12.23.2009

New Winner and Our Christmas Giveaway is HERE!

It's time for yesterday's winner and our BIG Christmas giveaway!



Random.org says our winner is #8:

Sandi said...
When something happens that is completely out of my control....like many times per day!...I tell myself, "oh, this is another opportunity for change! How lovely." Even with sarcasm, it helps ease me into change.

Congratulations, Sandi. Thanks for playing...please email me at rachinla@aol.com with your snail mail address and we'll get your prize out ASAP! Please make sure you use the email address you used to register at the website so we can match you up! I really do love reading what you all share - thank you SO much...

So here we are! It's been a fantastic month - so much fun to go back and see some of the great work we've showcased at Scrapbooking from the Inside Out in 2009. Each kit truly is a journey into ourselves...I'm so proud of what we've been able to help inspire...and so honored by our members' trust, sharing and honesty. I hope we've inspired you to dig deep and explore you inner world...and that you'll continue to join us!

So anyway, to celebrate you – your heart, your emotions and your self-expression, here's your chance to win BIG - 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…

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 what you've learned about yourself this year.

That’s it! To give everyone time to enter, we'll announce the winner Christmas Day. You have until Noon on Friday 12/25 (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! You REALLY don't want to miss this kit...and while we can't show you the whole thing until launch day (Jan 1) here's a couple of peeks:





Have I whet your appetite? Hmmm...

Thanks for joining us...wishing you every joy this holiday season...from the Inside Out.

Love,

Rachel

34 comments:

corinnelister said...

What have I learnt this year... that it is ok not to be supermum. Just love.

brenlubrant said...

I have learned this year to stop worrying so much about everything. Doing my paper crafts helps me a lot.

Leire said...

This year I have learnt that I am able to achieve all my goals. I've also learnt that I am more creative than I thought, and this makes me feel really happy. Merry Christmas!!!

pink said...

I've learned that "perfect" doesn't mean orderly, finished & over the top. Perfect means peace, letting go of things that do not matter, not putting effort into things that ultimately bring chaos into my home.

This has been my absolute most favorite Christmas EVER! :)

Jenny McGee said...

I have learned that I can be strong and creative when facing challenges. Merry Christmas, and Thanks for a chance to win your great kit. The sneak peeks look very intriguing.

LaMaMaLa said...

I learned that I CAN handle stress, I CAN handle my family, I CAN have a hobby and the world won't end because of it. I learned that change is inevitable and so is death, but you should try to find the positive in everything, and rejoice in the world. I learned that I love my ever growning family more than i could ever possibly imagine!

Melinda AKA medialady said...

I love the sneak peeks of the kit! I have learned to say no this year and not feel guilty (most of the time, anyway) LOL!

scrappypug said...

ooh love the sneak peaks! I have learned this year that sometimes people other than myself really do know whats better for me and that no matter what, there is a always a little light hidden somewhere in the darkness.

foryournursery said...

This year I have learned that you will never "have time" to do the things you want, you have to make the time.

Kat said...

I have learned that art and beauty bless me as I incorporate them into every day life. I have also been learning to let go of my children as they grow up and trust in their innate abilities.

Thanks for sharing your talents!

shaina said...

i have learned a lot this year, but the most important lesson is that its okay to let things go sometimes. the important things always find their way back.
<3

ps. i miss scrapping. maybe winning this kit will get me back in the groove!

Laura said...

This year I've learned that I don't have to do it all alone and it's ok to share things and accept the love and support that is on offer.

marla said...

I have learned about myself this year that I could learn a little more patience with others.

Nitasha said...

I've learned that "I CAN..." as in I can make time to scrapbook, I can pursue my dreams, I can be a wife, mom, daughter, employee AND still make time for ME!

Merry Christmas and here's to a wonderful New Year filled with even more happiness and opportunity!

Kristy Hansenwi said...

I learned that I can't make my daughter want to have more education. She has to be herself. Merry Christmas...kh

Kristy Hansenwi said...

I have learned that I can't make my daughter want to further her education.She has be her. Merry Christmas.

Kim said...

I found your site from Pinky's Blog, and WOW! You have some AWESOME stuff! I signed up for the newsletter and the main thing I have learned about myself this year is that it's OK to let go of people who you thought were your friends. Has made me a better person! Merry Christmas to you and yours!
Me-Ma Kim

Enjoy the Ride said...

I have learned that I need to find what makes me happy and sotp trying to make others happy. It doesn't usually work.

Michele said...

I've learned I need to be more patient.

Sandi said...

This year I learned a lot about myself. I learned that everything has a silver lining even if we are unable to see it. It will reveal itself in time. I am still learning about unconditional love and forgiveness and how that truly is the only thing that brings peace.

wife2jack said...

With the death of my father this summer, I've many lessons learned about myself. More specifically, I've learned that even when you think you have no more to give, when your family or friend is hurt or in need, you will find the strength to help.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Susie said...

I have learned that it is the little things in life that have the greatest meaning and satisfaction to ones day. Enjoy that extra smile with a little one, take time to play ball, read a story...My little one has taught me patience I never realized I had.

Jenn said...

Beautiful kit!

One thing I have learned this year is that sometimes you have to take a step (or ten) backwards to get moving forward.

And that my babies always know exactly when I need to feel better :)

(Ok, that was two, sorry :))

Warm n Wonderful said...

This year, at least toward the end of this year, I learned that I am a very strong woman who refuses to allow others to dictate how I feel. I go forward with my life with humour and a positive attitude in my mind and heart, and when someone tries to stomp me down, I simply smile and see that their lives are sad, and there is something about me that they envy!

waldenbunch said...

I have learned that I'm stronger than I thought, more resilient than I hoped for and more loving than I believed. I like myself far better now than I did when I was in my 20's. Guess age and experience will do that to you! Merry Christmas!

Nic said...

I have learnt to accept the things I cannot change, and that I am only responsible for my behaviour / reaction / response in any situation. I can't change how others may think or act but I can control how I respond.

Amber said...

I've learned that its okay to have some "me" time every once in awhile! :)

sPaRkLiNg sCrApBoOkS said...

Hi Rachel,
I wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas, and a very Happy and Exciting 2010! Thanks for 'taking a chance' on me earlier this year - I'll always appreciate that!!!! You were the first who got me to step out of my box!!!And because of you, I actually learned how to edit! lol
love deb xOxO

ellen s. said...

congrats! i joined the mailing list {i am a bit late} but I enjoy your site a lot even though I don't post, I am checking out the forums and the inspiration.

dclouser said...

Great blog! I have learned this year to put first things first by focusing on my true priorities and not saying "yes" to everything. It's very freeing!

NanaBeth said...

I have learned that I am not near as strong as I once thought-my backbone is not made out of steel reinforced concrete. I can crumple and I can fall-and I can struggle mightily to pick myself up and fail. And yet I have also learned I keep trying.

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Donna E. said...

gorgeous giveaway!
this year, i learned to be more humble and patient.
thanks for the chance!

happy holidays!

Sandra Wilson said...

Wow, every day and every hour is definitely a learning experience. I must say that patience has to be at the top of my list. Patience with an elderly parent, a husband never home because of work, and not seeing my grandchildren enough. I have learned to juggle them all and love every minute I spend with my loved ones. A blessing to have and make new friends and add love and fun to their lives as well.