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Friday, June 26, 2009

Imaginisce i-top Brad Maker Month of Give Aways!

What’s better than a fabulous NEW tool that makes brads out of almost anything you want?! An exciting contest giving away that fabulous NEW tool and all the wonderful goodies that go with it!
Now is your chance to be one of the first to own the NEW i-top Brad Maker tool – you could be one of 2 Weekly Winners of the entire i-top Brad Maker Collection:

*i-top Brad Maker
*Large Brad Carriage Die
*28mm (Lrg) Brad Daddies
*22mm (Med) Brad Daddies
*16mm (Sm) Brad Daddies
*i-top Tool Template
*i-top Storage Tote
*28mm (Lrg) Paper Punch
*22mm (Med) Paper Punch
*16mm (Sm) Paper Punch

A $250 retail value given away weekly – how awesome is that?!

Here’s the low down on how to enter:

  • Each week post a comment on our blog under the contest post with your name and something you plan on doing with your new i-top Brad Maker.

  • For your second chance to win add our i-top Brad Maker Widget to your blog, Facebook page, or any other place you can online. Then enter another comment with your name and where you posted our Widget.

  • Contest entry will run from 8:00am (MST) Monday – 4:00pm (MST) Friday when the winner will be chosen.

  • Check back to see if you are a winner!

  • The winner’s name will be posted Mondays and you have until Wednesday to email angiefacer@imaginisce.com with your shipping information.

Yep… it’s that easy!

So get ready, get set…contest begins 8:00am (MST) Monday June 29, 2009.

Basic Rules:
Each participant may only win 1 i-top Brad Maker give away package. Odds of winning depend on number of entries per week. Winner will be chosen using Random.org. Eight (8) i-top Brad Maker packages will be given away. Prizes will be shipped by July 31, 2009 via Fed Ex. Contest will run 8:00am (MST) Monday, June 29, 2009 - 4:00pm (MST) Friday, July 24, 2009. No purchase is necessary to win. Contest is open to all legal residents of the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 years or older at the time of entry. Residents of Puerto Rico are not eligible. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Employees of Imaginisce, its respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, advertising and promotional agencies, sponsors, contract designers, and their immediate family members, are not eligible to enter. By entering, entrant agrees to abide by these Official Rules and the decisions of Imaginisce, which are final and binding.
For full contest rules please email request to angiefacer@imaginisce.com.

66 comments:

Chad and Elizabeth said...

Elizabeth Moore: I will make super cool PERSONALIZED cards to send to friends and family. How cool would it be to receive a card with a brad of yourself on it! FUN STUFF!

Chad and Elizabeth said...

Elizabeth Moore: Just posted your blinkie widget on my blog! (crossing my fingers I win)

P.S. Any special prize for being the first to comment? :)

Krissy said...

Oh isn't this an awesome little "must-have"! I'd LOVE to be able to Demo this for all of the girls in my kit club, they would go nuts for this little baby!!!!

Mary Kay said...

I want to try this with fabric! Would it work with transparency (over something else, of course)? The possibilities are endless!

Denise said...

I am a huge fan!! I love your stuff!! I have your website on my blog already and added you also to my facebook of course.. I would love to use it with all of the flowers that I have from you guys.. I watched the video and there are sooo many ways this tool will be very handy to use....Denise

Mackenzie said...

love it love it love it !!! I would use it as a demonstration at my lss and show the gals what a great product this is !!
Carole Hepburn - carolehepburn@yahoo.com

Julie said...

I would use the I-top brad maker to make my pages even more personalized. I don't want them to have the same boring brads as everyone else!

Heather and Dave said...

I'd like to get into scrapbooking, and this is the perfect way to do it! I really love handmade cards and this little beauty would be SO fun to use! -Heather

Heather and Dave said...

I also linked you to my blog: 2curiousgeorges.blogspot.com - Heather

NanaBeth said...

But I don't have a blog! I would love to have this new tool-I could make hundreds of fantastic brads-and I would even share them with my friends. They would be so excited they would have an I-top brad maker also!

NanaBeth said...

Aha-read carefully NanaBeth. Shall post again Monday.

marije said...

I place the widget on my blog and I want to make nice little pictures brads with me, my man and little girl on cards, to let every one know it is us!!

http://scraphamstermarije.blogspot.com/

Susie Q said...

As soon as I seen this item, my first thought was taking those clothe that have special memories from my children wearing them and make them into beautiful buttons and flower centers. This is the best thing!

Sarah said...

I would love to use this with various cloths and pictures. How fun would that be???

~B said...

http://www.beckybray.me/

Posted! This is awesome. Check it out on my blog on the right hand side bar.

~B said...

Oh - - I forgot - - I am pumped about using this just for the ability to coordinate brads with paper I have. Sometimes there just aren't the right color brads. Now there will be.

nrjordan said...

Natalie Jordan: I am a brad FREAK so I plan on using it to scrapbook, scrapbook, scrapbook. I love that it will give me the ability to customize my brads. Plus, to have my kids' faces on a brad - priceless!

blouy21 said...

I am the daughter of 'Gadget Guy' making me 'Gadget Girl' - I HAVE TO HAVE this! It is so cool. I can make brads to match the paper I am using (using coordinating paper!) I could use it in scrapbooking, card making, crafting...the possibilities are endless. Can't wait to get one. I added the link to my FB profile to tell all my friends about it.

Jessica said...

I would use this tool foradding elements to my scrapbook pages. I would use it with coordinating papers.

Jessica said...

I adding your widgit to my facebook page too!

Heather said...

I would love to use this for creating some very unique scrapbook pages for my baby boy to be. so fun!

heatherdemke(at)gmail(dot)com

jengd said...

VERY cool- the punches look great and I'd love to give the i-top a try! I'm starting to scrap everyday pages of my son and can imagine some great additions this would make to those pages!

Lori said...

Posted it on my blog: http://allreddesign.blogspot.com

Lori said...

Can't wait to create some wonderful photo or fabric covered brads to place in the center of all the silk flowers I've been collecting all these years. I'm going to decorate EVERYTHING with them when I'm done!

Kathleen said...

This would be so fun to use. I am a gaget girl. I have to have all the newest tools and gagets.

Debbie said...

I would love a Brad Maker. I am a stamper more tha a scrapper. I love making cards and when I need brads I have to buy alot just for 4 brads.It would be heaven to be able to make my brads.

Thanks for the giveaway.

debbie peysen
deb.peysen@sbcglobal.net

Drama queens mum (Kimberly) said...

Kimberly G: I would make some cool cards with this. Thanks for the giveaway. dramaqueensmum@gmail.com

Briann and Shaun Neeley said...

what an awesome giveaway! I really want to make my daughters 1st bday invitations!

Samantha T. said...

I would make amazing, beautiful, wonderful cards to send to everyone I know - then I'd try out for your Design team when you have a call :-)

Stephanie said...

I've always loved using brads... I would absolutely LOVE to win this product to use on my next scrapping adventure.

Stephanie said...

I posted the i*top widget on my blog:
http://so-simply-stephanie.blogspot.com/

Kim said...

Kim Jones: Wow! If I win I will be making cards!

Samantha said...

Such a cool tool, I would love to use this with fabric, possibilities look endless! Looks like a fun tool to introduce at my lss during my next class!!

Brandy B said...

Brandy Boyd- I would love to take little photos of my family, friends and cats and put them on the big brads. Then, i would put those on pages, cards, pins, maybe even make a big chunky bangle bracelet with their pictures studding it. :)

Urban Scrapbooker said...

I love this new product! I have a store in Edmonds Washington and I cant wait to use this in classes to add the perfect, unique, matching touch. Whoo Hoo!

cccjhwillett said...

This is awesome! I have always loved brads as opposed to eyelets so this is going to be so much fun. It reminds me of making my own covered buttons when I used to make all my clothes...who has time now when there is scrappin' to be done!!

Maxine Hodges said...

Wow! What a n amazing looking product. I would love to take this to my scrapbook group and surprise everyone by letting them make a brad. I would make mine of my grandsons!
Thanks for the chance!

~Kim said...

I'm so excited! I've been waiting for over a year for a tool like this one! I want to make historic brads for my cards and pages.

~Kim said...

I posted on my YUKU scrapbook blog! I'm too excited. http://scrappingtime.yuku.com/topic/79/master/1

Kat Gomez.. said...

I can only begin to imagine all the fun projects I can make with this ITOP!! one that really stands out is trying it with fabrics I cant wait to use it.... looks like I will have sooooo much fun.. I will also ad the widgit to my blog Katsbellaarte.blogspot.com .. come visit.. tu amiga Kat..

ScrapyTiff said...

I can only imagine the possibilities. No more buying brads in every color, I can make my own to perfectly match my project using the scraps of paper from my project itself! So Cool ~Tiffany C

ScrapyTiff said...

Just posted your widget to my blog at http://mysweetarts.blogspot.com/ ~Tiffany

d'Dragon said...

I know I'm too late for this week, but had to comment - I can't wait to get my hands on this great tool!

Krafty Wahine said...

if i won the new i-top Brad Maker, it would be my new best friend. i would use it on my cards and all my pages!!

jenpete said...

Just added your widget to my facebook page! What a fun have to have new tool! I can't wait to get one and try it out. Thanks!

Kim said...

I would make little brads for my fabric flowers!!!

Kim said...

Added the widget to my blog

Faye's Crafti Corner said...

Widget posted to my blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome tool.
http://fayescrafticorner.blogspot.com/

Faye's Crafti Corner said...

Oh I love this tool. I have been waiting for this to come out. I can't wait to get it in my hot little hands. I do volunteering at my sister's work program - she has special needs, it will be fun to make brads with her and her workmates pictures on them to use in flowers that they hang on the wall. Thanks again for the opportunity. Faye

Carla said...

Oh my gosh! What a product! Gotta have it! I can think of a couple of things off hand I would use it for. I first of all would put it on my website, and send out email blasts to customers about this great new product. Since I no longer have a brick and mortar store, I do a lot of events, I would take it with me, to say, one of the band shows that I do, have musical instrument papers already to go and let people pick what they wanted on their brad and just sell the brads right there, along with the opportunity to purchase the item too! It would be great to customize it to each event I do! and in thinking outside the box, I just finished my 15 year old's bedroom in red and black, with a lot of music items. I would make some brads, and attach them to the middle of the record albums, and CD's we painted to hang on the wall! I'm always looking for something "off the wall" to use in his room! Another suggestion would be to use them at the end of a nail when you hang something that won't be covering the nail, what a way to "pretty up" an ugly nail head! The only draw back to this item that I can see is that it doesn't come out until August! lol, I don't know if I can wait that long! Thanks so much! - Carla
windy317@yahoo.com

imagn8tion said...

Forget Brad Pitt, I want a Brad Maker! This is about the coolest scrapbook tool I have seen in ages!!!

pamela said...

I would love to get the new Brad Maker. I have 6 grandchildren and scrapbook all of their books it would be a fabulous way to scrap them on the largest brads to show some extra depth to my scrapbook pages.

scraphappenings said...

Ok...another got to have tool! Does it ever end???? I can't wait to see it used....I love fabric covered brads! Actually, I'm just sitting here thinking of all the things I could do!!! Can't wait!!!!!!

Doug & Anna said...

Anna Gooden: I would use the i-Top to make decorations for my cards, decorate my scrapbook pages and so much more!

Tami Mayberry said...

I just came across this. Very cool! I work mostly with card stock so coordinating brads would be the first on my list...followed by stamped brads!

Nita said...

I just came across this on Heidi's blog. This would be an awesome tool! I would be able to coordinate brads to match my flowers and pages.

ashjoy said...

That is so awesome....can you imagine not having to dig for the perfect brad....just puch and squeeze and all set!!!!

ksqueenb said...

This will be great as flower centers but I can see so many more applications for it!

Sara said...

LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!! I would use it for like a million things, I'll tell you 3.

1st: to "dazzle" the cards I include in the purchases my customers make (in my etsy shop)

2nd: scrapbooking, um boring answer, but DUH!

3rd: I LOVE to interior decorate, I KNOW I can find tons of ways this can help me create special things for my home.

Taylor Family said...

What wouldn't you use the I-top for? It would be great for centers of flowers for girls hair clips, scrapbooking, card making, family history books, book marks, scapbook canvases for your child's room, and that's just the beginning!

Angela @ ScrapSugar said...

What will I do with my i-TOP? My fellow volunteers and I will use it to embellish the storycards that we make for all the families in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Texas Children's Hospital here in Houston, TX. These story cards are a way to make positive lasting memories during a really rough time. We go into the NICU and take pictures of the babies and the families and make story cards (Similar to small scrap pages) of the good times in the NICU. While most mother's get to take their babies home, some don't, most mother's don't have a camera to capture those tender moments. I'd be happy to have the i-TOP tool to be a help in what we do there.

Angela @ ScrapSugar said...

Here is my blog entry about the giveaway. http://angelabutler.blogspot.com/2009/07/imaginisce-i-top-brad-maker-giveaway.html

Angela @ ScrapSugar said...

Oh and here are the links to my blogs with the widget posted. I also twittered about the contest. You've got to twitter these days. lol.
www.angelabutler.blogspot.com
www.angelabutler.onsugar.com
www.twitter.com/angeladbutler

marije said...

I have a serious scrappers-block! and this tool can really help me to cure!please please
let me win!

marije said...

ps I post already the widget
http://scraphamstermarije.blogspot.com/

red822 said...

I had a chance to use the I-top and I loved it! Finally, a tool that works as easily as it does on tv! I'll use it on everything, got to have one!

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