Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Oct. 23rd: Tausha Hoyt, Stamp Behind the Mask, Chalk Ink

My Craft Studio: Tausha Hoyt 

Today's episode features one of our newest additions to the channel, Tausha Hoyt. Find out more about her upcoming new show series and how you can make your space more personal.
 
The Stamp Behind the Mask: Clearly the Best, Stamping with Close To My Heart Episode
“The Stamp behind the Mask” features masking portions of your stamps so that you only ink and stamp what you want to see. For more information, contact your Close To My Heart Independent Consultant or find a Consultant by clicking here.




LAST WEEK'S GIVEAWAY WINNERS
We're excited to announce three lucky winners from the giveaway last week. Please email us your shipping information with the "Tree Stamp Set Winner" in the subject line. You must contact us by 10/26/12. 
Suzanne Queen, Kitty, Donna Nuce

THIS WEEK'S GIVEAWAY DETAILSThree lucky winners will receive the My Acrylix® Words of Comfort Stamp Set.




HOW TO ENTER 
Watch this week's “The Stamp behind the Mask” episode and leave a comment here telling us which phrase you would use the most.

BONUS ENTRIES (3 possible):
  1. Leave a comment on the CTMH Facebook page thanking them for their support of My Craft Channel and letting them know YOU love their show on MCC! 
  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 10/29/12. Winners will be announced on 10/30/12.



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123 comments:

  1. I love the sentiment "May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow."

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  2. I went to CTMH facebook page and thanked them for the show and for supporting MCC!

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  3. I shared on facebook! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  4. What an informative video this was. I love that masking technique. I would use the Love and Hugs stamp the most BEFORE learning the masking technique. Now I am more apt to try all the others in different formats thanks to you guys!!! Hope I win that set so I can try them out!

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  5. PS- I left a comment on FB about this episode!

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  6. PS again! I found a consultant right here in my home town. Yahoo!!!

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  7. I know I could use "love and hugs" on almost anything. But, the "may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow" is the perfect sentiment for reaching out to someone who has had a recent loss.

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  8. The sentiment that I will use the most right now is "May God be with You".

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  9. I shared on FB about the newest Tuesday episode of "Clearly the Best" :)

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  10. I do know who my local CTMH consultant is ;)

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  11. I shared on Facebook. The phrase I would use is "Tough times are what friends are for. Sometimes we need a "god with skin on." Elsie

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  12. Ilove the phrase, May God be With You!

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  13. I love the stamp our hearts are with you. I have a consultant.

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  14. I showed CTMH some love on their facebook page.

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  15. I am proud to say that I am a Close to My Heart Independent consultant.

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  16. "With Heartfelt Love & Hugs" is the phrase that I would put together.

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  17. I shared the link for this tutorial on my facebook page. Loved the technique.

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  18. Closest Consultant is Me.....Maria Elliott! Just joined this month

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  19. Tough times are what friends are for....would be the most used for me I think!

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  20. Thanked CTMH and posted on my FB page...https://www.facebook.com/magicmemoriesbymaria

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  21. I thanked CTMH on their Facebook page and shared your link to this week's video (as Ruth Suttie Gauss)

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  22. Nanette Gudenkauf is my closest CTMH consultant.

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  23. "May looking back in memory comfort you tomorrow" is my favorite, although this set has so many great sentiments I think I'd use almost all of them!

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  24. My fave sentiment is "Tough times are what friends are for" because it can be used in many different situations. But, the most used stamp would be "With heartfelt sympathy" because, unfortunately, I make a lot of sympathy cards. What I like most about this set is that there are several different sentiments that I can use on the inside of the cards. I can see myself using most of these stamps over and over again.

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  25. I am the closest CTMH consultant. *Ü*

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  26. I love all these sentiments. My CTMH consultant
    is me

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  28. I would love this set! "Our hearts our with you" would be a great sentiment to use for a variety of occasions!

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  29. MY consultant would be Jennifer Brooks.

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  30. I love the "Out Hearts are with You" sentiment.

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  31. I would use "Love and Hugs" the most, mostly on my handmade cards.

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  32. I would probably use "May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow. The whole set is great though, very practical sentiments to have.

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  33. I would probably use the 'Love and Hugs' stamp the most at this point in time.

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  34. CTMH gave me Sandra Pickard as a consultant's name!

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  35. I love the sentiment tough times are what friends are for. thanks for the info on masking.

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  36. May God Bless You.... I have a wonderful consultant already!!!
    Mitsy#9

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  37. I left a comment on CTMH Facebook page.

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  38. I love the sentiment "Love and Hugs"

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  39. I would use "May God be with you" the most! But they are all great!

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  40. I left a comment on the CTMH facebook page!

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  41. I left a comment on the CTMH Facebook page!

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  42. I facebooked about this week's CTMH's episode

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  43. My closest consultant is Leticia Dias.

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  44. Suggested consultant's name: Patricia Johnson

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  45. what a great set! i like the "may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow"

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  46. May looking back in memory help comfort you in tomorrow. Love this phrase, this is how I have been dealing with my mother's death, through wonderful memories. My CTMH consultant is Gina Brandstetter!!!!!

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  47. Shared this weeks episode on my facebook page!

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  48. My CTMH consultant is Mary Jo Abel (Fargo, ND)! :)

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  49. Twitted this CTMH episode, love this effect.

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  50. I'd use "With Heartfelt Sympathy" most often. It could be used on the outside or the inside of a card.

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  51. I love the comment "It looks silly, but it works". :) And I shared on FB too. I love this technique and I definitely will use this with my new projects!

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  52. I commented and shared you all on Facebook

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  53. I would use "sending love and hugs" because we all need a little of this every day.

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  54. Wishing you Peace and Comfort and May God Be With You are the ones I'd use most but I love the whole set! Sandra Thompson is my consultant. I facebooked about the giveaway!! Thanks for the chance to win once again :)

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  55. These are all lovely sentiments, but I would probably use "May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow" most often.

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  56. I would use "May God be with you" the most!

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  57. And my consultant is ME! I just love CTMH products and love to each others how to use them.

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  58. Probably 'Love and Hugs' - love that one!

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  59. I found my closest consultant - it's me!

    Jennifer Cox

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  60. Love and Hugs is my favorite sentiment!

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  61. I like the "Love and Hugs" -- great for so many occasions!
    Jan B.

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  62. My consultant is Leslie Hegwood.

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  63. My super-duper consultant is Randi Collins!
    Jan B.

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  64. I would probably use the "Tough times are what friends are for" a lot. It's versatile and a TRUE statement!

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  65. I really enjoy these videos since I don't have TV. The old/new techniques are so great to share with my customers and workshop guests. I, too, am my own closest consultant! I don't have this set yet though and I love the "Tough times are what friends are for" sentiment. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  66. I think the sentiment I wold use the most it "Love and Hugs" It works with so many occasions.
    cathyplus5,blogspot.com

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  67. I shared the video on my FB wall, it is so neat!!
    cathyplus5.blogspot.con

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  68. The stamping sentiment I would use the most is Laugh times is what friends are for...That is such a dear sentiment.

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  69. Left a comment on the page and I also searched for the consultant nearest me, which besides myself was a couple of other women that I did not know about.

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  70. May God be with you, would be a well used sentiment for me!

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  71. Wishing you peace and comfort is my fave sentiment and one I have used before - but really it is a great set overall :)

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  72. I would use "love and hugs" the most for cards on the back in place of my "made with you in mind stamp"

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  73. I would probably use quite a few of them a lot but I think my favorite is "Love and Hugs." Such a cute and loving phrase!

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  74. I shared it on my Facebook business page.
    I also commented on CTMH's FB page thanking them.
    I finished by looking up the closest consultant to me and it is Me! Melissa Wyatt, Clarksburg, MD

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  75. I have shared the video link and thanked them for supporting you on their facebook page!

    My CTMH consultant is Debby Champe in Tucson, AZ

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  76. I think I would use "Tough times are what friends are for" Great sentiment. Hugs, Velma

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  77. Sheri Phillips - bsphillips@rogers.comOctober 23, 2012 at 7:28 PM

    I watched the video and I would likely use Love and Hugs

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  78. Sheri Phillips - bsphillips@rogers.comOctober 23, 2012 at 7:31 PM

    My consultant is Karen Smith

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  79. I think I would use the sentiment "Tough times are what friends are for" the most because I love making and sending cards to my friends!

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  80. The consultant that was suggested was Amy Kellogg.

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  81. I would use "Love and Hugs" most.

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  82. May looking back on memory help comfort you tomorrow I like he best but all the sayings are nice.

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  83. I tweeted about the CTMH masking episode on MCC.

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  84. I would say over and over "It's so easy to mask" and many different ways.

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  85. I am my own consultant, Joanne! yay for CTMH

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  86. May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow. That's so beautiful. Ramona Hagemeister

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  87. All the sayings are good ones. I would use "With heartfelt sympathy" the most. This is such a great stamp set.

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  88. I shared about this CTMH episode on Facebook. Thanks for all the helpful techniques and inspiration!

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  89. Love and Hugs would be my most used, followed by "our hearts are with you "

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  90. I shared this video link to FB, I am thinking I would personally see myself using all the phrases in my crafting the one I identify with the most is the phrase " may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow. I see this stamp set useful in so many ways, the sayings have such meaning tho simplistic. I only just got introduced to ctmh through a workshop I recently attended in a ctmh consultants home introducing the cricut artiste, another fabulous item to add to my must have list lol. I have a great consultant named Chantal Pearson of Calgary ab Canada she has helped answer my many questions provided inspiration and endless ideas and possibilities. Perhaps one day I may join the ctmh team myself. Love the products and support. Keep up the great work

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  91. Great show, like always....Love the "Thought times are what friends are for"...more on FB too

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  92. Love all the sentiments but I really like "Tough times are what Friends are for". Thank you for the chance to win!!! Love CTMH! My consultant is Lorrie Strebel.

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  93. I have checked out and friended CTMH facebook and website and posted on their facebook page and mine mentioning both sites and the videos here. I have also posted about it on my facebook page. I am the closest consultant but have just started and do not have this stamp set yet. Would love some free items. Cindy Hoeflein is the other consultant here locally. Thanks!

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  94. I love this set. I posted a link to the video on FB. My favorite of this set is "May looking back in memory comfort you tomorrow".

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  95. I love this stamp set... esp Love and Hugs... shared on fb and left a message on your fb page too! My fave consultant is Tamra Pope! She rocks :) Kathi

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  96. I love this stamp set and probably would use With heartfelt Sympathy the most, but I know I would use it all. I left a message on FB page and tried to share the video on my page, but couldn't figure it out, will have to work on that. Thanks for bringing CTMH onto My Craft Channel!

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  97. And BTW, I am the closest consultant in my area!

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  98. I left a message on FB - the phrase I'd use the most is "with heartfelt sympathy"- I think! They are all great sentiments though :)

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  99. "May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow" is my favorite stamp out of that set!

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  100. I would use "Love and Hugs" the most. I like how she used it in her layout too.

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  101. I tweeted about this weeks episode.

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  102. The suggested consultant nearest me is Ryan Casillas.

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  103. I'd use May God be with You the most

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  104. The closest consultant is Cheryl Mulford. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Liz

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  105. The sentiment I would be usingthe most is May God be with you and Love and Hugs, plus the flowers. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Liz

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  106. I stopped by CTH FB profile and told the I LOVE their show here on MCC!
    Thanks for the chance!
    Liz

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  107. I would use the "God be with you" phrase the most! Love the episode!

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  108. Shared the episode on my personal FB page.

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  109. Shared the episode on my Business Page.

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  110. Love and Hugs is the one I would use the most often. It would grace numerous layouts and cards, but the Tough Times are what friends are for would be a close second. Many people I know are having hard times unfortunately. Thanks you for the chance to win such an outstanding set. I adore CTMH!

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  111. HI would use the tough times phrase most often. My friends have been there for me through my tough times and I am blessed to have made it through them and will be there for theirs. Facebooked it,

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  112. I like the sentiment "Love and Hugs". Thanks for the chance to win this awesome set.

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  113. The nearest CTMH consultant is me! :)

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  114. I commented on CTMH's Facebook page and also shared the episode on my personal Facebook page. Thanks again!

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  115. The nearest CTMH consultant to me is Karen Neal.

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  116. I would use "Love and Hugs" the most since it can be used for so many occasions. Thank you :)

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  117. Edna Friman is my closest consultant

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  118. I shared the love on your CTMH FB page & shared the link on my FB page. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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