Sunday, July 26, 2009

Spot The Mistake - Round 5

That's right! I am putting myself out there again and asking you to find the mistake in this morning's post. The winner will get something from my stash of unused and neglected craft supplies. Maybe even some ribbon (like I'd miss it).

So go on back here and see if you can find it. I only spotted one, so as usual, there will be bonus points granted for anyone who spots more than one!

I will pick a name at random from all the correct responses (I make up these rules as I go, you know). All entries must be posted as a reply to this post. You may enter more than once, but your name will only be counted once. Deadline for entering is Wednesday 9 pm Eastern time. I'll pick a winner and announce it on Thursday.

Thanks in advance for playing! Let the games begin!

7 comments:

  1. Dang it all if I couldn't find any mistakes... but I do love the instructions you provide for us novice stampers!

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  2. I had to read your post twice...but I found it!!!!! After the quote about embellishment you show the photo of the one with the twice wrapped ribbon...the text says "I this version..." It should be "In this version..."
    And yes, I am a VERY good editor...LOL!!!!

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  3. This immediately set of the "this sounds like work" alarm in my brain, and I stopped. (set OFF...alarm)

    I opted for no image on this one, because the paper is pretty, and busy, so why bother. (should end with a ?)

    I this version, I did a particularly poor job attaching the papers to the card base, and I am out of alignment. (IN this version....)

    which I ever so cleverly disguised by sponging on some more of the Dusty Durango ink to make it look like I meant to do that. (should be ever-so-cleverly, but that's just nit picking, isn't it?)

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  4. I found the "immediately set of alarms" error, but I (like you) don't need more stuff. Thanks for entertaining me.

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  5. WAIT! I found another one - There's a sentence that says, "I this version, I did a . . . ." Should be "In this version." I'll keep looking. Oh, and on second thought, I'm sure I could squeeze in a couple yards of that luscious ribbon!! *wink*

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  6. I found two (I think) miscues -- "of" meaning "off" and "I" meaning "In". Other than that, perfect!!! Have great week.

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  7. I found one!

    "This immediately set of the "this sounds like work" alarm in my brain, and I stopped."
    -> "of" should be "off".

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