Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Another Resin Crafts Give-A-Way! (NOW OVER)

 Thank you for all your comments about the resin people experiments in this mold!
Would you like to win a mold for your own experimentation?
Environmental Technology Inc. has given me extra molds to give-a-way.
Leave a comment here and I'll do a draw for FOUR winners on Monday August 22, 2010.

58 comments:

  1. I'm so glad I found your blog. I recently begin experimenting with resin and find your tips very helpful. Especially about not wasting resin. When I mix up some (a little or a lot) I have all my molds lined up in case there is some left over. This mold would be great to use. Keep up the good work! Felicia

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  2. Love this blog....I have started picking up things to try this product. I also have sent my son to this blog for inspiration on the mold making you do, as he was wanting to experiment with some pieces for making belt buckles.

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  3. I love this blog, I read it every day! I have already bought my first box of Environx Lite and cant wait to star using it! I would love to win this mold and start making my first resin projects!

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  4. I'd love to win & make a special pendant for my granddaughter. It they aren't too heavy, maybe some extra special Christmas ornaments too. Thanks for the chance.

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  5. I have just really started playing with resin (envirotex lite) and while I am doing okay for a beginner, I certainly could be doing better. I used a silicone ice cube tray in the shape of skulls for a mold just recently. Worked okay. There were bubbles but what are you gonna do?
    Thanks! I would love to win!

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  6. How exciting! I have been dying to try this since finding your blog months ago and becoming a follower. Every post has me wanting to try even more. My Father did a lot in resin when I was a little girl, but nothing so cool as you do. Thank you for a chance to win this mold. Hug!

    lynettesmail@bellsouth.net

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  7. would love to have one of those molds! I am new to resin, and have only done bezels so far

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  8. This looks like a great mold. Love all the different shapes all together. Great giveaway!

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  9. OOO these are great. I hope that i win so I can start playing and making with resin. Its fantastic stuff.

    Thank you for the chance

    Stephie :-)
    www.stephiestreasuretrove.blogspot.com

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  10. I would love to try this mold! I have playing with Resin on my list to try this year!

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  11. Would love to have a chance. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  12. Ooohhhhh! That would be so COOOOOOLLlll! I love playing with new things! Of course, then I can't get away from my craft table but, y'know, sacrifices! amirite?

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  13. I would love to be one of your winners. I can think of so many ways I could use donuts!

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  14. I love this blog and have learned so much from it - keep up the good work!

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  15. I'd love to win a resin mold! Your craft fascinates me and I'd like to try my hand at it!

    Ciao!
    Guerrina in CT
    waters7989@yahoo.com

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  16. I recently found your blog and have learned quite a bit from it. I'd love to win this mold!

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  17. I am starting to use resin now and am learning a lot from your blog Carmi! Thank you for sharing with all of us!

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  18. I would love to experiment with using resin cabochons in my bead embroidery!

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  19. I've been always interested in starting work with resin and your blog is helping me realize what I can do and how creative I can be. Thank you!

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  20. Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to try these, what fun! :)

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  21. I would love to win it too! Ice resin is new thing for me and I have made just few little things, so this mold would be great opportunity for me to make various resins with various shapes. Thanks for chance to win!! :)

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  22. What a great giveaway! I especially want to try that doughnut mold, but love all of them.

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  23. Wow, I've never seen anything like that people paper weight! Very cool! Would love to win the mold! Thanks for the chance.

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  24. I like the resin people. That was quite a unique idea. I have some ideas that I'd like to try out with the donut shape or the bangle shapes. My Michaels carries no molds. Hobby Lobby carries only a few. And they're all big ones. I make jewelry so I need some small ones.

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  25. Your little people in resin are very cool.
    I would love to have a mold and some resin to try my hand at making a few little beauties of my own. I've really enjoyed, and been amazed by, all the cool/neat/beautiful things you've shown us in your blog.

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  26. I would love to try something in a mold. Maybe I would have better luck than I'm having with my pendants! :)

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  27. I've done a very few experiments with resin and would love a mold to work with.

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  28. Love this blog and resin, haven't tried a mold like this yet, would love to win one :)!!!!

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  29. I love the mold - your donuts are divine!

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  30. My daughter covets this mold (and your finished pieces)! I am going to get the little people somehow also...this is addictive!

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  31. Thank you for a chance. Your blog has been inspiring!

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  32. Thank you for the chance to win one of these cool molds. I would love to give one of these molds a try.... you are a true inspiration with all of your neat ideas - thanks! Marita maritasummers.com

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  33. Enjoying your blog and would love to win the mould - love what you did with the donut style ones!

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  34. Love this technique...yes, would love to win this-haven't yet experimented with resin, so this is a perfect start!

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  35. It's been great fun watching you make all sorts of casts. I did something like this way, way, way back in summer camp. I was fascinated by it then. Talked my Dad into buying some resin for me and helping me make some at home. Got in trouble for using Mom's Jello molds. It would be fun to try again using real molds.

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  36. I am a new reader of your blog and love your projects and all the great tips. I have some little plastic extreme wrestlers that are begging for a resin home!

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  37. I want to win! I love your blog!

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  38. I've had some resin in my "stash" for quite a while now, and your blog has inspired me to get it out and experiment. As matter of fact, today is "resin day" for me! I would love to have some extra molds to work with!

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  39. I would love to have one of those molds my resin! Lovin' those doughnut shapes especially. With inspiration like you, the possibilities are without limit!

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  40. I, too, would love to win this! Thanks for making it available!

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  41. Love the blog.. Its nice to find a blog that deals with just resin and sometimes resin jewelry. There aren't that many out there. Please enter me in your contest. Would love to win!

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  42. Oh please pick me. I am dying to try this technique. I've gathered all my supplies except MOLDS. TFS and I love following this blog! Hugs, Mary

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  43. wow 42 comments already...enjoying your blog and would love a mold.....would love to know the name of that shop in Paris!

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  44. Would so love to win this great giveaway. I really would love to try some new items out.

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  45. I really love your blog and the way you explain all the details. By the way, do you know where I can get some little people like you used?

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  46. Would love to win the mold. Have loved resin since I took your course at mixed media.

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  47. I love your resin projects. So cute. Thanks, Judy

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  48. I love all the tips and I have been saving them as I really want to get into resin. I would love to start my collection with one of your molds.

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  49. Just found your blog today!! You make me wish I had some resin here so I could give it a try right now! Looks like fun! -Sandy- :)

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  50. I love your resin blog and projects, it's so inspiring. Love the resin mold, too.
    Marissa

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  51. I really enjoy your blog. Could you do an exercise making those cool glittery Christmas tree ornaments?

    Keep up the good work.

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  52. Thanks for all the great ideas! I use resin to make and topcoat cabochons for my bead work. So far I've only used makeshift molds and these would sure be fun to experiment with.

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  53. I'd love to have a mold! I've used resin in bezels, but no mold....this would be fun to try.

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  54. what a great mix of shapes on this tray. where can I find this type of mold?

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  55. You might be surprised, but these molds are available on Amazon.com if you don't have a local craft store.

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  56. Hi! Just recently tuned into resin casting. Looking for resin jewelry mold from eti-usa (#33620) the one featured in your give-away!!! Can't find it anywhere in Canada! (checked all the "BUY" contact list from Eti.) Can you help point me in right direction? Thanks in advance! - Debbie

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