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Thursday, 24 October 2013

Autumn Promarkers to win.....

It's my turn to post over on the Letraset blog today, and I have a set of twelve ProMarkers to give away to one of you....



They are the very latest colours for Autumn/Winter and are limited editions. The colours are lovely, you will get: winter spruce, solstice blue, firewood, sugar plum, red sweater, frosted lake, pressed leaf, hearthstone, trick or treat, sleigh bell, frozen lake and iced pearl plus a blender pen 




All you have to do is go over to the Letraset blog HERE and leave a comment, then come back here to leave your name. Don't forget if you tick the anonymous box to leave a comment (if you don't have a google account) to leave your name - Joan from Doncaster would be better than just Joan. All those who have commented on BOTH blogs will be entered into a random draw to win the markers. If you subscribe by email, click on the grey GOING BUGGY at the top of your email, and it will bring you straight here to leave your comment. I will mail anywhere in the world, so you can all enter. I'll draw a winner next Wednesday, and tell you who won next Thursday. Good luck!

What have I been up to over there? Alcohol inks and ironing - such a cool technique, much more fun than ironing sheets and shirts! Here is one of the alcohol ink cards I made today, I love messing around with them, it's addictive....


What else have I been doing - searching for a sheet music book that I bought in a charity shop last year. I NEED it now, for a Christmas project I am working on, and can I find it? I have searched in every crafty nook and cranny, so there is nothing for it, tomorrow will see me marching into Oxfam and Age Concern to see if I can replace it. What a bummer, just when I have masses to do. I did unearth rather a lot of papers though, including a couple of brand new paper stacks that I forgot I had, and I need to set aside a day just to sort this lot out - that day will be after I have finished my sheet music project of course, and the first thing that will turn up will be the book I have spent hours looking for today. Inevitable.......

See you tomorrow x  

77 comments:

  1. oh wow keeping my fingers crossed as i so need these colours thanks so much for the chance to win

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  2. I LOVE the background you created!!! It's perfect for this wonderful stamp. Hugs, Brigitte

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  3. Great idea and what messy fun! I would love to win those promarkers!

    Barb Diehl

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  4. Oh my..I've been trying to get my hands on this set for awhile...crossing my fingers..fabulous project..thanks for sharing

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  5. Neat technique! I NEED these markers for my collection! However, since I'm the first commentor...I likely won't win :(
    Avra

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  6. I just never get Alcohol inks to work for me. Your card is fabulous. TFS...

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  7. Thanks for sharing the great technique and offering the chance to win the markers. Fingers crossed!
    hugs--
    Roberta
    Queen Bee Paper Crafts
    My Blog Candy

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  8. I commented on the blog, beautiful card and loved the technique. Thanks for the chance...

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  9. How lovely it would be to win this! Thanks for a chance!

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  10. I left a comment over at the Letraset blog. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Pamela Danner
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  11. I have been over to see what you have been up to! I am most impressed with your projects, and will certainly have a go with this

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  12. I loved your tutorial over on the Letraset site. I need to try that technique--once a get a few more bottles of the stuff!

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  13. Hope you manage to find the papers. Thank you for a fab tutorial and a chance to win those lovely new Promarkers xx

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  14. That was a very cool technique! Thanks for sharing!

    I commented on the other blog as Lisa Justice :)

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  15. Don't you just hate when you know that you have something and can't find it. I did the same thing the other day looking for my glue gun. Looked everywhere for it. Could not find it anywhere. Didn't do the project that day as I needed my glue gun. A few days later went in my craft room to get something else and there sitting on a stack of totes was my glue gun tote. It wasn't there a few days ago. LOL

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  16. Oh my goodness Enfys! You don't know how much I love that technique! It will be next on my list of fun techniques to try. Can't wait, I may just try it tonight and it's already 11:40 p.m. Love it! Thanks!

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  17. Great technique! I left a comment on the Letraset blog!

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  18. WoWza - I went over there and what a FABULOUS technique... I love it and am going to try that one :-D Thank you for the TuT and the chance to win some yummy Promarkers :-D

    Huggies

    IKE xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  19. Hallo Enfys,
    ich habe mir das Tutorial angesehen und bin begeistert von dieser Technik. Deine Karten sind wunderschön geworden. Ich würde sehr gern in den Lostopf hüpfen. Ich liebe Promarker Stifte sehr. Ganz liebe Grüße Silvi

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  20. Awesome giveaway! And lovely tutorial too! Thanks for the chance! Left a comment on Letraset blog
    http://rangularekkalu.blogspot.in

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  21. Love the ironing technique Enfys TFS.

    The star card is lovely - the background has worked really well.

    Toni xx

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  22. Thank you for the chance. I also left a comment on Letraset blog!

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  23. Great technique withe Alcohol inks and ironing.
    Two beautiful cards.
    Thanks for the tutorial.
    Gr Elly

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  24. I love this technique Enfys - definitely going to try it out. The backgrounds are stunning, and each one will be unique. Pat x

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  25. At the centre of all craft rooms is a big black hole into which everything we need to use disappears!

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  26. Left a comment over at Letraset - love the effect you have achieved - thanks for the chance to win xx

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  27. I have looked at the letraset blog and love the new technique. We all have a few of these bottles lying around and it's nice to find something else to try. I love the subtle colours on your card.
    Jeannie E.

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  28. Great giveaway, love the alcohol inks and ironing :)

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  29. this is a great technique! I love your card-very effective!I would like to try this when i get some inks!xx

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  30. Thank you so much for the chance, great colours in this set, fingers crossed, love Jane x

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  31. I love your Beautiful backgrounds! Thanks for sharing the technique and giving us the opportunity to win pens.

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  32. Beautiful card. Thanks for the tutorial. Would love to try these markers.

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  33. Cindy A
    Love the card & Boy do I need some more pens

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  34. Sure do love your work and really love those pro markers, sure wish.......I had a few more...
    Janice of NJ jman4@comcast.net

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  35. Greetings, Enfys~ I'm sitting here, enjoying my second homebrewed cup of Duncan's pumpkin spice coffee! I so miss your Duncan's musings. Finally, a reason to dust off my alcohol inks. Off to try and find my iron. I know I have one somewhere?!! Christelle from Oxford

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  36. Fabulous card! I love the background :). Thanks for the chace to win! hugs xxx

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  37. Cool technique! What kind of gloss paper do you use?

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  38. Very pretty card!!!!! Can't wait to try out the embossing powder trick!!! Would love to win these markers!!!!

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  39. Wunderschön ist der Hintergrund gearbeitet. Promarker habe ich auch, aber leider nicht die Herbstversion. Ich werde gleich mal deine Technik ausprobieren. Vielen Dank für die Chance die Stifte zu gewinnen.
    Liebe Grüße und einen schönen Tag, Ajascha

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  40. Very cool creation! Thanks for a chance at the markers too! Hugs, Robin

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  41. What a fun project. Thanks for the chance to win the markers. Barbara in AZ

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  42. Love this card! I've been using inks also and they are fabulous to work with. Thanks for a chance at winning some markers.

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  43. Fabulous work the shades are gorgeous Ginny x

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  44. Beautiful card Enfys...love the alcohol ink background! Thanks for the tips. Would love to win the promarkers!!
    Hugs, Renee

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  45. Hi, Enfys,

    As I mentioned at Letraset, I have never used alsolhol inks before, but I am willing to try. They look so beautiful when you do them.

    Dianne Bell - Sewpro02@aol.com

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  46. Love this technique...I left a question about it over on the Letraset post!!

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  47. Thanks for the chance at autumn colors.
    Hugs, CyndiU

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  48. I've just been over to see what you've been doing - love it! I'm now going to see just how much I can achieve with fingers crossed ;)

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  49. Gorgeous card Enfys, love its design. hugs Shirleyxxxx

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  50. wow thanks for the chance to win angxx

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  51. What great names for the promarkers, love the iron technique. Hope you found the music book!
    Hazel x

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  52. Wow great looking cards and you made it look so easy so I just have to try this next!
    Thanks for yet another chance to win some great stuff.
    Cheers
    Chris x

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  53. Great idea. Would love to win.

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  54. Ha! I hope you find your music book - I do the same thing. I put things up for later, and can't find them later! Loved your card and technique. Thanks for the chance to win this set!

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

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  55. That's so neat! I want to give this a try. Love to win the set of markers, but good luck to all. BethAnn M.

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  56. I love this effect for backgrounds. Can it be done with a heat gun? [no idea where my iron is residing these days - we parted ways long ago!]
    Laura from Western Pa.

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  57. Love your project, it look so nice. And thank you for the chance to win markers with just fantastic names. Wow.
    Hugs, Yvon

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  58. A super technique Enfys and a stunning result. I can see me having to purchase some new crafty stash to try this out. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance to win. Have commented on the Letraset blog.
    Mags
    x

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  59. Great technique, will have to try asap xx JennyP

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  60. Fabulous technique!!! on Letraset site..and I'll ask again here...would you think about doing a youtube?? and would luv to add the autumn set to my little collection..Thanks for the chance

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  61. These colours sound wonderful, thanks for the chance of winning. Sue x

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  62. I left a comment as requested... under ALOC. Nice tutorial for an interesting technique. I learned the hard way that alcohol ink does not work on photo paper!

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  63. I will keep my fingers crossed. I don't have any markers and these look like fabulous colors !
    Anna Newhouser

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  64. Thanks for sharing the great technique and offering the chance to win the markers. hugs, Helena

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  65. You are so wonderful to offer more promarkers. I will keep positive thoughts about being the winner. Thank you too for the great idea using the inks. I posted a comment over on that site.

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  66. Fabulous colors blended together!
    Loved the ironing effect on your other letraset blog. Braver seen those inks before Abd it's amazing what you can do with them.
    Fabulous technique.
    Thanks for showing and sharing it.
    Hugs
    Sharon hudson

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  67. What a fantastic way of making easy backgrounds and so beautiful too. The PM's look fabulous and such brilliant names too, thanks for a chance of winning them. TFS. K x

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  68. A gorgeous background - it almost looks like the stormy sky we have at the moment x

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  69. Thank you very much for the tutorial, I love testing new things when making cards. .. and thank you for the giveaway ! xx

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  70. Thanks for sharing your latest project. Don't you just love the color selection?

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  71. Another great idea. Love it.
    Heather Mayfield

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  72. Enfys,
    Thanks for a chance to win and good luck to everyone.

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  73. Thanks for sharing this new technique.
    craftee J.

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  74. Oh wow, I'm in awe Enfys of what you achieved over on the blog. Brilliant effect! Lovely Promarkers, keeping all crossed. Ruby x

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  75. Oh my, what gorgeous colors of markers. I've always heard of them but never used them. It would be great to win such a terrific prize. Thanks for entering me in your drawing.

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  76. Beautiful card! I refuse to iron clothes, but I might dust off the iron to try this out... will just have to do it when the hubby isn't around to see me with an iron in my hands!

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  77. What a pretty background. Thanks for sharing your crafty smarts.

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I love reading your comments, thank you for taking the time
Enfys x