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June 08, 2008

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Harley

Love the roller. Can't wait to see the rest of your album too :)

siobhan

Hi Nic,

I think that stampin up has really started to fill a void in the stamping industry. The colours and extras that they are coming up with, well I just can not get enough. These rollers would be perfect for cards or creating your own patterned paper. I am glad you are having fun and I think that it is a shame that you are giving it all away rather than keeping them to play with yourself. Not that I will say no if you happen to pick me though. Hope all is well and the renovations are calming down for you. I would love to see a photo of your scraproom if you are game! Have a great Sunday
Siobhan

Cass

Thanks for the week of giveaways! I'd love to give one of those rollers a try!

Michelle OKeefe

wow, I love that roller stamp ! Can't wait to see your mini book. Good luck Jacob, I know you can do it !

Michelle

Kiwimich

Yeah - go on post a pic of your scrapspace!
Love the look of that roller :)

Maggie from New Zealand

I LOVE the Hazard Area sign idea - and it's very comforting to know that someone else has one of 'those' scrap areas as well. I'm constantly clearing mine up - only to make another mess resembling the Wreck of the Hesperous! Loving that roller too......

Lou

Hi Nic,
I dont know how you get so much done in your day and you still find time to share :)
The Stampin' Up roller looks great!

Lou

~kathryn~

another awesome giveaway - please add me in this one too !!!

Sandra

Those roller thingys look like fun to play with. Please count me in for the draw. As a OHS rep at work I agree with your hubby.....all scraprooms are probably hazard areas.

Julie

Love the look of the roller. I could imagine there would be lots you could do with it!!

jen t.

love the mini album!i know the glimmermist is cool but messy!great giveaway! thanks for a chance! jen t. (mjk02@verizon.net)

Annette

Hi Nic, goodluck for this up coming week with all that you have to do. Goodluck to Jacob! I own a stampin up jubo wheel and love it here is a link to a demo that uses the rough texture wheel. http://danniesdesigns.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/05/fathers-day-wal.html
Have a great week.

Sarah Schwerin

Your mini album looks gorgeous Nic! Looking forward to seeing more on the Tarisota gallery.
Good luck Jacob! :)
Love the hazard sign - I think I need one for my room!
Thanks for the opportunity to win these awesome prizes! :)

karen

Looking forward to seeing the finished mini book! All the best to Jacob.
karen

louise

I have used the roller on this card http://punknscrap.blogspot.com/2008/05/colour-challenge-blue-green.html...

and this one too....http://punknscrap.blogspot.com/2008/05/fully-recovered-thank-goodness.html

Beck

Awesome roller, comes a close second to the scallop punch me thinks! Best of luck for the speech contest this week... and your scrap space? you SO have to post a pic now!!! Dont stress, you are not the only one you makes a mess scrappin. Honest. Ha ha ha. Have loved the constant updates, not to mention the chance to win gorgeous freebies, so thank you very much! Have to confess I checked multiple times yesterday to see if you had updated yet! We had SNOW here yesterday, so it was nice to sit and watch it fall. Bl...dy cold tho! Lol. Beck

ruth

oh readng your blog reminded me I was going to buy one of those catalogues after our last crop - LOL maybe I should wait!

Bronny

Had a great laugh over the sign Nic. I think I need one for my scrapping area at the moment. :) Love the look of the roller :)

Andrea S

Too funny about the sign. The roller stamp thingy looks cool. And good luck Jacob!

Char- D.

I would love to give one of those rollers a try. Thanks for the chance to win.

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