Thursday, June 24, 2010

Idea Book Giveaway!!

Here it is!!! Would you like to win your very own copy of Stampin' Up!'s upcoming Idea Book and Catalog? Well, here's your chance! To win, simply leave me a comment on this post about your 4th of July traditions or what Independence Day means to you. If you don't have a tradition, no big deal...just tell me you'd like to win! Leave your comments by midnight on June 27th. I'll randomly choose a winner and announce on Monday, June 28th!! I'll mail out the catalog to the winner ASAP since ordering starts on July 1st!!!!

This Idea Book and Catalog retails for $9.95 (plus tax and shipping).


Jamie Oliver (@va_grown) said...

Our "tradition" for the 4th still changes every year since we had kids of our own. But it seems like rain in the afternoon and a humid, muggy night is a Virginia 4th of July tradition. I can't remember a single 4th that didn't involve at least one short shower.

Annie pol said...

When I think of 4th of July, I think of cook-outs, water balloon fights and waiting until it gets dark enough to start lighting off all the illegel fireworks we had. Good times!!

jackie said...

Rachel you are doing a great job on your blog. Just keep doing what you have been doing. You are a pro and don't realize it. I would of never guessed you had not been doing this blog thing for very long.
I loved your sweet comment about your favorite birthday gift ever on my blog. It was and is a great gift! Thank You.
I would love to win your 4th of July giveaway. Our family tradition is to join the fun in our downtown and watch the Parade. People we go to church with and rub shoulders with in the community are in the parade in cars, motorcycles, horses, bicycles, tractors you name it and it has been in the parade. Then we trade off between my mom or sisters home and have a big BB que and then watch the fireworks at the park. It is what we have done for years and it is tradition. Love the 4th!

Kristi said...

Now that I have a little boy, 4th of July means trying to get him to like Fireworks. In 2008 when he was 3 we took him to see the local Fireworks display and as soon as they started booming he was crying and screaming to get back in the car and leave. When we got home, we had the worst thunderstorm complete with booming thunder and lots of lightning, so that didn't help matters. Last year we couldn't even convince him to get in the car to go see Fireworks, but we did manage to watch some on TV, which he enjoyed!