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September 12, 2008

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My favorite changes, but right now I would say glitter!

What a delightful card. Thank you for sharing. You are such an inspiration. Dawn

My favorite tool .... probably my Stampamajig or my Nesties with the Cuttlebug. I have to line everything up with the Stampamajig. And love the "Bug" for my Nestabilities. Can't live without either!!

Sharon
http://inkiefinger.blogspot.com/

I like my Cuttlebug best of all!

Awwwww, I love Kitchen Sink Stamps!!! I can't wait to see the new releases!

Pick ONE favorite tool??? That's hard! I'd have to say my Cuttlebug. With all the great dies and embossing folders out there...especially Nestabilities...I don't think I would want to craft without it!

P.S. Great Tammy-style card :-)

My favorite tool is my cuttlebug. For emboss and for cutting felt!!!My favorite embellishment is... ribbons, buttons, flowers... LOL!!

I absolutly love my Big shot! It lets you cut dies out of so many different things.. not just cardstock. It has opened up a whole new creative venue for me.. texture, dimension, unique shapes on so many different materials.
I could go on and on. :)
thanks for the chance to win such fun blog candy..
Judy

My favorite tool is my x-acto blade!!! Oh, and score pal..
Thanks for the opportunity!

My favorite crafting tool is my Cuttlebug. It embosses and cuts dies. I use it all the time when making cards. It's so easy to use too.

I love my BigKick. It is so much fun using embossing folders, dies, texture pads...all of it. I have enjoyed every project I've made with it. Cathy

My fav tools are my Nestabilities! I am still new to using them but they are great! Thanks for offering such great blog candy and for sharing your creations!

I´m loving my score-pal right now it´s such a great tool as for embellishments i love ribbon. Lovely card and great candy

The card is beautiful. My favorite embellishment at this time is buttons. I seem to be adding them to everything. I also have been using my Cricut and Cuttlebug alot.

What fabulous blog candy...thanks for the chance....

My faborite tool is the Cuttlebug.....without that 'friend' I would be so totally lost.

As with many others, I must say the Cuttlebug is my favorite tool these days. It's versatility in being able to use all my stencils and die cuts from other companies is great also. Thanks for the fabulous giveaway opportunity.
diane clark, parasiempre49@yahoo.com

favorite crafting tool - my cuttlebug- many ways to use it!

My favorite crafting tool is the Cuttlebug, no wait, any and all punches, no - it's brads.....!!!

I love the paper piercer. I can add a design big or small to any card. It just finishes the card and adds that little something extra that is sometimes needed. Thanks for the opportunity. Your card is just stunning!

My favorite? Goodness! Hard question! Right now I am wanting to put bling on everything! So I'll have to say "BLING!"

Denise

Fav tool gotta be the cuttlebug - where else can you get such sharp,crisp embossing with one twist of a knob!

I really like adding ribbon to cards and using punches and paper-edging scissors to add variety to cards. Thanks for the chance to win!

Love your card. So dramatic and colorful.
My favorite is the Cuttlebug. I use it on almost every card now that I make.
Thanks for offering such a great gift.

Maxine

I guess that I have to list my stamps as my most favorite tool for cardmaking and scrapbooking. Thanks for the opportunity to win such great prizes.

My favorite embellishment would definitely be ribbon. There is such a wide variety from which to choose. Ribbon just adds that extra touch to any project.

Beautiful card *Ü*

My favorite and much needed tool is my trimmer - without it I would never have a straight edges!!
My favorite embellishment is either brad, button or bling - have to use it somewhere on my card! I think it just finishes off a card.

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