Summer Giveaway!

We can’t beat the heat, but we can give away some fantastic CutCardStock products!  Just take a look at all the goodies one lucky winner will receive….

This sizzling hot prize package is valued at over $75!  Here’s what’s included:

  • Curious Metallic Card Stock 8.5 x 11 – Sample Pack
  • Brown Bag Kraft A2 flap envelopes 25 pack
  • Brown Bag Kraft A2 folded cards 25 pack
  • Flavours Gourmet Card Stock 8.5×11 – SAMPLE PACK
  • Basis NATURAL A7+ Folded invitation + Euro Flap Envelope – 20 pack
  • Organza Ribbon – 25 yards, Copper, 5/8″ width
  • Organza Ribbon – 25 yards, Black, 7/8″ width
  • Uniball Signo 1.0 mm Pen – Gold
  • Zig Chalk Pastel Writers – Yellow
  • Leaf and Floral Chiyogami Origami Paper 5 7/8 inch square – 40 sheets
  • Zig Letter Pen COCOIRO Pen Body, Frosty Gray
  • Zig LP Refill for COCOIRO Zig Letter Pens – 0.3, Black
  • Tombow Dot Pattern Adhesive Runner – 39 ft

Sound like a prize package you’d like a chance to win?  Here’s how… below you’ll find way to earn up to three entries into the drawing.

  • Be a CutCardStock fan on Facebook
  • Leave a comment on the blog.  We want to know when you start your holiday crafting?  Do you make your own holiday cards?
  • Share this giveaway on your blog 
**Product package and shipping included for one winner selected within the contiguous US.  If an international winner is chosen, they will receive a gift certificate of equal value**

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  1. I think it is helpful to start early and work through the year. I make my own cards and already have several prepared for this year.

  2. It's never too early! I do make my own cards – I'll design some to mass produce for the majority, but the cards I make throughout the year will go to special people.

  3. What an awesome giveaway! 🙂 I start holiday crafting whenever I see projects that inspire me. There is a \”sweet spot\” between October 1 and about the first week of December where things seem accomplishable, and then the best made plans start getting rearranged to fit reality 🙂 Yes, I make my own Christmas cards, and have for about 7 years!

  4. I love to make my own Christmas cards and really need to start making them earlier than I normally do. I tend to procrastinate toooooo long. Thanks for the chance to win! Great prize pack!

  5. I make all of my cards and haven't store bought a card in years. I have good intents regarding making my Christmas cards early but it rarely happens!! I think I work better under pressure

  6. Wow! What a great prize package. Last year I started Halloween in September, Thanksgiving in October and Christmas at Halloween. Who knows what will happen this year!

  7. I always want to start early but never happens. I usually start in November & make about 80 handmade cards. This cardstock stash sure would help with my supplies! Carol M in TX/

  8. I make Thanksgiving cards, but not Christmas and create gifts all year long. Its all fun!

  9. I like to craft holiday items all year long. I usually make only a few special cards for the holidays. Thanks for a chance to win this great prize!

  10. Awesome giveaway! I always intend to make cards to send out, but don't usually get around to it. 🙁 I'm busy crafting items to sell at bazaars during the holidays.

  11. Each year I focus on one simple gift I can give to many people. I am going to make Calendars out of index cards, and place them into berry baskets. I can't wait to put my personal stamp on these!

  12. It is definitely a great idea to start early, but that rarely happens with me! I seem to always let time slip away!Thanks for the chance!

  13. Love CutCardstock and LOVE a chance to win! You guys have the best customer service and I tell all my crafty friends about you!

  14. I don't make my own cards, but I do other Christmas crafts. And I think that doing them year-round is perfectly OK!

  15. Making my own cards is one of my fav things to do for the holidays! Its so much more personal than a store-bought card and alot more fun, too!There's never any such thing as 'too early', tho I never seem to get mine done early at all, haha!

  16. It's never too early to start with Christmas cards but I usually start my cards and crafts after thanksgiving. I can't seem to find time before then.

  17. It's never to early to start crafting for the holidays. I tend to wait till the last minute to start my Christmas cards.:(

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