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Giveaway: Distress Ink MINI Kit #3

It’s time for another giveaway! Why you ask? Because I am here. I’ve relocated here to www.laurelbeard.org. My other blog (www.laurelbeard.wordpress.com) is no longer active! And I want to make sure you are all still following me… So I thought I’d need a bit of incentive, lol! You can just enter your email address over there on the sidebar to the right. See it? Yea, right there! Enter your email and you will have subscribed to my blog via email. There are other ways to follow (reader, RSS, Bloglovin’), etc.. You would just copy/paste my blog (www.laurelbeard.org) into whatever reader you use and voila, you are subscribed!

I love you all as much as I love distress inks! LOL! You guys know I love me some distress inks so this giveaway is perfect! You’ve got a week to enter!

So purdy please, follow me. Resubscribe! Or hello and welcome to any new subscribers! HE HE HE! If you already made the switch and are following me, THANK YOU! And yes, your bet you can enter the giveaway!

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47 Comments

  1. Tried to do rafflecopter for drawing. It said the drawing was not open yet.???? Came here from the email you sent me and they are usually a day late in arriving. Today is Sunday. When does the drawig start?

  2. Working now. Thanks

  3. Fav technique is cutting dies. I have a Cricut but running dies though my Big Shot is so easy.

  4. I’d love to try these mini distress inks !! Thanks

  5. My fave technique is inking. i love the differents looks we can have with them !!

  6. Cindi Atkins says:

    glad to know where you are at……thanks for the chance to win

  7. Denise Ferguson says:

    Thanks for a chance to win the most versatile inks out there! Congrats on your new blog address!

  8. Liu Chunxue says:

    Thanks for the chance!

  9. randplasch says:

    My favorite technique is inking….it really adds a depth to my scrapbooking and cardmaking. Thanks!

  10. mjmarmo says:

    Love inking edges!

  11. I’m still with you Laurel! Playing with ink is my favorite!

  12. Iris Soscia says:

    My favorite technique is heat embossing.
    isoscia at aol dot com

  13. Eileen L. says:

    Dies are my favorite but I love watercoloring also. Thanks Laurel for a chance to win.

  14. Congrats on making the switch:)

  15. Oops forgot to comment on my favorite technique-die cutting:)

  16. I don’t have a favorite technique, I just keep trying to learn more and more! Thanks for a chance to win!!

  17. My favorite technique is distress ink backgrounds that are flicked with water. Love distress!

  18. I love embossing 🙂

  19. Linda Sodano says:

    I will follow you on your new site!

  20. Tough one, but I’d have to say distress inking…I find myself inking the edges of all elements, including layers and the card itself on EVERY card…I can’t help it 🙂

  21. Love distress inks and following your blog to what you create!

  22. My favorite technique are embossing folders.

  23. Sandi Redmann says:

    I love to emboss either dry or wet is best 🙂

  24. Thanks so much I love to use Distress inks and these are amazing colours thanks for the chance

  25. I like all the techniques you can do with distress inks.

  26. susanscrap says:

    I love to use distress inks for watercoloring! Thanks for the chance to win!

  27. Kathy H says:

    I don’t do many techniques besides stamping, embossing and paper piecing but I’ve been doing some water coloring and enjoy that a lot.

  28. Connie says:

    I’m subscribed…thanks so much for sharing Distress Inks!

  29. My favorite technique is watercoloring at the moment, but of course it changes on a regular basis. . . Lol! Thanks for the chance, I don’t have any of these, so it would be great to win. I love the new site and have been following you for years!

  30. Iris López says:

    These days I’m loving watercoloring. I like to use distress inks for that.

  31. Sharon Gullikson says:

    I like to use embossing powders

  32. Cynthia B. says:

    I’m not a very technique-y girl, but I almost always use inks to help define edges to my embellishments or photo mats. Distress inks are the best for that! Thanks for the chance to win, and congrats on your new address. 🙂

  33. Thanks for the chance 🙂 ..My fave technique is embossing ..Love the look it creates!

  34. Emboss resist is my favourite 🙂

  35. My favorite technique is distress inking and of course die cutting too!!

  36. Thanks for the giveaway, Laurel! My favorite technique is paper piecing! 🙂

  37. Christi Hicks says:

    wrinkle free distress ink is my all time fav technique. Though I just saw a new one last night called caught in crystal that I am going to be trying pretty darn soon.

  38. Alix Andra says:

    Just discovered distress inks and use them constantly. Greatest way to add color and texture. Thank for the opportunity

  39. Thanks so much for the giveaway!! Yahooooo!! My current Fe orig technique is a toss between embossing paste and stencils and distress ink blending win water drops!!

  40. I love using my embossing folders to add dimension to my cards. I love to ink them up, too. I LOVE the mini pads. They make inking the folders a whole lot easier.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

  41. I love paper piecing!

  42. Mamatha says:

    Distressing!

  43. buntyw says:

    Mono printing!

  44. jessica says:

    Love distress ink and would love these.

  45. Angela Watson says:

    My fave are Gelatos on watercolor paper and then accented with Pitt Pens. So much color, so little effort!

  46. Khadijah L. says:

    my favorite crafty technique is distressing the whole page then adding drops of alcohol to create a really cool effect!

  47. christygetscrafty says:

    The new blog looks amazing! And I love the signature at the bottom of each post. Really clean and pretty. Awesome giveaway! I’m switching over to the Distress Ink minis and I don’t have that one yet! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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