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The Petal Press :: Release Day + Giveaway

Hey there! I'm back for my last minute Friday post! We all know how time flies, so this card depicts just that, especially during the holidays. At first, the holidays are approaching, then it's here, and all of a sudden it is over! So go pick up your Sleigh Ride stamp set by Tracy Schultz's The Petal Press line at i {heart} papers so you can make cute sleigh holiday cards!


I have two Paper Crafts magazines to give away to two blog readers! The magazine is the current November/December 2009 issue and features a lot of holiday cards and the Stamping Royalty winning cards too! I have two cards in this issue, so you have to check this one out! Here are the details:

How to Enter the Giveaway

Enter this giveaway by leaving one comment about the Sleigh Ride stamp set or any story about sleighs during the winter season!

Giveaway Timeline

The giveaway will be available the entire weekend from the blog post time through Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 10:00 PM EST.

Giveaway Winners

Winners will be announced on Monday's blog posting!

Enjoy your weekend and thanks for stopping by!

  1. Trim pure poppy cardstock to 7" x 3.5".
  2. Trim three squares and stamp images.
  3. Color images and add faux stitching.
  4. Add a strip of striped patterned paper to card front.
  5. Adhere squares to card front with foam adhesive.
  6. Stamp sentiment, then adhere with glue dots in a wave.

Ink :: Stampin' Up! - chocolate chip
Paper :: Papertrey Ink - pure poppy, kraft, cream; October Afternoon - falling snow
Embellishments :: Inkssentials - white gel pen; Stampin' Up! - old olive marker, blender pen; Copics


kari said...

What a cute set! One of my favorite memories is when my mom and step dad married. It was around Christmas time and I was 10 years old. We took a sled from the ceremony to the reception. I thought it was the coolest thing ever.

Anonymous said...

What an adorable set! Most of my favorite childhood memories revolve around wintertime fun, skating on our neighbor's pond, snowmobiling to a family campfire in the woods and sliding with all the neighborhood kids for hours on end...it's nice to think of those now...and to realize I need to do a lot more of it as an adult - have FUN!

Thanks for the chance to win!


ScrapyCrafter said...

ohhhh! Sa-weet Ashley!
Those stamp images are so pretty!

Your creativity of your cards blow me away! So talented!!!

katrynka said...

I've never had a sleigh ride! I have ridden sleds, but no sleigh.

The stamp set is really great, I like the different options.

Sharon said...

I've enjoyed your samples of Sleigh Ride. Have never taken a ride on one, just sled rides!

Buddha said...

Those are such a cleaver idea for stamps - I love the way you have the images left middle and right - it looks like they are moving across the page and on their way someplace for the holidays. Great design - thanks for sharing your talent.

Tiff said...

what a great way to showcase the stamp set!

Laura :) said...

I LOVE this stamp set! SO cute--love how the different goodies to go inside can be switched out :)

pattylt said...

That is a darling set. How cute! I just love it when I see a set with multiple personalities. Cute card example, too.

i {heart} papers said...

Beautiful Ashley!

Nancy L. said...

I've never seen snow, so I've never been on a sleigh BUT this set is toooo cute!

Kim L. said...

Cute idea to do sleigh accessories! Looks like they'd be fun to color!

Melissa said...

I love all the variations you can make with the sleigh soap. Too cool!

Winter said...

WOW, there are so many combinations you can make with that stamp set! :)

Meda said...

Sleigh you said? You can say that again as the new place where we moved has a hill behind the building and, this autumn as I was looking out the window I realized it's perfect for slaying. SO yahoo for this winter. I ma going to be a kid again and ask my father to make me a real sleigh. As for the stamped ones, they are gorgeous!

Amy said...

This stamp set is so fun! I like that there are so many choices for filling the sleigh.

Laurel Beard said...

Cute sleigh stamp. The only "sleigh ride" I have been on has been pulled by horses but I would love to go on a sleigh ride down a big hill made of snow! :)

rush8888 said...

jingle bells....it is amazing that as a child, i sang with abandon belting out what i thought the song said. as an adult, i understand the words, and the phrase "one-horse open sleigh" actually means something.

Debbie said...

Your designs are really nice... something different from the usual seen out there. I love the sleigh ride stamp set... They sure would make the cutest Christmas cards :)

Anonymous said...

I love Tracy's cards and follow her blog. Really cool idea to design different items to stamp onto the sleigh.

Thanks for the giveaway!

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