Sunday, 18 May 2014

docrafts Crafting Supplies Giveaway

Regular followers of my blog may remember that I ran a give away a few months ago in conjunction with the lovely people at docrafts for a kids crafting goody bag.

This time I am lucky enough to offer all you budding parent crafters a chance to win some goodies for yourselves!!

Who out there is fed up of letting the kids have all the fun creating masterpieces whilst we are left to clear up the aftermath??

You?? Then I have something for you will LOVE.

docrafts new project is to try and engage more parents with creating crafts for themselves such as birthday cards, invites, scrapbook pages etc.

Why not let your creative side out and see what happens??

I have been kindly given 2 x bundles of goodies to give away to you lovely readers with an RRP of over £60. 

The bundle includes -






I`m sure you`ll agree that this is a great little bundle of supplies, worth over a whopping £60!!

Everything you need to get creative when the kids have finally gone to sleep!!!!

All you have to do is fill out the rafflecopter widget below and cross your fingers that you will be one of the lucky two to win these goodies.

Please note that no children should be allowed to use the Guillotine due to the sharp blade.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

90 comments:

  1. I would probably make lots of cards and photo frames.

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  2. I would make father's day crafts and ramadan crafts, for the seasons and occasions coming up!

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  3. I make my own cards (usually cross stitched) for my family and I also encourage and help my children to make cards too. This bundle would be great for our card making, especially with Father's Day fast approaching! Thank you!

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  4. A lovely Fathers Day card for my Dad xxx

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  5. Some cards and bookmarks, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  6. I would create some lovely cards for family and friends

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  7. I make cards to donate to a charity that sells them to raise funds, so I could make a huge batch for them with these goodies.

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  8. I would make some personal cards for the family.

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  9. I would make various shapes for Max to draw on then hang from the net we put on when we're crafting.

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  10. I would make pretty birthday cards for my friends.

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  11. I would make some cards for all occasions.

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  12. I'd make cards for the family. I want to increase my skill!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  13. I'd give to my mum shes the creative one she loves all this

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  14. Not sure, I'd get my kids involved as they're fair more creative than me :-)

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  15. I would make my own cards, my mum makes her own and I would get some inspiration from her

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  16. I would make some nice cards to send to my family and friends

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  17. I would make cards for family occasions

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  18. my own cards for friends birthdays

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  19. cards for birthdays and other occasions

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  20. I'd make the invites to my mum-in-law's birthday party in the summer.

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  21. Edward Guerreiro21 May 2014 at 06:07

    It would be cards which can be easily replicated by my mothers students, who have learning disabilities. They are currently learning how to do crafts, and selling their efforts at the local college.

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  22. I would make my own cards!

    Ashleigh

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  23. perfect for birthday invitations

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  24. I like to make art for the walls in my house

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  25. A collage

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  26. I'd make a selection of cards

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  27. I would make a start on making my Christmas cards - I always make my own and they take ages to do so I like to get going with them as early as possible

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  28. I'd get the kids to help me make some birthday cards

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  29. I would make some lovely cards

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  30. I am mid creating a scrapbook of my daughters, so it would go with that :)

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  31. Party invites for my daughters birthday

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  32. I would make some cards with my lovely daughter's help!

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  33. Would love to make some greeting cards.

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  34. I would let my daughter make some cards for the family

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  35. The first thing I would make is a complete mess, and then probably a disaster ( or two ), but hopefully I would finish the day with some beautiful cards

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  36. I would make some cards with the kids

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  37. I love Scrapbooking so would use it to help me finish my Wedding Pages x

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  38. I'd help my kids make some cards

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  39. I would make Birthday cards

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  40. My daughter and I would make some birthday cards we think :) x

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  41. I would make birthday cards with my toddler.

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  42. My daughter would make a lovely card

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  43. I'd make cards for my lovely #postcircle friends :-)

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  45. Cards and also features for photo frames

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  46. cards for lots of different occasions :)

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  47. I'd love to start card making, never tried.

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  48. I would start making my own birthday cards

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  49. Oh, I'd get a jump start on my holiday cards!

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  50. I would make cards with my grandchildren

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  51. my grandchildren love making cards so this would help them along nicely

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  52. my lots of cards for my family

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  53. i think cards or invitations theres so much choice

    kay panayi

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  54. Thank you cards for my Daughters wedding

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  55. I would have a go a making some cards. I like to try new hobbies...

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  56. I would create some lovely New Address cards as I am moving from Sunny Dorset to Windy Wales soon x

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  57. I would spend some time making cards and gift boxes with my daughter.

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  58. some 3d cards and use some in the photo book im doing for my daughters :)

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  59. create my own cards for my dad on father's day!

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  60. Start with birthday cards for the kids

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  61. id have so much fun, birthday cards to start with

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  62. Jane Middleton28 May 2014 at 23:45

    birthday cards

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  63. I would like to make my own birthday cards - I am always forgetting to buy them.

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  64. I would make some cards for all year round

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  65. I'd make cards to give to family and friends.

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  66. I would make a Sapphire Wedding Anniversary card for my lovely hubby and use the rest to make card with my grandchildren when they come to stay :)

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  67. Some pretty cards for family and friends :)

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  68. lots of cards I have 9 nieces and lots of friends children and spend a lot on birthday cards would love to save a few pennies and add a personal touch x

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  69. Craft stuff for the kids :-)

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  70. I would use it to make cards. I wasn't sure when I started making cards, now friends & family expect a handmade card. Can be a pain at Christmas, but still fun making them.

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  71. We would make lots of cards for all the family :)

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  72. We would make lots of cards for all the family.

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  73. I'd start making my Christmas cards

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  74. Cards for my local Hedgehog Sanctuary

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  75. I would make invites for my wee one's 3rd birthday. They are lovely and bright so we might do a rainforest, jungle theme. Lovely prize

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  76. id make a fathers day card with our kids

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  77. I'd make some birthday cards so I had some ready for when I needed them

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  78. Some cards

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  79. I would make some pretty flowers to put in a frame

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  80. I'd make a birthday card for my son

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