Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Oct. 30th: Diaper Box Upcycle, Monograms, CTMH, Sassy Cashmere Dame Kit

My Craft Studio: Leanne Jacobs 

Join Kristine McKay as she hosts the very talented Leanne Jacobs from "Decorate & Organize Everything". Leanne shares how simply covering diaper boxes with fabric can help both organize and decorate your space.

 
The Magic of Monograms: Clearly the Best, Stamping with Close To My Heart Episode

“The Magic of Monograms” shows you how to make personalized office supplies and household items with the My Acrylix® Monogram stamp sets. 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 "Words of Comfort Stamp Set" in the subject line. You must contact us by 11/5/12.
Ms. Lucie, Karen M, Peneeeee

THIS WEEK'S GIVEAWAY DETAILS 
Three lucky winners will receive a My Acrylix® "K" Monogram Stamp.




HOW TO ENTER 
Watch this week's “Magic of Monograms” episode and leave a comment here telling us how you would use a monogram stamp and which monogram you'd choose.

BONUS ENTRIES (3 possible):
  1. Visit the CTMH Website and check out which of the Online Ideas Books was the most inspiring to you and why. 
  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 11/05/12. Winners will be announced on 11/6/12.



Featured Buy: Cashmere Dame  

Talk about girl power with lot’s of Sass! You will receive 6 sheets of double-sides 12x12 patterned paper, one 6x6 paper pad with 36 sheets, one package of stitched/gathered crepe paper trim, one package of 12 What-not die-cuts, 9 faceted image gemstones, one small wood bubble cut mini album with ring, one sheet of black tiny type alphas


MSRP $35.00
Today's Cost $19.99







44 comments:

  1. I think that I am going to buy these and use them for making gift sets for my friends. What a wonderful teacher's gift these would make.

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  2. These would make great stationary sets for co-workers. If I had to make a choice, it would be a "J"!
    Jan B.

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  3. I would pick a K and make envelope liners like Kristine did.

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  4. The consultant that is closest to me is Karen Neal.

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  5. K is a great monogram for me since my name is Kelly and my twin sister is Karen.. I'd also like the M to go with my last name. I'd use it on envelopes and journals

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  6. Oooo! I need this "k" Monogram! So cute...I'd love to use it for envelopes and cards!

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  7. Love the Autumn/Winter idea book and especially the darling tag on the pot of forget-me-nots that said Wishing You Comfort...so cute! And perfect.

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  8. I would use the stamp to make personalized cards and stationary! Plus the "K" is perfect for my name! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  9. My CTMH consultant is Kimberly Sonnenberg in WI! :) I love her!

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  10. I love the paper napkin rings they made and displayed on page 36 of the Fall/Winter 2012 Idea Book! So simple and elegant, and the perfect touch for all the family gatherings coming up! :) I cannot wait to try making some of my own!

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  11. I love the monograms, they are beautiful! I think the one I would like is K and I would make some thank you cards for my granddaughter as she is graduating this year!

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  12. Beautiful monogram - I'd get an N (our last initial) to make up generic cards to give away.

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  13. I loved all the idea books - but esp the Fall one as I love fall projects

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  14. My closest consultant is Trisha Sublett

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  15. i think they would make great cards for no reason cards. Some times I just want to send a little note and the momogram would be so cool.

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  16. Love the Fall/Winter Idea Book - so much so, that I have almost every stamp EXCEPT the momgram stamp !

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  17. I would love the letter "t" to make personalized things for my whole family! Books, envelopes, cards, etc.

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  18. My favorite idea book is the Fall/Winter 2012 book. Love all the ideas! The advent calendar is A+!

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  19. I'd get several monogram stamps - cheap at twice the price - and make monogrammed everything for family and friends - little covered books, stationery, covered boxes, tags - ust everything - but E for Elizabeth especially

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  20. Oh, and my consultant is Mary Jo Abel, Fargo, ND! She is awesome!

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  21. My consultant is Kathy Peterson

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  22. I'd like the whole darn set! The possibilities are endless!

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  23. Shared on my FaceBook page !

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  24. What a coincidence -- I just made some monogrammed cards this weekend as a Christmas gift for my aunt! I just love these little stamps. I think I may make some personalized stationary next :)

    Thanks so much!

    Lucy
    http://love2createitall.com

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  25. I won last week??? How did I miss that???? Just emailed my info! SOOO EXCITED!

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    1. I still haven't received confirmation???? HMMMM...

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  26. I love these monograms! They look so beautiful when embossed. How would I use them? I'd make framed monogram tags for my sons' rooms. Need the letters E, H, M and G!!

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  28. And my consultant is the marvelous and talented Haley Dyer!

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  29. I would use this beautiful monogram on cards and scrapbook pages! Mostly cards, though. And envelopes. I would use a "J"!

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  30. I loved how Easy it was to create custom monogrammed items , I never would have thought theses stamps could be spo pretty

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  31. i I have been a ctmh stamp lover when they were DOTS; remember that??? And since the monogram is a K (which is my initial) I think i am destined to win :) My CTMH consultant is Lisa Fitzell from Coopersburg Pa.

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  32. My wonderful consultant is Leslie Hegwood!

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  33. I love the Fall/Winter 2012 Idea book. The most inspiring to me is the playful colors of the Flirty Paper and the versatility of the Artiste Cricut cartridge.

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  34. I'm helping a friend decorate the tables at her wedding reception. I have a lot of paper scraps left over that could easily be cut and made into thank you cards for the bride and groom to send out later. The monogram stamps would be the perfect personal touch for their cards.

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  35. I would use the Monogram stamp to make personalized stationary of course!!

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  36. I would get the K, and maybe an M too, so I can make family monogrammed things.

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  37. Love the ideas presented in this video for using the monogrammed stamps. I would love to have the B, C, and G.

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  38. I love the Fall/Winter 2012 Idea book as the new Cricut Artiste cartridge is to die for.

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  39. My closest CTMH consultant is Tricia Beall here in Bentleyville, PA.

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