Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Sept. 18th: Spanning the Space, Creative Crayons, Giveaway, Autumn Splendor


Spanning the Space 

Clearly the Best, Stamping with Close To My Heart Promo

Spanning the Space features tips and tricks for stamping across multiple surfaces. For more information, contact your Close To My Heart Independent Consultant or find a Consultant at  http://www.closetomyheart.com/consultantlocator.aspx


GIVEAWAY DETAILS: 
We have a new giveaway this week. The fun My Acrylix® Love Blooms Stamp Set and we'll pick THREE lucky winners!! Here's all you have to do to enter to win...
  1. Watch this week's Spanning the Space episode and leave a comment here with what you could do with this awesome technique?? 
BONUS ENTRIES
  1. Leave a comment on the My Craft Channel Facebook page telling us what you'd do with this beautiful stamp set. 
  2. Facebook or Tweet about this week's CTMH episode and come back and leave a comment below saying you did. 
  3. If you haven't already, visit the CTMH website and locate the nearest CTMH Consultant using their consultant locator. Let us know the suggested consultant's name in the comment section.
Contest will close at 11:59pm MST on 9/24/12. Winners will be announced on 9/25/12.





PAST GIVEAWAY WINNER ANNOUNCED: 
The three winners of last week's giveaway of the My Acrylix® Trinity Alphabet Set is listed below. Please email us at mycraftchannelblog@gmail.com by 9/24/12 with your shipping information. Put in the "subject line" Frame It Up Stamp Giveaway. 

Carla (Carla's Cuttin' Up), Abigail Stoops, Cindy S



Everyday Creative 

Getting creative with crayons. Join artist, Liz Hicks from http://blogerisms.blogspot.com as she shares her love of being creative with every day items.

Featured Buy: Autumn Splendor Kit

Today’s kit includes 48 sheets of paper, including 12 specialty glitter paper, plus 1 12x12 sheet of adhesive elements, 1 12x12 sheet of adhesive alpha and number stickers, and one 12x12 sheet of chipboard glitter alpha and number stickers.  The warm colors are the perfect canvas for all of your fall photos. Check out the video to get information for a free project download.

MCC Price $18.99





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67 comments:

  1. Loved the technique on the Close to My Heart video. This solves so many problems that you can run across while stamping. I especially love stamping on the gift box.

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  2. Thanks for the prize! I sent my info!!!!

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  3. what a great way to make your own design patterns!!! love this idea!!! posted this on my facebook so all my scrapping and stamps friends can see it too!

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  4. oops! forgot to add that I have a WONDERFUL CTMH Consultant - DEBBY CHAMPE in Tucson, AZ her work is just beautiful!!

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  5. I have some boxes at home I'd love to use this technique on! (and did you know you have the dates wrong on this post? It says the giveaway ends 9/17 but it's a 9/18 post)

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  6. Great idea for making your own pattern paper,gift wrap paper and decorate the small paper boxes for jewelry. Thanks for the ideas.

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  7. I love how it looked on that box. I really have to try that. By the way, the sunshine card was fantastic. I wish I could have gotten a closer look.

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  8. Great idea! Loved how easily the stamp rolled over the edge. What a gorgeous set too...great for coloring and paper piecing! hugs, Kimberly

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  9. Loved and learned so much watching the video. I am a box hoarder so I will be giving the rolling over the edge a try.

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  10. With this technique I could decorate some of the boxes I have laying around-- love the idea of rolling the stamp over a box's edge !

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  11. I tweeted this week's CTMH episode :)

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  12. my suggested consultant is Jennifer Cox

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  13. I shared this giveaway on Facebook (Kindred Hearts)

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  14. I would use this to make some background pages for my cards. I love how soft the "fill in" part of the rose is. Sooo pretty!

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  15. making your own personalized gift wrap would be so cool! I posted on the page, facebooked about it and my lovely consultant is Terri Werges

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  16. I loved the technique of rolling over the edge, what a great way to decorate a box!

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  17. I would love to use this on my altered keepsake boxes, like photo boxes covered with scrapbooking paper then stamp with the stamp set and technique shown on the Spanning the Space video.

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  18. Thanks for the ideas! I'm new to stamping and I am excited to learn that there is so much more to do with stamps and ink than just stamp!! I would definately use this technique to create cards, boxes and gift wrap!!

    I shared on facebook, posted a comment to My Craft Channel's wall and I am my own consultant ;)

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  19. I love this technique! The box is just the right size for the homemade fudge I like to share at Christmas time. This would make my gift beautiful, as well as tasty! I'd love to win this set!

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  20. I posted on the My Craft Channel facebook page, as well as on my home page about the Love Blooms stamp set and the video.

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  21. My Close To My Heart consultant is Hiedi Wright. As a matter of fact, I'm having a CTMH party tomorrow night!

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  22. I recover Victoria's Secret, Chocolate Boxes etc with Vintage paper and then I would use it on those, matching cards, sides of canvas prints and 1001 more uses :)

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  23. I love to make boxes - this gave me ideas on how to better decorate them.

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  24. I left a comment on the My Craft Channel FB page.

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  25. Posted it on my Facebook page so my friends could see and learn this technique too. Great idea and very useful too. Thank you for sharing.

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  26. Shared this on my facebook page www.facebook.com/lzbthnn

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  27. I'm a new consultant but love to watch every videos posted, I am definitely learning alot from all this techniques and very grateful for all the tips. I would love to use this on my personalized gift and favor bags. Thank you!

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  28. The CTMH locator says my closest consultant is Joani Ochsner, but I do my ordering from Kathi Peterson because she is only .1 of a mile farther, but it's my side of town and I don't have to cross the highway.

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  29. Yay! I posted on craft channel facebook page what i would love to do with the CTMH stamp set!!
    Thank you :)

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  30. I shared about this episode on facebook.

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  31. Cyndi Stephenson is my closest consultant. Oh yeah, that is me. I am very lucky to be a Independent Consultant for these great products.

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  32. the consultant locator gave me 5 different consultant in my area, but I love my CTMH consultant ... Heather Stewart<3 she is the best !!

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  33. I have some real ugly boxes that I could turn into spectacular boxes with this technique. Plus you gotta add some bling to the box to make it complete! :)

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  34. My CTMH guru is Ms. Pamela Thor in West Virginia, the (said with emphasis) bestest crafter and imagination I know.

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  35. I love this technique. I do a lot of mixed media scrapbooking and having stamps that will cover multiple layers adds so much to the look. Thanks for a chance to win. I love that bloom set!

    Mindy hunt

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  36. I plan on making some cool "embellishments" to my scrap page by stamping, cutting out, and adhering with Pop dots!

    My super awesome CTMH consultant is Heather Schmuckal!! She's the absolute best around!!

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  37. I would pick consultant Karen Neal (that's me!)

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  38. I also tweeted about the giveaway

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  39. So many things to do with this technique...can't wait to try it out!

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  40. I would take the outline stamp and make pretty background paper!

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  41. Great Idea. I always have trouble stamping mul. layers

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  42. I'm getting ready to decorate a box for my recipe cards. This technique will work great for that!

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  43. I facebooked about and shared this

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  44. Thanks for the informative video. I love the gift box and how you stamped the edges. I would like to try this on clear glass ornaments. I wonder if this would work by using a permanent ink. I am not sure on how you could keep it from sliding, but since the glass ornaments are so cheap I guess I could mess up a few til I got it right.

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  45. I have that CTMH box and would love this stamp set to try that technique.

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  46. I made a comment on my facebook page, and linked the video for others to see.

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  47. I love to watch the My Craft Channel because of the many ideas presented. The Love Blooms Stamp Set is really awesome!!! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  48. The Love Blooms stamp set is gorgeous. Would love to win and try stamping on a 3-D object. This technique would work well on CTMH's 3-D Star.

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  49. I love, love, love the Love Blooms set. I so want to make a 3d Christmas tree with this set.

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  50. Love the Love Blooms stamp set, it is on my wish list, I plan on using this to stamp on my canvas journal that I am going to give my grandmother as her birthday gift, see she loves to write in her journal. So it's perfect. I've shared this on my facebook page. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  51. The love blooms set and spanning the space technique is awesome! I would stamp some wedding favor boxes for amy wedding! Thanks for the chance to win the stamp set :)

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  52. Love this technique, I am slowing down on my card making mode and getting ready to try my hand at gift boxes and bags, would love to win!!
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  53. I shared this tutorial and giveaway on my facebook wall for you!!
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  54. I commented on My Craft channels wall on FB
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  55. I shared the CTMH episode on my facebook page.

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  56. My suggested consultant is Patricia Johnson.

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  57. I love our flower stamps and especially roses are my favourite. I would have to make cards and maybe a box to hold them with this stamp set. Thanks

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  58. I would be the consultant...:) love it!

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  59. I love the Close To My Heart video so much that I posted it on my blog, Facebook pages, and shared it on twitter! I think it would be fun to use this technique on Christmas ball ornaments. The flower stamp set is gorgeous! It would be beautiful on cards, layouts or even a little girls lamp shade! Thanks for the fun videos!

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  60. I create a lot of keepsake boxes and this roll stamp technique works great. Another idea; I use stretched canvas for art and photography projects where I also use stamping. This technique works well on this too.

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  61. I create a lot of keepsake boxes and this roll stamp technique works great. Another idea; I use stretched canvas for art and photography projects where I also use stamping. This technique works well on this too.

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  62. I love Episode 3 and will definitely use these stamp techniques.

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  63. My CTMH consultant is the very talented Lori Sheppard From Hartselle, AL.

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  64. I absolutely love this stamp set! I look forward to using it on card boxes as shown and whatever else I can, I know I will use this one often.

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  65. I also just shared this on my FB wall. The recommended consultant for my area is, of course, ME! :)

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