12.21.2009

New Week, New Giveaways...almost Christmas and time for our Grand Prize

Happy Monday!

Here's today's inspiration and 2 giveaways.

This is 'Stand Up for Myself' by Nancy Doren, using our Spirit kit.





Love those shooting stars - they so perfectly represent taking our own power and standing up for ourselves. And the grungy paper just screams 'tough girl'. Scrapbooking from the Inside Out's kits, and our industry exclusive inspiration, give you everything you need to create pages with layers of meaning.

From that great kit - two giveaways for TWO winners...Chatterbox's Journaling Genie Template - Comics (super fun) and Scenic Route's Star Chipboard.





How can you win?

Two easy steps:

1. Stop by Scrapbooking from the Inside Out and register for our mailing list on the home page (scroll down) if you’re not already a member. If you are, you’re good to go!

2. Leave a comment on this post and tell us how you stand up for yourself - or if you want to get better at it.

That’s it! We’ll announce the winner tomorrow. You have until 2:00 PM Tuesday (Pacific Time,UTC/GMT -8) to leave your comment to be entered to win, although I LOVE reading everything you say even if it's later. Make sure you join us!

Do you love the SPIRIT kit featured above - grab yours! A $50+ value on sale now for the UNBELIEVABLE LOW price of $34.95, with MORE goodies than any other club's main kit + add-on for less dough. A great way to make meaning...and unleash your wild inner child.



How this works:

This holiday season, we’re celebrating you –your heart, your emotions and your self-expression! Every weekday between now and Christmas, join us for Fa La La La Freebies - great giveaways and inspiration as we highlight some of the best emotion-based layouts we’ve seen this year. Each day you can win something special used on those pages from Scrapbooking from the Inside Out to add to your layouts, and on Christmas Day, you can win our grand prize - our exclusive January kit before it’s available to our subscribers. You’ll love it as a way to help you explore the inner holiday experience, and get ready for a great, meaningful and powerful 2010.

There’s never been a better time to join us at Scrapbooking from the Inside Out…we’ll help you every day to use your mad scrapbook skills, color, design and journaling to learn about your dreams, hopes, fears and goals and what you need to be fully expressed. With all of the feelings involved in the holiday season and the start of a new year, ‘tis the season to be scrapping! Give yourself the gift of time…at Scrapbooking from the Inside Out, it’s all about you! Explore your inner world…

Thanks for joining us...

There are just a few days until our BIG January Kit giveaway...what's the theme? Well, you'll have to tune in on Christmas Day to find out as we sneak the next kit on our journey to self-understanding and give you the chance to win...don't miss it!

Love,

Rachel

13 comments:

LaMaMaLa said...

I want to stand up for myself more. My family has always been pretty sneaky in the way they disrespect people, and so I'd like to be more straightforward.

-- I love the journaling on the LO! Super cute, as are the stars!

brenlubrant said...

I just turned 60 almost a year ago and finally I am learning to stand up by myself. The main word in my vocabulary is now "NO". I hope it doesn't take as long as it did to stand up for your self. You all have a Merry Christmas!!

charli24 said...

I am sort of shy and like to avoid confrontation, so I would like to stand up for myself more.

connie said...

I don't like confrontation of any kind and always the one trying to stop the bickering/arguing with anyone. I wish I could stand up for myself more and say what is on my mind. I am always worried about hurting others.

Jenny McGee said...

I still need help standing up for myself and my children. I am getting a little better with age, but still hate any kind of confrontation. Thanks for a chance to win. I just registered for your email newsletter. Thanks,

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

I am already a follower. I stand up for myself by saying what I think. It gets me in trouble at times and I try not to hurt feelings, but I shoot straight from the hip and like it or lump it. I have apologized if I found out I was out of line.

Melinda AKA medialady said...

I stand up for myself at work but I am not very good with this around my dad and stepmother. I guess I am don't want to hurt feelings but I want to be the peacemaker of the bunch.

Sandi said...

Standing up for myself is something I struggle with because I have a tendency to feel guilty for wanting better for myself. I always put the other person first and consider their feelings. But I realize that much of that is my way of avoiding rejection and I that I try to please people so that they won't leave me. A hard thing to admit but it is a control thing with me, classic codependency. I learned it well, so I remind myself that I can also learn other, new and healthier, coping mechanisms.
Great layout and journaling!

Michele said...

I stand up for myself, my husband, and my sons!

Devon said...

Well, I have taken a tip from Nancy Reagan and I just say "no"! It's a very freeing thing to know yourself and your capabilities as well as your limits. I have discovered that it's not shameful to admit that I can't, I can't right now, or I just plain don't want to do something. I have said "no" many times and the world hasn't come to an end yet!

corinnelister said...

I need to stand up for myself more. I usually wait f or someone else to take the lead.

Pao said...

i stand up for the principles and values that my parents taught me. these have guided me all throughout my life and I'm thankful for my parents for teaching me the valuable lessons in life.

as always, love the featured LOs. :)

wife2jack said...

I stand up for myself by just telling it like it is. I try not to be demeaning or hurtful, but honest and straight-forward.