Sunday, February 5, 2012

Blogoversary Part 3 - Glitter Rub-Ons


Welcome to the part three of my Fourth Blogoversary Celebration.   One more item has been added to the boxes.  So far they are identical but there will be some slight differences starting tomorrow.

Here is how the giveaway works:

Just like last year, I have three boxes that I will be filling with gifts that I'll send to three blog readers.  Each day I'll add more things to the boxes until they are full and ready to ship.  You can comment on every post until the boxes are full to maximize your chance to be chosen by random draw.  You don't have to be a follower or a subscriber to win, however, if you enjoy my blog, subscribing by email will help you make sure that you don't miss anything - just click HERE and fill in your address, then reply to the confirmation email to be added to the list.  If you prefer to "follow" you can do that by clicking "Join this site" at the top of the right side column.

If you are a subscriber or follower, you can leave another comment and have a second chance each day as a way for me to thank you for your support.  If you are a Facebook user you can also "like" the Capadia Designs page HERE and leave another comment telling me that you are a Facebook fan.

You can leave comments everyday so you will have multiple chances to be one of the three winners.  Please don't leave more than 3 on one day (1 comment, 2 follower or subscriber, 3 Facebook fan).  When you leave a comment be sure that you don't have the box checked to be notified of follow up comments so you don't get tons of emails clogging up your in box.  Please be sure to leave some way for me to contact you if you are one of the lucky three - you can leave your email address and use (at) and (dot) to help avoid spam.  The step by step directions for leaving comments can be found in THIS POST.

Remember - you can't just leave a random comment - you have to answer the question in the post (so I know you are paying attention!).


Today I have added one of these adhesive Rub-on sets to each box.  These are fun to work with - you can created glittered words and shapes and place them exactly where you want them on your card or page.

Here is the question for today - be sure to answer it in a comment below.  

What is your favorite crafting tool - the item you can't live without?  Does this change from project to project?  Is there a tool you have heard about and can't wait to try - what's on your crafting tool wishlist?

A few more notes... 

New cartridges have been added to Cricut Design Studio.  Click HERE to go to the download page.  You need the second, content download.  Be sure to SAVE the download and then run it.  The next time you open Design Studio, the cartridges from December and January will be included.  I did not have to sign in to download the update (in the past, I have always needed to sign in to the Cricut.com site before the link would work).

There are some great sales this weekend - if you are not busy with Super Bowl parties it's a good time to shop for some deals.  Michael's is doing daily deals again and the Sunday, February 5th deal is the Iris plastic scrapbook storage case for just $3.99.  There is also a 50% off coupon that they send by email - be sure to sign up for the emails from the stores where you shop so you won't miss any bargains.  

A reader wrote in to remind me about the sales at the Tuesday Morning Store.  I have found some great deals there over the years.  I make it a habit to check any of the off price stores (Marshall's, T J Maxx, Home Goods, etc.) when I am out and about - you never know what will show up there! 

There is yet another Creative Memories Cricut cartridge on the way.  It is called "Divine Wedding" and there are coordinating papers and albums for the wedding line.  It will be available in March.  If  you are still waiting on an order from Creative Memories from January, I apologize for the delay in shipping.  Apparently they had such a massive volume of transactions for the sales that the shipping process has been bogged down - they will catch up soon but I know that it is frustrating to have to wait for your items to arrive.  Thanks for your patience.


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352 comments:

  1. Another fun box entry!! To answer your question...besides my ATG gun or my Tambo Mono Multi Adhesive a can not live without tool is my Martha Stewart Score Board. I use it for everything!!! I will say something my must have tool beside me changes per project but for the most part it is my score board.
    Thanks for another fun chance at your goodies!
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  2. I am a follower and email subscriber also....love waking up to your emails!
    Thanks for another chance
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  3. I am also a FB follower!
    Thanks for my 3rd chance to today!
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  4. I am going to ditto the first comment as I was going to say the MS Score Board before I even read what Jessica had to say. What a handy, useful tool! Thanks again Diane--I just love your blog. I read it everyday!
    barbferris01 at gmail dot com

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  5. Thanks for all the goodies you are sharing. I am a follower and subscriber, although I don't do facebook! Thanks again Diane!
    barbferris01 at gmail dot com

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  6. The tool I can't live with out is my atg gun. The tool on my wish list is a good score board I have my fingers cross

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  7. I think my favorite crafting tool is probably my Cutterbee scissors. I use them somehow on almost every card or project I make. I love their fine precision tip and that they have a cover to keep the tip sharp. Thanks for a great give-away!

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  8. I'm a follower of your blog and have been for almost as long as you have been writing it.

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  9. I am a big facebook fan of yours!

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  10. hmmm... tool I cannot live without? That is hard, I always have my paper, fiskars paper cutter, and some type of glue (stick, glitter, etc).... they are the staples... I am thinking I want to get a Cameo - but I cannot justify the cost... but I'm working on that - lol
    Hugs, antonella :-)

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  11. I am loving the stuff in your box! The crafting item I can't live without (besides adhesive) would be my cricut!
    buddy23018@hotmail.com

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  12. My favorite tool, like the others is the ATG. Such a time saver!

    kayte.russell at gmail dot com

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  13. I am also a follower.
    buddy23018 at hotmail dot com

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  14. I'm a subscriber
    kayte.russell at gmail dot com

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  15. I'm also a facebook fan, tfs the photos from Germany!
    kayte.russell at gmail dot com

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  16. I am a subscriber to your blog. I appreciate all the hard work you do on it.

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  17. My Cricut is my goto tool right now. I think I would like to try out the Silhouette Cameo, but it's not in my price range right now (and I have so much Cricut stuff, I hate to jump ship).

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  18. I am a follower of yours...
    Love the Glitter Rub-Ons!
    I adore my Tim Holtz Vagabond
    for die-cutting and Texture
    Embossing!
    Many thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  19. Since I can't cut a straight line for the life of me, my must have tool is my paper trimmer(I have 3). I use it in every project to get straight cuts & occasionally to score(if too lazy to pull out the MS score tool). Thanks again for the opportunity. Loved your pics of the Christmas World Show-Beautiful!
    Alla
    seven016ataoldotcom

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  20. I'm a happy follower and I love my dies! In fact I just ordered a doily die and I can't wait until it gets here. I'm already dreaming of what I'll do with it. I love my Cricut, too, but on my wish list is a Cricut Expression. There are so many times I wish that I could cut on a 12" mat. {sigh} Someday!

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  21. Hi Diane,
    I am amazed by you first of all. The fact that you went abroad and still kept us all in the loop was amazing. I just can't keep up on a daily basis lol. Thanks for all you do for us. My favorite tool would have to be my 12x12 cutter. I use it constantly when I scrap. I can't seem to cut efficiently with any other cutter. I love all the give aways and it would be nice to win something. I do follow along a little on facebook. I enjoy all your emails and that is sufficient.
    Thanks again for all you do.
    Carol, jones61405atcomcastdotcom

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  22. My favorite go to tools are my ATG, my trimmer, a black pen, pop dots and a corner chomper. I also love my cricut

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  23. My fav is the Scotch Quick-Dry Adhesive.

    Carol
    Crhiga at hawaiiantel dot net

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  24. Favorite crafting tool . . . that's a hard one. I have to have my upgraded basics for every project (ATG, guiloten paper trimmer, zig pen, etc.). As for fun tool, right now my favorite is my heat tool. Love embossing!

    Tonya
    tonya.morgan at gmail .com

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  25. I'm a follower.

    Tonya
    tonya.morgan at gmail .com

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  26. I follow you on FB.

    Tonya
    tonya.morgan at gmail .com

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  27. Loved the pics of Christmas decorations ....tools ...there are those of necessity like my adhesive gun and paper cutter, but I'd have to say my favorite tool that's made all of this fun..is the Cricut machine.

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  28. My favorite tool is my paper trimmer. I have 3 of them and use all 3 . the box is filling up. What a great thing to do. Regina
    regina95370@sbcglobal.net

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  29. I follow you on your blog. Regina
    regina95370@sbcglobal.net

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  30. The glitter rub ons look interesting. My go to tool is my tweezer bees. I use them all the time. The wish list tool is the pick me up tool for small gems. Don't know what it is called. Saw it on the internet. It's like a pen with some kind of sticky on the tip.
    Thank you
    Linda in Stanwood

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  31. My fav tool is my Gypsy. I take it everywhere. The new tool on my wishlist is the new Ribbon cutter from Imaginiesce and as always the new Cricut cartridges! Thanks for the giveaway!
    LizW in TX

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  32. I subscribe to your blog!! I love the rubons & glitter kit that you have added!!!
    LizW in TX

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  33. Even though my ATG gun malfunctions occassionaly, the adhesive is so good I put up with it. I am also a fan of Tombo Mono. If you aren't happy with you adhesive, you aren't happy. LOL
    jwebbtx1961(at)aol(dot)com
    sure hope the robots can't read my address. Thanks

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  34. Love the stuff going in the boxes. I love my cricut expression!!! But I think I would like to have a cuttlebug.

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  35. I definitely love my ATG gun!! so thankful they started selling those at Michaels. I think my computer is also important because of all the great ideas I get from other people!!
    ikennic at q dot com

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  36. Ohh...this is a hard one....I have too many! Mmmmm....will have to say my paper trimmer as no matter how hard I try, I just can't cut a straight line!!

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  37. I'm a follower on your blog!

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  38. Oh my favorite tool is my cricut expression. Even if I do not own ALL of cartridges made, I still like to use my machine. Does it change from project to project, well yes. I do not use my cricut for all of my projects. I do own punches and stamps. I purchase embellishments. Just ordered the new tags, bags, boxes and more 2 along with the embossing tool and jell pens. Used markers and they are good, the pens will be better for fine line work.
    I do not own a binding machine, hot glue gun, heating tool for embossing, quickstik for picking up and sticking little things, the sticky material Diane uses with the fine cricut cut outs (not the zyron), crafting tweezers, and at some point I will get a Big Shot Pro to emboss anywhere and everywhere. Out of all of this list, want to try the sticky material Diane uses. I like to cut fine items with my cricut and use them. I am not happy with the zyron sticker maker on small items.
    smgunderscoregdpathotmaildotcom

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  39. Right now, my favorite tool would have to be my Cricut. I waited so long to get one. Had to save the $ to do it. Am trying to learn my Gypsy, but that is slow going. Thanks for your wonderful blog ans happy Blogaversary.

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  40. My favorite craft tool is probably Glue Dots. They're so easy to use and don't make a mess. I'd really like an ATG thing that puts down adhesive tape, but they're too pricey for me.

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  41. I love rub ons!!!!!
    my favourite crafting tool would have to be my Gypsy, I just love creating files on there, planning out my cards, so along with my Gypsy my Expression is a MUST have also,
    thank you so much for the chance to win...
    brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

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  42. 2nd post, I am a long time follower
    thank you so much for the chance to win...
    brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

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  43. 3rd post for being a FB friend...
    thank you so much for the chance to win...
    brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

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  44. The boxes are looking really tempting. I may have to go buy some! My favorite tool is my tweezer bees! I use them all the time for holding stuff while heat embossing, to pick up small pieces and the sharp points are great for poking holes or getting gems and jewels put in just the right spot. The only thing left on my wishlist is the Silhouette Cameo.

    cjbarclay at gmail dot com

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  45. I am also a FB follower. Thank you for your daily posts.

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  46. This is my third entry for today, by being a subscriber. Love your emails

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  47. THOSE BOXES ARE LOOKING BETTER EVERY DAY. CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHAT ELSE YOU PUT IN THEM. I GUESS MY FAVORITE TOOL IS MY CHALK INK. I SEEM TO USE IT ON EVERYTHING. SPELLBINDERS HAS SOME NEW DIES AND EMBOSSING FOLDERS THAT ARE ON MY WISH LIST.

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  48. That box is looking very sweet indeed! I love my heat embossing tool and what I can do with it. Heat embossing really adds something special to any project I use it on. :)

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  49. I get blog updates by email...

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  50. i'm a follower.
    littlen44 at gmail dot com

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  51. i'm also a fb fan.
    littlen44 at gmail dot com

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  52. Oh, Diane, I love your blog. You keep it fresh and full of wonderful creations! My favorite tool would be my ATG. Yes, my needs change with each project, but my ATG is used on almost all of them. My wishlist includes the Vagabon and the perfect paper cutter (still looking for that one!) Thanks Diane!

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  53. The boxes are looking yummy! :-) The one crafting tool I cannot live without is my Cricut. I have a hard time making any of my projects without cutting something with my Cricut! I have heard so much about Spellbinders and would love to try them one day! Thanks for the chance to win! :-)

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  54. I love my Cricut machines! I'd like to try the Silouette someday.
    Thank you.
    sue
    smokiesue2010athotmail.com

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  55. Let's see....what tool that I can't live without? I love my Cricut and Cricut Design Studio. Thanks for the chance to win you wonderful blog candy.
    http://iwycd.blogspot.com/

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  56. I am a follower. Have been for a long time. Thanks.
    http://iwycd.blogspot.com/

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  57. I also am a FB fan. Thanks again. http://iwycd.blogspot.com/

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  58. I would have to say I guess my favorite tool is my ATG gun. I use it on every project I make. I am very attached to my cricut/gypsy though too. Hard to pick. On my wish list is that new machine you just got. I would like the ability to be more creative and not tied to cartridges. Now going to happen though because I have too much stuck in Cricut. : )

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  59. My favorite tool is the Cuttlebug. I can use it with Spellbinders, Sizzex and of course, embossing folders.

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  60. I would have to say my favorite crafting tool is my Cricut. I absolutely love using it for projects and can't live without it!

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  61. I am also a Facebook fan!

    scrappindhilly at gmail dot com

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  62. I'm a follower of your wonderful blog, Diane! Happy Blogaversary! Today is my birthday!

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  63. My favorite tool is my Heat gun! I love it, it makes my projects faster. I suppose it would change from project to project. I also love my MS Scoring Board! I can't wait to try the TH distress markers! Also on my wishlist is the Silhoutte Cameo!!

    Thanks,
    Tanya Phenis
    phenis2031 at yahoo dot com
    http://scrappylandusa.blogspot.com

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  64. Long time follower/subscriber! Thanks for another chance :)


    Tanya Phenis
    phenis2031 at yahoo dot com
    http://scrappylandusa.blogspot.com

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  65. Facebook Fan Here :)

    Tanya Phenis
    phenis2031 at yahoo dot com
    http://scrappylandusa.blogspot.com

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  66. Another great addition today. My favorite, can't live without, tool is my Glue Runner (Mega by Xyron). There is not anything that does not need glue. Thanks for the chance to win. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  67. I, too, am a follower. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  68. And, I am a facebook fan. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  69. My most loved most needed tool is my cricut.:) Thanks for the chance

    a ashuk @ shaw . ca

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  70. The one tool I can't do without would be my scorepal, cricut, and glue runner. Oh, wait that's three! Sorry! I just couldn't make up my mind. Thanks for the opportunity to win sucha a great giveaway.

    scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

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  71. I am follower.

    scrapbooknut67114 at gamil dot com

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  72. Will you hold it against me if I say I can't come up with one single favorite tool? I have honestly sat here for the last minute or so trying to choose just one and can't. I like too many things for different reasons. As far as my wishlist, I would love a Grand Calibur and I would really like to learn more about the Silhouette Cameo. I'm going to remember to add my email tonight! tamiwb1234 at aoldotcom

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  73. My ATG, sure makes card making easier.

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  74. I guess it would have to be my bone folder...or I guess it is called a scoring tool. Makes the things fold easier and lay flat.

    Just became a FB fan, but have loved your blog. I havent had internet for a while, but I a back. Yay!!

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  75. My favorite tool that I use every time I paper craft would be my rotary cutter & mat. I simply can't craft without it.
    Kathryn
    kathrynt at totalnet dot us

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  76. #2 -- I'm a follower.
    Kathryn
    kathrynt at totalnet dot us

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  77. Most every project starts with my Purple Cows cutter. Thanks!

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  78. Once again, the boxes are looking good! Your generosity is fabulous! My favorite tool is an unassuming drill punch, mostly because of the ease of use. My most used tool is my tweezers. I have long nails and look quite funny trying to work without the tweezers. I chose the Cricut because I did not want to have to be tethered to a computer to use the machine, but now think that I might want to try the Cameo. It looks to me that Cricut may be headed that way, so if that is what I will have to do, I see the Cameo in my future!
    Shellee (srobisonatbrown-straussdotcom)

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  79. My favorite crafting tool is my paper trimmer, I use it for everything! joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

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  80. I'm a follower subscriber. Thanks. joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

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  81. I am a long time subscriber and look forward to your posts each day!
    Shellee (srobisonatbrown-strauss
    dotcom)

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  82. I'm a FB follower too! joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

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  83. Most of my projects start with a Cricut cut and usually incorporate some CB embossing. I have CB dies on my wish list. Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize pack!

    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.com

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  84. I am a subscriber!

    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.com

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  85. I am a FB fan!

    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.com

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  86. Hi; gosh...hard question. I can't live without the basics and also Punches......I love love love Punches...I'm a punch nut.

    I would like to have the Expression2.

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  87. Hi again, I am a follower of your blog.

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  88. These rub-ons are adorable! About my favorite tool I think it has to be my embossing tool, it was hard to pick since my runner ups are the ATG and paper trimmer wich are very useful for card making. Again, thanks for letting us celebrate with you four great years of inspiration!
    Have a great week!
    Liz

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  89. Never heard of this type of Rub-On before. Sounds fun! I think my favorite tool right now is my MarthScor-Pal, but Martha's is really useful and so much easier to use. I also LOVE my i-Rock. Really enjoyed your Christmas show post.

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  90. I subscribe to your blog through email.
    kellyprn(at)charter(dot)net

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  91. I "like" and follow you on FB too!

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  92. My can't craft without it tool is my Cricut. It does change depending on the project. Sometimes it is my stamps and ink, etc.But the ONE thing I use EVERY day is my computer. I love looking at all the blogs and getting inspiratin.

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  93. Love the boxes! My favorite tool would probably my spellbinders dies. And it would chane from project to project.

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  94. I have been a follower and subscriber for a long while, now.

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  95. My favorite thing I can't do without is my Fiskar paper trimmer.

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  96. okay my favorite crafting tool is or would be my cricut(s) if I could only buckle down - get organized, and LEARN how to use them. When I do get a project done I feel so happy, but it seems lately I spend a lot more time trying to get everything to work together ... maybe I have ADHD because I sure have trouble keeping on task

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  97. by the way I am a subscriber and I've decided to set your blog as my home page, I need the inspiration :) Love what you do and have borrowed many of your great ideas Thanks again for sharing!!

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  98. My favorite tool is my ATG gun. I use it on every project and wouldn't want to do with out it. I just bought some Perfect Pearls and am anxious to try them. Also, the first item on my wishlist is the Bind it All, so I can make some mini albums. Thanks for sharing you picture from your trip!

    Kathy

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  99. I am also a subscriber.
    The boxes are looking good! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

    Kathy

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  100. I would have a very hard time choosing just one tool as my favourite (I have so many!). However, I think the one that changed my scrapbooking the most is my Cricut. I have the original and the E and love them both. They allow me to make such nice titles for my pages and to create wonderful cards.

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  101. I am a subscriber to your blog.

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  102. Hi Diane, my favorite tool is a pic I have that belonged to my father, who also loved to craft. This tool helps me in many ways and I use it for just about all crafts I do. There are so many things on my wish list it's hard to pic out just one... I just recently saw on the web that coming out in April is a tool called Super 8, it's a punch that you can use to create designed around your pages, I believe there will be a wide variety of designs.

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  103. The boxes with all those goodies are looking better every day! I have several must haves: ATG gun, Scotch quick dry, red tape; cutting Tool, MS Score board; sissors; Cricut spactular; Wish list consist of a Ranger Mat. Right now I use non-stick foil.

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  104. I am a follow your blog and are a subscriber.

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  105. A am now a follower on Facebook!

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  106. I like to scraplift from others galleries and blogs because I don't trust my own ideas. The cards never come out the same anyway, I always make changes and I don't have a blog so there is no danger of publication. I love you Germany photos. Thanks for this opportunity to play. carjo40@gmail.com

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  107. It is totally a toss-up between my Cricut and my Cuttlebug. Love them both. I definitely plan on getting a new cutting machine...either the Expression 2 or the one that you have...can't remember the name. Can't wait

    gdobberteen at yahoo.com

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  108. I am a follower

    gdobberteen at yahoo.com

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  109. I can't live without my Cricut's!! It was my Cricut products that got me started in papercrafting. One thing that I would like to try to learn is digital scrapbooking. I am so far behind on scrapbooking - I am thinking that digital will get me caught up!!

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  110. My Cricut Expression(combined with the Gypsy, Design Studio and now the Cricut Craft Room) is used on almost all of my projects.
    rntof10 (at) mchsi (dot) com.

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  111. I am a follower and email subscriber!

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  112. I LOVE my Cricut!And my Gypsy! I don't know how I ever scrapbooked without it. IT"s pretty funny to looke back at old albums and see all the stickers I used!

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  113. I'm a blog follower and subscriber!

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  114. There are so many tools that I can't live without but I think my favorite is my rotary cutter and a small mat. Very handy! It is the small one 18mm but it is one that I carried over from my sewing area.

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  115. I am a very lucky girl in that I have the Make The Cut software program. I am able to design pretty much what I like with it, finding illustrations online that I can convert to cutting files. I also have both the Cameo and the Zing.

    Elisabeth dot bier at g mail dot com

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  116. I am also a subscriber and love MTC

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  117. I have liked you on Facebook

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  118. I follow on Facebook and pinterest

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  119. I follow your blog...and I look fwd. to reading your posts every morning.

    hmooney134@gmail.com

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  120. I'm a fan on facebook.

    hmooney134@gmail.com

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  121. One item I can't live without when it comes to crafting...I would have to say any type of adhesive. Beyond the obvious though I would have to say my cricut...I love all of the things that you can create with this machine. I would love to try the cameo (I think that's what it's called)that will probably be my next big tool purchase!

    hmooney134@gmail.com

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  122. Wow, my favorite tool? I would have to say my cricut, ATG gun, and Spellbinder's dies

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  123. My favorite crafting tool, hands down is my Cricut. I have the Expression, E2, Imagine and my Gypsy Girl. I don't do anything without my Cricut!

    Donna Gravel-Crary
    graveld at yahoo dot com

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  124. I am a follower/subscriber of your fantastic blog.
    donna gravel
    graveld at yahoo dot com

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  125. Another fun question! Tools I love are my Gypsy, ATG, Cricut, Cameo, Cuttlebug and paper cutter, and the internet for great blogs like yours! The boxes are filling up with really fun stuff! Thanks for your genrosity! jan dot m dot scott at sbcglobal.net

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  126. I am also a FB follower.
    donna gravel
    graveld at yahoo dot com

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  127. I'm a loyal follower of your blog, have tea with you each morning!
    jan dot m dot scott at sbcglobal.net

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  128. We are Facebook friends. jan dot m dot scott at sbcglobal.net

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  129. Lately, I've been using the Creative Memories tearing tool on every page. But my absolute favorite go to tool is my quilting ruler! It lets me make sure everything is straight and spaced correctly. No more pages that look slightly off! :)

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  130. There are so many, I think my ATG tape (with or without the ATG GUN)but I amdreaming about a shilouette or maybe a cameo, can't make up my mind but will know by the time I have the money.
    sharonyoung6987 at att dot net

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  131. I create all different ways depending on the project, sometimes from scratach and other times from kits, sketches etc
    sharonyoung6987 at att dot net
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  132. I create all different ways depending on the project, sometimes from scratach and other times from kits, sketches etc
    sharonyoung6987 at att dot net
    I'm a facebook fan too!

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  133. As a paper crafter for just a little over a year, I have amassed a great many tools. However, the two that I could never live without are my ATG gun and my Tim Holtz distress inks. I am always grabbing for both of them. I don't always ink my edges or distress my paper, but I always,always use my ATG gun. Do my favorite tools change from project to project, I would say yes, depending on the scope of the project that I am working on. Lately, I can't seem to live without my hot glue gun. :)

    My wonderful sister in law is always telling me about new tools and techniques that are out there that I have not yet tried, there are many tools that I still would like to add to my craft room, such as many of the Tim Holtz products.
    My crafting tool wishlist is long... very long. At the top of the list is the Cricut Imagine and more Cricut Cartridges.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win and thank you for continuing ot send such creative information. I never miss reading your emials each morning.

    Kimberly
    Kimberly dot pate at gmail dot com

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  134. Jessica, LOL all my pages look slightly off

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  135. I don't think I could live without my Cricut Expression. I use it for almost every project. Another very small tool that I use all the time is the Cricut pick. I am forever reaching for it to pick up and place small pieces.
    jejaeb at cfl dot rr dot com
    scrappinana.blogspot.com

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  136. I am a follower and subscriber...
    jejaeb at cfl dot rr dot com
    scrappinana.blogspot.com

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  137. I follow on Facebook...
    jejaeb at cfl dot rr dot com
    scrappinana.blogspot.com

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  138. Love these glitter rub-ons:). I'm not sure I have a favorite crafting tool, however, I usually don't do anything without my tag gun or Cricut :)

    Pruttybird at comcast dot net

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  139. I am a follower :). Love visiting your blog!

    Pruttybird at comcast dot net

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  140. I love my Cricut Expression. I use it on evey project I do. On my wishlist....I can always use more Cricut cartridges.
    bgalyean2011(at)aol(dot)com

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  141. I subscriber to your site.
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  142. I am a Fecebook fan.
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  143. I use my scoreboard a lot but I also LOVE my cuttlebug!!

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  144. I missed this post because of the Super Bowl. And the Packers were not even in it.
    Oh I could go on and on about my favorite tools. I LOVE tools. Hummm I guess my Gypsy because of all I can do with it but I am not always happy with the way my Cricut cuts.The mats the blades the settings. I wish they would come out with won these senses what you needed. I am thinking about getting a Cameo but I have so many Cricut Cartridges. It is fun to read what everyone says. Very interesting reading.
    ljcardering at yahoo dot com

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  145. I have been a happy follower for over a year.

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  146. 1. Besides my Cricut with all my cartridges, my most used tool are my McGill flower punches. I love making my own flowers. They look so real.

    Marjorie from TX
    m.brundagetx at yahoo dot com

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  147. 2. I am a blog follower and look forward to receiving updates via email.

    Marjorie from TX
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  148. 3. I am a FB friend and fan.

    Marjorie from TX
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  149. I would definitely say my favorite go to items change from project to project, but some of my favorites are my Cuttlebug, Spellbinders dies, pink ATG gun, Scorepal, paper trimmer, and foam pop dots. Thanks for the chance to win one of the boxes.

    Carrie R.
    rosscdmr at aol dot com

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  150. have to say it's my paper cutter followed by my ATG gun...Most tools change project to project, but these remain constant! I'd luv to try TM vagabond & his dies!

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  151. i'm an email follower...
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  152. My favorite tool is my Cricut! I just got a Sizzix embossing machine and used that for the first time! Love it! Also love my bone folder and glue pens!!

    Jeannette B.
    jjbchef at juno dot com

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  153. Am an email receiver, too!

    Jeannette B.
    jjbchef at juno dot com

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  154. A Facebook friend also. :-)

    Jeannette B.
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  155. 1.) My favorite crafting tool is my Cricut Expression. It does not change from project to project, there are so many possibilities with the Cricut.

    I would have to say that the Pink ATG gun and Spellbinder are on my wishlist along with more cuttlebug folders and dies.

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  156. 3.) I am a blog follower and thank you soooo much for cahnaces to win the surprise boxes of goodies.

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  157. My favorite crafting tool is my Cricut although I am enchanted with the items you have made with your Cameo and I am interested in learning more about that if I can make my own designs. I really loved the intricate snowflakes you made at Christmas time and would like to try that idea on my Cricut ASAP and if it doesn't work well then look into a Cameo sometime in the future.

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  158. My favorite crafting tool by far is my Cricut Expression! And second is my Gypsy! I would love to have a Scrap'n Easel as a portable layout and work surface and some Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers for coloring in my stamped designs.

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  159. Hands down it would have to be my cricut and gypsy. I can not begin any project without those two items in arms reach.

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  160. My go-to tool depends on the project, but usually the Cricut and ATG plus a zig 2-way pen. I think my wishlish items right now are more of the Spellbinder sets -- I love to make layers with my Cuttlebug to add the Cricut image to.

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  161. My Expression has to be my #1 favorite crafting tool. For Christmas, my husband bought me a ATG so that is a close runner up. Thanks for another chance to win! jennt888(at)gmail(dot)com

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  162. I am also an email subscriber! :) Thanks again!!

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  163. I love using my Cricut but if I don't use my Cricut I go with my stamps and dies. I would LOVE to get a Silhouette Cameo. It is WAY high up on my WANT list! Hugs- Glora

    me(at)glorajean(dot)com

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  164. I follow your blog. Hugs- Glora

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  165. I LIKE your FaceBook page. Hugs- Glora

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  166. Your boxes are getting very interesting. haha My "can't do without" tool has to be mt cricut and cartridges. My cardmaking and scrapping has come so far since I got it. (in Dec.,2008) Everything else helps to enhance my work, but no way could I hand cut all the wonderful designs I have available. My next big tool is a Cinch binding tool. I've discovered I like making mini albums.

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  167. I am a follower and a subscriber.

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  168. Right now my favorite tool is the Tim Holtz Tonic scissors, Will probably change tomorrow.
    The box is looking great. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Kathy

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  169. I am a follower and subscriber.
    Kathy

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