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Every once in a while, it’s nice to sit down with a book. An actual book. The kind with real pages. Real paper pages. It makes me feel like a human…rather than a tech junkie and it reminds me that before swiping and gestures, there was page turning. It turns out that my absolute favorite resource for crafting inspiration is a book. This book to be exact. I’ve had it for years and even though the contents don’t change, I manage to find new forms of inspiration each time I flip through it. I figure there may be a few of you out there who might like to add this resource to your own crafting library, so I’m here to help you out with that!

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Fridays are for Freebies No.3 | Damask Love Blog

Just comment on the question below to be entered to win! Comment entries can be made until Sunday, March 2nd at 11:59pm. Comments must be made on this giveaway post to be eligible. Two lucky readers will be selected via Random Number Generator and will be announced on Wednesday, March 5th. Winners will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.

Fridays are for Freebies No.3 | Damask Love BlogIn addition to this fun giveaway, I have an announcement that I’m excited to share – and I can only hope that a few of you will be able to join in! As many of you know, Cricut recently released their newest machine, the Explore and as a part of this release, I’m excited to partner up with them to throw one of their design workshops right here in beautiful South Florida.

If you are in the South Florida area and would like to attend this design workshop, please Contact Me and I’ll give you all the details of time and location. If you think you might want to roadtrip it down for this workshop, I’m happy to help you with that as well! Just let me know!

This workshop is totally free (!!!) and will include hands-on experience with the new Explore as well as face time with Cricut Representatives who will be present to show you the machine and answer your questions. There will be plenty of swag and projects as well!

I’m always excited when I get to meet Damask Love readers, so I hope some of you will be able to attend. Seats are limited so snag yours soon!Fridays are for Freebies No.3 | Damask Love Blog

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117 thoughts on “Fridays are for Freebies No.3

  1. Pinterest is a good source for inspiration, but when that fails, I just sit down at my craft table and start playing. I am blessed to have a wonderful collection of beautiful papers, colorful inks and ribbons, assorted tinkets and fine tools. These good quality products have a magic all their own and help to stir the creative pot.

  2. Congratulations on your new design workshop with Cricut! Other than Pinterest, I follow blogs, subscribe to magazines, and read my craft books for inspiration.

  3. Blogs. It used to be real magazines like Paper Crafts before they went cyber. I still use the magazines to jumpstart the ol’ mojo….I just try to interpret the “old” style into something more modern, with trendier product.

  4. Like many others here I use blogs for inspiration, but also Design papers often inspire me with their colours and patterns and I go from there.

  5. Ravelry is my main go to for ideas and inspirations. But Pinterest is like the mother source for all type of crafts.

  6. Other than Pinterest I like to check out other crafty blogs and magazines. Doesn’t have to be a craft magazine either, there is so much colour inspiration in general magazines.

  7. Pinterest…I have often wondered how I ever survived without it!! I have a board for each event/party I am hosting! Oh before it…haha…actually I do love Pinterest…but even still I got to the mnfg site and/or their blog. And if they have a DT it’s triple score bonus. The hardest part for me is choosing the first piece of paper…after that..smooth sailing. But that first piece of paper sometimes drives me nuts!
    Have great one!
    Jackie

  8. Blogs are great and I am a saver of magazines. But I have found that Googling a general idea of what I am looking for brings up a plethora (love that word!)of ideas that lead to other ideas, that lead to other ideas….

  9. Lately, huge amounts of creativeness run across my FB feed since I “liked” so many crafty people and pages.

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