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Jean Marmo

Wow--- what a trip. Such lovely photos. I would love to be able to visit companies like this. Thanks for the chance to win.

Denise Coulter

What an incredible trip! So many beautiful companies and places to visit :) Such a lucky girl! Thank you for sharing so many pictures with us.

Chris Cross

So jealous!! Sounds like an amazing trip. I am in love with dies these days. Can't wait to see what new ones may be coming out in 2016.


Thanks for sharing your awesome tours. Your pictures and descriptions are so interesting. Hard to pick one crafting item that I couldn't live without! I guess I would have to say my BigShot as I use it for just about everything I create.


Thanks for sharing these pics! ;-)


I am so impressed you can see so much good stuff and not buy everything in sight! I am glad you had fun and thanks for sharing it with us.

Sandy Carveth

Thanks for sharing this amazing trip!
I wouldn't want to be without paper! Love, love scrap booking!


I also just visited Salt Lake City. Loved Temple Square and all the lovely people we met. Unfortunately I didn't get to see all the great companies that are located in Salt Lake. I envy you. Your pictures were great--especially the night pic. Glad I could share your trip with you as you filled in a lot of missing places.

Amy Cooley

Your trip looks amaazing! I can't live without my Big Shot machine and the Mini Minc is on my wish list!

Pam Sohan

Such fun ! I love enamel dots and wood veneer. Perfect for adding that little extra touch to a layout or card.


Such a great tour for day 2! Paper is always my go to when it comes to scrapping and crafting!

Marjorie Pinne

Loved reading about your trip and all your visits to these great companies that I have bought product from for so many years to make my scrapbooking and card making so much fun. So hard to choose what I can't live without but I guess it would have to be my Cricut. I use it for so many things.

Helen Van Daalen

I really like using my cuttlebug and all my embossing folders and framelits.

Sandy Ross

WOW....you are so lucky to visit those amazing companies! I can't get enough of the new Bo Bunny Christmas lines....love the colours!


What a fabulous travelogue! Now that is a career that I would love. And that's something coming from a retiree up to her neck in papercrafting. Currently I am obsessed with stamps & dies - so useful for card making & scrapbooking. In fact I am still picking glitter bits off my face & my Big Shot after a day making Christmas cards!

Mary Holshouser

I pretty much get whatever I want when I see it.
I can't think of anything that I couldn't live without at the moment.
I'd love to win the surprise. Surprises are always great.
Congratulations on your anniversary.

Janice B

Wow, Utah must be the creative capital of America. What a great trip. As to the one thing I can't live without, I would say stickers. I need to have lots around for my granddaughter to create with. I can never seem to have enough.


Wow! You got to see so many great companies up close and personal! So jealous! Thanks for sharing all the pics.

barbara macaskill

What a marvelous trip this must have been!! I can only imagine being able to walk through these fabulous companies spaces and meeting all of the amazing people!! A trip of a lifetime for sure!! Thank you for sharing this grand adventure and behind the scenes look at all of these wonderful places!!@!
Maggie is quite a little darling! She is going to be a heartbreaker!
I would feel truly blessed if I was the winner of one of these magnificent boxes of awesomeness! Thank you for the chance to dream if only for a little while!

Diane W

What a whirl wind tour you had - packing so much in those few days. I can't seem to get enough dies these days. My die cutter is always on the table ready for a workout. Thanks for sharing your trip with us.

Helen Gullett

You did have amazing visits with amazing companies in Utah! I love seeing you Jill from CTMH & can't wait to find out the good things are going to happen in 2016!


Cheese cake AND Moron Tabernacle Choir all in the same week?! Now that's a trip to remember!
As for what product I can't live without,... Paper, printed paper, plain card stock paper. The possibilities are endless when you have paper.

michelle t

That was a fantasy trip ! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome experiences and photos. I love all sorts of embellishments and stamps, but in the end, I'm a paper girl. Love my paper. Thanks for a chance to win. Michelle t

Maureen W.

I am so in love with my ScanNCut 2 - no more buying expensive coordinating dies and it can cut right up to the lines or leave a little shadow. LOVE it!!


I love paper. I admit I have an addiction. However, I am fascinated by the foil that is out now, and I have been slowly (collecting) and playing with it. Love it all!

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