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Giveaway! :)

Ok my lovely friends I am doing a giveaway :) I am cleaning out all my stamps to make room for new ones. I came across several grab bags that I had from Unity. So I decided to combine them and do a giveaway there are over 50 stamps in this lot a couple are duplicates.


 All you have to do is leave me a comment on this page telling me your favourite colours to craft with. I will choose a random winner next week on Sat 19th April  :)

Thank for stopping by xox

 

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  1. Favorite could would be blue, it seems to be my go to colour.

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  2. I love all color, sometimes I'm in the mood for subtle, but I tend to gravitate toward, bright, vivid, primary colors like yellow, red, and orange, anything BRIGHT!

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  3. Pink ,pink and more pink!! Just entering for fun as to send to UK would cost you the earth. Hugs Mrs A.

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  4. My favorite color is purple, like LuLu Lavender or Hydrangea Purple...

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  5. I seem to grab kraft for my projects a lot. I think because it works with most colors and is easy to stamp with. Thanks for the awesome giveaway Mandi. :)

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  6. What a nice thing to do? I gravitate toward earthy, natural colors, beige, brown, green but then I like to go on a spree and I'll do pink and green for a couple days, etc.

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  7. Favorite colors, toughie! I really like trendy-ish flat pastel colors, like mint and coral on kraft. So pretty, but I am also using a lot of bright pinks and purples right now for the spring. :)

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  8. My favorite colors seem to change with the season. Right now, I'm using teals and peaches.

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  9. I am currently going through a green phase right now. maybe thoughts of Spring and a lawn(?) sometime soon are inspiring me!

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  10. My favorite colors to craft with are blues and browns.
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