Giving away lots of cool stuff!!!

                            (The Nutcracker ballet 2012 - 7 year old soldiers!)
Hey bloggers!!!! I am super excited to share not one not just one but
 3 giveaways in one today!!!! If you are followers of my blog you know that
since Oct on the 10th and 20th of the month I have been giving away a box FULL of
                     scrap booking supplies (a Big box - 11" x 8-1/2" x 5-1/2") I no longer use
(there are more details if you click on the picture below)

 Well because it's so close to Christmas I wanted to do something a little more special today
 so I asked  Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®  if they would 
chip in a little something and they sent me these...

 to add to my give away !!!

 As if that wasn't fabulous enough
Susan K Weckesser who started the Christmas Love Campaign.

is throwing in some AMAZING Westcott goodies!

Because todays giveaway is sponsored I have to do things a bit differently this time
So what do you have to do?
(you can do one or all of these- each gives you another chance to win!
please leave a comment for each entry)

 1.Go to the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® facebook page
like their page (if you dont already) , say hello and tell them Rita Barakat sent you!  ;)
Come back and leave me a comment and tell me you did it for a chance to win!
2. Make any kind of Christmas tag with any supplies you have, 
take a picture and post them to the Christmas Love Campaign facebook page and
leave me a link on here in comments for a chance to win!
3. Stop by the Westcott facebook page   and like them and tell them  
Rita Barakat from the Susan K Weckesser DT  sent you to say hi!
 Come back and leave me a comment to tell me you did it for a chance to win!
4. be a follower of my blog, if you aren't already!
I will not announce a winner until Monday, so you have all weekend to make your tags!
Besides you will probably be wrapping presents anyways- 
why not make them pretty with homemade tags!
Have a Fabulous weekend!!!

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