I am super, duper excited about the amazing giveaway starting today from Cutting Edge Stencils. They are offering one Simcoe Street reader whatever stencil they love the most (up to a $50 value). The toughest part might be choosing your stencil if you win... Let's look at some options - here's some ideas of how other people's projects have turned out (courtesy of Cutting Edge Stencils):
I'm thinking of getting a stencil myself to use on a piece of furniture. I like the idea of using one on a pillow, too. Or maybe curtains?
In addition to having a ton of options, Cutting Edge Stencils has really helpful stuff like these how-to videos (by the way, it tried forever to figure out how to embed this video. I still have a lot to learn about computers and whatnot).
Okay so now to the important stuff. To enter this giveaway, you can do one or all of the following so you have up to 3 chances to win (leave a separate comment for each one so that you get a separate entry and chance to win for each one). None are required, but you can do all three to better your chances if you'd like.
1. Be a follower of Simcoe Street (and leave a comment telling me you are following).
2. Visit Cutting Edge Stencils, and tell me which one you'd choose (and I would LOVE if you told me how/where you think you'd use it!)
3. Like Cutting Edge Stencils on Facebook (here) (and leave a comment telling me you did)
The winner will be chosen at random (using a random # generator) on
Friday February 10.
Good luck and a great big thank you for entering!
Two other things -- if you are not a blogger and do not have a web address for me to contact you at, please be sure to leave your email address. It is best to write it out (name at gmail dot com, for example) because I've heard otherwise weirdo spammers can somehow magically find it (yes, still have lots to learn about the internet).
Also, the prize ships to the USA only. I am super bummed about that, too. I try to get as many ship-anywhere giveaways as I can, but since I loved this product so much decided not to turn it down despite the US-only thing.