Friday, October 22, 2010

Fabulous Friday is back....

and we're going to give away more prizes than ever! We missed last week 'due to technical difficulties' so we want to make it up to you for that. But, we're also super-duper excited about something new we're doing...the Keller's way, of course...so it's easy...and fun...and stinkin' cute!





But, first....here's what we wanna know...and by answering these few questions, you'll be entered to win 1 of 4 (YES, FOUR!!!) great prizes this week...just read to the end to find out what you might win!














Ok, so you see this pic? What do we want to know?? We want to know what you do for Christmas Cards or Holiday Cards each year. Answer these questions by leaving a comment here or post on our Facebook fan page. Either way, you'll be entered to win.








1. Do you send cards out at all?






2. Do you send Christmas cards or Hanukah cards or New Years cards or another theme?






3. How many do you send?






4. Do you include a photo either on the card or in the card?






5. Any special card tradition that you'd like to share?










Ok, easy enough, right? Wasn't some big, long questionaire that takes you an hour to complete! Just 5 easy questions that we'd like some feedback on.








NOW, to the fun part....wanna know what your playin' for? (Survivor fans, don't you love when Jeff Probst says that before a challenge....Keller says that all week around the house)






You might win a pack of new CHRISTMAS CARDS from Keller's Creations!!! Yes, our own cards! Printed on the front with patterns from our Country Christmas Perfect Paper Collection. Printed on ultra-thick perfect white cardstock. Scored to fold. Blank inside. BUT able to run thru any home printer!! Oh, and my favorite part?? Photo slits cut on the front printed panel to hold a 4x6 photo!!!!!!!!! No tape or adhesive necessary...but also means the recipient of the beautiful card can then put the entire card in a frame b/c it's so darn cute, or they can slide that photo out & add to fridge or another frame for lasting memories...no more wondering what to do with all those holiday cards with printed sayings around pictures. Ya know, most people toss them away at the end of each season. Some of us scrappers actually incorporate them in our scrapbooks. Some of us (uh hum...me) pile them up for ONE DAY when we will scrap them. But, we spend alot of time getting the right photo shot for the card...then alot of money on the cards...then alot of time addressing the cards...and then more money to send them. Wouldn't it be nice if that photo hung around someone's house a little longer?!






So, that's what you're playin' for. Our cards will be ready to ship next week, just in time for this year's upcoming Christmas season. They will be in packs of 10 in 3 options: Dots, Stripes, and Plaids. So, 3 winners will each get a pack of 1 of these patterns. Then, 1 lucky GRAND PRIZE WINNER this week will receive 1 pack each of all 3!!!



So, 4 lucky winners this week....doesn't that make Friday fabulous?

13 comments:

Melissa Galban said...

oh WOW I'm the first one to comment. Yes I send Christmas cards, send around 40 and I make them myself. I love making my own Christmas cards I guess that would be my tradition since everyone is expecting them. We also like to include either a family picture or just of our 3 boys.

thomastte said...

I send out Christmas cards, about 200 of them, always include a photo, I keep all photo Christmas cards I receive and have them in a special scrapbook album. It's great to go thru them and see how much families and kids change over the years.

kimt816 said...

we love christmas especially the cards.
i send out close to 150 cards each year that includes personal and business ones that i hand write them all writers cramp yes lol. our family and friends get a family / kids update picture card each year taken whenever we can get everyone together and able to keep both kids who are under 5 still long enough. our family tradition is to let kids open the cards and hang them up on the kitchen door to display until after te holidays then we recycle them next year in our scrapbooks or for new handmade cards. I have started card making and this kit would come in super handy thanks for the chance to win .

Amanda said...

I send out handmade Christmas cards every year.(Hanukkah cards for my Jewish friends.) I started with about 50 cards, but each year that number gets reduced. It takes a long time to make so many cards! I always include a photo of either my girls our our whole family. We don't have and real traditions with the cards. I'd like to scrapbook them some day, but I'm really behind in my scrapbooks.

laura D said...

For sure send Christmas cards...
Like to have a photo on them...
like to buy a few new decorations for the tree at a local craft faire every year....
save cards from the year before to re read .....
thank you for the give away...

Carrie said...

Yes, I send Christmas cards out each year and usually end up sending around 30 cards. In the past, I sent a picture with the card, but with so many family members being on social networks (like Facebook), I don't feel it necessary to send pictures any more since they can see them year around on Facebook. Thank you for the chance to win!

Ann said...

I don't send many Christmas cards - 25 at most. Many are handmade, but some are not. Some have photos as part of the card, or enclosed, but ones for local friends usually don't. Your new cards sound like they would be perfect for the picture ones! As to special traditions, I save received cards and pictures and include in an on-going Christmas album.

ALH1203 said...

Yes we send Christmas cards, I used to make them but once the munchkin came along my time to handstamp and decorate cards disappeared. Would love to get back into making them. We send out about 70 cards - all with a pic of our lovely daughter in them and an invite to our annual New Year's Day cookout. I let my daughter open the cards and then we hang them up for all to see. I also love to get the cards in the mail early since my bday is 12/3 and my daughter's is 12/12 so we have a pretty busy December.

TeenaBugg38 said...

1.Always send out cards!!!

2. Pretty much just Christmas cards.

3. Well over 200 but that includes ones for the kids to give to special teachers at school. (I have 5 kiddos....lol)

4. Some cards I do print with a photo. I do digital card making for the holidays and part of that is the family photo :) Last year I made scrappy ornamanets for the teachers with the kids photos on a little handmade Christmas tag.

5. No real traditions.....I save all of my cards and display them during the holiday and after its over i put them in an album.

Jenny McGee said...

1. Yes, I send cards.
2. Christmas cards, sometimes fall cards too.
3. About 20 or so.
4. No photos usually.
5. No special traditions.
Thanks for a chance to win one of your card kits. Sounds like a great prize.

jengd said...

We try to send cards every year- I think we missed one but that's not normal. I've been making our cards for 7 or 8 years and I make about 40-50 a year to send out. They tend to be a mix of Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas. We started sending a picture when our son was born- typically his Santa picture. Beyond that, no traditions but I am proud of myself :) for having been able to keep a sent/received list for the past 8 or 9 years. It has all of the addresses on it so everything is fairly consolidated for card-sending.

Wombat Central said...

We send about 45-50 Christmas cards out each year. They always have a photo of the family or just the kiddos. Every year I think about making them, but I usually get bogged down with other stuff and end up using ones I've purchased. Yours sound fab!

Kristie Maynard said...

Let's see if I remember to answer all the questions. LOL.
I do send Christmas cards and try to get them out just after Thanksgiving. For the last 3 yrs I have made my own cards and for a couple years before that I did them online at a photo site. But in the last few years I haven't sent any pictures. I usually send between 50 & 60 cards out. I have most of them 1/2 done for this years cards, better get moving.

Our card tradition is that they first card we receive, that person gets something that I make. Could be spiced nuts or cookies, or maybe a mini album with family pictures in it. It all depends on the person and my mood at the time. Never know what they will get. People don't realize I do this until they receive the 1st card gift and then they can't get it for another couple years. It's a lot of fun.
Thanks for this great give away!