Sunday, March 30, 2008

Monday's Fun Day!

I posted a poll a month ago and it looks like "Try This, Tuesday" and "Color Challenge Wednesday" were the most popular, followed by "Manic Monday" and "3-D Friday". Last, but not least, is "Scrapbook Thursday". Personally, I think it was the name. lol!

I have decided to kick things off on the last day of March. Instead of "Manic Monday", I am calling my blog giveaway day "Monday's Fun Day".

So here we go!

The first Whoopsie Daisy blog candy is:

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What you have to do is take a look at how many comments have been posted so far because you will (theoretically) be the next number. Be sure to type that number in first before typing in anything else in the comment box so that you don't forget! Then post what your favorite technique is or one that you just learned this past weekend that you would like to share. I love to rock-n-roll!

I will use a number generator or a number picker (one of my boys) and post a winner on Thursday morning along with a new name to replace "Scrapbook Thursday".

What?! Just one stamp set as a giveaway? I wouldn't do that to you. lol! My blog candy has a special twist. You get little extra treats with the stamp set. You just have to wait and see what else you get! lol!

Have a fun day!
Jane

34 comments:

familiabencomo said...

1 - Oh, oh, oh!!! My favorite NEW technique is the scratch-n-sniff. I haven't actually *learned* it, but I will!

xoxox Amy

P.S. Thanks for the opportunity to win something.... So far, my odds are good at winning. yay!

Allison said...

I am #2...ha!

Hmm...I quite liked working on an altered tin (my first) yesterday. I still have to learn more but it is nice to make something "functional". Cheers to you!

Anonymous said...

#3 - Hi there. Love your blog. I always loved what you created when we were both on PCMB. I am now a resident of the Stamp-Shack. I'm not sure if you would call it a technique but I love using punches on my cards. I just created a card with the SU ticket corners and the photo corners punches and I really like how it turned out. Thanks for offering the blog candy.

Joanne (tojoco)

Christine said...

#4 Hi Jane!

I just learned about misting your stamp before you stamp it. Don't know what the actual name for this is...but that's what I got!! LOL :)

sandyh50 said...

5

Hi Jane, I just learned how to use the cropodile. I smash a few small eyelets until I learned to turn the little black things to different sizes! LOL

SAndy

Sara Russell said...

I love to emboss images. It's so neat to watch the powder melt. Thanks for the chance to win.
Sara

misse336 said...

# 6

I just got watercolor crayons and am learning lots of fabulous things that I can do with them. Thanks for the chance to win!

sheila said...

#7
Monday's Fun Day...Yipee. Great name and great candy. I am now into distressing everything. The edges of the paper, sponging, etc. That's this week. Next week it will be something different I'm sure of it. Thanks so much for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I have found a few different ways to make flowers to use on cards and other projects.

Swedie

Diane said...

I love to emboss too,I've just bought all kinds of neat colors so I'll be working with that technique in the next while!! Thanks for a chance at your treats!!

Allison said...

11 - My favorite technique is embossing. It is so beautiful. I just recently tried it with a Versamark pad so the colour just changes slightly from that of the cardstock

Anonymous said...

#12
I love all the techniques! My favorite right now is my watercolor crayons that I got for Christmas.

Mikesgal
mmoor49atcolumbusdotrrdotcom

mikesgal said...

#10- I think?
Oh gosh! I love all the techniques!!!
If I had to pick one I would have to say rocking and rolling,no.....misting,no...embossing.
I guess I just can't pick one,sorry. ;)

Mikesgal

Jan Scholl said...

14

I just like to make stuff. food, sewing, many a mess too. if only my dogs could learn to clean their feet.

If it has a recipe I will try it.

Brenda said...

#15 - There are so many great techniques...hard to pick just one! This weekend I was really into distressing and sponging everything. What awesome candy...I'd LOVE to win! Thanks for this chance!
Happy Spring!
~Brenda H.

Hilmarose said...

16... I don't have a fav technique yet as I am new to all of this.
thanks for the chance to win :)

Nettie said...

I played around this weekend learning to shade properly with my new Copic Markers, does that count:)
Thanks for a chance at winning some goodies.

Nettie

Stampin Cats said...

#18. I love embosing. Both heat embossing and dry embossing plus I have a cuddlebug to make awesome backgrounds . Thaks for sharing.

mochamama said...

#19 my fav is definately embossing, but I am really anxious to learn how to use my brayer

Sally said...

I am really into emboss resist right now. Love to put ink down first then emboss, ink the entire surface and then wipe of the embossed part. really love how the original colors show through

Heidi Gore said...

21

My favorite technique is to distress by inking the edges.
heidi at dicarlo1 dot com

Veronica said...

#22 - I have recently learned how to do the "Reverse cuttlbug folder inking" technique. I love it! The end result is so pretty. Thank you for offering such sweet blog candy!

scfranson said...

#23 I love embossing with powders!
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

Annelies said...

24- I've recently started using odourless solvent to colour my stamped images and I really love it!!

Anonymous said...

I love your scratch-n-sniff idea! Thanks for the chance to win...maybe I'll be lucky!

Julie A. said...

#26
Thanks so much for the opportunity to win the great blog candy! My favorite techniques are embossing (I just bought a cuttlebug and am excited to start using it) and coloring/using blender pens.

Patty W said...

#27

I've just started learning to stamp and have been using Prisma's and OMS... and I find I like it very much. I've always loved to color ! LOL

Thanks for the chance!

Anonymous said...

#28
I've been regreting not getting the fruit and after seeing your scratch and sniff I really want to...that is so cute and the girls love jello so much we always have it around. Thanks for sharing.

Kathy D

sheribuckley said...

#29
Hi, the scratch-n-sniff is my new favorite...I will be trying that later today. Thanks for all the great ideas!
Sheri

WndBlon said...

#30 -

My favorite is stamp kissing! I love how you can take two great stamps and make something totally unexpected by just using them in a different way.

Linda SS said...

#31 I have always enjoyed dry embossing. I'm so happy to see the tutorial on scratch & sniff because I've been wondering how it's done. Thank you for offering a chance to win this fun SU set.

Carolina said...

#32

Favorite technique right now is reverse cuttlebug embossing...I swear if it can go through the cuttlebug it's getting the technique done to it - LOL!

CAKVD said...

33- WOW!!! I really wanted that stamp set but wasn't able to get it! You are very generous!! My favorite technique now is paste embossing. It gives me new reasons to use my old brass templates and I love the finished look!
Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

Gina Juliet said...

34 I hope I'm not too late. I have been off the cpu for a while with sick little children!!! I totally didn't get the chance to buy during sale-a- bration