Sponsor Giveaways | Scrapbooking From The Inside Out, Log Your Memory, Elles Studio

One person will receive the November kit from Scrapbooking from the Inside Out.

Explore loving yourself for exactly who you are and embracing life as it is happening with the newest kit from Scrapbooking from the Inside Out, ACCEPTANCE. This meaningful, stylish kit embodies the warmth of autumn in a box, perfectly fit for expressing all the ways you search, seek and succeed.

Inside Out’s monthly kits are all about EMOTION. We offer what no one else does...beautiful, large kits with deep meaning and all the latest products, along with inspiration to look inside your heart, fabulous free gifts and fantastic projects and tutorials you won't find anywhere else. You’ll get permanent access to journaling prompts, quotes, a music playlist and photos to spur your creativity, fantastic motivational challenges and prizes, and the work of a stellar design team. They’re also holding a design team search now through Nov 24th.

One person will receive a free Memory Logbook 2011: Half-Year Combo Set (coil-bound, print set) in their choice of size.

Two additional winners will each receive a free download of the Full Year Print-It-Yourself Edition of the 2011 Memory Logbook. And of course, all three winners will receive a free full-year Memory Minder subscription. All from Log Your Memory.

The 2011 edition of the Memory Logbook is finally here! Log Your Memory is excited to share the completely updated & revised edition of this all-in-one journal, calendar and idea book for memory keepers! This year's edition includes 52 brand new Weekly Challenges with 52 sample layouts created by 28 very talented contributing artists from five different countries.

The theme "This Is My Life" carries through the entire challenge series, with inspirational quotes and monthly photo prompts to help you capture your everyday, real life in 2011. The theme is emphasized each month through a different focus area, ranging from "Find Your Focus" and "Life Is So Daily" to "Relationships," "Personal Growth," and "Celebrate Life." This year's edition is also available in two sizes and multiple formats to help you find your best solution for everyday memory-keeping, including our limited edition coordinating 2011 Wall Calendar with tear-out full-color challenge cards.

Also new this year - our Memory Minder email subscription, included free with every 2011 Memory Logbook purchase to help educate, encourage and inspire you to use your Logbook throughout the year. It'll be like having your own personal memory-keeping assistant waiting for you in your inbox each week!

We're looking forward to a great year and would love for you to join us!

Two people will receive an advent calendar kit and Vintage Mix & Match Numbers from Elle’s Studio.

Elle’s Studio has some great journaling and number paper tags for all your December Daily albums and holiday layouts. They have also just released an advent calendar that you can purchase already printed, or digitally! It comes with all the elements to create 25 tags, full instructions on how to put them together and a list of gifts and activities that you can put in the pockets that some of the tags create!

Elle’s Studio also has a digital shop, at Jessica Spraque’s site, where they have turned some of their retired designs, along with some never-been-printed before designs, into digital downloads! Their digitals include pdf + png files, so you can use them for your digital scrapbooking or print them out and use them traditionally.

They also have a design team call going on right now! And, don’t forget to check out their blog, there is always something inspirational going on over there!


TO BE ENTERED into this giveaway please leave a comment below sharing what you look forward to most during the holidays (if you are reading this post on Facebook please come to my blog to leave a comment). Comments will be closed at 8pm Pacific on Sunday and the winners posted shortly after. Please be sure to check back or subscribe (click here to get posts delivered to your email box) to see if you are receiving one of the items this week. Have a great weekend!

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1096 thoughts

  1. Kate says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to extra time off work over the holidays. Gives me a chance to relax first, and then tackle projects that have been waiting in the wings.

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    1. Jackie says…
      11/06/2010

      I am looking forward to seeing family that I only see once a year. Also all the good and yummy holiday treats!

  2. Colleen Ryan says…
    11/06/2010

    without question, i look forward to time with family and friends. We spend so much time throughout the year working, running errands, and living life that taking time during the holidays to breathe, relax and just be with the people who mean the most to me is by far the best part of the holiday season.

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  3. Tammi Burke says…
    11/06/2010

    I look most forward to decorating the house. I love looking through the ornaments and remembering where they came from.

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  4. Kay Gregory-Clark says…
    11/06/2010

    I am making 2 quilts for my grandchildren, and every stitch will be made with the love I have for them. I also love the decorating and making special foods and baking. But most of all I look forward to the SPIRIT of Christmas, remembering why it is we celebrate Christmas and, regardless of one's faith, that spirit seems to seep into our lives, if only for a short while. Those smiles and "Merry Christmas" greetings and little extras that no other season produces.

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  5. Haley D. says…
    11/06/2010

    What I look forward to each year is time together. The rituals and traditions bond us even closer together as we share in the beauty and magic of the holiday season.

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  6. Carla says…
    11/06/2010

    Quando penso alle vacanze penso sempre ad avere piu' tempo per i miei amati hobby e per sistemare la casa
    :-)
    grazie per questa opportunità!
    ciao!

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  7. Francesca Di Leo says…
    11/06/2010

    i look forward to time off work to spend with my family.
    putting the heat up, blankets and getting cozy.
    candles, lots of candles and holiday decorations.
    making snow angels in the snow.
    waiting for the kids to wake up on xmas morning bursting with excitement to open presents.

    these are the things i love about the holidays.

    thanks ali for a chance to win these awesome gifts.

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  8. Leora Henkin says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to slowing down and enjoying time with family.

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  9. Ellen says…
    11/06/2010

    I love decorating the house, spending time with family, and the traditions I make sure we keep up each year. I know the kids count on them...and I realize every year how much I look forward to our traditions, even if I'm scrambling to fill shoes for St Nicks Day, or making sure Jesus' birthday cake has enough candles.

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  10. Saire says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to the smell of gingerbread in my kitchen, to twinkle lights. I look forward to celebrating at home this year, having the time and space to slow down and just be with my children and husband.

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  11. Nicky from Canada says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to having a house full at christmas as all the kids will be home for the holidays.

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  12. Ginny says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to my husband being home on vacation, so we can spend more time together. I also look forward to my children's wonder and excitement about everything the holiday brings.

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  13. Adele says…
    11/06/2010

    Oh Boy! Another giveaway -- thanks Ali! I'm looking forward to the holidays.

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  14. susan says…
    11/06/2010

    What I look forward to now is experiencing the December Daily with my patients. I am a Marriage and Family Therapist and I am quite interest in the therapeutic benefits of the INSIDE OUT give away, because it is about emotion, Much of my work is teaching women it is OK to feel their emotions, and that there are no right or wrong feelings.

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    1. Rachel says…
      11/07/2010

      Hey Susan! We have a special site just for clinicians for use with clients in the therapeutic environment. thepagesofyourlife.com - or email me at [email protected] and I can share more about our special offers for clinicians.

  15. Thinkie says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to having friends and family around!

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  16. Kristy S. says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to the extra special family time such as the Polar Express train ride with the kids, driving around town to see all the lights, and snuggling in our pj's around the tree to read and watch the train go round.

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  17. Marilyn Johnson says…
    11/06/2010

    A great giveaway! I am looking forward to spending the holidays with my husband and children! We have a new addition this year who is only 5 months old! So excited!

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  18. April W says…
    11/06/2010

    During the Holidays, I most look forward to the family time we get to have. My husband works long hours during the day and only sees our girls for a few minutes each night before they have to go to bed. He gets some time off for the Holidays though, so we soak up as much as we can. :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    - April W

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  19. Amie F says…
    11/06/2010

    I am looking forward to seeing the faces on my little boys at Christmas time. I love that Christmas is full of magic for little kids.

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  20. Karen says…
    11/06/2010

    Time spent with family is what I cherish.

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  21. Leigh says…
    11/06/2010

    I'm looking forward to all the traditions (old and new!) and the fabulous family time!!!

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  22. Wendy says…
    11/06/2010

    being with my family - the best gift of all!

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  23. Melanie says…
    11/06/2010

    I look forward to the joy on my husbands and sons faces when the house is decorated. They love Christmas and it makes them both really happy so that is always my gift to them.

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  24. Chris says…
    11/06/2010

    I love staying up late with my husband, playing santa, decorating the presents, we usually have a cocktail, and talk about how the kids will react to their gifts and imagining their faces when the find the gifts from Santa. We are really quiet so we don't wake them, and after we are all done, we sit back and take in everything. It's quiet and peaceful and we savour that time together and just get cozy watching the fire. That is one of my most favorite rituals about Christmas.

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  25. Kathy says…
    11/06/2010

    The excitement and joy in my kids. It's priceless. Thanks.

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