Happy World Cardmaking Day!

World Cardmaking Day 2013

World Cardmaking Day is today, Saturday, October 5, and to celebrate Stampin’ Up! is holding a contest you won’t want to miss.  After all, what’s not to love about a holiday dedicated to card makers worldwide?!

There are two ways to enter:

    • E-mail a photo of a card, or of you making a card, made with Stampin’ Up! product on World Cardmaking Day to wcmd2013@stampinup.com.
    • Post a photo of a card, or of you making a card, made with Stampin’ Up! product on World Cardmaking Day on Instagram. Mention us by typing @stampinup and use the hashtag #wcmd2013 in the description.

This contest is open to everyone – demonstrators, customers, friends, spouses, children – you get the idea.  However, there are a few conditions:

    • You must be over the age of 18 to win a prize.
    • You can enter as many times as you wish, but each entry must feature a different card.
    • Contest will last all day on October 5, from 12:01 AM to 12:00 PM.
    • Stampin’ Up! will randomly select 100 winners from rheir North American markets to receive a Paper Pumpkin Kit (valued at $19.95 US/ $20.95 CA)*, and will select 50 winners from their South Pacific and European markets to receive the Naughty and Nice Rotary Stamp and Season of Style Designer Washi Tape.

A selection of pictures will be posted to Stampin’ Up!’s World Cardmaking Day Pinterest Board and the winners announced in a later current update.

*Quebec winners will receive the Naughty and Nice Rotary Stamp and Season of Style Designer Washi Tape (valued at $14.95).

Come back tomorrow to see what I have made in celebration of this “holiday”.  What cards are you going to make today?  Email me a picture at lrtolson@tx.rr.com and I will post it here on my blog.  If you include your mailing address in your email I will send you a little something back as a “thank you” for participating in World Cardmaking Day!  {SWEET!!!}

Thanks for stopping by.

Until next time, stamp on my friends,
Linda

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