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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Blog Candy!!!


Pat of Technique Junkies has generously given the designers some 2008 CD's to offer to blog readers, so here's your chance to win this one!! Go see Pat's TJ site for a better idea of content, but let me tell you - you will NOT be disappointed LOL
Just leave a comment on this post, sharing one of your favorite books or movies! Anyone can enter, but only once please :o) I'll pick a winner this weekend, so check back Sunday...
Best of luck!

55 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Nancy, My favorite book of all time has to be "East of Eden" by John Steinbeck.
A must read - Cheri

Susan Hackney said...

My favorite all time movie is An Affair to Remember.

Robin in Las Vegas said...

My favorite book for today is "The Decorated Page" by Gwen Diehn. She explains technique and style for altered books, journals, scrapbooks and albums. She makes things seem so easy!

Michele said...

Hi Nancy,

I'd love to win some TJ blog candy!! My current favorite book (because I'm reading it right now for a couples' book club) is "The Water is Wide" by Pat Conroy. If you love a good story, told with colorful language, then you should check out this book!

Michele Weber
michelew@wowway.com

Cheryl said...

Oh, I would love to win that CD!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Nancy!
Love the old photos you posted the other day.
Today I am hoping for some blog candy! My favorite movie of all time is "Some Like It Hot" w/Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe, and Jack Lemmon! I absolutely love the ending w/all of them sailing off w/Joe E. Brown!
Hugs!
Kavi Coulson
kavicoul@yahoo.com

Beth said...

Hi Nancy,
Guess I would have to say my favorite movie of all times has to be "Ghost" I still cry through that one.

Niki said...

Nancy,
Wow, great blog candy. One of my all time favorite movies is Somewhere in Time with Jane Seymour and Christopher Reeves. A favorite book is hard, because I read so much. I've worn out a copy of Lord of the Rings, am on my second copy of the trilogy, so that's probably top of the list.

Thanks,
Niki

Mary Strauser said...

Sure would love to have that CD.
My favorite movie is Mircle on 34th Street. I still cry every time I see it.

Anonymous said...

I have so many favorites but my all time book that was made into a movie is "Fried Green Tomatoes" by Fannie Flagg. It hold special memories of my mom before she passes away from breast cancer.

Stacey
artsygals@yahoo.com

Shelly Schmidt said...

I have a few favorite movies- one is "A Beautiful Mind" with Russell Crowe- totally unpredictable......... I see something new each time, the other is "The Notebook"..... also It's a Wonderful Life- see that every single year with the family at Christmas time- we could all use an angel, don't you think?
I am not much of a reader these days- mostly rubber stamping techniques or Technique How To's.....or Blogs.....
Thanks Nancy

Becky B. said...

Hi! Please enter me, too! It may seem unusual, but I love the movie The Princess Bride! ....just a fun fantasy story!...and some funny spots, too!
Becky Benson
bensonbecky@hotmail.com

Stampin_Melissa said...

Hmmmm, favorite movie would have to be Top Gun. Thank you for the opportunity for some yummy blog candy!

Carolyn said...

Just read the Twilight series and absolutely loved them. Can't wait to see the movie coming out this month. thanks for sharing.

carolyn s.

ceashark at aol dot com

windycindy said...

Happy Wednesday! What a fun giveaway drawing contest. My favorite book of all time is "To Kill a Mockingbird!"
Please enter my name in your drawing. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Pam said...

I love all the techniques that Pat offers us.
My favorite book/movie has always been Gone With the Wind. I read the book in 2 days when I was a teenager.

Pam E
pamjoyeng@yahoo.com

Char- The Mad Shopper said...

My favorite movie is the "Goodbye Girl".

loyaz said...

I love anything written by Jayne Ann Krentz or Elizabeth Lowell. Have '2' books going right now - one by each author.
DianeL
loyaz1@wbhsi.net

leenda said...

One of my favorite books is John Steinbeck's "East of Eden." Thanks for the chance to win the only TJ CD I don't own!! lol

carolan said...

Hi Nancy,
one of my favorite books is " A Beautiful Mind" and also "The Bridges Of Madison County." another was "Tuesdays With Morie."
Carolan

moose said...

My favorite movie of all times is American President, i must have watched it 100 times or more. Too many favorite books to mention, favorite author D. Steele

Lydia said...

My two books tied for first place are 1984 and the Brothers Karamazov. My favorite movie is the Natural!

Annelies said...

My favorite book is 'love in times of cholera' by Marcquez and my favorite movie 'Chicago'. Thanks for a chance to win! Greetings from Belgium, Annelies

Anonymous said...

I still love "Scrooge".

Swedie

Primitive Seasons said...

I know it' old but I love An Officer and a Gentlemen with Richard Gere. When he comes in the last scene and carries her out, I could just melt!

Mary
www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

siteach said...

Hi Nancy,
My favorite book is The Notebook.
Ann

sandyh50 said...

Oh, my gosh, I read all the time! I like all the books by Clive Cussler, Patricia Cornwell, Jonathan Kellerman and many more. The Bible is my all time favorite!

Anonymous said...

Hi Nancy

what a great gift to give at christmas time....love your blog


DeeDee

Anonymous said...

Hi Nancy'


What a great offer right at christmas time...

DeeDee

SusanH said...

I love to read and my favorite book right now (it tends to change) is "The Secret Life of Bees" (and the movie is good too!!)

Terri S said...

Hi Nancy, My favorite movie is It's a Wonderful Life. I have a few favorite books. James Patterson as well as Nicholas Sparks are two favorite authors. Thanks for the chance to win the great TJ blog candy.

Deb Neerman said...

Omigosh, what great blog candy! I'm a TJ member and have been wanting this CD since Pat released it! Please pick me, LOL!

My all-time favorite book? Man, that's a tough one as I have dozens of favorites. I'll pick "A Thousand Splendid Suns" becuz it's one of the more current books I love. If you haven't read it, well ... you must!

Thanks so very much for the chance to win!

Deb
debkneer {at} aol {dot} com

Yvonne said...

I just watched Kung Fu Panda and thought it was pretty cute. Of course I like all those animated movies.
Would love to win the CD. I have belonged to the Technique Junkies previously but not for awhile.

Pat - patzee2000@yahoo.com said...

One of my favorite movies is "Babette's Feast" but I also put on "Undercover Brother" while I'm stamping. I love the vibrant images and music in "Undercover"--it keeps me moving!
Pat

Darlene L said...

Thanks for the blog candy opp--love being a TJ member but I do not have that CD.

One of my favorite go to movies for a good laugh is What's Up Doc with Barbara S and Ryan O. Silly but so funny with Madeline Kahn.

Darlene
djstamper2003 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Pat sent me for blog candy...
Favorite movie -- I love a little film (from about 25 years ago) called "Breaking Away" about a teenage boy who love bike racing. It's sweet and funny ... go, rent it, you'll love it.

Sandy John
stampingwriter at hotmail dot com

Cheryl said...

Hope I win!!!

Diana said...

Hi, My favorite movie - and I haven't been for a long time is "On Golden Pond"....maybe I'm showing my age :-D. I would say my favorite book - I just purchased is "Expressive Handmade Books" by Alisa Golden. Love how everything is illustrated for easy learning.

Samantha said...

Nancy!
I am an avid reader...DH complains that I never put my iPod Touch down (and touch him, I guess...LOL!) because I am always reading! Sooo many to recommend...what to choose??? Have you read Loving Frank by Nancy Horton? This is a fictionalized account of the affair of Frank Lloyd Wright and Mamah Borthwick Cheney. It was an engaging mix of romance, history, and murder mystery. I have a much deeper appreciation not only for Wright's work but for those involved in the Sufferage Movement...definitely worth checking out!

dini said...

My favorite movie is Sabrina (the old one, not the remake)...though someone else said An Affair to Remember - that one gets me every time.

Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

Dina @ mamadinis

SherylH said...

Hi Nancy -- thanks for the chance to win the TJ CD. Can't really say that I have an "all-time" favorite movie or book. But prefer movies that are lighthearted like American President. As for books, I haven't read many books lately (tend more to read magazines now) but have enjoyed the Outlander and subsequent novels by Diane Gabaldon.

altermyworld said...

The Harry Potter series, :) a fav.
ANg

Anonymous said...

I guess one of my all time favorite movies is Pride & Prediuce. I just love the old b&W movies another one is Gaslight. stamping sue wisniewski

Sonjia Bradshaw said...

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Pat Garvin said...

I love Liar Liar. A Jim Carey movie. It is hilarious

Sue D said...

My favorite movie especially around this time of year is "It's a Wonderful Life."

Shannon Niziolek said...

I love to read!! I'm not sure what my all time favorite would be. I love Michael Connelly's books, Dan Brown's books, Douglas Preston's books, most of Michael Chricton's books. Probably Harry Bosch in Michael Connelly's books, that is probably my favorite.
Thanks much!
-Shannon

DebbyG said...

My all time favorite movie is "Gone with the Wind"

annesatx said...

One of my all time favorite movies is The Princess Bride -- it always makes me laugh.

laurie said...

Hi Nancy, I have read the others and my mind is WAY OFF as you probably already realize. My ultimate favorite movie is Texas Chain Saw Massacre!! It was the ONLY movie to ever really scare me through and through so much that when I went home to my apartment and the air conditioner kicked on I almost had a heart attack! I have never seen anothere movie that lived up to that night!

Kelly - Muse Whisperer said...

My favorite book(s) are the Little House series. Even now, as I'm nearing 50, reading those books are like meeting with old friends who transport me to a simpler time and place.

Kelly - Muse Whisperer said...

Even though I'm nearing 50 years old I love to be transported back to a simpler place and time through the Little House books. Opening their pages is like embracing treasured friends.

jules p said...

Okay..my favorite movie would be "Grease". And my favorite book, would be anything about stamping. ;)

Jules p

imisstx at comcast dot net

Adeline E. Brill said...

I absolutely love the Wizard of Oz! I have watched it 100+ times, read the book (Wicked, too) and have the DVD!

Linda said...

I love Debbie Macomber books. My favorite was the Blossom St book---first one in that series.
Linda Peterson