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Monday, November 9, 2015

Share Handmade Kindness Giveaway

A couple of weeks ago, I received a fabulous gift box in the mail from the one and only Jennifer McGuire.  She is challenging crafters (and everyone for that matter) to Share Handmade Kindness during the month of November.  If you haven't checked it out, I highly recommend that you do.  This challenge is all about spreading a bit of kindness in our world.  It's about making someone smile and brightening their day.


I was thrilled to receive this box and immediately started brainstorming ways that I could share with all of my fabulous readers and subscribers.


It hit me like a lightning bolt!  It was time for a craft room purge anyway, and I thought it would be the perfect way to share with others.  I went through my stash and pulled out things that were in great condition, but hadn't been loved on in quite some time.  I stacked them all on my desk and began to sort them in to various piles...I tried to mix it up by adding some paper, dies, stamps and embellishments to each pile.



I had a little help too!  This adorable face belongs to my daughter Elliot.  She's always willing to lend a hand in the craft room.  And I needed help because there was just too much stuff for me to sort through alone.  Plus it was great to have the company!



I now have all of these supplies boxed up and ready to go to 12 lucky winners!  That's right!  I have 12 boxes full of goodies to share with you.  I have four requirements...
  • You must live in the United States (due to shipping costs).
  • You must use these to brighten someone's day...by making a card or other project and sharing some handmade kindness of your own.
  • You must check out the Share Handmade Kindness website to see what this is all about.
  • If you are under 18, please ask for your parents permission prior to entering.
That's it.  No catch.  No shipping fees.  Just a bit of crafty happiness right to your mailbox.  Oh and tell your crafty friends too!  I'd love for them to have a chance to win.



I have 10 boxes full of miscellaneous crafting goodies...paper, dies, stamps, embellishments...you know, the essentials.  And I have 2 boxes full of Letterpress supplies, including the Letterpress Platform in each box.  You may enter to win one or the other, or BOTH.  However, you can only win one.  I want to spread this around as much as possible.


To enter to win, you must use the Rafflecopter widget below.  I have separate entries.  The first is to win one of the 10 general crafty goodies.  The second is to win one of the 2 boxes of Letterpress supplies.  Enter one or the other...or both.  But you must use the Rafflecopter widget to enter.  If it's not working...just try back in a bit.

ENTER TO WIN ONE OF THE 10 CRAFTY GRAB BAG BOXES HERE

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ENTER TO WIN ONE OF THE 2 LETTERPRESS SUPPLY BOXES HERE

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I will leave this giveaway open for 1 week.  You have until Tuesday November 17th, 2015 at 11:59 PM PST to enter.  Once the giveaway closes, I will choose the winners and contact them by email to get their mailing addresses.

Good luck!

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  2. What a lovely, kind gesture. You are an amazing woman. Thank you for the awesome opportunity.

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  3. What a wonderful and generous give away. I think Jennifer has really hit on something wonderful here. I know I'm participating in the challenge as much as possible. Thanks Carissa!

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  4. Thank you for this chance! It is funny, I just did a big clean out and purge because a friend who volunteers in art classes at our local schools put out a list of materials she needs, so I had a good reason and it felt so good to share! Thanks!

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  5. Thanks for the chance to win some goodies. If I win I'll happily share with someone.

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  6. Thanks for the chance to win some goodies. If I win I'll happily share with someone.

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  7. So very kind and generous of you! I have my list of those to "Share Kindness" with for this week. What a GREAT idea this endeavor is ♥

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  8. What a fab idea Carissa! I love your version of sharing handmade kindness! The share handmade kindness challenge is such a brilliant thing Jeb came up with.... I'm always sending out lots of cards and gifts to friends and family .... I have way more fun giving than receiving!!! :D

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  9. Jen had such a wonderful idea with this! Thanks for the chance to win, I'd love to keep to keep the sharing going!

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  10. WOW - that is SO KIND and GENEROUS of YOU Carissa!!!
    I'm an Aussie but have bundles of US crafty friends, so I shared with them on Facebook and hope they all come visit you :)
    THANK YOU for helping to #sharehandmadekindness !!!

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  11. What a great perk for your readers! Thanks for sharing the love and kindness.

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  12. What a generous and kind idea you came up with! Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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  13. Thank you for such a generous giveaway!

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  14. Such a fab and generous giveaway. Too bad I live in Europe, but I do understand that you need to cut down on shipping costs.

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  15. Such a fab and generous giveaway. Too bad I live in Europe, but I do understand that you need to cut down on shipping costs.

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  16. What a fun thing to do! :) I recently purged a few things and gave them to a friend who just started stamping. I've been teaching her the basics. I love seeing the excitement in her eyes every time I show her something new.

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  17. wow what a very generous way to meet the challenge. I love this idea that Jennifer has and so glad it has spread.

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  18. A very generous thing of you to do!! Thank you.
    Have a blessed day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting With Creative M

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  19. This is such a terrific theme...let's pay it forward everyday. When we would be doing something for our neighbors or the community, my mom would say...hey, an opportunity for a few more 'heaven points'. To this day, I think about her expression when helping others...like...she's with me!

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  20. I love your craft room and your work :) Tried to enter but it's not working since last night...will check back later. Thanks for being so generous!

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    1. I think I got it fixed now....you should be good to go. Sorry about that.

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    2. No worries! I have visited the Share Handmade Kindness most days :)

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  21. I've always loved your work. Years ago I bought the DVD shelves and then saw your video were you bought the baskets, so I ran out and bought them thank goodness. . Thank you for all you do. As I said I've always loved your work. I have to say Watching your videos the past 2 years was therapy while fighting illness along with breast cancer. Couldn't do much so layed around and watch all you did but it didn't stop me from buying what you showed. 😁 You along with Jennifer M, Laura B. & Kristina W. were medicine to my soul. Thank you, thank you. Thankyou and blessings.

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    1. This is the nicest thing I think I've ever heard. I am honored that you would consider me a part of your healing. I also hope you are well on the road to recovery and survival. Best wishes to you. I would love to share this comment with Kristina, Laura and Jennifer. Would that be okay with you?

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    2. If there's one thing I've learned is to let one know what a blessing they have been to you. So that said yes I would be pleased for you to share with them.

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    1. I think I got it fixed now....you should be good to go. Sorry about that.

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  23. thanks for the generous giveaway - i have seen the kindness website and all the others who have contributed to this great idea - i've sent out several cards and am making some of those leaves that Jennifer had today on her blog for a friend's thanksgiving table.

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  24. I'm loving checking out Jennifer's new project and participating In the share handmade kindest campaign, Thanks for the chance to win, so kind of you to spread the crafty goodness!!

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  25. First time on your blog. Will definitely be returning. I am loving this act of kindness. I have been sending cards to two women I do not know. They are going through a lot. They are friends of my sister and my cards have helped brighten an often gloomy day. Thank you for your generosity in this giveaway.

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  26. I love this project, I think more now than ever we need to share a lot of kindness, thanks for this great initiative!

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  27. I visited the Share Handmade Kindness site!

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  28. What an assessment way to spend kindness. Great idea.

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  29. I've been following The Kind Campaign on Instagram for a while. I love what they are doing, and I donated to the campaign. I believe it's easy to be kind to someone, even smiling at a stranger is easy! I love to make cards and send them to loved ones all the time, but giving them to others is such a wonderful concept! There are so many people to share with!

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  30. Yes I have visited the site. I also have read many posts about this worthwhile cause on so many blogs.
    Your kindness will be so appreciated by those that receive the crafting goodies. I know it would touch my heart BIG TIME. Thank you for caring AND sharing.

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  31. I follow Jennifer's blog so
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    share project! Thanks for the
    chance to win one of these
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    Carla from Utah

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  32. I send anonymous cards to people I hear about having surgery, fighting illness, or just struggling in some way. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  33. Thank you for all that you do! I love all of your videos and your unique style! Also thank you for all the hard work and heart you put in as a nurse as well (my mother is an RN as well in geriatrics), nurses don't don't get as much credit as they deserve.

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  34. I totally need to organize my crafting stuff.

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  35. Fabulous giveaway Carissa!! Your daughter is too adorable!! :)

    hugs...

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  36. I have been following the Share Handmade Kindness posts and think it is a fabulous idea. I always watch your videos but now have subscribed to your blog - don't know why I didn't before. (Your daughter is a real cutie.)

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  37. Looks like you were busy! I've followed Jennifer McGuire's campaign from the beginning. What an awesome lady!

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  38. Love your creativity and your cleanup process. I'll use the supplies to make cards for nursing homes! Happy holidays!

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  39. What a lovely way to participate in such a thoughtful Kindness campaign. I am honored to be able to enter your giveaway and to be participating in the campaign as well. Thank you for your generosity!

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  40. I have visited the share kindness site of Jennifer's several times! What a great idea! Let's keep it up all year!

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  41. I've visited the site so many times! I've actually found myself trying to do at least 1 kind thing a day, and shared as many cards as I could (including a birthday card to a wonderful 95 year old grand-step-aunt!) I love this campaign!

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  42. Love your videos and creativity. I am participating in the campaign also. I am also an RN, loved your idea to share kindness with coworkers. Working this whole weekend... But what better way to start this new week by doing something nice for my fellow nurses and RTs by making cards.

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  43. This is so great of you! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

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  44. Thanks so much for such an incredible giveaway Carissa!!! I have been a part of the Share the Handmade Kindness Challenge since the beginning, I've participated in both weeks' challenges so far! It's such a great way to connect people!

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  45. Wow that is really nice of you! I'm glad that JM's kindness campaign is really taking off and led me here.

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  46. Thank you Carissa for a chance to win the awesome giveaway! I am totally loving this Handmade Kindness challenge to spread the love and gratitude.

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  47. I've visited the handmade kindness site! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  48. I have seen the sharing kindness blog that Jennifer McGuire started - she is one awesome lady! I would love to receive one of your generous boxes. :) Happy Holidays.

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    1. I can't believe I won one .... can't wait to see what will be inside. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

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  49. Whoop whoop! I love this challenge! Such a generous thing for you to giveaway your crafty things!! I have just discovered you from Instagram and then your periscope tour! 😍😍 You're an inspiration! Can't wait to see more of your work!

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  50. Love your EKG Heart cards! TYVM for sharing BOTH techniques. So Glad Jennifer and her creative friends are doing what they do best..sharing their creativity, kindness, selflessness, and God Given gift to spread "awareness" to ALL who WILL hear, see, and take action to Stop Bullying in schools, work place, and community and begin /start Spreading Kindness to everyone in our schools, work place, and communities. Nick V (Born Without Limbs) spoke at several high schools on Oahu on bullying. He did a live stream from Waianae High School. There were 25 students who attempted suicide due to being bullied in school...that IS 25 TOO many! Nick encouraged everyone to help stop bullying by spreading Kindness, extend a helping hand by being the first to take action by example so others WILL follow by paying it forward, extend a helping hand to those in need, and spreading kindness by doing daily AOG (Acts of Gratitude), AOL (Acts of Love), and most of all...thanking everyone for the little things we all take for granted. I take goodies to the techs that work on my vehicle as a token of my appreciation and gratitude for maintaining my vehicle so I am safe on the road. I thank my medical team (every visit) for getting me through the rough times, keeping me 'healthy", their words of encouragement gives me strength and courage to keep "fighting" the "battle", "bumps", "pot holes", "sink holes", and whatever else comes my way. I am so Thankful/Grateful to Jennifer McGuire and her creative buddies/pals for ALL they DO to "Inspire" me/us to Pay It Forward With Gratitude and Kindness! HUGS! <3 from PA ^j^

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  51. Thank you so much for being so generous!! You are going to make a whole bunch of people very very happy!!

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  52. Love your cards and kindness!!

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  53. Very generous and I love watching all your creations.

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  54. Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  55. The share kindness campaign is such a great cause. I love surprising friends with unexpected handcrafted goodies.

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  56. I'm loving the Handmade Kindness campaign, and all of the beautiful projects it has inspired!

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  57. I love the campaign/movement! Jennifer is so inspiring in that post.

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  58. So sweet of you, i love the cards you made for your fellow nurses.

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  59. Thanks for being so KIND and offering the give away. Bullying is such a hot topic in schools. It is nice to hit it from another angle...being kind. I love this campaign!

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  60. I love how a simple thing of crafting can help others. I made 2 cards on Friday for my daughter's preschool teachers and they were so happy. I explained to them it was part of the share handmade kindness campaign. This made them feel so happy.

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  61. This is more than kind - it's super generous of you. Yes, I have been to all the websites Jennifer has directed me to in her Share Kindness campaign for November. She's such an inspiration. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  62. I love sharing cards with people and Jennifer Mcguire made it even better. All of the cards I have been seeing go out by her campaign are just beautiful. Your daughter looks just like you. Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway

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  63. What a wonderful, thoughful gesture, Carissa. I have been to every website possible related to this fantastic Kindness project. Our school has also had daily videos, speeches, reminders, etc. about Kindness.

    I did enter using the Rafflecopter, but I couldn't comment ... at least I think I couldn't comment. I did click the "I commented" box if that counts.

    Again, thank you ... and have a super marvelous day!

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  64. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I checked out the share kindness website :)

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  65. What a wonderful thing to do! I love giving people handmade things. I think this is awesome! :)

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  66. I visited the website! What a wonderdul campaign. I love sharing handmade cards and goodies with friends and family. It makes you feel good all over!

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  67. What a generous act of kindness. I have been following Jennifer's acts of kindness blog. I love you heart card.

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  68. What a generous act of kindness. I have been following Jennifer's acts of kindness blog. I love you heart card.

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  69. What a generous act of kindness. I have been following Jennifer's acts of kindness blog. I love you heart card.

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  70. Thank you for the opportunity to win a kindness box of crafty goodies. An awesome way to purge your craft studio. I really love Jennifers Kindness Campaign. I have been doing RAK for many years. Doing so makes my heart happy. And, I like that so many acts can be just a little something and takes so little time to do so. Many opportunities present themselves often in our daily lives.

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  71. I love the Share Handmade Acts of Kindness. Tis the holiday season.

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  72. I would love to share acts of kindness. I live close to the US border. If I win could it be sent to a US postal box. Hugs, Nellie.

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  73. I have been following and participating in Jennifer McGuire's Sharing handmade kindness campaign from the beginning. Great idea to purge supplies!

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  74. I have visited the share handmade kindness website, so inspiring!

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  75. This is very generous of you. Thank you for the opportunity. I follow Jennifer McGuire and think the kindness project is a wonderful fit for card makers.

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  76. What a great idea! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  77. My mother in law is battling cancer and I just love randomly sending her funny and sweet handmade cards in the mail. I just love to know it makes her day. I would love to create a bunch of cards and take them to the Cancer Care center and just make other people's day. Happiness is sometimes hard for people to find and the simplest things brighten days!

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  78. Love making cards, thank for the generous gift of your extra supplies what a wonderful idea, I entered to win a box of goodies and the letterpress.

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  79. I have visited the Share Handmade Kindness website. It's such a wonderful idea and thank you for the chance to win some awesome goodies. I love your craft room, btw :-)

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  80. What a great idea Jennifer has for us! Thank you so much for your generosity and a chance to win!

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  81. I just love what Jennifer is doing with the Share Handmade Kindness, we have alot of elderly veterans in one of our nursing homes here and on Veterans Day my darling hubby and I which are also Veterans took handmade cards and cookies and handed them out. The smiles it brought out of them was so worth it all. It would be awesome to win something, in May we were hit with a tornado and I am slowly trying to get craft supplies to work with to give me some stress relief lol.

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  82. I visited the site and have been participating in the campaign. It's so wonderful!

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  83. I visited the site and have been participating in the campaign. It's so wonderful!

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  84. I love this whole idea! What a great way for you to expand on this idea!

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  85. What a generous and kind idea you have. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. This is such a wonderful act. I actually made cards for our troops, been wanting to do this for years, this campaign motivated me. Thanks

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  87. Yes, I've followed Jennifer for a long time now and she is the epitome of sharing handmade kindness!

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  88. Thank you for your generosity!! I love all the encouragement & ideas I receive from Jennifer. Also meeting other wonderful stampers like you!

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  89. Wow, you are super generous and definitely epitomizing the meaning behind this wonderful kindness campaign! I visited the site and love Jennifer's story and appreciate why she set up this campaign. I can't wait to play along and actually mail my cards since that is always the hard part (for some reason!). :)

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  90. Thanks for your inspiration. I am a nurse also and do crafts for my therapy when I have time, but often don't share with others as I'd like! This has gotten me to the mailbox!

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  91. Thanks for the chance to win. I could really benefit from any supplies.

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  92. You have inspired me to go thru my craft supplies & I have sent gift boxes to several friends so they'll get a surprise in the mail. It's always so fun to get an unexpected package in the mail. Heck, it's a lot of fun to get ANY snail mail! I have mailed 16 handmade cards so far this month & will try & send out one for each day of the month.

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  93. I love this idea. Especially in light of what is going on in the world right now. It is super important to recognize the people who put themselves in the line of fire.

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  94. I've followed Jennifer for years so I know all about this terrific campaign. That girl is super generous and kind. I love your generosity too, We all could go through our supplies and share our overflow with others. I've done this a couple of times to share with our church Pre-school. I hope lots of crafters hop on board this kindness train.

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  95. Oh my geeee - what a generous and wonderful giveaway you have here. And I have been following Jennifer's campaign and think it's absolutely amazing. What an awesome idea, and so much fun!!!

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  96. What a great campaign! I plan on spreading kindness near and far. Thanks for a chance to win : )

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  97. Wow, what an amazing giveaway and a great way to share kindness. I love this idea of sharing handmade kindness and have a stack of cards to put in the mail tomorrow. So exciting!

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  98. I visited the Sharing Hand Made Kindness website and I love Jennifer and all her kind efforts!

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  99. Well gosh, if this isn't spreading kindness, I don't know what is! Thank you, Carissa! If I'm lucky enough to win, I'll be sure to pay it forward.....I love spending time creating :)

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  100. Such a kind and generous offer.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  101. I visited the Share Homemade Kindness website.

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  102. I have visited the Share Handmade Kindness website and love the idea. I've been participating as I'm able (my craft room is still in boxes from our recent move). Thanks for your generosity. If I happen to win, I will greatly enjoy using my prize to encourage others.

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  103. Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your goodies. I love card making and paper crafting! I have visited the Share Handmade Kindness and enjoy following along!

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  104. Thanks for your generosity! I love Jennifer McGuire's idea and hope to spread the love. :)

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  105. I heard about this from Jennifer and bought the stamp sets right away from Hero Arts! She, and all of you, are kind people to go along beside an awesome company. What a great collaboration!! I'm so excited to send some kindness to unsuspecting friends!!

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  106. And, yes, I've visited the Share Handmade Kinkdness website. Forgot to add that to my comment. I've left the page open on my desktop to have all of the details available. Jennifer is such an awesome person and artist!

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  107. What a nice thing to do! You clear out items & share with others that can use them! Thanks for your kindness! . Great card you made as well! Jennifer has spread her kindness really well & it caught on quickly!

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  108. So generous of you to give away crafty goodness! I visited the Share Handmade Kindness site. So far had only been following along on Jennifer's site. Just got my Handmade Kindness set so need to do some more creating. Thanks for sharing!

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  109. i need to purge my supplies too. will give them to a friend who makes and sells cards for charities. i would use any supplies i won to make cards for the local nursing home. i have visited the share handmade kindness website a couple of times.

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  110. Sooooo generous of you to do this! Thank you so much for being an inspiration, I love your work!

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  111. This is really generous of you. I've been meaning to go through my stash also and purge. Thanks.

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  112. I visited the share kindness site. What a great idea this is nd how generous of you to donate your gently used craft items! I love your work, you have a great talent. ~Gin K.~

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  113. Love this campaign. Your cards are beautiful!

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  114. Thank you for being part of this fabulous campaign Carissa and for sharing your talent with all of us!
    Have a wonderful day!

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  115. I've tried to comment TWICE, but they didn't publish! :(

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  116. Happy Purging - what a great win for us! Thank for sharing your supplies!

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  117. Wow! What amazing generosity!!! I believe if I purged that much, my room would be empty (NOT)!

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  118. I have always thought of November as being the "thankful" month - which of course we will all still be! But I'm so so so happy seeing so many great people in the paper crafting community making this kindness month! We're all so blessed to get to enjoy so much positivity with so many great companies and crafters.

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  119. Great idea for purging your craft room :) I need to do something like this !! Love the "kindness month" idea. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  120. This is amazing! I haven't been able to get into letterpress, but would love the chance to! Thanks for doing this!

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  121. Wow this is great!! This takes sharing kindness to another level. The Share Kindness Campaign is such a wonderful creation. :)

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  122. Great idea for recycling your extra stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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  123. This is so generous of you, love getting anything crafty in the mail! I also love Jennifer McGuire's Handmade Kindness Challenge

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  124. I love the whole kindness sharing concept. I, too, purged some crafty items (I sent a box to a shelter that caters to women and children). Thanks for your sharing.

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  125. for the pass 11 years i have work as a school aide in one of my local elementary schools we have 4 of them. One of the things that I do to help the kids is create cards for them to color and handout to friends and families. I love to create simple yet kind cards that they finish. We have a great time together doing this. I try to live by example to share kindness to all. Thanks for your kindness toshare your supplies with us all.

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  126. Carissa, You are so sweet too! I pop to your blog now and again via the hops and love your CAS style. I'm signing up for email subscription. I think Jennifer is amazing. Thank you for this opportunity to win some stamping goodies.
    Paulette S.
    craftqueen417 at yahoo
    http://paulettesprettypapercrafts dot wordpress dot com
    Since Google or Blogger can not remove or edit my Blogger Profile from a blog moved to WP in 2012 with closed email address, nor will allow me do so either, even tho they claim "we" are still in charge of our information even when we close accts. They keep it merged to me and my Google acct. instead of displaying my active email because it's not gmail. Sad...

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  127. Handmade kindness, what a wonderful idea, specially around the holiday season. Love it!!!

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  128. Love your creations! :) What a great idea to share your tools with other crafters as well! I'm helping my church to send Christmas cards to the elderly at a near by nursing home that we started visiting. They love handmade cards!

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  129. I am a Nurse working in a Geriatric setting and would love to receive one of your cards! I had visited Jennifer's Homemade Kindness site and am just finishing up a group of cards

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  130. I am so inspired by the homemade kindness campaign. I actually COOKED! I was really nervous about giving food away since I don't EVER cook, but it was for my best friend and her family. Hope they enjoyed it.

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  131. This is SO nice! Also, I thought I had a crowded desk, but you win. I love the spreading kindness idea, thanks for everything.

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  132. This is SO nice! Also, I thought I had a crowded desk, but you win. I love the spreading kindness idea, thanks for everything.

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  133. I have visited Jennifer McGuire's blog and love all that she is doing to help spread kindness - such a super idea!

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  134. This is nice to see all of the kindness going around. I try to be generous in the ways that I can throughout the year, but would really like to dedicate some time to this campaign. Here's hoping I can find some time to do so! Purging is a great idea. I have a craft night with some lovely ladies coming up this weekend and can maybe give some neglected supplies a loving new home! :)

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  135. I visited. What a great idea. I like your style

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