Dremel Tools Giveaway

If you’ve been following my blog for any time now, you know I love a good giveaway. Not only do I enjoy hosting exciting giveaways here on JSIM, I actually enter them from time to time. Recently, I entered one of my projects in the DremelWeekends sweepstakes. A technique I show using my little Dremel Stylus to craft a tool to create postage stamp perforations. And, to my delight, my entry won a Dremel Ultimate Tool Prize Pack! How awesome is that?!!

The prize included:

Dremel Rotary Tool KitJSIM-Dremel-09 JSIM-Dremel-08Dremel Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit JSIM-Dremel-11


Dremel Saw-Max Tool Kit JSIM-Dremel-12


Dremel Trio Tool KitJSIM-Dremel-14 JSIM-Dremel-15

The day I opened my prize package I had a project ready to go. It’s so great to be able to do small projects myself rather than add to Mr. Wonderful’s already-full honey-do list, so I tackled this one myself with one of my new tools, the Dremel Saw-Max. The problem I had was that there was a big, ugly circuit breaker box framed on the wall of my freshly painted barn and it was protruding out the wall that I’d planned to put my bookcase against.JSIM-Dremel-01

I placed the bookcase in position up against the circuit box and reached back with a pencil and marked around it. (I’m not sure what the wording WEB PAGE D on the back of the bookshelf is all about, it came that way from the cabinetmaker.)JSIM-Dremel-02

I used the Saw-Max to cut along the lines.JSIM-Dremel-03 This is one powerful tool.JSIM-Dremel-04 I learned later from Jake, our barn studio carpenter, that the Multi-Max Oscillating Tool would have been a bit better for this particular project. I’ve got some learnin’ to do with all these new tools! But the section was cut, and the bookcase fit perfectly in place.JSIM-Dremel-05JSIM-Dremel-06

I covered the box with a stack of books and my husband was super proud of my accomplishment. And this, my friends, is only the beginning of the fun stuff to come using my winnings to craft and make and fix!JSIM-Dremel-07

The Dremel Giveaway

Part of my exciting winnings is the opportunity to share the fun. Dremel is giving these two kits to one lucky JSIM reader! Click on links to learn more about each.

Dremel Rotary Tool KitJSIM-Dremel-09

Dremel Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit


Just imagine all the crafty and DIY projects you could do with these!

TO ENTER: Leave a nice, relevant comment below. Entry open to US residents only. ENTRY DEADLINE is Saturday, February 23, 2013 at noon, Pacific Time.The winner will be randomly chosen, notified and announced here shortly thereafter.

I’d love to know what you’d make, fix or craft with Dremel tools!


#78 Gretchen McDowell

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  1. #1 - Jane S. says:

    Ahhh, Dremel! I don’t have one myself, but my husband does and sometimes he even lets me use it. I’ve borrowed it for sanding paint out of tricky and small areas. I sure wouldn’t mind having one of my own. 🙂 Thank you for the nice giveaway.

  2. #2 - RaMona Woolson says:

    What an awesome bookcase! Dremel is such a useful tool, I hope I can win this set. I would use it all the time. The list of projects is growing in my head as I type…

  3. #3 - Mary Corbet says:

    Ahhhh – I’m using a Dremel right now to embroider on whole egg shells. On my blog this morning, one of my readers commented “Everyone should have a Dremel!” – and I have to say, I agree!

  4. #4 - Noreen says:

    I have some wood projects I really need to do, and those Dremel tools would sure be helpful! Thanks for the chance to win them! I really enjoy your posts, and always appreciate the things you offer for download.

  5. #5 - Dion says:

    A Dremel has been on my wish list for a long time!

  6. Well this is the coolest giveaway! I walk by the Dremels at HD every time I am over there. I love your bookshelf and creativity! genious!
    I would love to do more projects without my affectionately called, “first husband.” Started as a joke after he put his foot in his mouth and it just stuck (the nickname not the foot). laura

  7. #7 - Margaret says:

    Inherited my parent’s 1955 home, and it needs updating from the ground up. I am a DIY woman, and a dremel tool kit would sure be a fantastic addition!!!!

  8. #8 - michelle duchene says:

    This is such an awesome giveaway! I have always wanted to try one, as my husband feels I cannot use His power tools, doesn’t mean I cannot have my own! LOL! This looks like it would be able to achieve remarkable results for a smaller tool! I do hope to win this as I already have several projects lined up just for the dremel!

  9. #9 - Sarah L says:

    I would LOOOOOVE a dremel. I will soon be moving to a new apt and have an idea for some cheap dressers to make them fancier. Plus, it would be a huge help in building cases for the components for my personal project of building an environmental control unit for quadreplegics to control some basic aspects of their environment.

  10. #10 - Sally Martinez says:

    Wow, I hear you can do so much with a dremel. Want it!

  11. #11 - Trish says:

    I have an older model Dremel Rotary Tool Kit that my late husband bought me 25 years ago or better. I use it for everything.I do all manor of crafts. Saved him from having to stop what he had going to cut or sand something for me. Probably why he bought it…lol.
    Would love to have a new Dremel, to see what kinds of improvements there have been over the last few decades.
    Trish Mertell

  12. #12 - Dawn Edmonson says:

    Oh my goodness Cathe, I am a FREAK for Dremel and wonderful tools!!! I would so love to be included in this giveaway….love what you did with the bookcase too! I hope you are doing so good sweet friend, xxoo, Dawn

  13. #13 - Sandi Allen says:

    Love your bookcase.
    I would Love the chance to win me a Dremel tool.
    I have a few wood projects I would like to do and I don’t like borrowing the Mr.’s tools.

  14. #14 - Laura L. says:

    Wow! Great project & what a handy little tool!Thanks for a chance to win one!

  15. #15 - Julie snodgrass says:

    I love these tools! So much you can do with them! Crafts, Remodeling,
    Gourds!!! yeah!

  16. #16 - Linda Vinson says:

    What a great sweep for you to win! Great use of the tool – even if the Multi-max would have been better. Looks like you did just fine.
    Congratulations!! I’d love to be able to share in your joy! *grin*

  17. #17 - e evans says:

    I neeeeed one no end to the possibilities 🙂

  18. #18 - Margaret Haveman says:

    A Dremmel! I want to make signs, like with our house number on it. Probably also do some sanding.

  19. #19 - Jawan says:

    Oh, my husband needs this….a belated Valentine present. That will get me back on his “good” list.

  20. #20 - jenn b says:

    oh, man. the things i could do with a dremel! i have a super old one that was passed on to me, the tools are all lost. it’s so sad. i could get so many craft things done – and done correctly!

  21. #21 - Katy Halligan says:

    I am away from my family taking care of my elderly parents. I try and create in my free time. All of my regular go to tools are at home. So it would be great fun to play with something new! The creative process helps me stay centered! Thanks for all that you share with us! Katy

  22. #22 - Heather says:

    I’ve wanted a Dremel for a long time! I’d love to have a tool to build and customize things. I live in a small apartment so the Dremel is especially appealing.

  23. #23 - Peg says:

    Oh, I’ve wanted a Dremel for so long! I sometimes cruise by and look at them when I’m at Home Depot buying furnace/AC filters. I’d love to polish and sand and cut and more!!!

  24. #24 - Elizabeth Bee says:

    Oooh – a Dremel tool is tops on my wish-list. I’ve been wanting to more recycled crafts which would require cutting, drilling, and more. (Bookshelves are the best way to decorate a house — well done!)

  25. #25 - trish says:

    I’ve been meaning to borrow a Dremel from our local tool lending library because I want to cut some notches in a wooden hanger so I can hang my and my husband’s baseball hats. I’d love to win this!

  26. #26 - amy evans says:

    Hi Cathe,

    I love your blog♥ I would love to win the dremel tool because I am always crafting and feel like I would use it constantly! One project thay comes to mind is some vintage metal lawn furniture that I want to refinish this spring. This tool would be the prefect thing to breath some life back into it. Thanks for your giveaway and all the great contenet you provide! Amy

  27. #27 - Anne Alagna says:

    Oh!!! I love Dremel! I have a rotary tool and the saw max. I would love the trio and the oscillating saw. I love tools that aren’t too big and heavy that I can use myself! (not that I wont use my hubby’s big tools, just that they make my hands hurt after a time.)

  28. #28 - Mary says:

    A Dremel kit sure would tackel all my big craft projects! Thank you for the giveaway!

  29. #29 - Kate C. says:

    Would love to have a Dremel. So many uses, so little time!

  30. #30 - laura says:

    Oh the damage I could do with this little gem. The possibilities are endless. Would love this.

  31. #31 - thewatergirl says:

    I drool over Dremels at the Home Depot! My husband has to drag me away 🙂

  32. #32 - Dorothy says:

    Good job! Is there anything you can’t do?! I am biting at the bit to see your completed craft space. I wouldn’t mind adding a Dremel to my arsenal of craft tools, it would be so handy-dandy.

  33. #33 - Mary Jean Skow says:

    ….I’d probably fix everything AND the kitchen sink with these goodies!! Forget roses or chocolates….. I’d LOVE this for a Valentines gift for ME!!!! Oh and how green with envy the rest of my crew will be! Yes, and I WILL HIDE it from the rest of my family!!! yes, I’m selfish….. hehehe

  34. #34 - Tina says:

    Dremel……you are so dreamy.

    Do you want to come live at my house? You do? Great!!

    I’ll be waiting to welcome you home 🙂

  35. #35 - Cair says:

    I don’t have any tools like a dremmel, so the jobs that need it just go undone. It would be really cool to win this.

    Single home owner mom

  36. #36 - etta says:

    love dremel, so versatile! I could sure use one;)

  37. #37 - Barb says:

    Oohhh, big girl tools!! I have so many projects I could use this on ….

  38. #38 - Heidi Anderson-Ferdinand says:

    As an avid DIYer and crafter this would be a dream!

  39. #39 - maggie raguse says:

    way to go, Cathe! You did a great job with the bookcase. My older small Dremel has been invaluable for lots of my projects. So versatile,with all the different heads. It really helped when I was refurbishing some old wooden chairs, sanding around closely-placed rungs. I would LOVE to win the deluxe tool kits!!! Thanks for the opportunity 🙂

  40. #40 - mary ruth foust says:

    I really need this tool. It looks great. My Birthday is Feb 21 sure would be a great Birthday present.

  41. #41 - Jane Carney says:

    My inner handywomen is just waiting to come out. What a great way to make it happen.

  42. #42 - Ron says:

    The only tools I own are man-powered! I need me some of these! 🙂


  43. #43 - Sophie Smith says:

    I would love to win these tools so I can make a little mud room in my house!

  44. #44 - ratty says:

    oooh, DREMEL! it’s been on my Amazon Wishlist FOREVER 🙂
    BTW, did they post your winning entry anywhere? sounds interesting…

  45. #45 - Tammy Closson says:

    wow, what wouldn’t I do with this tool, basically it would allow me to be braveenough to tackle small wood working projects

  46. #46 - Nancy Duquette says:

    I am so fasinated by the Dremel every time I see one, I am a DIY gal and I know this would make my life so much easier & make me look like a Pro 🙂

  47. #47 - Laura says:

    Oh wow I have been thinking about completely redoing my jewelry display for my craft booth and these tools look like the perfect things to help me do it!

  48. #48 - Renee says:

    I have an older model of dremel (miuch older. LOL) but love it and have used it often in many of my crafting and art projects. Would love to have the new and improved version! Thank you for sponsoring the giveaway.

  49. #49 - Helen H says:

    Wow I’ve been wanting some Dremel tools ever since I started trying to re-purpose old furniture after getting so many inspirations from blogspere. My last few projects would have turned out some much better had I had one of these around for sure. Lovely giveaway!

  50. #50 - David Marriott, Jr. says:

    I truly love the Dremel tools — I’ve used their rotary tools often, but the others looks just as versatile and powerful, especially the Multi-Max… would love to own them 🙂

  51. #51 - Peggy says:

    You go girl! Look at you. Thanks for the giveaway.

  52. #52 - susan hall says:

    I have a very old dremel. A new one would be wonderful for all of my projects around the house. Not to mention in my craft room.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

  53. #53 - Lisa says:

    We had a “Fixer-upper” home custom-built for us 20 years ago – we were young, the builder was irresponsible, and the experience gave us fodder for endless stories. Now the kids are grown and it’s time to fix it up for real! I dream of proper tools of my own to do the job. (Facing replacing trim next.) Fingers crossed!!

  54. #54 - phyll says:

    Would love to try these out. Thanks

  55. #55 - Susan says:

    Cathe I really want one of these, it would be perfect for the small projects I do. I think I could replace about half my tools with this!

  56. #56 - Holly J says:

    I currently use a stylus in making jewelry I would use the rotary in polishing !! It would be great to win this!

  57. #57 - Jenny Depa says:

    I own an older/smaller dremel tool kit…it is wonderful…a crafter’s dream tool for sure and for certain! I would love a newer larger version of this multi-tasking tool.


  58. #58 - Sheila Coates says:

    Dremel is an amazing company! I love how the tools are compact but tough enough to work hard. I’m not sure I would have been so brave as to cut through a beautiful new bookshelf, but you did a fab job, and the books concealing the panel is a great idea too. NOT that women are the weaker sex, but smaller, lightweight tools (easier to handle) mean we can tackle our own projects!!!!

  59. #59 - Polly says:

    Beautiful bookcase! A Dremel has been on my wish list since I attended JournalFest in October 2011 and saw the beautiful journals made in a class use these awesome tools!

  60. #60 - Joni Owens says:

    Oh I would love to have a new Dremel rotary tool!!! Mine finally died last summer and I haven’t been able to replace it. I miss it, I used it all the time in my art work.

  61. #61 - Kathy T says:

    I would love to win a Dremel. I just started crafting with gourds and a Dremel would be so useful.

  62. #62 - Kelly Gray says:

    I think I would be unstoppable with a dremel!

  63. #63 - Robyn Brown says:

    My husband has promised to make me a quilt cabinet. I’m thinking this would come in very handy in making that. Thanks for the giveaway!

  64. #64 - Dawn says:

    I have been wanting to purchase a Dremel for so long! We are in the middle of refreshing 3 builder grade bathrooms & I know I would use this! Fingers (& toes) crossed!!

  65. #65 - Elisabeth Auld says:

    I’m getting ready to make a new studio space – like you – and these tools would be very handy 🙂

  66. #66 - Debbie Greene says:

    I have been wanting to try making my own frames for my needlework and photography. These tools would be the push needed.

  67. #67 - Isabel Biesterfeld says:

    I have always wanted a dremel tool. I have always been interested in woodworking. Maybe if I had this new tool, I would stop knitting scarves for awhile….I have so many scarves made, I have begun donating them to women’s shelters.

  68. #68 - Kathy says:

    First – love how you hid your box! Great idea. I would use the dremel for jewelry making – drilling holes, etc.

  69. #69 - Laura says:

    The word Dremel is spoken with reverence in our household.

    It would be so wonderful to do it myself instead of having to pester relatives or friends with tools to help with my crazy project ideas.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win some very useful equipment.

  70. #70 - Toni Brooks says:

    What a great idea & job. I would love to add the new oscillating Dremels to my bag of tricks as well.
    Love your blog & always get great ideas from your projects.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

  71. #71 - Aubrey M. says:

    What a great multi-functional tool with lots of POWER!

  72. #72 - Theresa says:

    Oh, the things I could do with a Dremel!!! The bookcase is Beautiful!!

  73. #73 - Shari Harniss says:

    Oh my! I would LOVE to win this ! What could I not accomplish with the help of this beauty?!

  74. #74 - Jo says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win a dremel. I have so many new projects that this will help with me.

  75. #75 - Christy Walker says:

    I love power tools, maybe more then my hubby, my spare time is always spent craftin something up, this looks like a must have tool for me, my regular dremel won’t do all that!

  76. #76 - Sherry says:

    I would love to have another Dremel as I gave mine to my brother! 🙁
    I used it for crafts and it’s excellent for drilling holes in shells for jewelry!

  77. #77 - Amy Osborne says:

    Thanks York this giveaway! I would love to win a Dremel!!

  78. #78 - Gretchen McDowell says:

    So Swoon-Worthy! The amazing things a Dremel can do. Love what you did with the bookcase, I cant wail to get my hands on one. Oh the fixes I could make. A girl always needs a good power tool! Thanks for the opportunity.

  79. #79 - SuzyMcQ says:

    Great job on the bookcase! I am so inspired to try something as challenging in my home. Thanks for the giveaway! I love that Dremel makes tools that, at least to me, seem much less intimidating than those monster tools at the big box stores!

  80. #80 - Angie says:

    We’re about to move into a new place soon and we’d love to have this!

  81. #81 - Mary Ann Potter says:

    Cathe, these are a builder’s dream-come-true! I’m a miniaturist; I construct little buildings – sometimes furniture as well – and these would be more than handy for my magical little places! You can see some of my work on my blog. Under the blog header just click on the page “My World in Miniature.” Fun stuff. It’s never too late to have a happy chiodhood!

  82. #82 - Frances Leal says:

    A dremel is on my wish list getting two of them at once would be on my bucket list! Wow what an awesome giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  83. #83 - DMeredith says:

    So many times I’ve wished for a power tool that I felt comfortable using. I’d love to have one of these!

  84. #84 - Bonnie Mae says:

    Oooh! I’ve wanted a dremel for a long time but never can afford one. I have a ton of woodworking and jewelery tutorials pinned or saved as PDF’s though, waiting for the day that I have access to a dremel tool 🙂

  85. #85 - Mandy Barbee says:

    Great job on merging that electrical stuff with your beautiful bookcase!

  86. #86 - Felicia says:

    OMG! What I wouldn’t do to win this – something that would probably get me 10-20 in jail! Keep me out of prison, please!

  87. #87 - Gayle Erwin says:

    I love my Dremel tool and use it a lot to help carve holes into pottery using a dimond bit. I would love to ahve the others to work on my home. So many projects and never enough time, maybe new tools would help me carve out some of that. 😉

  88. #88 - Tania says:

    OMG! I’d craft, DIY, and fix EVERYTHING! I’d SO love to win those Dremel tools! I’m a single woman so having those tools would totally help me STOP calling my poor dad! LOL!


  89. #89 - Colleayn says:

    This would be so much fun to win! I have many ideas I could use this for, and it would be my first power tool! I would first start with carving a celtic knot for the house.
    Your studio is going to be fantastic!

  90. #90 - Darla says:

    I’ve had a fear of power tools, but would love to start overcoming that with the Dremel. My husband’s broke, so it’s a perfect time. My current goals is to make some diy wall art. Love your blog! Thanks!

  91. #91 - Dawn says:

    I am drooling over the bookcase. You did a wonderful job!

  92. #92 - Linda Greiss says:

    Wow! How wonderful to fix that problem all by yourself! There is nothing that aggravates me more than being in the middle of a project and getting stopped dead by something I can’t handle by myself. Thanks for the opportunity to win the Dremel Tool give-a-way! I know you are going to draw my name because my birthday is Feb. 21st!

    Linda Greiss

  93. #93 - Joyce says:

    This tool would surely turn me into a Tool Time wifey!
    How nifty is that? Thank you for your post and all your brilliant ideas!

  94. #94 - Dee says:

    Dremel, Dremel, Dremel . . .

  95. #95 - Beata Woyen says:

    Love your website! Thanks for sharing so much inspiration with us. I have been coveting the Dremel tools for some time now. Oh, the projects I could get done if only I had a Dremel…..:-)

  96. #96 - Betsy Rowan says:

    When I was married I bought a Dremel for my husband , but he took it when we divorced . Have been wanting one ever since. A current project requires a Dremel and has my project on hold. Would love to win so I can finish this project!

  97. #97 - Valerie says:

    WOW What a win! I would love to have all these. I would use the Dremel tools to fix up my parent’s house. My twin and I are almost 30 and still live at home. We do what we can to contribute to the household. I’ve got some tools, which I keep in my bedroom (if someone breaks in, my babies are safe with me!). There would be so many things I can do. Cut down the bamboo that’s ruining our fence line…rebuild the gate and fence so our neighbors can quit coming over for lost balls and letting our dogs out instead, helping my sister knock the wall down in her closet for better access….help my mom build shelves for her organized craft supplies so the bins don’t squish each other and break…after 15 years of living here, finally add baseboard to the entire house that the previous owners confusingly took out, and replace my front door in the little house. These tools would help me to improve our house and to make us that much happier to live here. The size would be so much easier for me to handle. I am the youngest and the only family member physically capable of doing a lot of the things around the house (I’ll throw mentally in there as well since abstract things can be extremely hard for us girls to follow). These tools make me excited about my home.

  98. #98 - Tamara says:

    Ohh… tools husband and I would fight over! Him, cabinet making, me… jewelry work, me-thinks. Would LOVE to win this one, Kathe. And maybe I can get him to make me new studio furniture. I wanna have a pretty studio like you ‘when I grow up.’

  99. #100 - Ronda C. says:

    Wow, I am a bit leery of tools, the whole danger of losing a finger thing, but I have been thinking about a Dremel for a while because of what you created and what others have done using a Dremel. I like that it does so much but doesn’t look as intimidating as my Husbands tools. Thanks for sharing.

  100. #101 - Lisa Twombly says:

    I have been planning and studying gingerbread trim for my “mythical-maybe next year if we can swing it” front porch. I want something ornate and lacy and over the top and a Dremel would be AWESOME for those little tiny pieces. How exciting! Thanks for the giveaway!

  101. #102 - Gayle Mowris says:

    The wonders of a Dremel!!! My son has one he uses to carve intricate design work on his wood sculptures and signs. We share, but the thought of having my own…well a girl can dream.
    BTW lovely looking barn with a gorgeous plush couch to lounge and read. Nothing like my barn which is red,weathered and is home to 12 chickens, 2 cats and lot of crap, oh I mean treasures.

  102. #103 - Linda SARVER says:

    Love dremel’s!!!

  103. #104 - Erin S says:

    Wow! What an AMAZING giveaway! I would loooove to win this so I can “encourage” my husband to become more handy when he sees me using the dremel! 😉

  104. I’m not sure exactly what I’d make, but I’m sure that my husband would have a few ideas! I’d probably start by labeling all of his tools so that if they happen to “disappear” on the job site, it would make an easy time of finding them again! (He’s an electrician.) We’re hoping to get a station set up in the garage for projects. It would be nice to know that there were some tools in that there that I could use too!

  105. #106 - Brittney Crabtree says:

    We are in the middle of so many home reno projects, we could use these!

  106. #107 - Linda from Arizona says:

    This would be so handy to have around the house so I wouldn’t have to wait for hubs to unlock his shop and then take over a project I started because he can “do it better than I can”.

  107. #108 - Bethany says:

    This would be quite handy to have! It would surely cut down on the “Dad, can I borrow…?” and “Dad…how do I?….” comments 🙂
    Bethany, sweetbeebuzzingsATgmailDOTcom

  108. #109 - Jenny G. says:

    I have wanted a set of Dremel tools for ever. I love to collage and do metal work, and these would be so useful! thanks for the giveaway!

  109. #110 - Laura Ingalls Gunn says:

    We moved into a fixer upper home last July and this handy tool has my husbands name all over it! Thank you for the opportunity.

  110. #111 - Julie says:

    These tools look fantastic. I’m already thinking about the projects I could do with them!

  111. #112 - Edwina says:

    What an amazing generous giveaway for a very useful tool-a tool I don’t have! 🙂

  112. #113 - Carolyn says:

    Wow! The possibilities are endless. Thanks for the opportunity!

  113. #114 - Sue Prescott says:

    This kit is awesome! I have never seen a dremel with so many features. Thanks for offering this give away!

  114. #115 - Danyelle says:

    I would love a dremel to use on some small woodworking projects around the house.

  115. #116 - sarah says:

    This would be perfect for our household, as we’ll be moving into a new house shortly and will have many projects ahead of us.

  116. #117 - Lori Hampton says:

    I love Dremel tools so much I have to “borrow” it from my husbands tool box on a regular basis…… He now hows to “borrow” from me! :0) This giveaway would help so I could give his back! LOL

  117. #118 - Diane says:

    I never thought I would be drooling over tools!

  118. #119 - AmandaG says:

    I’ve been looking at the Multi-Max for my husband’s birthday gift! I’ve heard such good things about it. We do a lot of DIY around the house, so we’d put it to use right away. I think it would’ve made installing our laminate wood floors much easier.

  119. #120 - Jenny says:

    I’ve recently seen a project that uses the dremel to carve eggs and would love to try it!!! ~Jenny

  120. #121 - Tonya says:

    Wow! Dremel goodies have been on my wishlist for quite a while now – hopefully I can go snag one soon because there are so many ways to use them!

  121. #122 - Lisa says:

    Wow, quite a handy tool. I can think of endless projects, especially cutting all the holes in our house that we are wiring after being built (former Amish home). Both the studs and sheetrock need holes. I like it.
    Then onto fun projects like the number sign you did.

  122. #123 - gatorgirl4325 says:

    This is the one thing I stop and swoon over each time I’m in the orange big-box store.

  123. #124 - Elaine says:

    Oh. My. I am the girl who has always wanted her own tools and work shop. Please! Framing would be first, I think.

  124. #125 - Dusty DeHaven says:

    My dream goal is to learn how to use power tools that fit my hand. Dremel is perfect! I just got a new studio and girl, I could put these tools to good use! Dusty

  125. #126 - Dan Lyke says:

    Decades ago I bought a name-brand but cheaper knock-off of the Dremel rotary tool, and it’s been there in my kit ever since, kind-of working, but reminding me every time I pull it out that cheaping out on tools is the wrong thing to do. Currently it’s got a dead-zone in the speed control, and the bearings have a bit of run-out, and…

    I’m starting to do enough carving and detail work on the furniture and boxes and cabinetry that I build that t’s time to replace that sucker with the real thing.

  126. #127 - Kellye Kimball says:

    My chicken coop needs some repairs and these tools would go a long way to helping with them! How exciting!!! 🙂

  127. #128 - Dana Glass says:

    Oh, the possibilities!!! I can only imagine what I could do with this!

  128. #129 - Melissa M says:

    I have few tools, but not a Dremel. I have always wanted one, but whenever I tuck a few scheckels away, something else always comes up. Birthdays, Christmas, a family member in need. If I ever got one, I would likely use it for fixing up all the little things that an old house like mine has that are not exactly in tip-top shape. Namely, a few bookcases that are built-in but need some work, and perhaps to make my plain Jane headboard look a little more ornate.

  129. #130 - Mary says:

    Wow! All the Dremel products are great, but the oscillating tool kit is particularly wonderful — I love the one-handed use, since it can be hard to balance a project piece and work on it at the same time. And this tool kit has all the needed accessories to bring vintage furniture back to life! Thanks for the chance to win.

  130. #131 - janice says:

    Oh my gosh – there are SO many things I could do with some new dremel tools. My basement is unfinished so there are lots of projects there and I am beginning to feel a pull to doing some decorative woodwork with some felled tree parts from my yard. So really, the possibilites are ENDLESS!

  131. #132 - Last Minute Lynn says:

    What a terrific and handy tool! The bookcase is beautiful. I would love to be a handywoman with this versitle tool.

  132. #133 - Cynthia R says:

    I have always wanted to start some small woodworking projects but alas, I am not married to a handyman with tools of his own (let alone skills)! So mant times see crafts and household projects on Pinterest I’d love to try! I’d start out small with up cycled wood wall decor!

  133. #134 - Tracy C. says:

    I have no idea what I would do with the tool kit. But I can’t wait to find something wonderful to do with it. Thanks for the giveaway.

  134. #135 - Julia D. says:

    Great job in tackling the circuit breaker box issue! What a gal….
    Those dremel tools look mighty fine and such fun to use. I have tackled some issues with them and they are such a great tool. Thanks for such a great opportunity and looking forward to seeing your finished new shop here soon.

  135. #136 - Willa says:

    Long time ago, a dear friend of mine gave my husband a very nice Dremel tool kit. I have lusted after it for more than a decade. While I am sure I would be allowed to use it, I have been loathe to touch it as I coveted it for my own. I knew that if I used it, it would go into MY toybox and no one else would be allowed to ever touch it.

    I am pretty creative and know that I would find tons of projects and would put this to immediate and good use!


  136. #137 - sarah H. says:

    Ooh, what a great giveaway! I too love to do projects on my own and not have to wait until my busy husband has time to help me! 🙂 This would be a great help for my to do list!

  137. #138 - Kelli Mulrooney says:

    Hi Cathe, always love to see what new projects you have been working on, so inspirational! This Dremel would make my husband’s life so much easier for the beautiful redwood birdhouses he makes and I would love to surprise him with it! Please enter me in the contest <3

  138. #139 - chrissi says:

    we love dremel. my husband loves the quality and i like that they aren’t as bulky as most tools.

  139. #140 - Dawn says:

    This would be perfect for all my small projects I need to get done, this would make life easier!

  140. #141 - Tina W. says:

    You did a fantastic job! Way to make use of your new Dremel.

  141. #142 - jody says:

    Are you kidding? I could have so much fun with it! Mostly, I’d do accents, like frames, or molding, or crafting. Thanks for the chance to dream!

  142. #143 - Jane S says:

    Dremel is a must have tool in any home. My husband uses his Dremel all the time. Over time it has gotten very worn out. Your book shelves are gorgeous and I like seeing the studio develop.

  143. #144 - C McKenna says:

    I have used Dremel tools in the past….they are great! How cool to win one of my own! Thanks for the chance!

  144. #145 - katie mead says:

    Great idea cutting out the back of the cabinet. That dremel came in handy!

  145. #146 - Max Prescott says:

    My daughter has a list of art projects that she wants me to help create and this is the perfect solution to make the process much easier.

  146. #147 - Anna says:

    I’ve recently learned that the drill I had bought a year after I moved out is a girly weakling of a drill (but then I’ve also recently melted a ceramic drill bit by drilling holes in china). All that was to say that I don’t know what project I’d tackle with the dremel tool, but the pictures are giving me vague ideas of it’s possibilities. I’d love to try my hand on something new and see what comes out. (And go you for the lovely job with the bookcase!)

  147. #148 - Esperanza says:

    I’d love to have these. My husband has a Dremel tool, and I always think it would be nice to have one of my own and not have to worry about having his tied up when he needs it.

  148. #149 - Margo K says:

    I have been dying to own a Dremel. There are soooo many things you can do with them. Thanks for sharing such a generous giveaway!

  149. #150 - Cira says:

    I would love to win this! I’ve been wanting a Dremel for so long for repairs around the house, as well as crafting. 🙂

  150. #151 - Lee W says:

    What a nice set of Dremel tools; thanks for the offer! I attended a workshop on cleaning our vintage (metal) buttons and a dremel tool was used– I would use this, and also the multi-max kit for remodeling in my craft corner! I love your bookshelves!

  151. #152 - Jeannie says:

    What a great prize pack! We love our Dremel, and use it for everything. Dog and cat nail trims, drilling in spots where nothing else can reach, and we love it for removing the heads of rusted nails that cannot be removed otherwise. Our Dremel finally went to tool heaven, and we bought a competitive brand that was on sale. Bad decision. This one doesn’t hold a steady power, and will rev up on you mid project.

  152. #153 - Heidianna says:

    Being able to do projects for myself is my number one reason for wanting a Dremel. I have so many ideas and projects to accomplish, but half of the time, I am waiting for help to use bigger tools that I am not as comfortable with (yet!). Thanks for the giveaway! Love your bookcase and how you worked around the box!

  153. #154 - Hilary Wright says:

    Dremel tools are awesome! I have one I bought used to make reclaimed tin jewelry with. It has seen better days. If I won this one I think I could make my jewelry with much less effort.

    If I won the other tool, hmmm, I’m sure I could figure out something to use it for. I’ve been wanting to refinish my kitchen table and chairs…Yes that’s what I would do with that tool!

  154. #155 - Michelle Bowers says:

    I would love to use the Dremel Tools for crafts, DIY furniture projects, and to work on house repair projects due to my house flooding in Hurricane Isaac….I am still in the house repair mode- and it is 6 months post hurricane. My neighborhood still resembles a war zone. I have looked at Dremel rotary tools at the home store and they are on my wish list for now because I am still trying to replace belongings like shoes, and clothing lost during the hurricane. I would love to do some DIY furniture to replace furniture I lost in flood.

  155. #156 - Vicky says:

    I would just love, love, love to have a kit of my own. I have so many projects that could be completed with these. What a great giveaway. Thanks.

  156. #157 - Linda Smith says:

    I had recently told my husband i would like a Dremel to do a craft I had pinned. It would be so perfect to have. Thanks for the giveaway.

  157. #158 - Rachael says:

    I have always wanted a Dremel set! There are so many different things I could use one for. I have some scrap granite that I have been saving to one day engrave, and I was told the rotary Dremel would work well, as long as I use the right attachment for it; this would be the first project I would attempt if I won!

  158. #159 - LisaT says:

    I would love to win this giveaway! I would (in no particular order: refinish my dining room table, use it to etch designs in leather, and cut metal to make a wind chime)

  159. #160 - jersey says:

    omg! what an awesome give-away! we have been wanting to make a cool “latch board” for our toddler son. this prize would give us a great incentive to finally do it!!
    *fingers crossed*

  160. #161 - Amy N. says:

    What would I use the Dremel for? What would I not use it for! I have so many ideas of crafts I’d like to make, but they require tools, of which I have none. Plus I might even let my boyfriend use it, and I know he really wants one.

  161. #162 - Alyssa says:

    I don’t own a dremel, but my boyfriend does for work- I always steal it from him and it would be great to have my own 🙂

  162. #163 - katherine says:

    My husband has a dremel that he’s completely worn out, we use it so much. I had no idea that they made so many different tools. It would be awesome to win! Wow, you did an amazing job on that bookcase and covering up that ugly old switchbox too!

  163. #164 - Jennie S says:

    I’d LOVE to win the dremel kit for some fixes in my house, such as clearing out some grout to replace cracked tiles on my floor and to sand down my desk in my office so I can repaint it. I hope I win and thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  164. #165 - sarajane says:

    I totally agree with you- it’s so satisfying to do somethings yourself, rather than wait for it to get crossed off the “Honey-Do” list. I love my Dremel Rotary tool and Drill press for it – would love to add some other Dremels to my arsenal. Can’t wait for the barn unveiling!

  165. #166 - Janel Rehbien says:

    I’ve been looking to create some family projects that are detailed and precise. If I get this I can so see it as my go to tool for every project.

  166. #167 - Cherri Peavy says:

    I love Dremel. They are so much easier to hold and use. The first time I used one was to drill a small hole in blocks to hang on a Christmas tree.

  167. #168 - Shannon R says:

    I’ve been working my way up to buying one, this would make it a lot easier!

  168. #169 - g pickering says:

    These Dremel’s are so cool! i’d love to have a set so that i could do my own projects – i can see a great variety of things to make – for the garden, the house, art projects. Many possibilities. Thanks for sharing.

  169. #170 - Edith Wentz says:

    These are wonderful tools. I just started learning mold-making and casting, and I’ve been wanting to get a Dremel to help me refine the casts I’ve made so far.

  170. #171 - Amanda says:

    i would love to win a Drexel. i dreamily gaze at thhm every trip we make to the hardware store. i was super stoked that you knocked out this project byyourself. yay for progress!

  171. #172 - Rose Sanchez says:

    Oh, pick me please. My dad and I will have so much fun working on stuff side by side. So many possibilities and uses for such great tools! By the way great progress on your wonderful crafting / Classroom space can’t wait to see the whole thing finished, nd all your unique decor added!

  172. #173 - elven johnson says:

    I’d love to win so I can have one that works more than not. I was given a non-dremel & it will stop working right in the middle of doing something. So, a day project is more like a 2 or 3 day one. Love the stripes on the backerboard of the bookcase.

  173. #174 - Sparrow says:

    Dremel tools are awesome, I use my ages-old Dremel all the time. It’d be great to upgrade!

  174. #175 - diane bouchard says:

    i love how your bookcase turned out – not to mention that awesome velvet sofa! I have always wanted a dremel tool for sanding down the inside of a niche in an altered book!

  175. #176 - VickyC says:

    Just what I need to get my business the push to expand projects. These tools would make some of those jobs so much easier and make me so much more independent!

  176. #177 - Stacy P says:

    I’d love to have one of these. I’d actually be able to do a few of the projects that I have in mind without having to borrow the tools or have my uncle help me (he has the tools). I can just picture all of the stuff I would make.

  177. #178 - Stephan Edel says:

    My Dremel (an old corded rotary tool) recently gave up the ghost so I was really excited to see your post. I have long envied the larger Dremel tools and would love to have them for some larger projects around the house as well as my crafting. I used my old one mostly for small shaping and cutting on modelling projects and detail sanding and shaping for some furniture restoration. My wife and I just took on the project of fixing up my mother’s house and these tools would be really helpful. Thanks for the great site.

  178. #179 - Nicole H. says:

    Wow- this would make me want to attempt even more projects! How was cutting with the saw? Can you go really straight?

  179. #180 - Madeleine says:

    I love tools. I need something all of my own that the hubby won’t claim, so if I win this I am keeping it secret.

  180. #181 - SusanHnSC says:

    I love a dremel – I have to borrow my dad’s every time I want to use one. I guess I should think about getting one of my own!

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  182. #182 - Cathy Wegner says:

    I love dremel tools. They are so handy for crafting. Jewelry making, drilling holes, cutting small items. The possibilities are endless!

  183. #183 - lynaeve says:

    thank you for the chance

  184. #184 - Dawn J says:

    I’d like some Dremel Tools because I’m slowly learning to be more artistic and craftier (if thats a word). I’m currently a little afraid of it all, and Dremels would be a great way to ease into it. Thanks for offering!

  185. #185 - Sharon C says:

    Dremel makes such good quality tools. Yum!

  186. #186 - Linda Pescho says:

    Wow! I think we should have a Dremel. The things we could get done on our own. Awesome giveaway.I’m dreaming Dremel………..

  187. #187 - Dawn Castor says:

    I had no idea there so many tools by Dremel. How handy it would be to have my own smaller tools59 do stuff with and not have to find my husbands.

  188. #188 - Ellen T says:

    I have a few turn of the century doors that I would like to strip and make headboards out of, so a Dremel would be great!

  189. #189 - Kate M. says:

    We just bought our first house and have a ton of projects on the list. This would be perfect to help start our tool collection and I have long dreamed of owning one of these! Thanks for the giveaway!

  190. #190 - Nancy D says:

    I’ve been wanting a Dremel forever!! I love how they are compact and the many jobs they do! To be able to cut wood without a huge scroll saw would be so fun! I used to tole paint all the time and miss it! This would be a awesome win!

  191. #191 - laurie a. says:

    I’ve been reading a lot of creative/inspiring arty type books lately and so many of them have a Dremel tool on the list of supplies that are needed. The tool is so versatile – sure would be nice to have one!

  192. #192 - Natalie says:

    What a great use of your dremel, my mom and I have talked about making a joint purchase of one for awhile now. I know she’d love to use one for making small frames and refinishing thrift shop furniture. I love to play with metals and other odd pieces in mixed media and I think a dremel would be helpful in cutting and sanding pieces. Great giveaway btw.

  193. #193 - Peggy says:

    That is one cool tool. As a knitter I might not use it as much as my husband who makes birdhouses that look like a kitty.

  194. #194 - Evelyn Pintor says:

    Oh boy! What a treat!! I work with paper crafts and soft woods and I could certainly use this Dremel. And give my hubby my old one 🙂

  195. #195 - Jennifer G. says:

    I would love to win this! Woman and power tools+ craftiness= winning combination!

  196. #196 - Julie H says:

    I would LOVE to win the Dremel tools. We are big DIYers at my house, so they would get a lot of use. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  197. #197 - Theresa J says:

    I have a list of projects that this would be perfect for

  198. #198 - Kendra says:

    I am an unfinished wood crafter, and this bad boy would be oh so handy to have around my shop! Awesome giveaway!

  199. #199 - Amanda Huppert says:

    Dremel tools work so great, it would be nice to have my own tools so I didn’t always have to borrow my hubbies! I would share them with him though too!

  200. #200 - Nettie Monroe says:

    I grew up with Dremel tools in my dad’s shop…but we NEVER had anything like these. Wow. I’m already dreaming up projects. Count me in!

  201. #201 - Ginny D says:

    I would love to win this and learn all the awesome things I could make with it! Thanks for the chance!

  202. #202 - Megan` says:

    I have wanted a Dremel tool for years, but it always get pushed to the bottom of the “needs vs. wants” list. I want to make a big, scroll-y picture frame that I can use for newborn photography shoots! I also want to cut out around the bottom shelf of a buffet table I have so that it can sit flush against a wall in my house despite the enormous vent cover in the way!

  203. #203 - Loren Carey says:

    Due to the neglect my brother gives me i no longer have a dremel tool so this is a good way to possible get the whole set up. This is one of the best giveaways iv seen in a long time.

  204. #204 - Janet Robinson says:

    Love, love, love my Dremel! Of course, it’s ancient and the rechargeable battery is cranky, so I have had a replacement on my wish list for the past year. I keep hoping I’ll stumble on a decent gently used one at a garage or estate sale. In the past, I have tried to make my simple rotary help me with projects far beyond what it’s meant to do. It’s my number one go-to tool when framing artwork. I’ve even tried to clean vintage jewelry with it. Would love the opportunity to see what the new ones can do. Thank you for making this drawing possible! Good luck to everyone.

  205. #205 - Merri Jo says:

    All of the baseboards & quarter round in our home needs to be removed & replaced–Dremel tools would be a tremendous help for that task & so many others on the to-do list!

  206. #206 - Margarete in Los Gatos says:

    Well, I’ve got an idea of taking my entry-way cabinet and cutting a nice hole in the side to attach a cat door. Why? I’m going to put the kitty litter box inside. It might sound odd to have cat litter inside of a piece of furniture by the front entrance, but I don’t want it in my bathroom or kitchen, and this is the smartest place for us. Now, if I could just get to it!

  207. #207 - Hoanyen Vo says:

    I myself do not have any power tools, but am always borrowing others for small projects. These tools looks like it would be all I need to start on many of the projects i have been eager to do.

  208. #208 - Jody Bradshaw says:

    Man oh man I would looooove owing a Dremel. My first project would be cutting out a chopping block from a piece of barn siding I have, then onto sanding the top of a chest I ‘d like to refinish and then on to carving on a gourd.

    I appreciate the opportunity to enter this drawing. I have recently found your site and have enjoy reading many back posts. thanks so much!

  209. #209 - Sue Culotti says:

    Thank you SO MUCH for posting this! Your bookcase solution to the breaker box is nothing short of BRILLIANT! I’ve got a few places where this could come in useful… Likewise this amazing giveaway – FABULOUS tools! I’ve used the rotary tool quite a bit, and have watched in envy as my husband has used a couple of the others (his work tools – he’s in construction). Having some of my own to use would be amazing! Thanks for the chance to possibly own them, and thanks even more for your continuing inspiration!

  210. #210 - Rhonda Grisham says:

    I have an antique sewing machine cabinet with intricate details that sooo needs refinishing. It’s extremely hard to get into those tight areas without something like this. Thank you for the opportunity!

  211. #211 - Thea says:

    I am on a journey to really make a difference in the decor of this house — more tools are always a good thing while I try to figure out what I want in each room.

  212. #212 - Shannon Reed says:

    How awesome! Oh, so many projects in mind! Thanks for the chance to dream!

  213. #213 - enidb says:

    There’s a few projects I think a Dremel would be good for. A friend’s husband uses his Dremel to smooth out chips on the rims of glasses. But I am sure I’ll discover lots of other uses for a Dremel.

  214. #214 - Danelle Fuqua says:

    Oh Wow! What would I ‘Not’ do with this great tool…My brain is a jumble of ideas right now.

    Your bookcases look great!

  215. #215 - Jen B says:

    Super cool! I use my Dremel for everything from crafting to home repair to puppy pedicure. I use the tiny drill bits often in crafting and when pre-drilling small items to add screws. I use the sanding and polishing attachments for so many things! I also use the wire brush attachments to clean up rust from tools that I may have left outside. The multi-max oscillating tool would be such an awesome addition to my toolbox!

  216. #216 - Jennifer H says:

    I LOVE powertools! Can you imagine how hard it would have been to cut out the hole by hand? No Way! Dremmel and Pinterest could get me into some serious trouble!!!

  217. #217 - lynne ATL says:

    My son just graduated from college and moved to Charleston, SC. He is living in a very old building that needs lots of work. This would be such a gift for him to make some of the improvements and repairs. His tool inventory is quite small and this would be great! Thanks

  218. #218 - Kelly Luna says:

    *drooling* I love me some power tools and this is one I don’t have. Thank you so much for the chance to win. Congratulations on winning the contest! And the book shelf looks beautiful-excellent use of your new tools. 🙂

  219. #219 - Eric Porter says:

    Ah,… the almighty Dremel! Great for work AND for play,…. or for turning work INTO play (much to the chagrin of my wife! LOL!).

  220. #220 - Julie Aubert says:

    I craft and DIY all around the house. The little Dremel I have is at least 40 years – sure would be nice to have the newest tools!

  221. #221 - Shirley H says:

    Love the crafting ideas you share and could put this tool to good use. My hubby has a couple different Dremel tools but I’d love to have my own set!

  222. #222 - Cassie says:

    Ooo, I want one of those oscillating ones so badly!! I buit my son a play kitchen for Xmas and it would have been helpful!!!

  223. #223 - Laura says:

    I have a Dremel hand tool for drilling in metal when making jewelry. These things are so cool! I didn’t even know Dremel made heftier, more robust tools for woodworking. I’m eyeing the Multi-Max like crazy!!

  224. #224 - Dee tollaksen says:

    Catherine, love your blog…totally love that you are all fired up with power tools. Can’t wait to see your projects now!

  225. #226 - Barbara G says:

    HELLO! These awesome goodies are seriously calling my name! My hubby hates small projects as much as I love them and I have a million of ’em. Oh the fun I will have…!

  226. #227 - Ali B. says:

    We have a Dremel Multi-Max tool and I’ve only used it twice (once to cut wood and once to cut drywall, but I recently picked up a blade for metal. I would LOVE to get my hands on that rotary tool though. Looks super handy! I do a lot of upcycling of vintage gizmos (most recently an antique radio) and Dremel tools are great for getting into all the inevitably tight spaces I find myself in. So thanks for the opportunity to win one!

  227. #228 - Cynthia Avalos says:

    I would love to own one of these!

  228. #229 - Sharon Kissel says:

    I have a little corded Dremel to help when I am carving soapstone figurines or making jewelry. I’d love to use a newer model.

  229. #230 - Vicki says:

    Oh, Dremel! How I would love to have Dremel tools of my own!

    We recently inherited a small, older rotary Dremel kit from my husband’s brother, (I have already worn out some of the small attachments, so need to go to HD to replace them), and I would love to have the opportunity to discover how much more I am capable of with some of the other, larger Dremel tools.

    I have lots of little projects I work on around the house, and the Dremel comes in handy, when I can get my hands on it, but when my husband has it at work in his trailer (he works as a contractor), I can’t get at it – I’d love to have my own. Whether I’m wiring a lamp or making jewelry or cleaning small items, the Dremel always makes the job easier, and it is wonderful that there is such a variety of attachments to allow me to accomplish such a varied assortment of projects.

    (I think perhaps Dremel should have child oriented Dremel tools used in grade schools to get girls (along with boys, of course!) accustomed to the use of power tools – it is time for us to join in on all the fun the guys have had all this time with their tools! If you wonder why Apple products are so ubiquitous in today’s world, remember that Apple put their products in classrooms around the country, and that the children who grew up using Apple products, want to use them as adults.)

    I can understand why your husband was so proud of you for solving your problem with the electrical box, your Dremel power tools make you just a bit more self sufficient, and free him to help you with other things.

    I just discovered your blog today, through a Pinterest reference to your house chandelier, and am bookmarking you, I’ll be back to see what else you are up to, often!

    Thank you! Vicki Carroll

  230. #231 - Kathie Young says:

    I love the hidden circuit box in the book shelf! I would love, love, love to have a fun Dremel to play with.

  231. #232 - Danee says:

    Your bookshelves are gorgeous. I adore the look of built-ins and you pulled it off perfectly.

  232. #233 - becky d says:

    I would love to have the Dremel for all my home projects. I am working on turning the pantry door into a chalkboard and this would be a huge help! I have an old one that is almost worn out so I may have to invest soon! Thanks!!

  233. #234 - Suzanne says:

    Oooh, I would like it for making those address signs.

  234. #235 - Libby says:

    I’d love to win a Dremel tool to use with my woodcarving and jewelry making, cutting, sanding, drilling, etc, as well as other things I haven’t even thought of yet! Thank you for the chance to win!

  235. #236 - Ashley says:

    I always have a number of projects on hand to do and not yet enough tools to accomplish them. I’d have so much fun with a dremel!

  236. #237 - victoria says:

    would love this dremel!

  237. #238 - SR says:

    I don’t have any of these tools yet. These would be great in our upcoming move and home renovation. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    satsukirebel AT gmail DOT com

  238. #239 - Terry Czechowski says:

    Ooooo congrats on the win, project, and all the future projects you will be able to do with these new toys, er, I mean, tools

    That cordless Drexel would be FAB for a dimensional mural project I am working on for my church.

    I am drooling over that Trio Tool. I have had to use an old Dremel to cut shapes from plywood for this project because I don’t have a good jigsaw. That one has roused my interest.

    Thanks for posting and sharing this opportunity to join in your excitement.

  239. #240 - Jenny F says:

    You are an inspiration to me and have such creative ideas!

  240. #241 - Stacy High says:

    I know I would find lots of projects to with a Dremel! I’ve been wanting one for a long time.

  241. #242 - Debbie Walker says:

    Hi Cathe! I met you a couple years ago when you were visiting sweet Jennifer. We ran into each other in Ozark. I have hoped to see you again, but sadly, I rarely even get to see your lovely sister 🙁
    I must say… I want, I want, I want this dremel! It would be awesome to be able to complete projects without relying on Mister so much!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  242. #243 - laura says:

    I think your studio is looking beautiful! I have a dremel that I have had for twenty years- my favorite thing to use it for is polishing small metal parts.

  243. #244 - Lorena Valenzuela says:

    Wow! This tool is amazing, I honestly didn’t know something like this existed! I can already think of a project with tree trunks, maybe a centerpiece? I hope I win!

  244. #245 - Valerie says:

    What CAN’T you do with a Dremel?? I’d been wanting a drill forever, but not having the funds for a nice, heavy-duty drill, I “settled” for a Dremel instead and I have been fascinated with its capabilities! I can’t remember what it was like not to have one!

  245. #246 - Heather Alexander says:

    I’ve loved my very basic model dremel for years…and it’s time to upgrade!!! OH what a treat it would be to win this giveaway! Love your bookcase!

  246. #247 - Kat Powers says:

    We’re in the process of remodeling our 1935 house and these tools would certainly help. Fingers crossed! Thanks for the giveaway!

  247. #248 - Gloria says:

    Oooooh, all the things I could use these for!

    Thank you so much for offering this giveaway!

  248. #249 - Laurie Kearnes says:

    Oh, wow – my husband LOVES Dremel and after seeing all that Cathe did with her tools – well, I am working on several DIY projects in my home and could really, really enjoy these!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  249. #250 - julia p says:

    Great job Cathe! It does feel good just to be able to get the job done yourself! The bookshelves look great! Is that a fun green sofa in front of them? Your space is coming along beautifully! I can’t wait to see the fabulous projects that come from there!

  250. #251 - Megan Lane says:

    What a great tool…and a generous giveaway. Fingers crossed.

  251. #252 - Gloria S says:

    My son just got a Dremel from his fiance. I used to have one until one of my sons “borrowed” it and never returned it. I would really LOVE another one

  252. #253 - Laura says:

    Ohh I lover that bookcase! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  253. #254 - Terri says:

    I’ve been wanting a Dremel for a long time! They are the perfect tools to add to my crafty tools collection… and they’d definitely help with my new hobby of DIY home repair!

  254. #255 - Nancy B says:

    This is the best giveaway ever! Have used the very small Dremel for years but have lots of projects in mind that could be done with these larger tools. Thanks for the chance to win!

  255. #256 - Kelly says:

    I’ve been wanting to try out some Dremel tools! I am more crafty than handy, but I’m trying to get over my timidness when it comes to tools, and I think Dremel makes tools that aren’t too intimidating for me 🙂

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  256. #257 - Verna Thayer says:

    I have been dreaming of a new Dremel tool—mine is very (very) old and I need an upgrade 🙂
    Thank you for the opportunity to own this awesome tool!

  257. #258 - Joyce says:

    I love your blog Cathe, you have lots of inspiring projects!

    When I was in architecture school, I loved hanging out in the woodshop. It was wonderful to be able to design something and then have the tools readily available to make that design.

    I often long for those days at the woodshop. Having a dremel would be like having a mini woodshop at my disposal!

  258. #259 - CindyB says:

    A Dremel would be the “dream” tool to have in my studio. All of the things you could do with it are mind blowing! If I had one, it would be an asset to my assemblage projects. Thank you so much for posting this Dremel giveawy and giving us artists a chance to win.

  259. #260 - Sarah says:

    What a great coverup! Ps even though I can’t see much of the couch I think I am in love! Great job Cathe!

  260. I’ve been wanting one of these for ever. So many things I’d be doing with it. But I could never justify the expense for a tool that would be used mostly for decorative use. Here’s to winning! 🙂

  261. #262 - Colleen says:

    I often “borrow” my husband’s Dremel, but man I’d love to have one of my very own!

  262. #263 - KerowynA says:

    I’ve never used any Dremel Tool, but I’d love to have one. It would be perfect for making my Shamanic rattles.

    Pick me, random number generator! Pick me!

  263. #264 - Ginger says:

    Oh, I have so many projects I’d use these for….we’re finishing our basement this spring, and I have so much trim and moulding to cut for our new built-in bookshelves! This prize would keep me happy for quite a while!

  264. #265 - Kathy Waxler says:

    I was just thinking that I could use some new power tools. I’m sure my neighbor would be delighted to have me stop ‘borrowing’ her husband to do things for me. Thanks for the chance to win!

  265. #266 - MarieR says:

    Cool tools! that’s a great give away

  266. #267 - Cynde Perry says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog…and I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to win a Dremel, Thanks CP

  267. #268 - Jess Z says:

    We could use a Dremel! Lots of crafting projects we have pending with the intention of purchasing one soon. My husband lent his out and he’s probably never getting it back. Great product! Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

  268. #269 - Ramona says:

    wow! so COOL. I’d love to try my hand at jewelry stuff… I’m also a quilter, and I’d love to try cutting some custom templates for myself….

  269. #270 - Marsha Wigren says:

    Would love to own these two tools. Not only do I hate to bother my hubby with my craft projects, he is in the early stages of dementia and doing projects for me can sometimes be overwhelming for him. Would like to start doing little DIY projects that would help transform this “bachelor pad” into a cozy home for both him and I to enjoy.

  270. #271 - Brandy says:

    A very generous giveaway for you and your readers!

  271. #272 - Chris Burke says:

    There’s nothing I love more than a well-built, versatile tool — and the Dremel kits look like exactly that. Good thinking on the bookcase solution. I would use it first to make some custom-grooved personalized nameplates for the doors to my children’s rooms. Hope I win!

  272. #273 - Steph says:

    Oooh, Drimmel! Let me see… I have an old painted porch swing to sand and refinish, my old child’s rocking chair, a tiny really unique table begging for a facelift…… so many things!

  273. #274 - Merri Jo says:

    I can’t imagine a more multi-purpose tool–I’d put it to good use!!

  274. #275 - Keely says:

    Wow, they all look like you could do so much with them. Thanks for the give-away.

  275. #276 - Elizabeth Andrews says:

    That’s a fantastic set of tools. It’s really nice to have something small and powerful and not have to break out the big heavy tools.

  276. #277 - Karen says:

    what a fun giveaway! They’ve really added to their line.

  277. #278 - Olivia says:

    I’ve always dreamed of owning a Dremel for craft purposes or DIY projects! I would love to have a tool that would be mine exclusively (and off limits to the husband!)

  278. #279 - Kristie says:

    My neighbor uses his Dremel to carve pumpkins. They’re amazing (both the carvings and the tools!). I’ve used the tool for cutting, sanding, polishing and many other tasks. They are invaluable. At the store I always end up wandering through the Dremel tool aisle dreaming of owning the full set. Thanks for the chance to win.

  279. #280 - Lori Goodman says:

    We just used a Dremel this weekend to make a Bow and Arrow set out of PVC pipe. Very handy!

  280. #281 - Karyn Miracle says:

    LOVE the Dremel! I used mine for everything from drilling holes in beach glass to filing the dogs nails! (…and no she didn’t like it!) Wore mine out so would love to win a new one! Thanks Kathy!

  281. #283 - aida says:

    Hi! Cathe:
    I was about to go to Home Depot to take a look at saws and drills that were compact and affordable for crafting. I would seriously love to give a try to one of these! Thanks!

  282. #284 - Kim Stewart says:

    Oooh power tools…..The Final Frontier!

  283. #285 - Amy says:

    I first started dreaming about getting a Dremel tool when I heard they make carving those fake pumpkins so much easier. Alas, I couldn’t afford one so I had to make do with a kitchen knife. (and a pretty sad looking carved pumpkin) Now, I have seen how many uses a Dremel tool has and I can’t believe I have been without one for so long!!! Fingers crossed!!!

  284. #286 - Suzy Girl says:

    Oh how I could use the Dremel! My husband swears by it, but I need my own. ha ha. I have so many projects I could use it on right now. Thanks for the opportunity.

  285. I love this giveaway! I am always doing things around the house and never have the right tool. The wind here in Missouri is always taking out fence boards and snapping them. I have replaced them but can never dog ear them on the top because I don’t have the tools. Crossing my fingers!


  286. #288 - Donna says:

    I’d love to win the Dremel! It has been on my wish list for a long time. I used to borrow my sons – but he took it with him when he moved out. Fingers crossed!

  287. #289 - Susan Baker says:

    My mind is spinning as I think of all the things I would do with these Dremel tools! From necessary jobs such as replacing cracked tiles, repairing grout lines, and trimming molding to fun jobs including carving designs in re-purposed furniture, I would be busy for a long time. And Dremel has been on my wish list forever!! What a wonderful giveaway!

  288. #290 - KariK says:

    It is fun to watch your room transform into something beautiful. I had no idea that Dremel branched out into so many other types of tools. I love the rotary tool. Thanks for sharing your projects and for hosting this giveaway.

  289. #291 - tonya says:

    I would fix my sofa – It has a screen mesh under the cushions which has broken on one side. It needs to be cut away so I can add heavy strapping, but alas, I have no small cutting tool.

  290. #292 - Dawn F says:

    A Dremel would be a great addition to our tool inventory! Every time I need one I have to borrow one from my brother!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  291. #293 - Anna B. says:

    So many uses for Dremel tools…great giveaway!!!

  292. #294 - Immi says:

    I have never used a Dremel, but I see great ideas for this obviously useful tool all the time. I know I’d have a learning curve, but it would be great to have the chance to learn all the ins and outs!

  293. #295 - Mary says:

    You are so clever! You would never know that circuit box was there. I would love to have a handy Dremel. Maybe I could be as clever as you???

  294. #296 - Laura@live-love-scrap says:

    Wow! If I had this tool, maybe I wouldn’t have to have my hubby help me with projects!
    Great post!

  295. #297 - Lynn Richards says:

    I used the Drexel that was my father’s for a long time to alter dominoes. I have somehow lost it and have been adrift without it. So many projects to use it for: distressing wood frames, sanding down small spots in soldering,household things as well!

  296. #299 - Beverly Hanapole says:

    I love my old corded Dremel and would love to upgrade to cordless. And… The oscillating tool, that would be icing on the cake. Love your blog, thanks for sharing so much of your incredible creativity.

  297. #300 - Lynn says:

    I am trying to build small storage cabinets … and the small tools would be great! My work right now – hand saw and 25 years old drill – isn’t accurate enough for the cabinets to come out square! 🙁

    Thanks for your great blog – all of the ideas and the freebies you create!

  298. #301 - Sarah says:

    It would be a dream to own this tool! I can just see myself working on lots of projects with this around the house! I love power tools!

  299. #302 - Pilar Sanchez says:

    I like dremel mucho! I would use it to make holes in jewelry and make lots of fancy wood things.

  300. #303 - Karen says:

    I’m willing to give this a shot. Maybe I could use this power tool all by myself. I gave one to my SIL and have always wanted one since. Thanks for the opportunity, Cathe.

  301. #304 - Penny Nelson says:

    Wow, you are a woman of many talents. These tools look like they are user friendly and not daunting like some of the BIG tools that scare me. Would love to give them a try. Seem like they would fit in my hand and not be too heavy, also. Thanks for the opportunity.

  302. #305 - Sheri E. says:

    Great job Cathe! I like the size of the Dremel tools. They aren’t so scary, and seem to fit my hands better. I have so many projects I need to work on.

  303. #306 - Heather says:

    What an amazing prize. I would love to be able to replace my knock off with the real deal. I am amazed at how handy these tools are, especially to someone who is kind of nervous about using full sized power tools but has DIYer inside! Thanks!

  304. #307 - Ann says:

    Have been coveting this for quite some time now. With no significant other and a burgeoning crafting life, it would be wonderful to own. Thanks for the giveaway.

  305. #308 - Heather Oppenheimer says:

    oh wow! I recently received my first Dremel as a gift and life changed drastically! As a recent divorcee, I find myself being Miss Do-It-All! So empowering, right in the palm of your hand! Installed a new dryer duct, fixed the door jam, and even trimmed my dog’s nails! That is one powerful tool! Thank you for sharing the love!

  306. #309 - Dee L Neff says:

    I’ve always been intrigued by Dremel’s array of tools and the many uses they would be good for. Now, if I only had one to play with!

  307. #310 - mary ann says:

    I have friends with dremels and they say that they are the BEST! Would LOVE to be the lucky winner! fingers crossed! thanks for the chance!

  308. #311 - Kathe says:

    Like you, I’d like to be able to do some things myself using tools that don’t weigh 50 pounds each. Smaller tools are less intimidating and actually seem much more efficient for the “big tool” kind of work they are able to perform. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  309. #312 - Karen E says:

    I say, “Girl Power!” …never too late to learn how to use these tools. Projects are brewing!

  310. #313 - Kristie VanG says:

    I’m terribly jealous of my husband’s Dremel; I’d love to have my own so he can stop worrying about his! 😉

  311. #314 - Richard says:

    Wow! You did an amazing job with that bookcase! Dremel tools are just so amazing. SO much gets done with such a tiny tool!

  312. #315 - Carla says:

    I would love a Dremel! I know I’d be sharing it with my boys who are in 4-H and are always making things. Last summer we were trying to make ‘dragonflies’ to hang on a tree and son #2 commented that we didn’t have the right tools to get the job done right. Congrats on your award – and for sharing with your readers!

  313. #316 - Martha says:

    My oh my! The projects that could be done with thes fabulous Dremel Tools.

  314. #317 - Ellen Young says:

    I love me my “girly tools”!
    I learned to use power tools in high school shop class (which I had to fight hard to get in to, way back in the 70’s) and am always so proud of myself when I am able to successfully use them. I think every girl should feel comfortable using power tools – girl power!

  315. #318 - Kempton Walker says:

    This is on my wish list for sure! I want one for the same reason you adore yours….to have a tool to use and not have to rely on the hubby so much!

  316. #319 - Lorrie says:

    I would love to own one of these! My mom has one and does some fabulous stuff with it!

  317. #320 - Kathy Bumb says:

    I have just recently thought about buying one of these Dremels. I do a lot of crafting – altered art – and I believe this tool would be so useful. It can be used for so many different projects. This is a great giveaway!!

  318. This has been on my crafting wish list for some time. Every time I see a great DIY project using Dremel tools, I am reminded again to move that item “up” on my list! Love seeing how easy it was to make the hole to fit your bookcase up against the wall. 🙂

  319. #322 - Laura says:

    My Mr. Wonderful is a carpenter, and I’m an artist. I would love to add some artistic flair to the things he builds for our house with these dremel tools!

  320. #323 - Stephanie says:

    I always visit the Dremel tools when I’m at the local hardware store (been wanting one for a long long long time). So I would absolutely love to win these. There’s almost nothing you can’t do with them!

  321. #324 - Michelle says:

    I would love to have my own Dremel Set! IT’S A GIRL THING. You see, I’ve borrowed my Mother’s a few times. And recently, my daughter who just turned twenty-one, called and asked to borrow mine. I had to explain that it was Grandma’s and that she’d have to get it from her. Creative people need a Dremel. And Grandma isn’t always in the mood to share!

  322. #325 - Four dogs and one quilter says:

    When spring arrives it will be time to get back to fixing up this old house and hopefully get that new kitchen put in. Some Dremel tools would just the thing to make the jobs easier.

  323. #326 - heidistitches says:

    Great project! It’s quite impressive. I’ve grabbed my husband’s Dremel for just minor things (he gets a bit upset when I use his tools). I would love to win this and would label it proudly as “MINE”!

  324. #327 - Tricia Hicks says:

    Tonight, I’m going to dream of all the exciting things I’ll be able to do if I win a new Dremel! I’m a mixed media artist, and I can see exploration in my future! 🙂

  325. #328 - Wendy says:

    I love Dremel and have seen some of these advertised. Dreaming!

  326. #329 - Yvonne says:

    This is my dream tool and has been on my wish list for a long time. Thanks for the opportunity to win it. And your new space looks great!

  327. #330 - Liz says:

    Seriously? I need that new Dremel so I can do lots of crafting tooooo. That is the best giveaway. I need to sand a very tiny area. Thanks!!

  328. #331 - Jennifer says:

    The items I would use my dremel tool for are endless. There are the most handy things ever and love that there are so many different types these days. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! Happy DIYing everybody 🙂

  329. #332 - Laurie B says:

    Your bookcase looks wonderful. I would love to have my own tools. (I can never find hubby’s tools when I need one.) Thanks for the chance to win. 🙂

  330. #333 - Jeanne says:

    Love the Dremel tools! My to do list is always growing. (Sadly the budget is not)
    A Dremel tool would seriously help me tackle so many of my projects.
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

  331. #334 - Misty L says:

    OH My! I would fix the kitchen cabinet, the door on the screen porch, but mostly, I also have a fuse box in my pantry. I would love to put shelves around it and use that space for more storage.

  332. #335 - Charity Shilkret says:

    That’s so exciting! I actually have a Dremel on my wish list for this year! I am going to be making a dollhouse soon and thought a Dremel would help. And, I’m not gonna lie, I saw my friends carve a pumpkin with their Dremel and I was super jealous at how easy and beautiful theirs came out 😉 I heard so much about the tool and was told I needed it for every crafting thing I do around the house!

  333. #336 - Misty Morgan says:

    WOW what a awesome giveaway! I Love love your bookcase and the stamps are fabulous. I don’t have a Dremel but would love one. I’m very crafty and would think of a million ways to use this creative tool. Thanks for a chance to win!!

  334. #337 - Susan hahaj says:

    I’d love to win! It is always a good idea to have a large arsenal of tools when you live to be creative!

  335. #338 - Kat Brashears says:

    I first used a Dremel drill just over 40 years ago while working for an optician. It was mounted on a cabinet stand and we used it to repair eyeglass frames in various ways. I was sold then on the multi-functionality of a Dremel!

  336. #339 - jody oto says:

    i’d love to win this, cuz my husband has taken over my dremel..

  337. #340 - Laura M. says:

    Wow. I can’t even imagine all the fun things I could do with those. Well, yeah. Actually I can imagine…….

  338. #341 - Pam Forgerson says:

    My husband and i are collaborating on art for our yard. Currently tin sunflowers. This would be a great addition to our small shop of tools.

  339. #342 - Tracy Scott says:

    The projects would be endless but I would have to hid it from the hubby.

  340. #343 - Nan Jacobson says:

    I am a woman who loves tools and openly admit it. I have a band saw, drill, palm and belt sander and many small hand tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers, vice, etc. ) As a single Mom I learned to fix things around the house, repurpose/upcycle furniture, and make gifts for every occasion. Now that my sons are grown and on their own I am reinventing myself and have discovered new hobbies. A few years ago I began a small jewelry business upcycling vintage jewelry and participating in juried craft shows. Designing and creating my own unique jewelry displays is next on my list. A Dremel would be a wonderful addition to my new business. I firmly believe that learning to use tools gives women a sense of power and control that only makes us stronger. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win such a wonderful tool. The project possibilities are endless.

  341. #344 - Petrina says:

    whoa. Love the book shelves. Where were all those books hiding before you had all this shelf space for them? That’s what I’d like to know. ha!

    And come on baby, gimme some dremel!!

  342. #345 - Sharrieboberry says:

    I bought my mom a Dremel and accessories for Christmas. But I do not have one!

    I always thought one would come in handy for cutting, sanding, and grinding for those smaller jobs (and repair jobs) that I want done now but do not want to use a larger tool for.

    Very cool!

  343. #346 - Jason says:

    I’d like to win a Dremel so I can give it to my wife and she can make, fix, and craft to her heart’s content. And maybe she’ll let me use it every once in a while.

  344. #347 - Diana Johannesen says:

    love this…thanks for giveaway

  345. #348 - Tina W says:

    I think a Dremel would expand my crafting and sewing world. There are so many crafting classes these days which use a Dremel, but since I don’t have one, I can’t take the classes. 🙁

  346. #349 - Diana Johannesen says:

    i want to try making hearts for favor with initials cut in with dremel tool.

  347. #350 - Beth Boon says:

    I could do many, many things with one of these! My husband is too busy to do things around the house so it usually falls to me, or to my Dad when he visits once a year.

  348. #351 - Rachael H. says:

    The bookcase looks fantastic! i love all of the color that the books bring. we have two pretty big bookcases that are black but i think i like the white color better. there are a lot of projects that i can think of that my husband (and me!) would love to have this dremel for.

    Thanks for the chance!

  349. #352 - liz eckmann says:

    I have a really old Dremel that belonged to my father that I use all the time. But I am in the process of re-doing my studio and would love to have the wood cutters!

  350. #353 - Lynne Weinberger says:

    Dreams of Dremel, like sugar plums, inspire me to get the job done. Found-object redo’s, jewelry, paper, the list goes on with crafty capers.

  351. #354 - Jean says:

    Dremel, help me shape the clouds of ideas in the sky of my mind.

  352. #355 - Laurie Curtis says:

    I use my Dremel rotary tool everyday and I would love a new one! The one I have is still going strong so I’ll give that to my daughter if I win! The the sander bit is perfect for sanding off stilt marks on the bottom of my pottery. I use a diamond bit to drill holes in sea glass & old pottery chards for jewelry. Work and play wouldn’t be nearly as much fun without Dremel.

    Thank you so much for making such a fine dependable product!

  353. #356 - Jacque says:

    I love Dremel tools! Unfortunately, we had a burglary a few months ago and my Dremel tools were stolen (along with all of my husband’s power tools, artwork, and more) and so far I have not been able to afford replacements. (Insurance pays about i/5 of the value!) I would love to win one! Thank you for the opportunity.

  354. #357 - Cyndi Kudelka says:

    This a perfect tool for me. Can’t lift heavy tools due to arthritis and with this I can do things again.

  355. #358 - Katie G says:

    That is a great bookshelf. I think every woman should have her own set of tools.

  356. #359 - JosephineTomato says:

    I had no idea it was that versatile. Would love to win this.

  357. #360 - Pamela H says:

    What a great use for a tool I’ve long coveted. I love reading how many new uses you find for all of your tools!

  358. #361 - Barbara says:

    I’d love a Dremel – I’d work on some new jewelry designs.

  359. #362 - Kari says:

    What a handy tool! I have never seen some of the attachments you highlighted. That would get a lot of use in my house.

  360. #363 - G Peters says:

    I’ve wanted a Dremel FOREVER!

  361. #364 - Judy Cornelison says:

    Oh Dremel – how I love thee!! I have so many projects in mind around the house. These tools would certainly get a workout!

  362. after my divorce , the first thingies bought was a dremel. even the tiny version saved me when retrofitting a new floor in my daughter’s room. i can’t imagine these deluxe versions!

  363. #366 - Doreen says:

    Oh my! These Dremel kits look so cool! I’d love to be entered into you contest!

  364. #367 - Sharon Kavanagh says:


  365. #368 - Sharon Kavanagh says:

    DREMELS NOT DIAMONDS are a girl’s best friend!!!!!

  366. #369 - April lucas says:

    I have a whole list in my head my hubby says he is going to get me one but that’s been years now. There is so many things you could do the possibilities are endless. I love your bookcase

  367. #370 - Lisa Macdonald says:

    I just redecorated my craft room into the perfectly organized and decorated creatvie space. There’s just one thing missing!-A Dremel rotary tool. I was just telling my husband that this would be the perfect gift for me for my birthday. I would use it to finish my framed art, lighting projects, heck-a little bit of everything!!

  368. #371 - Deb C says:

    I love Dremel tools! I have an original Dremel Rotary Tool and it still works perfectly but I’d love to have an updated version. The Max would be sweet!

  369. #372 - Janelle Machen says:

    I would love to try the Dremel on one of the gazillion projects I have going on!! Thanks for the giveaway and I love your bookcase.

  370. #373 - Sue says:

    I’m just getting brave enough to work with wood. I used to think I did paint and sewing and crafting in general but I’m learning I can build too. A dremel could change my life!

  371. #374 - Colette Lee says:

    Wow!! I am so impressed with your accomplishment! It looks amazing! Thanks for sharing!!

  372. #375 - Dawn says:

    On a recent trip to Hawaii my daughter and I packed, you guessed it, her wee dremel tool. We used it to drill holes in some sea shells (bought at a local shop) to make jewelry. We would have loved to have a diamond bit to drill sea glass too. I love these tools, they are a perfect size.

  373. #376 - Erin says:

    Love your blog! This spring my 11 yr. old daughter will complete 10 hours of volunteer work in order to participate in a type of soap box derby race at her school. Parent volunteers are needed to help build the cars and I would love to be one of the few women builders. Arriving with some awesome Dremel tools would be really fantastic!

  374. #377 - G says:

    Wow this is just what I need and have wanted so I can try all the handy and creative projects on the web from fabulous and generous bloggers like you !!

  375. #378 - Lisa says:

    Wow! This would be fantastic for all sorts of projects, like some of my upholstery projects!

  376. #379 - Nick says:

    I would make a work bench to keep all my other tools!

  377. #380 - Karyl says:

    I LOVE the Dremel! I’ve used mine for making penny necklaces to sanding craft projects to mini fixer projects in my house. Alas! My Dremel is on it’s last leg and I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to replace it with a new and improved version. Oh what I could get done! Everyone should have a Dremel.

  378. #381 - Shawn Davis says:

    Seeing what you built with the Dremmel has inspired me to take more risk and try my hand at larger projects that need some form of a powertool. such as some planters, shelving unit and the possiblities are endless. Thanks for the chance to win.

  379. #382 - Jen H says:

    We are just beginning to redo some furniture and I’m sure the Dremel tools would be very handy for us! 🙂

  380. #383 - Maybee's Mom says:

    I would love to own this, as would 388 others…seems l ike it would do Everything

  381. #384 - Faith says:

    I’m a halloweenie. So I’d be making some of the props I’ve been meaning to make for years!

  382. #385 - Afshan FN says:

    <3 would love to win a giveaway for a change!

  383. #386 - kat moorcones says:

    Talk about handy. Ive been wanting one for years. And my to do list is years long too! Cant wait to put it to work. Thanks for the great blog.

  384. #387 - So says:

    My husband would love this. I enjoy your blogs!

  385. #388 - Terri Barton says:

    I have been drooling over these tools for almost a year! They are fabulous!

  386. #389 - Sandy says:

    I have been wanting a Dremel forever it feels like and I’m getting up there in years now. *smiles* I have little feeling in much of my left hand (my predominent hand of course) due to disability and once got to use a friends Dremel to make a routed edge on a bookshelf and to sand those edges and I LOVED it!! No way can I use a regular router and even the sanding was easier than using a palm sander. I have dreams of more shelves and for making lots of gifts for family and friends so it sure would be wonderful to win this!!! Crossing my fingers and dancing an Irish jig for some good ol’ luck of the Irish. Thanks for this giveaway.

  387. #390 - Thirddyfrk says:

    I am so happy you won and I love what you did with. The shelving unit is gorgeous. I am very jealous of it. May need to make me one for all of my book. Never enough storage in my place. I will put it on the list of items to build the next time I need to hammer my aggression/stress away.

  388. #391 - Crisa Mccarty says:

    What a great project to feature. I love dremel tools. My favorite use had beenfurbishing spool furniture. Best way into tiny curves ever!

  389. #392 - Lisa P says:

    Thanks for sponsoring the great giveaway! I don’t own a dremel and am forever borrowing my brother-in-laws or my Dad’s for various projects. My dog refuses to have his nails clipped using a clipper, but will let us use the dremel to file down his nails. Silly dog!

  390. #393 - Vanessa says:

    I love my Dremel! I really like how your studio barn is coming along, and what a great and simple solution to the breaker box dilemma. I’m looking forward to seeing your finished studio!

  391. #394 - Jennifer Y says:

    I’m not very handy, but I want to learn! The Dremel sounds like a wonderful tool to have, and would inspire me to try out more projects.

  392. #395 - david says:

    The barn is looking awesome! And you’ve reminded me that I have a dremel that I need to pull out again. It’s old but very useful.

  393. #396 - Jean Rosser says:

    The answer is not what could you do with this tool, but what couldn’t you do? I love to repurpose things and I can see this tool useful for grinding nails off of vintage molding, cleaning the chalk out of an old window, sanding hard to reach places on a piece of antique furniture and many, many more uses.

  394. Cathe!!! The bookcases are so awesome and you used these wonderful tools to totally solve your problem. I’d love a chance to win some of these goodies:)

  395. #398 - Bill B says:

    I was just looking at different dremels today. I do not own one but after being inspired by Handspring Puppets’ work in Warhorse, I am planning a large scale puppet project this summer and I think it is just the excuse I need to buy one (or win one!)

  396. #399 - Erica H says:

    Your room is looking great! We have some remodeling to do to get our house ready to sell. These tools would be great!

  397. #400 - Christina Selwood says:

    I would love to win one of these, Ive been wanting one for years. Love this page I just found it 🙂

  398. #401 - Ellen says:

    It would be awesome to win a Dremel – great for so many projects.

  399. #402 - Spencer says:

    Oh how I love a chickie with a solution. AWESOME. I am the handy “man” around here. My husband, born and raised in Hawaii on a surfboard, knows NOTHING about building, but I LOVE it and am always whipping up a little something. He’ll tell the neighbors “if you hear saws here, it’s my wife making something, not me”… I’d be thrilled to win these fabulous tools. Please throw me into the hat.

    Thanks so much!


  400. #403 - Miss Cherry Heart says:

    Mr. Hubbys manly man tools intimidate me.
    But you make the dremel look so easy I would not hesitate to pick it up and get creating! Oh the many projects I could get done without waiting for Mr Hubby to help!

    Thank you for the wonderful give away!
    Miss Cherry Heart

  401. #404 - Debra Summers says:

    I am a long time crafter-DIYer. I have a old-old dremel that is still going strong. I have been eyeing the Dremel Oscillating tool. I could really get alot of DIYs done with that. I wouldn’t mind a New Dremel and pass the old one to one of my kids. Love you ideas. Thanks for sharing

  402. #405 - NR says:

    I have a Dremel Cordless, but I can’t find it. I would love to win. Thanks for the giveaway!

  403. #406 - Christine Edwards says:

    Wow, what a fab giveaway! I love the Dremel tools, since they’re the perfect size and not as intimidating as full-size power tools. Thanks!

  404. #407 - Loohoo says:

    We have been talking about installing crown molding in the house. This is such a handy tool for that. Also I would love to add a hole to the top of an old desk of mine for power cords!

  405. #408 - Claire Splan says:

    I’ve been lusting after a Dremel tool for ages. Would so love to win!

  406. #409 - Jessica says:

    I have always wanted a Dremel!