Late Night Stampers Treasure Hunt Spring 2013

Would you like to go on a treasure hunt and have a chance of winning a $150.00 shopping spree with Stampin Up.  It is so easy to play. The hunt starts March 1 and runs through May 12. You visit blogs and look for clues. When you have 50 clues email them to You will need to email the blog name and the clue for each one you found. Then your name will be entered into a drawing for the shopping spree. So go blog surfing looking for this picture. Don’t worry I have the list of participating blogs posted below.


Nana Stamping Room clue is Paper Trimmer

Paper Trinner

Please visit the following blogs and look around find some great samples and a clue.  Come back often as the list of blogs will grow. The easiest way to know when I post more blogs is to follow my blog and then you will know when I post new ones.

You have from March 1st until May 12th at Midnight PST to collect the clues.  Contest participants who send in their entries by this time will be entered into a drawing for $150 of Stampin’ Up! product.

Treasure Hunt Participants 2013

 Angela Carter                                
Lisa Kmiec                                      
Jane Hignite                                  
Deborah Smart                            
Penny Hanuszak                          
Kimberely Morris                       
Trish Cortez                                
Beth Robinson                           
Rhonda Gabriele                      
Jackie Watson                          
Cynthia Millian                        
June Reister                             
Debbie Broughton                  
Joni Metras                              
Laurie Reaume                       
Sherrill Graff                            
Nicole  Tugrul                          
Shelly Peck                               
Megin  Gallagher                    
Marcee Rodgers                      
Karen Philipp                           
Kris Sobolik                               
Heidi Weaver                           
Carolyn Bennett                    
Betty-Ann Manghi                  
Jan Schoenfeld                       
Glenda Mollet                         
Kat Zariengo                            
Katherine Roberts                  
More blog links will be added to this list as time goes on check back each week for more
Added March 4
Bev Farmer

Tanya Stottlemire
Ligeia Baird 
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12 Responses to Late Night Stampers Treasure Hunt Spring 2013

  1. Brenda Bishop says:

    I enjoyed looking at your samples, they are all great! I especially love the cards in a flash idea. Thanks for participating and sharing with us. Brenda

  2. Kris says:

    Love your owl cards! I am just browsing the other treasure hunt bloggers sites 🙂 Have a great day!!

  3. Mynnette :) says:

    Thanks for the clue! LOVE your awesome butterfly cards further up! HUGS and happy stamping! 🙂

  4. Jennifer Hovermale says:

    I have enjoyed browsing your blog. I liked the zippy straw technique and 8 cards in a flash. I plan to also check out Connie Stewart’s blog. The card designs are very pretty; I like how you incorporated two techniques on one card! What is your previous blogs website’s address?

  5. Jennifer Hovermale says:

    BTW, thanks for the clue.

  6. debsmart says:

    Hi Debbie! I love your blog – it’s so bright & cheerful!
    I just wanted to stop by and say ‘Thank You!’, for being part of the LNS Treasure Hunt. It’s because of wonderful demo’s like you, the Hunt is a success, and fun for our customers.
    Thanks again,
    Deborah at

  7. Heather Hopson says:

    Debbie, What beautiful cards! I especially love “Lovely as a tree” What a wonderful stamp set. Timeless. Thank you for the clue.
    Heather Hopson, Vernon, BC Canada

  8. lisa808 says:

    Thanks for the fun hop. I just sent you my list.

  9. Bev Farmer says:

    Stopping by on the Treasure Hunt. Loved your “Favorites Class” cards. Are they done with a brayer or sponges?
    Bev Farmer

    • rmbdlb says:

      We did them with a sponge. I found I could get a smoother look with a sponge plus it is easier in a class setting not to have to clean the brayer between colors.

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