Win It Wednesday – Mystery Box

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#Winitwednesday is a surprise this week! It’s our bi-annual Mystery Box (worth $80!) full of craft supplies, tools and goodies to add to your DIY arsenal. We’re giving you the chance to win one before they go on sale. Mark your calendars for Friday because these boxes sold out in a few hours last time. Enter now for your chance to win awesome DIY goodies!

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Alyssa is a designer, photographer and essentially the art department at Whimseybox. She loves making, no matter what the creative challenge is. Her current obsessions include (but are not limited to!) textural weaving, all things white or geometric, crystals and aerial silks. She blogs personal inspirations and Whimseybox behind-the-scenes at alyssarenee.co

201 Comments

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Christine

    I would be blissful to content myself with Refurbishing Furniture for the rest of my DIY Days.

    • Reply August 13, 2014

      Mindi

      I crochet prayer shawls for people all around the world. It’s so much fun and a great way to meet new friends and prayer partners. Crocheting is my escape and I love learning new patterns.

      • Reply August 13, 2014

        Sylvia

        Love your idea I like to create shell mirrors and frames

    • Reply August 13, 2014

      Heather

      That looks cool

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Julie

    I *love* paper. All things paper. I even had my own paper shop, before I realized I was making no money and wanted to have a baby, and something had to go. :) But if I could only do one kind of crafting for the rest of my life, it would be papercrafting.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Kellee

    I’d be happy spending the rest of my days weaving beautiful textiles :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Kylie

    Only one type crafting for the rest of my life?! Tough question, but if I had to choose, it would be knitting/crocheting. The possibilities are endless with a little yarn and a pair of needles. :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    purduetina

    one type of crafting: knitting! knit all the things!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Stephanie

    If I could do one type of crafting for the rest of my life it would definitely be knitting! I love yarn and gifting homemade knits for people I love :).

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Holly E

    I would pick scrapbooking

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Jessica

    One type of crafting? Only one?! :) Wearable crafts are a must. Transforming a t-shirt into a fun tank or adding embellishments to jazz up an existing piece are always fun. Love making an old piece feel brand new again!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Kalli

    Wow, this is harder to answer than I thought it would be! I would say creating jewelry, it’s been a constant for me for 20 years.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Shelby

    I would be happy to make beautiful things out of paper.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Stephanie

    If i could only do one craft for the rest of my life, it would be jewelry-making for sure.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Sam

    If i could only do one craft forever, it would be crochet.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Adrianne

    Hmmm tough call! Probably making jewelry though. It’s the bulk of what I do anyways :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Jacki

    Quilting!!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lynsey M

    One craft forever??/ Ah! I guess….. man this is hard! Painting.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Angela McKean

    i could crochet for the rest of my life and be a completely happy person… in a house where everything is covered in yarn!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Makenna

    I would choose to do embroidery for the rest of time :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Theresa @DearCreatives

    I would have to pick paper-crafting.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    heather

    WOULD LOVE THIS <3

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Terry Simons

    Keeping my fingers crossed! I currently remodeled my craft room, (BIG TIME!), and working to put things away in their new home. I can always find room for more!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Carol

    I’m not sure I could pick just one craft, that’s why I have so many different kinds. If I really have to pick just one, I guess I would pick jewelry design.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Adriane

    I don’t know how I would ever pick just one but right now I’m really into embroidery. Its so easy, inexpensive and ALWAYS comes out looking amazing.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Anastasia Allen

    That’s a tough question, I love many types of crafting. If I had to choose, maybe crochet.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Cassandra B.

    Tough question, but I guess I would stick with paper crafts.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Justine

    I would have to pick sewing as my one craft :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Karina Edwards

    Needlefelting its so versatile

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lila&Sirena

    I really really want to make some pretty things with this mystery box!!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Starlytte

    If I could only pick one, I would go with papercrafting, because it encompasses millions of projects, from a simple thank you card, all the way to a complete re-fab of kitchen cabinets!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lila&Sirena

    I would make statement necklaces forever!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Christine Yager

    Cross-stitch or knitting if I learned how :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Vanessa

    Quilting. Always another pattern to try or textiles to play with. I get more than a little giddy with new fabric in my hands.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    T

    Sewing…I love all things sewing!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Alicia

    I would choose knitting. I love the feel and versatility of yarn and it is a hobby that I can bring with me anywhere I go.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Marcy

    Leatherworking would be ideal, it is a new passion and I am loving the versatility the craft offers in technique and final product. :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Christine H.

    If I could only do one craft for the rest of my life it would be jewelry making. I love wearing pieces of art.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Kayley

    sewing is my favoritest

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Dana Langa

    Scrapbooking for sure! I love working with all types of mediums, and scrapbooking allows me to do that. thanks so much for the chance to win!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lisa

    Scrapbooking! All your memories in an easy to look through album to take you down memory lane :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Julia

    Sewing!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Imelda

    It would be greeting card arts :) It makes other people happy, and of course it’s very rewarding as well!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Jordan

    I would have to pick scrapbooking!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Bethany

    I have to pick ONE?!?!?! I think maybe sewing….but I do love paper crafting and doodling…. It’s too difficult to pick just one!!!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Audra Hamlin

    I love DIY of any kind!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Shandra

    I would probably have to pick sewing as my one craft to do for the rest of my life. I have so many planned projects that I never get to it may take me the rest of my life to finish all of them!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Amanda

    Would benefit from this a great deal. Would absolutely love to be able to craft with the Mystery Box goodies.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Pat

    Only one? Knitting would have to be my favorite but I like being more than a one trick pony.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Susan LaCroix

    Definitely making jewelry! I spent most of my life trying to find a craft that suited me and this is it. I love to design & create beautiful jewelry for family, friends and the public. :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Carina

    If I had to pick one type of crafting for my entire life, it would probably have to be jewelry making. There are endless possibilities with using only a few different tools and supplies.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    marsha

    If I had to choose ONE craft it would be papercrafting! Love the color, feel and smell!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Suzy

    I love my hot glue gun, I make so many things using it, like hair accessories, jewelry and the list is pretty much endless, you can even get sparkle glue sticks and use the actual glue as decoration! It is so versatile

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lisa

    Hmm … I’m going to assume this magically includes mastery of the craft one must choose, so, I choose sewing — which I wish I could master!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Emilie

    I would have to say knitting, because it really blisses me out when I need a break from stress every once in a while. Bonus: I get to wear the cool stuff I make!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lisa

    I’d be perfectly content making jewelry for the rest of my days. Go Bling ^^v

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Ayana

    If I had to choose one it would be paper crafting. I’m getting into making cards and assorted items.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Denise Kerfoot

    I will say sewing. I’ve been sewing since I was 10 years old, love it!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Nikki

    I would Cross Stitch!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Patricia

    One type of crafting… That’s so hard! Hmmm… I guess collage/decoupage. But I love so much crafting!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Rachelle

    Cross-stitching or maybe creating terrariums!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Erin

    If I could only do one type of crafting? I would have said jewelry up until this past year, but now I’m really into creating my own shampoos, face washes, etc!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Elizabeth F

    I’d do acrylic painting – I’m hooked!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    lilian

    Making bracelets!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Kylee

    If I could do one craft for the rest of my life, it would be decoupage!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Carol Mais

    I would have to pick colored pencil. Although that is one of the most difficult questions ever to answer.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Krystal W

    Painting is my must have craft! (of course, I would be dreaming of all the others I love!)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Beth C.

    Soap making, at the moment ;)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Megan

    If I could only do one craft for the rest of my life, I would choose jewelry making. I just find there are endless designs.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    krystal

    sewing all the way, but cookie decoration and paper crafting come in as a close second and third!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Amanda W

    If I could only do one craft for the rest of my life, I would choose working with clay. It’s just a beautiful medium to work with and has so many options and real world applications. It’s incredible.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Melanie

    If I had to chose one craft for the rest of my life it would be jewelry making for sure!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Krystal

    Sewing!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lindsey

    Oooh. This is tough.
    Cooking, I love to cook. But I think creating terrarium and fairy gardens would have to be my one craft that I would pick (for now!).

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Ashley

    If I had to choose one type of crafting to do for the rest of my life, I would content myself with cross-stitching :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Cassandra

    I would pick recycled crafting, because its challenging, you always get to work with different types of materials, and it’s good for the environment!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Emilie

    I love whimsey box so much!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Hannah

    I think I would pick sewing….You can do so much with it!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    An

    I would have to say some type of paper craft since that leaves a lot of leeway for different types, such as watercolor painting or paper quilling or calligraphy. ;)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    jn

    i don’t know if i could pick just one thing! right now i’m working with cement.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Andrea

    Anything with paper products… Journals, stationary or art for the walls…

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Amanda

    I would pick scrapbooking!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Leah Salzyn

    I would do print making! I love creating prints. Even though a print is the same design, each design turns out different depending on how much ink you use. Plus, I love being able to share my designs with others.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Stephanie

    If I had to pick one type of crafting, I would pick crochet! I love it!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Michelle

    That’s a tough question! I guess it would be knitting. I would miss it a lot if I weren’t able to do it anymore.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Audrey

    Sewing! Which includes quilting, of course.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Hannah

    I would pick sewing.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Clare

    I would choose sewing!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Ashley Smith

    I am not sure that’s a hard one but I guess I would have to pick paper crafts cause their is just so much you can do with just a piece of paper

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Mari of crab+fish

    Calligraphy! Or watercolors.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Jackie P

    Tough question but I’m a crochet girl at heart! Hooked forever :)

  • Definitely things with paper. Cutting/manipulating/folding it.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Rachel B

    Hoping to win. I love you Whimseybox!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Denise

    This is a tough decision between two things I love but…making jewelry it would be.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Heahter

    I would say papercrafting (love all things scrapbooking, washi, and stationery).

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Chrstine Kiehl

    If I could only choose ONE crafting project for the rest of my life it would have to be scrapbooking memories for my loved ones to enjoy after I had passed. Thank you for the chance to WIN!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Aimee

    I would hate to just do one crafting, but I do love paper crafts (inking, coloring, painting, stamping)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Amie

    Pick just one?! I hope it never does come to that since I like so many things lol. But if I had to absolutely choose it would be counted cross stitch. Does an endless free supply of projects and materials come with this final decision, otherwise I protest!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Juniper

    Anything with paper, paint, and ink!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Kristyn

    If I had to pick one type of crafting to do the rest of my life with would be laser cutting. It is something I have always wanted to add to my list of skills and I have been saving up to purchase a laser cutting machine. There is so much you can do with even the smallest hobby machine. Cutting, engraving, etching. And so many materials to choose from.

    • Reply August 13, 2014

      Alyssa Wible

      I love laser cutting! Always wanted to have a machine too, laser cut EVERYTHING!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Kerleisha

    Picking only one craft sounds like a punishment, haha. If we’re speaking strictly craft, then sewing (I’m a beginner, so if it were me and my sewing machine the rest of my life, I’d like to think I’d get pretty good at it, haha). If we’re speaking arts & crafts, then hand lettering. I’m a novice in that as well, but think of all the practice I’d have if it were the only thing I could do, haha)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Julia D.

    I love all types of DIY, with paper crafting and basket weaving the latest interest. It is always a “Mystery” to see what type DIY strikes me at the moment. Thanks for the opportunity for more.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Natasha

    If there was one craft, it would be jewelry making.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Pat Upton

    I believe papercrafting though it is truly more like learning tdchniques–all kinds!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Megann

    I would probably choose jewelry making, since there are many different forms and has potential for income, as well.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Carrie

    PAPER!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Dana

    It’s hard for me to pick only one so I guess I’d have to go with papercrafting. It’s so much fun and there are so many different things I can do with it. I do love my sewing, machine embroidery and general crafting, too but papercrafting wins if I have to choose only one.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Helen Whaley

    One craft only? Making greetings cards – that way I get to use paper, paint, stamps, inks, sewing (a little), punches, jewels, ribbon and lace. A little of everything!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Karina

    One craft ?!?! Scrapbooking, it would be! It’s hard for me to pick just one though.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Emily

    If I had to choose just one craft to do forever it would probably be paper crafting! I LOVE making ornaments and origami!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lindsay Gustafson

    Would love to win a mystery box, yeah!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Sandra

    If I had to do one type of crafting for the rest of my life I would probably have to go with knitting.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Cass

    I sometimes wish that I only liked one craft, but I always have too many projects going. I knit, sew, bead, have started to learn about leather crafts, and love gardening. I wish there was more time.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Katherine

    That’s a really hard question!! There are still so many I want to learn…

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Mariah Ozuna

    beadwork!!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Mariah Ozuna

    beadwork!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Mary V

    I like sewing Thanks for the chance!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    RaCh

    I think I would have to pick sewing because at least that way I’d have a very versatile single skill. That would be like cutting off both legs and one arm though, I’d feel completely craftily-crippled

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Janet Cobb

    It’s a close tie between card-making and crochet but….I have to say crochet.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Pat Schwab

    Jewelry because you can work with so many mediums.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Mia

    If I had to pick just one, it would have to be crochet!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    sarah

    Hmm, probably I’d pick crochet. I sometimes quit and do other things, but always seem to come back to it…..

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    maria

    papercrafting! i love making homemade cards and garlands and collages. but i do enjoy making jewelry and sewing and painting. TOO MANY CRAFTS, NOT ENOUGH TIME!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    g

    Papercrafts for sure!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lindsy Carranza

    Refashioning clothes!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Corinne M.

    Needle felting! I <3 making "furry" little creatures.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    cindyzs

    wow a very hard question and not fair, lol!! i would choose paper crafts; as long as it included card ,making, a;bums/journals, boxes, bags, 3d sculpting, weaving……i would try to use it in place of everything else :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Mary

    whismeybox has the funnest things.

    • Reply August 13, 2014

      Mary

      The one crafty thing I cannot live without is needlework. so calming.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Jessica Fisk

    Sewing

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Luisa Pinho

    One craft for the rest of my life… Just one???
    I have to say CROCHET… anything is possible…

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Sarah

    I love Whimsybox and free stuff! Perfect combo!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Meghan

    Either making jewelry or sewing. Don’t make me choose :-P

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Sarah

    One craft for the rest of my life…very tricky. Maybe cross stitch, but I have MANY runner ups!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Shari

    I would pick crochet.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    karen hunter

    making home decor with the junk in my garage

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Elisabeth Watson

    Oh, I love surprises. I really hope I win :)

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Lisa M

    Such a super, super hard questions! Especially since I am into so many different things! If I had to pick just one, then it would be jewelry making!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Clare W.

    Hard to choose just one, so how about mixed-media art, a little bit of everything. I COULD LIVE WITH THAT!!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Tracy

    Knitting, for sure! I have enough patterns on my to do list to keep me busy for a lifetime!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Megan

    Ugh. One type of crafting. Not fair, too hard! I think I’d go with needle felting.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Melanie

    I would pick clayworking

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Gwen Clark

    Definitely making jewelry!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Samantha

    Sewing!!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Katie

    If I had to pick one, I’d pick home crafts. Not really a specific type, but I love making functional items for my home that don’t look like they’ve been DIYed.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Jessicac

    Knitting!!!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Rebecca

    This is a hard question! I would say DIY decor type things or something. Geez I don’t know it’s too hard to pick!

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Katie Messer

    I love paper projects, folding and cutting and making them into something interesting and amazing.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Natasha

    I would enjoy fixing up old furniture.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Faith

    I love all the goodies on your site.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Faith

    Hit enter too soon! Just one craft I would stick with paper arts. Colored pencil, crisp black pens, stamps. Love it all.

  • Reply August 13, 2014

    Patti Barnes

    I think it would be jewelry making, no wait, painting, no scrap that it would be crafting with the kids – can I keep the kids little forever?

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Kayre

    I would be thrilled to make scrapbooks forever!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Andrea

    I think I would be content to do glass blowing. Although, that is a tough question because I love all crafts.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Maxwell

    I love woodworking, so I believe that would be my choice!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Nana

    It’s too hard to pick only one, but I guess it’d be knitting!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Dee

    It would be a really hard choice but I think making jewelry would be the craft I would choose because it is so varied.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Beth Ardent

    If I had to pick, I think it would be sewing. I can make things for others & myself!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Lindsay Jenkins

    i would always pick cake decorating

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Laura Puckett

    I would choose sewing as it includes so many options, but I would miss knitting and crocheting.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Tracy Heyer

    I would pick the crafting!! Love to make crafts.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Apryl Y

    Needle Craft!! Sewing… Embroidery… Crocheting… Knitting….

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Vanessa

    Sewing, for sure! It lends to so many creative projects.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    lesley

    if you were to ask me today, crocheting. but if you ask me next week, may be another answer!

    • Reply August 15, 2014

      Felicia @ All Things Fee

      Such a hard question for a crafter! Currently I’m really into my knitting, it’s portable I can do it when the kids are playing in the room in front of me, and the pattern choices are endless!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Sabiha H

    One craft forever? waah that’s a hard one, hmm.. I gotta say watercolor is definitely the one closest to my heart that I can do forever !

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Amber Schilling

    It’s hard to pick just one, but I’d have to go with embroidery, especially cross stitch. The oldfashioned-ness of if soothes my soul :)

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Liz D

    I just love it

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Stacia

    I would want to work with paper. Particularly paper flowers, but I adore all paper crafts.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Noreen Tibor

    The first hobby I learned was embroidery. And it still is my fall back craft
    I love doing all.sorts and am always looking for something new to.do

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Jenn S

    painting wood dolls!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Melissa

    I would choose jewelry. There are so many different things that can be made into jewelry that I’d still be able to use different mediums!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Jane

    I would love to paint forever. But I would still enjoy trying new things.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    MaryJane Mitchell

    If I could only pick one craft it would have to be sewing and designing products. So versatile and so many things to create.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Rachel

    Oh this is so hard!! I get into everything that interests me! New crafty skills are my jam! I would say maybe paper crafts.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Dawn V.

    Tough one. As much as I love to knit, I couldn’t give up my mixed media creations.

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Jote

    If I had to pick one type of crafting for the rest of my life, it would e papercrafting

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Mariko

    I love the idea of a mystery DIY box!! Hope I win so that I can see just what’s in it! ;)

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    Tarah

    If I could only do one kind of crafting for the rest of my life… I would probably choose creating little clay figurines!

  • Reply August 14, 2014

    val

    i’d block print stuff forever. tees, totes, you name it.

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    geraldine

    To pick only ONE craft to do the rest of my life? There are still so many craft skills I want to learn, like silk screening and sewing! However, I have always loved taking photos then turning them into some kind of fun project!

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    Jen K

    Needlework! I love stitching.

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    Lara

    To choose only one type of craft for the rest of my life may be close to purgatory…but I guess if I HAD to choose, perhaps sewing; it’s still versatile enough that it wouldn’t get redundant after a while.

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    Melissa

    I just recently took up weaving and really enjoy it. I think I could handle doing that for the rest of my life.

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    Michael

    I’d love this. Whimseybox is my life.

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    Cassandra

    I love working on a loom, so I would pick that!

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    Julianne

    If I had to pick 1 type of crafting I would pick… Its a tough question, I like it all! Probably DIY things

  • Reply August 15, 2014

    Faith

    Does sewing count as crafting? If I could only sew, maybe I’d finally improve at it :)

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  • Reply August 17, 2014

    Amy Z.

    I’d pick knitting!

  • Reply August 17, 2014

    Lindsey Kidd

    I would pick painting. I love to paint about anything I can get my hands on!

  • Reply August 18, 2014

    Rachel Schultz

    probably cross stitching or some type of painting with my children

  • Reply August 19, 2014

    Ashley (PiqueintheBox)

    Ceramics!

  • Reply August 19, 2014

    Linda Cartwright

    quilting.

  • Don’t make me choose! I suppose anything dealing with scented oil. I’ve been working with a lot of it lately.

  • Reply August 19, 2014

    Sondra

    I would probably crochet. My mom taught me how to crochet when I was in High School and it’s really relaxing. There’s nothing better than unwinding after a long day with a glass of wine, Netflix and a crochet project! Thankfully, all my friends and cousins seem to be reproducing so all the hats and booties go to good homes.

  • Reply August 19, 2014

    Sarah

    if i had to pick one craft for the rest of my life it would have to be dream catcher making. so peaceful and fun! the possibilities are endless <3

  • Reply August 19, 2014

    Victoria

    diy fashion for life!

  • Reply August 27, 2014

    Roxie Weaver

    That’s tough because I would be content with two – sewing and doing pottery. But if I had to pick one just because it is easier to cart around and doesn’t require as much special materials – it would have to be sewing.

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