November 15, 2011

Giveaway with Plaid Crafts!


Plaid Crafts is back today with a great Christmas prize pack!  This giveaway prize has a retail value of $40 and includes the following: 4 FolkArt holiday colors, 4 FolkArt Extreme Glitter holiday colors, Sparkle Mod Podge, and a Value Pack of 25 brushes (awesome!)!
 
Maybe you can put this prize to use for Plaid's Crafty Christmas Contest (starts November 18)! Plaid staff will select their favorite project of the week for 5 weeks and award a $50-value basket of Plaid products.  And it gets better: a grand prize winner will be picked from the previous weekly winners and will be awarded $100 and even more products from Plaid! 
 
TO ENTER (Leave a separate comment for each):
Tell me what you would use your prize pack for.
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 Giveaway ends on Friday at Noon EST.
 Happy Creating! ~Kim

138 comments:

  1. OH this would be wonderful to win as I have around 40 ornaments to make by the 4th of December and then another couple of dozen or so in the following weeks.

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  2. I would love to use it to mod podge some signs then splash them with some paint for gifts.

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  3. I would make Christmas ornaments with this! I would also do a few projects I've been waiting to find supplies for...

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  4. I would love to be able to make some stocking initials using these supplies. Super cute, red, sparkly initials for each of our stockings. :o)

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  5. I follow 733- its one of my daily morning blogs!

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  6. I'm working like a madwoman on some Advent calendars, so I'd use it for that!

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  7. I would be using mine to paint some cute nativity scenes onto fabric as gifts.

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  8. What a great giveaway! I have the perfect project for the glitter paint to paint some old christmas lightbulbs for my apothecary jars! (Saw the idea on Pinterest!)

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  9. I am sure my 10 year old and I will find a super fun sunday afternoon craft to do! How fun!

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  10. 733blog has my FB "like".

    Tamrah T.
    jttso2ATgmailDOTcom

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  11. I am RSS feed follower for your 733 blog.

    Tamrah T.
    jttso2ATgmailDOTcom

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  12. What fun these products would be to use on fall leaves! I just read on another blog where painting Mod Podge on dry, brittle leaves will make them supple again. And the kids would enjoy painting them, too.

    Tamrah T.
    jttso2ATgmailDOTcom

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  13. Great supplies for Christmas presents!

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  14. I would love to win this! To be honest - I am not sure what I would use it for at the moment but when the inspiration does come - I promise it will be great! Such a fun giveaway!

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  15. I'd use my kit to transfer images onto canvases.


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  16. I am following your blog.

    serenap95(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  17. Making christmas ornaments!

    How lovely thanks for the giveaway :)

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  18. Our little school hosts a Holiday Hobby Day for the kids to create crafts. I would use this gift package for that day.
    lisa.otis6 at gmail dot com

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  19. They would come in handy to make some very cool Christmas gifts.

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  20. I liked seven thirty seven on facebook

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  21. I would use it to make ornaments with my kids. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. I'm a long time follower of seven thirty three :)

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  23. These would be perfect for all my Christmas ceramics that are in need of painting.

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  24. I like seven thirty three on Facebook

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  25. I'd probably make some fun ornaments with it! Then again, I've never used Mod Podge before (and have been wanting to) so the possibilities are endless! Thanks for the chance!

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  26. I happily follow 733! Thanks for the chance!

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  27. I would use them to recreate a few art projects I've seen on Pinterest! Thanks for the opportunity!

    Pam
    www.overthebigmoon.com

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  28. I would use it to make some ornaments for Christmas gifts as well as some signs that I am working on. Glitter mod pogde?! Oh the possibilities!

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  29. I am doing homemade this year for Christmas and have a ton of crafts pinned on Pinterest that I'd use this for!

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  30. I already follow 733 on Bloglovin' :)

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  31. LOL, trust me, my dd will find a way for us to use it up in a weekend! :D I'd love to do a homemade Christmas this year! Ornaments, gifts, and some signs!

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  32. I subscribe to your blog via RSS.

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  33. I love making ornaments and signs

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  34. well everybody here seems to know what they're gonna use it for... but not me! I'm still searching for a great Christmas Project to make... Also I don't know if I'm allowed to contest as I'm from Argentina living in Argentina...

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  35. and of course I'm already a follower!!

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  36. I would definitely use the paints for ornaments. I can see myself using the modpodge with yarn and Styrofoam balls! :)

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  37. Extreme glitter is amazing.
    Thanks for this giveaway1
    Maggie
    http://passionatelyartistic.com

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  38. I would use it to make ornaments and keepsakes for the holidays!

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  39. I'm working on some fantastic DIY Christmas gifts and this prize pack would be *perfect*!! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  40. I "like you" on FB. Actually, now that I think about it, I think it will show up as my blog-My Favorite Finds-and not myself-Carrie=as following you on FB.

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  41. I would put photos on canvas, I would make ornaments, photo coasters....I have a list a mile long!

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  42. I would use the supplies for the Christmas gifts I'm making!

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  43. i have 3 canvas and these would be just what i need to turn them into beautiful photo canvases!
    hgrossman at cableone dot net

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  44. I would use my prize pack to make some holiday crafts with my boys!

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  45. I would add them to everything I have to make ornaments for christmas that I do every year for the family

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  46. I've recently moved to Tokyo and fallen in love with washi paper. I'd love to play around with washi paper and Mod Podge since I can't find it here, and then some fun paint!!!

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  47. Well, if you have seen my etsy shop it would be obvious- ORNAMENTS! :)

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  48. My family is doing a homemade ornament party this year so I'd defini1tely use it for that. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  49. My son is having a birthday soon and I'd totally make invitations, party favours, banners, etc for his party. :D

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  50. I'm a follower of 733 as well :D

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  51. instead of fabric paint, we use plaid paints for freezer stenciling clothing. love the look, and we have so much fun.

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  52. I would make family portraits for Christmas gifts, just like the tutorial I posted on my blog: http://crafterellasisters.wordpress.com/2011/10/31/portait-using-transfer-carbon-paper/

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  53. Crafterella Sisters like seven thirty three on Facebook.

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  54. I would use this prize pack to make my decorations for the house and tree with my son :)
    sgrantrn(at)live(dot)com

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  55. I follow via GFC (thegrants)
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  56. I Like seven thirty three on Facebook (Stephanie Petty-Grant)
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  57. I would use it to work on Christmas gifts :)

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  58. I'd love to make ornaments with my kids. mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  59. I follow 733! mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  60. I like 733 on fb, too! mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  61. I would make some Christmas ornaments

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  62. Painting little Xmas houses for my village! I love to win :) Thanks!

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  63. I like 733 on fb as Tabitha Swain Klucking

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  64. I would give them to my 8 year old daughter. She is very creative and I'm sure she'd come up with something fantastic.

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  65. I'd love to make a Christmas sign!

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  66. I want to make Christmas ornaments!
    katelyn.j.stephens at gmail dot com

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  67. I am a follower
    Connie Haack
    letsgosew(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  68. I have a ton of craft projects that should be done by Christmas, My Mod Podge is almost gone, I also have two granddaughters that paint every time the are here, so my paint is almost gone. We are always painting and crafting here.
    Connie Haack
    letsgosew(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  69. I like 733blog on Facebook
    Connie Haack
    letsgosew(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  70. I would definitely use this for my holiday crafts this year.

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  71. I would use this to make handmade Christmas ornaments! Wittygrl19 at yahoo dot com

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  72. Oh, I'd have fun with these paints and brushes. Christmas ornaments for the ladies I work with would be on the horizon!! Have a blessed day!

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  73. Perfect to have and get going on the gazillions Xmas projects that need to be finished!

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  74. I would use it for so many things... my art journal & probably some holiday projects!

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  75. I can't think of just one project - I have some seasonal stacker blocks I want to make using the paint and mod podge

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  76. I would make Christmas ornaments.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. GFC Follower.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. kindysavon@yahoo.comNovember 18, 2011 at 10:37 AM

    Christmas crafts would be the first thing i would use this for

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  79. The things I could make, my mind just goes wild thinking of all of them.
    christinacovert at yahoo dot com

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  80. I am a follower.
    christinacovert at yahoo dot com

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