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Monday, July 20, 2009

CONTEST ENTRY July 20 - July 24

This is it... your last chance to win the exciting new i-top Brad Maker tool! Here's a quick review of how to enter just in case...

  • 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.
And just to mix things up a bit here's this week's opportunity for a THIRD entry:
  • Tell us why YOU scrapbook.... memories... creative outlet... whatever the reason, we want to know!
Once again... GOOD LUCK!!

61 comments:

Falula said...

Jodi Sevilla again ... I'm thinking of doing a take on a family tree project with this cool tool once I get my hands on it. Would love to win it!

Falula said...

Widget is on my blog:

http://aminutewithfalula.blogspot.com

Jodi Sevilla

Falula said...

Scrapbooking began strictly as a process to capture my son's firsts when he was born. But then I delved further into the world of creativity through classes, expo trips and more, and it has now become a de-stressor and an outlet for my creative side. What started out as basic skills with stickers and cardstock has grown into bravery with watercolors and metal work. I no longer think of scrapbooking as a "craft" project, but as an art form.

Jodi Sevilla

Melissa said...

I can't wait to use this on my pages to coordinate embellishments with my paper. I really want to try it as flower centers.

Melissa Early

Melissa said...

Your widget is on my blog: scraphappyzone.blogspot.com.

Melissa Early

Melissa said...

Scrapbooking is my way to get away. I have three children (a 3 year old and 2 year old twins) and this is my way to "escape." I also LOVE recording our families memories and wish I had things like what I create from my childhood. Even if my kids don't want to keep them, I will love looking back on these years.

Sarah said...
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ashjoy said...

I put the widget on my blog here http://1ashjoy.blogspot.com/

ashjoy said...

I love to scrap to preserve memories and share the craft I love to do.

Sarah said...

I would love to put pictures on the brads and Make a sort of chore chart. I would use the brads to switch around our household chores and family responsibilities.

Sarah said...

Your widget is on my blog on the right hand side. www.theclevelandclan.blogspot.com

Sarah said...

I scrapbook because I am amazed at all the creative things out there in the world. I love being able to create these images. I am amazed at how my creative side comes out a little more with each page/card I make.

dede670 said...

I would love to have this tool to make cards and special projects my own!

HLGraham said...

I would LOVE to have this tool! I'm a brad-a-holic and being able to customize my OWN brads would be sooooo awesome. I envision creating funky borders and design elements using the i-Top to make big brads mixed in with all my other brads. I sooo want this machine!!!

red822 said...

I can't believe it! I entered 3 times in the wrong place! I've got tons of ideas, I think I entered in the right place this time, I'm ready for my I-dot!

Julie said...

I would love this, I am a brad girl through and through. Love them as accents along a photo, as flower centers and to attach fun accents on my pages.

Julie said...

I posted the widget on my blog at www.julieboardman.blogspot.com and also posted to all my girlfriends on Facebook...gotta share the love!

Julie said...

I scrapbook for several reasons; of course it is all about the memories, but is also my creative outlet. I love spending "alone" time in my scrap studio creating pages and other crafts...it's so therapeutic and satisfying. Not to mention ADDICTING, lol.

jengd said...

I'd so love to try this with both my cardmaking and scrapbooking! It would be a great way to enhance everything with "brading" both pictures and decorative papers.

jengd said...

I do both cardmaking (birthday and Christmas primarily) and scrapbooking (I'd love to do more but right now, it's all about the 2yr old). I do the cardmaking because 1. I can, 2. I usually love the results, 3. Many recipients appreciate the results (there are a few who don't- I no longer spend a lot of effort on their cards since I know they're going in the trash with the wrapping papers 10min after opening.) The scrapping is all about remembering what was happening combined with doing more than just a photo album or photo collage.

Yvonne said...

widget posted on my blog. I would love to win this tool to use for all kinds of projects swirling in my head. Fingers crossed!!!

Linda w said...

I am a card maker and love the idea of coordinating my brads with the paper I am using to make a card. I would love to win this.

thanks much
Linda w

Diane said...

I have my order placed and can't wait until they ship! I have the link posted on my blog so my customers can see what's coming.

Debbie said...

From the first time I saw the i top could make brads with photos I have this vision of creating a family tree on a canvas and using photo brads on it of my family....doesn't that sound cool with your tool !

Debbie said...

I posted your i top widget on my blog...
www.debseclecticthoughts.blogspot.com

and wrote a post about why I love the idea of the itop...now I just need to get one.

Debbie said...

Scrapping is my creative escape - I love using scrap products and tools to create art to share with my family and friends.

Faye's Crafti Corner said...

Still on my blog and anxious to tell others about this great tool, once I have it in my hands.
http://fayescrafticorner.blogspot.com/

Faye's Crafti Corner said...

Oh I want this tool so badly. I love brads, espcially big ones and my head is swarming with ideas on how to use it. I have 3 dogs and 4 cats that are my babies since I couldn't have children, so this would be a great way to show off their adorable faces on fun brads. Three times is a charm, I would so love to win this awesome tool

Faye's Crafti Corner said...

I scrapbook to reflect on my world and focus on the great things in my life. 12 years ago I was diagnosed with Lupus and 5 years ago Lupus induced peripheral neuropathy. I scrap so that I can forget the pain and reflect on the fun things my hubby and I do. I am disabled due to the disease, but crafting is the one thing that keeps me sane. I love this tool, and hope to win it so that I can create greater pages and projects.

Dacia said...

I want to make my own brads to use for party decor. I love to throw parties and use scrapbooking products in my themes. This tool will help me do that!

Dacia said...

I've posted your widget to my blog @
www.albafam.blogspot.com

Kris said...

this is my last chance to win...okay well I plan to use this on all of my cards and for a project I'm planning for my little boys room!

1nicsmom said...

I just got a hold of this cool tool from my LSS borrowed it!!! teaching has its perks plus it is so COOL. I made the cutest back to school page. and a name tag with cute ideas on it to wear in the store. Please Please got to win it!!

HLGraham said...

I posted the widget to my sidebar on my blog:

www.heathergraham.typepad.com

I've been fussin with the settings all morning to make it appear the full width but it's being dumb. :( (or maybe i'm the dumb one lol)

env310 said...

Looking at the other post there are some things that I didn't think of like brads from photos --how cool is that. I'm planning my upcoming wedding this Winter and have to have everything match (am I a crafter or what?). This tool would be great to use for this for our favors (using our monongram) and all my other projects. This is ingenious! So Love It!

Heidi said...

I'd love to make my brads match my pp on the layouts. Also, my oldest child would have so much fun with the i-top brad maker.

Heidi said...

Why do I scrapbook? Because my memory is so-so, and I love to look back at our life through photos and stories.

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

I do not scrapbook very often, but when I do it is to preserve memories.

I make cards all the time to send to others and for my creative outlet.

enjoy *~*

Kris said...

the widget is still on my blog

Kris said...

I scrapbook because it's my creative outlet. It's also like my journal- it reminds me to be grateful for the little moments in life. Card making = happiness- I love sending my creations to friends anf family!

Yvonne said...

posted on the blog!

Nita said...

Oh, I would use this to make flower "center", as I am working on a collage of pictures for my daughters' room. This would be perfect!!

Nita said...

It's posted on my blog at www.thecolorofred.blogspot.com

Nita said...

I scrapbook to document my children's memories, and when I see my daughters looking at their books and laughing, it all makes it so worth while. It's also a wonderful creative outlet!!

ksqueenb said...

I so want this tool. I was soooo jealous when my friend bought it a couple of weeks ago. I have been talking it up to everyone I know that scrabooks. I scrapbook to save my family's memories but it also is great stress relief. I only have boys so scrapbooking is " one of the few "girly" things I do. I am still trying to get my youngest son to scrapbook and keep showing him Tim Holtz stuff to entice him :)

Scrappuccino said...

Would love to try one of these. I like the idea of using for pictures.

Bel said...

Can't wait to see your i-top bradmaker tool in action! Thanks for the opportunity! :)

Bel said...

I scrapbook as a way to remember and appreciate the everyday as well as the milestones, and as a chance and an outlet to use the creative part of me (my day job is pretty analytical!) and play with paper and colors, something which I've loved since a child! :)

Samantha T. said...

I would make lovely flower centers. This tool is amazing!

Samantha T. said...

I am a stay at home mom to 2 boys, so I scrap to stay creative and sane!

1nicsmom said...

I scrap book because it keeps me sane! ! ! ! It reminds me to be thankfull! ! ! !

HLGraham said...

why i scrapbook....well it's the only time i really get to spend doing what *i* want to do. I have two boys and a fiance and i'm the only woman in the house (even the dog is male) so anytime spent doing crafty kinda-not-male things is a good time for me. my boys sometimes like to sit next to me and paint or stick a billion stickers or scraps of paper on their own projects but mostly it's just me. it's my creative outlet, my time alone, my therapy. Of course the bonus is the pages i'm making for my boys and the rest of my family as well as capturing those moments that are all too fleeting. it's a win-win deal!

Westover's said...

I promised myself that I would never scrapbook. It was to expensive and took up to much time. Well, when my son went on a mission for our church and sent home pictures, I knew I had to start. Now I'm an addict, just like I knew I would be.

.♥.Charlotte.♥. (Life's a Charm!) said...

my sister would really enjoy this collection! great gift for her. great giveaway!
charm 32 @ y mail . com

Westover's said...

You are the first widget on my blog!
http://westover64.blogspot.com/

1nicsmom said...

just posted a lovely note on my facebook. i love this tool gotta win one!!!!

creativecowgirl said...

I just posted it on my blog!

http://creativecowgirl.wordpress.com

Amazing product!

R. said...

What a great tool for school! It would be a wonderful way for me to get my students into creative writing!

d'Dragon said...

Too late, story of my life, lol! I posted a message on imaginisce's Facebook page, where I also missed the announcement, but I don't know how to do Widgets (for a reasonably intelligent person, I just don't get it)! Someday, hopefully in the not-too-distant future, I can afford to purchase the entire set-up all at once. Fingers crossed!

Debbie said...

This tool is the iTOPS on my wish list right now! I would love to make photo buttons to put on a family tree canvas to hang in my house.

Debbie said...

I posted the widget on my blog and I wrote a post on it for all to see.

www.debseclecticthoughts.blogspot.com

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