Freebie Friday #32 Gratitude for Days

Welcome to Freebie Friday.  I have Gratitude for Days so I am doing a $45 giveaway this week.  I LOVE this kit.  It’s so amazing and simple.  Every year during the holidays I like to do 30 days of thanks, and this is the perfect solution.  Check out the video below and see details below on how to get in on the $45 product giveaway!
Last weeks Freebie Friday Winner is: Marie Smith

Samples of how to use this amazing kit in alternative ways.  These are from the Stampin UP! corporate blog.

You can order your Gratitude Kit in my online store HERE.
Here’s the video I made for you.  Listen at the end to find out how to be entered to win a $45 Shopping Spree free from me.
Freebie Friday Giveaway Details from Sept 12:
  • Anyone can win
  • Leave a comment on my you tube video or blog post to get 1 ticket in the drawing *1 ticket*
  • Order $25 in product (before tax and shipping) and get 2 tickets in plus 1 for commenting *3 tickets total*
  • Order $50 in product (before tax and shipping) and get 4 tickets in the drawing plus 1 for commenting.  *5 tickets total*
  • You must check back here next week on Sept 19th to see if you won.  Then email me at wendy.cranford@live.com
  • If one week goes by with no claim to the prize I will choose another winner from that week.
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22 thoughts on “Freebie Friday #32 Gratitude for Days

  1. You are so clever to use the products from this kit in different ways. I might not have bought it to use as is, but now can certainly see that it can be put to good use in many other projects. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. You are so clever to use the products from this kit in different ways. I might not have bought it to use as is, but now can certainly see that it can be put to good use in many other projects. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Wendy, this kit was used as the 'make & take' at last Sunday's Unite & Excite event in Livermore! It was fun and easy to make.
    Connie S in California

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  4. Wendy, this kit was used as the 'make & take' at last Sunday's Unite & Excite event in Livermore! It was fun and easy to make.
    Connie S in California

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  5. I love the idea of spending the days in November to say something you are thankful for. I try to make a habit of doing this every year. I love this idea of using this kit, what a creative way to showcase these! Thanks

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  6. I love the idea of spending the days in November to say something you are thankful for. I try to make a habit of doing this every year. I love this idea of using this kit, what a creative way to showcase these! Thanks

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  7. Thanksgiving Day the whole family writes down individually what they are thankful for and reads them aloud. This kit is wonderful for that. Probably wouldn't have given this a second look if not for your video. Thanks for sharing!
    Kathi R.

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  8. Thanksgiving Day the whole family writes down individually what they are thankful for and reads them aloud. This kit is wonderful for that. Probably wouldn't have given this a second look if not for your video. Thanks for sharing!
    Kathi R.

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  9. This kit caught my eye the first time I looked at the holiday catalog! I think it would be cool to use it over and over each year by dating the inserts and adding to them each year. I've just been trying to figure out how I wanted to display it first… I was thinking an old repurposed art frame. Paint it, distress it, and use the wire running from side to side. That way you could still use the clips and the baker's twine would look really cute used as embellishments on the pockets! YES! By the way, where did you announce last week's Freebie Friday winner?

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  10. This kit caught my eye the first time I looked at the holiday catalog! I think it would be cool to use it over and over each year by dating the inserts and adding to them each year. I've just been trying to figure out how I wanted to display it first… I was thinking an old repurposed art frame. Paint it, distress it, and use the wire running from side to side. That way you could still use the clips and the baker's twine would look really cute used as embellishments on the pockets! YES! By the way, where did you announce last week's Freebie Friday winner?

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  11. Wendy, Thanks for sharing your time, talents and ideas with us. You are so creative with your ideas on how to use the projects. I was looking for last week's winner and did not see the name. Did I overlook it?

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  12. Wendy, Thanks for sharing your time, talents and ideas with us. You are so creative with your ideas on how to use the projects. I was looking for last week's winner and did not see the name. Did I overlook it?

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