Hampton Art Giveaway!

Are you ready to hop?  Starting today, a handful of our designers at Hampton Art have a great hop planned for you with ideas to help you get a jumpstart on your holiday handmade gift-giving.  Comment all along the way and there’s a prize package at the end which just may have your name on it!  The hop will be open for the entire weekend, giving you time to visit all of the blogs. On Monday, November 12th, we will be drawing for a fantastic prize from Hampton Art.  You could win this prize package!

I’m NUTS about this stamp set.  (I used it in the project I’m sharing with you today and in the project in my header image!)  Or this prize package below.

Great woodblock stamps in there!!!

In order to be entered to win the above prizes, simply leave a comment on each of the blogs listed below, including the Hampton Art Blog! We will choose two blogs at random, and one comment from each blog to win the 2 prize packages.

1. Hampton Art Stamps Blog http://blog.hamptonart.com/

2. Gloria Stengel http://gloriascraps.blogspot.com/

3. Britt Bass http://pinkpapercrowns.blogspot.com/

4. Adora http://adoraconcepcion.blogspot.com/

5. Dana http://kraftpaperstamps.blogspot.com

6. Vivian https://contadinak.wordpress.com/

7. Gini http://ginicagle.blogspot.com/

Here’s how my project started out…

Humble humble beginnings.  After workin’ just a little bit of crafty mojo, here’s how it ended up.

I’m completely nuts about the berried branches in this  Hampton Art/Art Warehouse SC0273 “Believe in Christmas” Clear Stamp Set and will use it throughout the year!

For the “NOEL” title, I used another Hampton Art/ 7 Gypsies SC0505 Clear Alpha Set.  It’s got a font which accentuates a beautiful vintage style – using that one a ton already, too!

Well, “What the heck is inside?” you may be asking?

I created a little deck that pulls out, and did just a bit o’ stamping on the first piece – easy peasy.  And left the rest for my recipient to fill in with pix from the holidays, journaling, what-e-vah!

An easy, affordable, meaningful keepsake to give to someone special this holiday season. Hope you enjoyed!

Don’t forget to comment on this “Hampton Art Giveaway” post for your chance to win!

AND… after you’ve commented on this blog post, check out yet another giveaway I have going on through the weekend here  for these adorable woodblock stamps…

This additional giveaway is my first ever to celebrate a few recent crafty accomplishments – 2 giveaways, folks!  Hope you’ll enter both of them!

Happy hopping, y’all!

48 thoughts on “Hampton Art Giveaway!

  1. Gorgeous! And I love using the empty tins instead of trashing them. I make jewelry and this would be a great gift box!

  2. Vivian it’s Abbey from Craft-e-Corner checking out the hop. I’ve shared it with our viewers and personally I LOVE your project (my fav. of the hop!) Beautiful crafting and keep up the good work. I would love these stamps to add to my collection 😉

  3. This is really a neat idea and the perfect gift for the hard to get person on my Christmas list. I want to make a few of these as an extra to wrap seperate but attach to a larger gift. Love this idea, love all your ideas, I have been following you for a while and really enjoy your site. Thanks for sharing this today. Have a great day!

  4. I have a tin waiting on craft desk -now I know what to do with it.And I know just who I’m going to give it to-thank you for the great inspiration.

  5. I love your little tin mini album…. It love those. The stamps and papers are gorgeous!!! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  6. love your inspiration of project that are off the page and upcycling contadina!!! I am collection all my tin’s, adding to my bucket list ….
    ava g

  7. I love the tin, and it has given me ideas for a gift for my 4 year old who loves treasure boxes. Thanks for sharing such a great idea.

  8. Pingback: Really Reasonable Ribbon November Blog Hop | contadina k

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