Monday, March 28, 2011

Lifestyle Crafts Epic Letterpress and Die Cut Review and Giveaway

When Lifestyle Crafts contacted me about reviewing their Epic Letterpress and Die Cut machine I said yes for a couple of reasons.



The first is that I love the look of letterpress cards and projects and wanted to try my hand at them.  I mean what is not to love about these cute letterpress cupcake flags Danyelle made using the Epic:


The second is that I love tools that multi-task.  This not only allows you to create letterpress cards, but also create die cut shapes.  And that includes any of the existing Quickutz shapes, which I happen to have a few of from my scrapbooking days.


And the third reason is that I am a true blue lover of buying crafting tools.  It is in my blood to want the newest, funnest, coolest.  And I know there are a lot of people out there like me.  So I wanted to try it out and really tell you if it is worth your dollars.

So my son's teacher was having a birthday and I thought we could make her a letterpress birthday card together.  She loves orange and I loved these fun circle flowers, so we went to work.


I have to say the quality of the ink and the paper that they sell is amazing.  The cards and envelopes truely beautiful and something that you would be proud to send a wedding invitation on.


So what did I think?

If you are someone that loves to make your own cards, either for holidays or parties, than this machine is definitely the perfect tool for you.  The combination of letterpress and die cutting capability gives you an endless combination of cards.


If you love making personalized favors for parties, this is also for you!  I personally think the machine lives up to its full potential when you are creating multiple identical images.  A lot of time goes into the set up, so printing 100 invitations wouldn't take much more time than printing 1.  The machine has great guides and tools for making it easy to line up the paper for repeat prints.

The machine and the materials are all great quality.  The only thing that I didn't like was the adhesive sheets that you use to attach the printing plates.  You have to cut around the shapes, and the shapes I love the most are very intricate which means lots of time cutting.  BUT I also happened to have some removable adhesive tape from my scrapbooking days and it worked perfectly with no cutting.

So although it is a little time consuming to make just one birthday card for your son's teacher, it is a great product for those of you that love to throw parties or make your own cards and on a regular basis.  You will really love the end product.

Do you want an Epic Combo Kit and an assortment of goodies to try out for yourself?

To enter to win, just leave a comment letting me know what you would use your Epic Letterpress and Die Cut Machine to create.

Want a few more entries?

You can post about this giveaway on your blog, twitter, or your facebook page.  Just leave an additional comment with a link to your post or tweet for an additional entry.  (One additional entry)

Head over the the Lifestyle Crafts blog and leave a comment, letting them know I sent you.  Leave a comment here and let me know you stopped over to say hello and you will get an additional entry.

You have until Sunday, April 3, 2011 at midnight (CST) to enter.  A winner will be chosen at random from all entries and announced the week of April 4th.  Winner has 48 hours to contact me.  If they fail to do so, they forfeit the prize and a new winner will be selected.

If you already own an Epic machine and want to pick up a few accessories, or if you just don't want to wait to pick up one of your own, make sure to enter the code BLOGBEDIFFERENT at check out you will get 20% your entire order at lifestylecrafts.com.  Valid through April 3.




***Lifestyle Crafts provided me with an Epic Combo Kit and accessories for the purpose of the review. They are also providing an Epic Combo Kit and accessories as a prize to the winner of this giveaway.  All opinions are my own and are based on my use of the machine.***

194 comments:

  1. This is an amazing product. It creates such professional and elegant results.

    I would love to win one so I could make some classy cards and maybe a few cupcake toppers. :)

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  2. Oh and I visited the lifestyle crafts blog and commented!

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  3. I'd make some cupcake toppers first!

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  4. This looks great! I would love to win one and make a ton of cute cards.

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  5. I love to make cards and scrapbook. This would be great to have .

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  6. I would have a hay day with that for my scrapbooking.

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  7. I left a comment on Lifestyle Crafts blog

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  8. love this giveaway!!!!
    i would use it for all my parties... banners, invites, thank you cards... skies the limit!!!

    loribunk@gmail.com

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  9. i left a comment for lifestyle crafts blog as well.

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  10. This would be fun to create cards wtih and so many other projects! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. I love to make my own cards. They seem so much better than from the store. This machine would make that process magical!

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  12. It would be great to make cards with!

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  13. I commented on the Lifestyle Crafts blog .. http://lifestylecrafts.com/blog/shippingdies/

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  14. This looks like an amazing machine. The cards look so professional! I would use it to make cards, lots of cards.

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  15. I left a comment on Lifestyle Crafts blog

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  16. And I just tweeted about the giveaway! http://twitter.com/#!/kdavisdesign

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  17. I would make some cupcake toppers and cards for loved ones. Great giveaway. I'm crossing my fingers.

    http://shellseaoberski.blogspot.com

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  18. I shared this post on my fb page.

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  19. I would love to make letter pressed wall art. Hmm, there are so many possibilities with a tool like this. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  20. No idea where I would begin! But I really love individally designed gift tags for gifts. Maybe there?

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  21. This looks so neat. I would make cards.

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  22. I think I would use the Epic machine to make cute cards like yours.
    nadscrow@yahoo.com

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  23. I also went by lifestyle craft blog to check things out and say hello

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  24. I want to try making cards - - and them maybe some wall art...

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  25. If I was lucky enough to win, I'd love to make holiday cards this year! Thanks.
    twelve30@gmail.com

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  26. My grand daughter and I would use it for so many things; cup cake toppers, cards, scrapbooking.. Thanks for the chance.

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  27. I visited the L blog & that I came from your blog. Thanks.
    twelve30atgmaildotcom

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  28. I really really want one of these machines. I would make cards out the wazoo!!!

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  29. I would make all kinds of cute invitations (throwing my sisters baby shower in a few months so that would be the first thing) and some personalized stationary.

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  30. I also went to lifestyle crafts blog and told them you sent me to check things out. Nice site.

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  31. i would love to start using letterpress on birthday cards and wedding cards; my brain is starting to churn out all kinds of ideas for christmas cards this year. thanks for the opportunity! - karen karebear8465 at sbcglobal dot net

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  32. Ooooh I'd love to use it to make some gorgeous cards! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  33. I've never heard of this little tool, but now i NEED one...I don't know what I need it for yet, but I know I MUST have it!!!

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  34. My daughter is getting married....need I say more?

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  35. I've always wanted to make my own holiday cards so this letterpress would be perfect!

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  36. I would love to play around with this and make some cards.

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  37. Oh, I would use this for my cards and scrapbook projects--and with my grandchildren's projects we do together...

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  38. I tweeted this giveaway! http://twitter.com/#!/WillowWhimsy/status/52470109725401088

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  39. I own a wedding stationery business that just started up. I would love to have a letterpress machine to widen what I can offer!

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  40. I left a comment over at Lifestyle Crafts blog :)

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  41. I would love to make cards! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  42. I would use this for so much! Thank you cards, party invitations, the possibilities are endless and of course they'll be gorgeous!

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  43. Left a comment on their blog

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  44. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/elletheheiress/statuses/52473232552493056

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  45. I just visited and commented on the Lifestyle Crafts blog (I'm a subscriber of it anyway).

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  46. Oh the possibilities! Cards, scrapbooking, invitations, announcements...this machine would be AWESOME!!!

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  47. I just want to make pretty cards to send out. Random reason cards. Super cute!!

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  48. I would use it to make fabulous baby shower invites...i already have a design idea:)

    Kristina
    modernfrills@yahoo.com

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  49. I just tweeted about the giveaway!!!

    http://twitter.com/ModernFrills

    Kristina
    modernfrills@yahoo.com

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  50. I would use it to make some cute cards to send out!

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  51. I visited Lifestyle Crafts Blog and left a comment about how I am excited about this fabulous giveaway!

    Kristina
    modernfrills@yahoo.com

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  52. Oh I love the letterpress designs! There are so many possibilities of things you can create with this product!

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  53. I love to scrapbook but I also make all my cards. So this is something that I could get a lot of use out of and be even more creative.

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  54. Very cool! I have never used a letterpress but it seems to be the best thing in cards...I make my cards handmade for every occasion, this would be so fun! Thanks!

    -rwk


    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  55. Oh, I would love to have the epic combo kit for my index card journalling! That would be awesome!

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  56. Scrapbooking and card making are my "thing." I'd love to win one!

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  57. I also created a tweet (http://bit.ly/ieXz9S) and visited lifestyle craft blog, now I want it even more after watching the tutorials. = )

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  58. Love it! I would use it for cupcake toppers, invitations, scrapbooking, favor bags.. oh the possibilities are ENDLESS!!!!

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  59. I´ve always wanted to make my own cards. and cupcake toppers.

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  60. My sister-in-law just got engaged and I'd love to make the invites!

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  61. I blogged about it here- http://deelovelyday.blogspot.com/2011/03/epic-letterpress-giveaway-at-be.html

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  62. I just love making cards and I'm addicted to tools as well. I also have my own Martha in the making who would use it as well.

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  63. I make all my own cards and am always looking at ways to make them more unique as the years go by. This looks amazing and so much fun!

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  64. I think the designs are so simplistic and elegant! I've seen similar in the craft store - much easier to learn than my Cricut! :( I would love to have one too...(never too many "toys!")

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  65. ahhh..totally want one of these. I would use it for cards, books, etc. love the letterpress look.:)

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  66. i would looove to create cards!

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  67. tweeted! http://twitter.com/oshkoshbgosh123/status/52532187488194560

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  68. I love designing cards and stationery and LOVE the look of letterpress. Have been coveting one for ages. Fingers crossed!

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  69. I would love to make super cute cards and tags with this fun letterpress.

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  70. I would use that letterpress for EVERYTHING! Plus I would send more hand made cards to my hubby who is deployed!

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  71. I am a big fan of thank you cards and so the letterpress has been on my list of things to get for card making.

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  72. I'm getting married next year, and I would love to be able to make my own save the dates, invitations, and thank you cards!

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  73. I have been shopping around for this set for months! I am waiting on my birhtday to buy it but if I win it, I could just buy more die plates, ink and cards!

    I love all the possiblities of this machine...cards, invitations, oh my!

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  74. I would make all sorts of cards, as well as fun party favors and decor! It would be SO fun! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  75. Well that just looks super nifty!! :) I don't know what I would create first!

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  76. I Always make my own cards for birthdays. This would help make them so much cuter!

    ali.gilmore At verion (dot) net

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  77. I left a comment at lifestyle crafts!

    ali.gilmore At verion (dot) net

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  78. i would use it to make cards galore! thanks!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  79. ahhhh.... So many things to make! I've had an idea for letterpress Christmas cards that I add a photo too... I also needed a baby card this morning, would have been nice to just make one...

    louise at da-atis dot com

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  80. And I shared about it on my FB page...

    louise at da-atis dot com

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  81. and one more... I checked out the 'L' blog. cute things for sure!

    louise at da-atis dot com

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  82. ahhhhhh, i want this sooo bad. I would use this for everything, absolutely everything! labels, giftwrapping, cards... it will be my new best friend!

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  83. Wow, this looks like lots of fun -- I'd use it to create a beautiful banner, as they showed in their blog. It certainly makes great letter shapes!

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  84. I visited the Lifestyles blog, and commented! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  85. I love me some thank you notes! This would be so fun!

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  86. I would love to win!! I would make stationary and wedding invites for my cousin!!
    Christine
    greatoakcircle.com

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  87. I tweeted!
    Christine
    greatoakcircle.com

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  88. Party invites and accessories!

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  89. Scrapbooking definitely!!! Love it!

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  90. I'm always making cards, so I'd love a new tool to play with!

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  91. I would love to make cards or hang on the wall!! this is exciting!!

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  92. I visited the L Blog and drop a comment!! Creative blog..will need to visit more. :)

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  93. I'd love to win this.I would make cupcake toppers galore.I'm always buying them and it would be so fun to create my own.Warm Blessings!~Amy

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  94. This would be great to create some wedding shower invitations that I need to make!

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  95. I've had my eye on one of these machines and would love to try it! First project would be some home decor backgrounds for my bedroom!

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  96. http://twitter.com/#!/bluedelights

    Tweet posted!

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  97. Comment left at Lifestyle Crafts blog! Thanks!

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  98. I would love to win one so I could make scrapbook embellishments!! That is so awesome!

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  99. My card stash is dangerously low, so I would start by making a few of those!

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  100. I would use an Epic Letterpress and Die Cut Machine to create classy cards. I would definitely have to try your orange circle card!!

    KristaInMN at gmail dot com

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  101. How fun! I would love to make thank you notes and invitations!!!

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  102. I tweeted about this giveaway. http://twitter.com/cara5386

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  103. I commented on the Lifestyle Craft Blog

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  104. I'd love to use this machine to make cards and tags for scrapbooking!

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  105. I commented on the Lifestyle Craft Blog.

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  106. I have been saving forever to buy one of these machines with the letterpress kit - how great it would be to win one so I could make birthday invitations for my kids (and then coordinating thank you cards for afterward!!) - great giveaway!!

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  107. I also stopped at the Lifestyle Craft Blog (new to me - and super great!) and left a comment. Thanks!

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  108. Oh where to begin. I'd use them to create specimen boards and items for wreaths and all kinds of stuff.

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  109. I commented over on the Lifestyle Crafts blog.

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  110. i would love it to create baby announcements!

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  111. I have a 6 person card club and that would make quick work for the multiples! I would love one!!

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  112. I would love to make some cards with it!

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  113. I left a comment @ Lifestyle Craft Blog!

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  114. I would certainly use it to letterpress my invitations. It would be a lot of work, but would save us a ton of money and be more heartfelt because we DIY'd them ourselves!
    melissa_west at ncsu dot com

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  115. Here is my FB post!
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=782153306
    melissa_west at ncsu dot com

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  116. I went over to Lifestyle Craft Blog and commented under the placement tag tutorial.
    melissa_west at ncsu dot com

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  117. I'm such a paper addict and would love to try my hand at letterpress, starting out on an epic seems perfect. I have to admit, this is the first time I've read your blog (I started with your DIY egg holders for Easter) and am officially hooked :)

    Kadee
    kadee_irene@msn.com

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  118. I would make yet another good behavior chart for my kids. The more you have the better they are, right? LOL!

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  119. I stopped over to Lifestyle Crafts blog. Very nice! Thanks for sending me.

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  120. I've always wanted a letterpress. I should really invest in one. There are so many things to do with it I can't even begin.

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  121. I would make invitations for my son's birthday party! :)

    anna.v.beck at gmail dot com

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  122. Would be great for making toothpick decorations for July 4th!!

    thanks so much for the chance!

    Jessica

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  123. I love this. I've been following their blog since the L came out- I don't want to miss any good ideas!

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  124. I would love to use this to make some cards and invitations. I saw a demo of this at the Scrapbook USA Expo and I love it!

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  125. I visited the Lifestyle Crafts blog and left a comment. I'm dying to get one of these!

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  126. I love letter press! I'd definitely be making invites and other party decor. I left a comment on the Lifestyle Crafts blog.

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  127. OMG LOVE this!! I would definitely use letter press to make awesome handmade cards!! I love sending handwritten notecards! :)

    elisegeorgoussis at gmail dot com

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  128. Went to the Lifestyle Crafts blog and left a comment!! :)

    elisegeorgoussis at gmail dot com

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  129. Tweeted about the giveaway too!

    http://twitter.com/#!/elisekayem/status/53328710950068224

    elisegeorgoussis at gmail dot com

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  130. How wonderful. I've never head of this. This would be great for my scrapbooking and crafting. It would be an exceptional tool in creating unique photo gifts!

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  131. http://callalaelphotography.blogspot.com/2011/03/two-great-giveaways-one-great-blog.html

    Thanks for a great opportunity!

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  132. Love letterpress and this machine is amazing! I would use it to create all kinds of goodies - scrapbook bits, invitations, thank you cards, etc.

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  133. I would make business cards/stationery for my sister who is starting her own animal care business. Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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  134. I stopped over at Lifestyle Crafts and left a comment at http://lifestylecrafts.com/blog/starterkitsale/

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  135. I would use it to print invitations from my graphic design studio. It would be great to do these in-house!!

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  136. My daughter is getting married and I can see us making shower invitations, wedding invitations, place cards, thank you cards...

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  137. Oh this looks so cool and I'm a definite gadget/tool girl!

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  139. I left a comment over at Lifestyle Crafts.

    Nancey
    nanceykl@yahoo.com

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  140. I would make tons of cards! THanks for the chance!!

    Nancey
    nanceykl@yahoo.com

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  141. FB'd about your giveaway:
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/nanceykl

    Nancey
    nanceykl@yahoo.com

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  142. I really want one for stationary, mini books & cards! I love the look of it!

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  143. tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/momof2dancers/status/53630322360852480

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  144. I would love to make baby announcements for baby coming next week. Love this!

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  145. Just stopped by the Lifestyle Crafts blog for an additional entry -- thanks!

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  146. So cool, I would make my scrapbooks cool, they are boring now.

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  147. I also stopped by Lifestyle crafts and commented for an additional entry.

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  148. I love anything that adds another element of fun to crafts.

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  149. OH MY GOODNESS! I am so glad you asked us to go visit Lifestyle Crafts Site...WOW I love everything that they show there...plus Video and Live help. AMAZING!

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  150. I'd make the triangle flower boxes, plus tons of other stuff!

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  151. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/BuggleBHandmade

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  152. I would love to win the Letter Press...it's like the King of Die Cutters!!! I love to make cards and this machine is SO versatile....I've read a lot about it! Pick me...Pick me!!

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  153. I think I'll make invites to our new house warming.

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  154. I must be the luckiest girl in the world. I seem to be the go-to girl that people seek out when they are planning a party or event. I'm lucky because I get so much joy from sitting down and working on a concept, creating it, setting it all in motion and seeing the end results. I'm the luckiest because my husband of over 35 years supports me 100% emotionally and financially on all of my endeavors. On top of using this wonderful product for all of the things that I love to do, I would make a very special card to tell my husband just how much his believing in me means to me.

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  155. I would give it to a wonderful friend that makes awesome cards.

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  156. I would love to make Thank You Notes for my wedding!

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  157. Love this! I would use it for scrapbooking and for invitations!

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  158. Vow, this looks great fun! I would do cards but I'm sure when I could see better that machine I would get thousands of ideas more...

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  159. Wow! The machine looks so cool! I'd love to use it to make birthday & thank you cards!
    Thanks.
    Andee

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  160. I can't think of a more fabulous machine!!!! There are soooooooooooo many applications!

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  161. Ooo...what a great product!! I too am a sucker for crafty machines/tools!! I'd love to make cards with it!! Thanks for hosting such a wonderful giveaway!! tami

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  162. I would definitely use this to make my wedding invitations, save the dates, and RSVPs. Not to mention the kids' bday party invites, and family birthday cards, and and and... ;) Very handy.

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  163. Left comment on Lifestyle Crafts blog. What a very cute blog.

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  164. Well, we're trying to get married on an extremely tight budget - I've taken up crafting for the first time ever and I can't believe how good it is, I never thought I'd be able to make anything and now you can't stop me! I've dreamed of letterpress invitations since I was a little girl, but I have no chance of ever affording them - if it took me 1,000 hours, I'd use it to make the prettiest wedding invitations you've ever seen.

    Maybe I'll be able to afford one for my tenth anniversary party! Fingers crossed :)

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  165. I too am a lover of all tools crafty! I could see having a blast making place cards for family dinners, stationary cards, scrapbook embellies. It looks like the possibilities are pretty unlimited.

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  166. This sounds great. I think I would use it to make things for my daughter's birthday in June!
    ruthaw_1974@yahoo.com

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  167. left a comment on their blog
    ruthaw_1974@yahoo.com

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  168. I love the look of letterpress! It would be so fun to experiment!

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  169. This crafty tool looks like serious business! I'd love making one-of-a-kind cards with something like this!

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  170. I love tools of all kinds, kitchen tools, crafty tools, paper-craft tools...this is one I don't yet have, but would LOVE to win. I could combine my love of baking with my paper-craft addiction and make cupcakes with cute toppers!

    Thanks for this opportunity!

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  171. I love crafting tools...and would use this to make odd-n-ends for a family reunion this summer. Soooo many things we could make with our family name, family tree, etc. Crossing my fingers!! :)

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  172. I love making my own cards! I'd love to have this to help me =)

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  173. stopped by the Lifestyle Crafts blog....what gorgeuos stuff!

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  174. oh my goodness! I would love to make some greeting cards with it and then try something more exciting!!
    ericandsarita(at)gmail(dt)com

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  175. I would love to win! Maybe then my cards wouldn't look like a mess! :)

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  176. Not only do I love to scrapbook and make cards, but the ideas are endless with this: crafts with the kids, school projects, etc! I could really use this!

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  177. I stopped by the Lifestyle Crafts blog and told them you sent me!

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  178. Your home page says it's still open, so I thought I would give it a go...I would like to use it to do cards, but I love the box dies too...

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  179. I would LOVE a letterpress! Crossing my fingers on this one. I think I would make a gazillion awesome cards.

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  180. I am at the beginning of making the commitment to starting my cupcake/cake pop/mini-cheesecake business and having this Epic letterpress would truly help me save on outside printing costs when I cater small parties. Thank you for the chance!

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  181. I stopped over at Lifestyle Crafts blog and posted a comment - telling them I heard about them from you!

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  182. Not sure how to send the link to my Facebook post, but I did that too. I'm new to Facebook.

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  183. I hope this isn't too late! I have been unplugged for the better part of last week and JUST saw this! I love their line of backgrounds and my gosh, having them make a custom plate will only set you back $40? Get out.

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  184. Went and visited the lifestyle crafts blog - have you seen their birth announcement they have up right now?!


    Told'em you sent me!


    chelsealexander at hotmail

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