Thursday, February 12, 2009

Creative Options Tote Giveaway - 6 of them!


I have SIX of the tote bags from CHA to give away! I was not there but the tote bags were. They are nice and new and ready for a new home. Sorry, the pict could be better but it was snapped early in the morning with my iPhone. It is light green color with a ton of circles on it. For a giveaway bag, it is VERY sturdy. It is very nice,thick canvas material that is not flimsy or not filmy. I always use these bags as my school totes. They always last through the school year. I use a new one every year just because I like a new bag (new year and all that).
So, this is what you have to do to get your chance at winning one of the SIX tote bags:
2. Look around and find something your really like on one of the pages.
3. Come back to this post and comment about it here.
4. Just give me your name, (email, if you want) and tell me the name of the product you like and why.
You have until Saturday. I will pick the winners on Sunday when I do the Art-A-Week Challenge stuff. Good luck and have fun!

28 comments:

Joanie Hoffman said...

I like the Jumbo Craft Notebook best. I haven't ever splurged and bought one (yet) but would like to. Then I could have sort of a mobile art room to grab & go.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Happy days,
Joanie

Carolyn G said...

love the LARGE CRAFTER'S BIN LIME. Those are so cool. THanks,

Michelle Johnson said...

All right, I went over and looked. I like all of the GRAB N' GO Systems. I have something similar to this but the pieces stack onto each other inside the case, so when I need something from the bottom I have to unload all the cases. The GRAB N' GO System looks like you wouldn't have to do that. So much easier.

Chris said...

Loved the portable ribbon organizer until I found the total tote blue suede bag. Just started quilting and it would be perfect to hold the "stuff" I take to the quilt classes.

Melissa Parker said...

I really like any of the shoulder bags. That craft project tote is nifty. What a great way to keep everything you need for a project together and it's easy to carry. Of course, that shoulder bag with 2 3750 utility boxes is great too.
Thanks!

Craftgirl said...

Love the Grab n Go 3by system. I think you could store and find anything very easily.
Kewl Giveaway
carol

Priscilla Schrock said...

I like those purple embellishment containers. I love purple and have lots of little stuff that would go in it.
Thanks.

Leslie Anderson said...

OK, so as usual I can't pick just one thing! I like the shoulder tote and the grab & go shoulder tote. I love the lime suede Total Tote. And the sewer's box looks pretty handy too!!

Denise said...

It was tough choosing the product I liked best, but I would agree the Grab 'n' Go systems look the friendliest. The parent company, Plano Molding, has a outlet store nearby, and I've purchased lots of their products. Hope some of these Creative Options products show up there soon!

Findings Art said...

I like the Craft Tray Box the best. It could hold all those little tubes of seed beads, floss and needles that seem to get away from me. Thanks
Donna Austin

jane eileen said...

What's not to love about all of these things? They are all amazing. I would love to have any of them, but the most surprising was the crafter's bin line. I could use one to keep my work space less cluttered or take it on the road for a class anywhere when space is at a premium. Thanks for sharing with us!

Jan Hoefler said...

I really love the Large Needle Arts Tote! In addition to stamping & paper arts, I'm a knitter. The idea of organizing the yarn thru the little holes so multi-skein projects don't tangle is a MUST HAVE! A generous size bag, all the pockets & storage, plus the great color....
I nnnnnnnnnneeeeeeeeeeed this bag!!!

Michele said...

Oooh, great stuff! I would love to have the SIX-COMP.ROUND ACCSRY ORG. I'm into charms lately (the metal kind, not the fabric), and right now have the all in one jar, but I can never see what I have!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Another generous giveaway, Belinda. You never cease to amaze me with your generosity.

I personally like the Bead and Embellishment Tower. 36 places for small charms, beads, etc., would be great for organizing my new craft space or to take with me.

Elizabeth in Wichita, KS

Patt B said...

The Swivel Stackable W6 Jars are to die for. Not only organization at your work station but looks like you could travel with them easily. When you travel to stamp or scrapbook you never want to leave anything behind 'just in case' you might need it.

Sharyn said...

I love the grap and go systems. I think they would be great for taking your projects somewhere and also for space saving.
Sharyn

jschenone said...

I especially like the Crafter's Box. I love the retro suitcase shape and the removable trays. Very cool.

grannydean said...

I really like the serger tote. I have been looking long and hard to find something to store my serger and have the accessories handy and be able to move it around easier. This looks like just the thing. I would then be able to transport it when I visit my daughters for a crafting session.
Nadine

Purrplekatt said...

I like everything here! My fav from this site is the Craft Project Tote. I've been looking for something portable for road trips. I am using an old make-up case that I've had for years right now.

Stacy

Carolyn Miller said...

I like the Swivel Stacker w/ 6 jars. Great for storing lots of tiny embellishments.

Carolyn Miller
tchs2nd@yahoo.com

texasbarb said...

I have totally fallen in love with an item with no name...yep...no name. I found it when I clicked the "related items" for the side by side tote.

The tote I'm lusting over is like a soft sided "ladies" tackle box with the little trays that open up when the bag is opened. I know that doesn't make any sense but I don't know how else to describe it.

Thanks Belinda for the post on Next Generation...I'd have never found this bag if it wasn't for you!!

postal orphan said...

Thank you for introducing me to these great products - the fabric patterns are just too cool! I checked out the website and I love the Bead and Embellishment towers, and the Craft Notebooks. I could really use storage like that.

Dotti said...

I bead on art quilts and various projects and I really like the swivel stacker. It's a great way to organize smaller quantities of beads and be able to see them at a glance. Hugs, Dotti

torre said...

I love several items, but the desktop stacker is the coolest!!!
Question is how many stacks could fill the dining room table(hahaha)!
Thanks for the give away! I love bags!
torrestreasures@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love the portable ribbon dispenser. I have a ton of ribbons and am always looking for a decent way to not only display them but to keep them all straight. They now just need to make a bigger one for all the extra wide rolls of ribbon!!

Katina
kjkoukla(at)hotmail(dot)com

AimeeInOhio said...

I really like the Crafter's Boxes...they are so darn cute and look like they hold a lot...hmmm I need a new system for my beading stuff!

Georgia said...

I like the craft room organization bins. I LOVE blues and greens so this would be perfect in my craft room.

Pam Tucker said...

I like the swivel stacker with 6 jars. I am forever trying to hunt down my little plastic envy's with different sized embellishments. How cool to have them all in one place in plain sight! Thanks,

Pam T.