Tuesday, October 12, 2010

General Baltimore Regional Swap & Blog Candy

Here are some cards that I swapped out from the general demo's at the Baltimore Regional.

Now here is the deal. I will give away something Stampin' Up if you can guess which card I have picked from all the Baltimore Regional Swap Cards. There are three posts (two under this one that have all the pictures from the Regional Convention. If more than one picks the card I am thinking of, then I will have a drawing. And don't go by which you think I like the best, as I picked the card randomly. You also must tell me what the name of the stamp set used on the card. If there is more than one stamp set used, please list both. The stamp sets are either in the main catty or the Holiday Mini. I am going to make you work for this one, but the prize will be worth it.. You have until  Saturday, 12am EST. Good Luck.... Yea, Blog Candy. 

P.S. Don't forget to put your email on your comment so I will know how to get in touch with you.


Kim said...

Oh Jen this is a tough one for sure!! My guess is that you have picked Paula Oesch's card. The stamp set is Heard from the Heart and she also used The Perfect Polka Dot and Petals A Plenty Embossing Folders I believe. Very simple card but it is striking. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

Teri said...

Wow! You've been BUSY. I think the card with the gold flourish and ornament that says Joy is the card, although they are all so wonderful, I really had a hard time deciding. I love the first card too. That's awesome!

tericout at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I'm going top pick the Halloween card made by Susan Timchuck. She used the Grateful Greetings stamp set, the spider web embossing folder and the owl punch to make the little ghost, took me a few minutes to figure the ghost out. a couple of circle punches for the eyes.
thanks for the opportunity to win.

Brenda Hugar said...

This was really hard -- all the cards are great.

I chose Charlene Monroe's Christmas card made with Bells & Boughs. Her use of the Vintage Wallpaper and Perfect Polka Dot embossing folders was a nice touch along with using the Tasteful Trim Bigz X Die and the scallop circle and circle punches.

Thanks so much for the opportunity to win some candy -- candy is always nice!

jmniffer said...

So many wonderful cards...you picked some great ones to share with us! The card that caught my eye uses the Simple Flower Embosslit die, the Little Leaves Sizzlet die, polka dot embossing folder and Teeny Tiny Wishes. No name was listed. Thanks for sharing.
jmniffer at comcast dot net

peggy_27 said...

Wow, great talent out there. I think you chose the card on Tuesday's post using Morning Cup.

Sandi said...

Wow, this is really tough Jennifer. So the vibes that I am getting say you picked the card made by Angela Khan. And the stamp sets are Seasonal Sentiments and Silhouette Sentiments. So, how many guesses do we get?? -- LOL.
Sandi Dailey

Carri said...

I think it was Sandra Blevins card and thanks for the chance to win.

Phyllis Strickland said...

That's tough but I would have to pick the "Wicked Cool" witch card by Pat Baker! I love the way she used the waffel paper to make the witch's skirt. But all of them have something to offer. And BTW your projects are the best of all. You are supremely talented.

Carol said...

I vote for the card made by Terri Mainguy - with the little sliding "ornaments" - the greeting she used is from Peaceful Season. What a great idea to make us really think and use our catalogs! Thanks for sharing your own wonderful creative ideas as well!

Carol said...


Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing the card by Robbie Rubala made with Contempo Christmas. Aloha, Sheryl lapalika@aol.com

Lori Watson said...

I'm going to go with the Greeting Card Kids with the Punch Potpourri, and teeny tiny wishes. I picked this one because it shows a Level 1 hostess set a word set and a image set. Hugs and happy stamping Lori Watson email:postal_mom_2000@yahoo.com

Pam Hodges said...

Great swaps! I think you picked the Wicked Cool card by Pat Baker! I love Halloween & that set is just too fun!
Pam Hodges

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