Saturday, November 1, 2014

The Crafty Reader - November Giveaway (Open WW)


Welcome back to another edition of sharing some litera(l)y crafty inspiration. If you ask me, you can never go wrong with the classics, especially if you throw some craft projects into the mix. So in case you were unaware of this, I'm also book blogging over at The Book Garden and have devoted these giveaways to my passion for books and crafting.

In this month's giveaway you can get your hands on Jane Austen's Sewing Box: Craft Projects & Stories from Jane Austen's Novels by Jennifer Forest!

Please note: This giveaway is open worldwide, but only for countries TBD offers free shipping to - please check here.

Congrats to Amber C. from Australia!

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33 comments:

  1. hum i do get it from books sometimes but most often i just get them while having a walk a looking at teh nature ( then once i have the ideas i sometimes have to made researh on internet and at teh library because i don't know the technic need to realise my ideas^^

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  2. This looks like a must-have for any Austen and crafts aficionado!

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    1. Inspiration? I'm afraid my only creative Muse is as a writer, but I find Jane Austen the perfect inspiration, especially her characters!

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  3. What a wonderful idea! I usually get inspiration from pinterest, though my projects don't always turn out like the inspiration picture.

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  5. I love to get my inspiration from Pinterest and the fabulous things my friends do! ~Michelle (account of Sean M)

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  6. I mostly get my crafty inspiration from my grandmother's old notebooks. I am fascinated by them :)
    Pinterest also works for me.

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  7. I get inspiration from many places. I do love Pinterest though!

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  8. I get a lot of inspiration from Pinterest, but my projects never turn out as well!

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  9. Where do you get your crafty inspiration from? Vintage magazines and books

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  10. I get inspiration from a whole range of sources - magazines (old and recent), pintrest, books, blogs, friends, internet/Google searches etc. Though I do thoroughly enjoy flicking through the magazines :)

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  11. My inspiration comes from everywhere. Every book I read, images I see and people I talk to usually fills my mind with ideas.

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  12. I get most of my crafty inspiration from thinking about making gifts for specific people but I supplement my ideas with Pinterest and with things I see in stores and think "I could make that".

    I consider myself a crafty person and a Jane Austen addict. This book give away satisfies both of those parts of my personality.

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  13. I just seem to have the knack for thinking of ideas and figuring out how I am going to pull it off I usually use more than one "way" of doing things.

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  14. I get inspiration from books,images,internet,some magazine...

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  15. I love crafts, I wish I had more time to work on things.

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  16. Everything I see or read is inspirational...and I would
    love this book!

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  17. Where do you get your crafty inspiration from? mostly youtube and pinterest . There's so many DIY thingy and i love it. (Lidya C)

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  18. Mary DeBorde
    For me, Pinterest has been such an amazing source of ideas & inspiration! I'm not too imaginative
    when left to my own devices lol

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  19. I get inspiration at the things I look at such as newspapers, magazines and Internet. Sometimes it may not turn out to be exactly what I see but nevertheless I love what I can do with my limited abilities.

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  20. I get my inspiration from Books although I like looking at all the Great ideas on Pinterest there is no step by step how to do it.

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  21. I get my inspiration from many books and I am now in love with pinterest. I recently purchased a Jane Austen craft book and have enjoyed doing some of the projects. I would really like this book though because it has so much more to offer.

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  22. I get a lot of inspiration from Pinterest!

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  23. Usually from friends and of course from Pinterest!

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  24. I usually get my inspiration from Pinterest

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  25. Mainly from friends and my children. I never run out of things to make because they always have requests.

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  26. I totally such at crafts so my inspiration comes from the internet, thanks to Google, lol

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  27. Usually an idea just starts in my head from something I've seen or heard. Of course these days it's so easy to go to Pinterest or even Google images and see how others have interpreted my idea subject, then my idea can turn into something real much more quickly.

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  28. I get my crafty inspiration from my mom - when she was young, she used to do Goblen Pictures, small ones and also big ones, that exist in our house till this day...
    I'm also have crafty inspiration from my friends on Facebook and Instagram.
    Thank you for the lovely giveaway , I would be very glad if I'll win !

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  29. I get most of my craft inspiration from my grandma :) She does such lovely things with her hands, and she's taught me a lot that I now know. Pinterest also helps me along :)

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  30. I got pinterest when I need crafty ideas, or my mom!

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