Friday, January 9, 2015

BACK IN STOCK - Close to My Heart Rolling Totes

The rolling tote and bag from Close to My Heart are back in stock!

There are limited quantities so you want to order quickly!

 The rolling tote itself is designed perfectly to hold the Close to My Heart plastic organizers - take a look below:

Even better, you can create a variety of combinations of organizers to put in the tote - one large, one medium and 3 small, or 1 large, two medium, 1 small, etc. Whatever is best for you.

The large organizers are perfect for stamp sets and hold up to 40 of them. They are also great for embossing folders and metal dies - see THIS POST for more info about that.

Shop for the large Close to My Heart rolling tote HERE!
The matching Close to My Heart shoulder bag is perfect for those miscellaneous items you need at a crop - additional 12x12 papers and projects, idea books, works in progress, etc.

Shop for the large Close to My Heart shoulder bag HERE!

Check out the video below to see more about the rolling tote and bag (click HERE if you can't see the video):



When you spend $50+, you can pick up the

January stamp of the month, shown above, for just $5!

You can order on my shopping site HERE.

New Giveaway:
New Rare Close to My Heart Stamp Giveaway!

How can you win?
1) Leave a comment below - Do you go to crops? This might be a good way to store your items even without going to a crop...
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Winner will be announced on January 12, 2015 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.

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32 comments:

  1. I have not been to a crop. The totes look like they hold quite a lot.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. I do not go to crops.....but before I had lots of shelves and storage cabinets in my craft room I used a roll around to keep my things and it worked great so I would suggest this for someone who just is looking for an organized way to keep all of their crafting suplies. Thanks for sharing. YOU so ROCK!!

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  3. I frequently go to crops and this would be a great way to haul everything there and back. I love this stamp set and it will go perfectly with my other hexagon set.

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  4. I have only been to one crop.

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  5. I don't go to crops but this looks good for storage.

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  6. There are no places near here to go to crops. So do most of my
    scrapbooking and card making at home. That would make great storage.

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  7. Yes, I've been to a crop many times!!:)

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  8. Yes I love crops at least once a month.

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  9. I have never gone to a crop, but would love to try it.

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  10. I have never been to a crop, but there is a family owned scrapbook store that has overnight crops all the time and I have considered going. Maybe someday!!

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  11. I have never been to a crop before!

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  12. I don't go to crops because I like having everything in my space so I can just reach for it. I'm not a very good planner and just make things in the direction of a whim. It seems like that tote would carry a boatload of things however. But then I'd still have to plan.....lol

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  13. I do go to crops, all the time. Having something like this would definitely make transport easier. I wonder if the rolling container would travel well on an airline? I'm taking a trip and this might work well to transport my supplies. Anyone know of anyone who has checked this bag on an airline?
    Jackie.krause@gmail.com

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  14. I live in a major US city (Washington, DC) but have no idea how to find them. I would love to go to a crop

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  15. I would like to go to crops. I guess I just don't know that many crafty people where I live :(

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  16. I've only been to two crops... mostly because I don't know a lot of crafty people nearby. But I admit it's also because I'm so easily distracted and I don't get out much so when I do I'm too busy looking around to see what other people are doing to finish anything I brought lol. That said I do go to my spinning guild every month, but I can spin and walk and talk at the same time so it's a different sort of crafty thing : D.

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  17. Funny you should be posting/asking this question right now.. lol.. I just held one.. (Our group meets at the local Library, 3 months on, 1 month off.. 3 of us "host" it and it was my turn yesterday... it was a small group cause it was a hard week of freezing weathers/~11*'s temps.. and 2 different "snow~storms" so it was a longgggg week for us here in WNY..) But we had a blast... yakked alot..ate alot... and ohhhhh yeah.... crafted alot... ;) wink~wink...
    But anyways... I was going to say.. this tote is awesome and many of the gals (who scrap) would LOVE this rolling tote.. but it also would be perfect for ANY CRAFTER (our group is very diversified with crafts, between jewelry making, florals, sewing, painting, card makers and scrapbookers'..) and I'll tell you... ANY ONE OF OUR CRAFTERS' could use this with out a bump in the road... would hold lots' of my "jewelry components", floral pieces I need for bouquets, sewing goodies, painting supplies, yarns.. even the Town Historian in our group could use this for her supplies of paper on info/history stuff..... ohhhhhhhhhhh myyyyyyyyyyy... the possibilities are endless... Thanks for the give~away... L.r. Smith from facebook!!!

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  18. I went to two crops this weekend! One was Friday night and one yesterday through last night. Both were at two different churches. This rolling tote would be very helpful transporting and storing scrapbooking things to crops and for just storage. Thanks for the Giveaway! Hope you are keeping warm!
    K. Christen katykaten@hotmail.com

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  20. Love going to crops, but no one ever sets one up...

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  22. Don't know if I'm in the right area, was actually looking forward to seeing some chicken casserole recipes! Anyway, the new rolling tote is AWESOME!! And I love, love, love the father stamps. Thank you Joy for all your inspiration and chances to win great stuff. Marsha from NY

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  23. I have been to a few
    crops, but mostly do
    my crafting at home.
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