Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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183 comments:

  1. Hybrid scrapbooking or desinging my own digital scrapbooking line

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  2. Digital scrapbooking and quilting would be nice.

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  3. I would like to learn how to make custom dolls, or rework dolls that I see liek tonners and reborn.

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  4. If unlimited money and time--I would really love to pick up jewelry making--soldering, beading, etc.

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  5. Watercolor painting!


    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. What type of craft would you most like to learn if you had unlimited money, space and time???....... I would like to learn how to do glass blowing...

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  7. I would love to do silver fusing.

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  8. I would love to work with precious metal clay and sterling silver!

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  9. Pottery making has always intrigued me!

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  10. I think quilting....I love my quilts that I still have that my grandma made :)

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  11. I would love to learn to throw pottery on a wheel!

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  12. I would try my hand at digital scrapping ... and making family photo books in addition to family recipe books for everyone in our clan.

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  13. If unlimitied time and money, I would love to learn jewelry making.

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  14. Photography. Definitely photography. I'd buy a really nice DSLR and photoshop. I learned photography back when there was not digital options, and now it's not really feasible to use film (and my 35mm cameras are really old and don't work properly any more).'

    Digital is the way to go.

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  15. I think I would love to learn quilting. I've always adored the beautiful quilts from afar. Tempted my own a couple of time, but never really got the hang of it. As far as paper crafts, DIGITAL scrapbooking. I like the idea for fast layouts, but I love the texture that adornments make to the page also. Hmmmm....

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  16. I would love to learn wood working....and build something fantastic all by myself :).

    Selenaintx

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  17. I would love to learn how to do fused glass.

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  18. If I had unlimited time and money I would like to learn how to do glass blowing. The idea of starting with just a glob of glass and then forming it into something beautiful by "breathing life into it" is just amazing to me!!

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  19. All of them! I love all crafts so I would like to invest the time and money in learning the in's and out's of all of them. So that instead of being a Jack of All Trades and Master of None I could be a Master of All! LOL

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  20. Japanese silk painting and japanese silk embroidery - its an awesome craft but very expensive to get into especially the silk embroidery.

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  21. Painting is truly a passion in my life and I would love to have ample canvases, paints, a loft studio, and access to network all the finest galleries!!!!
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    Jessica

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  22. I would love to learn how to do tatting, it is a lost craft and I would love to know how to make my own lace. I could use it on all my crafts.

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  23. I would love to do jewelry making and also quilting.

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  24. metal smithing and using PMC clay. I would LOVE to do that and I would encorporate my love of papercrafting by making all the tags for my new jewelry.

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  25. I want to learn to knit and crochet!

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  26. I would love to learn how to make my own jewelry. I love buying fashion jewelry but making my own would be so much fun.

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  27. I'd say knitting, but I've tried a little bit and I'm awful. So I don't think any amount of money space or time would make a difference. So I would say jewelry making. One of these days . . .

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  28. I would love to learn glass blowing, I saw it in Niagra falls being done and it is so cool!!
    Kristan

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  29. I would love to create pottery! I already have a collection going. Everytime I visit the Smokey Mountain area, I have to also visit the pottery studios as well. Hmmm? Maybe hubby would consider converting the garage? LOL!

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  30. I would love to learn how to do tatting, it is a lost craft and I would love to know how to make my own lace. I could use it on all my crafts.

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  31. I would love to learn how to create beautiful blown glass creations.

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  32. Hhmmmmm, this is a difficult question!!! If I could learn how to anything well (there's so many things) I guess it would have to be how to learn how to take better pictures to use on layouts, as well as how to make better layouts!
    Sue O

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  33. This may sound funny, but I would love to make a miniature dream house with all the decorations and furnishings. I have always thought that would be something fun to do in retirement. Although I'm not there yet, I would start early if I had the resources and the time.

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  34. I would love to learn glass blowing.

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  35. I would love to learn to make lampwork glass beads.

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  36. This really isn't a craft, but goes hand in hand with my love for scrap booking. I would love to learn the real art of photography!

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  37. I think I would love to learn how to edit photos like the amazing photographers do. I love taking pictures but they never turn out as great as I would like them to.

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  38. I'am so doing what I love SCRAPBOOKING my family milestones, vacations, special occations. My new love is making mini scrapbooks.

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  39. Mural painting. That would be so cool!

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  40. I would enjoy learning how to work with stained glass.

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  41. I would become a digital scrapbook designer. I would love to have my own line of scrappy stuff! I also love photography and would invest in a new camera and some classes to further my knowledge in that area as well. ;)


    Mandy Sullivan

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  42. I want to learn to sew and quilt

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  43. World Love To Bülow Glass-- it's a beautiful Art!

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  44. I can't pick one...I try to do them all, and then grouse because I don't have the money to finish...so I would do them all! ;o)

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  45. I would love to learn how to sew and quilt. Of course, I would not only need unlimited money, but unlimited time as well!! LOL! :)

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  46. Digital scrapbooking...looks as addicting as card making!

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  47. stained glass or jewelry casting/stone setting

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  48. I would like to learn to knit and crochet.

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  49. Honestly, I love scrapbooking and would love to take every class out there to learn more about it "from the masters" of all kinds of papercrafting (recently May Flaum, Heidi Swapp, Tim Holtz, and coming up True Scrap 3!)

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  50. Painting for sure, the supplie are so expensive!

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  51. Actually would love to play with mixed media....have some things, but to do it up right you need quite a bit of different art mediums....and a class wouldn't hurt!....lol.

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  52. With all the money to do it, there's one craft I would love to learn. That is how to make ceramics. From pouring it into the mold, cleaning, firing, painting and firing again.
    Behind that would be how to make better scrapbook layouts.

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  53. Photography! Definitely photography. What better way to make my scrapbooks more beautiful then to have the best pictures to put in them. I would make the biggest photo lab in my house and edit all my own photos. With a huge scrapbook room right beside it of course!

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  54. I would love to learn more about jewelry making. It seems like it should be so easy buy I have no clue where to even start.

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  55. Mixed Media would be my choice. It seems like I'd have to buy a lot of supplies, though.

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  56. I guess i would want to learn how to make more pop up or interactive activities in scrapbooking or card makin

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  57. Digital scrapping and learning everything there is to know on the full version of photoshop!

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  58. I'd love to learn all I can about scrapbooking including photography, color, design and have all the tools that would help me do a better job

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  59. I would love to learn graffitti...I could then tie it into my layouts and cards...

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  60. jewelry .. inexpensive jewelry that looks fabulous.

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  61. I would love to do some scrapbooking and jewelry making!

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  62. I'd like to have a potter's wheel and kiln. I'd also have to have an artist's studio.

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  63. Quilting! I love my paper crafts because they are each different, but I love to work with fabric!

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  64. I would love to work with the silhoutte machine to make vinal wall decals. I think that would be a fun side business.

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  65. If I had unlimitied money, I´d love to learn jewelry making

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  66. I'd love to try my hand at pottery. Playing in mud sounds like fun!

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  67. Photography....brand new dslr camera would be a dream come true!

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  68. Enhanced Digital Photography would be my thing! I take so so many pictures and would love to be able to learn how to edit them and create visual collages, alter the pictures, remove the "dead" background that detracts from the image captured, etc. Would love a tutor to work with me!

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  69. I would love to learn to weld and make waterfalls and garden decor

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  70. I would love to have a kiln and fire ceremics.

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  71. That is such a hard question to answer, because I truly love all kinds of crafting. The one I would want to be able to do is woodworking. There is so much I could do with wood in my paper crafting. But who has the room for all the large wood cutting/carving tools. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  72. Stained glass and metal working.

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  73. I would love to learn out to paint and have a crafting studio.

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  74. Ohhh, stained glass and glass blowing have always intrigued me.

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  75. There are so many things, but it's either stained glass of wood working.

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  76. SOO fun! Quilting. My mom quilts and I am not good...

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  77. glass blowing...everytime I see a work, I wish there were more hours in the day to do work like that :)

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  78. so many to choose from, I'd have to say knitting though

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  79. I would love to learn sewing in general. I have a sewing machine that has done nothing by straight hems. LOL. Also in the sewing arena I would love to create fabric flowers for hair decoration.

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  80. Great question!
    If I had unlimited $, space and time I not only would get some of my fav scrapbook designers but also my fav blog people to come where I live-rent out spaces in hotels for them to show me how to put together all the scrapbook things I have collected. Obviously not all @ the same time. After I used most of my stash. I then would invite others in to create. Women who are in our local shelter, teens and children from the childrens home. I'd do research on who could use a pick me up. Creating does that picks you up. So scrapbooking and card making would be the craft I would continue to learn.

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  81. I would love to learn digital scrapbooking and how to become a better photographer.

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  82. Woodworking! I would love to make beautiful furniture, hutches... all those things that I dream about!

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  83. I would love to learn to do digital scrapbooking! Or would love to learn more wood home decor/ crafts. I love any kinds of crafts as well as scrapbooking!

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  84. With unlimited funds and space, I would like to learn more jewelry making techniques. Thanks! I'm addicted to My Craft Channel!

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  85. I would like to learn to make pottery

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  86. I would love to learn how to make jewelry.

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  87. mine would be stain glass Its so pretty

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  88. I would definately love to learn more about photography and all the editing software. I think it would enhance my pictures of my crafts. I would love to take professional looking pictures of my family too!

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  89. sewing. I would love to learn how to sew beautiful garments. I have dreams of having a light flooded sewing room with one of those dressmaker busts. I am definitely not talented in this area so I would need tons of classes and lessons to help me on my way.

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  90. With unlimited time and space it would have to silk screen printing large and small.

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  91. I would learn mixed medium crafting on canvas and shadow box ... ;-)

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  92. I would love to learn how to knit something other than a scarf. :)

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  93. I think it would be making my own clothes :)

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  94. My love right now is making canvases. I would love to get pan pastels, stencils, stamps, markers, papers, embellishments and all brans of acrylic paints, if money was no problem.

    Thanks MCC

    Carmen L

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  95. I'd love to buy a loom and learn to make some scatter rugs that would last longer than a month!

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  96. i have always been fascinated with glass blowing techniques... trying to manipulate the glass to what you want but in the end its the glass that makes the decision (lol)

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  97. With unlimited time and money, I would love to make scrapbooks for friends and family and to sell as well.

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  98. I would love to learn sewing and quilting!

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  99. I've always been fascinated with stain glass. I think it would be cool to make a project or two. But I'm afraid with unlimited funds I'd still buy more scrapbooking stuff. LOL
    tina
    http://tiggersscrapplace.blogspot.com

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  100. I would like to learn a lot more about inks and have the money to invest in a bunch of those goodies!!!!!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  102. If I had more time and money for lessons I would love to sharpen my knitting skills!

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  103. I would love to learn to oil paint.

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  104. If I had unlimited time, money, and space I would definitely paint more, and take more lessons.

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  105. If time and monet were not an object~I would LOVE the learn glass blowing and glasswork.

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  106. I like to try my hand at stained glass artwork if I had the time and money!

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  107. I would like to learn to work with vinyl on walls...large areas.

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  108. I love to learn more about quilting. I'd definitely need time money and space for that---lol.

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  109. I'd love to learn how to paint & sew!! I would love to make homemade quilts!!
    debpaint16@aol.com

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  110. I would like to create with stained glass.

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  111. I would love to learn how to create my own digital scrapbook pages using Adobe.

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  112. Photography! I have a SLR camera that I have not mastered yet! Money for the lens and time for some classes, and to play.

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  113. I would really love to learn cake decorating!

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  114. I would love learn more about Knitting, crocheing(spelling). I just can't get the hang of it. LOL Thanks for the opportunity

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  115. I would like to learn digital scrapbooking with 12X12 pages. and would have an endless supply of paper embelishments!!! :)

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  116. I would love to learn jewerly making

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  117. i would be interested in jewelry making!

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  118. I would love to learn how to work with the cricut imagine and explore all the new cartridges.

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  119. canvas art, mixed media, pan pastels, incorporating sewing in my art. More time and money for me would mean more product, more classes, so much to learn.

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  120. I would love to learn mo about photography and, along with that, more about Photoshop and digital scrap booking...with a really sweet computer to use!

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  121. I would love to do digital scrapbooking. They can do a ton of things us traditional scrapbookers can't do.

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  122. Oh so many! However I would have to say on the top of the list is learning how to use my Cannon Rebel at its best. Also, know how to put a cool blog together.

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  123. I would really like to make my own cloth covered buttons. They add such a nice touch when card making or scrapbooking.

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  124. Quilling looks so cool. I would love to learn to do that with paper.

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  125. I would like to learn to make lampwork beads and do glass fusing.

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  126. I think I would love to get into jewelry making, silversmithing, and blacksmithing. I love the idea of heating the metal and shaping or hammering it and turning it into something unique and beautiful.

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  127. Oh I would love to learn how to do those stained glass those beautiful windows with gorgeous colors and designs; not even sure if that is the right names of it....but the sauntering and sort.

    Unlimited money, time and space oh what a crafters dream:0)

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  128. I would love to learn how to quilt! I've always been and admirer quilts; they seem timeless to me :)

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  129. i love to crochet and knit and i would like to learn to more about scrapbooking and quilting

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  130. I would love to learn jewelry making, including making glass beads!

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  131. I would love to learn how to quilt, they are so beautiful.

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  132. Quilling looks cool - don't think it requires much room or tools - just not sure I have enough patience!

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  133. I would love to continue learning about paper crafts, I just wish I had just a little bit of knowledge that you all have. I have learned so much watching My Craft Channel. Thank you.

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  134. Jewelry making is something I would love to try:) If I was rich;0)

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  135. I would love to learn how to paint for decor in my home.

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  136. I would love to learn more about paper crafting, but I would also like to learn more about photography and pottery.

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  137. I've always wanted to learn to quilt!! Right now all my money goes into scrapping and card making!

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  138. I would like to be certified Copic Instructer

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  139. after traveling to the Middle East, I would like to fine tune my jewelry making and work with silver.

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  140. I would love to do more with Copic pens. I love coloring in stamps. I guess a close runner up would be working with stain glass.

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  141. I would love to learn the art of long arm guilting!

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  142. I love to Scrap. However, if money were not a factor, I would really start collecting scrapbooking tools and all the paper and embellishments I dream of using.

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  143. I would love to learn how to quilt. They are so beautiful and it is something that you can easily do while you are sitting with your family or friends or watching a good movie.

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  144. Jewelry

    carolinejaco at gmail dot com

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  145. I would love to learn more about Copic pens. Everytime I do something with Copic, I love the look, but I know I could do so much better with more than just a couple of classes.

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  146. I would learn how to quilt better. I can do basic quilting but not some of the stuff I would like to be able to do.

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  147. I love card making, scrapbooking is something that I really need to get into, I have so many photos!

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  148. I would love to learn how to use Copics the right way-not my feeble "learn as you go" attempts.

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  149. I would like to learn to make stained glass windows and window hangings.

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  150. I would love to learn how to paint artwork for our home walls

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  151. I would love to do Glass etching for Weddings and such
    This was a blast as a kid in High school Craft class
    Ive never been able to produce the supplies to have fun with this
    Thanks for the chance to win and i am sharing
    thanks
    Lisa
    Lilfeatherscrappin@yahoo.com
    lilfeather.blogspot.com

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  152. To learn how to be more creative and scrapbook better and faster!!

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  153. I'd love to learn glass blowing.

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  154. I would like to learn how to work with metals

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  155. I fabulous setup for Hybrid scrapbooking and card making. Also Ranger U certified to teach, simply amazing!

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  156. So hard to choose....I would love to work with glass-glass blowing or making stained glass. Another would be photography...lenses and software are so expensive

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  157. I scrapbook and have just started art journaling. I would love to learn to draw/paint to add more to my LOs and journal pages. Thanks for the chance to win

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  158. I would love to learn watercolor.

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  159. Love to drink iced tea or coke.
    gman2@cox.net

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  160. I would love to learn how to quilt!!!

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  161. I would love to learn how to sew like a pro. I can't even sew a straight line.

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  162. I would like to enlarge my craft room so I could do all the crafts I like and not be so confined.

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  163. mixed media art, layout and mini album.

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  164. I would have to say scrapbook and cardmaking still in that I'm a newbie to this. Purchasing supplies are quite expensive so what a party it would be to have unlimited funds and time to devote to it.

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  165. I think it would be super cool to learn how to do custom letterpress. So pretty!

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