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December 08, 2010


Brenda Miller

I love the pieces on using what you already have in creative ways. Keep it up!


O kay, new here. Shared you on FB & liked too.


One thing about me is that I love using things around the house or if someone is going to throw out I take & use it. Yah, newspaper idea!!!

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Janet Licari

I would like to see tutorials using new products. Maybe an inexpensive way to mount red rubber stamps to acrylic blocks? Thank You for being in this giveaway and for a chance to win great prizes.
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Ashleigh Copenhaver

I love tutorials! Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

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Ina Good

I love this blog...more tutorials on altered book arts and I would like to see some art doll things in mixed media in the future perhaps...other than that I am one satisfied blogger and would love to win one of your generous giveaways! Happy Holidays,Ina

Teri Dorowsky

My first time here and i'm loving your tutorials!

Kim C.

Thanks for the cool chance to win the giveaway. I would love to learn about decoupaging (is that a word?) books, journals, and boxes! thanks


WoW..what a great website. I've never been here before so I am very glad to have found you! I would like crafts with paper....tutorials.....that would be wonderful! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!
Happy Holidays to you and yours!

Elizabeth P

would love to see VERY easy to make stuffed animals and dolls. There's just so much already here, but a girl can never have too many tutorials !

 Virginia Burnett

I love the site, Lots of Inspiration here, Maybe more Mixed Media or Altered Art Projects that Mix Scrapbooking with other crafts type projects.

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