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The BIG Giveaway!

** This giveaway is now closed

I had been planning a good BIG giveaway for quite some time for celebrating the success of my little craft store. For those of you who don't know, I have a little store for craft supplies and handmade cards which I manage through e-mails and Facebook since the online store is not up yet. We are working on the online store and that should be up and running pretty soon. But still we are proud to say that we have completed 250 orders to about 50 customers in the last 6 months. And I want to share this success with you all.

After a lot of thought, I came to the conclusion that since we are celebrating the store success, it should be exclusive to the customers who are the actual reason for the success. 





Here is what you can win
  • September/October Issue of Paper Crafts Magazine
  • 25 6"X6" Sheets of Pattern Papers(Echo Park, Basic Grey, My Minds Eye, Jillibean Soup, Studio Calico, etc)
  • 1 Unity Itty Bitty Stamp
  • 2 Packs of Pie Lane Glitter strips
  • 2 Packs of Pie Lane Rainbow Lustre Crystals
  • 4 Packs of Glitter balls
  • 20 Pieces of Maya Road Chipboard Numbers Jumbo
  • 25 Buttons (mix pack of Pie Lane, American Crafts, etc)
  • 2 pack of 10 Mulberry flowers
  • 1 Yard each of 5 ribbons, a total of 5 yards (Maya Road, May Arts)
  • 2 Custom hand-made cards of your choice
A giveaway with a value of over Rs. 1500 !!

To enter this giveaway:

1. It is open only to my lovely customers. So if you have placed an order in the past, you are eligible. If you haven't, place an order now to be able to enter. It doesn't matter how big or small the order amount is. 


2. Like me on Facebook HERE and post about the giveaway on your wall to spread the word. 

3. Subscribe to my Youtube Channel HERE

4. Follow my blog HERE.

5. We would love to increase our customer base. So we would love for you to spread the word. Let more people know of our little store. Let them know what we sell - handmade cards and craft supplies. You can do one or all of the following:
 -  Forward this e-mail to people you know
 -  Blog about it
 -  Post on FB
 -  Twitter 

Let me know which ones you did. If a person you recommend places an order with us, you get an extra entry. The number of customers you bring is the number of times your name is entered in the drawing.

6. Once you have completed all the steps, please e-mail me at ujjwal.handmadewithlove@gmail.com that you did.

SIX simple steps to enter to win some wonderful goodies. If the number of people in the drawing goes above 150, I will add a Paper Smooches Stamp to the prize. Cool, huh!

So get cracking and enter now! This giveaway is open till 20 October.
** This giveaway is solely sponsored by me and not by the companies I retail. Its just a way to say thanks to all you lovely people.

Comments

  1. Ujjwal.. this is truly Yummy... All I can say is I got my fingers corssed for this one... I hope I win.. :-)

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  2. fab giveaway!!! way to go girl !!

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  3. Congrats on the success of your craft store Ujjwal. Good going :)

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  4. Congratulations on the success of your store... and the BIGGGGG Giveaway is really awesome... had a look at the list twice so that I could believe it.... superb....

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  5. Thanks so so much for this awesome candy....I just won a very sweet candy and me thinks, its time for other's to win something...so please don't enter my name into this candy..but rest assured I'll be shouting from the rooftops if i can to spread the word about this candy!
    Hugs
    Tejal

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  6. great blog candy!!! thanks so much for the chance. You rock!

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  7. Ujjwal do you have a link to what all items can be bought from your store? [apart from stamps]

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  8. Congratulations Ujjwal on ur store's success! May u get many more orders! I would try to place an order very soon! Thanks for the chance to win this lovely candy!

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  9. Ujjwal, this is huggggggge.. I am gazing over it again n again.. let luck favour me with this candy!!

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  10. Wooooooooooooooooooow lovely candy... really a generous give away... i love it... keeping my fingers crossed...

    --
    hugs,
    varshitha

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  11. congratulations Ujjwal!! and am so glad to have shopped from your lovely store! Everything I bought from you is amazing! And I'm just hoping to win this!!

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  12. thanks for the chance! Love the simplicity of your projects!

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  13. hey, I did eevrything! So keeping my fingers crossed!!

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  14. hii..i did everything.. i m desperate to hav them

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  15. Hi.......... I did it........ Trying my luck ( again :D ) ... I am of course hoping to win the whole candy which is just YUMMY but the things that I am most interested in is the last one .. two custom made cards....... That will give me a direct access to learn how you mould out such beautiful cards.....

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  16. Hi ujjwal,
    done with all n keeping my fingers crossed:))))

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