 thoughts on “Craft Stash Giveaway – 9

  1. It’s frosty out and dark indoors here. Just been reading the paper, full of politics and spin and doing the sudoku to ‘exercise’ my brain’! Just the right time to get back into some crafting I think. Hope everyone is coping with what life throws at them.


  2. Lovely detailed stamps, and who doesn’t like butterflies? I’m in full Crimbo mode now, last minute cards to make and the pressie buying has started. I know it’s the same date every year, but it always seems to creep up on me, and every year I say I’m going to be more organised (yeah right). Thanks for the chance to win. Kath x


  3. Hi John, love stamping although I must admit I haven’t used my wood mounted ones for age’s, perhaps I should have a good look through them to see what I find!
    Been a bit unwell with a virus for the last few weeks, so not been up to much, Craft wise.
    But I must start doing more.
    The Butterfly stamp looks beautiful xx


  4. congratulations to Jane on winning the handbag die. My apologies John, I said I’d won craft stash 7 but it was craft stash 6 the tea time stamps. x


  5. Wow, they are lovely John! I use butterflies a lot since I lost my Mum last year, makes me think she is fluttering about on my cards. Just back from taking my border collie to physio, he had his hip replaced in August (I think I mentioned on an early comment lol). Well, he is doing terrific and he’s a very happy lad again. A quick fruity lunch and then off to weigh in at Slimming World, I’m been at target for a year and a half now…so something else to celebrate 😃🎉🎊🎈Happy days. Hope you’re enjoying your new house and everything is tickety boo with you 💙 thank you xx


  6. Reading this while sat in hotel in Valkenburg in a Christmas market coach trip. Fairly dry here but cold enough to warrant needing a gluwein or two to keep out the chill!
    What a pair of big beautiful stamps. Maybe they would help to get my crafty bug back as it’s gone AWOL lately!


  7. Wow what lovely stamps John! I have a Daughter in Law who’s crazy about butterflies and I’ve used all the ones I have. These would be lovely, thank you for the chance to win xx


  8. wow! you are so generous . What with the gorgeous svg files and craft stash, That butterfly is gorgeous. I love it. Thank you for the chance to win. xx


  9. Love butterflies, planning on making a get well soon card today using butterflies, might throw in a dragonfly or two to go with them.


  10. Hi John the butterfly stamp is beautiful. Love butterfly’s the are so useful to use from card making to scrapbooking. Attempting making Xmas cards at the moment no I am late in making them but what the heck so will get done.


  11. I love butterfly stamps and that large wooden block one would be well used in my house! Many thanks for offering it as a giveaway.


  12. Those stamps are gorgeous, John. Makes me sort of wish I lived in the UK instead of Australia, so that I could be in the draw.


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