Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Giveaway Time!

How about a GIVEAWAY?! What's better for your budget than something for FREE?!

I'm celebrating a recent milestone on Facebook—I just passed the 100 "like" mark! So one of you lucky readers is going to win my Bible-page ornament! Fully assembled!

 


Here's what you need to do for your entry to the giveaway:
  1. Follow my blog (leave a comment that you do)
  2. "Like" my Facebook page
That's it!

But you can get bonus entries, too! Share my giveaway on Facebook and/or Twitter (I'm @jaymalew) for one bonus entry each. Leave an additional comment here for each share (i.e. if you share on Twitter and Facebook you should leave 2 comments in addition to your comment that you follow my blog and like my FB page. That way I know to count each of your entries.)

I'll choose a winner on November 30—because that's my birthday! Wait, shouldn't I be getting the loot?! ;)

Good luck!

If you'd like to make your own Bible-page ornament or purchase my Ornament Kit, please refer to this post.

For all of my Crafting on a Budget posts, click here.

Edited to add:
Some of you have questioned my use of cutting an actual Bible for my ornament. I appreciate all of your thoughts, but for me, that's why I love it so much! Being a Christian, using Bible pages gives special meaning to my ornament. I found the Bible at a used book store because I'd never use my own. I also love that the wedding bouquets I made with it means that the Bible was a part of their wedding in additional ways!

I appreciate that others may not feel the same way, but this is how I get extra meaning out of my projects.

10 comments:

Jaclynn Marie said...

Love, Love, LOVE your Bible pages ornament and have just the right place for it (if I win!!) Thanks for Sharing and have a great Thanksgiving!

Erin said...

This is really pretty...please tell me you didn't cut up an actual Bible?

Elizabeth said...

I love this! My Bible is falling apart (getting a new one for Christmas - YAY) and now I know just the thing to do with it!

Ann said...

Like Erin, I think your ornament is really pretty but am surprised you'd choose a Bible. As opposed to a dictionary or other thin paged book. I couldn't begin to consider crafting with a Bible or a sacred book from any religion for that matter. That said, your ornament is very pretty.

scrappin_mom3 said...

Gorgeous Jayme....think I'm going to give this a try with an old hymn book I bought at a yard sale for 50 cents. Thanks for inspiring!

Kerrri

kimberly said...

love your idea... I think if you don't mind I am going to lift it for a Christmas present :)

kimberly said...

Just liked your facebook page :) (under Barbara Kimberly Clark )
thanks again for sharing :)

Chelle (hanwayink) said...

i like you on FB (Michelle Hanway)

Chelle (hanwayink) said...

i follow you using GFC

Chelle (hanwayink) said...

i shared on twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/hanwayink/status/141869968986865664)

and that is a BEAUTIFUL ornament!! and really, any book could be used, wouldnl't have to be a bible, right?