Friday, June 17, 2011

Flag Day Giveaway

Did you celebrate Flag Day on June 14th? Do you bleed red, white, and blue? I am proud to be an American and proud of those who have served and are serving in our military. My dad, uncles, husband, and brothers-in-law have all served our country in the military.

As a way to celebrate Flag Day, I am participating in a special giveaway. To see a list of all the bloggers who are participating, go to the home site at You have until June 17 to leave me a comment for the chance to win two stamp sets and a set of six cards. I love stamp sets with words, so I thought it would be appropriate to pass some on to others. Besides Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech is one of the freedoms that makes America great!

Here are the items you are entering to win:
To have the chance to win, simply leave a comment on this post and tell me what freedom you are most grateful for. You have until midnight June 17th to leave a comment. I will announce the winner by June 20th. Be sure to include your e-mail address so I can contact you and let you know if you've won.

How do you win?
  1. You must leave a comment for me on this post.
  2. You must comment before midnight (Central) on June 17.
  3. I will randomly pick a comment to win.
  4. I cannot ship internationally.

I hope you'll play along! God bless America!

Smiley from


  1. Jayne, thank you so much for jumping in and offering this wonderful prize in our inaugural Flag Day Giveaway--won't someone be thrilled to be your lucky winner!

  2. The freedom I am most grateful for is the freedom to share my faith and meet publicly to worship Jesus without fear of imprisonment. Thanks for this chance to win some sweet blog candy!

  3. Awesome prizes!! Love your cards!! Please don't enter me but wanted to say thank you for being part of the hop!

  4. Great prizes! I have to say freedom of choice is what I am grateful for...every day in many ways. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.
    jmniffer at comcast dot net

  5. Jayne, Thank you for a reminder of all that we have to be thankful for on Flag day. The freedom I cherish is the freedom to worship and serve the God of all freedoms. I hope I will never take this freedom for granted.

  6. The last comment was sent by Judy Schwab. I could not figure how to put in my a-mail address, so I figured if I sent this, you would know who sent it.

  7. I am most thankful for my freedom of religion. It is a great country that I am allowed to practice my religion without fear of persecution.

    Carey Rogers
    aka Roscoe's mommy

  8. I am most thankful for freedom of religion and freedom of speech. It is something many people take forgranted but I hope I never do. Thanks for reminding us what this country is all about. :)

  9. I love stamps with words as well so thanks for the opportunity to win these. Love the bright cards as well. I have to agree that my most cherished freedom is the freedom to worship and share Christ. Thanks for encouraging us to think about our freedoms and to share our thoughts.
    pattistamps at hotmail dot com

  10. what great candy, two awesome stamp sets and your great cards! thanks for a chance to win!
    linda patti

  11. Hi Jayne! Love these cards you made - they are just beautiful. I too love sentiment stamps but don't own nearly enough so would love to win these :) I think I am most thankful for my freedom of religion. Christians all over the world are being killed for their religion and I am grateful we are still safe here in the USA. Thanks for the chance to win!

    rebeccadunham at hotmail dot com

  12. I'm not surprised everyone is picking the 1st Amendment. "The 1st Amendment protects the freedom of religion, speech, and the press, as well as the right to assemble and petition the government." I agree.

    The thing that expresses what I am thankful for is the Declaration of Independence; more specifically my unalienable, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

    Thank you for this opportunity to express myself and to win such great prizes!

    nginerd at gmail dot com

  13. Thanks for joining the hop. I am grateful for the freedom that we can all be who and what we want to be.

  14. Wow.. Thank you so much for the chance at this giveaway. I am also a new follower. I am thankful for the freedom of speech. Have a Wonderful day! Come by my blog and see my Flag day -4th of July Tree that I have in my home.

    Shirley Pumpkin

  15. What a delightful event this is. My husband is a decorated Vietnam veteran, so we are grateful for our troops!

  16. Jayne, what a great project! Thanks for joining the Flag Day Giveaway.


  17. I love word and sentiment stamps, too! The freedom that I'm most thankful for is freedom of speech. I am so thankful that I was lucky enough to be born an American, even with all our problems I love my country.

  18. Thanks for the chance to win! I don't have either of these stamp sets, so this is exciting. Love your pretty cards as well.

    I'd have to say that freedom of religion and speech from the 1st Amendment is most important to me, especially with all that is going on in our world.

    kelly underscore wentling at yahoo dot com

  19. I'm very thankful that we live in a country where we are free to worship Jesus, and am grateful for those who have or are serving to protect our country and our freedoms! Thanks for the chance to win:)

  20. Love these stamp sets. Thanks for the chance to win.

  21. Your cards are stunning! I had to add their layouts to my fav ideas book!

    My freedom I most appreciate is my freedom to worship as I see fit. My daughter has served in Iraq and other places where she risked a lot by offering the local people Bibles. It's hard to believe how oppressive other countries still are when it comes to religion.

    Thanks for this fabulous offer!

  22. Jayne-thanks for the tribute to Flag Day. My grandpa always told me the flew the flags because it was his birthday! Pam E

  23. I am thankful for just freedom in general. Freedom my kids can go to what school I choose, freedom to be able to work anywhere I want. The freedom to live in a safe place. Thanks for the chance to win
    krazykcrafters at msn dot com

  24. I am most grateful for the freedom to raise my kids to have opinions that may not be shared by the government or others. They should be able to think and share their ideas wihtout persecution.
    April D
    Marion, IA