Sunday, 9 March 2014

Fortnghtly Candy #13 - Please Make Sure you are Following.

  Morning everyone!

It's candy time again so come and join us but make sure you follow the rules as I initially drew 2 numbers of people who aren't following the blog so they lost out.  :o( 
The winner for Candy #12 is:

which means that

Susan Renshaw

is the winner of the £10 voucher to spend at,uk

Congratulations Kitty, please can you email me at to claim your prize?

If you would like to the chance to win the £10 voucher in this new candy, then you need to make sure you do the following three things:

1/  Make sure you are following this blog.

2/  Paste the Candy badge (top right sidebar) into your blog sidebar and link back to this blog.

3/ Leave a comment below answering the following question:

What is your favourite crafty technique? 

4/  Put your name down for the candy using linky.

Remember that you need to follow all the rules to qualify.  Many of the last entries failed to answer the question...again!  
Good luck! 
If you've not already paid a visit to see my new papers, head over now for a quick look.  There are lots more on the way so keep your eye on them to see if anything catches your eye.  I have designed the sets so that there are plenty of options to mix and match and they come with matching matting layers so that your entire card works perfectly together.  

Scribble and Scrap 

Take care and happy crafting!


  1. My favourite crafty technique? Well, I'm rather partial to distressing right now. However, I find variety is key, and I love to mix it up and try different things! x

  2. I do love all types of embossing.
    Sue x

  3. Blimey Lexie this is a hard one to answer. MMMmmmm stamping at this moment in time but it may change in a minute!! Thanks for the chance. I'm a follower and linked to my sidebar xx Jan

  4. My favourite crafty technique is probably stamping and embossing, but I do like to have a go at anything really. Louise x

  5. I always try to use a different technique each time. This week my favourite technique is masking but one never knows it may change. I am already a follower.

  6. Probably stamping, but I do like to try other techniques

  7. My current favourite technique is paper piecing and using your fab papers to do it.

  8. I like to try many different techniques on my card-making but my favourite is definitely stamping and heat embossing.

  9. I'm hooked to punched currently!! I want to try embossing. but do not have an embosser... I'm following already..
    Moxie Craftie

  10. Right now I'm really into adding texture to items using masks and different mediums. My favourite one at the moment is Paper Artsy's Grunge Paste. I also like all kinds of distressing. Hugs, Dorothy

  11. I would say Copic coloring if my favorite passion right now. :-)

  12. My favourite technique is dry embossing.

  13. My favorite technique is decoupage!

  14. I can't pick just one! There are a few techniques I love: colouring with my Prismacolor pencils, using die cuts, and dry embossing. Thanks for the candy! Wishing you a joyful day!

  15. My favorite techniques are using die cuts and coloring.

  16. I do love colouring with markers, not very good at it though Lol!!! I seem to always use die cuts with my creations. I do also like to do the odd decoupage every now and then.
    Already a follower and have it posted in my sidebar.


  17. Right now my thing is die cuts. I love dies. I have to stop myself or I would own every single one I come across. I also love distressing.

  18. I am not sure if you can call this a technique but I love keeping my creations pretty simple. No fluffy-things or a lot of embellishments...


  19. My favourite technique has to be embossing 9Often followed by distressing!)


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