Sunday, May 16, 2010

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Time - Cover Buttons, Magnets, Bails, Oh My!

We were hoping to have our new blog design and links to both our ETSY hand-stamped sterling silver jewelry shop and also our supply store, in time for the Sew Mama Sew giveaway . . . but good things take time! Instead of waiting, Darcy and I decided to go forward anyway and giveaway $75 in supplies.
We are getting ready for the summer craft show season here in Upstate NY and will have some fun new mother's jewelry back in the shop soon!
So for the giveaway we will be giving away and assortment of cover buttons in size 30, 36 and 45, the cover buttons tools, rare earth magnets and some aanraku bails in both the leaf design and the new heart design. With these supplies your DIY options will be endless. Cover button magnets, cover button pendants, cover button ponytail and pigtails and anything else you can think of to make with a cover button. You might even want a few to use as say BUTTONS!
50 rare earth magnets and sample tube of E6000
50 size 45 buttons with your choice of flat or wire backs
Our favorite size for Ponytails
5 medium heart bails and 5 small leaf bails both Aanraku
(perfect for making scrabble tile, glass tile or covered button pendants)
50 size 36 cover buttons, your choice of flat or wire backs
this is a great size for pigtails or magnets
DIY Magnet Kit for {Urban} Home Goods Swap
And 50 Size 30 buttons with your choice of wire or flat backs
this is our favorite size for magnets, especially with small scale fabric prints
(fabric in photo is not part of the giveaway, just a little fun eye candy)
All three button sizes will come with the cover tool and in our fun and functional labeled muslin bags, so you can keep those buttons straight!
TO ENTER:
Please leave a comment with a way for us to get in touch with you and also a comment letting us know what types of tutorials you would find helpful relating to the supplies we carry in our shop. We have a bunch ready to go including a scrabble tile tutorial, cover button ponytails, and cover button magnets. We are happy to ship domestic or international. The winner will be selected on May 20th at random. Thanks for checking us out!

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Megs said...

This is a fabulous giveaway, and I just love those new heart Bails - just gorgeous!

I would love to see any tutorials on scrabble tiles!

Tanya said...

These would all come in so handy! I'd love to see different tutorials for hairclips made with the covered buttons. I'm always looking for different ideas!

Mary said...

What a great giveaway! I'd love to see a tutorial on cover button magnets.

Nugglemama said...

I would love to see some hairclip tutorials. You can contact me via my profile :)

Gene Black said...

It sounds like you have tutorials
"cover"ed. The magnets tutorial is the one I am most interested it.

Sarah said...

looove everything you do! I think tutorials for how to make the magnets and hair clips with covered buttons would be helpful for newbies.. thanks so much for a chance to win!

Anonymous said...

I woujld love to see hair tie and magnet tutorials.

Ltrumbull@cox.net

lindaschiffer said...

So many wonderful things to be made with those covered buttons!! What a great way to feature a fabric or tiny piece of embroidery! :)

Linda

Cotton Kiwi said...

What an amazing giveaway. I would love to see a tutorial on turning covered buttons into jewellery like bracelets or necklaces. Thanks!

Amber said...

This is so fantastic - I love your button supplies :-) - all three of those tutorials sound awesome! Crossing my fingers!

janssen designs said...

Wow, such a generous giveaway! I didn't know the buttons came with a flat back! geeps, I pulled out the wire things out for my magnets... looks like I need that tut on those magnets! cheers!

Anonymous said...

I love the heart bails!

I would like either a scrabble tile tutorial or a glass pendant one.

hollyandryan09@gmail.com

Sara said...

Great giveaway, so practical. I'd love to see other ways to use the magnets, I bet there are a million..

Lyndal said...

Fantastic Giveaway! Love to see hair clip tutorials!

Kitten Delicious said...

wow! i love this giveaway! so generous, i could really have fun with these supplie. I would love a scrabble tile tutorial

jessmellifont@gmail.com

lili said...

What a great giveaway! I too would love a scrabble tile tutorial. Nobody will play scrabble with me anymore, so I have to do something with those tiles!

make it perfect said...

i'd love a tutorial to use up fabric scraps...great giveaway thanks heaps!

Feel free to head over to my giveaways too
www.tonicoward.blogspot.com

Magdalena, The Craft Revival said...

Ooh, I've wanted to make some covered buttons for a while now and would love a tutorial on how to do it - along with the supplies to get me started ;). I'd be using the covered buttons in my one-off softies!

Little Miss S. said...

What a treat. Lovely. I would love to hear more about button making - I love all the different ideas.

Jona said...

I would love to see a tutorial for wooden pendants that include materials I can also get in Germany. I don't like to order everything in the US so this would have to be with really basic supplies. Kind of challenging but I would be so grateful!

KarrieLyne said...

Great giveaway and love those covered buttons!

angelina said...

love the buttons!

sookhyuniee said...

oh my is right! what a great giveaway! i love everything! thanks for the chance to win. i adore your blog! :)

Colette said...

I definitely would like to learn how to make the covered pony holders ;0) Thanks for the chance to win!

Suzanne said...

I've never made covered buttons but these supplies and a tutorial would get me going, I'm sure!

mrs.ladness said...

I am glad I found you. Thnx for the chance

Artemis said...

Oh wow, I've been wanting to make covered buttons and magnets for a while - tutorials and supplies awesome

Becky said...

I love those cover buttons, I need some right now! :) I need to cover up 2 nail heads showing from when I hung up a wreath and candle sconces. I can't get things like that locally. I love covered buttons, I'd like to just see lots of posts giving different ideas using them

summernightsmiles said...

A scrabble tile tutorial would be great! I can just imagine how great this would look =)

Desiree said...

I would love to learn how to make covered buttons or magnets. How fun.

Jo, Paul & Jade said...

Awesome giveaway. I'd love to see a tutorial on the pony tail bands.

Made for You by Amy Plew said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

Kristin said...

I would love to win this! I'm not sure what tutorials I would want, though. :)
seemommysew@ gmailDOTcom

anne said...

oh, exciting! i would have so much fun playing with these supplies!

and any tutorials for more fun ideas on ways to use those fabric-covered buttons would be great!

Julie said...

thanks for the chance!
i always have trouble getting the elastic through the back of the button for ponytail holders. help! :)

Liz said...

Oh, how fun! New crafts!
Pony tail holder tutorial please.

LittleGemsbyKari said...

cover button pendants!
love your stuff and the fab customer service :)

littlegemsbykari@yahoo.com

Jessica Jo said...

Honestly, as this is my first time here, I don't know what I would like to see as far as tutorials, but I would love to win this! One more craft for my repertoire!

Jerri said...

I'd love the scrabble tile tutorial and the bails! I'd most like help on figuring out how to make a thumbnail properly, without distortions and printing it.

Cheryl from West Texas said...

I just love your site. My brain is just churning with ideas for the magnetic covers! Wouldn't it be fun to have readers & customers post tutorials or photos of ways in which they use your products?

Cheryl
sayitaintsew10@yahoo.com

Desperate Witty Owl said...

tutorial for lil magnetic or small gifts =)

tansuern@gmail.com

have a tremendous tuesday

Jingle said...

Oh, my goodness! This is amazing! I would love tutorials on creating resin pendants and such! jinglesells at gmail dot com

stella said...

What a great giveaway! I'dlove to see more on magnets!
fausseparisienne at gmail dot com

skippedydoodah said...

Shiza Minelli! Awesome giveaway. I've been itching to make a scrabble pendant or a little soldered one... so tutes for them would be brilliant.

Cheers!

Mare said...

I love this giveaway!
I'd love to learn how to cover buttons!
Greetings from Chile!
mmimica(at)maimonides(dot)cl

Vacuum Queen said...

Wow! I've never seen a way to turn these into ponytail holders. I'm excited to check back with you soon. And scrabble tile...I'm not really sure what you mean by that, so I'm really excited to see something new here. :) Glad to learn about you.

Vickie said...

what a great giveaway! i'd love to learn to cover buttons and make some hairclips!

vickienae(at)gmail(dot)com

Kerri said...

thanks for such a great giveaway, kirsten!! i'd love to learn to do magnets.

kerri :)
sewdeerlyloved at hotmail dot com

kirsten said...

I love to do magnets. I have a metal picture display board I made that has no pictures because I haven't purchased the magnet supplies lately. Great idea!!

Simply EC said...

I've been wanting to get into doing covered buttons as they're so many cute fabrics out there and I just can't bear to part with the scraps. Best way to use them up would be to put them on buttons!

juste venteux said...

So awesome! Crossing my fingers!
http://justeventeux.blogspot.com/

Katie said...

Would love to see tutorials on how to make the hair clips. Thanks for the chance to win!

Laurie said...

What a great giveaway! Would love to learn about covered buttons.

Jessica said...

The covered button magnet tutorial sounds awesome. I can't think of anything else . . . maybe using covered buttons on hair clips? Thanks for the opportunity!

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ikkinlala said...

I'm most interested in the cover button magnet tutorial, and I'd also love one on thumbtacks or something similar. I don't wear a lot of jewelry, so ways I can use cover buttons in my surroundings are interesting to me.

ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

pigbook1 said...

I love pretty much all tutorials, but anything that adds another notch to my do-er belt is good in my book.

missbossypants said...

GREAT giveaway! I LOVE covered buttons - they're my latest obsession! I'd also like to try a scrabble tile craft sometime - I'll have to use your tutorial!
Thanks for the chance to win! sonya dot missbossypants at gmail dot com.

Corinne said...

Love covered buttons!!! I would love a scrabble tile tutorial!

daisy41203 (at) gmail (dot) com

fieryone said...

I'd like to see the scrabble tile tutorial!

nilly ofan said...

i would like to see different types of magnet uses tutorials.
thanks.

M said...

Magnet tutorials would be fun! They're like little pieces of color that can stick wherever you need them.

michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

Michele said...

I would like a tutorial on using these items.

lesleyandsara said...

oh, come on guys....just give me the prize! tutorials? hmmmm....how about flower brooches for the adorable clothing kirsten has been sewing. the covered button magnets could be changeable centers!! that's a good one right? ok, just send it all to me now :)
phillandlesley(at)msn(dot)com

Jodes said...

Fabulous giveaway - thanks so much! Any tutorial with different ideas on the fabric buttons & hairclips would be awesome!

spiritchaser(at)gmail(dot)com

M hoch drei said...

#Tutorials ? Everything for children and babies.

Crystal Hendrix said...

What an awesome giveaway! I think the hair band tutorial would be awesome! :D

Sarah said...

holy moly you're generous! I'd love any kind of accessory tutorial, really. :)
thisisdishy(at)gmail.com

Becky said...

A cover button magnet tutorial would be lovely! Thanks for the giveaway!

Rachael said...

Oh I hope I win! I was just thinking about how I needed to buy some earth magnets. I would like any tutorial on different things you could do with them.

rachaelbecker@gmail.com

Jennifer S. said...

Wow - so cool! This is all new to me, so I think the tutorials you have planned are great. I'm especially interested in the hanging pendants.

fruitandfoliage@gmail.com

Helena said...

My daughter(13) started collecting bottle caps with a intent on make bottle cap jewelry. These items would be great starter for her. Thanks

sparklepetal said...

Brilliant, generous giveaway! I'd like to see tutorials/inspiration for making fridge magnets using natural materials like shells...

Signe said...

This is SUCH a cool give-away, I wish I had a good tutorial idea, but unfortunately I'm too tired to think...

Sunny said...

I would love tutorials on how to make hair accessories for babies with bows and buttons!

Awesome giveaway. :)
sunnywilderman@sbcglobal.net

Janna said...

Awesome!!! Looks like you def have the tutorials covered! Would love to make some magnets! I LOVE FABRIC!!

Heather said...

hey girlfriend!! Oooohh.. how i would love some of your button magnets!!! they're my fav for sure :)

you know where to find me! ( wink, wink )

Angela said...

I've covered buttons before, but haven't made them into pony tail holders...I would love to know how to do that!

Nancy said...

I would really love to know how to make covered button bobby pins. Do you already have a tutorial for that? I'll have to go look. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

Lise said...

Thank you for this great giveaway! What fun things! I'd love to see what you do with the magnets.

Bridget said...

Great give away, I'm really liking the idea of the scrabble tile tutorial, also maybe something with bottle caps?

Pepie said...

really great giveaways :-).

i am interestd in a tutorial of cover button magnets.

nicole said...

what a fun collection of give aways!

The Mangerchine's said...

I would love to see the tutorial on the button magnet!

shannon.mangerchine(at)gmail(dot)com

Laree said...

I love the idea of those covered button magnets. Totally bookmarking that one!

Willa said...

Something new that I would do and follow through!

Fun!

Lottie said...

I would love to make some covered button hair clips as I have really short hair but still like to look really girly!

Laura said...

All of the tutorials you mention sound really great! I'd be interested in making all of those things.

Victoria said...

A new project for me! I need basic tutorials but am fascinated with typewriter key jewelry. vimil@aol.com

Jodie said...

Great giveaway! I like tutorials for quick, original crafts. Some new ideas for using covered buttons would be great.

Louby Lou said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I like tutorials for products that are decorative and useful (things around the house are my fav) I'd love tutorials for covered buttons and also magnets.

Bethany said...

I love this giveaway! All the supplies look like a lot of fun! I love the idea of a tutorial for scrabble tile pendants or other types of pendants. Thanks for the chance to win.

Tegan and Tage said...

New to the site, so I'll have to check out the tutorials that are already here! :)

tegan{dot}mauldin{at}gmail{dot}com

mon ami said...

wow what a gold mine of possibilities!

I still have to take a look at the tutorials you already have but I'd love to see once for hair clips.

thanks for sharing

Lichtlein said...

Wow, I'm deeply impressed!
Would be so nice to be the lucky one.

Kind regards from Germany
Claudia

frauknopf@gmx.de

La Yen said...

Those tutorials sound awesome! I would love anything you want to teach me, but particularly things that I can make with teenagers.
waldoswife at gmail

Kaja said...

Me! Me! Me!

This should keep me and the kids occupied for a loooong time! Great prize!

Shayla Sharp said...

What a cool giveaway--and something I've never tried before! Very fun.

Sarah said...

I've been wanting to get together the materials to make my daughter some hairclips. I would love a tutorial that showed how to put together a clippy.

Thanks for the great giveaway!

Aelysium said...

I am sooo obsessed with covered buttons, and I sooo hope that I win this giveaway. What a great prize! Thanks!
missa.moe@gmail.com

Miss Prickly said...

Thank you for this giveaway.

I'd like some tutorials on things to do with covered buttons.

Anonymous said...

covered button tutorial would be great. Please enter me in your lovely drawing. ladycolmn(at)aol(dot)com from the Florida Gulf Coast area

NinjaEema said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I love any and all tutorials. I make all sorts of crafts so anything new and unusual interests me. Thanks.

ircabbit said...

I'd be interested in tutorials on hairclips, ties, etc. My nieces would love those.

Shelly said...

I would love to get your scrabble tile tut.. I'm loving those! What a fabulous giveaway you are doing, thnk you so much for your generosity!

Lisa said...

I would like to see a tutorial on how to solder to glass flat marbles. I tried and tried and can not do it!
I love your supply etsy and shop there myself!

Sally said...

I'd be really interested in your magnet tute... will be keeping my eye out for it.
In the meantime I have my fingers crossed that I win your giveway.
Thanks so much for the chance to win.

Peggy said...

I am so looking forward to the magnet tutorial!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Stephanie and Carlos said...

My 9 year old would love the buttons to cover!! We picked a small pack from the op shop and she had a ball making her own hair ties!! Imagine how insane she would go having 36 hehe... I am all for quick and easy tutorials as time can be hard to find with 3 kids... the quicker the better!!

xo Steph

Olivia said...

The possibilities are endless with all these great materials! Thanks for the chance to win!

Cathy said...

I've been wanting to try covered buttons! A hairclip tute would be great (if you don't already have one, I'm looking...) Thank you for the giveaway!

alittlesparc said...

The fabric button ponytail is really pretty.

alittlesparc(at)yahoo(dot)com

sewshesews said...

Sign me up! I love your prizes K! I would love any and all tutorials, I don't know how to do any of it!

Christi Harrison said...

i love the ponytail decor you made. i would love a tutorial on how to make a cute apron or awesome slip cover for my sofa!
christiharrison@gmail.com

Cook Clean Craft said...

I have no idea how to use any of the stuff in your store (is that too honest?), so I want to learn it all. Great giveaway - now I'll go have a good look around!

Dr. Bec said...

would love the covered button ponytail holder tute!

roseylittlethings said...

OOOO love this giveaway!! going to check out your blog next:)

Ellechim said...

Great Items! I like the quick and easy project tutorialss

Thank you!

elle8130 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Cricket said...

Yowza! That would just completely set me up for a little fun with buttons. I'm always up for a new craft. And I, too, have never done any of this sort of thing, so it would all be helpful to me.

Madeleine said...

Ooh something new! I'd love a cover button magnets tut. Thanks for the great giveaway & happy spring!

Mama Lusco said...

Fun stuff! I'd like to learn how to make covered button magnets & ponytail holders. Thank you!
luscofamily(at)ortelco.net

DK said...

How about a microglaze pendant tutorial? I have no idea how to use that stuff, but it seems like it could be useful.

Rachel said...

What a great set of stuff! I love anything involving covered buttons lately, they're just so fun!
rdoran1(at)gmail(dot)com

Danielle said...

thanks for the chance to win. I would love to see tutorials on making cute hair stuff for kiddoes.

Wendymoon said...

Oh, man. My husband would be happy for hours with just those magnets. I'd love to see tutorials on what else to do with them besides making him happy.

Jo's Place said...

Great giveaway, I really have a thing for covered buttons. Some tutorials on different ways to use them would be fabulous.

Rachael said...

This is one blog I am going to follow, I love covered buttons, and look forward to seeing a tutorial in making them into magnets.

carmel said...

i would like to see some tutorials of how to make those perfect buttons
and any thing new would be intresting for me
thanks for the giveaway

Bean said...

what a fantastic giveaway, thank you for your generosity!! I would love to see a variety of magnet tutorials in the future :)

Bluestripe55 said...

what a great giveaway. I love the covered buttons and will be back to your blog for those tutorials!


amyross06 at gmail dot com

Bellgirl said...

What a fabulous colection. I'd like to see a range of different ways to use the magnets. - Thanks for the giveaway! amo(at)zoic(dot)org

Jennifer Ladd said...

I cna only think of the tutorials you have already ... so some new ideas for what to do with your supplies would be great!

Great giveaway - this would be a lot of fun!

Jennifer
jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

Carpenters said...

Someone in my neck of the woods. I would like to see a tutorial on the fabric button hair tie. Very cute. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Serena said...

Anything with magnets. Magnets are so great! (my email is in my profile--I hope that's OK)

Deb - Two Cheeky Monkeys said...

What a great giveaway!
As someone who struggles to work out the best glue to use for various crafts, I would love to see a tutorial on glues. Which ones to use for which applications and the correct conditions under which to use them.

debyeo at hotmail dot com

Elizabeth said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I'd love to see both the magnet tutorial and the ponytail tutorial.

sarah said...

What a perfect giveaway for all of us DIY crafters. I'd love to learn more about jewelry stamping.

diana said...

I always wanted to try the covered buttons thing, and with two girls in the house there is an insatiable need for ponytail-holders. What a great giveaway! Maybe I'm lucky...

Isabel said...

I would love to see a tutorial for covered button magnets. I'd love to try my hands at these. Thanks for the giveaway.

bytesizedpieces (at) gmail.com

Penelope said...

I've always wanted to try this! Especially for ponytail holders, and fixing these covered buttons onto hairclips. Will be checking back for tutorials like that!

alissa222 at gmail dot com

Mayya @ Sew Chic and Unique said...

Great giveaway i am a self taught sewist and still learning and boy do i have lots to learn..

I would love to win your giveaway i dont have any of those supplies

Pop by my site to join in my giveaway when you have time

TheAccidentalCrafter said...

How about a covered button pendant tutorial? I love covered buttons and thanks for the chance to enter this giveaway

Kate said...

I have three little girls so I am interested in tutorials forhair ties. I would love to win your gorgeous giveaway. Thanks so much.

Lilly said...

What a great giveaway!
I would love to see a magnet tutorial.
Thanks for the chance.
eli_green22 at yahoo dot com dot br

Beth said...

Awesome! I could totally use some more supplies! And I love tutorials on just about anything. I love fabric covered buttons, but have'nt had the best luck with it yet.

Baa-Me Kniits said...

Lovely...perfect for my stash! I would love a scrabble tile tutorial and covered buttons. Thanks for a chance to win :-)

bex said...

Wow, what an amazing giveaway. I'd love to have more ideas about what to do with the magnets. Thanks!

kris@thebigboat said...

I would love to work on some pincushions with magnets, either to stick to the machine, or for the pins to stick to... probably made from Burlap! Thanks for entering my giveaway, I"m going to cross my fingers for this one, and follow you so I can get magnets if I don't! Where are you in UpStNY?

gill said...

Thanks for a great giveaway - I love covered buttons and I'd like to try embroidering some!!

Gill

deserae said...

Great Giveaway! I have always wanted to make fabric covered buttons!

Erin said...

Wow, it's so generous to be willing to ship international as well!
I'd love a tutorial on how to cover pont tail holders, I always wanted to try that and never got around to it.

Kate said...

Wow! really neat ideas! I'm in Iowa and would love a tutorial on the button cover magnets!
thanks for the opportunity!!
steeplechaser29 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Sunshine said...

I've always wanted to make fabric covered buttons, sigh.. It'd be interesting to see how you use the scrabble tiles you have on sale...

http://cuttingedgequilt.blogspot.com/

Jenny said...

well of course i am completely hyperventilating with the thought of winning this prize package! what a great giveaway ladies, thank you so much for my chance. i would like to see a tutorial about doing barettes with cover buttons and maybe key fobs, i know you said they are easy peasy...thanks for a chance.

Laura said...

I'd love to see some pretty pony holder tutorials :) Great giveaway,

laurapearce22@yahoo(dot)com

Shalet said...

I'd love the pony hair tutorial. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Shalet@mac.com

Melissa said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Your project all sound wonderful. I would love just about any tutorial. I am always looking fo rnew things to try.

Krystina said...

I love this giveaway! It would be great to have some tutorials on how to use the magnets!

Melissa said...

What a great giveaway! I would love to see some tutorial on the pony hair. It looks so great!

Thanks for giving!
melissacorry@hotmail.com

Meg said...

Oh a scrabble tile tutorial would be perfect! I am writing from Washington DC. I'm at meg(dot)thurgood(at)gmail(dot)com!

tong said...

Great giveaway! I'd love to see a magnetic snaps tutorial. Thanks for the chance!

Emily said...

I really want to learn how to make covered magnets! Thanks for the giveaway!
bruzzinie@net.elmhurst.edu

MossyOakLane said...

I am new to the covered button's...so a tute for those would be great!

Kelsey said...

What a wonderful giveaway! I would love to see hair accessory tutorials.. when you have young girls you can never have enough hair clips/ties/bows!

Susan C. said...

Love, love, love this idea for a giveaway! Thanks!

409cope said...

The Scrabble Tile tutorial would really interest me.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

Erin said...

This is fantastic! I'd love to see tutorials on mixing glass and fabric pendants. Thanks for the chance!

Charissa said...

How neat! What a great giveaway! I'll definitely be looking through your site more!

Rafael's Mum said...

Yay!!Great giveaway! I have been wanting to know how you made that lovely necklace I am wearing right now!! So this would come in soooo handy! good luck with the giveaway! xo

Neky White said...

This giveaway sure is BIG!!! I would love to see how to use covered buttons on jewelry =D
Thank you so much for this opportunity

RyanSarahN said...

Great giveaway! I've been wanting to get into covered buttons. Mostly, to use as buttons for clothes, but maybe also some for push-pins, and things of that nature.

Jessi said...

great giveaway! jewelery tutorials would be helpful!

Jessica said...

Button magnet tutorials would be great.
curry.jessica@gmail.com

Mal said...

more jewelry tutorials of course :)

this is a really generous give away! Thanks for hosting!

Kelly said...

Wow so much stuff. Thanks for the chance to win. And I love recycled projects so I would love to see the scrabble tutorial.

kathytypestoo said...

great giveaway! thanks for the chance to win. i love tutorials of all kinds-never and end to the "new thing" i want to learn.

merlinthecat said...

Wow what a great prize. I love your shops....I've been wanting to try metal stamping and am saving up for a kit. I would love to see how to do that. Thank you for the chance to win

Christina, Steve, Clara and Elena said...

Everything looks so fun - I echo the recycling ideas, though.

Jenny Lynn said...

This is an amazing giveaway!!!! I would love tutorials on hair clips, blows, or maybe some gluing techniques. I know it sounds easy but I need help!! Thanks for the chance!!
jennylynnbrown@hotmail.com

Kimberly said...

Wow! Awesome giveaway! I would love to get my hands on those bails, and magnets, and buttons...
As far as tutorials the Scrabble tile one sounds awesome, looking forward to that.
Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

everyday inspirations said...

Wowsas! This giveaway rocks! So much to do with this one :)

Would love to see more upcycling tutes - thanks for the chance to win!

catherine s.
imaginethatdesign (at) yahoo (dot) com

Micmacker said...

This give away is unbelievably generous - love this fab supply stash. I'd like to see pony tail holder tutorial. My daughter and I love, love, love pretty pony tail holders.

Tara said...

I could have some serious fun with this! Thanks for being so generous! I do love fabric covered buttons! I would like to see some tutorials on how to do some more of the amazing things you do! Thank so much for the chance to win!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

What a cool giveaway! I'm a nut for buttons and to have a supply to go nuts with. Wow! I'll take tutorials on everything you have to offer.

Jo said...

I'd love to see tutorials for hair accessories! These would definitely be really fun to work with :)

jo.tee35(at)gmail(dot)com

mab said...

What an amazing giveaway! I'm sure you heard my heart palpitations all the way across the country. I am the crafts coordinator for a Mothers of Preschoolers group and I'm always looking for tutorials. The crafts we do have to be easy (some moms are craft newbies), inexpensive, and something that can be done in a group of 30 (sewing machines are out!)... making jewelry is a fave and I'd love tutes on that!

Thanks for the chance to enter!
-mab
mab(at)onepost(dot)net

P.S. I was also trying to get my new Etsy shop up in time for Giveaway day. Y'all are ahead of me, though! I had such a crazy week last week that I didn't even get a giveaway going. Sigh....! But, I'm having fun entering everything!

Seaside Siblings said...

wow great giveaway! Would love to be the lucky winner. Tutorials rock!

Wendy said...

what an awesome giveaway!!!
a recycled-item tutorial would be cool...

jobanba said...

cool giveaway, and i do love me some tutorials! that being said, for your shop, i would say the best way to go is KITS -- i love learning how to do new crafts that way!

jobanba said...

cool giveaway, and i do love me some tutorials! that being said, for your shop, i would say the best way to go is KITS -- i love learning how to do new crafts that way!

aSprinkling said...

I know you already mentioned it, but the scrabble tile tutorial would be great!

The Titmi said...

Man I love your stuff! I think I have been slowly but surely learning everything you guys are doing :)
kellytitmusathotmaildotcom
Winning would be sooooo fabulous!

knit1purljill said...

Great giveaway. I would love to see a tutorial for a covered button hair tie and any other accessories for little girls! knit1purljill (at) gmail (dot) com

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a very cool giveaway! Thanks for entering me.

Sheila C. said...

Looks like fun!
I would like to know how to do the scrabble tiles.
thanks!
sheilamom4@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Wow what a neat giveaway!
sang(at)gci(dot)net

Susie said...

Oh this is exciting, been wanting to make some of these! I'd love to also learn cover button magnets and brads. thanks!

Feines Stöffchen said...

I have visited a lot websites with great giveaways but yours is one of the most interesting, I´m interested in new ways of doing hairthings with the buttons and magnets!

Best wihses from germany, Kati

SewSuzie said...

Great giveaway. Tutorials for magnets would be helpful.

Peach Rainbow said...

Great!
I'd love to see cover button tutorials.

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