welcome to the Hambly Screenprints bloghop for NSD (National Scrapbook Day)!
There’s lots of stuff going on over at Hambly atm. Take this giveaway – simply comment on this post & you’ll be entered to the giveaway of a $25 gift certificate* for the Hambly Screenprints’ webstore, so that you can just pick whatever you like from their vast selection of yummy transparencies, papers, stickers & rub-ons :) And you can check out the other Hambly DT-blogs for even more chances to enter this giveaway – which means you have 7 chances to win if you chose to comment on all the blogs! :)
*only 1 gift certificate person, deadline to leave a comment is May 1st at 11:59pm PST.
To visit the other blogs, check out these links:
..and me…this blog….;p
There’s also a HUGE online sale going on at the store – 30% for today only – so hurry up and you can snag yourself lots of steals!
Lastly, there’s an exciting announcement over at Hambly at the moment. If you love creating with Hambly, I’d totally, totally check out that announcement. Good luck! ;)
Oh, and I can’t let you leave this blog without some eyecandy – and since this is all about Hambly I figured I’d share a few Hambly-layouts I’ve created lately – you know – to hopefully make you want to whip out your own Hambly-stash (or shop at the sale…or even better, WIN at the giveaways:) ) & create stuff yourself too….
First a very simple layout, made with purple cardstock (I’ve forgotten how lovely cardstock really is :p), yummy rub-ons and a small mix of both transparent and paper Hanging Helicons. The layout is based on a sketch from Pagemaps, and was created for a contest at the local scrapbook-forum I’m hanging out at (Minneriket, a Norwegian one :)
Here’s another contribution to the aforementioned contest at Minneriket :) Created with a mix of Prima papers and flowers, Hambly rub-ons , transparency and sticker and letters from Luxe Designs & Adornit. Oh, and an awesome cord-brad from Nikki Sivils :) The photo is of me, my sister and our grandfather skating in 1986. We lived not too far away from a skating rink (Valle Hovin) so we used to skate quite often in the winters :)
I made the flower from two Prima-flowers, a ribbon turned into flower and a brad from Nikki Sivils. Which’s fabric-covered. Lovely :) Lastly – here’s a layout I made of my mother when she was young – back in 1971. She attended a workshop on modelling once, and here she’s showing off what she learned to the photographer :)
This was also created for the contest at the local scrapbook-forum, where we were to be inspired by a black&white 60s music video. It was elegant & cute, so I got inspired by the style & b&w and decided to create this layout w/the photos of my mother and the always elegant Brocade transparency & Hambly Couture-paper. Other stuff includes Making Memories (journalpaper), Prima (bling and flowers), Tattered Angels (glimmermist), ribbon, letters from Luxe Designs and Adornit and punches from Martha Stewart.
Thanks for following through – comment away and good luck!! :)
Ps! Don’t forget the Pink Paislee-giveaway – just comment on the post before this one! That one is open whole weekend, which this post will be closed later tonight (see above for the details if you’ve forgotten stuff :) )
Ps2! Fancy Pants also have some NSD fun for you – check out their blogpost for more info – and the contest is open to both US and Internationals :)
Off to shoot a wedding now ♥♥♥