Saturday, November 1, 2008

November 1st Blog Hop ~ H&M Stamps and a PRIZE

Today is H&M's November BLOG HOP! What fun! The theme this month is festive favourites ~ I decided to try my hand at a table setting so I used this set and made up a place-name, a napkin ring, and I decorated 3 small candles with more images. This was such fun to do and made me feel quite festive! DO YOU WANT TO WIN $50 TO SPEND AT H&M STAMPS? Then read on!



To take a look at my fellow Design Team Members' projects please hop along to the links below:


Kimberly
Shannon
Neva
Janette
Julia
Heather
Debbie
Tracy
Nancy Ruth
Carolina
Julie


Fancy playing along? Heather has arranged an amazing $50 gift certificate to spend at H&M Stamps for the winner of the Customer Blog Hop 'Festive Favorites'. All you need to do is make a festive favorites card, project or 3D item and post a comment with a link here on my blog. All the Design Team members will send the names of participants to Heather who will randomly pick a winner. $50 certificate if you use H&M stamps on your project, $25 certificate if you use any other stamps. If you can't make a Festive Favorites project, then just leave a comment explaining your favorite christmas memory and the winner will receive 10 yards of H&M Ribbon. What great prizes! You've got one week to participate ... come on, you know you want to!

6 comments:

Kimberly said...

Very cute set! Great idea!! Your dishes are beautiful!

Julia Aston said...

I just love your table settings Emma! the candles and napkin rings - the name cards - how festive and pretty this will be at Christmas!

Carolina said...

What a beautiful table setting - so elegant and compliment your china just perfectly!

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

What a great set Emma! I love the little name card!!
hugs, Jami

Neva said...

Emma these are just so elegant and lovely. Fantastic blog hop projects. Love them all.

Deb said...

Love your fabulous tablescape Emma! I love it all, but especially the tiny little votives!

Another favorite Christmas memory: mom's peanut butter fudge. To this day, it just isn't Christmas unless we have some!