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My Favorite Crafty Things: TOOLS + Giveaway

Hello, stampers. Welcome back to My Favorite Crafty Things 2015! I hope you are finding this series of recommended products helpful.

I have a lot to share, including big giveaways (see below) and even store discounts:

  • Simon Says Stamps is offering my readers 10% off site-wide using the code “JenCrafty” from 12/1/15 until 11:59pmEST on 12/15/15.
  • Ellen Hutson is offering my readers 10% off site-wide using the code “jensfaves” from 12/1/15 until 11:59pmEST on 12/15/15.
  • As you are shopping, please keep in mind that these stores and many of the stamp manufacturers had HUGE sales last week so inventory may be low. Please know that they have already placed re-orders!

Today focuses on crafting tools.

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Again – this is a long one. Lots to share…

[All products are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails. Affiliate links may be used at no cost to you. To watch the video in HD on YouTube, click HERE.]

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Keep in mind – this list of Favorite Crafty Things may also be used as a gift guide. Feel free to give this link to a loved one. You can keep up to date on all the topics HERE… and for my lists from 2014, click HERE.

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GIVEAWAYS

I have a giveaway for a lucky winner! Someone will get a NEW Tim Holtz Paper Trimmer!

For your chance to win a giveaway, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 12/15/15 telling me your favorite craft tool. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected, emailed, and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too. Thanks, Tim, for donating!)

See you soon!

[Please note that I purchased most of the products in this post personally. All are featured because I truly like them.]


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1,067 thoughts on “My Favorite Crafty Things: TOOLS + Giveaway”

  1. I’m getting the punch board for Christmas and I’m super excited about it. Thank you for sharing your other recommendations.

  2. My favorite crafting tool is my original Silhouette SD machine. It is so versatile because you don’t need to buy expensive cartridges. You can make many shapes and sentiments free using the software that comes with the machine. For more intricate designs, you can purchase them individually for about $1 or even 50 cents when the company puts the graphics on sale.

  3. I bought the powder tool immediately when I saw you demo it as I’ve used the bag type & can’t stand the feel of that on my fingers. Well, I can’t seem to make the powder come out. I see your’s flows easily but I can’t get that affect. What am I doing wrong? I tried taking some powder out and it still doesn’t work worth a darn. Help!

  4. Jennifer,
    I know I have watched your “Favorite Tools”, but I didn’t see anything on paint brushes. I need to find a good brand of reasonable priced brushed to use with the little water coloring I do. Can you help?
    Thanks,
    Kanre

  5. Just wanted to tell you how much I appreciated your video! I have been a crafter for many years but the last couple I took a break from it, wow, you don’t realize how much you miss out on. This video was a great way to catch up on the many new products out there, thank you for sharing!

  6. Jennifer, I didn’t think I wanted a misti tool but as I kept watching what you and Heather Telford have done with the tool, I finally broke down and got one . I do no like cutsy and my only grand child will be 18 in December so my days of kid stuff are pretty much done. But I do send out a lot of friendship/encouragement cards each month. So my tool arrived on Saturday and I probably stamped 50 things already. Right now I am working on a book with a story using stamped and colored images as illustrations (I can’t draw worth a darn) just for my own enjoyment. Most of the cards you make I wouldn’t do but I always seem to learn something I can use in the kind of cards I do make. I will keep watching and hopefully learning from what you share. thanks as always.

  7. I am enjoying all of your videos (the organization and favorite things are my favorites). I can’t wait to see your 2016 series. Your enthusiasm shows in every video , thank you for continuing to inspire us!

  8. Jennifer I watch everyone of your videos. I just love them all. My favorite tool is the Misti. I love it. Thank you so much for sharing all your videos. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  9. I really enjoy the tools by WRMK : fuse tools and punch boards. Lately I’ve been eyeing the new Frame punch board… 😉

  10. Jen,
    Happy belated Thanksgiving!
    I enjoy all of your “My Favorite Things” videos, and after searching hi @ low last year for the salt keeper (and being hugely disappointed that it has been discontinued) I was really excited to see you reference a new item! Yet you failed to include it in the list of items at the end of this article.
    Where oh where can I find this item for my Lawn Fawn stamp shammy?
    I look forward to hearing back from you!
    Thanks,
    Karen

  11. How to narrow this down??? I think it will have to be my MISTI which I didn’t understand I would love so much. I now can get a great stamped image. When I think “I don’t need to use it for this one thing” I always seem to mess up the stamping. Not a huge mess up, just a bit of a disappointment in the stamping. Next time, I use the MISTI and I’m back to great results.

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