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eBosser Giveaway & Discount

This post is brought to you by Craftwell. All opinions are mine!
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. 101
    Holly says:

    I would love to try cutting leather!

  2. 102
    Sara Kannenberg says:

    I would use it to cut felt for projects for my daughter, like felt food :)

  3. 103
    Kim says:

    Gift Tags!

  4. 104
    Abby Navarro says:

    I would love this machine! Looks very awesome

  5. 105
    Megan E says:

    How have I not heard about this before? I could think of a million things to cut! I’ve had a Christmas tree skirt on my ‘to-do’ list for awhile that is begging for fabric cut appliqués of Reindeer. And being able to cut leather would be fun for so many projects! Key chains and jewelry additions in leather or metal, wood christmas ornaments or decor letters, card stock tags. Seriously I could go on forever. I may just have to ask for one of these for Valentines Day if I don’t win…

  6. 106
    Abby Navarro says:

    Wow amazing machine and cotenst!

  7. 107
    Laura S says:

    I would definitely work with some leather!

  8. 108
    tsmith says:

    I’ve never used one, but I think it would be a lot of fun!

  9. 109
    Jill says:

    I would love to use to emboss napkins and cut felt!

  10. 110
    liza says:

    this would be so much fun for appliques. no more cutting little tiny shapes anymore.

  11. 111
    Judy S says:

    I would love to try cutting some fabric to try embellishing!

  12. 112
    Karen T says:

    Cardstock!

  13. 113
    Laurie H. says:

    I would cut things for scrapbooking and cards. Thanks for the chance to win.

  14. 114
    Diane Lynne C. says:

    The Teresa Collins eBosser is a fantastic item.as it cuts paper , fabric, chipboard, vinyl and leather to name just a few . I am a paper crafter, specializing in greeting cards and gift bags. I am hoping to sell my items as soon as I can create enough stock. This eBosser would save me a large amount of time as I would not have to crank it like I do my present die cutting machine. Thanks you for the chance to win it. Happy Holidays.

  15. 115
    Cheryl Rathkamp says:

    Wow! Would love to win one of these. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  16. 116
    sam says:

    the first thing i would emboss is EVERYTHING! i love embossing and haven’t been able to justify buying a system. it would be awesome to win one!

  17. 117
    Judy Flint says:

    Cardstock and fabric, the ebosser would be awesome!

  18. 118
    Annie says:

    I’ve been wanting something that cut leather as well as felt for a LONG time. This looks amazing. Might be on my Christmas wish list next year!!

  19. 119
    Marsha Sims says:

    I would love to win this!!

  20. 120
    Kerry C. says:

    I’d cut magnets & fabric :)

  21. 121
    Sharon LeVine says:

    I would love to make a quilt work with material. have heard great things about this machine thanks for the free pattern

  22. 122
    Terrie says:

    I would love to use the eBosser for cutting paper to make cards! Thanks for the chance to win :)

  23. 123
    Stacey says:

    I think the question is, what wouldn’t I cut?? :)

  24. 124
    Sherry B. says:

    I would try all sorts of things!! Thanks!

  25. 125
    Rose Powell says:

    cardstock

  26. 126

    This would be so nice underneath my Christmas Tree!! Thanks for a chance.

  27. 127
    Erika says:

    I’d probably try my hand a fabric and wood.

  28. 128
    Jessie Johson says:

    I would cut felt and possibly leather if I won!

  29. 129
    Jennifer says:

    I would use it to mostly emboss cards and paper but cut fabric as well

  30. 130
    Kristin S. says:

    What wouldn’t I cut…..LOL! Thanks for the chance.

  31. 131
    [email protected] says:

    Wow, so many things, like name tags, pieces of felt in scrapbooking, just so many things. Thank you for the opportunity.

  32. 132
    Michelle Gittler says:

    Definitely fabric, all types!

  33. 133
    Brenda says:

    This reall looks neat! I would mostly cut felt and fabrics!

  34. 134
    Liz says:

    This sounds amazing!

  35. 135
    Liz says:

    I would cut everything I possibly could! Love it.

  36. 136
    sandi h says:

    mostly paper and then fabric

  37. 137
    Patty Andersen says:

    Thanks for this opportunity. I can’t think of anything else I would love to add to my craft room than this fabulous eBosser.

  38. 138
    Melanie Jones says:

    I would love to win this! It sounds so versatile and would be a great addition to my craft room!!

  39. 139
    Cynthia Avery says:

    I love this!

  40. 140
    Cynthia Avery says:

    I love this and would cut fabric with it!

  41. 141
    Heather VanSickle says:

    Would love to win

  42. 142
    Deborah Siebenaler says:

    I would use the EBosser to cut felt and fabric, along with paper.

  43. 143
    Brittney Patton says:

    I make ice resin jewelry and also cards. I was looking at one recently and was thinking about how fun it would be if I could incorporate them into what I do now. I can use the cut or embossed images on the cards and I can also use those same images as backgrounds in my bezels for the ice resin jewelry! Thank you for this giveaway!!

  44. 144
    Margarett fraser Leonard says:

    What a great giveaway, thank you for the chance to win one. I love working with paper

  45. 145
    Janet Cobb says:

    Send it to me then I’ll decide! But I’m a cardmaker if that gives you an idea!

  46. 146
    Bianca Hammond says:

    The posibilities are endless but I might use it to make Valentine’s Cards if I win it.

  47. 147
    Sandra Bottiaux says:

    Mostly fabric

  48. 148
    LisaJQ says:

    I’m not sure what I would cut first – so many projects are floating around in my head!

  49. 149
    L.r. Smith says:

    I have had my eye on this one for some time… I would LOVE one of these… seriously~
    Thanks for the chance to even win one.. I appreciate it very much~

  50. 150

    fabulous machine!