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Friday, August 19, 2011


Another Tool time can only mean one thing... NEW TOOLS!
Yes, we have two new CHA release tools to share with you so we called upon our video tutorial guru
'Pinky' Hobbs
to demonstrate how to use our new i-rock Mini-iron and Little Snips.

Our very stylish and compact  i-rock Mini iron that fits in the palm of your hand.

These little snips are pocket sized and can be carried around safely in your hand-bag.





Can you just imagine all the wonderful items you can add a touch of glitz and glamour using the new i-rock Mini-iron and our four new iron-on cristal motifs.









GIVE-AWAY
We'd love for one of our followers to own their very own collection of today's tools and accessories so leave a comment telling us what you learnt from Pinky's wonderful video and also what item would you jazz up with one of our new iron-on motifs. We can't wait to hear all the fabulous ideas.

Winner will be announced tomorrow!





65 comments:

Pammejo said...

Oh, I have so been waiting to see this tool, a must have I just love bling and this will make it ever so easy to apply the large bling that Imaginisce has produced, can't wait to get one, thanks Pinky for showing how easy it is to use. TFS pammejo1@yahoo.com

Michelle said...

wow!!!...this is an exciting giveaway!!
i'd definitely jazz up my big rolling totes that i use for crops and workshops...
theyre basic black and would look so beautiful with some bling on them!
and i'd love using that little iron to keep my ribbon...for card making..all pressed....neat and pretty looking .

Nikki said...

I have some Halloween items I'm making that would look fabulous with your new jewels, and both of the new tools would come in so handy for them!

shannon said...

those are so cute. I learned that I need these tools. lol I would dress up my boring scrapbook cover and a few of my daughters shirts. So cute.

Lisa P said...

I can see glitzing up a tshirt or a cute bag to carry stuff around in. Fun!!

PamS said...

That iron is so adorable...I love how excited how Pinky got when she found the motif was actually stuck to the shirt! She is so cute.

Samantha said...

Awesome! Thanks for the great video too :0)

mommyof5kidz said...

Fantastic! I am loving it all! I have been "glaming" up my daughters' school stuff...iron on patches, 3 d fabric paint, gems and ribbon add a LOT of extra glitz and glam to a little girl's "back to school" wardrobe and it makes her unique! I would use the motifs on butt pockets of pants! They are perfect size I think! Of course I can think of a hundred other things to do with them too!

Lesabe said...

I learned that imaginisce is awesome and I cannot wait to check out this new tool!! Awesome idea and I have a couple tote bags that could use some fun jazzing up =)

Trexxann said...

Oh my! I think you made the mini iron for me!!! I was thinking for the umpteenth time today how much I need one of these to iron my ribbons and haven't been able to find one! I so love the motifs and think my daughter will definitely be benefitting with the blinged out jeans (dresses, shirts,bags...) she will be wearing! Those snips look amazingly handy - I can certainly see these tools ending up in my stash! Thanks for the awesomeness!!!

tndj said...

I have 2 totes that I would love to iron those motifs onto. That would look so sharp. Have lots of Tees that I could use it for also. Can you use the iron on paper for scrapbooking - she did not mention if you could or not.

Brittney said...

Thanks for the great video! I learned that this is so simple, and it's a must-have for dressing up my beach bag!

Tammy Swanson said...

What great ideas on ways to use the motifs! I was thinking I would use them to dress up the fabric covers of my scrapbooks. How fun would that be! Great new tools! I recently got the irock and have been having fun adding bling to all sorts of things. The iron & motifs will make it that much easier, and what a great idea to use it on ribbon! Thanks!

Frankenmunster said...

I didnt' even know somethig that cool, like the iron, was even coming out!!! I need to pay more attention! haha! I absolutely love bling on all my projects and this will make it easier than ever to apply the large bling that you have come up with. I SOOO can't wait to get one. Pinky did a great job showing how easy it is to use. Thanks again!! mrsfranks05@gmail.com

Nana's Paper Things said...

What such nifty little tools. I always hate to drag out my big iron and now I won't have to. I can see using the iron on my rolling carts to add lots of bling! Thanks for the chance to win!
LizW in TX

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

The tools have taught me that I need to bling up some of my boring t-shirts and some of my jean shorts. LOL. But I would most definitely bling up my crop bags. This way I can eliminate the headache of who's bag is who's. Many of us have the same bag and we place them under a table to release some of the stress.
Thanks for a chance to win these amazing tools.

Crop and Cruise said...

I learnt that I WANT ONE!!!! How fun to have a handy little iron AND you can add BLING with it!! Wooo hoooo!!!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

What an awesome video...so many possibilities to turn a drab tshirt into a one of a kind wearable. I could totally see jazzing up my kids lunch sacks and back packs with bling! Thank you for the chance to win!

Kelly Sas said...

I love the idea of your i-Rock Mini Iron! Being small I can have it on my crafting space all the time plus I can save my large iron for ironing. Pinky's tip on using the iron for ribbon is so helpful as I have wrinkled ribbon ALL the time! I have started using i-rocks on my art quilts so now it would be wonderful to use the iron-on Motifs on them.

Tona said...

I have lots of t-shirts that I could put those motifs on :) I love the way Pinky's turned out & it looks so easy. I learned that that handle folds down on the iron for storage which is such a great idea. I also really like that the motifs come on a sticky base so that you don't have to worry about it slipping before you're done ironing it on.

Scrapycandy said...

I really do have a lot of plain tops that could use some jazzing up and this is so simple! Thanks for the inspiration...just need to get going!

ET said...

Everything, It would make blinging everything so much easier so why not. I would bling it all. LOL
etfamily at wynndel dot ca

Michelle McClure said...

This definitely makes setting crystals a lot easier than using individual stones that you have to keep in place. Thanks for the video of the first time Pinky used the motif, so we really know it works.

Samantha T. said...

These are great! I learned that I really, really want these new tools!

Darlene said...

I learned the special tip of using the mini iron for ribbon! This will make heat setting crystals much easier than one at a time.

Annette said...

Well first i love Pinkys fun exciting demonstraion.. I love how easy she made it look. Thanks for the fun giveaway..

Teresa Wilkins said...

Oh, wow! I am going to Inspiration Unlimited in September and would love to have some of the new iron-ons to decorate a hat to wear! That would be so awesome! Thanks for the chance to win. Love the new iron!

Jan Garber said...

I had a tiny travel iron I kept with my craft supplies for years. My ex decided that he needed it more, I suppose, and I lost custody! LOL! These little tools are so perfect to keep nearby. Lesson: When a tool is too difficult to get to, you won't use it! I would love to add a bit of Imaginisce whimsy to my many purses I use during different seasons!

Kelly Massman said...

I learned how to use the cute iron! I think I would dress up some older t=shirts! thanks!
kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

WOW! What great new tools--I love this tutorial by Pinky because I am always afraid of getting new tools--this tutorial really shows how easy that iron is to use! THANKS! THANKS for the chance to win:) sbmmhoover at yahoo dot com

Kathy said...

Oh my, this is so so cool! Love iron-on bling, and would add them to shirts, my DGD's clothing, hairbands, gloves...might even try my sneaks! I am sure you will be coming out with way more styles of iron-on bling, and hope they will eventually come in colors! Cute mini iron, too!

Liz said...

I loved seeing the little iron in action and how simple it is to use ! And those snips are just too darn cute ! I'd love to decorate a plain baseball cap for myself - and I love how that iron so quickly worked just right the first time !

dlwidder said...

I learned that applying the motif is quick and easy and you can use the iron for ribbons too. :-D I would love to bling up my daughter's new princess backpack. :-D

Ange said...

Love the mini iron and the idea with using it to straighten ribbon. Love these products!!!

Kim M said...

Oh my, that little iron is fab, I always love Pinky's tutorials and she makes it all look so easy.

Kristal said...

Awesome video. Love the mini iron and the little snippers.

flamegirl said...

It would make it very easy to bling up the granddaughters jeans and dresses. Great size easy to handle and work with. Great tutorial.

Leah Crowe said...

How freaking awesome is that MINI iron!! I totally love that and pair it with the motifs.. dreamy!!!! I love everything Imaginisce!!! Great tutorial Pinky!!

~*~Amy~*~ said...

I love the little iron, perfect for so many things...I'm thinking good for making decorative Christmas bags this Christmas.

Love Pinky's video, simple to understand an just the right info!

Vicki said...

I love bling and the mini-iron is the cutest. I can think of loads of things to use this on - t-shirts, purses, hats, plus using the iron on ribbons.

StampinCathy said...

OMGosh! This mini iron is just to adorable and those scissors are so handy. Pinky did an amazing job on the video. I would love to add bling to shoes, hats, t-shirts, purses, and cards. The scissors are a must too. Thanks for a chance.

Deb A. said...

Love how the motif perks up the orange t-shirt. I would add one either to a t-shirt, album cover, or perhaps the hemline of my jeans. You could do a cloth purse, too, of course. I need those scissors for my purse...and another pair for my office at work! Great video, Pinky. Thanks!

Scrappin Dhilly said...

What a clever idea, love the mini iron. I'm going to be checking out my craft stores for it. It is a must have for me, I hate pulling out my iron for ironing ribbon, this little one will be perfect. Those scissors are very handy too. I also love how Pinky added the bling to her shirt, I love bling on everything that is why I love my i-rock so much! Great video, will be looking for these items this weekend, hoping they are in the stores!

McVic said...

ohhh cute iorn! love that the handel folds down for storage!
kacee

Mumsie said...

I love that mini-iron and the motifs! I bet I could use it to straighten out my ribbon too...

**Treefrog** said...

Oh that little Iron is just the Cutest! And you can Never have enough scissors, lol! Keeping my fingers (and toes) crossed, lol!
((Hugs)) Theresa

Colleen said...

I love the little mini iron. that is just what I need to help my younger daughter bling up her sister's handme down jeans so that little sis will wear them.

Lucy said...

All I can say is WOW! Pinky gets so excited. I love her work. This has so many uses to jazz up plain shirts, plain jeans, etc. Also it would be great to get wrinkles out of ribbon. Thanks for the chance :)

Scrappin' Nana said...

I think the mini-iron and motifs are great for jazzing up all kinds of things...shirts, hats, jeans, and maybe even paper projects! The fact that you can iron the wrinkles out of ribbon is an added bonus. Thanks, Pinky, for telling us about these products! Thanks, Imaginisce, for the chance to win them!

KristineWhittaker@gmail.com

Nannie of 3 said...

Love Pinky's honesty, she cracks me up. I love the fold down handle of the mini iron, and that the over lay remains sticky. Could you then reuse it with one of the stencils and stones/flat tops, of course removing the stencil once you have everything laid out, and then iron them on like these new guys???

Mary Pat Siehl said...

looks like another winner! i have the irock and glue gun--this looks great --i love that it can fold!

Chelle said...

I hope I am not too late. I learned that putting decals/gems on my clothing will be easy peasy with the iron. I think you could use it the same way with your irock gems though if you have them in the right place.
thanks for the chance to win some cool tools.

Scrapthat said...

Oooo I love the motifs and that mini iron...FABULOUS!! I could throw out my traditional iron if I won this!! I love the fold down feature as well! TFS AWESOME!

CheckerBeads said...

I love your tools! The fact you can do many gems at once is great for the iron. And the snips are really cool.

thanks,
Anne

Kelly said...

That little iron is the cutest thing ever! I would love to jazz up some of my plain t-shirts for myself and my daughter. Those snips are exactly what I've been looking for. Someone used something similar at an event I attended and I couldn't find them anywhere, I hope I win them. Thanks for all the fabulous giveaways and awesome products you put out!

Dawnll said...

Oh that is so darn adorable! I would love to use this to iron out some of my wrinkled ribbon-that shouldn't be.
Would probably use to make a mini album and accent the cover.
Thanks for always coming up with great new products

Jill Angel said...

My mind is racing with ideas to make with those tools. They are about the cutest little tools I've seen! Thanks Pinky for this great video :)
Jill
http://craftwithanangel.blogspot.com/

scrapunzel said...

I absolutely love these new tools. I love the fact that you can interchange your scrapping tools with your quilting tools which is what I think I could do with these. Pinky is AH-Mazing with her video tutorial as always. Thanks.

lecantojack said...

OMG... I love,love,love these tools that Pinky demo'd. I would use the iron on everything (my husband would kill me, but what a way to go). Buy my fave is the little snips - I think they would definitely come in hand cutting intricate things, and they would be great for my hands since I am starting to have problems using regular scissors (my joints just aren't what they used to be). Thanks for sharing and giving us all the opportunity to win one of they fab products!!

Brooke said...

Awesome new tools! I loved Pinky's video...it was neat to learn how to iron on the motifs, as iron-on's are not something I've done before. I would love to jazz up some little shirts and onesies for my new baby girl (due anytime now!). Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Cricut Couple said...

Oh, It would be so wonderful to win these tools! I have wanted a little iron for a while to help press out trims and things I use on my card, but to get one from you guys would just be wonderful! I love all of your products. Infact, I think the iron is the only thing I don't already have. Hee! Hee!

SherriB said...

I would love to win these tools! I'd probably add some bling to a denim jacket and a pair of jeans that I have. It would also look awesome on a tote. I've got all of your tools, so I definitely have to have these two also!!

sherri_braun@hotmail.com

Carolina said...

Love how easy it seems! Would definitely like to try it! And DD would love a bounty t-shirt!

Imaginisce said...

Pinky, you "brought it home" in this video!

Diana Joy said...

Cool. I learned how easy and handy that cute little iron is to use. I have a plain cloth purse I'd love to jazz up with the bling using that iron.

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