Win Craft Goodies from Stampin’ Up! in this Easter Giveaway!

You crafty lot are going to love this. Papercraft company Stampin’ Up! has offered one lucky Cosmic Kick reader the chance to win a beautiful Watercolour Wishes Card Kit for Easter! Stampin’ Up! make it so easy to create your own beautiful greetings cards. Everything you need to get started is in the box (check out the contents list below). The designs, colours and fonts are perfect for all occasions year round. Having a kit tucked away means you’ll always have a fun and unique card to hand when needed.

If you’d rather spend your Easter holiday chilled out at the craft table than gorging on Easter Eggs (why not both?) then read on to find out how you could win!

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Win Craft Goodies from Stampin’ Up!

One lucky winner will receive a Watercolour Wishes kit from Stampin’ Up! The kit includes supplies for 20 unique cards in 3 sizes and an exclusive stamp set. Make one when you need it, or make them all and use them later.

The Watercolour Wishes kit includes:

* 20 cards total
* Folded card sizes: 4″ x 4″, 3-1/2″ x 5″, 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″
* 12-piece photopolymer stamp set
* 20 card bases Die-cut accents
* Cardstock flag stickers
* Night of Navy and Watermelon Wonder Classic Stampin’ Spots
* Washi tape
* Giftable Kraft box
* 50 sequins
* Wood die cuts
* Stampin’ Dimensionals
* Acrylic stamp block

The kit retails at £31.50 and can be found here.

You can see the kit in all of it’s glory here:

All you need to do is fill out the Rafflecopter form and tell me:

If you could send a Stampin’ Up! card to anyone – real or fictional, alive or departed – who would it be and what would you write?

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Prize – 1x Stampin’ Up! Watercolour Wishes set.
Winner picked at random via Rafflecopter .
Open to UK residents only this time (sorry!)
Please allow 28 days for delivery.

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  • Hayley F

    It would be my mum to say i love her x

  • I’d send a card to my nan, she never receives any nice post anymore and I don’t get to see her that much x

  • chris2468

    you could send a Stampin’ Up! card to anyone – real or fictional, alive
    or departed – who would it be and what would you write? . . . . .the late Princess Diana . . . . .. ‘much loved, much missed . . . . you are a real national treasure’

  • Amy Fidler

    dawn french x

  • Paula Readings

    To my Nan & Grandad, simply stating ‘Missing you both dearly’.

  • Tracy K Nixon

    To Cath Kidston to thank her for her inspiration through her craft books!

  • Sarah & Alex Crisp

    To my younger self, to say something along the lines of…”you don’t have to pursue a ‘normal’ job if you don’t want to, just for the sake of having a steady income or becuase it’s expected of you. Pursue your passions and your dreams without hesitation or fear, throw yourself face-first into the unknown and go wherever creativity leads you, because ultimately it will always lead you to happiness”.
    Something like that! x

    • Ah! I like this idea. “Throw yourself face-first in to the unknown” is exactly what I’d tell my younger self too 🙂

  • Claire GriffithssoontobeAldrid

    to my mum saying i miss you and i love you so much

  • Lexi Guardado

    To my best friends Karen, to say ” A sass a day keeps the basics at bay” to remind her that authenticity is always celebrated.

  • Susan Smith

    I would write to my dad who has passed away and let him know how much i love him, i never told him, and feel so sad i never got the chance

  • Kirsty Fox

    It would be be to Tom Hardy, to tell him he is gorgeous ❤️❤️❤️

  • Oh my goodness look at all these Goodies!
    Tough question, as I would send one to my nan who passed away many years ago and I’d send one to River Phoenix – my first big screen crush – taken way to young and I’d send one to Jensen Ackles because he is FAF!! But I can’t pick one….. 😉

  • Emma Ellams

    To my nan “I miss you”

  • Vicky Cole

    Ooh interesting question and a difficult one, probably to my long departed Nan telling her how much I miss her

  • clairdownham

    to my mum to say thankyou

  • Aaron Broad

    I would write one to Snoop Dogg, it would say Yo

  • Gemma Brown

    i’d make one for my mum . i’d tell her how great she is and how i appreciate all she’s done for myself and my 3 boys

  • Samantha Loughlin

    To my dad who’s passed tell him how much I love and miss him everyday

  • Kelly law

    To my little boy to say happy easter!

  • Tony Metcalf

    To my dad, to say how much I do miss him.

  • ashleigh allan

    To my Grandad to tell him how much i miss him

  • I’d send a thank you card to my nan, to tell her what an impact she made on my life and how much I miss her x

  • Jane Willis

    I’d send one to my Gran – although she died in 1964 – to say “thank you for giving me your love of crafting”

  • Ruth Harwood

    I would send one to my grandmother, who died over 10 years ago, to say thanks for helping shape me xx

  • Sammy

    My kids – they always spend so much time making me cards, but i always buy theres. would be so lovely to make them a card too 🙂

  • Hannah Smith

    I would send a card to my cousin, she loves craft!

  • Gemma Massey

    I would send a card to my great nan who’s now an angel we were so close and she loved crafts I’d write thank you for always being there for me and I know you’re looking out for us all enjoy your party up in heaven with grandad x

  • Heather Haigh

    I would send it to my daughter, who is an amazing young woman to thank her for being so fabulous.

  • rebecca beesley

    I’d send a card to my son’s best teacher – saying ‘You’re awesome’

    • Teachers do an amazing job. They deserve a reminder now and then 🙂

  • Beky Austerberry

    Anne Frank – to tell her that her words were inspiring

  • Leila Benhamida

    John Travolta I will write let’s dance!

  • lynn heath

    I would send a card to my Grandparents to let them know that they have three wonderful (and sometimes crazy) great grandchildren!

  • Claire Woods

    Gary Barlow and would invite him to my house for a cup of tea.

  • Sarah prescott

    I would send a card to my daughter to say you make me laugh all the time, your dancing is great I’m so glad you’re mine

  • elaine

    would send to my angel dad to let him know how much he is missed

  • Alice OConnor

    My grandmother – I love you x

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  • Karen K

    To my late Nanna, to tell her I loved her x

  • Rebecca Taylor

    I would send one to my dear departed Nanny let her know how I am doing

  • Lynsey Buchanan

    To my mum to thank her for all the support she always shows me

  • jodie wren

    to my nanna who died 8 years ago. I’d love to send her a card and write inside telling her about what ive been up to and enclose a picture of my son.

  • Sheri Darby

    I would send one to my husband to show him that I can make it

  • shirlz51

    i would send a message to my sons asking them to dinner.

  • Jim Carey crush eh, well that’s different 😀

  • GCforever

    I would send a card to Glen Campbell, who is suffering from Alzheimers, to thank him for his beautiful music which lightens and brightens my day – every day.

  • Adrian Bold

    One to my Father who passed away a few years ago.

  • Eggtizz

    I’d send one to my sister to say thanks for all her help lately

  • aaron

    Would like to send cards to the old great chess masters of times gone by thanking them for their “brilliances” in seeing moves and ideas never thought of previous

  • Fiona Rennie

    To my mum, I don’t tell her enough what she means to me

  • Caroline Blaza

    I would send a card to my daughters to tell them both how much I love them and how special they are to me x

  • leeanne

    To my late parents to tell them how much I love and miss them

  • Jemma Amanda

    To my friends who emigrated to Australia just to say thinking of them and miss them always xx

  • Jean Vaughan

    It would definitely be to my husband who died 17 years ago today when my children were just teenagers. I would let him know how proud he would be if he could see them now, both married, both with children and both in good jobs. Between us we created two very special people and I would love him to know all about them.

  • kim neville

    To my Gran and tell her about all our news and pictures of all the kids

  • Dale

    I would send one to my sadly parted Dad telling how much I love him x

  • Debbie Santowski Mac

    to my late mother, to tell her I miss her and love her

  • Donna Caldwell

    I would send it to Harry Potter it would say keep on fighting Voldemort was not the only baddie

  • Lisa Mauchline

    I’d send a a card to my daughter to open when she’s older to let her know how much I love her and how amazing she is