12.10.2009

Wednesday Winner and Thursday Inspiration/Giveaway

It's time for yesterday's winner and today's inspiration and giveaway!



Random.org says our winner is #5:

Sandi said...
My best male friend Loren is the most generous person I know. He has stood by me and supported me in every way possible. I love you Loren!


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!

December 10th:

Here's today's inspiration and giveaway:

This is 'Lost Time' by Nancy Doren, using our LOSS kit.



Sometimes we've all got to take ourselves less seriously. How fun is this LO with all those crazy photos? I love the focus on time as a non-renewable resource...but a resource that has to be used for us to learn what really matters. Scrapbooking from the Inside Out's kits, and our industry exclusive inspiration, give you everything you need to create pages with layers of meaning.

And now for our next giveaway -

Two great items from the Loss kit:

Scenic Route's Happy Valley letter stickers in dark orange, and a package of Little Yellow Bicycle's Clear Cut Frames transparencies with metallic accents!




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 feel about 'wasted' time.

That’s it! We’ll announce the winner tomorrow. You have until Noon Friday (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!

Are you moved by the LOSS kit featured above - grab yours! A $50+ value on sale now for the LOW price of $42.95, with MORE goodies than any other club's main kit + add-on for less dough. A great way to make meaning...



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...

Love,

Rachel

5 comments:

Amber said...

Some of my most memorable moments have been born from wasted time. Life is so hectic sometimes that its nice to just let some moments 'waste' away so that I can clear my head.

LaMaMaLa said...

Wasted time is never wasted! Every moment is a blessing. You never know when that 'wasted moment' may be your last.

Mia Castrillo said...

I am a multi-tasker, doing things simulatenously so I am able to do more things or spend more time with my husaband or my girls. I think time is wasted when you "think" it is wasted. :D

waldenbunch said...

I am learning how to "redeem the time" and redefine "wasted time." One of my kids likes to watch the same tv shows so we hang out, which seems like wasted time but truly isn't. But I do waste time at times because I need to rejuvenate and let go of stresses. It just depends on how you define the word!

connie said...

I don't consider it "wasted time". I feel sometimes we have to MAKE ourselves stop and slow down because life is so short and noone is promised tomorrow.