a pretty amazing giveaway from Creativebug

Hey, everyone, the lovely folks at Creativebug just launched a new contest, and they asked us to participate. We love those guys, so we gladly said yes…and check out this motherlode of goodies they’re giving away:

So the grand prize is…

– 3 months to Creativebug +
– Alabama Chanin Kit including: 2 yards Alabama Chanin Jersey knit, 4 spools of Button Craft Thread, sewing needles, and Alabama Studio Sewing + Design by Natalie Chanin
– Radmegan’s Needle felting Peeps Kit including: Wool Roving, Needle felting needle and foam, and instructions
– 2 skeins of Debbie Stoller’s Alpaca Love yarn + 1 year subscription to BUST magazine
– 1 skein of hand-dyed yarn by Jill Draper Makes Stuff
– 2 Fiskars Hand Drills + 1 pair Fiskars scissors
– Assorted Rebecca Ringquist Samplers + needles + hoop
– Hello! Lucky Cake Topper Workshop Kit
– Found Bead Necklace Workshop Kit
– Herringbone Necklace Workshop Kit
Little Things to Sew by Liesl Gibson
Gertie’s Book for Better Sewing by Gretchen Hirsch
Heather Ross Prints by Heather Ross
Weekend Handmade: More Than 40 Projects and Ideas for Inspired Crafting by Kelly Wilkinson
Improv Sewing: 101 Fast, Fun and Fearless Projects, by Nicole Blum & Debra Immergut (that’s us!)
– Mod Podge Gift Pack including: Mod Podge, Podgeable Papers, Podgeable Shapes, Gold Glue and so much more!
– Washi tape

And they’re giving away 4 bonus prizes…
– 2 months to Creativebug +
 – One of these books by Jenny Doh: We Make Dolls:Top Dollmakers Share Their Secrets & Patterns,Signature Styles: 20 Stitchers Craft Their Look, Hand in Hand: Crafting with Kids, Creative Pilgrimage: An Exploration of Artful Gatherings and Discovery of Innovative Art Techniques
– 1 skein of Debbie Stoller’s Alpaca Love yarn
– 1 Rebecca Ringquist sampler + 1 hoop
– 1 Liesl Gibson Straight Stitch Society Pattern
– Assorted Patterns, Fabric & Yarn
– Hello! Lucky Cake Topper Workshop Kit
– Found Bead Necklace Workshop Kit
– Herringbone Necklace Workshop Kit
– Washi tape

You’re thinking you want to enter? Here’s how:
— Follow Creativebug on Pinterest
— Then create a Pinterest board called “I Made This!” that includes at least 5 projects you have made or projects on Creativebug that you would like to make (Improv Sewing projects, perhaps!)
— Include an official contest pin from the Creativebug I made this! Contest Board
— Go to Creativebug’s blog at http://blog.creativebug.com/i-made-this-contest/ and enter the link to your Pinterest board and your email address so they can contact you and tell you when you win!

To increase your chances, after you build your Pinterest board, leave a comment below on this post. Just say hi, or tell us which crafting skill you’d love to add to your repertoire (since Creativebug is all about learning new stuff). You can also visit the blogs of our fellow Creativebug instructors, listed below, and leave a comment on their Creativebug contest posts. Each comment counts as one more entry. (Limit one comment per blog though.)

Our fab fellow Creativebuggers (and what creative buggers they are, truly!):

Creativebug is also accepting tweets about the contest as entries if you follow @Creativebug on twitter, and include the hashtag #Imadethis and @creativebug.

To read the full page o’ rules, click here http://blog.creativebug.com/imadethis-terms.

Best of luck to you, everybody!!

This entry was posted by Debra.

23 thoughts on “a pretty amazing giveaway from Creativebug

  1. hi debra! this is the “other” debra over at a life with repurpose and i just saw the comment you left…i responded in my comments, but in case you don’t see it, i would be thrilled to have you link to my post! i haven’t been on your fb page, but i will check it out…i’m not always good with the whole fb thing…i need to be more organized! anyway, thanx for visiting my blog and take care!
    debra

  2. I love all the classes being offered but would really like to take the print workshop from Christine Schmidt just to start! Thanks for the chance s 😉
    msartist03 at yahoo.com

  3. Wow, that is a major haul. I’ve just recently heard about the site, but from what I’ve seen them add in that time, it’s going to be a great resource. What I would really like to learn is either to be better at fitting garments when sewing or quilting.

  4. I can’t wait to watch some of the sewing and printing videos. I’m an art student but we don’t have opportunity to learn some things like embroidery or screen printing. AMAZING GIVEAWAY!! Thanks!

  5. I’m enjoying getting to know Creativebug and the Creativebug instructors throught this “I Made It!” contest. – Happy Crafting!

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