Brian’s Blog Candy Giveaway – Bright Baubles

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.


Blog Candy Giveaway

I’ve really enjoyed playing with so many of the incredible and new products in Stampin’ Up!’s July-December 2021 Mini Catalog. As the weather gets cooler, I’m drawn to the wintertime sets. I have LOVED working with the Bright Baubles Bundle – and it’s been a big seller for me, so I know my customers like it,too. I added an extra bundle to my last order, so I’m giving it away today. Here’s what’s included in this blog candy giveaway:

  • Bright Baubles Cling Stamp Set
  • Delicate Baubles Dies
  • An assortment of cards I’ve made
  • A couple of other surprises I’ll throw in at the last minute

Here’s a look at the Bright Baubles Bundle (which, incidentally, is still available for purchase):

Bright Baubles Bundle, Stampin Up! 156384

The stamp set is pretty wonderful, but it’s the Delicate Baubles Dies that make this bundle a must-have. Here’s a look at the projects I’ve shared with these dies (you can click on the photos to see the original post for each project):

Bright Baubles Bundle, Stampin Up!, Brian King, Christmas card Bright Baubles Bundle, Stampin Up!, Brian King, Christmas cardBONUS: I’m making another card with this bundle that I’ll share tomorrow – does it get any better than that?!

I will choose one winner from the comments left on today’s post to win this bundle. The winner will be announced Sunday evening – that gives you TWO days to enter to win.


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:

How would you describe your Christmas decorations?

I can go ahead and share my response to this question – I love white Christmas lights and a colorful mix of Christmas ornaments on the tree (I am not afraid to mix heirloom ornaments in with modern decorations).

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


While I Have Your Attention…

While you are still here, I would like to draw your attention to a couple of things you might, otherwise, miss:

Clearance Rack

Stampin’ Up! loaded new items in the Clearance Rack this week – there are still lots of items available at amazing prices (if you like that kind of thing)!

Christmas Kits

Stampin’ Up! has released both of the project kits shown on pages 6 and 7 of the July-December 2021 Mini Catalog. And they are adorable! ♥ To see these kits in my online store, click on the links below:

Crown Rewards

I host a rewards program for my customers. For every $50 included on an order, customers earn a crown. Crowns can be redeemed for FREE PRODUCT. To learn more about this program, click here.


Don’t leave without commenting on this post so you can be included in the Blog Candy Giveaway. Here’s the question I want you to answer (even though I answered in noncommittally):

How would you describe your Christmas decorations?

Thanks for stopping by today!

Brian

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166 Comments

  1. I would say my Christmas decorations are traditional. I enjoy decorating my tree with Old World glass ornaments and handmade ones. I also enjoy putting out my Nativity collection. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I decorate with traditional and modern themes. And when traveling we always get an ornament for our trees, so we have fond memories of our trips.

  3. I have tons of Christmas decorations that I have collected over the past 50 years. What I like best though is decorating the tree. Every single ornament I have has meaning. They are either handmade, gifts from friends or special ornaments the girls have made while growing up. I even put the colored paper plate wreaths they made in Sunday School when they were 4 years old on the tree. Needless to say it takes forever for me to decorate the tree as each ornament brings back a wonderful memory Maybe I should call it my Memory Christmas tree. LOL

  4. Hi Brian, love your card today. The ornament really makes a statement. Love the colors.

  5. I love a mix of homemade ornaments and ornaments purchased in different places we travel to. It’s so fun to hang them up while remembering the places we’ve been.

  6. My family loves Christmas and our entire home gets decorated for the holiday! All of my decorations are memories; either handmade, purchased in travels, received as a gift or purchased for a special reason. My nativity is the centerpiece. When my sons were born I bought them a special ornament each year related to their interests that year or to mark a special occasion . I kept a notebook for each and wrote the year and why they received that particular ornament. When my oldest moved out and got married I gave him his notebook and his ornaments. It was so special to watch him place his ornaments on his own tree and share his memories with his wife. My youngest is still at home and receiving ornaments!

  7. Mostly traditional. The ornaments we had on the tree growing up are still some of my sentimental favorites!

  8. I would describe my Christmas decorations as abundant! One year I will decorate the tree with white snowflakes and lights, another year with red bead garland and tied-plaid fabric garland, and yet another with straw ornaments.

  9. I describe my decorating as ANGELS, ANGELS, and MORE ANGELS.
    I have an angel tree and just live decotsting it every year. Many of the ornaments were gifts so I get to remember all those that helped make my angel tree bright.

  10. Very, very traditional – with an added tree for ‘travel’ ornaments. Too bad we haven’t been able to add more to this tree lately. 🙂

  11. I have a Christmas tree farm so my decorations are simple in the house so can decorate the barn.

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