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Giveaway Party Day 3 - Shery K. Designs


Yes! It's day 3 of the giveaways and I am so grateful for all of your comments and visits. Today will be the last day of this party BUT you'll have until Saturday, April 12th to comment. So if you missed a day, you still have time to participate, and, if you wish to invite some crafty friends over, they too have time to play along. 

Now it's time to feature our third sponsor, Shery K. Designs. Shery is a Canadian Graphic Designer that offers a wide range of digital products on her online store: printable high quality digital papers, SVG files, templates, clip arts. She has bright and versatile designs that you can use for any of your paper crafting needs. Besides her wonderful papers, I absolutely love her box templates and her party kits... There is so much to see in her site! Also she has many gorgeous free download sets in her store, so make sure you stop by Shery K. Designs today.

I have two projects to show you. They are two little favor boxes made with: "SVG & Printable Favors Gift Box Collection 2", "Victoria Super Mega Paper Pack" and "Blue & Pink Mega Paper Pack"


This papers print neatly, they truly are high quality. And you could win them today! Here's a little reminder:

"Blue & Pink" Mega Pack.
Includes 20 digital papers
SVG & Printable Favors Gift Box Collection 2
SVG & Printable Favors Gift Box Collection 2
SVG & Printable Favors Gift Box Collection 2
SVG & Printable Favors Gift Box Collection 2
SVG & Printable Favors Gift Box Collection 2

Victoria Super Mega Pack. 
Includes 48 Digital Papers!

"Easter This Year" set. Includes: 
10 digital papers and 16 cliparts!

FOR A CHANCE TO WIN  
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Winners will be picked by Randomizer.org and will be announced on Sunday, April 13th. So make sure you come back that day to check if YOU are one of the lucky winners! 


Remember there is a GRAND PRIZE! One of you could win EVERYTHING! The grand winner will be picked from all the comments left during the giveaway posts.

Again, you have until Saturday, April 12th to comment, so there's plenty of time and lots of chances to win! Thanks so much for joining me in this celebration. Thanks for all your sweet comments and your support. You may continue to spread the word and share the giveaways with your crafty friends, because we still have 4 days to participate. Be patient and cross those fingers...


I hope you enjoyed this party as much as I did! I'll be back soon. Thanks so much for stopping by.




Comments

  1. Oh, Gracie, these are beautiful papers, and I LOVE digis! Love the beautiful little favor boxes you made with them! Hugs, sweet friend!

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    1. Thank you SO very much! I'm so glad you were able to join me during this celebration.

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  2. Your little boxes are wonderful, Gracie! Perfect for any party or even Easter! Gorgeous papers too!:)

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  3. Ho, Gracie! These favor boxes are so PERFECT . . . and the paper is so beautiful! Once again, thank you for being so generous...and so inspirational!!! I am a follower via email, follow you on both FB and Pinterest. Thanks again!!!

    Kathy (KAT)
    UpintheNightwithKat.blogspot.com

    PS. Remember - think "KAT, KAT, KAT . . . " before using the randomizer. LOL

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  4. Gracie, Wow what great little boxes! They are so elegant and the papers are very pretty. I love how you decorated them.
    Blessing,
    Nancy

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    1. Thanks so much Nancy, I'm glad you stopped by!

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  5. Gracie,
    The boxes are so elegant, I can literally see these at a wedding...how lovely, and the papers used are gorgeous, another great job...you just keep them coming, wow! If I may, what machine did you use for the SVG cuts? Your party has been a blast!

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    1. Juanita, I actually cut them by hand. It is so easy to make, doesn't take much time!

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  6. More GREAT papers and your boxes are sooooooooooo CUTE!!!! I love 3D projects. I could use the papers for my #146 project, I will stop by Sherry's shop for sure.
    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  7. Those favor boxes are just the sweetest! I love the colors, and elegant they look! What an awesome giveaway! I just LOVE the Easter papers! It would be perfect for my upcoming projects!

    Samantha – HIMCR DT
    Designs by Sammy

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