Monday, 5 May 2014

Those Magnificent Men - Promotion & Giveaway

Good morning, Kirsten here, welcome to a new week & a new fortnightly promotion & giveaway on the Lisa B Designs blog. This time we're going to be promoting an assortment of new products that will be perfect for male-themed projects. These include Kaisercraft papers & acrylic stamps, Woodware Clear Magic stamps, stencils from The Crafters Workshop & stamps from
The Artistic Stamper & HobbyArt.

Lisa & the DT will be blogging most days, featuring projects & tutorials that will hopefully give you some inspiration for Father's Day - June 15 - and any other projects that you might need to make for the men in your lives.

The giveaway this month is..........
Not bad, hmm?
And entering is simple; you need to leave a comment on EVERY blog post - including this one -  in the next two weeks from today, May 5 to the final post on May 18 .
**Entries are restricted to UK residents only.**
The winner will be chosen by a random number generator & announced here on Monday, May 19.
So, if you don't want to miss out, make a note on your calendar, sign up for email notifications, follow us on Facebook & Twitter & post those comments.


  1. Ooooh.... that would be lovely to win. I did enjoy the two cards on Friday evening. Yvonne x

  2. This is a great give away. The samples of cards made with the car stamp were at the class on friday and were lovely. I look forward to your tutorials over next couple of weeks.

  3. Great giveaway and looking forward to all the inspiration to come for those dreaded male cards.

  4. Inspiration and a giveaway for masculine makes... perfect! I need all the help I can get.

  5. Looking forward to all the inspirational posts to come. Thanks, Jan

  6. Great giveaway, mens cards are not my favourite, so your help is needed, many thanks, xx

  7. I love making cards for men so this is right up my street! I will be entering the challenge and popping over as often as I can. Thank you so much for the chance Karen x

  8. My first lesson with Lisa, loved it. Cards we made were a great inspiration. Now practicing male cards. Especially using left over "bits". Thank you Lisa


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