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Monday, September 17, 2007

Why Yes, There Is More Blog Candy!!

Ok, it's really not more, it's a second chance. The winner didn't come forward on the 400+ posts.

SO let's have some fun with this. Please remember this is a random drawing, the following is just for fun!

I will be offering that set up for bid!! LOL What am I bid for this lovely set? I already have a first born and an arm and a leg!! LOL Grandma's teeth don't count, it must be something that belongs to you!!! Oh and no husbands one husband is enough!!! LOL Used people don't sell very well anyway!!! Only seriously silly bidders please!!! LOL
Remember a random drawing will be held to pick the winner. And please don't send me the item you bid!!!! LOL

As always, have fun with this!

I will draw a name on Wednesday evening September 19th.

Thanks for playing along. Actually I should say thanks for humoring me. I'm sure you're drawing the conclusion that I really need to get a life!!!! :o)

80 comments:

glittergaljanet said...

Hey! I love your blog and have never even posted anything before. How's it feel to be the first? :o) Thanks for the awesome card samples! I'm not totally casing, but close!!
Janet L.

Andrea M said...

I have a potato chip that looks a lot like... a potato chip! Hee hee.

Pat S. said...

Hmmmm....how to humor you?

How 'bout enough CHOCOLATE to turn Mt. Everest into a hot fudge sundae!

KT said...

OK - I have the perfect thing for this! How about all my mismatched Tupperware and Gladware lids that don't have a bottom to match. I have a nice collection that is yours for the taking! Thanks for starting my Monday with a smile ;-)

CAKVD said...

I bid a singing toilet seat!! He he!
Cheryl KVD

Krisstee said...

I would like to offer you a large litter of dust bunnies! I have no idea why these things mass produce like they do..........LOL.Hmmmmmm.Maybe that's where they got the name "dust bunnies". Silly me!

jodene said...

I bid all those things sitting in the back of my craft room that I think maybe someday I will get around to using. Thanks for the chance!!

loves2stamp said...

I have an empty Snickers wrapper...boy was it good! :)

rebecca said...

I will make it easy on me and give you all the stuff I have piled up to go to donation sites. You are more than likely to find something in there you can use. I'll throw in the boxes for free! I also have some frost from the freezer I'm defrosting that I'd gladly give you, as well as a box of cake mix I found in the cupboard with an expiration date of 1997! Thanks for the fun play-along!

Cathy said...

This is to much fun. What do I have up for bids..um..How how some empty glitter bottles, ok they aren't total empty, there's some stuck to the sides of the bottles. Thanks for a fun chance for this cute set of stamps.
cmeyers@hughes.net

Angel Wilde said...

I Could collect my hubby's fuzz from his belly button and save it to bid. By the end of the week, I am sure I'd have an ounce. LOL OR there are many Georgia pines in our backyard, I could give you pinecones! I love the fun we always have at Wanda's place!

doverdi said...

Hmmmm! This is a tough one. I have a dog that's a Husky Collie mix & is a walking furball. I won't send you the dog, but I can send you enough furballs to make a gorgeous sweater. lol
Thanks for a chance to win.

Momsnack said...

How about a pint carton of Ben & Jerry's Phish Food (empty of course)
NancyS (momsnack)

cndymkr said...

Hmm, what to offer? Ok, what about a table? It has three of its four legs and as long as you never use it - it's perfect. I looks like new! Now don't get jealous, you too could own one just like it. All you need is a few boys who want to see how much weight it will hold.

Pam Clay said...

Woohoo! After working in the yard today, I bid all the grass clippings and leaves that we raked up. They're all yours, hon! Thanks for the chance at the sweets again.

ckemling said...

Thanks for the inspiration, can't imagine someone not checking back! Second chances are great. I do have a couple loads of dirty laundry piled up, distracting me from stamping, if I could send it to you, I could freely stamp!

Tracy said...

teehee what a funny way to start my afternoon! I would like to put my old neon green helmet on the table for bidding! Yes I was born in 1980! the neon era!

Betty said...

I would bid my my homemade chocolate chip cookies!! Thanks for a chance to win some blog candy!

Shelli said...

LOL, what fun! I bid everything under my 16 year old sons bed. Last time I braved the task to help him clean up I found 3 partially eaten sandwiches, a container of peanut butter 3/4 full, 23 pens and pencils (none which actually could be used to write with), 31 filthy socks, a pair of boxer briefs, 3 shoes (all different) 12 candy bar wrappers, 7 swiss cake wrappers, 1 empty 2 liter soda bottle, a frozen pizza (which was no longer frozen) 13 empty soda cans, a pillow and lots of cat hair. Since that was 2 months ago, there is no telling how much more will be found now!

HeyHeyPaula said...

How about some dryer lint?! You could try it as an embellishment!

Jen said...

Okay so when I saw this I had to get in on the crazy bidding. I been cleaning the house so I have for you 3 mismatched socks that don't have mates, 4 pillow cases (as I realized I had been collecting a bunch of them) and a pair of pants that are pinned to hem, but I never got around to it and now the pants are too small.

Linda SS said...

Looks like I'll never fit in my size 8 clothes again so I don't know why I've hung on to them. They are all yours:)

Lorri said...

I'll take you to Caribou and we can talk stamping over a latte!

Mary Anne in NJ said...

Great blog..and great fun! I'll gladly trade an unidentified object that I found in the back of my freezer..I'm sure it was something good at one time...now its a science project!

Peggy S. from Ohio said...

WooHoo! A second chance for goodies! I'll bid the items sitting on my ironing board waiting patiently to be ironed and put away! Maybe if that's not to your liking(he, he) you would rather have the grocery lits from my father(age 89) or my MIL (age96)! Lord knows I have plenty! They love to send me to the store!Thanks for the Chance!

Anonymous said...

I would like to bid my dog's favorite toy...he will probably dislike me, but hey, I MUST have more stamps!!! I could also offer you some goose jerky...my husband is cooking up a batch as we speak. Anyhow, thanks much for the chance and I enjoy checking out your blog daily as you are very loyal about posting everyday.
Thanks Again!!
Debbie J.

Anonymous said...

I have one of those annoying singing toilet roll holders that sings jingle bells and merry Christmas and drives me crazy. Want it?

Beckie said...

ooo the bids are getting pretty high but I'll give it a try. I will bid all the spiders in my attic. heehee....

Susiestampr said...

What to bid?? I have rooms of uninked stamps that were bought because I knew I would use them someday...thanks for a chance to snag a darlin' stamp set..

dasimonds said...

These comments are too funny! I have enjoyed reading them all. I don't think that I can out-bid any of these hmmmmmmm. I love baking, so I'm trying to think of something nice...
Love your blog...Thanks for that 2nd chance Blog Candy.

Jan Scholl said...

I have a dog who thinks he has to watch my every move in case I need him. I cant even go toidy without company anymore. Or take out the garbage or wash the clothes. Its enough that I am seriously thinking of valium-for me!

Jana Weaver said...

One very dirty rented house complete with cheap Ikea furniture, but not including all the crafting supplies! Oh...and the house is in Germany! :-)

Fun contest!

Erica Hettwer said...

I am offering an amazing, one of a kind, awe-inspiring, huge chunk of concrete from our old front porch. Completely unusable and huge, it can be all yours!!! For the measly price of BLOG CANDY!!!

Erica
~melegs
:D

StampOwl said...

hehehe you always have such fun blog candy and the ideas you come up with for us to earn it is ingenious!

hmmmm so now what can I bid I have the packaging from some cutter bee piercing bugs a friend sent me recently will that do ;)

Shellyp said...

How about....(drum roll!!!) my darling husband's barbershop quartet singing to you. I bet know offers you that!!

Anonymous said...

Ok, I have a hula hoop left from 50's, a set of pots and pans used once (I craft a lot), a Weight Watcher's point counter (that "I'll start Monday" never came), 1/2 bottle of "Save the Baby" left from my first child (she is going to be 38 this year)and finally to sweeten the pot, a bag of bread twist ties I swear will come in handy some day!

Pandessa

Nikki said...

Awesome blog candy Wanda! I think I'd like to put all my weeds up for bid from my garden. These are home grown with love, fresh with roots and slugs attached. The best weeds grown in Fort Benning GA! ROFL! {smiles}

Kathy Hamrick said...

Well, I just finished sweeping the house and its time to dump the bag - so guess who can have it - I'm sure there will be some ribbon scraps, brads and eyelets that show up in there!

Rochelle/ stamp-chick said...

I'd like to offer the link to the most terrific blog: My Creative Corner. It's a blog I read religously, I know you'll love it!

Mary Campbell said...

Love the blog and the chance to win stamps. I also love all the comments. I had to read them all. Too funny. Since I am working on balancing the books right now I can send you all my Wal-Mart receipts. I have a large stack. You could shred them and make confetti or to put in gift bags. I have lots.

Lori said...

Boy do I have the thing for you...the entire contents of my garage! WOohoo! Need to get that thing cleaned out and this just might be the easiest way. :)

Mental Pausing Crafter said...

What fun bids you have!!!! Good thing it will be random because will all the AMAZING bids you could NEVER pick! My bid is not nearly as cool as these others but I must bid! I'll place on the table all the receipts in my purse, all the lose change in the bottom of my purse (at one time that was almost $10 worth), all the to do notes in my purse AND all the items in the back of the van that should have been taken into the house MONTHS ago. This includes but is not limited to, 30 moving boxes, cross-stitch kits that were on sale, books, the girls own "stamping boxes." Thanks for the fun today!!!

jmniffer said...

After long thought I offer up the three bugs in my freezer that I caught with my own two hands. They are for my nephews science project...but for blog candy he can go catch more himself!

Dorothy said...

How about what's left in the bottle of my sunscreen, sand included? I'll also throw in my beat up beach flip flops that have tar on the bottom.

Love your site - look forward to your e-mail updates every day!

Thanks for sharing all your wonderful creations!

Dorothy

Sara Paschal said...

This is fun, I have a new kitty, (I know how you love your cats). She likes to climb curtains and swing on window screens she could generate lots of crafting cash at a circus wanna trade?

Donna said...

lol-cute set as a giveaway! congrats on the success of your blog...glad I've found it. What to bid...not sure if I'm as creative as the others...how about a great card made with the set if I win it as a 'thank you'?

Wackie said...

How about a bag of stuff that I remove every morning from the cat boxes (from 7 cats mind you). Just kidding - love your blog. Jackie

Rosella said...

All these bids are so unusual and funny! Don't think I can outdo them. So, since it is my bday today, I'll bid that. You can have my bday.

Cheri said...

What a fun way to give away blog candy!! Let's see. . . I bid a jar of my fresh, homemade, canned tomato sauce with fresh tomatoes, basil and Walla Walla onions from my garden! Yumm!

stampin chick said...

I bid all of my families lonely missing socks. I have half a drawer filled with socks that are missing their mates. I would gladly give those to you for a chance to win the blog candy!! Thanks for the second chance.

Stacey F.

dd2njoy said...

How about my stailed ritz crackers,cookies,melba toast and other stuff hubby makes me buy but never eats them...so it's either I send them to you or to the garbage.

CHARLOTTE said...

I'll bid all the dust in my house cuz I'm either too lazy to clean the house or busy stamping.

Kim Kowal said...

Hmmm, I have a piece of chocolate cake my husband baked. It is really good, yummy. I love your blog, thanks for the inspiration.

Debby said...

Second chances I always love a second chance. Hmmm, how about the toe jam between the kid's toes?

AngieW said...

I have a collection of Sonic Route 44 cups complete with lids and straws and just for good measure I will throw in some used dryer sheets. (They still smell really good) :)
Angie
Awaren6@comcast.net

janet allen said...

I have a flamingo yard ornament that needs a new home. Wanna trade? I like the stamp set!

Just Peggy said...

I bid all my paper bags from SuperTarget. I know you are envious of my large collection, Wanda!

stampin_melissa said...

Hmmmm, something that belongs to me. . . . . My first thought was my DS, but you said you already have a first born. *sigh* Someone else already offered up her dust bunnies. Well, I just scoured the shower so I don't have any more *uhhemmm* (whatever that crude is that I wish would stay away!) Here's a little something, Kaboom works better than scrubbing bubbles! ;)

Pat S. said...

Hmmmmm...I see I am going to have to up the ante :)

I can send you enough cat hair, fresh out of the vacuum, to stuff a pillow. Can't you just imagine laying your head down on squeezibly soft kitty fur...it's enough to make you purr :)

If they (I have 2 kittys) hack up a furball or two, I will throw them in too (the furballs, not the kittys)!

scfranson said...

Great blog! I can bid 27 dirty diapers a week, left over vegetables and lots of cat hair.
Claudia

stampin chick said...

Hello--
I have a great bid. I will give you the half drawer full of socks. They are very lonely and need good matches. From adult to childs. Maybe you could even use them to make sock puppets. LOL

Thanks for having a second chance, Stacey F.

Candisue said...

I bid the stuff that I sucked up in the vacuum. It should smell great as I add a Hawaiian powder to the carpet before I vacuumed. I also have left over tea bags and a great big pile of Dirty Laundry. Do I win? Thanks for the blog candy, My DK are over my shoulder reading all of this too.

Oh how about my DD fingernail clippings?

karrin said...

Oh lets see, how about...a weeks worth of laundry!

Wendy said...

I would love to bid my family's collection of toys from kids' meals. These are all recent offerings; everything is from July 2007 or later.

*We have the mini toys from Wendy's (rock'em sock'em robots, mini-Uno, toss across, and one other whose name I can't remember.

*McDonald's recent Cartoon Network series (Squirrel Boy, Wilt from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, etc.)

*Most of Burger King's series from the Simpsons (Homer, Bart on skateboard, Lisa, Marge. They all say something, especially when you try to slip them into the trash).

*Back to Wendy's, which is currently offering Scooby Doo toys. So far we have the Mystery Machine and two Scooby mini-notebooks covered in fake dog fur. I can probably get two more by the time the contest closes.

Sorry this is so long; I just wanted you to have an accurate picture of all that is included in this collection.

charlene.herter said...

Hmmmmm... what to trade, what to trade?? I have a kitten named Peaches that I think I could part with. She likes to chew on shoes, hands, ears, noses, toes and pretty much anything that moves. She loves to climb up pant legs to get up to the counter to see what you are doing - very curious little creature. I'm glad you don't really want the actual trade cause I kind of like her! Thanks for the fun!

Janet said...

OK, let's see.... Oh I know, I have 142 soccer players I can give you, but I need them back every Saturday!!!

Janet B

PS Great idea for all those "happy meal" toys: I keep them throughout the year (unopened) and put them in the christmas shoebox for Samaritan's Purse-I also put other stuff as well. Just thought I'd share.

nettystamps said...

Let's see....what to bid? It will be SOOOOO hard to part with but I will jump in with both feet and bid my never ending TO-DO list... Just let me know if I win and I will get it right off to you....LOL

PS love the stamp set up for grabs...

anette648@yahoo.com

foodpartyfun said...

Wow...so many wonderful things to compete against. I am thinking that the contents of my recycle bin surely holds some treasures that could be turned into altered papercrafts. I am sure it contains some assorted junk mail (designer paper), cereal boxes (chipboard), tin cans of assorted sizes (who can't use another decorated pencil container?) and glass bottles...hmmm, I am thinking candy jars.

Pat

Pat

Anonymous said...

I read your blog all the time, (love your projects) but this is my first time leaving a comment. I'll bid my hard wood floors. I spent all day sweeping and mopping them for a stamping party I'm having only to walk back and forth making dinner and find out I had dirty feet. All that work for nothing. Michelle :O)

bluemoon said...

Well, for such a pretty my dear...(wicked chuckle), ... Instead of bidding you all this gross stuff I am reading, blechy!! I would love to bid you some good stuff!!! How about a bunch of chocolate and a treadmill to offset the chocolate (wink - yes it is working), along with some pretty ribbon and whatever else I can find... :) Have a great day, lots of fun, thank you. Enjoy your blog. newbie blogger here.

Anonymous said...

I bid you the best of everything :)

Alison

Stamp4hobby said...

I am bidding with a very ugly piece of jewelry. It is a lamp post with holly and snow on it. It would be a great conversation piece at a holiday party; ;)

Katydid said...

I have a croissant rolling/cutting tool that I just had to have, but have never used and don't expect to. It's just such a nifty tool and has made 2 or 3 moves with me. For this, though, I'd be willing to part with it. I'm getting a huge laugh from the bids.

Anonymous said...

I'll see that toe jamm and raise you two M & M's found under the couch from sometime in the summer & a quarter piece of S'mores' Pop Tart found in the recliner pluuuuus, one sippy cup with black stuff in the lid that was left in the grandkids bedroom and just now discovered after they have left from being here in the summer...Lord only knows how long it has been back there between the bunkbed and the wall!!! Glad I got in on this candy bidding. And to think I didn't want to spend the afternoon reading all the blogs I have waiting for me to catch up on!!! Good luck to the highest bidder!! lol

Anonymous said...

uhoh--- that last comment was from me Barb S. I forgot to add my name.

flygirlual said...

well the whole family wants to get in on the action so we took up a collection!!So I bid a scathing look from one teenager, a plea for spending cash from one college student, a missing "thank you for spending your life savings on a wedding just for me mom" from thoe one daughter out of the house, a night of harmonic snoring from loving hubby, a tad of doggie drool from the pup and from me, a BIG thank you for a wonderfuly entertaining blog!!!

Jules said...

You ave really clever cards. They are wonderful. I love blog candy. I just discovered your blog. It is great. Thanks,

Jules said...

I have a "Hot Pocket" sleve, only slightly used. LOL Thanks for the laugh.

melissa shaw said...

Since I work at an urgent care center, I offer you a year's supply of gauze for those cute mummy cards. I'll even throw in a few tongue depressors!

Cheryl said...

Just had a few minutes to check out some of the blogs I have bookmarked and saw your blog candy. Today's my birthday so it would be a great present if I won the blog candy!