Win a $150 Crafting Kit from Elmer’s Craft it!

It’s time for a giveaway!

The fine folks at Elmer’s have generously agreed to send two crafting kits–one for me and one for you!

Tomorrow I’ll show you what I made with my kit. In the meantime, here’s a peek at the goodies they sent:


Want to win one of these fabulous kits valued at $150? Just leave a comment below. Don’t be shy! I love hearing that old and new friends are following the blog.

Giveaway ends December 19, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern.

Kit Includes:


•         9” x 12” Mini Bi-Fold Foam Board


•         Designer Series Gripster Craft Knife

•         Designer Series 12” Metal Ruler

•         Designer Series 12” X 12” Self Healing Mat

•         Designer Series 8” Scissors

•         Designer Series 5” Precision Tip Scissors

•         Designer Series Basic Shape Templates

•         Designer Series Decorative Shape Templates


•         Painters Bright Colors

•         Painters Sherbet Swirl


•         Dot Runner

•         Foam Mounting Tape

•         Thin Medium Glue Spots

•         All Purpose Glue Stick

•         Quick Dry Dual Tip Glue Pen

•         Elmer’s Designer Tape

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86 thoughts on “Win a $150 Crafting Kit from Elmer’s Craft it!”

  1. I like Elmer’s any products.
    Hope to win this gift because I will give this to one family who have six children. They like to do crafts.
    Thank you for excellent giveaway.

  2. OK, if the Kershaw household actually wins this stash of goodness, I’m going to invest in a craft organization system of some sort. You are an inspiration, Miss Rachael!

  3. Who doesn’t like free stuff? I’m not super crafty but I am creative and would definitely make use of it with my kids or Girl Scouts. Thanks for letting us know about your giveaway. 🙂

  4. Of course I shared the page. You guys are home-town superheroes! As for the craft supplies, I’m not sure what I would do with them, but it would likely be flammable. Or be a donation to a local school. Definitely not both.

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