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Monday, March 24, 2014

National Craft Month - Create With Little Windows And A Giveaway

SewCalGal hopes you've been having fun celebrating National Craft Month, which really should be called International Craft Month!  And, this giveaway is open to crafty followers all over the world!


Today I'm excited to be able to share insights about super fun products from Little Windows, who has also agreed to sponsor a giveaway for my blog followers.  Thank you Little Windows!

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Little Windows offers exceptional resin-craft products that make it easy and affordable for you to create with.  It is perfect for turning photos, fabric, and more  into jewelry, and other forms of art.  The resin is not a toxic product and no solvents are used, no bad smells, low bubbling, so you can put anything into it!

You can find very helpful video and text tutorials on the Little Windows site, as well as  excellent FAQ, along with many inspirational project ideas and tips.

While you can create so many different types of projects with Little Windows, with a variety of materials, SewCalGal loves how you can use resign and your fabric scraps to create charms, necklaces, pins and more:















And Little Windows has a youtube video to show you how to do this, as well as many more videos to show you other tips and inspirational projects.


If you have problems watching this embedded video,  or are on MAC here is a link to watch it directly in youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unoYOD7eGuU&list=UUbur653k2wnEjkqUlCZ3xMw

You can also turn your photos into resin charms charms


Or make items to decorate your home for the holidays or to give as gifts.




In addition to using resign with fabric and photos, you could use resign on metal, glitter, organics and more.  You can even take little treasures and embed them in resin using molds! Possibilities of creating with Little Windows are practically endless.  

Did I Mention A Giveaway?

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Little Windows is wanting to help followers of SewCalGal get crafty this month.  They are donating a Starter Kit for a giveaway, which has a $48 value.  And they will ship this directly to a US winner (no shipping costs) or to an International winner that is willing to pay a $8 shipping and handling fee (aka increased costs of shipping over US fees).

If you are interested in winning a Little Windows Starter Kit, please complete the Rafflecopter form below.  SewCalGal will randomly draw one lucky winner on March 31st and update this post accordingly.  I will also send an email to notify the winner.



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34 comments:

beaquilter said...

boohoo can't enter yet, but it looks awesome

Dana Gaffney said...

Rafflecopter says the giveaway starts soon.
This looks like a lot of fun!

Missy Shay said...

Rafflecopter is working now! :) I would make a necklace out of fabric, what a great idea!

Connie said...

How fun! I can see this as a fun project with my granddaughters making jewelry!

Paula said...

What a wonderful giveaway, thank you. I could see me making fun decorations with my boys, cufflinks for my husband and fun decor items that could be attached to gift cards - cards that are a gift in themselves.

Lisa Marie said...

This is new to me and looks fun! Jewelry and Christmas ornaments are things I'd like to try.

Juanita said...

Wow! This looks like fun. I especially like the resin on fabric to make jewelry...I'd make some earrings with that. TY for having this giveaway.

Lindi S said...

This technique would sure be easier then cutting glass and wrapping it with foil the way I do!

Jan Jones said...

I would love to try this! Thank you

Janarama said...

I love the Steampunk idea. I have my mother's old watch and would love to encase some of the parts and make it into a necklace or bracelet.

Vicky P said...

This would be really fun to do with my grand-daughters. Thanks for sharing.

terri h said...

Thanks for the chance to win! Love to make necklaces or keychains!

Cindy Dahlgren said...

I would like to make jewelry, maybe using fabric or scrapbooking paper. The video was really cool.

scottylover said...

I would use it to make charms for my step mom of all the grandkids.

Sandy A

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I'd love to sew fabric pouches as gifts and make photo zipper pulls for them with the kit. Thanks for the chance :)

Vickie said...

Can't wait to get crafty!

Shar said...

I would love to make something with all three of my children in it.

Beth said...

I love the linked photo ornaments shown. I'd like to make some family chains for our trees. Thanks for the giveaway, and for introducing me to this product.

Anonymous said...

I'd make charms with my granddaughters' pictures. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

donna said...

Thank you for the chance to win, what a great product, you did wonderful things with it!

jrwork said...

These little windows look like fun. I can think of several ways id like to try them. Thanks for the giveaway

Carin@Ullhärvan said...

Of course I would like to try this out!

Ruth said...

I am really interested in this and would love to win the starter kit. It looks interesting and I'm wanting to start making jewelry.

Brenda said...

Would be so much fun to design goodies to my own taste. Can see lots of playing and the beginning of yet another "must have" all the rest of the supplies!

Regina said...

What fun! I can't wait to get started!

Anonymous said...

I think I would make key rings or tree ornaments as gifts.

Judy1522 said...

This looks like a fun way to use small pieces of leftover fabrics that have design elements that you love.

Lyn said...

I would love to make something wearable (pins, most likely) with some of the fabrics that were my grandmother's.

Audrey said...

I can see so many possibilities with this Starter Kit. It would be a lot of fun. Thanks for offering a giveaway.

Jessibeth Vicenty said...

Oh i have seen this video before I love how easy it seems. I love the ornaments idea!

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

I've always wanted to try making resin jewelry. I just love the look.

Barbara winkler said...

This looks like soooo much fun, (just what I need, another form of crafts to try!)

Sunanda said...

I had a resin kit when I was a kid and loved. My mind boggles thinking of what I could make now!!!

lauraluvsloons said...

This product looks very useful for crafters. I like the idea of making jewelry out of scraps of fabric. I should work with small embroideries too.