Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Into the Groove Workshop Giveaway

The response for my upcoming Micro-Workshop, Into the Groove, has been fabulous! Thank you all so much for your excitement, your encouragement, and to those of you that have signed up already. You are such wonderful friends and followers; I just couldn’t ask for better.

Now, if you don’t already know about Into the Groove, go HERE to read all about it before you read further (just so you’ll have all the details of what it is that you’re registering for in the giveaway.)

Anyway, I know that the workshop doesn’t open until October 18th but I’m so excited about it, that I want to do a giveaway (just like I told y’all I was going to do.)  Now, even if you’ve already registered, don’t worry…this giveaway is still for you so never fear.

Here are the details of this awesome giveaway (if I do say so myself)…if you win the giveaway you win FREE entry into the “Into The Groove” Micro-Workshop (if you’ve already paid, I will refund your pre-payment) AND you win another entry into the workshop to giveaway on your own blog! Yes, not one entry but TWO Entries go to the winner!

How fabulous is that?

Yeah, that’s what I thought, too.

So, here’s how to get your name in the running….

  • First, you have to leave a comment on this blog post and tell me what appeals to you most about the idea of the Micro-Workshop. Be sure to leave your email address in your comment. You can format it name (at) wherever (dot) com to keep the spambots from picking up on it.)

To earn additional entries in the drawing, do any or each of the following (be sure to link each of these back to the original workshop blog post, http://craft-therapy.blogspot.com/2010/09/into-groove-micro-workshop.html) and leave a comment for each one of these that you do…

  1. Tweet about the workshop.
  2. Post to Facebook about the workshop.
  3. Write a blog post about the workshop (and be sure to leave a link to your blog so I can come see what you have to say.)
  4. Put the icon for the workshop on your blog’s sidebar.

It’s as simple as that.  Just spread the word about Into the Groove and leave comments (with your email address on each comment so I can contact you if you win) on this post for each of the ways you spread it and each one of the things you do gives you an entry into the giveaway, giving each of you a possibility of 5 entries!  I will draw a winner for both of the Workshop entries on Friday, October 8th at 8am (I’m an early riser, what can I say?)

So, what are you waiting for…spread the word, y’all.

Thanks so much ahead of time. It’s going to be a great time and I can’t wait to get started.

Peace & Love,


  1. I think this is such a fantastic idea! I stumbled across your site yesterday after browsing Craftster's art journal thread... And you have definitely inspired me to grab my own book and give this art journaling a try!

    As someone who has never tried to do visual journaling, this sounds like a wonderful class. I am a writer, so putting my thoughts into words is never a challenge... But combining it with art, with paints and glue and collage images... It is kind of intimidating. This class sounds like a wonderful encouring space, a way to inspire others to leap into this project without fear.

    To me, getting started seems to be the most challenging part. I am giving this art journal a try for theraputic reasons, and after seeing your blog, I am so excited to get started. I won't be able to sign up for this class, but hopefully you will offer it again in the future!

    - Starchild / Avonelle (Gemini_456 @ yahoo)

  2. wonderful idea!you are so creative!!!!
    i'm looking forward to receiving the journaling supplies from your etsy!!!!!

  3. oh so I so love the idea of mini workshops because I am balancing a bit too much between nanny jobs, full time grad school, and full time internship. but yet I still have the NEED to be creative and make art... so a mini workshop will let me do that and enjoy it without all the overwhelm. plus even $1 sounds expensive these days... so my creating needs to be free too!

  4. Barb, I am sure that when you began the thought process about this workshop you were thinking about working people that are limited in the time they can participate in any class, online or real. That is my dilema and always has been. I end up keeping all of the info, but lose the video instructions later. But because of the day job I can pay for classes. Sigh....vicious circle! Thanx, my friend for thinking 'bout us working folk:)

  5. Well, I just love the micro idea. There always seems to be so much to do in any given day. But I do manage to fit in 15 minutes of art in my journal, etc. So, I think your idea is wonderful. I hope you get loads of people signing up for it. I may blog about this later, and will leave another comment if I do. Thanks. ;-) hgoldsmith@gmail.com

  6. I like the idea of a micro too.. because sometimes those few moments is all I have.. but I know in the end, they add up.. <3

  7. I absolutely love everything about the whole idea of a Micro-Workshop!

    First off, as a stay-at-home homeschooling mom the cost factor is huge. The price of a Micro-Workshop is much more do-able than a full workshop.

    I also like that it's broken down in a more manageable session.

    Thank you so much for an amazing opportunity!

    Hugs & Blessings,
    Anita ♥

  8. I tweeted...to this post
    and to the original post with the description


  9. I posted to Facebook too!


  10. AND...
    I put your icon on my blog. :o)


Thank you so much for taking the time to drop by. I am open to any comments, questions, suggestions, critiques, etc, so lay it on me...
Peace & Love,

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