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eBosser Giveaway & Discount

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Have you heard of the new eBosser by Craftwell®? Come check out this awesome tool and enter to win one!
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eBosser

What is the eBosser? It is a fully automated embossing and die cutting tool that is compatible with almost all cutting dies and embossing folders on the market. It offers a large format so you can cut/emboss Letter and A4 sizes. The eBosser easily cuts up to 8.5″ wide and 12″ in length. To use, simply turn it on and insert your folder or die with the magnetic platform and then it does all the work for you! There is a safety feature so that if you insert your hand, it will not turn on. This makes it safe to use around kids and pets. You can watch a quick video of how the eBosser works here. craftwelllogoCraftwelllogo3

What can the eBosser cut and emboss? Paper, cardstock, multiple layers of fabric, felt, leather, wood, and metal. That’s pretty sweet! It cuts a lot of different mediums which opens up a lot of new crafting opportunities!

The Teresa Collins bundle comes with these 2 exclusive embossing folders: Clocks and Damask. {pictured below}
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eBosser Discount: Get 20% off on the Teresa Collins eBosser Bundle! Use code: MERRYCRAFTMAS 

 eBosser Giveaway

One lucky reader will win a Teresa Collins eBosser Bundle! {MSRP value of $249.99!} Use the giveaway widget below to enter. Open to USA residents only.

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Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 51
    michelle b says:

    Gosh! I would use the Ebosser for everything!!

  2. 52
    Cheryl Pursell says:

    I would used it for card making and scrapbooking. I like to make minibooks with unique pages too, so I could see this being used for that as well.

  3. 53
    Michaela says:

    Cards!

  4. 54
    Tiffany Kurdziel says:

    I could start making 2014 holiday cards with these! LOL

  5. 55
    Linda Harris says:

    Appliques for grand daughters shirts

  6. 56
    Diana Ross says:

    Love, want, need:) Excited!!!

  7. 57
    Heather says:

    I would make a leather guitar strap.

  8. 58
    Becky Jacks says:

    Nice!

  9. 59
    Tiffany Kurdziel says:

    I could start making 2014 holiday cards with this!

  10. 60
    Cynthia Woods says:

    Awesome! I would use it for scrapbooking, making cards, and crafting!

  11. 61
    Chacoy says:

    I would use it for bags, boxes, cards, layouts and home decor too!

  12. 62
    Karen says:

    I have been wanting an embosser for a long time, but couldn’t justify the price :-( I would love to win one, can just think of all the cool things I could make with it!

  13. 63
    Mel says:

    I am a teacher, I would use it to create bulletin boards, etc.

  14. 64
    Abigail says:

    I’d love to try it on leather and metal!

  15. 65

    Oh how I would love this for felt! Definitely on my Christmas list! ♥

  16. 66
    Nicole Stillwell says:

    I’d use it for tags, & making cards! However I’m sure the possibilities wouldn’t stop there!! :)

    Merry Christmas!

  17. 67
    SAndra says:

    This looks awesome! The eBosser could help me out a lot in crafts.

  18. 68
    Serena V. says:

    I think I would try my hand at cutting some leather

  19. 69
    Christy says:

    Thanks for the chance to win

  20. 70

    Fabric & wood. Very cool.

  21. 71

    Oh my goodness, I would cut out the quote “Life is not about finding yourself, Life is about creating yourself!” in my girls’ rooms. I would make holiday outfits for our whole family!

  22. 72
    Blake says:

    YAY!

  23. 73
    Jennifer C. says:

    I would definitely cut felt and all kinds of fabric!! Sounds fun!!

  24. 74
    Melissa says:

    Leather!!

  25. 75
    Leanna B says:

    I would cut fabric!

  26. 76

    I would start working with metal and leather more with this awesome eBosser! Wow, this thing is awesome!

  27. 77
    Jessica W says:

    Felt!!! I have so many felt projects in my to do folder!

  28. 78
    Sherri Sillitoe says:

    I would love to win an EBosser! What a wonderful piece of equipment. I love embossing.

  29. 79
    dawn walsh says:

    i would try paper first

  30. 80
    Marina Ruszkowski says:

    i wish I would win this, this is exactly what I need to make some others happy :-)

  31. 81
    Rikki-Dee says:

    I would cut shapes to make cards.

  32. 82
    Wendy N says:

    I would love to fabric!

  33. 83

    I would use it to cut some cardstock and then emboss it to make my own cards!

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  34. 84
    Barb S. says:

    Card stock, mostly. For all sorts of projects!

  35. 85
    Amanda says:

    Thanks for a chance!

  36. 86
    Susan says:

    I have sooooo wanted a cutter! I would start small…cardstock but I have big plans for signs and fabric!

  37. 87
    Anita Lao says:

    I’ve never seen one of these little guys but I’d love to win one. I’m not sure what I would cut first with it, but I’d probably use it often in my church responsibilities. The young women I lead would love to play with it to make all kinds of creations.

  38. 88
    katie h says:

    I would cut fabric, felt, & cardstock for my primary class at church! Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

  39. 89
    Jackamo says:

    Paper olympic medals, that’d look pretty cool embossed and such.

  40. 90
    Pietra C says:

    I would love to try cutting and embossing fabric! I would definitely cut and emboss paper and see what else it works on. Thanks!

  41. 91
    elaine says:

    i would love to add this machine to my list of haves

  42. 92
    Karen H. says:

    It sounds like the options are pretty endless, so I am not sure what I would make first. I could certainly make so many things! Thank you for the great giveaway!

  43. 93
    Del Marie Riley says:

    I’d cut everything I could get my hands on. I love how versatile this machine is.

  44. 94
    Barbara says:

    Felt , fabric and leather :)

  45. 95
    Skyann S says:

    I don’t know just yet. But knowing me I’d find something !

  46. 96
    wesley Snyder says:

    papers

  47. 97
    Brandy Kurth says:

    I would cut fabric.

  48. 98
    Ty Gray says:

    Sounds like everything and anything…I would like to try my hand at scapbooking!

  49. 99
    natalie says:

    what a cool machine! i’ve never done embossing before, so would love to try that out! and to cut leather!

  50. 100
    Kim Unland says:

    Leather. Oh the possibilities.