Week of October 28th, 2012

We are giving away a Space Party cartridge.

Drawing will be held on Sunday, November 4th, 2012 and announced here.

How to win?

1) Follow this blog or subscribe via email. See upper right hand corner of blog to do so.
2) Leave a comment under one or all posts this week for maximum chances. See HERE if you don't know how to leave a comment.

Friday, December 2, 2011

How to Leave Comments on Blogger Blogs Video

We get questions weekly on how to leave comments and so we thought a video was in order to show you how.  I hope this helps!

Check it out below (if you can't see it, click HERE):




Don't forget we are giving away a Cricut Handyman Lite Cartridge!
How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below letting us know if you've finished your holiday card making yet.
2) Subscribe or follow the blog!

That's it!  Winner will be announced on Sunday, December 4, 2011.


Be sure and check out Joy's and Melanie's personal blogs for more creative goodness at Obsessed with Scrapbooking and Courtney Lane Designs! Have a great day!
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Melissa said...

Thanks for the tutorial!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial...it was so thoughtful!

And NO, I haven't even started on my christmas cards. I was thinking of maybe doing some this weekend.
wandsmom@insightbb.com

missleyden said...

Thank you for the video!

Tami B. said...

I don't think I'm going to finish my cards this year. I'm afraid there's gonna be some Hallmarks thrown in the mix.

callyannc said...

Thanks for the info! TFS CallyAnn

Maria said...

Aha! Thanks for the tutorial! (And the chance to win Handy Man!) No ... I am running out of time, so only close family members may get a handmade card this year since time is running short. Just a few weeks away ---- eeeek!

maria_m_nestor (at) yahoo.com

Corina Daily said...

Thanks for the video!

Natasha said...

Thanks for the video.
I haven't even started my holiday cards yet. That's my plan for the weekend, among a million other things I need to do.

natashacrafts at gmail dot com
craftingwithnatasha.blogspot.com

TammyB said...

I am not finished yet but I have a great start! I am gathering with friends over the weekend to finish up!

gomatt said...

Awesome video. Thanks so very much.
LindaB in WI

Paper Memories4u said...

This blog is always so helpful. Either with crafty ideas or helpful info. Thanks for sharing. papermemories4u@ yahoo.com

hopefulcrafter said...

I have not finished my Christmas cards yet, but I did start and I plan on working on them this Sunday.

Judi said...

I haven't finished my holiday cardmaking---YET! Soon though. I just keep seeing such cute inspiration on blog sites and this site especially, that I have to make just ONE more. :D Having fun! :D
Thanks for the tutorial on posting a comment. It took me awhile to figure it out on my own when I started, so I am sure this tutorial will be of help to someone else who is just starting out. :D

CREATIVE M said...

Thanks for the tutorial... and yes I will done with Christmas cards this weekend,I hope...

Mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

Luria said...

Hello, I wanted to say thanks to you wonderful ladies this has been an amazing year I have learned alot of different things from you. I wish you a wonderful Holiday season. I have made a few cards to send out this year I hope to make some more this weekend.

Luria

Sharon said...

As always, your site is worth reading!
I have finished my christmas cards and am working now on Tim Holtz 12 days of christmas tags. I am finding more use for my cricut other than for scrapbooking.
Thanks for the chance to win this cartridge.
Sharon

Cori said...

Thanks! I have most of mine done!!

Heather said...

Thanks for the video! My cards are a work in progress!
Ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

Kristina and Joe said...

I am being a Scroog this year and not sending out any cards. But I used my Cricut for a lot of Christmas Presents. I follow this blog. keeich@gmail.com

Kim said...

Thanks for the video! No, I haven't finished my Christmas cards... hopefully this weekend.

Pat N. said...

Finished?!! Are you kidding? I've barely started and I usually send out my cards by first of December, which means I better be pretty busy this weekend making cards. Luckily, I don't have that many to make. Thanks for your terrific giveaway.--Pat N.

Wendy said...

Yep, finished my holiday cards. Now I just have to get the holiday shopping completed!

Wendy T.

Tammy said...

I am pretty fortunate that I started my cards early. So actually "yes" I am done with them.
smiles...Tammy

Laney's Legacy's said...

not yet but hope to this weekend.

later tater,
laney

Bunnyfreak said...

That's for the tut. Need to get my cards printed.

Leslie G. said...

One thought: CHRISTMAS CARDS!!!! On Dasher...

Rachel said...

Nice tutorial! I'm sure a lot of new blog readers will find this helpful! :) I opted to send out printed photo cards this year. Planning to make homemade tags though! :)

Melissa said...

I'm still working on my cards...and I'm still trying to find my address book! Things tend to disappear with a 3 year old in the house! lol Thanks for he chance to win!

Danka Doo said...

I have not completed my Christmas cards but do have some finished. It seems I always over plan on all I am going to make for gifts, etc when I know I will not have the time to finish it all. LOL!

Debbie (from Sugar Land) said...

still working on the cards. Thanks for teaching us all so much!

Jingle said...

Finished?! I've barely started! LOL! But I always get them done! YAY!

Naomi said...

Thanks for sharing! I know sometimes these blogs can have a mind of their own when it comes to the comments!

Cheryl Winget said...

Very clear tutorial! I am so pumped because I have now finished all my cards, my Christmas letter and our family calendar with photos, birthdays, anniversaries and the 2012 holidays all included on it. I also put everyone's contact info on the back. It's a great resource for our scattered family.

Vanessa said...

Thanks for another helpful video! No, I haven't finished my cards. I guess it's about time I get started!

CricutLvr!! said...

Thanks for the video and all that you do! I really appreciate it!!
and..... NO!! I haven't even started working on my cards yet 8(
Have a great weekend!!

Kristie Maynard said...

I've finally decided on a card and got them started. Wooooo Hooooo! They are coming along pretty well and I should be able to finish them at our Christmas Crop on Sunday.

Rebecca W said...

I haven't finished Christmas cards yet this year.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial now I know how to sign up for the drawings. This is my first time to sign up. will be doing more now.
Been working on my Christmas cards but have a lot more to go, it will be a late nite today and tomorrow.

Loret; from MN

Beebeebabs said...

Thanks for tut

Holly Hudspeth said...

That was nice. You may have just save 100's of bloggers time in answering that question. Thanks!

Debbie said...

thanks for the tip and the video tutorial
upnurse at aol dot com

Look around the corner said...

my christmas stuff ready? no way i have many more to make. Can you help me??? just playing.

thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win this lovely cartridge.

Eveline

Saskia said...

I'm not finished yet and I very much doubt I'll have them all done in time so I actually bought (oh, horror) some today.

HappyExpressions said...

I'm still making my cards but almost finished. I am a follower.

stampwithcarol@gmail.com

sally magsig said...

Hubby is a major handy man. Would love this making creations for him. Love it.

Froggie said...

Yes, Christmas cards are done, but I have to admit they were ordered on Snapfish - just don't have time to make my own (shame, shame, shame).

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

nope, haven't started can't decide what i want to do yet. lol

i'm a follower.

Cathy said...

You know, Everyday Cricut was my very first blog I followed and still today it is one of my all time go to blogs for reasons just like this tutorial. Thank you, Joy and Melanie! Christmas cards done? HA! Who are you kidding? LOL!
MCF's Mimi

Yolanda said...

I'm a follower and have mostly finished my Christmas cards. I do mine very early for Operation Write Home and keep a stack for myself. I'm done with Valentines too! Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

Hooray my cards are finished,except for all the new ones I want to make now that I've discovered Everyday Cricut.

Kadi from Mn

Linda said...

I love your tutorials. I am just beginning my Christmas Cards. Next year I want to be at least one month ahead of the calendar. Guess I will make that my New Years Resolution.
Thank you
Linda in Stanwood

NurseShelley said...

Thanks for the tutorial it was good info!!

Ashley @ Bride on a Budget said...

I haven't even started my holiday card making.

Rhonda Miller said...

Thanks for the video!

Denise said...

This cartridge looks like so much fun ! Thanks for the chance to win.

Denise J.
drjohnson0526@gmail.com

Barb A. said...

Thanks for the video.

scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

Denise said...

I am just now trying to get my groove on to make my cards! Thanks for the giveaway! Denise. Queenbee.speigle@gmail.com

Jan Foselli said...

Awesome tutorial! TFS!

Cynthia B. said...

um...no, I haven't even started with the cards yet! *blush*
I'm figuring I'll have to have a couple of marathon crafting sessions to get the cards made, addressed, and sent out!

Hoppy said...

YIKES! No haven't started my cards yet, but planned out the design, so that's what takes the most time for me.

Thanks for the video!

Would love to win the handyman cartridge, thanks for the giveaway!

KarenBeavers said...

hope to win the Handyman cartiridge so I can make things for my handymen around my house and my son's house .... love your site most comments I have ever left LOL

KTbirdiegirl said...

I have finished all the cards I will be handcrafting this season. I also just put the finishing touches on six wordbooks that I'm giving as gifts. It's a great feeling! Thanks for all the inspiration you give us throughout the year!
Kathryn

Candy said...

Great tutorial! I would love to win the Handyman Cartridge! I need to start my holiday cards soon!

Rachel said...

I started my Christmas cards, but I didn't finish them! I actually came up with an idea for a card for a few of my colleagues based on hilarious inside joke that happened at work, so I'm hoping to do that this weekend!

Ann said...

I haven't started my cards. Have another scrapbooking project I have to be finished with by Tues. or Wed. So will start right after that is done. Thanks for all your tutorials.
Mstgane
Ann

Paula M said...

Thanks for the info. I only create everyday cards, it is to hard to send out handmade christmas cards.

kruzr87 said...

Yes, I just finished making my Christmas cards this evening. Now I just got to address the envelopes.
I've been looking all over town for the Handy Man cartridge,since it was a Walmart exclusive and now most all of the Walmarts in my area have stopped selling Cricut cartridges.
Thanks for the tutorial. Merry Christmas!

jordanbev5 said...

25 Christmas cards are completed but I wanted to add a photo on the inside, so not yet ready to be mailed. Always something...

PamelaMD said...

I am new to the Cricut community - I just got my E2 at the beginning of November and have created 2 birthday cards and 15 Christmas cards.

I created 6 different Christmas ones and have duplicated one 10 times and working to duplicate two of the others. I should have them done by the end of this weekend.

I'm hoping Santa brings me some of the cartridges I wished for - I think I've been pretty good this year.

PS - thanks for the video because a newbie like me needs TONS of input!

Scrappin' Sista said...

I have not finished my cards yet. A friend and I are in a personal challenge to finish our cards within the next week or so.

Christel
http://onescrappinsista.blogspot.com

Debby said...

Thanks for the tutorials I am really learning a lot from them Joy. Keep them coming please.
Angel hugs
Debby
angels5.2005 at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial What I do is kinda hit and miss. The cartridge would be great for our family of handy men. Thanks for the opportunity to win.


Judith in TX

Joan Smith said...

Great tutorials you have been handing out....My 22 Christmas cards were made on my Cricut....They were all sent out the Wed. before thanksgiving.(thanks for all your awesome ideas) ....so again thanks Ladies and have an awesome week-end!!

Kreative Kim said...

Haven't started my christmas cards yet... I am very new at this so... we'll see :)

Kim. said...

Nice easy tutorial which I would of appreciated when I started.
Have made a total of 2 xmas cards so far!
Kim xXx

Marilyn said...

Thank you for always putting together such great information.

rhonda said...

Merry Christmas! I have already mailed my cards. Need to get busy wrapping though!

Welcome said...

thanks for your blog. It always has great ideas and tips! I have most of my cards made but not mailed :)
fosters@mcmo.net

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing how to leave a comment! Love the emails and all the info everyday. All my cards are complete.
LindaBo

Marsha said...

I have just gotten the Scandinavian Christmas Card cartridge. I made all my front pictures for my cards. I have printed the sentment on each of my cards and printed them. All I need to do is paste the pictures on a christmas design on to the card and add the front saying and it is all done. Doing all this tomorrow. It would be so very nice to win the cartridge giveaway! Please pick me.

Elizabeth said...

I am still very engrossed in making Christmas presents. For next year I am starting on Decmber 26th! LOL http://visionsofpaper.blogspot.com/

Eva said...

Thanks for the tutorial for those who need that. I have a little jump on my Christmas cards because of the card swap I was in which puts me at 30 done. to bad my card list is at least double that lol.

Linda said...

As always thanks for the tutorial. Really enjoy following your site. Thansks for a chance to win.

Donna said...

Thanks Joy for thr tutorial.

Donna C.
goCricutgo

littlen said...

haven't even thought about starting my christmas cards yet. i'm a procrastinator.

Debbie said...

Not finished with Christmas cards yet but plan to have them done & mailed out by the end of next week.

Anonymous said...

That was a very helpful tutorial. I have my cards all done!! Yippee! Nothing else though! I have my priorities!
Nancy from Minnesota

Joyce said...

I haven't finished my Christmas Cards yet. But, we are planning a Christmas Card Decorating Party with the kids, so I'll finish up then! Really looking forward to that!!

Janice said...

I loved it! And thanks for the chance to win!

Melissa Turner said...

My Holiday card is all designed. I made a winter card last month and my mother has asked me for 100 for her christmas card sending next year.
I thought wow 100? can I even do that? then as I thought about it and realized if I make 10 a week for her, that is very doable.
I better make a permanent card making station that doesn't share any other activity.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the Blogger Blogs Video Tutorial!!!

JeanDamko

Donna said...

All done with cards this year. Retirement has helped my schedule this year. Thanks for all your good tutorials during the year.

Nettie said...

My Christmas cards are in the production stage...pssst still not done :)... Thanks so much for the tutorial your site is such an inspiration. I could see myself giving the new Handyman cartridge a workout! So many people I know have projects going it would be nice to whip up a card or little gift for them with it. Thanks for a chance to win it.

Debbie J said...

My cards are made, addressed and stamped-now all I have to do is remember to mail them!!!!

Lara said...

This is a great idea- wish I would have seen this one a few years ago- I had to figure it out on my own! I hope it really helps those who are new to the blogging world. Thanks for the chance to win! lclass 003 at gmail dot com

Works From The Attic by Linda said...

I still have a couple of cards to make! Great video!
Linda M

Cornville Country Crafts said...

Cards! Did someone say cards????
Thanks for all of your help all year. I am especially grateful for the tutorials on Craft Room. They help alot!!!!!

Barbara said...

Yes, I have finished my Christmas cards and they are mailed. Now I'm helping a friend make hers. I love your site. I've learned a lot here. Thanks for the chance to win. bgalyean2011@aol.com

Bonita said...

I am about half way done with finishing my cards. I make different designs so it takes longer. But more fun. Thanks for tutorial.

Anonymous said...

Is the contest only open to U.S.A. residents?
Enjoy your site and the tutorial was a help.
Judy from Canada

Betsy said...

This would be a fun cartridge to journal my husband's projects!

Erin L. said...

Thanks for the tutorial!

rakiya32 said...

Thanks for the video. I haven't even started making any cards yet
Patrinajones@gmail.com

Sherry said...

Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win Handy Man cartridge! I've been so busy and know that I am running out of time to get my hand made cards done!!! I'm getting together with a couple gf's this weekend to try to get some more done. I still need to do some gift sewing for our residents at work too. Ugh....time is flying too fast!
Happy Holidays everyone :)
http://sherry.thornsberry.blogspot.com

Kelli Armanini said...

Thank you for the tutorial! It was a great help!
And, I've been looking at that cartridge and debating whether to get it or not! With all of my husband's projects he had been doing lately, it would be nice to make him a scrapbook!
Thanks again!

Jaelynn said...

I have not finished my Christmas cards yet but hope to soon! Thanks for the blog!
Jaelynn from Ohio

luvtocraft said...

I can only make cards for close friends and family... never enough time!! Thanks for all your ideas and videos!!

BearyNice2U said...

Thanks for the tutorial!

keatime said...

as a newbie to Cricut I really appreciate your blog. Love all the past projects that I can browse though.

ctibbmn said...

Nope - not even started!! Its going to be the picture kind ordered at the drug store this year!! Like to make cards for all the other seasons, but to mass produce Christmas cards is just too much!! Maybe next year!!

ctibbmn at yahoo dot com

Mommyof2boys said...

I got the pictures back for my cards, but wasn't fond of them so I have to wait for retakes to do my cards :( Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win.

Miranda said...

I'm hoping to get all my cards done this weekend but it's looking grim!:(
Happy Craftin'
Miranda

JanG said...

I've started my Christmas cards, but no, I haven't finished them yet. I still have 22 days--what's the rush!!!! LOL!!!! Jan TGJGJGJGat AOLdotCOM

Sharon White said...

This will be a perfect cart for making things for the guys in my life. Thanks too for the info on leaving a comment....I often do so after checking email!

Michele Bennett said...

If I was as talented as you I would be done with my cards by now, but it takes me forever to come up with an idea! On top of that, I also do up boxes of cards for all occasions as gifts and I have been working on those for the past few weeks. Hopefully I will find some time to get it all done!!

julie1551 said...

I have finished my christmas cards & even got them posted to everyone which is unusual for me I'm usually late doing them.

MusicGeeks said...

I don't make holiday cards - only compose a holiday letter. Birthdays and other special occasions throughout the year get the handmade cards.

Melissa said...

Thanks for the chance to win this great cartridge!! Haven't even started on my cards yet....yikes!!

Monique L. L. said...

No, I'm sad to say that I haven't even started my card making!
Thanks for the tutorials, they help tremendously.

myska said...

Terrific as always!

Jeannene said...

Thanks for tutorial!

snoopygirl said...

I wish that I had my cards finished I havent even started. We have been in and out of hospitals so much I haven't been able to think straight.

Laurie said...

It's Dec. 3rd of course my cards are not done yet! :)

jody said...

Yeah! Finished my cards and stuffed them in the envelopes yesterday!

Mary said...

This cartridge is great for my sier, for her handy man husband.
whlr_mryatyahoodotcom

JenE said...

Thoughtful of you to make a video on how to comment!
My Christmas cards are in the mailbox as I type this!! So happy they are completed...just needed a few hours away from the family to get them finished!

jodiloveselvis said...

I'm in the middle of making my Christmas cards...my daughter delivered our first grandbaby this week so I've been a little busy!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I'm still working on my cards.

Laura in Ohio
breyman@sbcglobal.net

Brenda said...

no I have not even started to make my cards yet! thanks for the video...

Anita Kehn said...

I had an absolute blast making my cards this year and they are all in the mail already. Would love to win this Handyman cartridge.

Carol said...

I haven't even started making my cards yet, although they are floating around in my brain. I would love to win the handyman cartridge.

Carol-scrappininparadise.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial. It really helped as I sometimes have trouble sending my comment. Yes, I have finished and sent all my handmmade cards and there were quite a few, but, at least that is done as we are traveling to Chicago for Christmas.

Have a great Christmas and New Year. TFS.

Dianne Bell - Sewpro02@Aol.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial. No, no Christmas cards yet, how about New Years cards? LOL! Sonya
girl2boy1@windstream.net

TiaKeas said...

Thank-you for the instructional video, it is very helpful !!

Toni said...

I almost have all my cards done, now to get them in the mail.

AnnP said...

Oops! Is it that time of the year already - of course I haven't done them yet, I only start to panic by the 20th of the month and then rush out to buy some and promise that NEXT YEAR I will be better organised. AnnP

Lynda said...

Thanks for the tutorial. As for my Christmas cards, have not finished yet but hope to soon :)

pam said...

me...me...thank you....thank you

Anne Grahl said...

I am starting Christmas cards today!! I'm determind to finish today :)

Theresa said...

THANKS FOR THE VERY INFORMATIVE INFORMATION. THIS MAKES THE INFORMATION AT OUR FINGERTIPS! ONCE AGAIN THANKS
THERESA
tacalo@live.com

SugarBear said...

Thanks for all the CCR videos and also this one. Sometimes I have trouble finding where the comment section is.Just finished decorating at home . . . now on to cards.

Styme123 said...

Thanks for the info! Love to win this cart. I've been looking to buy it for months.

Beth Max said...

I've finished creating the cards, but now comes the addressing and mailing. Now comes time for the gifts! I could really use the HandyMan cartridge to make some masculine presents!

d said...

I am about 3/4 done with my cards. I always do 2 batches... and hopefully it will be enough to get started on the mailing for next year. thanks so much. I get such great ideas here.

Grammy GG said...

I am almost to the addressing and mailing part. Still have to write the Christmas letter and add this years family collage on the back.

Brandy W said...

Planning on *starting* my holiday cards today... but with 6 kids 6 & under around, who knows what I'll accomplish! Lol!

Noelle said...

Thanks for the tutorial! My cards are almost done...just gotta write the letter! I love this cartridge so I hope i get lucky!

annieb said...

Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win the cartridge.

pamperk said...

FINISHED my card making?? Ha! I haven't finished anything!! Oh well, there's time and DOING it is what's fun, so I'm in rush to finish. :) thanks for a great blog. I love visiting.

Pam

lv2scrap02 said...

Nancy B...

I finished all my cards 1 month ago. I made 2 sets first set is a snowglob card with a train engine passing buy a big Christmas Tree. (we have GRR trains) so this was a perfect card. The other cards for the rest of the family and friends I used WW.

Thanks for a chance to win HM. I would love to win this cart.
Thanks for all your hard work

lv2dance92@optonline.net

caj said...

I just started making some cards and little gift boxes to fill with homemade candy for the neighbors. I hope to have them done this weekend. I would love to win this cartridge...it's too cute!
xstitchcarol@aol.com

Judy Webb said...

Would love this cartridge. Please help an OLD scrapper....how do digital images work?? Where do you store them and how do they work with Cricut machine. I've missed something. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

No, I haven't even started my Christmas cards or shopping. I thank you for the tutorial on how to post comments. I'm always see contest on posting a comment but never knew how to do it. Need to get busy doing and quit procrastinating.

Dillie from Alabama

cma21317 said...

As always thanks for the helpful video. 35 Christmas cards are not done yet. Outside done now working on inside. Hopefully completed this weekend.

MichelleM said...

HI, I haven't even started on my cards. Time to get started.

Judy Webb said...

This may be a repete. Would love the cartridge. But more, I would like explanation of digital images for Cricut. Where do you store them? and how do you cut with them? I am not transitioning very well to Cricut Craft Room. Still like my Design Studio. It is easier staying with something you know. Thanks

Cindy said...

I'm working on home remodeling scrapbooks pages right now and this cartridge would be perfect!

MaryAnn said...

working on my cards...thanks for the great tutorials.

Linda Peterson said...

I have not finished my cards yet. Made 8 more last night.
Thanks for the tutorial!

Larmabee said...

Very handy tutorial for new or inexperienced people! My cards are started, but on hold, I'm afraid. Note to others, never think you can live in a house getting new floors and drywall during the reno - drviing me crazy!!

Anonymous said...

I'm a hallmark girl when it comes to cards. I'd rather scrapbook!

Schoenherr(at)centurytel.net

Kari said...

started my cards but not done yet. great tutorial!

Dawn, RI said...

Great videos...
Dawn RI

Sandy said...

I haven't even really started my cards. I'm so sad... hopefully this upcoming week!

The Cogbills said...

No where near done or even thought about holiday cards. Gotta get busy! I love your site! Thank you! Donna Cogbill

Jenni said...

You probably have no idea how helpful you are!!
Thank you so much

mema said...

No, I have not finished my holiday
cards...Bad girl! I know.
Thank you for the tutorial..
mema
wilson p five eight at yahoo dot com

Ruth said...

Yahoo!! I finished my cards yesterday and now look forward to hand delivering them ( I ended out with an embellishment that I'm afraid will not travel the regular mail very well) but it gives me a great chance to see friends too!! Now I'm looking forward to making some mini-albums!!'Love all three of your sites and the clear and precise information you share!!

motherloves3 said...

I haven't made my cards yet. Hopefully I will get to them this week.

Anonymous said...

Handy man would be right up my alley.........my husband is a handy man. Thanks for this opportunity.

Helen From R. Washington

Marjorie said...

Yes, I have finished my Christmas cards plus I made 12 sets of calendars to give as presents and they are completed. Now just to mail everything off.

Thanks for the chance of winning the Handy Man cartridge. That is one that I do not have.

Marjorie from TX

Cricut Crazy said...

A great big thank you for the tutorial and the chance to win a great cartridge!

julie said...

THANKS FOR SHOWING US HOW TO LEAVE COMMENTS. IM STILL TRYING TO DESIDE WHAT I WANT TO PUT ON MY CARDS. THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO AND SHARE. 1205love@gmail.com

Sherree said...

I've gotten started on my cards, but I'm not finished yet. I always come up with a design that is much too complicated to get done in a timely fashion, so this year I kept it simple! Now let's see if it helps me get them out on time!

ssmith8154@comcast.net

Nelda said...

Already a month behind with Christmas here! This cartridge would help if I should be lucky enough to win it! Nelda

Stephanie said...

I am half way complete with my cards. I just need to DO IT! LOL Thanks for the chance to win.

twk said...

Haven't even started holiday cards yet, wish me luck!

Debra Shinabarger said...

I just got started on my Christmas cards I have to get busy for I will be spending Christmas in Tennesee with My Grandchildren.debrashinny Thanks for the video!

dawn in colorado said...

Thanks for the video...it really hepled.
I finished Christmas Cards for a drawing I held...mine is in the designing stage.
Dawn in Colorado

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the video as it was very helpful:)
I haven't even started on my Christmas cards. YIKES!

Lu Ann from Indy

DeAnn R said...

Thanks for all the tips and ideas!

I try to work ahead, so just starting next years cards and gifts.

Rebecca said...

No, I have not even started yet!!! BUT Cricut makes it easy so I know I'll get it done on time!

Anonymous said...

Love the cricut!and thanks for the tips!
Chris in Whitecourt,AB Canada
CM Consultant.

Laura said...

Not only have I fininshed MY cards, but made cards for the church Youth to sell to raise money and made 100 cards for a real estate company to send out. BEST YEAR YET!!!

DeniseD said...

I really like this cartridge! I would definitely use this one ALOT. Thanks for the chance!

Denise

SweetSue said...

I haven't even started making my cards yet. This is actually my first year I'm attempting to make cards for Christmas; I'm a beginner 'cardineer'. I've ordered some supplies that I hope will be here today so I can get started. Wish me luck!

Lars Anderson said...

Thanks for the video! I plan to help my wife make our cards this year.

(LarsTheTechnician@yahoo.com)

BunnyC's paper crafting said...

I have only a few cards to create but haven't started yet. I guess I work better under pressure! That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!! lol.

clissolc said...

OMG would LOVE this handyman cartridge - my hubby is handy, as well as my 5 brothers plus my brothers-in-law, plus my stepsons.....whew! This cartridge "WOOD GET A WORKout" --- pun intended! :) Thanks for all you do!

Marissa said...

It's always good to have a refresher for those that don't know how to post!

rissaflor atyahoo dotcom

robin from co. said...

Thank you. Now I can tell you how much I appreciate all your hard work and insperation. Thans Robin from co.

VeronicaA said...

I haven't started on my cards but I do have a couple of ideas swirling in my head. Thanks for the chance to win.
Veronica
vballen@comcast.net

Unknown said...

Thanks for the video. I would love to have the Handy Man cart. it is always hard for me to make manly cards, but this cart would really inspire great ideas!!!

suzyQ2 said...

Yikes, I haven't even started my Christmas cards! I need to join a procrastinater's annonimous group!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I'm almost done with my Christmas cards, 40 down 20 to go :)

Dottie
Swoosh_girl@msn.com

Donna said...

Great post and awesome cart, will be helpful in making masculine cards and gifts!

Shirley said...

Thanks for a chance to win. Love your videos.

JenBenLola said...

I kept saying I have to start my christmas cards... but i kept procrastinating so sadly I did the boring old photo card... My family is going to be so mad since they all enjoy my home made cards but with an active 8 months old this year, it was too much!! haha... Better luck next year I guess.

jbcoleman said...

Whoo Hooo! finished my Christmas cards last weekend!
p.s great tutorial!

Dana's Delights said...

What an awesome give away! I would LOVE this cartridge!

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