Thursday, January 18, 2007

Blog Candy Time!!!



I think an Inkastamp blog candy giveaway is well overdo!! This is my first one but certainly not my last. I think its a small way to thank all my loyal and new blog readers for taking the time to check out my site. I am so honored to get all those sweet comments from such wonderful people. I also wanted to point out that thanks to EVERYONE I am on the Stamping Top 50!! You have no idea how excited I was *Smile* Knowing that people enjoy my work is what motivates me to keep stamping. Since Valentine's is coming for this giveaway all you have to do is leave a comment telling me your favorite romantic movie or book. I am a total sucker for those types of flicks. The drawing for the winner will be picked tomorrow at 6:00pm and announced there after. Good luck

53 comments:

Crystal said...

The Notebook - the movie and the book! I saw the Notebook here at home after it was on video and loved it...it inspired me to read it and many of Nicholas Sparks other novels too. They are all wonderful!

Congrats on being a top 50!

Dale Anne said...

I am a Pretty Woman fan!!!
LOVE all your stampin' projects - keep up the GREAT WORK!!!

Anonymous said...

Hmmm - Sleepless in Seattle or While You Were Sleeping - love them both! Love your site too - you inspire me!
Karin

Melissa said...

I also have to go with While You Were Sleeping. One of those movies I can watch over and over and cry every time.
Keep up your great work! Love it!
Melissa

Rosella said...

What can I say? My favorites...Hmmm...Sleepless in Seattle, While you were sleeping, The Notebook, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, The Lake House... to name a few. I guess I am a sucker for romantic movies LOL!
Congratulations on your reaching Top 50! Totally well deserved!!
I enjoy your blog very much. You are very creative and dedicated! Always looking forward to your next creation!

~pl said...

Congrats on Top 50 - that's very cool! I love checking in and seeing your work!

My favorite romantic movie is A Room with a View -- Italian landscape and Julian Sands (back in the day)-- you can't beat that!

My old favs are Pride and Prejudice (w/Colin Firth), Strictly Ballroom, Sabrina (w/Audrey Hepburn)... But I will pretty much watch any foreign movie or cheesy romantic comedy.

mjb coffee said...

I adore the movie "Same Time, Same Place, Next Year" with Alan Alda. Love your blog! You are so talented.

Geralyn said...

One of my favorite romantic movies is the 1994 rendition of a Love Affair with Warren Beatty and Annette Bening. Another is the remake of Sabrina with Harrison Ford and Julia Ormond. Both are remakes of movies from the 1950's.

Congratulations on being a top 50. I love your blog and think you are a very talented stamper.

Geralyn

Amanda said...

Love your work and this sight!!! My favorite romantic movie is The Philadephia Story with Katherine Hepburn--they don't make 'em like that anymore :)

Alora Sweetser said...

The Notebook is one of my all-time fave movies!

Congrats on the Stamping Top 50!

Mrs Adept said...

A romantic movie or book? Oh my goodness I can't think of anything.

Love your blog though. Very inspiring and creative.

Jenn said...

My favorite romantic movie is A walk in the Clouds, with Keanu Reeves. I love to sit and watch it. Love your blog and all you share.

Anonymous said...

I really love the old black and white movies and my favorite of all time is An Affair to Remember with Cary Grant! It gets me choked up every time I watch it. Love your blog and all of your beautiful cards.
Snazzy little titles for each day too!
Thanks!
Jen H.

mays331 said...

I also have to say The Notebook. It gets me everytime I watch it. I love it. I also love looking at your daily posts. You create some wonderful cards and are a great inspration, Keep up the good work.

Stephanie said...

I have two which are Wuthering Heights and The English Patient! I could watch both of those over and over.....

Congrats on making the Top 50. It must be a great feeling knowing that someone really is reading all the hard work you put into your blog:)

Betsy said...

The Runaway Bride is my favorite movie. Julia Roberts is terrific! By the way, love your blog. Your stuff is so cute! Keep up the good work.

Peta G said...

My favourite is How to lose a guy in 10 days!
Love your creations and congratulations on making the Top 50!
Peta G (Australia)

Anonymous said...

Sleepless in Seattle...I can watch it over and over again!

Check your blog all the time...great work!

Connie

Carolyn Sharkas said...

My all time favorites are Sleepless in Seattle and Dirty Dancing.

Love your blog and the artwork is absolutely beautiful. I can't wait to check it each day.

Anonymous said...

Addicted to love. Great movie about losing love, revenge, and finding love again.

Congrats

Danica S aka weaselwatchr

kraftyscraps said...

My favorite romantic movies are Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail - Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks make a great team!

Anonymous said...

I'm a big Nicholas Sparks fan, so I guess I'll pick The Notebook. Congrats on being in the top 50--you deserve it!
Lois H

Allison said...

One that I watched time and again as a teenager was "A Room With a View"...sigh! I really wanted to live my life in the Victorian/Edwardian period when there was just so much drama and romance. (Of course, then I got my history degree and realized that little in the movies is how it seems!)

(Another Helena Bonham Carter movie I always loved was Lady Jane...)

Jan Scholl said...

I am not much for romantic movies-hubby falls asleep and snores loud enough to either be asked to leave the theatre or for me to smack him. But there is one little charming movie called Crossing Delancy (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094921/) with Amy Irving and Peter Reigert that I really love. I watched it last week by myself when I am stuck home without a car (I totaled it) and it stilll makes me smile and cry at the same time. It's about finding love in the least expected person-with a little help from your grandma.

Anonymous said...

Somewhere In Time..ultimate fav. I totally like your cute cards...Thanks for the inspiration...Liann(viliann at hotmail)

Kelly Barney said...

You've Got Mail!

L8ybug2 said...

Pretty Woman-Steel Magnolias-Dirty Dancing. I can watch these over and over and never get tired of seeing them. What a great time to come accross your blog. You're going into my favorites, so I will be back.
Rita aka Happy Stamper

Nancy said...

I have watched Pretty Woman more times than I can count, but right up there is the American President (Annette Bening and Michael Douglas)and Up Close and Personal (Michelle Peiffer and Robert Redford). When she says she wants to marry him so he "legally has to be there in there in the morning" you just melt. Enjoy your work each day, Congrats on 50! Nancy (NMartin)

Anonymous said...

i have a bunch of movies and books that I like, but right now I love "The Lakehouse" with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock. 2 of my favorites together. :o) Great story line and very romantic.
THANK YOU for the "candy"! :o)
Monika/buzsy

----- Alison Mewer Cowan ----- said...

I love the movie Dangerous Beauty! It's my all time favorite!

Grandma Angie said...

Another Sleepless in Seattle fan, but don't forget Ghost! Nothing speaks love like your dead boyfriends ghost looking out for you haha! Love your work, glad I stumbled onto your blog!!

iddy777 said...

One I can only pick one!!?? Ok I pick Far and Away, no, I pick The Notebook, well what about Bridges over Madison, then there's Officer and a Gentleman I'm a sucker for romance!
Vicky
Good for you on the top 50!! I love your site.

doverdi said...

I love your blog and your wonderful stampin projects. My favorite romantic movie would have to be Pretty Woman & How to Lose a Guy in 10 days. I can watch these over and over again.

Sue Symens said...

The Notebook- I just really admire a love and respect that lasts through the sickness and health. Thanks so much for all your inspiration!!!

Denise said...

I recently discovered your blog ( a month or so ago) and already it is a favorite of mine! So much so that I listed you among my fav bloggers in a post I did last night.
I have many favorite movies (books - too many to mention), but I love Steel Magnolias, Mr. Holland's Opus, and Remember the Titans - not necessarily romantic movies, but the storylines are fabulous!
Thanks for sharing your amazing talent with us!

~Lana B.~ said...

Congrats on the top 50! You deserve it!!
An oldie but a goodie, I'd have to go w/ *An Officer and A Gentleman* Just love that movie!
Keep up the great work!
~Lana~

Anonymous said...

sweet innocent teen romance and comedy classic- Sixteen Candles. That and Princess Bride! Adelle- mnhyrkas

Anonymous said...

You gotta love "When Harry Met Sally." Why did Meg Ryan quit doing romantic movies??? Janine

Diana said...

I would have to say The Notebook...the first time I read the book, I cried so much I didn't go see the movie at the theater. When I finally did see the movie version, it made me cry even more. The story is just so beautiful. I also love The Lake House...absolutely beautiful!

Jen said...

My favorite is "Notting Hill." It was what my husband (boyfriend at the time) said was his favorite movie, so it's been *our thing* since. He's a Brit & I'm American, so that's kinda cool too.

bethtrue said...

Easy question - the movie Pretty Woman!!

It was fun to read through others' comments; now I am inspired to check out some new (new to me) movies!

Thanks!

sarasstamps said...

Hey Ana,
Love your Blog! I just CASED a card today. I can't pick just one so an old fav is Pride & Prejudice, new fav is Step up.

Thanks,
Sara

Marika Lemay said...

Moulin rouge!!!
I love this movie!
But I love your blog most!!!

Marika

KindredEsprit said...

I have a hard time picking faves! Hehehe. I do love Anne of Green Gables - both the book and the (CBC) movie and she's quite the romantic! And I also *loooove* the BBC's Pride & Prejudice.

Diana Crick said...

I cried almost the whole way through the movie The Notebook. We had just placed my father in an intermediate care facility. Each time I would go to visit he would sob and ask my help to kill him. Because of his medications he would hallucinate into his younger years. He was terrified of bath night. They have a huge "chair" which lifts the patient into the water. He would obsess as to whether it was Sunday yet. He is gone now but when I watched the movie he constantly came to mind as his periods of lucidity were few and far between. Sorry this is not more upbeat. Diana

Stamp4hobby said...

I have recently discovered the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and they have some very sweet and romantic parts. I am really enjoying reading them.
My favorite romantic movie is Hitch! :)

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tanis said...

I love your blog! What amazing work...this one's going in my bookmarks for sure!
Favourite romantic movie is definitely The Notebook.
Thanks for the opportunity!

Lois said...

The best movie is "Purple Hearts" with Cheryl Ladd & Ken Wahl. Hard to find but such a great movie. Congrats on making the top 50, you deserve it! TFS, Lois

MiMi's Place said...

I would have to go with The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks. Although, almost any of his books could be my favorite!

Thanks for sharing all of your great ideas and work!
Nancy Clark

Jessica (jessrose21) said...

I can only pick one favorite? LOL! One of my all-time romantic faves is South Pacific. It's an old musical film set during WWII. From reading the other comments, it looks like I'm going to have to watch The Notebook!

Anonymous said...

I love Dieing Young with Julia Roberts. It's a real tear jerker. A close 2nd is Pretty in Pink. They are both older but still love em':)

Anonymous said...

I think my fave is While You Were Sleeping. It's not all mush, there's humour in it too!

Keep up the great work with your blog.

Linda
(momtooandz on SCS)