November 7, 2010

Merry Makings.....

The November issue of the Paper Crafters Sampler, "Merry Makings" is just 3 days away.

This month the design team members are offering a free issue of the November sampler to one lucky reader.

To enter, just leave a comment on this post sharing one of your favorite holiday traditions.  Baking cookies, visiting neighbors or sitting by the fire opening gifts.  All entries must be posted by 5pm tomorrow (Monday evening) to be eligible. 

Want to double your chances?  Join PocketsOfInspiration.NING and post a sample of your latest project in the Photo Gallery.  Once again,  you must post a photo on the Pockets Of Inspiration.NING site by 5pm tomorrow evening.

Check out the video below for a little sneak peek of what the November has in store.




Merry Makings from Melanie Schulenberg on Vimeo.
Preview of the November issue of the Paper Crafters Sampler.

28 comments:

Lori Ruello said...

Wish the teaser showed more of the completed projects -- but I guess that would defeat the purpose. Looks pretty!

Kristi said...

Looking forward to seeing the projects! The teasers look pretty neat.

Thanks for the giveaway.

Kristi K kreationsbykristi@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

Wow, I would love to win a chance to see these projects. I am sure they are gorgeous and inspiring.
Thank you,

Karen Kurz
karenkurz@aol.com

Karen's Cards n Stamps said...

Beautiful sneak peeks... one of my favorite traditions is reading with our kids their favorite Christmas stories on Christmas eve around our fireplace (electric but it works)

nanny23 said...

love the sneak peak! One of our holiday traditions is to have a family pot luck and take Christmas pictures with everyone wearing a Santa Hat. There is usually 75-85 people there and we have it a week before Christmas. It is really nice to have the family pictures each year and watch our familes grow!

Thanks for the offer of a free copy!
Lynn SB

Ruby Taylor said...

Would so love to win this...thanks for the chance.

My favorite holiday tradition was making paper garlands for the tree with my kids. We added dried cranberry rings, popcorn rings; all sorts of things. This has been passed to my grands and is a great memory, treasure and pleasure.

Barbra said...

wow some great sneak peaks in that little video. Cant wait to see everything in full bloom. Hope you choose me for the free issue.
Hugs from the kamperstampr
Barbra

Donna McDonald said...

Wow! Looks like some great projects in this issue. Hopefully I might win. Who knows! Thanks!

Mary Campbell said...

I would love to win a copy. Thanks for the chance. My favorite tradition is enjoying all the family sitting around opening gifts. Especially now that I have Grandkids!
Mary

Shelly Schmidt said...

I am always looking for inspiration- thanks for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

My favorite Christmas tradition began when we were kids. Each week before Christmas, my dad would take one of us kids out for lunch and Christmas shopping. It was such a special time with dad (who hated shopping!). A lunch date with dad was the best Christmas present we could get!
Thanks for the opportunity to win a free issue!
Martha L.

Carri said...

My favorite Christmas tradition is family gathering on Christmas eve for snacks and games and then going out to see the lights.

Tammy Q Howell said...

One of my favorite traditions is watching A Christmas Carol together on Christmas Eve or What a Wonderful Life. We watch them together as a family and also read the Birth of Christ scriptures from Luke. Love to have that magazine! Looks like some wonderful projects!

Donna said...

My favorite tradition is too wrap Christmas presents in front of the tree watching a great Christmas movie or listening to Christmas carols. I have my scented holiday candles burning and something baking in the oven.

Donna said...

I love wrapping presents watching a nice Christmas movie or listening to Christmas carols. The Christmas lights are twinkling on the tree, I have a vanilla or evergreen candle burning and have something baking in the oven that makes my apartment smell so good.

Carol Hager said...

I love Paper Crafters magazine!!! Um...I think I will have to purchase the Christmas book (unless I win). Thank you for sharing!

Angelartistok said...

This issue looks wonderful. May just have to break down and get a subscription.

loyaz1 said...

I enjoy having the little ones around and wrapping many little gifts for them to tear open. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity.
loyaz1@wbhsi.net

Launa Bustamante said...

One of our family traditions is reading the Christmas story on Christmas Eve with the family. I would love to win the Nov. edition.

Christie said...

Would be nice to be a winner adn find this under my tree

Christie

Christie said...

Would be great to find this special treat under my tree. Wish, wish

Chrsitie

Selene Kempton said...

My favorite holiday tradition is a new one.. My daughter and I love to decorate a gingerbread house from scratch.. It's something that I see us doing every year until she's too cool. :D

Anonymous said...

Looks interesting.
Can't wait to see more!!

Faith in Florida
eppf2@aol.com

Barbara said...

The video is such a tease! Would love to see the projects.
Our favorite family tradition is gathering everyone...and I mean all 25 of us....together for Christmas Eve. We have a generic gift swap and everyone joins in....adults and children alike. It's such fun!

Maggi Minneman said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win this.........Always looking for ideas and you (according to the teasers) seem to have some doozies! (SP?) Thanks, again, for sharing.......mamin50@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Love the sneak peak; and would love to have my name drawn. Favorite Christmas tradition is opening gifts with family around the tree on Christmas morning.

Donna Valles said...

One of favorite traditions (I am fortunate to have many) is baking cookies with my grandchildren - they love it and start asking when at Thanksgiving. Would love to have a copy of the magazine. Thanks for your great blog.

Anonymous said...

HOPE I'M NOT TOO LATE FOR THE DRAWING! Linda U