Brian’s Chic Blog Candy Giveaway

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

This past weekend was all about Brian & Emma’s Super-Awesome Fun Time Card Kit. Over the past week, I’ve been assembling, sorting and packing the individual projects for the latest edition our kit – and they are all ready to be delivered to the post office this morning. Yay!

The kit we designed showcases several products from the Texture Chic Suite of Products in Stampin’ Up!’s 2022 Annual Catalog. While I won’t be sharing those projects here, I’m happy to host a blog candy giveaway with some of these amazing products. Such fun!

Here’s a look at what I’m giving away in the blog candy giveaway that launches today:

Blog Candy Giveaway, Texture Chic, Brian KingHere’s what’s included in this bundle of goodies:

  • Season of Chic Bundle (including Season of Chic stamp set and Chic Dies)
  • Texture Chic Memories & More Cards
  • Texture Chic Memories & More Note Cards & Envelopes
  • Other goodies you’ll certainly enjoy

I’ll randomly select a winner on Wednesday evening – but you need to leave a comment to be included in the giveaway.

How to Qualify for this Blog Candy Giveaway

The Season of Chic Bundle features gorgeous images and sentiments from all seasons – snowflakes, leaves, flowers and seashells all make an appearance in this gorgeous suite. To qualify for this Blog Candy Giveaway, please leave me a comment on this post and answer this question:

What is your favorite season of the year?

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 Wednesday evening and post the winner here.

Thanks for stopping by today!


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  1. I would pick Spring for my favorite season, everything blooming after a cold winter and things beginning to come life, longer days. Thanks for the chance to win.

  2. Fall is my favorite season. I love the cooler temps and all the beautiful colors of fall. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hi, Brian. I love your clean cards, color combinations, videos — everything you do! My favorite season is spring. There are beautiful spring bulbs and flowers, the end of winter (we’re close to the mountains & the cold gets old), time to look at gardening catalogs, order seeds, start planning and planting.

  4. Fall is my favorite season! I love the autumn color palette.

  5. Gosh! It’s hard to pick between Spring & Fall. I love the awakening of Spring and all the color changes of Fall. So I guess they are both favorites. Thanks for a chance to win this wonderful set.
    But I know I don’t like winter and summer is just too hot!

  6. Fall is definitely my favorite time of the year. The cooler mornings and nights, the colors of the leaves as they change, and the aromas of cooking with apples and pumpkin spices. It’s sweater weather and football season.

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