Brian’s Blog Candy Giveaway – Little Treats

I love to share Stampin’ Up!’s products with my blog readers, team members and customers. Today, I’m happy to share a super-fun Blog Candy Giveaway today with one lucky blog reader. This is my third (and final) Blog Candy Giveaway of 2020. Yay!

Blog Candy Giveaway

I mostly make cards and don’t make a lot of boxes, bags or packages – unless they are part of a Stampin’ Up! product that’s designed with this end in mind. I’ve had lots of fun with the Little Treat Box Dies, part of the Little Treats Bundle in Stampin’ Up!’s August – December 2020 Mini Catalog, so I thought I’d share that fun with you, too!

Here’s what’s included in this blog candy giveaway:

  • Little Treats stamp set
  • Little Treat Box Dies
  • An assortment of cards I’ve made
  • A couple of other surprises, I’m sure

Here’s a look at the Little Treats Bundle:

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 Here’s a look at two treat boxes I made with this bundle – and a closeup of each – you can click on the photos to see the original post for this project:

Little Treats Bundle, Stampin Up!, Brian King Little Treats Bundle, Stampin Up!, Brian King Little Treats Bundle, Stampin Up!, Brian KingHere are some showcases of this bundle from Stampin’ Up! designers – the samples really show the versatility of this bundle:

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I will choose one winner from the comments left on today’s post to win this bundle. The winner will be announced Sunday night.

How to Qualify for this Blog Candy Giveaway

To qualify for this Blog Candy Giveaway, please leave me a comment on this post and answer this question:

Thanksgiving Leftovers – yay or nay?

I can go ahead and share my response to this question – a big YAY! It’s no secret I love cornbread dressing for Thanksgiving, and I love it just as much heated up the next day (and the day after that). Yum!

I can only send product to residents of the United States. I can’t wait to see your responses! I’ll choose a winner Sunday evening and post the winner here.

Thanks for stopping by today!


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Curvy Celebrations

Stampin’ Up! has released a new bundle of goodies – the Curvy Celebrations promotion includes some early-release products and some products that are exclusive to this promotion. You are going to love them all. Here’s a flyer to give you more information about these products:

Curvy Celebrations FlyerAll of these products can be ordered right now – if you have issues, please let me know. To read more about this promotion, CLICK HERE.

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  1. I love cornbread stuffing also. I usually double the recipe so that I can plenty of leftovers. I could just eat that with gravy.

  2. Love leftovers. Turkey sandwiches, potato patties, the entire buffet all over again. Thanks for a chance to win the Treats bundle.

  3. Yes to leftovers, thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Yay for leftovers – I had my third Thanksgiving meal today with all the trimmings! It is so much work to make it, you need to enjoy it for a few days! And who doesn’t love pumpkin pie for breakfast!! ?

  5. Beth Ann Halvorson

    Yay, especially the sides! Love me some stuffing and sweet potatos!

  6. Yay! … until there’s no pie left !!!

  7. Leftovers? Yes please! It’s practically a religion in my family. That is, with everyone except my daughter, who can’t stand them and is the only person I know who would rather disguise leftovers as anything but what they were originally. I, on the other hand, would happily repeat Thanksgiving for a week!

  8. Yay for leftovers! Turkey sandwich with Mayo and stuffing… yum! Thank you for this generous giveaway!

  9. Love these esp. the Christmas one. I wish there were more hours in a day! As far as left overs they are always wonderful. We got a lovely care box from spoonful of comfort. It was from a neighbor of ours. It had soup, rolls and cookies in it. So our leftovers weren’t the traditional ones this year but wonderful non the less!

  10. Yay for leftovers! I actually love picking the turkey clean and always make a turkey enchilada casserole a few days after Thanksgiving. It’s always a big hit and fresh take on turkey!

  11. Yay! Love leftovers!!

  12. Yay is my answer! Left overs are great When heated, flavors seem better and especially the turkey sandwiches with mayo!!!! But not just the food leftovers but also the memories of family shared that day. Because as time goes by some are born and some pass on. So I love all the leftovers of the day!!!

  13. Leftovers? Yes, I buy a 15 lb Turkey for only 3-4 people because we LOVE leftovers and it’s gotta be cornbread dressing!

  14. Yes, I like to have a turkey sandwich with mayo as a leftover!
    Thanks for your blog!

  15. Absolutely yay! Thanks foe a wonderful giveaway. Hope you had a nice thanksgiving.

  16. Yay!!! Almost the best part of Thanksgiving

  17. A big YAY! Everything tastes better the day after. Someday I’m gonna learn to make the Thanksgiving dinner the day before!

  18. Leftovers are the best!

  19. Elizabeth Sulcelline

    That’s a huge YAY for me!

  20. Yay for leftovers, but we call them Planned-Overs because we know they’re just as good the second time. Our favorite is poached eggs on dressing — any kind is good!

  21. Definitely YAY for leftovers! All of it from the turkey to the pie!!

  22. I absolutely love this treat box die. It is so versatile. I make a lot of teacher gifts and this would work for every season/holiday with a little treat inside.

    How do you make corn bread stuffing? We use bread cubes, generally from a bag or box. I keep seeing references to corn bread stuffing and I love corn bread (although ours in the North is probably way different than Southern cornbread) but have never attempted stuffing out of it.

  23. A huge YAY! I love left over stuffing and cranberries…my grandmother always ate the cranberries with cottage cheese!

  24. YAY! Love them.

  25. Yes to leftovers!!! Turkey and all the sides…it is hard to pick a favorite. A little of each a second or third time around is always good.

  26. A big Yay on leftovers!! Thanks for the giveaway! Love your blog!!

  27. Yes Yes Yes. already made Creamed turkey with mushrooms and wild rice soup and next turkey pot pie.

  28. Of course leftovers! It’s all still good.

  29. Yes! Any kind of stuffing!

  30. YAY to leftovers…I love them! Thank you for your blog candy giveaway. You are so kind!

  31. Yay! Love to eat Thanksgiving leftovers. Thanks for offering a CAndy Blog.

  32. YES!! I love leftovers … corn casserole, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie, strawberry jello salad with pineapple, stuffing, and oh yeah turkey with cranberry sauce sandwiches. (And no cooking for a few days!)

  33. Yay for leftovers! Creamed turkey on toast was a regular after-Thanksgiving meal growing up.

  34. Yay to leftovers! With our snapper gathering this year I didn’t make as much food and I’m missing the leftovers. We only had enough for 1 additional meal.

  35. Yay to leftovers, a cooking break!

  36. Yah! Turkey soup, ham salad, cornbread dressing, sweet potatoe casserole….the list is never ending. Love these once a year leftovers!

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