Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Jin's Give-Away #2 plus Last Day to get the Big Bang Bundle!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   


Thanks for playing along with me yesterday, everyone! It was fun to read about everyone's favorite crafting tool. I'm finally making some progress in my craft room re-org. I removed almost everything out of the room (again!) and found some things I forgot I bought. Seriously, when did I buy Tim Holtz's tissue tape dispenser and those rolls of tape? I really have to start buying only those supplies that I will actually use!

Before I show you today's give-away, let me just mention that today is the last day to get the 100-set (svg) Big Bang bundle for $100 or less with a coupon. If you have not seen this offer, click here to see why I think the Big Bang bundle is an amazing deal.

Now back to the give-away....

While emptying out the craft-room today, it was pretty obvious that I had gone overboard with the paper-buying. I'm running out of room to store my giant stack of 6"x6" paper pad and so today's give-away is for:


One Echo Park Springtime 6" x 6" paper pad
and
One Echo Park Be Mine 6" x 6" paper pad



Here's how to win:

Leave a comment here on the blog and tell me about your crafting space. Where do you craft? In your craft room or do you craft on the dining table like I used to (many years ago)? 


The terms of the give-away are the same as yesterday:

If you are not a follower of this blog or its Facebook page, you may enter this giveaway once.

If you are a follower of this blog or its Facebook page, you may enter 2 times. Just post your comment 2 times and mention in your 2nd comment that you are a follower of either this blog or the UnderACherryTree Facebook page.

International readers, please note: Since I am giving away physical items, I will only be able to ship the prizes within the United States. If you win but do not have a U.S. address, I will email a $5 Lettering Delights gift certificate to you as your prize and will draw another name for the physical prize.

Entries to this week's give-aways will close on Sunday, March 4 at 11:59pm PST. All winners of this week's give-aways will be picked by Random.org and will be announced on Monday, March 5.

236 comments :

  1. Great prize! I follow your blog.....

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  2. I have a craft room - all my own, except daughter no.1 believes what's mine is hers!

    P.S. I tried both yesterday and today to comment using my wordpress id - the comment doesn't appear!

    http://fenchurchcrafts.wordpress.com

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  3. I now have my own craft cave =) It's a room attached to my sewing/embroidery room ~ which gives me 2 crafty rooms in the back section of our house =)

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  4. I have a craft room....but it's very small. It's really more of a "storage room". I generally end up working on my projects in other parts of the house.

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  5. I'm a follower of the UnderACherryTree Facebook page.

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  6. I have a craft room....but it's very small. It's really more of a "storage room". I generally end up working on my projects in other parts of the house. (second entry...I like you on Facebook) :)

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  7. I have a "craft corner" in my living room. It's what works until we have a bigger house!

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  8. I have a "craft corner" in my living room. It's what works until we have a bigger house! Liked you on Facebook and follow the blog...

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  9. OOh I love paper!! I have a small area in our guestroom. would love to turn it into a totally craftroom but I don't think the grand babies would appreciate that. Thanks

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  10. Entry #2FB follower--OOh I love paper!! I have a small area in our guestroom. would love to turn it into a totally craftroom but I don't think the grand babies would appreciate that. Thanks

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  11. My husband made me a computer/craft room and I totally love it. I am always reorganizing the space,hopefully one day I will get it right!!!

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  12. You are motivating me to clean up my craft space. I am fortunate to have a whole room just for me and my crafts but it is a big mess. It also happens to be he place where I put everything that doesn't have a home to "clean up" the house. The craziness of the room has been stifling my creativity so I really need to get it cleaned up. Thanks for the motivation.

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  13. I took over my youngest sons room when he moved to Florida to continue on for his PHD. It's now my CRAFT room. I love the papers. Thank you for sharing Jin.

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  14. I follow your blog and your Facebook page!

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  15. I have my own room...used to be a sewing room but now it's a sewing/scrapbook room but I don't do much sewing anymore. :)

    Anne
    aelem @ aol dot com

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  16. I also follow you on facebook and your blog

    Anne
    aelem @ aol dot com

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  17. My main crafting space is a sweet roll top desk, a file cabinet that fits 12x12 paper and a small closet. It's very tidy and convenient for those slow moving projects. I used to be in the dining room, to be honest when I craft I almost always end up in the dining room still :)

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  18. I thought when my son got married I'd be able to use his room as a craft room. Didn't happen. Got used as storage instead. So I craft in the living room after plotting what I will do, getting out the correct supplies and then putting them away again. *sigh*. Someday....I'll have a proper craft room (under lock and key!)

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  19. second entry, I follow you on both FB and the blog!

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  20. My crafting space is in my conservatory, a dining room table overlooking my garden, i have 3 wardrobes for storage as everything needs to be put away or it gets sunbleached. Its lovely for half of the year, but sometimes its just too hot or cold to work out there :(
    I'm in the UK

    Helen
    helenstannett@tiscali dot co dot uk

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  21. I have a table set up in the living room to craft on. Waiting for 21 year old to move out and I will take over his room lol.

    June
    holliday125@yahoo.com

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  22. second entry, i follow your blog and i follow you on facebook x
    Im in the uk

    helenstannett@tiscali dot co dot uk

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  23. I follow your blog.

    June
    holliday125@yahoo.com

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  24. I love Echo Park paper, my crafting space is in my bedroom, my husband Has M.S. and spends most of his time in bed,or his wheel chair in the bedroom, and so to be with him, I craft there. I have 4 big bedrooms upstairs now that my sons are on their own, but I rather be with hubby, so my space is probably a little 4x8 foot space, tight to work in, but I manage:)
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  25. Entry 2..I follow you on FB and your blog:)
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  26. My craft room is our third bed room but will soon be moved to the garage as we have a new little on the way, so hubby kindly offered to close in half the garage so I could still have my space !!

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  27. Second posting!! I follow both!!

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  28. I turned our dining room into my crafting space. But to be fair, our playroom above the garage was turned into a "man cave", pool table, big screen tv, surround sound, and the list goes on. In my craft space, one corner is reserved for stained glass projects that I still dabble with a little....the rest is all for card making and projects.

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  29. My second entry ... I follow you on both. When someone gets a new Cameo , I immediately give them your link.

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  30. I have taken over my sons bedroom, that is what I now call my scraproom!! I love it when you can leave the mess out and just shut the door:)
    ~Kim
    follower:)
    http://crazyaboutscrapin.blogspot.com

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  31. Second entry....I follow you on facebook too:)
    ~Kim

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  32. I have a craft room (smallest bedroom) and it has a screen door latch at the top of the door to keep Jeremy (aged 3) OUT! I am also in the middle of a complete reorganize and remodel (new shelving units) and I am donating some stuff to my Church for the kids crafts. (my stuff isn't as cool as your stuff! LOL)
    Tammy

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  33. Very pretty paper! I have a spare bedroom for my craft room. Unfortunately, it is cluttered and I don't have space to craft in it. I use a table next to my computer so I can use my MTC. I am a follower.

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  34. I am stuck at my dining room table. I have a room in the basement that I am hoping to finish into a craft room. Some day . . .

    Michelle (mum22girlz@yahoo.com)

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  35. I love 6x6 paper!! My crafting space is where ever I set up my stuff. I don't have a craft room yet. When my oldest leaves the house I will be setting up my space in there.

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  36. My craft space, it works but wish I had an entire room:) I share it with my husband (his office) and also with my kids (the play room). Its a long room so it works. But would love to have a room ALL MY MYSELF:) But then, don't we all:) I am blessed that I have 2 tables all to myself.
    Thanks for this awesome giveaway!!
    Pauline
    Pauline at tinkertoys dot net

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  37. I'm a blog follower:)
    Thanks for this awesome giveaway!!
    Pauline
    Pauline at tinkertoys dot net

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  38. I'm a facebook follower.
    Thanks for this awesome giveaway!!
    Pauline
    Pauline at tinkertoys dot net

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  39. I have a designated stamping room. :) Well, CRAFTING room since I'm not always using stamps with my projects. :)

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  40. And... I'm a follower of the Facebook page. :) I just love your images!!

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  41. I craft in my scrap closet. That is my master bedroom closet. It's a walk-in so I have plenty of room for my table, supplies and me. Think Bat Cave but with paper instead of high tech gadgets used for crime fighting :) Great giveaway and thank you for the chance to win!

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  42. I craft in my scrap closet. That is my master bedroom closet. It's a walk-in so I have plenty of room for my table, supplies and me. Think Bat Cave but with paper instead of high tech gadgets used for crime fighting :) Great giveaway and thank you for the chance to win!

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  43. My craft space is what use to be my daughters bedroom. She got married and I took over! I use to craft on the living room floor and kitchen table. Thanks for the chance.
    Cecelia
    larocquecj at comcast dot net

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  44. Hi!! Happy Tuesday :)
    I have a craft corner and my ever growing stash is pushing me out of it!! I need to reorganize and clean up like you to make room for new things and probably discover items I forgot I had!!
    Thanks for the chance to win some paper!
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  45. I am a follower and FB fan as well!!
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  46. I would love to win the paper - I am lucky to have my own craft space in a an extra bedroom, tho it seems like I am in a constant state of organization :)

    Thanks,
    Beth

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  47. My craft room was the baby nursery for the family we bought our house from. It is the sunniest room in the whole house and I love that! I have full use of the closet and use the whole thing. When we moved my husband was able to take his office furniture, so all of that became mine! I have 2 oak book cases, 2 oak lateral file cabinets set side by side to form an "entertainment center" which I store paper, albums, etc. Printer and computer on the file cabinets. Another book case to store stamp sets and stamping supplies. A small 3 x 4 foot kitchen table serves as my work space. Even with all that storage, I still run out of room! I would find room for some Echo Park paper though!!!

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  48. I have a dedicated craft room too. It's called the Dining Room. Although technically, can it be called a Dining Room if the only things in there are craft supplies? (and a toy box? and a train table? and a foosball table? and more Webkinz than you can shake a stick at? I swear those things multiply in the night.) Ok. Maybe I don't really have a Dining Room. Or a craft room for that matter. But I DO have a craft desk. Sadly, there's no room on the desk to actually craft but that's what kitchen tables are for, right?

    Thanks for the giveaway chance, Jin. That's very generous of you!

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  49. FB and blog follower, too.

    And LOVE the paper designs! You have such a great eye for that sort of thing!!

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  50. I craft in my craft room! Although it is clean right now, so I hate to mess it up!
    mike
    mike69361@gmail.com

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  51. This is my second entry. I also follow on FB:)

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  52. Great Giveaway! I have a craft room. It is right off the kitchen so I can squeeze in some crafting while dinner is in the oven.

    Jan
    jan.schmeckpeper@gmail.com

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  53. I also am a Facebook follower.

    thanks again

    Jan
    jan.schmeckpeper@gmail.com

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  54. I use our dining room table for my crafting. It works, and it motivates me to keep the area clean. We do have to eat!

    Allie
    alb2521@hotmail.com

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  55. Kids are grown and gone, turned a bedroom in to my 'space'....love having a nice, clean room to work in.

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  56. I also follow your blog.

    Allie
    alb2521@hotmail.com

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  57. Oh wow, Echo Park paper is one of my faves! Sign me up please. I follow you here. Where do I craft...all over the house. I do a lot of my hand cutting in the evening sitting in front of the TV (dh hates it when I am hidden away in my little "hole"). lol But really I do have a tiny craft space where I do my stamping and mixed media work. But for die cutting I usually use the dining room table as I have more room to spread out.

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  58. I am a long time follower here and on facebook. Thanks for the chance to play.

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  59. I am new to crafting, so I do all my crafting on the dining room table. How I wish I have an actual crafting room.

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  60. I also follow you on facebook.

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  61. I *still* craft at the dining room table on occasion~because my crafting table gets buried under projects quite often.

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  62. I love Echo Park paper! I have my own craft area, but share the room with two of my homeschooling children.

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  63. I also follow you on Facebook.

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  64. I have a craft room, but still enjoy crafting on the dining room table so I can spend more time with my hubby!
    math_princess@hotmail.com

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  65. I love getting updates on your fb page! :)
    math_princess@hotmail.com

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  66. Right now I am crafting on my dining room table while I reorganize my craft space.

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  67. My craft room is becoming my craft floor. Our children have grown up and moved out so I am slowly taking over 3 rooms upstairs. One room is for cutting and running an embroidery machine, one is for paper crafting and the third room is where my other sewing machines are. I love it.

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  68. I also follow you on Facebook. My craft room is becoming my craft floor. Our children have grown up and moved out so I am slowly taking over 3 rooms upstairs. One room is for cutting and running an embroidery machine, one is for paper crafting and the third room is where my other sewing machines are. I love it.

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  69. I have taken over the breakfast nook in our house as my crafting area! I convinced my husband to give me one spare bedroom as a library, now I'm trying to convince him to give me another as a craft room...fingers crossed! :)

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  70. I also follow your facebook page!

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  71. Oh, I love Echo Park! Thanks for another chance to play along. I craft is the second bedroom in our little mobile home, and, I have a building out back that I call my studio. It's where I make paper and have a great set up so Mom, SIL, and I can all crop together during the winter (they are snowbirds). When DH and I were looking for a house, our job prevented us from looking together during daylight hours, so DH finally suggested I go find my craftroom, and hopefully it will have a kitchen. LOL! The joke is that it did not have a kitchen. We had to gut the house and rebuild, but the craft room is great!

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  72. I am also a follower and subscriber here.
    Oh, I love Echo Park! Thanks for another chance to play along. I craft is the second bedroom in our little mobile home, and, I have a building out back that I call my studio. It's where I make paper and have a great set up so Mom, SIL, and I can all crop together during the winter (they are snowbirds). When DH and I were looking for a house, our job prevented us from looking together during daylight hours, so DH finally suggested I go find my craftroom, and hopefully it will have a kitchen. LOL! The joke is that it did not have a kitchen. We had to gut the house and rebuild, but the craft room is great!

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  73. I have a craft room but I may have to switch to the dining room if we decide on baby #3, but actually I wouldn't mind since them I can involve the kiddos more.

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  74. I follow your blog and your Facebook page.Thanks for the chance to win your extras.

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  75. Love this giveaway and love Echo park! I craft in our bonus room above our garage. I've pretty much taken it OVER!!

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  76. My husband put built in cabinets, counters, peg board, shelving in the closet, etc. and turned my spare bedroom into a craft room just for me :)

    Again, very nice of you to do this giveaway!

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  77. I am a follower on facebook :)

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  78. Thanks Jin for offering some of your extras!
    I have a table in our extra bedroom that I use to craft.
    I also follow you on facebook.

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  79. I have a great room by my kitchen (so I can do 2 things at once). It has 2 big closets and 3 large windows. I love it.

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  80. I craft in the office I share with my hubby.

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  81. I craft in the office I share with my hubby. I'M A FOLLOWER!

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  82. I have an IKEA secretary desk that's set up in our small family/tv room (off of the kitchen and dining area) so it's the main area of the house really.

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  83. I craft in our guest room. The trouble is, we keep on having guests and from June through to September this year I am going to have to pack everything away.

    It's great having visitors (love our family visiting times), but horrible not having access to my craft tools and supplies.

    Mandy

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  84. I am a follower....
    I craft in our guest room. The trouble is, we keep on having guests and from June through to September this year I am going to have to pack everything away.

    It's great having visitors (love our family visiting times), but horrible not having access to my craft tools and supplies.

    Mandy

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  85. I craft in my small office/craft room. I wish it were bigger and dedicated to crafting only but it works for now. Thanks for a chance to win.

    Kris Dietz
    dietzrobles at yahoo dot com

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  86. I craft in my small office/craft room. Here's my second entry. I follow you on FB and your blog. Thanks for a chance to win.

    Kris Dietz
    dietzrobles at yahoo dot com

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  87. Hi Jin!
    I recently took my "study room" (I just graduated with my teaching license!) and turned it into my craft room and I LOVE IT! Nothing is better than leaving a project out and not having to put it away, it is ready for me when I come back! :)

    Thanks for the entry!


    3maabgr at gmail dot com

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  88. Me again!

    I too am a follower of your blog and love it!!

    Thanks,

    3maabgr at gmail dot com

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  89. Hello, Ms. Jin.

    I used to do my crafting on the floor of a very small bedroom. Since we moved, I have been crafting on a fold-able table I found at a hardware store. I have a wardrobe where I stash my crafting materials/tools. It will take a little more waiting to have my own room, with my dream craft space.

    Thanks again for the opportunity.
    Have fun with the craft room re-org!

    Nelle
    nelle.ganda@gmail.com
    http://cutsofjoy.blogspot.com/

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  90. I craft in the bonus room - along with the sleeper sofa and the TV.

    I thought you had a craft room for crafting, you know the one with the paintbrushes on the wall. Or is that just for the girls? neldacnm at yahoo.

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  91. Hey Jin, thanks for another opportunity! Let's see, I have a huge upstairs room for crafting. It is split into 4 sections. One section is my office for my business (virtual administrative business); this is the smallest section because I hate having to work instead of craft. Next section is my cutting area, for all of my die cut machines and some paper (kind of falls over into my office), next section is cutting area for my sewing. Then is the paper-crafting table/area with tools, supplies, and lots and lots more paper; and last, but not least, is area where all my sewing machines and materials are kept. Table tops are all door blanks. I am always looking for storage ideas. Thanks again for the opportunity and the ever present inspiration!
    Barb
    aossabo@gmail.com

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  92. I follow you here and on FB! I love the EP designs and I have the Be Mine one in digital format - I use it a lot! neldacnm at yahoo

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  93. Entry #2 because I am a follower of both your blog and FB page. Thanks again!
    Barb
    aossabo@gmail.com

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  94. My crafting space is in the guest room. However, I often bring projects into the family room to work on while watching tv. Plus, I digi scrap in the family room.

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  95. Thanks for the chance, Jin. Thanks to my sweet husband I craft in my loft. Last year he converted it for me and I spend many hours up there. We can still talk to each other through the opening, but I have to figure out a way to see each other - can't make another opening, otherwise I'd have to storage space.

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

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  96. I'm a follower of your blog and your facebook page.

    Thanks for the chance, Jin!

    Carmen L

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  97. I am a follower. Love the EP paper. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  98. I have a craft corner in my bedroom, that tends to take over regularly... I am in the midst of reorganizing (and purging it) too. You can see pics here:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.203211633043433.49878.202722503092346&type=3
    I wish I had a real craftroom, but I am glad to have a designated spot!! ;-)

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  99. Hmm, the link didn't post... oh well, the photo album is on my FB page "Dare to Bee Creative".
    And I follow you here and on FB. :-)

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  101. I started crafting on the dining room table of the small, 690 sq. ft. condo my husband and I started out in. Now, I craft in a small, spare bedroom and I am in the midst of a reorganization. I have had to admit I am a bit of a hoarder. My sister, graciously, calls me a collector.

    I have many items that I need to part with; many are going to my brother-in-law's elementary school class for crafting. Thanks for the inspiration. I am a facebook follower, as well as your blog

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  102. My original craft workspot was the laundry room which remains my sewing spot. Then, I started using my bedroom corner for my workspot. Now I work in the den on a huge hand me down desk my husband gave me. I am eyeing my daughter's room for my next workspot. Do they ever move out? Facebook follower and blog follower!

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  103. Hey Jin!!! My scrappy space is in my bedroom...sigh. I have three young adult children still living at home...I guess I make it too cozy for them...and if just one would move away, I have plans to widen out my stash! :)
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaways!
    Hugs...KATHY

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  104. Back again for my second entry. Of course!!! I FOLLOW BOTH YOUR BLOG AND FACEBOOK PAGE!! Duh! ;) LOL
    Hugs...Kathy

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  105. Hi Jin.....first off I have to say that I LOVE all your projects and tutorials, they are so fun and helpful! Second...unfortunately I have to scrap in my bedroom, I have a very small 2 bedroom condo and no room other than along one wall in my bedroom. I someday dream of having a studio (I might actually get more done), but for now...it's in the bedroom!

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  106. Also, I follow your blog and facebook page!!

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  107. My very nice hubby built me a 10 foot table with many cabinets in the laundry room for me to craft my heart out.

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  108. Back again since I follow your blog and facebook page.
    My very nice hubby built me a 10 foot table with many cabinets in the laundry room for me to craft my heart out.

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  109. Well, I have a small table in a kitchen alcove...but it's really only big enough to hold Cameo, laptop and markers...So my crafting spills onto the kitchen/dining table. :)
    Those papers look so fun & cute!

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  110. I'm a blog follower :)

    I have a small table in a kitchen alcove...but it's really only big enough to hold Cameo, laptop and markers...So my crafting spills onto the kitchen/dining table. :)
    Those papers look so fun & cute!

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  111. Love Echo Park paper :) I craft in an area of my basement where the kids play too :) I used to craft on the dining room table too.

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  112. Let's see...well, I have a craft room that I share with my mother but sometimes, when my side gets too messy and I don't want to clean before I start I just get the stuff I want and do my project in the livingroom, lol!

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  113. Let's see...well, I have a craft room that I share with my mother but sometimes, when my side gets too messy and I don't want to clean before I start I just get the stuff I want and do my project in the livingroom, lol!

    I'm a follower too!

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  114. Well in our condo back in San Diego I had a craft room all to myself, and a giant wonderful desk that my best friend helped me build from scratch. But now that we're in a one bedroom apartment in San Francisco I have a craft "nook" instead. It fits a little desk and my paper tower. I also use half of our closet for storage. But I am glad I am not having to use the dining room (especially since we don't have one, or even room for a table)!

    <3 Alyssa
    alyssaleanne at mythoughtsexactly dot co

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  115. And of course I follow your blog and Facebook page :)

    <3 Alyssa
    alyssaleanne at mythoughtsexactly dot co

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  116. I craft in my bedroom. I have a little corner in my bedroom. Hoping to have my own craftroom in the near future. More room, more craft items, hehe :D

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  117. I am fortunate enough to have my own scrap space or nook or crevice or whatever you'd call it! LOL It's not a lot, but it is a dedicated space. :-) It's actually a corner of my storage room but we moved the storage shelves back creating a small rectangular space that we then added shelving and a workspace too. Nothing fancy but I love that I can leave my projects out if I don't finish them and close the door. No one knows or cares if it's messy but me! LOL. I'm loving that Be mine stack and would love it if you would pick me! Thanks for the chance to win. I enjoy all your crafty ideas. :-)

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  118. 2nd comment....I'm a follower. Thanks again!

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  119. I craft in two places. On my dining room table by my computer and Cameo. Also, I craft downstairs at a desk in my basement. I would love to have one space where everything can be but I guess the excercise going back and forth is probably good. :)

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  120. 2nd comment here. Thank you for the chance to win some free stuff. I follow both!

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  121. I have a little corner in our den as my crafting space. I do need to find a way to organize everything better, so i can actually find my tools.

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  122. I scrapbook in my livingroom. It's a perfect space to scrap because it's a little "nitch" in the room that is perfect for the tables!

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  123. Second comment: I'm also a follower on facebook!!!

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  124. My craft room is our 3rd bedroom. Its a great space where I have my computer, zing and sewing machine. Luckily being retired, I still have another bedroom for visitors!!. I live in New Zealand so will really like to win a Lettering Delights Voucher. Although those paper pads looked lovely.
    Linsay Ross

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  125. I went under anonymous for my first post. I am a member of your facebook page and keep up to date with your posts all the time. Love your creations
    Thanks
    Linsay Ross

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  126. My garage is my crafting space.

    Felicit
    fsclassen at gmail dot com

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  127. Second comment : I like you on FB

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  128. WOW Jin! this is gorgeous paper.... so over buying ha? lol Thanks for your generosity!

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  129. I follow you here. I have to go check out your FB page:) Thank you for all that you do. I have been looking at all your work and it is amazing!! Thanks so much!!

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  130. Love your web site, must go to FB as well. I share my craft space with the washer and dryer but it's a large space fully utilized with all my crafting supplies. My front windows look out on the open space across the street while I'm working at my counter height table. The best part is I can leave a mess and no one else has to see it!

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  131. Hi, Jin.
    Lovely paper pads. I would live to win! Thanks for the chance.
    Sally in California

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  132. Oops! LOVE not live. I am a long time follower of your blog.
    Sally in California

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  133. I craft at a table in my bedroom. I actually have a craft closet in there:-) I often end up on the floor though because my table is soooo crowded!

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  134. follow your blog and facebook:-)

    I craft at a table in my bedroom. I actually have a craft closet in there:-) I often end up on the floor though because my table is soooo crowded!

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  135. I craft in my craft room! When we bought this house i made sure we had an extra room for it! I crafted at my dining room table for about a year and it was cramped! lol

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  136. follow your blog and FB!! I craft in my craft room!

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  137. Great prize, I craft in my office.

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  138. I have a craft space that takes up one side of our finished basement. It's a mess, I have too much stuff or they're just not organized well so they overflow into the walkway...

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  139. I craft in my craft room for now. That room will soon be taken by a crying little munchkin who will steal my heart once she comes into this world. Once the baby is in there I will be sharing a room with my husband. He's not happy that I will be encroaching on his game room aka the man cave but I don't have many other options. Maybe I'll just steal half the garage from him since he's made it law that garages are not made to park cars in. LOL.

    I follow your blog.

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  140. 2nd entry! I am a fan on Facebook.

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  141. I craft in the corner of our livingroom. It works well because I can craft, talk with my family, and watch tv all from my desk. The only thing my family does not like for me to use is my Cricut while their shows are on. Apparently it makes too much noise.

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  142. I am a follower. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  143. i have a table in my bedroom with my supplies everywhere and anywhere in there too. for big big projects i confiscate the diningroom table. but my own table has allowed me to craft much more. yeah. i went from a two foot table to a four foot one.

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  144. follower! i have a table in my bedroom with my supplies everywhere and anywhere in there too. for big big projects i confiscate the diningroom table. but my own table has allowed me to craft much more. yeah. i went from a two foot table to a four foot one.

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  145. I have a craft corner in the basement, but I find myself at the dining room table or on the kitchen bar most of the time. I need to get better lighting in my craft area!

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  146. I'm a blog and FB follower. Thanks!

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  147. my husband was nice enough to give me a little space in our room where I can do papercrafts. but for my digital works mostly here in the office during my free time which is always hahahaha

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  148. ive been a follower of your blog and fb fanpage since forever! hahahaha

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  149. My craft space has taken over the nook attached to the kitchen =)


    www.shortycreations.com

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  150. I'm already a follower on your blog and facebook =)

    www.shortycreations.com

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  151. I have claimed a corner in my unfinished basement. i have built the space with some hand me down and thrift store repurps. I am slowlying getting things organized so i can acutally find what im looking for when i sit down to craft.

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  152. Great prizes. Unfortunately, I don't have a dedicated craft area, so it's the coffee table for me usually. I am getting somewhat organized though with a specially made chest to hold my stamps (yeah). I am a follower of your blog.

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  153. i am alreay a follower on facebook and your blog!

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  154. 2nd entry. Thanks for the great prizes. I hope one day I'll have a dedicated craft room, but like many of your comments above, I work in the living room so I can be with my DH.

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  155. Hi Jin!
    I craft where ever i can!! I have 5 young children, so it's usually during the day, when most are at school, at the dining room table. A craft room is on the wish list :)

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  156. I craft at the dinning room table. It is the only table big enough.

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  157. I follow you on your blog and facebook.

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  158. Hi Jin! I do my crafting in my craftroom/spareroom. I would love to move the bed out so I would have more room, but it always nice to have it when we have family staying with us. :)
    Lori

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  159. I am a follower of your blog and facebook page. Thanks for all the great info on the Cameo... I just got one and I appreciate all your tutorials.
    Lori

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  160. Love the paper stacks!! Thanks so much for the chance to win! I have an office/craftroom that is very small & it tends to be my catch-all room as well so not really much space in there to craft not to mention my desk is usually cluttered with business paperwork (we own the only taxi/medical transport service in our small town). So when I craft I usually have to take all the supplies I need to the kitchen table or coffee table. One of these days (years, lol) I hope to have a dedicated craft space :-)

    Jody
    aerynx at gmail dot com

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  161. 2nd entry - I'm a follower of your blog & facebook. Thanks for the 2nd chance to win :-)

    Jody
    aerynx at gmail dot com

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  162. Funny you should ask...I just posted a pic of my new craft table. I have what used to be a small nursery upstairs and my craft cave...could live there if people did not want to see my face occasionally. I have my cutting machines hooked up to my main desktop downstairs so that I can see the light of day too LOL!

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  163. I am a follower of you facebook too, but not much time spent there!

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  164. No real crafting space just wherever I can in the house.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  165. I have a small loft that I create in.. I need a bigger space. Thanks for the chance to win, love your blog and all the things I am learning about the silhouette!

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  166. I have my very own craftroom and it's my oasis! Our neighbors custom built everything for me this past summer, and I adore it! Stop by my blog and take a peek if you get a chance!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  167. Well my crafting space is my dining room table. It has been for years and I don't see it changing until I can get my 21 yr old daughter to move out! ;o) Since I'm quite attached to her I don't see that happening soon!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  168. I'm a FB and blog follower!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  169. Too much paper? I have NO idea what you mean. I can always use more, more, more!
    Karen

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  170. Too much paper? I have NO idea what you mean. I can always use more, more, more!
    Karen

    I'm a FB follower. :0)

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  171. Whoops - I forgot to say where I craft. I have a craft room and feel very blessed to be able to say that.
    Karen

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  172. I have a crafting room all to myself and it is jammed packed with lots of fun stuff. I have my computer in there, so you're in there too with me. I'm a FB follower too.

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  173. I have an office. I've been told that I'm going to be put on that show Hoarders. I'm okay with that.

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  174. Am I supposed to do two posts as a FB user?

    Okay, here it is.

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  175. Sadly, I have to create in the corner of my living room at a small desk. It's quite an eyesore, but hopefully temporary just until we move!

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  176. 2nd comment - follower on FB and blog

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  177. I have a craft room but it is actually our formal dining room. We are not formal people so I turned it into my craft room. I had another spot for my table though.

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  178. I am a blog follower! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  179. Before my recent move, I used to have a space upstairs in the hallway to craft. We don't have a big house, so that hallway was a small office/crafting area w/out a door.=) Gotta be creative right? It just didn't look right not having anything in that large empty space.=P

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  180. Well.. kinda sad for me... I gave up my craft room so my son could have his own bedroom. Prior to this my boys shared a bedroom and honestly they just needed to be split up... some people will know what I mean. But because of this, I had to move my "crafting area" to my bedroom.

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  181. I'm a facebook and blog follower! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  182. That paper is so pretty! I actually have my crafting stuff spread between 2 rooms. I have a craft room that is fairly small. I have a few too many hobbies, so that room houses my sewing machines, fabric, floral supplies and a few of my papercrafting supplies. Then the rest is in my computer room since I use the computer to cut with my Cricut E. All my papers, vinyl and cricut supplies are in the computer room.

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  183. I am a follower of your blog. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  184. I did have a wonderful craft room, but we recently moved to another state and are currently living in an apt until we find a house...so I craft whereever I can find the space, dining room table, computer desk, floor, living room...you name it!

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  185. I have a craft room although it is a sewing/craft room so there is a lot of stuff in there.

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  186. I am also a follower of your blog and your facebook page. Thanks for the giveaway.

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