Thursday, February 26, 2009

BLOG CANDY!!

It was one year ago today that I announced on my blog that I had signed up to become a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and I have decided to celebrate with some great blog candy! This is the blog candy up for grabs. It includes my favourite SAB set Botanical Blooms and a 6" x 6" designer paper pack (which includes 60 sheets: 2 each of 5 double sided designs in each of the colours - real red, pretty in pink, apricot appeal, bashful blue and wild wasabi).

RULES:
Seeing as Grant and I are making up a music playlist for our wedding, comment on this post including at least one song that you think should be played at our wedding.
You can get a second entry into the draw if you mention my blog candy on your blog. If you do this, please create a second post with a link to the post on your blog! If you are posting anonymously you must include your name and email in your post.
You must live in Canada or the US to enter!

Note: If you do not follow the rules (ie. do not include a song) I will not include your entry in the draw.

I will draw for a winnter on Thursday March 5 - You have until 7:00 PM MST to enter..

Thank you to everyone who has made my blog such a success! I have had a blast creating it and enjoy reading each and every comment that is left for me!

40 comments:

Lindy Stamper said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win. You must have 'The way you look tonight.' by Sinatra. It's a classic

jmniffer said...

Great blog candy! Maybe not in the wedding but at the dance "Time in a Bottle" by Jim Croce...an oldie but a goodie. jmniffer

Claudia's Irish Eyes said...

An amazing song is "The Love I Found In You" by Jim Brickman, so many of his songs would be appropriate. Congratulations.
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

Allison said...

Okay...I just have to join if only to list my fav wedding song(s)! Our song was "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel (so "Say Anything"). I hope your day is awesome with lots of good memories!

Anonymous said...

"You Are So Beautiful" by Joe Cocker. Every bride is beautiful on her wedding day.

Swedie

Anonymous said...

I love all of the ideas and goodies on your blog. You perfect song would be "Can I have this Dance" I believe it is by Ann Murry. It's a beautiful song for a beautiful event.
Thank you!! :)

Danita
danita.roberts@usoncology.com

Stephanie Hargis said...

I have almost been a SU! demo for a year too! How crazy! :D I walked down the aisle to the song "Meant to Be" by Jim Brickman. It was really different but it was beautiful! :D I love all of his music though!

Primitive Seasons said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. I came to your to "investigate" and found wonderful blog candy. How nice. Would suggest Daddy's Little Girl for the father's dance or if dad is not involved then Once In Time by Tim Janis. Soft and lovely. I will link you on my blog.

Mary
www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

Primitive Seasons said...

Check my blog for a link to your blog candy.


Mary
www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

I think you should play The Way You Look Tonight.

HoboB

Stacy Bennett said...

Thanks for the great blog candy! I think my favorite wedding song now is by Big and Rich and its called Lost In This Moment. Thanks again!

Chrissy said...

Congratulations on your year of being a SU Demo.
A song to play at the wedding......"I Swear" by John Michael Montgomery. Beautiful song..

Chrissy said...

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here's a link to my blog where I've posted your blog candy!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

SO cool Allison!! Well...I think that NO wedding is complete without "Unforgettable" by Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole!! LOVE that song! (I almost wrote UnFROGettable!! LOL!!)

Diane said...

Congrats on your upcoming wedding, you have to have Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You", its so hauntingly beautiful!
Come visit me, I have blog candy, too!

Diane said...

I have added you to my blog http://nelliesnest.blogspot.com/2009/02/visit-here-for-some-blog-candy_28.html thank you for the chance!

Anne Anderson said...

What a neat blog. Love the postings. Came to find you by way of Mary from Primitive Seasons. I love the song "Canon In D' by Johann Pachelbel... wonderful song to walk down the isle on. I dont hav ea blog but can pass the word via email.

JenMarie said...

Ooo...good giveaway! And, congrats on your upcoming wedding!! :)
A song... I Will Be Here by Steven Curtis Chapman.

JenMarie said...

Gotcha linked up in my blog candy section!!
http://taylormadebyjenmarie.blogspot.com/2008/11/blog-candy-giveaways.html

Christina said...

Awesome blog candy!! Congrats on the anniversary too!! Unfortunately I do not have a blog right now, however an awesome wedding song is "Marry Me" by Amanda Marshall.

Susan said...

What a neat idea to find songs!! Okay, my wedding song list must-have is "AT LAST" by Etta James--the version found on the CD called "Etta James: Her Best". There are other versions and remakes, but there's something about this one....
Thanks for the change to win!

Stampin Cats said...

I'll be going thru this with my daughter soon. unchained melody by the Righteous Brothers, that is one of my favorites.

Dana said...

Congrats on getting married. I would suggest Steven Curtis Chapman....I will be here. It is a very touching song, one that is very dear to us and we used it.

dana said...

Okay, new to this not sure how you would know to get in touch with me. My post was Dana, SCS member louvegas.

Jackie said...

We got married in a castle in St. Augustine and my favorite song at our wedding was "The Wedding Song" by Paul Stookey (I think that's his name).

lynns said...

My niece had the Love Song from Titanic at her wedding 10 years ago. I think it still holds up today.
Like your blog and your work.

lynn

Doramiyi said...

Go on Youtube and find 'When God Made You' by Newsong & Natalie Grant. After listening to it you'll know why I recommended it.

Thanks for a chance to win.

doramiyi
doramiyi@gmail.com
-CANADA-

-Agnes- said...

Nice blog candy! I have attended a western style wedding in Japan where when the bride was going to be given away, and the groom entered the hall from the other end, a gospel trio sang "Here comes Jesus..." - why not include a few tacts of this song?

-Agnes- said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I have linked you here.

Lisa M said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog! I love what you have done with the Urban Oasis paper as well. At our wedding, one of our favorites was Sarah McLaughlin's "Ice Cream". Check it out!

Anonymous said...

Nice blog!!

My personal favorite wedding song...At Last (by Etta James).

Congratulations and Good Luck!

Jill
jillsanders@cebridge.net

Anonymous said...

Congrats on your up coming wedding.I just recently found your blog and just love the cards you made with the upsy daisy set.
"I swear" by John Michael Montgomery. An oldie but a good one.
Elaine R

mudmaven said...

Oh boy - a particular song - I would say almost anything by either Josh Groban like "When You Say You Love Me" - love JG! ~chris

jennyv said...

"Love Will Keep Us Together"by Captain & Tennille. I just love that song. Thanks for the chance for offering blog candy. Congratulations on your 1 yr. of becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. I have link your blog candy on my blog.

http://littlejennyscreations.blogspot.com/

Jenny

Jennifer S. said...

Oh...so many great ones to choose from! Since it looks like several people have already suggested Steven Curtis Chapman's "I will be Here," my next one would be "You've Got a Friend" by James Taylor. Good Luck with your wedding and congrats on your SU! anniversary.
Jennifer

Grant B. said...

I suggest "Funkytown" by Lipps, Inc.

Susan said...

Oh, I forgot to come back to say I've had you linked in the sidebar on my blog for several days.
Thanks again for the chance!

Anonymous said...

My nephew & his wife playing "Goin to the Chapel". It was a fun wedding. Congrats!
Mitzi
mnic.1@excite.com

Wendy said...

Hi Emily, I'm enjoying your talent posted on your blog--thanks for sharing. How about From this Moment by Shania Twain or Fields of Gold by Sting?

Anonymous said...

Hi
My vote is Love Story by Taylor Swift. It is a brand new love song!

Bonnie