Friday, December 10, 2010

Vinyl Mini-Giveaway!

So first I should apologize for neglecting my blog. I have been very busy AND rearranging the craft room that has to masquerade as a dining room for the holidays so I have not been crafting,  but thankfully I have rearranged and can get back into it and my blood pressure can go back down!

As I have been working on my Christmas projects I have realized how essential vinyl is to my crafting! I love, love, LOVE it (in case you couldn't tell) and it really is the perfect medium for a variety of projects. I am very fortunate that I don't have to pay for the vinyl I use in my projects. And no, not because I held up a sign shop (although if my supply ever gets low I will need to feed my addiction and that might be necessary - I won't rule it out), but because my dad's BFF actually does own a sign shop and saves all his scraps for me. What is too small for him to use is actually perfect for me!

So in the spirit of the holidays I want to share the vinyl love and do just a small giveaway of some vinyl scraps, so maybe one of you who has been hesitant to try it can experiment guilt-free! Maybe you need just something to finish one of those last minute gifts or you just want to try out those glitter balls that everyone else is doing. I almost forgot about etching! You can use vinyl for etching - and if you haven't tried that - it is super fun. I do have some projects that I will be posting this week that incorporated vinyl - and nothing else would have worked as well.

So first, the vinyl giveaway disclaimer:
This is a giveawy for vinyl scraps. They are not full 12x12 sheets, and they are also outdoor/sign vinyl. This means I would NOT recommend using them on your wall the way you would cricut/indoor vinyl - you would risk ruining your paint job. It is perfect though for your craft projects or even to use for etching. I am going to try and get the package out to you as soon as possible so you can get started right away!

And to be perfectly clear, I took a picture. The pieces range from approximately 4x10 inches to 7x10 inches. Really it is sort of a vinyl starter set if you will.

To enter, just leave a comment on this post until Sunday, December 12 at 8 pm EST, and be sure to leave a way for me to contact you. You don't have to be a follower, but if you like what you see on my blog I hope you will sign up to be one!


  1. One can never have too much vinyl to play with. :)

  2. I want to play .... oh wait maybe I don't cause then I'll want to vinyl all the time and don't you know I'm resisting it?!?!? You enabler you.

    Caroline (aka Doxieluv01 on Cricut)

  3. I would love to win some vinyl. Thank you for the Giveaway!

  4. I'm starting to use vinyl regularly, and I love it so far! My next project to tackle is more intricate glass etching.

    Thanks, Allison!

  5. I made some vinyl tiles for Christmas gifts. I would like to try layer vinyl next.

  6. Thanks for the chance to win.
    May your holidays be Merry and Bright with vinyl.