Friday, January 31, 2014

A give-away for February

I have finished my Home Decor project for the month of February. Do you remember I posted this one for January and I said that I wanted to make one for every month of the year to fill a wall? Well, I am advancing and I want to give somebody else the opportunity to do the same, if they so wish. So I bought another book to give away.

So this is my give-away (see below) and an extra thank-you to all the people who take the time to visit me and leave me a comment on my grid cards.

This is a nearly brand new copy of the Book I am using to make my projects. It has 191 pages and is 24x18cm large, which is a big book! If you are interested in winning this, just leave me a comment. I have to be able to find you if you win so it has to be clear who you are with either an e-mail or blog address. I will leave this open until next Friday.

Good luck!


  1. Jacqueline, this just so happens to be my favorite book to have on the mantel and read from as the months pass. I don't think I could ever bring myself to cutting it up...I DO have a second copy,( no need to enter me in the drawing), maybe when the pages fall out I will use them for paper projects.
    Your decor collages are lovely, don't know how I missed your first one.

  2. The nostalgic makes me slow down and remember. Love the tile work above.

  3. Hi Jacqueline,
    I would love to win a copy of this beautiful book!
    I love seeing all your inchie creations.
    Your color combinations atre beautiful.
    Thanks for the chance.

  4. what a wonderful giveaway - i would love, love, love to play with that book and create some grid/inchie projects!!!

  5. Do you mean to say that if I would be lucky enough to win this delightful giveaway that I would actually be able to create cards/projects in the oh-so-beautiful way that you do, Jacqueline? I'm definitely game to try!! Thanks for your inspiration and the chance to win.

  6. I have recently discovered your work through Pinterest and I am blown away by the beautiful work you do! I have used many of your cards as inspiration and have a renewed interest in inchie projects. I've been busy "inching up" sample technique pages I've made and having so much fun. Thanks for your continued inspiration!

  7. I think you are the grid-queen... if I win that book, I think I will do some grids as well, but I would also like to use them my own way, making collages with them by first cutting them out. Congrats on the BIG news, a granddaughter... a God-given wonder. ENJOY! (I know you will!)

  8. This months grid project is fabulous Jaqueline. Thanks for the chace to win the book. I have some pp that's the same. One of the mags had it as their giveaway. So elegant

  9. How absolutely lovely and kind of you to share a copy of this beautiful book with one of us! Your work continues to bring joy to all who see it. My sincere congratulations on your upcoming first granddaughter. Enjoy! Hugs, Yvonne

  10. I just discovered your beautiful work through Pinterest as well! What a lovely giveaway, now I'm off to discover the rest of you lovely blog! Thank you,

  11. What a beautiful book Jacqueline and such a thoughtful giveaway! Love your cards especially your collages!

  12. I have followed your work for some time and really enjoyed the inchie collages. I've attempted some myself, but I haven't developed your eye yet. It's so gracious of you to offer this book as a giveaway. Thanks.

  13. I have to agree with what someone said above me. I also consider you the grid queen. Your cards are awesome...And thank you for posting this beautiful book.

  14. I always enjoy stopping by your blog to take a peek. Saw some
    WONDERFUL news coming soon. A GIRL!!!! Wow! You will enjoy that after all boys.
    I'm more excited about your sweet news than trying to win a prize. However, it's always fun trying to win something new and would enjoy it also.
    Many New Years blessings to you and the family Jacqueline.

  15. Hello Jacqueline

    I have long been admirer of your work, infact you inspired me to make inchie cards. I would love the chance to win your stunning book.

  16. Of course I would love the opportunity to win your book. I love and admire your creations and would be thrilled to own this little treasure.
    Oooh, i have a big birthday coming up in less than 2 weeks so how cool would that be if I was the lucky number that came up.
    Thank you

  17. Oh Jacqueline this would be a wonderful book to treasure, I could and would not want to cut up any pages from here. It would be so special to win and more so because it would inspire me to keep on creating ( just like you). Thanks for an amazing chance to win!!! Hugs

  18. Okay so please ignore my last comment Jacqueline, I was very late for your giveaway LOL but Thanks anyway for the lovely post showing your gorgeous project!!!


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