Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Oct. 9th: Cricut Cuts, Witchy Legs, Heidi Swap Mega Starter Kit, Giveaway

My Craft Studio: Nadine's Witchy Legs 

This week Kristine hosts the very talented Nadine Woodraska of Material Girls Quilt Shop (http://www.thematerialgirlsquilting.com). Nadine is brings a fa-BOO-lous idea to create a simply and cleaver Halloween decor item that is sure to make you SCREAM!!


Coordinate with Cricut® Cuts: Clearly the Best, Stamping with Close To My Heart Episode
“Coordinate with Cricut® Cuts” highlights the unique ways to stamp coordinating Cricut® shapes and add them to your artwork. For more information, contact your Close To My Heart Independent Consultant or find a Consultant by clicking here.


GIVEAWAY DETAILS

One lucky winner will receive the Cricut® Artiste Collection, including the amazing Artiste Cricut cartridge which makes it easy to create a charming, cohesive project, taking you from crafter to awesome artiste in a flash.

Cricut® Artiste Collection (Z1790) Includes: 
$99 (retail value of nearly $125)
1 – Cartridge (700 images: themed projects, cards, font, shapes, 3-D items)
3 – My Acrylix® D-size Stamp Sets*
3 – 12" × 9" Dimensional Elements in coordinating shapes

HOW TO ENTER: 

Watch this week's Coordinate with Cricut® Cuts episode and leave a comment here letting us know what technique you''d like to try and how.

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 10/15/12. Winners will be announced on 10/16/12.

Featured Buy: Heidi Swapp Mega "Memory File" Starter Kit

Like pieces of fabric sewn together with care, time-tested and much-loved, Lucille by BasicGrey proves that variety is the spice of life. Pull that old dress out of the trunk, dust it off, darn it up and grab your kitten heels, because it’s time to pattern your next project, perfectly. This kit includes: 9 sheets of double sided 12x12 paper, one element sticker sheet, one sheet of pattern tissue paper, a vintage mix of buttons, garment pins, and mini wooden clothes pins, and a set of three coordinating trims.  Today enjoy a special birthday gift from us.  Check out the video for more info.

MSRP $60.00
Today's Cost $39.99

362 comments:

  1. I love the tip that you stamp on cardstock and then add to the dimensional element instead of stamping right on the dimensional element.

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  2. Oh my! I've been dreaming about the Artiste collection from Close To My Heart for some time now. I love the technique tip to stamp on cardstock and then adhere the cardstock to the coordinating dimensional elements. Sounds like the perfect way to get a clean image every time!

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  3. I love all the tips especially stamping on cardstock instead of on the element! Would love to win the Artiste cartridge!

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  4. My suggested consultants name is Melissa David.

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  5. All the tips are good but I have to agree that stamping on the card stock and the adding it to the dimensional is the best tip. Thank you for the chance to win this great prize!

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  6. My suggested CTMH consultant is Kelly Bunker.

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  7. Love the stamping on so many things. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. Thank you for the tip about stamping onto cardstock and then adhering it to the chipboard elements. I wasn't really sure why we needed to stamp to the cardstock first, but it totally makes sense now. That scrapbook page is A-Dor-A-Ble! I love that the sizes and now the page #'s are on all the new stamp sets. Makes it faster, simpler and easier to make my cricut cuts and then stamp! Love it!

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  9. My suggested consultant is Karen Fullam. I've had so much fun with the Cricut Art philosophy cartridge and CTMH stamps I can hardly wait to get Artiste!
    Valarie

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  10. A lot of great tips, going to try the one about stamping on the cs!

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  11. Lots of great tips and I loved learning how to get a cleaner stamped image. Made total sense:) This is an amazing set with endless possibilities. Would so love to win:)

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  12. My suggested cunsultant is Jessie Brophy:)

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  13. I love that cartridge! I just have to have it! Great suggestion for stamping on cardstock and then attaching to chipboard. The little banner was amazing!

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  14. Also posted on my facebook page. Thanks for the bonus entry!

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  15. I love the CTMH cricut cartridges! I so wish I could afford to buy both of them. I would be so happy to win. If not I am saving up to buy one.

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  16. great tips. love the vibrant colors, and loved learning how to keep them that way by not stamping directily on cardstock.

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  17. The closest CTMH consultant for me is Tania Klescich.

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  18. I would love to win this. Would be great for Christmas. great idea not to stamp directly on the dimensional.

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  19. My consultant is Diana Veenendaal

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  20. Left a comment on CTMH facebook page.

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  21. Left a comment on CTMH FB Page

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  22. I love my Art Philosophy cartridge and use most of the techniques regularly. So much of a value add for my stamps and my Cricut! CTMH certainly has their finger on the pulse of papercrafters. And I would LOOOOVE to win the Artiste cartridge (but it's on my Christmas list too!).

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  23. Tweeted and linked the episode from my business page! Keep up the great work!

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  24. I loved the video...when I get my cricut CTMH cartridge I will be able to use a lot of these technique...especially the tip for stamping on cardstock and then adhering it to the chipboard. Thanks so much for the tips.

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  25. Loved your video. I would love to cut and use the dimensional elements that come with the cartridge. I love adding dimension to my cards.

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  26. My closest consultant other than myself would be Heather Malagon.

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  27. I tweeted about this awesome video.

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  28. I shared some love over at CTMH on facebook and thanked them for their support of My Craft Channel.

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  29. I will try the technique of stamping directly on the cardstock cut out instead of the chipboard piece. Thanks for that tip.

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  30. This is such a beautiful cartridge/stamp set...definitely on my wish list. I really enjoyed the video. I really like the technique of stamping onto white paper and adhering it to the dimensional elements. Thanks for a great video and the opportunity to win a must have addition to any Cricut lover's craft room.

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  31. I visited CTMH and thanked them for there support!! Would love to win this set, thank you for the chance.

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  32. Stamping on card stock!! Great idea!! thanks for sharing!!

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  33. Tiffany Parke would be the consultant nearest me!!

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  34. I shared this on face book!!

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  35. Great video! Fantastic idea to stamp on the cardstock first and then adhere to the chipboard. Awesome projects too. Thank you for the chance to win! Deb M :)

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  36. I love the daubers, there have been so many times I could have used some of those.

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  37. I love the dauber technique! I would have liked to see more of it for the banner, too. Thanks for the chance to win! jonder at frontier dot com

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  38. I shared on my facebook page

    https://www.facebook.com/juliana.twardzik?ref=tn_tnmn

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  39. I love the rainbow technique, I use daubers all the time but never thought of doing this. GREAT IDEA!!! I can't wait for the Artiste cartridge. Love it!!!

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  40. I love the rainbow technique, I use daubers all the time but never thought of doing this. GREAT IDEA!!! I can't wait for the Artiste cartridge. Love it!!!

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  41. I love the layering of cardstock & dimensional elements. I am planning on trying it with my art philossophy cartridge.

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  42. Oh My fabulous creations on the video - love the party ideas. Using the daubers to mix the colours on the stamps - is such a brilliant idea - opens up a brand new area of creation. TFS and the chance to win.

    karon(dot)hughes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. Watching the CTMH episodes always gets me ready to get my stamps out and get stamping. I'm excited to add some dimension to my projects. Great pointers in using these products to do so.

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  45. I shared this giveaway on my Facebook page. I'm always willing to promote MCC and CTMH! Keep up the good work!!

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  46. I thanked CTMH for supporting MCC. I also told them that I love their shows and that Kristine and Monica do a fantastic job!

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  47. Love all your instruction on "how to" videos. I check it almost everyday. Elsie

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  48. Love the tip on stamping on cardstock.

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  49. My suggested consultant is Monty Nelan.

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  50. love that rainbow effect! shared on Facebook!

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  51. There are 2 consultants near me. They are Jackie Gay and Stacy Burch.

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  52. I use my daubers for my chalks, but have never thought about using them with inks! What a neat technique, it will be very helpful for making all my Christmas cards this year! I'm also a student teacher, and I do lots of neat things for my students; CTMH makes it very easy to do!

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  53. I shared the CTMH giveaway on my Facebook page. Love these episodes.

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  54. My suggested consultants name is Denise Lowe Whynot!

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  55. tweeted and shared on facebook! Love it!

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  57. Jill Wing from Nipomo is my CTMH consultant.

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  58. I have used the rainbow effect as well as using multiple colors on my stamps - both great effects. I'd love to put both techniques to use on those stamps your giving away! Thanks for the chance!

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  59. I love how the stamp sets go with the cut from the cricut!

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  60. I left my comment on CTMH FB page as well as shared this contest and episode on my FB page.

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  61. Great products by CTMH and they keep getting better! Love the new Cricut line with coordinating stamps! I have not tried to do a banner, but definitely plan to. I like the tip of stamping on paper and adhering it to the chipboard.

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  62. The CTMH consultant in my area is Amanda Drew.

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  63. I like the box that was on the show. I'd like to make that. I also love the episodes!

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  64. Love the concept of the coordinating stamps with a Cricut cartridge.
    the tip to stamp on the card stock first then add it to the dimensional element
    makes so much sense. I have enjoyed all the episodes, keep them coming.
    thanks Roseanna Crawford
    rcraw721@yahoo.com

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  65. The use of the daubers to make a rainbow effect is a neat technique. That's something I would never have thought to do. Thanks, MCC & CTMH!

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  66. I loved the tip on using cardstock to stamp on instead of the element. I would hate to mess up the element and this would allow for mistakes in case they happen and not ruin the element itself. Really looking forward to having the Artiste cartridge for my Cricut!!

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  67. Loved the dimensional ribbon! Excellent video! Just got a Cricut and only have one cartridge! Would be very appreciative to win!

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  68. Loved the dimensional ribbon! Excellent video! Just got a Cricut and only have one cartridge! Would be very appreciative to win!

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  69. The search function on CTMH site never gives me any results for Oakville, ON. Today I smartened up and did a google search instead and found Kimberey Arnold in Hamilton (close to me) so I will get in touch with her. So far I have been getting my Acylix stamps on eBay...

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  70. LI've used the daubers before...but never thought of varying colors! Artiste cartridge looks awesome. Thanks for the opportunity to win!!!

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  71. Thanks for the great ideas...hadn't thought about using daubers, and definitely not with different color inks! Loved the party decor and the cards too :).

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  72. My closest consultant is Tahirih Gutelius

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  73. I love the techniques shown in the video. I think the tip about stamping onto a paper or cardstock cut with the Cricut instead of directly onto the dimensional element was a great tip...I can already implement that with my Art Philosophy cartridge, and I'd love the opportunity to try it out with the new Artiste cartridge.

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  74. Left a comment on CTMH FB Page.
    I love the projects and new ideas!

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  75. I like that they explained WHY to stamp on cardstock first, so you get a crisper stamp image. I also like the dauber video! I have tons of daubers but haven't put them to full use. Now I think I will!

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  76. Shirly Elliott is my nearest CTMH consultant

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  77. I shared CTMH's facebook post about this episode with my friends on facebook!

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  78. My closest consultant is Sheila Simpson.

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  79. my fav show was the bend it curve it. also loved the tip about stamping on cardstiock then adding to dimention.

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  80. I love that the stamps coordinate with the cartridge images! I would love all the ideas but think I'd start with making cards with the speech bubbles.

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  81. I just found that Autumn Gittins is a Close to My Heart consultant here in Hyrum.

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  82. I posted a comment about the My Craft Channel blog on my website and included a link in it. Here's what I said: You can learn all kinds of new techniques for stamping to use with cards, scrapbooking, and other crafts on the Close to My Heart MyCraftChannel blog...http://www.mycraftchannel.com/

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  83. I shared the contest on my facebook page, thanks for the bonus entries!!!

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  84. I loved the wavy banner, also very clever to stamp on paper to make the image crisper, then add to the dimension.

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  85. my local consultant is Val Ellis.

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  86. My nearest and dearest Close to My Heart Consultant in beautiful Panama City, Florida, is Nancy Berdanier.

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  87. I commented on CTMH's facebook page...CTMH + MCC = LOVE!!!!

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  88. I shared the video on Facebook for others to see how wonderful these stamps coordinate with the cricut cartridges.

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  89. I would really like to try the cut outs with the coordinating stamps. It looks like so much fun. It is hard to find stamps to fit most thing , the fact that these are designed to work together is awesome. Thanks so much for sharing these with everyone.

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  90. Just when I thought that Close To My Heart couldn't get any better...I've always loved the versatility of the supplies individually, but I love them more when I use the supplies together! Thanks Jeanette!!

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  91. I would love to try the rainbow stamping! That is so cool! My closest consultant is Iona Rowley.

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  92. I like that the size is on the carrier sheet to cut out on the Cricut!

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  93. There were 4 on the list of consultants. I took down 2 of them. The one closest and the one in the area I know best. Their names are: Karen O'hara and Terri Frateschi.

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  94. Love the idea of stamping on the cardstock and placing on the dimensional element.

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  95. My consultant is Sarah Johnson...BUT thinking of becoming one myself ;-)

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  96. The suggested consultant is Nancy Whitson, Standish, MI!

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  97. Loved the cut up banner title using Laguna card stock and the stamping with same ink color for a tone on tone effect. Really lovely.

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  98. I left a comment on the CTMH Facebook page.

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  99. I left a comment on my facebook page.

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  100. Since I don't have anything Cricut, any technique would be great to try.

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  101. It looks like Tasha Valdez is the closest consultant to me.

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  102. Layering adds so much dimension. I love how the CTMH cricut cartridges make layer so much easier.

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  103. Left a comment on CTMH FB page!!!

    April H.
    akirb78@yahoo.com

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  104. I shared the amazing video.

    April H.
    akirb78@yahoo.com

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  105. I facebook'ed about this week's CTMH episode and the fabulous giveaway on my page www.facebook.com/carlacreates !!

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  106. There were only 3 consultants that came up and I know for a fact there are way more in my area...but oh well. The closest to me is Cathy Lambert Saint Helens, OR

    April H.
    akirb78@yahoo.com

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  108. I love the Artiste collection and coordinating CTMH stamps. What a great idea! I'd love to try the bravo card and share with my stamping group.
    avtaft

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  109. I shared this week's CTMH episode on my FB - https://www.facebook.com/lisa.wallace.tuorto1

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  110. My closest consultant would be Ginny Radtke.
    avtaft

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  111. Sarah Turbyfield is my suggested local CTMH consultant. :)

    bonniej12@aol.com
    Bonnie Jones

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  112. I love the coordinating dimensional elements. Would love to stamp on them and use them on projects.

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  113. Diane Waters is the CTMH consultant that is closest to me.

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  114. I tweeted about this weeks episode :)

    https://twitter.com/bonniejonestn

    bonniej12@aol.com

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  115. Fantastic giveaway!!! LOVE CTMH products.. great tip to stamp on the cs and then apply to the dimensional.thanks for a chance to win!!!!

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  116. Love this collection! The tip of stamping on cs and applying to the chipboard is fabulous.
    naygg6@sbcglobal.net

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  117. I like the rainbow technique. I love all the items in the give away. :)

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  118. Now I know why my image didn't come out crisp. Duh stamp on the card stock first. Thanks for the tip. Lastamper at aol dot com

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  119. I would absolutely LOVE to win the Artiste collection - such a great set. Really like the idea of stamping onto cardstock and then applying to the dimensional. Also really liked learning about the ink daubers. Really neat trick getting the 3 color look.

    sstw1@msn.com

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  120. I love the coordinating stamps! How awesome is that medallion!

    Thanks for sharing such awesome projects.

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  121. Valerie Rangel is my nearest consultant.

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  122. Thanks so much for the great tip about stamping onto cardstock instead of the dimensional elements! I had tried stamping on the dimensional elements and felt unhappy with how it looked. So glad to know that it wasn't me! I've had such success with all my other CTMH stamping, it's good to know that I can enjoy the stamping and die-cutting and dimensional elements if I just do them in the right way. So that's what I'm excited about trying with Artiste! I also am so excited about the great cards (especially the heart one that coordinates with the Love stamp!!!!!)(Have I told you I'm excited?)
    Thanks again for the great ideas and tips! I want to go play with my stamps now!

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  123. The Cricut Artiste Collection looks so Awesome! Love that the Stamps Cordinate with the Cuts! How Cool is that!!! So many good Tips, I do really like that the Size is on the Carrier Sheet to cut out on the Cricut! That would make things a lot easier. I would (LOVE) to win, Thanks for the chance! :0)

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  124. I thanked CTMH on their Facebook page (as Ruth Suttie Gauss.)

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  125. I shared this weeks episode, Close To My Heart cartridges on my Facebook, and two of my friends facebooks. Love the great ideas and coordinating stamps?

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  126. I shared on Facebook (as Ruth Suttie Gauss)! I want everyone to know how awesome this episode of Clearly the Best, Stamping with Close To My Heart is!

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  127. Loved the episode. Always looking for techniques to make my stamping crisper. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  128. My consultant is Sandra Thompson.

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  129. Nanette Gudenkauf is the closest CTMH Consultant to me.

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  130. Have left a message on CTMH facebook page and shared the Craft Channel CTMH Episode. Went to CTMH webpage and searched for local cunsultant. Suggested Susan Tomaino.

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  131. I love all the techniques on the video! I would so love to try them!! Thanks for the chance to win such a wonderful prize !!

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  132. I shared on Facebook. Thanks for the great prizes .....still celebrating which is awesome! Loved the artiste cartridge. The CTMH episodes have taught me so much about stamping. Thanks for the chance to win...and I absolutely LOVE Heidi Swapp.

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  133. My CTMH consultant is Lisa Schampier. Thanks for another chance to win!

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  134. Love the Dauber ideas using the rainbow of colours.

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  135. I love the coordinate with cricuts cut! I love the layering effect with the cardstock, the chipboard and then the stamp on top! It's great and Cricut and CTMH clear stamps are CLEARLY THE BEST!

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  136. I love that you have coordinated with cricut cuts! I love the layering and shadowing and those cute little daubers....wow! Thanks for a great giveaway and a chance to win!

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  137. I put it on my facebook page to watch the Close To My Heart episodes on My Craft Channel!

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  138. I facebooked about this and also shared and liked your link on face book. :)

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  139. I've been wanting this Cricut collection for a long time now! I love the suggestion of stamping on cardstock instead of directly onto the element.

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  140. My suggested Consultant is Blythe Shupe.

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  141. Closest CTMH consultant is Tracy Honeycutt. Thanks for another chance to win!

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  142. Oh wow what a prize!!! Would love love love to win it! My suggested consultant is Sheila McShea!

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  143. Went on CTMH Facebook Page thanking them for their Support and that I love their Shows on My Craft Channel! :0)

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  144. I love the idea to stamp on cardstock first and then adhere the cardstock to the chipboard. I will definately be trying that tip! Thanks CTMH.

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  145. I I love the craft channel and I would REALLY LOVE TO WIN THE CARTRIDGE

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  146. I love the idea of stamping on cardstock and then adhering to the chipboard element. I would love to win this set. Thanks!

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  147. The closest consultant is Debbie Carvalho.

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  148. I left a comment on CMTH FB page. Thanks!

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  149. Just posted on my Facebook Page! So Excited for the chance to win! :0)

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  150. I don't have cricut machine and so I would be delighted to win this. My safe-eyes I have on my computer would not let me watch the video, but I know I would enjoy this alot!

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  151. Fantastic tutorial! I love everything about it!

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  152. The nearest Consultant to me is Karen Libka.
    Thanks for the extra chances at winning this Amazing Giveaway! :0)

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  153. I am going to try the tip to cut out your image on the white card stock, stamp it and then glue it on the dimensional element! Thanks for the tip and a chance to win! I love my Cricut Philosophy cartridge!

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  154. I shared the latest CTMH video on the Craft Channel on Facebook!

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  155. I love the stamping on cardstock. Loved this video!!

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  156. I love the idea of stamping on cardstock and attaching to dimension. My consultant is Tonya Sheridan.

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  157. I am excited to try to use my daubers to add different colors and shades to the stamps. My consultant is Joani Ochsner! Great video and lots of fun ideas to try. I hope I can win the CTMH prize!! LOVE MY CRICUT!!!

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  158. Like many others...I LOVE the idea of stamping on the cardstock FIRST! I also LOVE this cartridge!

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  159. I like the cupcake card and will have to try using the daubers to make the sprinkle effect on the cupcake!

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  160. I just shared info on our Facebook page!

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  161. I love that you have Cricut cut outs that are made specifically to go with the stamp sets. I love love my Cricut and Close to My Heart Acrylic Stamps. I have been wanting the CTMH Cricut cartridges! So excited I am in a drawing for one!!

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  162. Oh!! Love it!! I would totally try the stamping on cardstock.

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  163. Love the control of the inks, shared on facebook and consultant is cheryl antley

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  164. My suggested consultant is Kathy Carrico, but I already have a consultant (Jennifer Healey) that I love!

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  165. My consultant is Michelle Brooks!

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  166. I shared the video on my facebook wall!

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  167. I can't wait to try the rainbow technique.

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  168. Just posted how excited I am to be getting the Artiste cartridge on Facebook. I have a great consultant, Debby Champe! Her work is AMAZING!

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  169. My consultant is Leslie Hegwood.

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  170. I shared the info on my facebook page!

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  171. oops, forgot which technique I want to try! I want to work with the coordinating stamps and make some of the great boxes on this cartridge!

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  172. The closest consultant to me is Laura Manning.

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  173. I commented on the CTMH facebook page.

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  174. I shared this giveaway on my facebook page. Thanks!

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  175. I didn't even realize that stamping directly onto the Dimensional Element would not give you as clear an image - but it totally makes sense! That's the technique that I will try - and on a cute "award" card like Monica made.

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  176. The stamping on cardstock and then adhereing it the the chipboard.Would just die if I won the Cricut Artiste Collection.

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  177. I would love to have a stamp set that coordinates with a Cricut cartridge. I have stamp sets and I have cartidges but none are intended to go together. Love the concept!! Thanks, CTMH!!

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  178. My suggested consultant is Jan Merritt.

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  179. Saw this @ Michaels the other day & had an instant crush! I like the fly away banner that you had on your video & would love to win this to try on my page.

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  180. Love coordinating stamps with a Cricut cartridge. I'm going to try the daubers tip.

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  181. I would love to make all the boxes! It is a simple and easy way to customize a gift.

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  182. I would love to have this cartridge and stamp set so much. I would like to use the mini book page cut outs to create Halloween and Christmas mini albums this year. Having the stamp set would be a great bonus too for embellishments!

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  183. My nearest consultant is Barb Moser.

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  184. I want to try it ALL!!!! I want to try the card that they made.

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  185. Shared this great episode on FB! Love using my cricut with CTMH stamps!!! Can't wait to get the new cartridge. Thanks for a chance to win!!!

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  186. My awesome consultant is Debi Davis!!

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  187. My suggested consultant is Jane Parker

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  188. I want to try stamping on a cardstock shape, then adhering it to the coordinating dimensional element shape. What a great way to keep the image crisp! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  189. I Put on Facebook, and my consultants name is Kira Meunier...

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