Frivolous Friday Giveaway: DCWV Premium Stacks

It’s Friday! The Friday after Halloween no less. I think that deserves a prize! Today’s Frivolous Friday giveaway is Premium Stacks from Die Cuts With a View (DCWV). The prize package includes six pads that are 6×6 papers in a variety of paper types. It includes:  Corrugate Neutral, Touch of Foil, Printed Craft, Fiber Natural, Woven Paper, and Handmade.

DCWV FF Giveaway

Are you excited? If you want a chance to win, leave me a comment about your favorite Halloween costume you either saw last night or have worn yourself and you could be randomly selected to win. You must comment by midnight Thursday, November 7 to be entered.


I have two winners to announce. First, the winner of last week’s Frivolous Friday giveaway, the Halloween Mystery Box, is…..Nicole (this Nicole submitted her comment on 10/26/13 at 8:21 am and said “Trick or treat?!?!?! Love Halloween treats and mystery gifts. Thanks and good luck to all !!”)

And we didn’t do a Late & Great blog post this week but the winner of last week’s Technique Tuesday Insta This stamp set is Carmen Lucero.

Congrats to both of you! Have a great rest of the day and enjoy your first weekend in November.

Important contest note: We apologize, but due to increased shipping costs Creating Keepsakes is no longer shipping prizes outside the US. But we definitely don’t want our international winners to walk away empty handed. If your shipping address is outside the US and your comment is selected, you’ll receive a one-year subscription to Creating Keepsakes magazine. If you’re an existing subscriber, your subscription will extend. Thank you for your understanding.
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195 Responses to Frivolous Friday Giveaway: DCWV Premium Stacks

  1. Janis from ID says:

    I was on duty at the crisis pregnancy center on Halloween, but we had trick-or-treaters come ringing our doorbell. The cutest was a little 3 yr old dinosaur who was more interested in the toys we have in the play area than in the candy. :)
    <3 J

  2. Vicki Smith says:

    On TV, I saw a little girl dressed as a big cupcake with her head sticking up through the middle of the cupcake and it was adorable. The icing was done with shreds of paper or material, hard to tell. But it was adorable. This paper collection looks amazing and I would love to win!

  3. Yolanda says:

    I am partial to infants dressed as pumpkins. I would love to try this collection.

  4. Jenny McGee says:

    I saw a cute one, someone dressed up as a Rubik’s Cube. Thanks for a chance.

  5. Yolanda Gonzalez says:

    I love DCWV. Thanks for the opportunity to win new products.

  6. Tammy K says:

    yay!!! Love these!

  7. stacie d says:

    I’d love these! Great packs!

  8. Meredith says:

    Best costume was minnie mouse. Thanks for the chance to win.

  9. Candace says:

    best costume ever had to be my daughter’s bubble lady Gaga costume 3 years ago… the best ever…

  10. Pamela Johnson says:

    It has been years since I dressed up for Halloween

  11. Maureen Zeiner says:

    Most creative costume I saw this Halloween was a couple of my co workers dressed in leggings and long cute socks with hair in pig tails . They handmade shirts that said “go ceiling” . I didn’t get it at first, but then my friend replied , “I’m a ceiling fan”. Definitely a cute idea. Thanks

  12. Patti S. says:

    Always can use more paper. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. miriam says:

    One Purim a friend created a maternity costume by cutting two eyeholes out of a sheet and dressing as a ghost. As she was was walking down the street on they holiday she saw a grown-up Ernie happily whistling to himself. The temptation was too strong and she quitely snuck up behind him and yelled out “BOO!”

  14. Bess says:

    I love costumes, so it’s hard to pick favs, but my fav to wear would be a medusa wig that my sister and I created out of fake rubber snakes and hair extensions. What was great about it was the versatility, it could go with day wear or very costumey snakey clothes and still get the point across – I even wore it to the office!

  15. madge mcculloch says:

    Love dcwv, would love to win this

  16. Robin Buchholz says:

    My favorite was when my family all dressed up as Dr Seuss characters, everyone loved it!

  17. Wendy Orme says:

    My cute niece dressed her 3 month old baby boy as a football, the older brother was a football player and the two sisters were the cheerleaders.

  18. Donna Nuce says:

    My all time favorite Halloween costume was the Xena the Warrior Princess costume I made for my daughter when she was in 5th grade. It rocked. Thanks fir a chance to win!

  19. Angel S. says:

    My favorite was my son’s! He made his own Minecraft costume!

  20. lori hasler says:

    The cutiest was a little girl dressed as a pavlova complete with strawberries

  21. eunice says:

    Best costume I saw was someone dressed as a little, old lady in housedress, bedroom slippers, and big purse with a rolling pin inside! :)

  22. Melinda Wilson says:

    The cutest costume I saw was our school principle and assistant principle. The dressed up the like the matching Spartan cheerleaders from Saturday Night Live . . . and even did the cheers!

  23. Brandy says:

    These would all be a nice addition, especially the corrugated. Love texture…

  24. Sarah Goodwin says:

    The best costume I saw was my 18month old niece dressed as a pirate, complete with the hat! She was so cute x

  25. jengd says:

    I saw two boys dressed as the Lone Ranger and Tonto. While I haven’t seen the latest movie, the makeup on Tonto was a perfect match for Johnny Depp’s- very impressive job by someone.

  26. Cathy Miller says:

    Do I dare say that with the monsoon rain and wind as the evening went on it was getting difficult to tell some of the outfits that were weighed down by the rain? The scariest costume was a butcher gone bad! It was scary! Loved my grandson’s costume – he is 9 months and was a cute little monster!

  27. Karen Lingel says:

    Always nice to play with fancy paper. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  28. Deb Kramer says:

    Awesome paper

  29. Pamela J says:

    my favorite costume was my adorable son dressed as Tigger (of course)

  30. Katie B. says:

    I went as a ‘glow worm’ when I was in elementary school. These paper packs sound awesome. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Katie B.

  31. CarolA says:

    I was a black and white spotted cow. Very fun!

  32. Beth W says:

    My favorite was the year I dressed as Miss Piggy for work!

  33. Debbie W says:

    My favorite was the year my daughter went as a bag lady – complete with an old shopping cart full of her ‘possessions’.

  34. Joan says:

    My favorite cosutme this year was a little girl dressed as a dalmation. So Cute!

  35. Lee says:

    This year my favorite costume was Harry Potter (a little boy) and his father was Snape!

  36. karenladd says:

    I am just drooling over those 6×6 paper pads from DCWV!! Love using them for cards! And my favorite costume of all time was one I had as a child when my mom hand crafted a butterfly costume for me out of wire coat hangers and colored tissue paper! What she went through to make it boggles my mind!

  37. April W says:

    Mine was a super cute fashionista vampire (LOL) which was my daughter!
    – April W

  38. shartl says:

    Wow what a giveaway! I love all those DCWV paper pads as I am a card maker and make cards for every occasion! Thanks for the chance to win!

  39. shartl says:

    Whoops, forgot to tell my favorite Halloween costume but that would be my daughter this year who was a pretty purple fairy!!

  40. Mayla M says:

    My favorite costume from Halloween was a little girl with an Ariel costume. She had a locket that sang Ariel’s song for her. Super cute!

  41. Jacqueline Y Frisbie says:

    My favorite costume that I wore was the one of “Dr. Cutter” that my mom made for me out of old white sheets. I had an operating room Dr.’s scrub outfit on and she even made the skull cap they wear in surgery and I carried an old brown zip school notebook in hand and a rubber knife in my other hand. I won the contest at school for my costume and I was so happy. I was only about 3rd or 4th grade. She also made me an indian princess one year out of old sheets and died them brown like hides, fringed the sleeves and hem and sewed beads on the dress. She made moccasins that went over my shoe tops and a headband. I won that year also. My mom was a great seamstress. She died this past December.

  42. Donna Sue says:

    My costume was a gold lame I Dream of Jeannie outfit that I made myself. I even won a prize at a dance one year.

  43. Carmen says:

    I’m not prejudice at all :) … my favorite was my daughter’s princess costume.

  44. Irma says:

    As an immigrant that grew up not celebrating Halloween, my first Halloween happened when I was 10 years old… and I dressed up as an Acrobat… used my leotard and tights and used a towel for my cape… I was in HEAVEN! That memory still makes me smile… and having seen my niece and nephews over the years, the toddler costumes are super cute… and cuddly, like my niece dressed as a mini princess or my godson dressed like a dinosaur… super cute.

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