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Sep 22, 2009


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Greetings! What a fabulous giveaway prize drawing. My friends and I have a monthly stamping group get-together and I could be the envy of all of them, if I win this lovely Daisygirl Stamp! It is one of my favorites from your shop.
I would enjoy seeing more projects
on her blog. Journals, cards, seasonal ideas for decorating and entertaining. Please enter my name in your drawing.
Many thanks to you.....Cindi

Stephanie B

That is so cute! A perfect idea for a teacher.


Super cute! I'd love to see creative, unique ideas for using the stamps ... i.e. instead of an address stamp, use it for stamping an Artist Trading Card, or something like that.

maureen wildauer

Love this sweet little stamp. What I would love to see on this blog are some how to's on handwriting. I really want to improve my own handwriting. Love all the things you do!


In all honesty, I don't even really care what you post about. No matter what it is just seeing your cute little blog brightens my day!
That stamp is adorable and Rebekah would love, love, love one!
Have a great day,


Love your blog! Wouldn't change a thing!
Would absolutely LOVE to give that stamp to my daughter! She's a teacher and is always on the lookout for cute little touches for her classroom - it would be so cute for her to use that when she writes notes or tests or homework...


Love the stamp, reminds me of Spring/Autumn


Mary Kate

I like handwriting tips including really basic ones. For example, how do I keep all my "A"s (or any other letter) looking the same? My writing looks like scribbles. How do it get it to look more uniform? I also love, love, love the quotes you run.

Michele Pineda

I would love this for my daughter! Very cool....and the design is just perfect. I can think of so many uses, from personalizing her notebooks, making paper crafts and cards, stationery, etc...

micaela6955 at msn dot com


Awww, I would love one (^ᴗ^)❤!

One of the reasons I came to your blog in the first place was inspiration, and there's plenty in here! And then the fact that I wasn't very happy with my own handwriting and all your tips were very welcome.
I'm doing a lot of writing now, as you suggested and it has been also very therapeutic. So, I (obviously) would like more tips on handwriting and calligraphy please (^ᴗ^)❤

Thank you for another giveaway, I wish I'm the lucky one (^⩌~).


so cute!


My niece would love this!!!

Michelle J

Ooooh, I would love this for my daughters' teacher - she is SO full of energy and enthusiasm. She gets excited just talking to parents. This morning she was like a kid in a candy store when I asked if I could start helping in her class in November and she already has a few parents coming in daily already!

As for your blog - whatever you want! Love the recipes, sewing projects, your project notebooks (I thought I was the only one with several notebooks of project ideas), your cards/stamps, your reading choices. Maybe a little about your work area, your favorite papers, coloring utensils?


Oh, the adorable whimsiness of it! Love it all! This would be a fab gift for a newlywed...uh, like me even though I've been married for a little over a year. :o)


Just popping over from Paper n Stitch. This is my first time visiting your blog but your Etsy shop has been a long time favorite! In a perfect world, I'd order one of everything. I love everything you do. And, your blog? It's wonderful. Thank you.


I love the stamp! So precous. Thanks for sharing.


I love handwriting tips!

Thanks for the giveaway :)

Melissa Gruber

i love your stamps...i have 2 already and a 3rd would be wonderful to add to my collection!

thanks gina!


Love that stamp! I'd enjoy seeing more of your quotes!


Love your stamps!! This one is so fun and feminine!


Hi Gina!
I am a huge fan of your products. I enjoy reading your blog daily. It's great as is. I'd love to see some of the finished invitations you created, or other products outside of the stamp world. You're so talented!

jessica crawford

i love the little name stamp! it would be perfect for my daughter to use for thank you notes...

i would love to see crafty ideas on your blog--paper, fabric, etc.--especially as we enter the holiday season.



So many fantastic ideas you come up with. I'm a big big fan of all of it!


I would love to learn more about how to use calligraphy pens - how do you hold the pen to get the tip to leave the right mark?


I love reading your retrospective posts! Really interesting! Thanks for the giveaway too.

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