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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

New Product Video with Erin



Giveaway
So, hands up who would love to win their very own d-stress tool with all the new tips and the super cute new carry case? We are going to give one lucky follower their very own d-stress package and all you have to do is  leave a comment telling us which of Erin's gorgeous projects you would love to make at home.

Winner will be announced at the end of the week!

138 comments:

Scrapbookit said...

Wow What a great tool, would love one in my kit!

Holly and little people said...

I love the ornaments! That would be great to do for Christmas presents.

Hannah's Stampin' Nana said...

love love love this.. what a fun tool to have. crossing my fingers to win :-)

Gina Avery said...

I love this d-stress tool kit! Endless possibilities! I would like to try Erin's etching glass bulb ornaments. I have tried etching chemically but not with a tool like this. I am sure this d-stress tool kit can give me the exact results I am trying to achieve finally! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

SusanC said...

what a "cool" tool! I want to try the glass etching.

Desirae Pitt said...

i love this! you guys seriously make some amazing stuff!!!! i would love to try the brush tip! i think itd be fund for making christmas present labels! :) desiraepitt@Hotmail.com

Christina said...

Looks great! Thanks for a chance to win.

McVic said...

ohhhh this looks like a super fun tool! LOVE the case!!!
TY for the chance to win!
kacee
www.youhadmeatscrap.blogspot.com

Kari said...

this tool looks super fun! Would love to win it. Thanks so sharing! :)

FroggieStamps said...

I would absolutely love to make the glass etched ornaments, how fun! Thank you so much for the chance to win! :)

-Kelli
fabulousfrog@live.com

Mumsie said...

I distress paper a lot. That tool would come in handy. I would love to try making the glass etched ornaments.

Meriah said...

Love love love!!!!! This is a time saving tool! I really want to make my own monogramed ornamenents! This tool will come In handy! Love the brush tip too!
Thanks for sharing!

v said...

Wow! I didn't realize you could etch with this tool too! Very cool! I would use it most with distressing around edges of papers like Erin did with the flower:) I distress everything almost all the time:) I can't help myself :D

~Vanessa W

Anita Braddock said...

wow how cool is this. I love this tool you got me at Etching. it does so many things that I would love to have this tool to add to my Craftroom. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win this very cool tool.
abbraddock@msn.com

Amy's Designs said...

I love this. I love Christmas so I would love to try the etching on the bulb. It looks super easy and so beautiful.

mmspiker said...

Thanks for the awesome tips on how to use the D-stress tool. I'm really intrigued by the glass etching. That Christmas ornament is soooooo gorgeous.

silvia-haynes said...

What a great tool!!! I would soooo totally use the tool to etch on glass and make fabulous Christmas ornaments!!
Silvia
sillyscrap@aol.com

Cricut Critter said...

Oh No another must have from imaginisce! Can't wait to get one of these,it looks cool. Specially the glass embossing tool. AWESOME!

Dawnll - Dawn's Craft Place said...

I am so in to flowers and love the distressing!!!
I want to play with one of these fun tools. The case is fab.
Thanks for a chance to win

Leesa said...

The glass bauble was my favorite, I love my d-stress tool already but the new tips are great, can't wait to get some!

Nat said...

I loved the Christmas bauble. I have a new niece or nephew due any day now and it would be so great to be able to make him or her their very own Christmas bauble for their very first Christmas (which will be the first time we meet because we live so far away).

juli (sweetpz) said...

The ornament distressing is the one i'd love to try!
juli.chau @ gmail.com

Kathy said...

What a fun tool! I'd love to try the ornaments. Thanks!

dmtoyo said...

Wow, what a great video! I'll be on medical leave during the holidays & would definitely use the d-stress tool to etch and make my own ornaments. That was awesome!

Sam said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this cool new tool, it looks like so much fun and easy to use. Fingers crossed for this fantastic giveaway:)

madebyKarla said...

I'd love to make a distressed tag for my steampunk album! I could so use that tool right now! Thanks for the fun :)

Lezlye said...

Very Cool! I would have thought that it might have brocken the bulb! Glad to have another use for my distress it tool!

Toni Cartwright said...

WOW I so loved that etching on the Christmas Glass ornament but to be truthful i dont think i would do that often a bit scared glass will break, but i sure would distress all of the time as i love the ruggered look!!!
Thanks so much for the chance to win my fingers will be crossed

Dawn said...

i really need this, pick me pick me, i would make all her projects and so many many more. thanks so much for hosting this giveaway, ya'll rock!!

Monica said...

Great tool Imaginisce!! I have been looking for a distress tool and this does so much more. You guys have delivered! Thank you.

Amy C said...

Great tutorial!! I am loving the ornament she made and how the d-stress tool etched the glass. I think I would rather use this tool than mess around with the etching cream. Thanks for sharing!!

Kendra K said...

I would love to try the etching!

Ulysses' mama said...

I really like the ornament she made. Would love to win this tool!
Daladypej@aol.com

Naomi said...

I would love to have this tool to make and distress my own handmade flowers like Erin did with the Rolly Rosie!

Hlora said...

Oh, I would love to have this tool! But I am never lucky in any candies...
Thanks for the chance though..

Yaritza said...

I would make the ornament. What a great idea that was. Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary Pat Siehl said...

oh this tool looks awesome! i love the case! i think i would like to try the etching--how cool is that!

Jô Cavalcante said...

Olá , minha preferida flores artesanais como Erin fez com a Rosie Rolly

IrisGoddess said...

Oh my goodness! I would love a tool like this! I'm looking for ideas to make Christmas ornaments for my family right now, so this is perfect!!

Angie said...

I would LOVE one!

Danielle said...

Yes please! Thank you for the chance!
http://piperloo.blogspot.com/

Robin (Tqmnurse) said...

ok..that etching on glass has me swooning...I can so see me doing that. Thanks for the opportunity

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

me me me, please! i would love to win this awesome tool! that etching on glass would be perfect for project i had in mind..thanks for the opportunity

michelesscrapycreations35 at yahoo dot com

Khristen said...

Etching my own ornaments = awesomeness! Would love to have this residing next to my I-Rock :) Thanks for the chance to win!

EileenMV said...

I love everything!!! I love to distress so this tool will be perfect! Can't wait to try etching! evelez@panynj.gov

callyannc said...

Wow! She made it look so easy and an glass ornament to boot! Cool beaners! TFS CallyAnn
I would love to make those ornaments to pretty!
Love the flower too! EEEK waht do i choose???
CallyAnn(follower)
http://callyanncraftycreations.blogspot.com

Colleen B. said...

I would love to try this. I think the ornaments would be great teacher gifts. Thanks so much for sharing. Colleen nursecb05@yahoo.com

craftymom205 said...

Love the glass ornament.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Jean said...

Amazing!! I would try the ornaments and so impress my sisters!

Kelly Massman said...

I would really love to try making the ornament! How fun! Thanks so much for a chance to win!

Lucy said...

The ornament is absolutely grogeous! I sure would like to try doing that :)

Laura said...

Awesome tool!!!! I love to distress my projects so the brush tip would be great but I will love using the distressing tip on my flowers like rin did!

Michelle said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE erin's etched ornament...
I've always wanted to do etching on glass ornaments and eggshells..and think that this tool would be fantastic for that!..
so....i'm keeping my fingers...an toes... crossed..in hopes of winning!

AllyBug28 said...

I love Ornaments you can't go wrong with them :) Love this tool :)

Samantha T. said...

Oooh, I love this tool! I'd love to make those ornaments. Thanks for the video and the chance to win!

Lillian Child said...

OMG - I would LOVE to work with this tool! My favorite is the glass edging project that Erin showcased - what lovely holiday ornaments this would make to give as gifts!! This is going to be a MUST HAVE in my crafting tool supplies! Thanks for the chance to win one!

carrie said...

Would love to win this! I really enjoyed the video. I would want to make the wonderful ornaments! Thanks for the chance.

Tami B. said...

I love the glass etching. It looks like you may get better results with this than you do sometimes with the etching paste.

Brittney said...

Love the video - thanks! And, I'd absolutely love to try making the glass etched ornaments. How fun!

Victoria's Place said...

I would love to win this! Hard to choose one project, but I think the Ornaments would be my pick. Thank you for the chance to win!

Drayia said...

I love the christmas ornament. Great new case and tips. This is on my wishlist for sure. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

~mindi~ said...

I would use the helk out of the distressing tip! I seem to end up with ink to my elbows every time I try to ink the edge of something!! LOL not sure how that happens :) Thanks for the chance to win such a wonderful multi-purpose tool!

Thebug415 said...

Just watched with my 4 year old. She is just as amazed as me! We both loved the glass etching ornament the best.

Kristal said...

OMG how I would love to win this tool, I have been drooling over it since I saw it previewed several months ago. I love what Erin has done to the tags, and I think all my tags would have to be distressed now that I have seen this. THanks for the chance to win.

Holly said...

Oh I love this tool! Its amazing! I would love to attempt the Chrismat bulb technique. It is amazing! Thanks for the chance to win!

hollyshobbie at gmail dot com

April said...

Wow, that's amazing!! I totally loooove the ornament. What a great tool this would be to add to my collection! Thanks for the chance to win. :)
- April W

slotr04-scrapjazz said...

WOW!!! Love those ornaments!!!! This is a gotta have!!!!

Scrap and Stamp Buddy said...

This would be great for many of my projects but making glasses for my daughter's upcoming wedding is the first project that came to mind! I love how you can use the tool to etch glass!

Lolô Artesanato said...

I would love to have this tool to make and distress my own handmade flowers like Erin did
Tks for the chance to win
Leila
leilacassimira@gmail.com

Char said...

Loved the glass ornament and this is something I think would look great on my tree! Very pretty!

Jade said...

The etching was SOOOOO COOOOL but I do a lot of edge distressing so that part of the tool has definitely won my heart! I definitely want to make the ornament though - so pretty!

Hilde/Scoobie said...

What a handy tool!I can totally see my self etch glass, both drinking glasses and ornaments as shown!

Lindy said...

Absolutely gorgeous ornament!!! What an awesome tool!!! I would love to try the flowers!!! Thanks for the chance!

June Houck said...

I'd love to make all 3 of Erin's projects…tags are terrific to add to a gift or a LO, the etched ornament makes great teacher gifts, but the roly rosy is completely new to me and I have been drooling over them for months here at the Imaginisce blog :)

Tammy L said...

I love the new case and accessories! I REALLY want to be able to make those ornaments! What a fabulously cool project and great for little hostess gifts for the holiday season. Thanks for the chance to win!
tammy
tampatha01 at gmail dot com

Rosalynd Kelly said...

What a versatile tool! I would love to try the glass etching on the ornament...so beautiful!

Jamie said...

WOW! I love that you can etch glass with this tool. The ornament is my favorite project:)

Tigerrlyli said...

That kit is so cool! The etched ornaments are my favorite project. I love the way they turned out and would make great crafts to do with kids.

Cyndee K. said...

Love the distressed flower - how perfect that it fits in all the little crevices!

*Star said...

Super cool kit! I'd love to try all the projects but the one I'd like to try first is the glass etching one. I think these would be great Christmas gifts. :)
stars paper passion at gmail dot com
starspaperpassion.blogspot.com

CheckerBeads said...

I would love to use if for inking edges, like the tag she made. I have such trouble using the ink pads to do that!

Anne

sandra said...

I definitely NEED one of these!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

Nana's Paper Things said...

What a great tool! I love the ornament and this would be great to have so that I could make some for Christmas! Thanks for the giveaway!
LizW in TX

Michele B said...

Wow! What a neat toy - oops! I mean tool! Love to distress almost everything, so it would be well used! Both hands are in the air saying I would love to win it!!!

Aubrey G said...

I loved the etched ornament, I'd just be so worried I would break it in the process!

Sharon said...

What a great tool!!! Love the Christmas ornament!! :)

Ange said...

LOVE the inking brush tip!!! I would get a ton of use out of that. But I think I'd love to make some of the christmas ornaments too.

Jan Garber said...

I ink everything! How much easier would my life be with that great brush tip?!!! This tool has endless possibilities!

turleyH2O said...

the etched ornament

{VICKI} said...

i like the bush tip---my fave is the tag

chelita said...

I can't decide which tip I liked the most! The glass etching tool has gotten me thinking of possible future gifts :)

Darla said...

Loved all of her projects and the one I would use the most would be the ink distressing but it is quite amazing that you can etch glass with this handy tool!

jan farnworth said...

i think etching the glass bulbs would be neat thanks for the chance to win.

Amie Ledesma said...

Awesome! Thanks for a great giveaway!

snipssnailsandalittlespice said...

Cool tool! I would love to try the etching with it.

Beth said...

Would love to win this tool. I would use it mostly for distressing paper for scrapbooking, but I love the distresses tags! Thanks for the giveaway.

Beth Esterbrook

ShoppingTamii said...

The inking on the tag....right up my alley :)

loving3boys1girl said...

Love this kit! The tool is going on my must have list! I'd love to try and make the etched ornament! Thanks for the change to win!!

~Tracy

Kathy said...

WOW! This is the best tool yet! Love that etched ornament Erin made....what great gifts these would be! And I love how easy this tool makes distressing the edges of the paper flowers! So cool!

Lisa P said...

Love the etching. I bought a dstress tool and it broke after my first time using it. I wasn't able to return it to where I purchased it because it was too far of a trip. I would love to replace it with a new one. The case is sooo cute~

mimisimon said...

This is a great tool! I love distressing paper edges and the brush tip looks like fun to us for inking.

Kim H said...

very nice tool & kit =) Love all that it can do. All the projects were great, but the use of the brush tip on the Welcome Back to School tag was my favorite. Thank you.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHHH! Another fab tool! I love that etched ornament Erin created--SO FUN! Thanks for the chance to win:) sbmmhoover at yahoo dot com

Raven said...

**Hands Up!** I would love to add this tool to my imaginisce tool kit! Thanks so much for the great video, and the chance to win!

ravenrt@gmil.com

http://www.rochambeau-ravenrt.blogspot.com

Carol said...

Love the ornaments, great idea!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

flamegirl said...

What a great tool. The etching on the ornament would be so much fun. You make it look so easy. Thanks for the great video and the chance to win.

Liz said...

At number 107 I doubt ill get picked but I woud make them al bomb diggity on that tool

Melinda AKA medialady said...

I love the etched ornament!!! Awesome tool!

tracey said...

I really like the etched ornament but I love the last project-the flower with the distressed edges...so pretty.

Sue D said...

I like the glass etched bulb.

Leah Crowe said...

oh wowwww i love the etched bulb!! My hands up.. way WAY UP!!!!!

Bhane said...

love to try the glass etching...

Lucky Charms said...

OMG which one wouldn't you want to make??? I love distressing so definitely the tag and the flower, but that ornament looks pretty cool too.... Thanks for the chance to win.

TeacherMom said...

Wow! Cool tool! I love it all but thought the glass etched ornaments were spectacular. I would love to try these for Christmas gifts. Thanks so much for the chance to win the kit!!!
TeacherMom
gaudet5 at rogers dot com

M Munn said...

I sooooo "need" this handy little tool!!! Seriously, that Christmas ornament is a "must make" for the upcoming holiday season!!!

Thanks for sharing!

Amy E said...

Thank you so much for the video!!! I was never sure what one of these would do, but now I know! I LOVE the glass etching ornament!!

amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

Sherry Ann said...

Great video tutorial. Love the glass ornament. I think I have to have this tool!

Paula said...

What an amazing tool. Thanks Imaginisce for another great product. I loved all the projects, but the glass etching was my favorite and I'd love to try it. This tool is a must have for sure!

pvcreations2010.blogspot.com
paula8@optonline.net

Melissa Kaye said...

Super cute projects! I really liked the ornament and the Love card. Thanks for the giveaway!

Brett said...

I love all her projects, but I would have never thought of etching glass with this tool! Super cool!

mitchmac said...

What an awesome tool - the best project has to be the glass bauble - what a clever idea!

Kim. said...

I love this tool, all the projects are gorgeous but I would love to do the glass etching.
Kim xXx

Kimberli said...

All her projects were so neat and such a variety of things to do all with one tool!! Honestly, I'd love to try all the techniques she showed in the video, but definitely the glass etching would be first! Thanks for the chance to win, I'd love to have one of these tools!!

Liz said...

I've wanted this tool for a long time now, but now with the cool case, I really want it all. My favorite was when she distressed the Roly Rosie - another Imaginisce product I am dying to try !

Larissa Heskett said...

I love the edging feature!! The tag was sweet!! I would make all sorts of thing for the holidays with this tool!! THANKS for sharing the video!! =)

gypsykate said...

what a cool tool. A must for my tool kit.

Michelle Jadaa said...

oooh i never thought of glass etching.....now i want one!!Its not fair,i cant possibly get all your great products without risking a divorce lol!

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

I absolutely <3 your video!!! I would definitely be interested in trying the glass etching on the ornament. It came out so pretty!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!! -Sam :-)

SamanthaJDesigns @ hotmail.com

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

Great tool kit. It's a must have for any crafter. Thanks for the tutorial

mistyls said...

i would love to have this tool to use i scrap & distress paper n chipboard! it would soo come in handy!! thanks for the giveaway! :)

ricknmisty@live.com

Hattie said...

What an awesome tool - it'll have to be on my wishlist for sure! I would love to use it to try to make the ornaments for Christmas presents! Thanks for a chance to win.
hmcwhirt@gmail.com

Melissa Bell said...

Oh my gosh I love how versatile it is! The etching is awesome. I can think of so many possibilities for this!

smyiow said...

Oh my goodness! I love it!! I love your guys' videos. So imformative! I want one!!

my-o-scrappin.blogspot.com
smmyiow@gmail.com

Pamelamma said...

I ink the edges of projects and scrapbook pages frequently. Oh, how I would love to use that tool to do it! I adore your back-to-school tag. Here in NYC, our kids just went back to school on Thursday, so we are in back-to-school mode here. Thanks for the great project tutorials and inspiration!

Katherine said...

Wow, I didn't realize how much this tool would do. I thought it was just for sanding and distressing edges of paper. I definitely want one!

Alisha said...

WOW!!!, homemade ornaments, what possibilities. That would be amazing to win.
alisha.moorenielsen@gmail.com
http://scrappin-happens.blogspot.com/

Sammibug said...

Wow, What an awesome tool! I need one of these!

Tracey McNeely said...

What a fabulous new tool. Definitely a must have. After seeing it in action in Tuesday's video--I have to have it. Thanks for the chance.

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