Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Spot The Mistake!

It's that time again! I have a typo in last night's post, and it's time for me to give something away. Plus, I'm too lazy to edit it.

Please post your findings in the comments on THIS post, and I'll use some unscientific and probably totally unfair method to select a winner. I'll leave this open until Friday night.

Thanks for playing!

9 comments:

  1. Do we have a new holiday? "ValentiMe's Day"?

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  2. Valentime's Day chocolates!! that's how my kids say it anyway LOL

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  3. Cute. My niece says something like Valmemtimes. I have no idea why kids hear things the way they do!

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  4. Ah, Leslie - your blog is so fun to read, not just look at! I think Valentine's Day is useless as a holiday, so 'Valentime's' makes just as much sense, ya know? I've also heard it referred to as "Singles Awareness Day", lol! I think unscientific and probably totally unfair is your prerogative, by the way...

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  5. Valentime is a perfect new word though. FYI, you can make your own flower soft by rubbing styrofoam together (I use 3-inch balls purchased from a local dollar store). Get the pile of rubbings on a piece of waxed paper or foil (or non-stick craft sheet), drop some reinker onto it, stir it up with a toothpick...and you've got your own DIY flower soft that you CAN use in your SU! stamp camps.

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  6. OH OH OH KellyRae that is SO COOL! I'm here to say, Leslie, I cheated at spot the error by reading the posts before I actually spotted the error, but KellyRae's suggestion is deserving of free stuff by the unscientific and probably totally unfair method of sharing such a great suggestion! OTOH, though, as Sue stated, it IS your prerogative.

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  7. I agree with KatheD! KellyRae should win the prize for the greatest idea!!

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  8. Whoo hoo! Leslie did pick me and I want to thank the academy for voting for me ROFL. Yayyyyy. You've got to try the DIY flower soft, it works slick as anything and you can then color match to your inks or cardstocks.

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I'd love to hear what you really think! :-)

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