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Friday, March 23, 2012

My Creative Time Friday Tip of the Day! ~ Episode 354

GOOD MORNING & welcome to "Friday's Tip of the Day"! Today you are ALL in for a treat! I have sweet Miss Debbie joining me again & she has the CUTEST projects EVER! Let's get started! For my card I used the Peachy Keen's March Stamp of the Month for the CUTE little mushroom! Other items used: Scallop & Stitched Circle Die, Recycled ribbon & So Grateful For You stamp set!
Here is my Tip for You in my video! ALSO, Miss Debbie & I are doing a FUN giveaway! See details below!;)


Now onto my FABULOUS "Guest Designer" MISS DEBBIE from "Bugjuiced"!
Ball Jar $1.99
Memory Jar......PRICELESS!!
Good Morning Everyone and thank you for stopping by to see another Friday tip of the day for my monthly guest spot for sweet Emma. Today I wanted to show you a cute project to make that is really quick and simple and just sweet!

The tip of the day here is to re-purpose old jars such as canning jars, pickle jars, spaghetti sauce jars and make something that holds a special meaning/message...make a Memory Jar!

This one is all about my sweet daughter. She is the best thing that ever happened in my life and at 26 years old I still think of her as my little girl and that will never change. So I made a Memory jar for my project.

I used the "Teeny Tags" dies and stamps as well as stamps from "Turn that frown upside down" and "This and That". I cannot tell you how much I love Emma's stamps and dies. The quality is just far superior than other stamps. Her dies I am loving. I didn't know what I was missing before I had them.

I took a ball jar (purchased at Michaels for $1.99) and bought a spool of 20 gauge wire and just twisted them up to hold my little sentiments. I had originally plan to use long tooth pick type sticks but couldn't find them anywhere!

I just bent up little swirlies to put the tags on and hot glued them to the lid.
I put sand originally in the bottom but think I will buy something else to go in the bottom so by the time this pic is put up it will maybe change. I added a cute little sentiment for the front and used from "This and That" set. I used the circle die from "Build a Banner" to put her Date of Birth on.  I used "Turn that frown Upside Down" for the You complete me, It really looks cute in person.  "My minds Eye" 6x6 paper pack Lost and Found and it is Market Street.

I also used the "TeenyTags" die to make a cute little banner for the top. I was going to use the banner kit but needed my banner to be a bit smaller. I bought these cute little letters at target for $1.99. There is a whole bunch of them. They just redone our target and I have to say the crafting area is much better. I used the dies from Teeny Tags both sizes to make the signs inside jar.

$1.99 Ball Jar at Michaels (Do you know how hard it is to take a good picture of a jar!!)

 It was covered up by the sand but you can use moss etc. It probably would be better since its hard to screw it on with all the loose sand.

This is such a wonderful sentiment! The papers were all from MME Lost and Found Market Street


 I dream of going back in time to when my baby girl was a baby! I LOVE YOU LINDSAY!!

2nd Project
I did a cute little gift card for a sweet friend. I used Close to My Heart Die cut Cards with envelopes and used Miss Emma's New sets "You are Perk-fect" and "Coffee break". I love this die!! I also used her Curly Label Die. Click on each of the products I listed for the store page they are on!

I printed pattern paper from my cricut cartridge "Kates Kitchen"and also used the Homemaker stack from October afternoon. I used my Close to My Heart Art Philosophy cart to do that cute little flap shape! I knew the special person I am sending this too loves Red. I think all of these stamps are just so Delish!! I will be putting a starbucks gift card in place of the "fake" one I printed here. I didn't have time to get their today since I was super busy at work!

CLICK ON PICS FOR LARGER VIEW
"Teeny Tags" used again for the Sweet Friend and the Many Thanks in pic below. 


"You are Perk-fect" set again for the cup stamp and sentiment above.


The cutest cup die in the world from "Coffee Break" 

3rd Project...yep its the last one!


I made a quick little card with the "Cocoa Motion" set
I used my Art Philosophy cartridge to cut this shape card. It is cut at 4 1/4" I think of "Do the locomotion" when I think of this set!! Although in my head I sing Cocoamotion instead of Locomotion!
I hope you enjoyed my long post and hopefully my tip of the day! 

THANK YOU MISS DEBBIE for ALL of these FABULOUS projects today!;)

Now onto our GIVEAWAY today! If you watched my video, I showcased one of my favorite little tools that I have had for years, my Ribbon Iron! I thought it would be fun to end this week on a "happy note" by giving this away to ONE LUCKY commenter! All you have to do is leave a comment HERE and on Miss Debbie's blog HERE to give yourself 2 chances to win! GOOD LUCK!;)
THank you SOOO much for stopping by & I will see you all back here Monday morning! Have a FABULOUS weekend my sweet friends! xoxo

130 comments:

  1. Awesome!!! Love the Memory Jar & tip for recycling ribbon with the ribbon iron. TFS

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  2. I just love this ribbon iron, what a great idea and I love the Memory jar, what inspiring projects!!
    Cheers Jennie jendewar at optusnet.com.au

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  3. How cool. Haven't seen these before in Australia.
    Mel

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  4. I have been doing this for ever. I have collected some beautiful ribbons this way. I would love the iron. I won't have to pull out the big iron all the time and the small "craft iron" I have doesn't get hot enough.

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  5. Wow what a great idea that memory jar! Love the projects today ladies!
    Babi96 at aol dot com

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  6. Super cute projects!! Great idea about recycling the ribbon! Thanks for the inspiration:)

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  7. I love your card Emma!! The glitter on the mushroom is so pretty!! Debbie I love your memory jar it is so creative and pretty!! Love the coffee cards as well!! Thank you Emma for the chance to win, I really could use this as I am always saving my ribbon off of anything and it always has creases!! Thanks
    Kristan
    sierrababy08 at hotmail dot com

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  8. Miss Debbie's jar project took me back about 27 years to when my sweet daughter was born. Gotta love those girls!!! Thanks for the tip and the opportunity. :)

    Shortscrapper

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  9. Love the card, beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us.

    Tracy @ JGsPumpkin@peoplepc.com

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  10. I love this ribbon iron. Great tip.
    Kerry

    mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

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  11. Love the card you made out of the ribbon. great tip. how cute is that Jar!!
    and I really want to learn how to make cute cards for some reason my cards just dont turn out cute.
    Hugs Nettie /.mommunson@yt

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  12. Emma, your blue mushroom card is gorgeous! Love that color of blue. I can't tell anyone how many, while working with my ribbon, I wished I had a ribbon iron!
    Debbie, your jar is so cute, love the "You perk me up" card-the design is neat.
    kidshomelove at yahoo.com

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  13. Your card is beautiful, love that little mushroom. Thanks for the chance to win. I know there is nothing worse than a wrinkled up ribbon ;) Debbie's projects are all awesome. Love that jar idea, what a beautiful keepsake.

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  14. As alway's, Miss Emma you have the best ideas, would love this little iron for all my wrinkled
    ribbon! Love your new store, congrats!

    Hugs
    Carol S

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  15. Great tip! Love the project! Thanks for the oppportunity to win.

    scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

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  16. I love watching your videos and all the "creative times" you share with us! Thank you for the chance to win that awesome ribbon iron, I didn't know there was such a cute little thing and I could've used that a million times already! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. Thank you for the chance to win the ribbon iron. I never saw it before. I enjoy all of your Friday tips. The pk March stamps are amazing and so is your card.
    thejanner@xcelco.on.ca

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  18. Adorable project. Love the mushroom! Thanks for the chance to win the ribbon iron! Very cool give-away!
    Kim T.
    kjoycec@juno.com

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  19. OH my ~ I have NEVER seen a ribbon iron! Do you know how many times I pull out that big iron or at times I don't and should! What a great gadget! Emma your card is so CAS! I LOVE it! Miss Debbie ~ Oh WOW! I think that memory jar is to PERFECT! What a great idea and gift to give someone! Thanks for all the tips and fun ideas!

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  20. I love this project. I have the whole case of jars leftover from a craft project a few years ago. Thanks for this idea.
    Deegeescraps at gmail dot com

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  21. Love, love, love that ribbon iron. That is a gem in itself. Hope to have a chance at winning. I don't think I have ever seen that before. Novel idea.

    Dianne Bell - Sewpro02@Aol.com

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  22. So cute! I have never seen a ribbion iron. Now I have to have one! TFS.

    kandi_8@hotmail.com

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  23. What a nice give away. I save ribbon all the time.This would be perfect to have on craft table. Love your card with the mushroom.

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  24. Beautiful card! I love the teal and white!

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  25. Would love to win the ribbon iron!

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  26. That is a fabulous tip Emma. I've never seen that ribbon iron. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Leslie

    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  27. I never throw anything away. This is the bees knees. I have never seen a ribbon iron. Pick me, pick me, pick me please.

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  28. Great projects. I love repurposing! I think I will do that for my desk. I don't have a ribbon iron, thank you for the opportunity to win one.

    Linda
    TheTulipCollector

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  29. how cool. i always save my ribbon from stuff. never knoew they had an iron for the ribbon. thanks for the chance to win.

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  30. Super cute projects! TFS and thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. I always have ribbons that are too pretty to throw away but I get really tired of dragging out the big iron to smooth them out, so this little gadget would be wonderful to have. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  32. I love your projects. I love to use ribbon on my projects. I didn't know that there was a little iron for them. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  33. Love tne projects! Very inspired to make a memory jar!!!

    Duffyloves14 at gmail dot com

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  34. I never knew they had an iron for ribbon Wow! All of the cards r so cute n the jar is amazing what a great idea thanks for a chance to win

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  35. What a neat iron! I never have seen one before and how handy it would be to use on my ribbon! I love all the projects and your card is beautiful! Thank you for the chance to win!

    plese.cathy at yahoo dot com

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  36. Great tips and great projects again! Thanks so much!

    missstamper (at) yahoo.com

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  37. That jar is so neat! My mind is spinning with all the things you can do with that idea.

    --C
    christinescreativecards@gmail.com
    christinescreativecards.blogspot.com

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  38. I never heard of this iron for ribbon, it looks like a great tool (why didn't I think of this). Great cards and wonderful idea with the jar, it has me thinking of ideas already! Thanks for the giveaway Emma!

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  39. Love your HAPPY little spring card Sweet Emma and would love to have that cute little iron in my craft space as well. Have I told you today how much I love your stamps? They are the best. Remember pick me pick me!!
    evorajo@yahoo.com

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  40. Cute card! I love the mushroom & the colors

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  41. I would love the little ribbon iron - I don't iron clothes either.

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  42. The memory jar is so sweet! I enjoy all the projects I see here. The ribbon iron would be very handy too!

    cricutcheesehead@gmail.com

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  43. That is a great tip Emma and LOVE your sweet card!Miss Debbie's did a FANTASTIC job too!:)

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  44. Great tips, TFS! I think the ribbon iron is just too cute, I'd love to have one now :)

    Thanks for the opportunity,
    Carol
    luvpurplecl2@aol.com

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  45. adorable little card, love the little mushroom with the big bow....I so need to practice bow tying LOL... Debbie did a wonderful job as well. I LOVE the scene in the mason jar ! beautiful!!!!

    www.scrappinwithmybug.com

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  46. This is such a happy and handy tool!!!
    Thank you for the chance on winning this!

    Love
    Jannie

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  47. I would love to have this handy tool--beats dragging out the iron.
    Pat
    plweir1969@yahoo.com

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  48. Awesome giveaway! I recycle every bit of ribbon I get on gifts or purchases and use it on my cards, too. This little iron would be perfect to make it look like new again!

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  49. I save all my ribbon, too!! This would be perfect for restoring it back to it's original shape.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win. You are the sweetest!
    Ruth
    irlundsten@aol.com

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  50. I save all of my ribbon as well that comes on packaging, etc...this is such a great little iron. I love all of your projects and inspiration!

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  51. Emma you always have the best gadgets to work with. Your card is so cute and simple to make!

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  52. I love it! Your card is adorable-and that iron is amazing! I have a ribbon iron, but it doesn't work near as well as that one-it looks just like a miniature iron.

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  53. OMG! All of these projects are fabulous. I love the iron. I had no idea there was even such a tool. Very tip of the day. I save all the ribbon from everything.

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  54. Cute card:)Thanks for the great tip Emma. I love to recycle ribbon as well, and have never thought about getting a ribbon iron, (hopefully I win it lol:). What a beautiful project Debbie, I am going to try to make one.

    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hug's!
    Monica L.

    monita23 at ca dot rr dot com

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  55. Card i super cute, thanks for sharing. I always recycle ribbons, sentimens, gift tags, etc.. It's such a great way to reuse craft supplies! P.S. this little ribbon iron is awesome? I would have never thought of this! Cheers, Rocio

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  57. I love your card and loved all the ideas that Ms. Debbie published. I have never seen a ribbon iron before - how handy is that? Would love to win one. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  58. Your 'Tips' always give me somthing to think about... Great ideas! I recycle ribbon but never thought of ironing it. Thanks Emma....

    netter at q dot com

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  59. Wow!! Great tips!!! Love the memory jar idea!! That ribbon iron is AWESOME!!!! Thanks for the chance to win
    reissfam10 at aol dot com

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  60. OOOHHH I will have to put that on my B-day list Emma! Thanks for the video!!!

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  61. That is so cool!! I didn't even know there was such a thing as a ribbon iron! Would love to win it...would be a lot easier than pulling out the old iron & ironing board set!!

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  62. What a great tool to have. Love the way the card came out. Wouldn't mind having this tool around.
    Thanks for sharing!
    lorrainephelps at sbcglobal dot net

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  63. I so wished I would have known about this little ribbon iron a while ago. I donated a whole bag of used ribbon because it was all cripped and wrinkly. Darn oh well went to a good cause. thanks for sharing Mindy1qc@msn.com

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  64. Love the awesome projects, the memory jar is absolutely amazing! I have never seen the ribbon iron before and I thought I was up on all of the crafty tools. That is an awesome tool!

    scrappindhilly at gmail dot com

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  65. Wonderful projects, love reusing stuff. TFS and the great giveaway.

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  66. You always inspire me to go to my craft table and begin making cards! Thanks for the chance to win this darling iron.

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  67. That memory jar is adorable. I still think of my boys (ages 23 & 27) as my babies, too!
    I also save ribbon from packaging. That ribbon iron is pretty darn nifty!

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  68. A ribbon iron....now how cool is that?!?! I didn't even know there was such a thing! Now I've gotta have one!!!!!
    sherri 12 at dishmail dot net

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  69. These are some GREAT Projects. Kudos! I finally got my Happy Mail Stamps. Smooches... Felicia - frankleecrafts [at] gmail [dot] com

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  70. I had no idea there was a little tiny iron for ribbons...I do save any ribbons I get on packages or at weddings and showers etc. Great tip!
    Debbie did a great job on her 3 projects. That paper with the little cups was perk-fectly wonderful!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  71. Would love to win a ribbon iron. Have so much ribbon. Don't want to send any out that looks used.

    Thanks
    lydiaalb3@roadrunner.com
    Lydia

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  72. Great inspiring projects and a new toy! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  73. I SO need to pick one of these up. I've used my own flat iron for ribbon before - LOL. It would be nice to have a craft sized one made just for ribbon. Your card is beautiful!!!! And I'm ALWAYS recycling ribbon too, why not, right? And awesome projects Debbie!!!! I'm SO glad you were able to guest design today! Hugs- Glora

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  74. Wow, what a cute little handy tool to have. I hate pulling the iron out to do that. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Michelle
    tanner9868@gmail.com

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  75. What a great tool! I have never seen one of these before and have thrown out many pieces of ribbon due to them being too wrinkled to use.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Hugs,
    Heather

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  76. A ribbon iron, who would have thought? Great idea! Love all of the projects, I need to order those stamps.

    lflinesatcomcastdotnet

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  77. Oh Emma! I would love to win this! My craft area is far away from my iron and this would be so handy. I have never seen one before. Thanks for the tip and the chance to win.

    mimi2trentdrew.blogspot.com
    cbarwick@comcast.net

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  78. Emma, you find the nifitiest little crafty helpers, don't you? What a great idea! Who wouldn't love this in their craft room. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Hugs,
    georgi
    georgifelixatverizondotnet

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  79. What a great tool, thanks for the video.

    alvinascreations.blogspot.com

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  80. I have TONS of ribbon scraps and more. This is awesome!!

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  81. Love the ribbon tip. This some awesome ribbon that you have there. Also the memory jar. So sweet.!

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  82. Love your card and really really love your iron. I have never seen one of these before otherwise it would already be in my craft room so I wouldn't have to drag out the big heavy one. :-)

    Precious Hugs

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  83. A Ribbon Iron, what a great idea. Thank-you for the chance to win one!!

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  84. such a cute card! I always love to recycle ribbon - its just too pretty to toss out! I would LOVE to win a ribbon iron!!!! thanks for the chance Emma!

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  85. Fabulous projects and I really like the idea of a memory jar!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  86. What a SUPER FUN way to iron ribbon. Would love to win this for my daughter - please count me IN! Love the memory jar project - thanks for sharing with us Emma. Ms Kadie in Arizona

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  87. wow!!!! the projects are awesome!!!! absolutely love the ball jar project!!!!!!


    rosiemini@gmail.com
    www.scraplovingminis.blogspot.com

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  88. A memory jar is such a fun and unique idea. The uses are endless. I've never seen a ribbon iron before and would love to have one.

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  89. Hi Emma!
    First of all, love your super CUTE card...the mushroom is so ADORABLE :)
    Thanks for the great tip with recycled ribbon...what a great way to get those creases out. Have a wonderful weekend :)

    Suzanne
    suzwatanabe@yahoo.com

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  90. Hi Emma,
    Never seen anything like that ribbon iron.
    Thank you for the giveaway.
    scrappinginazoo@gmail.com

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  91. HI Emma, another cute card for your stash. Thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for the chance.


    Sew Sweet N Crafty

    You can contact me thru:
    SewSweetNCrafty.blogspot.com

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  92. Thank you Emma for the great tip on recycling ribbon. i always save everything, but now i'll use it too. If i don't win your cool little ribbon iron, i'll just have to use my other iron. And the card is so cute with the little mushroom. Thanks for sharing.

    marianne dot wanham at gmail dot com

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  93. Love the memory jar, it's so adorable. The ribbon iron is new to me, what a neat tool!!!!

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  94. Beautiful way to upcicle a jar, TY Miss Debbie! Emma the ribbon iron is AWESOME, I am a ribbon reclycler too! Thank you for another fantastic week full of inspiration, prizes and tips!!!
    Have a lovely and restful wknd, you deserve it!
    Liz

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  95. So cute, I love the card with the mushroom!!
    Kathy
    salido99@msn.com
    http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

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  96. Love it! Especially the jar! Thanks for sharing.
    -Maddy

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  97. Oh *** another gadget for the craft room -- such a good idea but never saw it before your video -- thanks for sharing !!

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  98. What a great tool! I try to reuse everything I can and this would be so helpful. I love the memory jar idea, I put a picture of my husband on Myrtle beach in an old green mason jar with some shells and it brings back memories of all our beach adventures!

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  99. I don't like to get out the big iron either, so this little iron would be very handy dandy. Do you think I could straighten out my hair with it? (just kidding).

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  100. Great ideas, thank you! The little ribbon iron is cute and lots easier than dragging out the iron and ironing board. Love the jar idea and will go dig one out and give it a try.

    Sheri

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  101. The jar is adorable!! Love it, might have to do a couple of these as gifts!! TFS!! Great giveaway too! I saw one of these at the store a few months back and thought great idea! Expecially for the pieces i have stuff in a jar! THANKS!! JenBrierley2 at gmail dot com

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  102. I love the ribbon iron - I've been recycling most of my gift package ribbons. Thanks for the chance to win one!

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  103. Unique idea, I can't get over how many creative ideas I have discovered. Great project.
    ogdendoll@gmail.com

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  104. I love your neato tips how very clever of you...I love your little shroom so stinkin' cute!! the bell jar idea if clearly thinkin' out of the box lol
    I have one of these irons and I love it I bought it a few years ago when Holly Fossen was on HSN and she was demoing it...and I couldn't order it fast enough and you know she even used it on curled or bent up corners on her papers and it took care of the problem .. go figure.

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  105. Wow, so pretty! I love it- I bet it was hard to photograph- well worth the work! lclass003atgmaildotcom

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  106. I am always keeping the ribbons from products that I buy, so winning the ribbon iron would be wonderful. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

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  107. I love all the projects! My favorite is the upside-down jar collage!!! What a neat idea!

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  108. Ok Miss Emma now you have gone and done it!! I want one of these little irons hee hee! I always keep my ribbon also so this little booger would come in handy! Love your card (as always hee hee) I also loved Debbie's projects too sooooo cute and that jar is amazing! Huge hugs! Leanne

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  109. Great projects Emma! Would love to win the ribbon iron ... it is such a pain to get out the big iron from the other end of the house and into my craft room. Then of course when I need to iron something I have to go hunting for it!

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  110. Super cute card! I've never seen a ribbon iron, that would be a cool tool to have!

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  111. hi ms. emma... i look forward to seeing your videos and your wonderful ideas... hope the hubby is feeling a lot better... Please remember to stop and Breath... it works wonders... i actually had my daughter make a small sign for herself at work... so when it seems a little chaotic... and she looks up from her desk... it's there "Breath"...
    god bless...

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  112. Love using the ribbon from packages. Like this idea and I would probably use them more often if I had a ribbon iron to use. Great tip.

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  113. wow... i had never seen a ribbon iron before... thanks for the opportunity to win as I love to use ribbon from packages - kimberly

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  114. Ribbon Iron???? Never seen one ever but sure would love to try one. Good Idea!!! Happy Creativeness!!...

    xitlalli0508@gmail.com

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  115. Ive never seen a ribbon iron, but how cute! Would love to win it!
    Daladypej@gmail.com

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  116. Hi I whould love to win the ribbon iron that is a cool tip.
    LindaB
    top2kop@hotmail.com

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  117. Would love to win a ribbon iron. I've seen them before but never demonstrated.

    Thanks...

    dianaherrera at comcast dot net

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  118. Emma: I had no idea there was a ribbon iron. I think is perfect. This is a first time that I see this. Thank to show us! Happy day!
    lopezjrivera@centennialpr.net

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  119. Emma, playing catch up today and saw all your projects this week and they are all so cute! I love this card, well all of them this week. so cute. And how cute is that ribbon iron! And love the little memory jar, I am so going to try this. TFS and hope you got lots of rest this weekend. Have a wonderful day!
    lindagk23ataoldotcom

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  120. Cute little tool. Beats dragging out the big iron,and having a place to iron it.
    Dawn RI
    abosoffit@hotmail.com

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  121. Very Pretty Card. This is a perfect tool to add to my crafting tools. I use my iron now. This would make ironing my ribbon easy. Debbie I so love the jar! It would be great gift giveaway. I'll have to put this on my try list. Your card is just perfect. Thanks for sharing AJ!
    jeria22@yahoo.com

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  122. What a fun way to showcase a photo! Thanks for a chance to win!
    Renee@ icameisawicreated.blogspot.com

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  123. Awesome tool!! The card is beautiful and so is the jar...

    Thanks for sharing!!

    Mickey

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  124. This is a great tool! I love the jar...so pretty and creative!
    Gina

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  125. Ooooooo Emma...I love your little flat iron for ribbon!!! I have a little ribbon iron but it's more like a regular iron. I'm gonna have to look into a new purchase LOL

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  126. So very generous!!! Love the memory jar idea soooo cute! And unique!!! Thank you so much!
    Lisa

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  127. Have a BOXFUL of scrap ribbons that need to be straightened! What a perfect tool for that! Thanks.

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  128. That ribbon presser is about of the the coolest do-hickey's I've seen in a long time! I wouldn't have to go set up the iron to straighten out a piece to go on a page or page. Cute and functional! TFS.

    crmuirhead65 at gmail dot com

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