200K Celebration -Day 5

Hi everyone!

Thank you so much for all your support of my Meet the Real Sami post. It brings me great joy that I have so much support about my decision and about my new endeavors.

Ok make sure you go back and view giveaways Day 1 through Day 4 if you haven’t already. Today is Day 5!

Today, I am giving away an amazing prize donated byย ย Robyn AKA My Pink Stamper!!!! She also donated the Day 1 prize. ย She is such a sweetheart and I am so glad that I know her. If you haven’t heard about My Pink Stamper, you really need to head over to her blog and see what you are missing!

Today, SP is giving away a My Pink Stamper, stamp set called Tweetie Hoo Puns:


I actually got this stamp set at CHA and will be playing with it soon ๐Ÿ™‚


  • Become a follower and then leave a comment at the bottom of this post telling me your favorite stamping technique!
  • If you would be so kind, please head over toย Robyn’s blogย and leave her a comment thanking her for donating this wonderful prize!

This giveaway will end one week from today, Thursday, August19th at midnight EST.

Sign up for updates via email & never miss a project!

54 thoughts on “200K Celebration -Day 5

  1. I thought I had already left a comment here, but I don’t se my name on the list. I guess I will try it again.

    I don’t realy have a favorite technique yet. All I have ever tried is plain old stamping and sometimes coloring them. I think I need to try some other techniques!

  2. ooohh, these are WAY cute! Robyn is too nifty (and totally generous, too)! ๐Ÿ™‚

    fave technique when i’m stampin’? i love to ink up my stamps with dye or distress inks, then spritz them with a fine mister (just water in it) for a fabby watercolour effect. i especially love doing this with two-step stampin!

  3. I like to heat emboss and also to ink the edges of my layers. I love Robyn’s blog and her cute, cute stamp sets. Thanks for a chance to win. Iris

  4. Hi,
    I just started getting into stamping and I’m loving it. I can’t understand why I didn’t do it sooner.
    My Favorit Technique right now I learned over on Robyn’s Blog through her videos.
    When you stamp the same thing over and over at different angles on a smaller piece of paper to use on a large.
    Like a saying – Congrats, or happy birthday

    What a wonderful give away!


  5. I am still relatively new to papercrafting so my stamp collection is quite small. I have been building up my Cuttlebug collection, so that is my favorite right now. I look at stamps and ink pads, but…I worry about them being straight, too much ink on the eedge, etc. I will definitely practice!

    Thanks for the chance.

  6. Thanks, Robyn & Sami, for the giveaway! Love the effect of heat embossing powders on my cards. Still learning lots of other neat techniques. That stamp set has great phrases and so versatile ~ hope I win!
    bdlakebum at yahoo dot com

  7. I โ™ฅ Robyn and her blog. I am always checking it out to see the fun things that she is up to. I would love to win one of her stamp sets…..this one is my favorite of her sets. I am off to leave a comment on her blog after I post this.

    My favorite stamping technique right now is coloring images, but I love trying out all kinds of stamping techniques.

    Amy โ™ฅ

  8. I am new to stamping but I will definitely give it the old college try. I am also trying the embossing things. I think the look is so finished when it is embossed.

    cat.lovin.scrapper at gmail dot com

  9. Great giveaway! When I get a new stamp, either wood mounted or acrylic, I stamp them in archival ink. It helps stop the ink from beading especially on the acrylic stamps giving your stamp an even look. Also I just wipe with a rag instead of cleaning off. The ink helps to keep the stamp looking fresh. I can’t take credit as I recently got these tips from Tim Holtz.

    I’ve been checking out MyPinkStampers stamps over the last few days. I would love to win one ๐Ÿ™‚


  10. I have so many different techniques that I love to do. But I gotta say one of my favorite things to do is ink it up! I distress the edges, use my dauber, cotton balls whatever I can get my hands on. It is surprising how big of a difference a little ink will make!

  11. I have been admiring Robyn’s stamps! I would love a chance to win a set! I don’t really have a favorite stamping technique…I’m pretty boring when it comes to stamping. I am pretty much just an ink and sentiment stamp kind of girl.

  12. My favorite stamping technique is heat embossing — I love how it raises up a little and gets so shiny. Those stamps are so cute; what a great give away. Thanks for the chance to win.

  13. What a great prize! I keep wanting to order some of Robyn’s stamps but haven’t yet. Thanks for the chance to win!

    My favorite stamping technique is still the “Magic” Colored Pencil method using Gamsol (I use Mona Lisa brand paint thinnner I got at M’s) and colored pencils. I love how it turns out! I really want to try Copic markers; just can’t afford them right now!

  14. My favorite stamping technique is masking. That probably sounds pretty simple, but I love that you can make some things seem almost 3D. I have been slacking on my stamping for a while (toddler has consumed my life) but I must confess, I get the itch every time I see a blog like yours. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  15. Congratulations on your many hits! I don’t know if I have a favorite stamping technique because I don’t own many ink pads lol but I think that distressing looks really fun.

  16. Hey Samantha-
    Gotta loved these stamps and ofcourse Robyn for being so creative in creating them. Congrats on all your success…you should be very proud og yourself.


  17. Gotta love Robyn! Congrats on YOUR success and thanks for the chance to win! My fave stamping technique is using markers to color the stamp instead of using an ink pad…I have lots of markers!

  18. I’d have to say that my favorite stamping technique (right now) is using my stamps and versamark ink pad to create my own pattered paper. Thanks so much for the chance at all your giveaways this week, Sami!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *