Frivolous Friday: Harmonie Stamps and Paper!

Joannie McBride, online editor

Happy Friday!

I’m delighted to be stopping by this afternoon to do a little giveaway!

One winner will be randomly selected to receive a selection of papers, stamps, and stickers from the La Bangquise line from Harmonie.

Win winter product from Harmonie!

Just leave a comment here by 5:00 PM (MST) Friday, March 1, 2013 and share a favorite winter memory with us.


Congratulations to our winner!

Carol Lou says:I remember the first year we moved into our house. My son was about 10 years old. When it snowed outside for the first time, he and my husband bundled up to make a huge snowman. What stuck out about that particular snowman was that as they rolled the giant snowballs, the snow had dead grass clippings in it. The finished snowman was “hairy” and absolutely perfect that way! :) Good times that I will forever miss.

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Have a wonderful weekend!

-Joannie

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147 Responses to Frivolous Friday: Harmonie Stamps and Paper!

  1. Barbie says:

    My son loved to play super hero SNOW BOY, so when we went to the snow pretended to snow boy in the snow!.

  2. SUE KUJAWA says:

    We live 1/2 block from a river that freezes. Our house was the closest so after playing hockey for hours, all my son’s friends would come over to warm up, get something to eat, and dry their clothes. I really miss those days.

  3. Stephanie DiSabato says:

    A favorite winter memory was 2 years ago we had snow that stuck-in Vegas very rare-and my son went in the spa in the midst of the snow. Nothing stops him!

  4. Karen P says:

    Last winter we have an ice storm, covering everything with a couple inches of ice. All schools, businesses, etc., were shut down for the day. My daughter and I stayed in our cozy PJ’s all day and watched the first season of Downton Abbey. Such a fun way to spend a cold, icy day :)

  5. Cathy Smith says:

    Scrapping in the bright winter sun in front of my picture window. :-) Perfect way to enjoy the snow!

  6. allimci says:

    When the flowering cherry tree blooms…the FIRST sign of early early early spring on the whole street…winter is about done! I despise winter.

  7. Brenda says:

    My favorite thing about winter is enjoying hot drinks and warm jammies in front of a fire!

  8. Denise says:

    Love skiing! Went last week with the whole family! So fun! Love the little bears!

  9. Stephanie says:

    I am a teacher. So when we have snow days together my kids and I go outside to play for a little while. Then we have a picnic in our dining room with the lunches we had already packed the night before!

  10. Carmen says:

    This weekend was pretty special – my daughter and I went out and played in the snow and I pulled her around on the sled.

  11. Patti Bailey says:

    I love the snow, these supplies would work great on pictures with my 3 year old granddaughter learning to make her first snow angels.

  12. Kelli Smith says:

    A favorite winter memory of mine was when the owner of a company I was working at sent a company wide email inviting all the employees to join him outside for a work time snowball fight, it was a blast.

  13. eunice says:

    How CUTE are these?!! :)

  14. Kim H says:

    love the polar bears lol this winter has my favorite memory, the first snowfall my daughter got to see and a first snowman. thanks for the chance to win.

  15. Brenda B. says:

    My favorite winter memory: my brothers and sisters and I taking advantage of the freshly fallen snow to create snow sculptures in front of our house.

  16. Cathy M. says:

    Snowy goodness!! Looks like a lot of FUN!

  17. Jeanne Kouyeas says:

    What a fun set to play with – really like those stamps with all the swirlies. Super fun!

  18. Celeste B. says:

    My favorite winter memory was visiting the polar bears in Churchill, Canada.

  19. Tigerberry says:

    The only thing I like about winter is seeing the beautiful snow flakes falling, the white on the trees and ground and a good book to read while staying home and inside.

  20. SandyP says:

    These are absolutely gorgeous. Love the paper and stamps!!

    One of my favorite winter memories is getting my first car. My dad took me into an empty parking lot after the first big snow, he spun the steering wheel while I was driving to made sure I could get out of a skid on ice. I can’t tell you how many times that has helped me through the years. Thanks dad… you are the best!

  21. Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) says:

    OH these are so pretty. Wintery memory….hmmmm well I love seeing the snow on the tree’s and mountains. We didnt see much of nothing this year though….and that is about what I like. The beauty it brings. So I am thinking back. A favorite memory for me would be when My son and I went out to California and we made a snowman. (something that is hard to do out here where I live. The snow is not very good for packing together.) He had a blast with playing in the snow and being able to roll out a snow man in no time at all. His smile was priceless.

  22. Pamela J says:

    favorite winter memory… as a kid it was snow days… as a mother, not so much anymore

  23. Carol B says:

    I have very fond memories of a ski trip I took as a teenager with my church youth group, good times!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

  24. My favorite winter memory was taking my son to the snow for the first time at age 18 months. The look of wonder on his face was absolutely perfect.

  25. Carla Hundley says:

    A fave winter event would be when my husband and I
    first went cross-country skiing. Out in the wilds with
    15 feet deep snow and nice and sunny! Lovely time.
    Carla from Utah

  26. When my daughters were much younger we took sleds and round tobaggans to my sister’s house who lived on the corner of the farm where we all grew up. We spent hours going down the snow covered hills, or falling off into the snow. I smile every time I see the photos my sister took of us.

  27. Jan says:

    My favorite winter memory is of getting snowed into our house for 3 days when I was a child. From a child’s perspective, it was magical:)

  28. Liliana says:

    My favorite winter memories are those having to do with making snowmen. So much fun!

  29. Jean Marmo says:

    My 29 year old daughter lives in Phoenix but was back in Mi for a weekend in Feb. Love to watch her playing in the snow. She is just like a little kid!

  30. Kirsten says:

    Cute polar bears!

  31. Barbara says:

    Each year I love watching my little dog, Hurley, play in the snow! He leaps like a bunny through the snow and shakes off what gets in his fur. I have taken lots of pictures of him doing this and they always make me smile!

  32. BunnyD says:

    My favourite memories are of family toboggan expeditions out to hill on a farm. Dad would ask the farmer permission for us to play on his land and haul out our huge wooden three man toboggan. We would spend hours hauling it up the hill for a thrilling, sometimes spilling, ride to the bottom.

  33. Sandy says:

    Great selection of winter scrapping products. Beautiful as fresh fallen snow. Favorite memory was going sledding with my six siblings down the hill aross the street from our house, then getting hot chocolate and making popcorn over the flames in the fireplace in an old fashioned wire basket. Popping corn that way took FOREVER!

  34. Vicki Wilson says:

    My favorite thing about winter was ice skating as a child and hot chocolate now that I’m grandma.

  35. {vicki} says:

    My favorite winter memory was my son’s 1st snow!!!!!!!!!!!
    He loved it and still does 13 years later!

  36. Renee De Risio says:

    All the neighborhood kids making snow angels at the same time! The result was absolutely beautiful!!!

  37. Susan says:

    When I was young (which is longer ago than I care to admit) and we had a snow day, I ;oved getting bundled up and playing outside in the snow – making snowmen, sledding down the hill next to us or making an igloo. Then coming inside and having hot cocoa.

  38. Annie says:

    My favorite winter memories are sledding followed by hot chocolate in a warm house, looking outside at a winter wonderland!

  39. Wendi Gottsegen says:

    When I was about 14 I was invited to attend a “Winter Ball” with a long time boy who lived in my town in Massachusetts but was now in a private school in Maine. My mother and the boy’s mother drove me there and my dad and his dad were supposed to pick me up by 1:00 Pm Sunday afternoon. That Sunday there was a major snowstorm that the dads drove through. They did manage to make it to the school by 3:30 PM and insisted that we were going straight home. Well by the time we made it back to our area it was already 7PM, hours later than empected. All the way home the five lane highway kept getting smaller and smaller and we could see all these cars being abandoned wherever they got stuck. People were picking up strangers and taking them to the next exit where they could get help. Our luck fizzled, our car slid into a snowbank and was covered with snow. It was difficult to open the car door. When I got out of the car the snow was waist deep. Some nice man gave us a lift but dropped dad and me about a half mile from home. The walk was an easy one, I did it daily to catch the school bus. But this day it was hard. the snow was waist deep and I wasn’t really prepared to attempt this walk. Dad practically pulled me into out neighborhood. We stopped at a friend’s home where we were given hot cocoa! Dad called home and let mom we would be there soon. Just as we thawed out it was time to brave the storm again. All the way home I begged my father to leave me but I survived! Once home my mom gave me dad hell for even attempting the drive home. People did die in that storm, they froze to death trying to get to help. In the end when the storm ended we had almost three feet of snow!

  40. Donna H. says:

    I can still remember cold, snowy winters in my home town (up in the Allegheny Mountain ridge), when we would sit on those saucer sleds with a car tire over us (like a safety ring) and slide down stretches of a mountain. We would bounce safely off trees thanks to the tires, and bounce down the hill like we were in a pinball machine – it was the best fun ever!

  41. Carol Lou says:

    I remember the first year we moved into our house. My son was about 10 years old. When it snowed outside for the first time, he and my husband bundled up to make a huge snowman. What stuck out about that particular snowman was that as they rolled the giant snowballs, the snow had dead grass clippings in it. The finished snowman was “hairy” and absolutely perfect that way! :) Good times that I will forever miss.

  42. Mel H says:

    Sledding on my green disk sled down the big hill behind the house (thankfully without the Clark Griswold lubricant on it like Christmas Vacation!)

  43. Jacqueline says:

    OMG, those winter stamps are just adorable! Having just moved to North America in 2011, my favorite winter memory has to be my very first winter, when I tobogganed with my kids on the neighborhood slope. It was as much fun as I’d imagined!!!

  44. Natasha Poteraj says:

    Breaking off icicles from buildings in the nearby mountains was really fun. I live in southern California, so we don’t have snow.

  45. Sharon Gullikson says:

    I loved going down a hill of snow when I was about 5 months pregnant. It was scary but fun.

  46. Attorney says:

    Ahhh, it has to be memories of snow!

  47. vps says:

    This post is great. I realy love it!

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