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November 10, 2012

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Valery

Love everything that you create. Would love to see home dec items such as frames, boxes etc... Things I can make as gifts for the new home owner.

Lana Edwards

I would love to see more "How you design" and "how you add paint to projects" for more of the chabby chic look. Love your products!

Lior

what a great video! i dream to win......

tamika

wonderful video

Nancy Wethington

I am interested in hearing about Melissa's design process. It intrigues me how artists come up with ideas and the steps taken to achieve the final product. Thanks for the inspiration Melissa!

Amy Voorthuis

This chance is amazing would love to work with your products once because they don't sell it here or I've never found it here!!! hihih hugs Amy

Jan B.

I would like to see a tutorial on using the kitty album or Christmas themed projects. Thanks for your beautiful products!

LynneZ

Loved the video and would like to see more videos on layering and also combining patterned papers. Thanks for the awesome opportunity to win!

Sheri E.

Such a great video. I would love to see more like this, about Melissa's design process. Also would like to see product oriented ones. Sometimes I'm not sure all the ways a product can be used.

Carol W.

I would love to see more creative ways to use the hangers.

Tami Winkler-Beres

Love your style and the vintage products. The timeless village is adorable. I would like to see your products used in making journals, notebooks, or chipboard books. I'm glad you have joined My Craft Channel. Thank you!!!

Connie

Love the video and how you use your products and give tips. I like more cards/tags - something useful that you always need. Thanks.

Terry

Love watching you on My Craft Channel. I'd love to see more shabby chic paper crafting for the holidays!

Sanne

Great video! I would like to see more step by step videos like this one. i lick to macke box and mini albums. i am form Denmark and dount read that good, so pleas a transleat buten (sorry if not spelling that right) hugs and thanks

Alina Koludrovich

I enjoy learning from your videos.you Inspire me to be creative with all your pretty pieces.Alina from MI

Sheila R

Loved your first video! Would love to see different techniques and ways using your beautiful products in layouts and altered projects.

Rebecca Lovell

I would love to see Melissa make a layout! I'd also love to see a pretty garland or banner! Thank you for the chance!

Leonielee Mattes

Great video! I took a class at the convention in Washington and fell in love with your product. I rushed back to your booth and bought more kits and albums, so I could continue working with your product. I would love to see recipe cards made. I LOVE the vintage, shabby layering style. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to share with you.

Tonya Kennedy

The video was great! I would love to see more card making videos and holiday themed projects. I love your products!! Thank you!!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures

Thanks for the great video Melissa. I love all the little extras I learn from watching others. And I love layers. I'd like to see use of all the new products, uses of more scraps!, and I'm off to see the Village episode..have the stuff just not the knowledge..

kirsty vittetoe

Very inspiring, l would love to see more step-by-step tutorial on how to get the project done, and it would be great if mixed-medium project is included. Thanks for sharing!

jan m

I would love to see mini album ideas in a future episode Love your lines!

Holly R. Moore

Oooh I love seeing the process and how cool is this? I would like to see a home decor project, maybe a sign, or door hanger. Love the vintage style~ so anything I'm sure will be right up my alley. :) Thanks for the chance to win.

Carole

Wonderful video! I'd love to see more projects using the Backdrops Chipboard and also the Decorative Scroll Clip 4" hanger.

Linda Nelligan

I would like videos that show how to use your product in different ways, for example, resins. I can think of one way to use one of your resin frames, but would like to see many different ways. :-)

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