Thursday, December 3, 2009

It's Blog Candy Time!!

Edited to add...this blog candy is no closed but stay tuned...you never know when another may pop up. Thank you to all who played.
My goodness, I am so humbled and so appreciative of all you who regularly visit my blog. Thank you so much.! I totally missed the fact that I passed 25,000 hits and we're on the way to 27,000!

I haven't been posting regularly as I've been grieving over the passing of a dear, beloved friend and neighbor. She was 88 years young, feisty and beautiful. She lost her battle with a severe stroke and congestive heart failure on the 2nd. Today, she dances in the company of The Most High King and His angels.


For those of you who are followers, I have a gift.
If you would like to be included in this blog candy drawing, just leave me a comment with your contact information. I will be adding items including some stamped images for you to play with.


Included in this blog candy is:


Pearlescent Watercolor Paints (love these!)
A Sizzix leaf die
Stamping Bella Doc a Bella stamp
Two sets of Stampendous Swirl Stickers
Fiskars Heart Pop-up Punch
Flower Soft Christmas Tree card fronts
American Crafts foil chipboard shapes
foof-a-La epoxy stickers
SU butterfly stamp
Stamped images
adding...
assortment of paper and silk flowers
small round tin
acrylic paint can
Cutting Cafe planner
chipboard letters and foam mounted frames


Don't forget your contact info if you don't have an online account. Be sure to scroll down as I will posting some projects you might be interested in. And if you want a chance at even More candy head on over to Sue's blog. She's an awesome stamper and a really sweet person as well.

Blessings and Merry Christmas!









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13 comments:

Ann Marie said...

what a lovely gifts for your followers you are just too kind

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Charlene, my friend, I am sorry to hear about your neighbor!!! You are right she and all of the angels are doing a dance now. I think I was one of the first ones following you and I have not looked back since. You are talented beyond what I could ever be. I love visiting you my friend!!! Hugs and blessing, Sabrina

gktenney said...

I'm so sorry for your loss. Take time to grieve. That's so nice of you to offer this candy. I hope your holidays will be good despite this bump in the road.
Karen T

bonnie said...

I'm so so sorry for your loss....thinking of you :) Bonnie x

Kelly said...

What a nice collection of "stuff" for your followers. So sorry to hear about your friend, my thoughts and prayers are with you, today and always.

acreativeneed said...

Charlene, I'm sorry to hear of the passing of your friend. I wish you peace. Hugs to you my friend!
Deena

Nessie said...

You are not just a very talented lady but also a very generous one. Thanks for supplying always so wonderful inspirational projects!
Nessie

Pamela Spicer said...

Sorry that you are greiving your dear friend's loss right now. So glad you are comforted by knowing she is in the presence of Love right now in Heaven. Can't you just imagine being in the presense of the KING?
We are glad for any time you have to spend online with us, take whatever time off you need knowing we are waiting patiently and putting your past tutorials into action! Merry Christmas!! - Pamela in Scotia

Anonymous said...

Just took a second look after my last comment and saw the flower soft, oooooooh. I haven't been able to find that in my local stores. Pamela Spicer spicersunshine@aol.com

gdewey1 said...

What a nice collection of goodies. Hope I win. You know where to find me.

Jessica G. said...

So sorry to hear of the loss of your friend; I'm sure she felt blessed to have a friend in you.

Wonderful blog candy, Charlene!

Anonymous said...

Hi I am sorry to here about your friend. I agree with you older people do need younger friend. I am not a blogger yet but I have visited you blog several times and I love you work. Rhonda (frkolarits@sssnet.com)

Kelly Bee said...

I'm sure your neighbour enjoyed your friendship greatly. Sounds like she had a full and fun life.

Kelly Bee
kelly@kellybee.ca