Wednesday, January 7, 2015

CHA GRAPHIC 45 SNEAK PEEK PROJECT and GIVEAWAY!!

Good Morning Everyone!

This week Graphic 45 is showing Sneak Peeks of projects using their new collections!  Today is HOME SWEET HOME and I would be honored if you would join me over at Graphic 45's blog to see what I dreamed up!

Of course I will give you a little peek here first...do ya wanna see?  BUT WAIT...THERE'S MORE! LOL!!  Let's make this fun!

If you will leave a comment here as well as on Graphic 45's Blog, (Yes, I will check!) I will do a random number drawing from those that commented on Thursday Morning and pick one winner!!  What will you get?  Well,  you will get this completed project with all the fixin's....the tutorial of how to make one yourself....and a Graphic 45 Goodie Box filled with Graphic 45 Goodness!

Now for a sneak...

Home Sweet Home Hutch and Mini



Hope you like it and this amazing collection for Graphic 45!  Thanks for coming by!  REMEMBER!  Please leave a comment below and on Graphic 45's Blog HERE for a chance to win this Home Sweet Home Hutch and Mini, the tutorial and a G45 Goodie Box!

By the way, If you win, I will ship you your prize when I get get back from LA...Around the 15th...

Have an Awesome day!

Jim
The Gentleman Crafter

200 comments:

  1. Omg Jim this project is AMAZING! Once again you have knocked it out of the park. I'm off to see more of it on Graphic 45

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  2. What a unique and wonderful idea. I used to have a hutch similar to this. Mine was called a Hoosier hutch. You are so creative, Jim! This is fantastic!!

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  3. I love it, reminds me of my Grandmothers kitchen.

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  4. OMG I LOVE IT AND I HAVE TO HAVE IT BEAUTIFUL AS ALWAYS. YOU DID A AWESOME JOB!!!!!!!!

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  6. How absolutely adorable!!! The hutch looks just like the one my mom had in her kitchen right down to the mitt hanging on the knob LOL!! I'm loving it :)

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  7. This is awesome. I wish I had your creativity and talent.

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  8. Love it!!! What a great project. Hope it ends up in my Home Sweet Home lol.

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  9. Knocked it out of the kitchen with this project. Can't wait for the totorial.

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  10. All I can say is OMG. How awesome is this one. I can't wait for the tutorial on it. I am going to have to try my best to make one. You nailed this one Jim. I am loving it also.

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  11. Very very cute...turned out great.....love the accessories!!!!

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  12. I love this, it would be perfect for my daughter in law to put family recipes in. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. This is absolutly amazing. I would love to be the winner of your give away, but if not I hope that you will make a tutorial. I will make this one asap. Love it. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  14. Oh Wow I wish I had as much talent as you! Have fun at CHA!

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  15. Absolutely positively my favorite project yet! Can't wait til the tutorial is in the shop! !!! I really really really want this! Reminds me of my mom :)

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  16. Love it Jim! You are so creative!!

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  17. OMG this is so stinking cute!! It would make such a great recipe box! LOVE IT!

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  18. that is amazing.. love, love, love it

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  19. What an amazing project, LOVE it!!

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  20. you did an amazing job. Love your kitchen

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  21. Ahhhh...memories of my grandmother's kitchen.....luv it!

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  22. Jim, this is so amazing!!!! Love, Love, LOVE it! Great job!!!
    Donna Schrader aka alaskacrafter

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  23. Oh my word...this project is adorable. Love it!

    Skrappy6

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  24. Amazing, as always my dear. Love it.

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  25. Jim, Your talent ceases to amaze me! I would love to have 1 gram of your creativity. You are AWESOME~

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  26. This is soooooooo cute. Just love--love--love it. Can't wait to get the tutorial.

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  27. Jim, your hutch is just amazing. I too really like this new paper line. It make me feel warm and fuzzy inside.

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  28. Love it!, will be perfect to save those good memories of my childhood. =)

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  29. Love it. I would so keep in the kitchen. Jim u r so talented and i love everything u create. Grear job on this.

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  30. Jim I see a new profession for you as a furniture designer! I love this and how cool would it be life size?

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  31. Oh my stars.....Jim this is off the Precious Meter! Destined to be one of my favorites!

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  32. Brilliant, clever and amazing. You are so talented!!

    Sheila

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  33. Your high level of creativity and design astound me.You are an inspiration.

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  34. Over the top cute Jim.

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  35. just have to have that hutch....an awesome design

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  36. Clean, classy, sleek design. Timeless piece. Great work Jim!

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  37. OMG, I just bought a gorgeous hutch to turn into a baking cupboard and it is so similar to yours, I just love it. I want to win yours, however, if I don't, I want to buy the tutorial so badly. Absolutely love this. Now I'm going to Graphic 45 to comment.

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  38. Wow! I have a Hoosier cabinet in my dining room, this would look awesome displayed there!

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  39. My two favorite artistic loves--- dollhouse miniatures/room boxes and papercrafting. You've combined them both into an exquisite piece! Wow! Love this; thanks for sharing....

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  40. Oh how awesome. Reminds me of a Hutch we had years ago

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  41. Guaauuu lo ve this Jim is really cute!! This is Coca-Cola? Mini coca cola??

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  42. This is beyond STUNNING!!! You never cease to amaze me (and everyone else) with all of your creativity! The hutch is fantastic and I love the vintagy feel to it. Well done Jim. Thank you for all the inspiration! Oh, I can't lie... crossing all my fingers, toes, eyes and everything else that I'll be the lucky winner! LOL

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  43. WOW! This is fabulous! This piece has brought back so many wonderful memories of long ago when I was baking with my grandmother as she had a Hutch very similar to this one. This would make a great keepsake to store those recipes. Thank you so much for sharing and for the chance to win.

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  44. Oh My... This is simply awesome. You thought of everything. Jim I am so proud of you for.living your dream. You continue to amaze me with your creativity! This would be a gorgeous addition to my kitchen! Just saying'... Hugs and thank you for a chance to own one of your originals! :)

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  45. What a perfect project for an incredible product line! Just perfect. I'm all over this one.

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  46. Always love your projects. This project is amazing. You make everything so perfect and with such detail-who wouldn't want to own one of your creations.

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  47. Absolutely amazing. Brings back many childhood memories. Will there be a tutorial for this?

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  48. Wow, this looks gorgeous. You gave every detail your attention. Really stunning. It brings back childhood memories....Love the little book...
    Greetings Miranda

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  49. Jim your projects are amazing! I love this hutch it looks like one my grandmother used to have. I would love to make one to my mom!

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  50. Thanks for the endless ideas which are always so well executed!

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  51. Wow! You've done it again!!! This kitchenette is amazing!!! :)

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  52. Jim what an amazing project. I absolutely love it. Thanks for a chance to win this amazing project. Even if I don't win I'm still going to get the tutorial for this when its available.

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  53. Just Love everything you make

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  54. Your project is wonderful! Love your detailed work!

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  55. Jim I just love this! Looking forward to a tutorial!

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  56. Another fantastic job! This would be so cute to do a mini album of family recipes. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. You never cease to amaze me!!!

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  57. Love this cupboard. I have my Mother's in my kitchen. Would love to win this one. Thanks for all of your wonderful inspiration.

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  58. I love it, Hopefully the tutorial will be available...

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  59. Holy moly! Your projects never cease to amaze me. I live in Hawaii and we don't have anyone who does projects as creative as you do. This project is simply amazing!

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  60. That is so darn cute! My mom would love it in her dollhouse

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  61. This is such an amazing project! I can already picture it in my kitchen with recipes in the mini...Thanks so much for the chance to win it! Debbie

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  62. This is a great project Jim. Have fun at CHA.

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  63. Home Sweet Home hutch and mini album
    Ray Ann

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  64. OMG! I love it! Once again you amaze me. Gotta have it!

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  65. I stared at every single detail of this project, I love it! Jim, hands down, this is my favorite project from you thus far! (and I adored your lighthouse and felt it impossible to beat, UNTIL NOW)! I so want to win this Jim Hankins original! Good luck & have great time at CHA! Wish I were going...

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  66. Oh. My. Word. This is amazing! I love it and must have one. You've done it again!

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  67. Jim this is beautiful, as all your work is. I love graphic 45 paper but the stores in Arizona don't carry it. This would be a wonderful project to win!
    Thank you

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  68. You are so talented and entertaining, love this project, love all your amazing creations. Have a terrific and fun adventure at CHA.

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  69. Luv Luv this project, it is wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  70. You never seese (spelling??) to amaze me. I wish my brain worked like yours. This project is great! Is it made with one of the new window shadow boxes & maybe a configuration box? Just fantastic! TFS!

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  71. Another wonderful idea. I just love seeing the ideas you come up with and trying to recreate them. You make this hobby so very much fun.

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  72. I love G45! This project is awesome! I love how the bottom of the cabinet opens. You must have had so much fun finding all the little pieces you've added to it! Thanks for the fun chance to win it.

    Noreen
    Crafty Journal

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  73. This brings back childhood memories. Love it!

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  74. Makes me want to tie on an apron and pop in a DVD of Hazel! (I'm SO dating myself here!) Love, love this! Like the best combo of doll house and scrapbooking goodness. The hidden minibook compartment puts it right over the top. One of my fave G45 samples in ages. Have a blast at CHA! I hope inspiration continues to strike, so we can all continue to be inspired as well. Also? PICK ME! :)))

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  75. All I can say is OMG! You did it again Jim! A perfect project with the perfect paper as always. LOVE IT!

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  76. ...this is ** kitchen-a-riffic **...you out did yourself..( and yes..left a msg there too ) lol thanks for offering a
    wonderful give-a-way!!

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  77. Would love to have this in a full size version. It would be the center of my greatroom. Jim you out did yourself. Thank you.

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  78. ******THUD************ yes, that's me hitting the floor.... ouch!!!! Trying to stand up again... whew... OMG!!! This is fabulous!!! I honestly can not fathom having the creative mind that you do! And the ability to actually bring it to life. I bow to you, Sir Jim!!!!!! Love, love, love it!! Oh, did I happen to mention how I love this project!!!!!!!! Thank you for inspiring us all!!!!
    Teri

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  79. There's no end to your creative talents Jim - this is fantastic! I love the way that the mini is hidden at the bottom and it would be perfect for keeping family recipes and kitchen cuttings. I will need the tutorial for this for sure!

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  80. This just blows my mind! I cannot express how much I love this hutch. Jim, once again, you have outdone yourself.

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  81. Absolutely Amazing Jim!!!!! luv it...I want this one!! hope your having a great time at CHA...keep us updated

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  82. WOW, WOW AND WOW! I have a rug burn on my chin when it hit the floor! Amazing piece!

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  83. Oh my gosh Jim, what a wonderful piece! I would love to win it and all the rest (as would anyone else). I'm off to the G45 site to praise you there!

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  84. Wow! I love this so much. It reminds me of the hutch that was in my grandmother-in-law's kitchen. Thank you for being so talented Jim and sharing that talent with us.

    -Dorothy Freeman

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  85. I love this project. What a wonderful way to display family recipes.

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  86. I think this is my favorite 3D that you have ever done! It is adorable!

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  87. Wow! Truly stunning! Love the papers and all the cool embellishments!

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  88. Oh my goodness !!! I love it !!What is that paper selection??? I want it ! I need it !! I do Vintage cookbooks and it is very hard to find the "just right" papers !! G.C. you have done it again !!!Your my hero !!!

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  89. This project has to be my all time favorite. I will go over to see more of it on Graphic 45 blog. Thank you for all the inspiration.

    Debbie Bradley

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  90. Such a cute project. The paper line is perfect for it.

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  91. I'm speechless!!!!

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  92. the best. I love what comes out of your brain and into those fingers of yours. You are amazing Jim and I love your work

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  93. Love it!! You are so imaginative!

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  94. This project is fabulous! I love papercrafting, and I also love anything miniature. I make doll houses. I love all your projects, but this is exceptional! The new G45 collection is beautiful.

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  95. I waited up until 3am for the G45 email to come out. Guess what, it was for esterdays paper. I always get them a day late!!! HA So I kept checking the site and nothing, so I went to bed. Your post was the first thing that showed on my FB page this morning!!! I am totally in love with this project!!! Both my grandmother's had old fashion kitchens. As a child I had a wooden hutch that I played with. It was a refurnished piece of another family member. I loved that hutch and was sad when it was thrown away. The weather did it's number on it after we moved in a house and it had to go on a covered patio instead of a playroom. You did a great job on this one!!!

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  96. I don't normally go for abbreviations, but OMG is this a fantastic project or what?!
    Fantastic results using influence from Graphic45.

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  97. This is an amazing project! You are so talented! Thanks for sharing.

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  98. Jim, You come up with the best projects! You have the most fantastic mind!!!

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  99. Oh my gosh! that is the coolest thing ever!!!

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  100. This so reminds me of my grams at the farm. Love your designs and thanks for the memories!!

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  101. WOW...and WOW...again!!! LOVE IT!!! You did a great job creating and decorating the awesome hutch!!! Love all the little goodies you found to dress it up!!!

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  102. As I said over at G45-this collection takes me back 60+ years. Your project truly struck home. She had a small,albeit wooden, curio shelf on our kitchen wall. It held little miniature Flow Blue pieces she had brought from Barbados in the early 20's. Definitely one of my favorite childhood memories when I was allowed to have tea parties with them. Thank ou and G$% for bringing it back to me.

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  103. All I can say is WOW, I love 3D projects and this one is just stunning, you certainly 'dreamed up' a brilliant project!

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  104. Love this paper design and can't wait to get some of it. Your hutch is so stinkin' cute. Amazes me how you come up with the projects you do. Amazing!! Keep inspiring us !!

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  105. I love 3d great project and I love G45!

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  106. Awesome as usual, loving this project

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  107. It's a wonder what you can create with chipboard and a Graphic 45 paper line--I am so very impressed!

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  108. Wow this is amazing! This is my great grandma Lillian's birthday and your project really reminds me of her. It is always so fun to see what you create.

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  109. Jim, this is fantastic! I love it! I've never seen the bags of flour but you can be sure I'll be looking for them! And the case of coke! I so hope you will sell this tutorial! I love it!

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  110. This would be so perfect for me because my second hobby is miniatures!! I have been at the forefront of getting our local club to recognize how great it is to incorporate paper crafting into their miniatures. A few months ago, there were even two separate articles in our miniatures association publication about paper crafting. Keeping my fingers crossed, Jim!!

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  111. This is just gorgeous! How do you do it, Jim? Every design you create is simply amazing! Thanks!
    ~Kris~

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  112. Your projects are always amazing!!!! Thanks for showing this to us!!!!!

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  113. Being of an age when most all kitchens had a similar "hutch", this rang a memory bell for me. Great project Jim!!

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  114. Wow I have always wanted one of these in real size, this is just so wonderful.

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  115. I love the concept, and all of the terrific details! What an amazing pair of projects! Thanks for inspiring me!

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  116. Wow! So darn cute and such a generous giveaway - thank you for the chance to win! *hugs*

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  117. You are just so fabulously talented JIm! Great project and gorgeous papers!

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  118. Omg this is the best g45 design I've seen I love it. I would give this a wonderful space in my craft room to inspire me. And if I don't win I'll print off a picture to put there instead . X

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  119. Holy Guacomole! What the 'Gentleman" you are, Jim, to pick someone to win all that fun stuff. What you did with "Home Sweet Home" is so dang cute, I can't stand it. I love your work!

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  120. OMG! :-) This is the cutest little hutch! I would be totally honored to win this prize! Thanks for the chance and everything you do to keep us entertained and busy!

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  121. As usual,awesome project, that's why I follow you. TY for the opportunity to win it.

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  122. This is just amazing and beautiful, well everything you do is but this just has me itching to making one, can't wait to be able to!!! Love your projects they have so much creativity in them.

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  123. This is the cutest thing!!!! Jim you are so creative!!! Just Love it!!!

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  124. I so love this project!!! Just amazing!!!

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  125. Love this project and all of yours Jim. You are the best creator for Graphic 45.

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  126. oh my, this is so cool. the design and the way you bring elements together always amazes me. love all of the embellies too.

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  127. This is amazing! I really need to make a recipe book and I love the style.

    I'm R. Heaps on the G45 blog :p

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  128. This is too sweet! Such creative ideas you have. I love the little flour sacks in the cabinets!

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  129. I can't believe it! It's like looking at my grandmother's kitchen corner. There is no way I am not making this hutch. I am adding a miniature picture frame with her picture in it. What a great paper. I don't know where to spend my money! Have a safe and fun trip at CHA. Send video and pics. Knock them dead. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Blessings.

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  130. Jim, Love the hutch, love the paper, You outdid yourself this time!!!

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  131. Jim- This is fantastic! I love how perfect the miniatures are! I love the book, along with the compartment it comes out of! These new papers are wonderful! I hope you will make a kit/tutorial for this project!!!

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  132. Hi Jim I bet you had fun making this one. It's as cute as can be. So well done. Iris,SavedbyGrace

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  133. Jim, I LOVE this! It reminds me of my Grandmas kitchen, can't wait for this paper and your tutorial! wonderful job!

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  134. I love it!! I am definitely going to be making this. Cannot wait to see what else you have in store for us this year :)

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  135. Beautiful Jim, love all the finishing touches on this piece just wonderful

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  136. Too CUTE!!! Love the mini in the cabinet. Also love this new G45 collection.

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  137. Jim, I love the way your mind works! The way the front opens to reveal the mini is ingenious.... The graphic 45 papers are perfect for this project. Great work, Jim!

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  138. I couldent believe my eyes when I first saw it this little kitchen is soo amazing that I thought it is a real big one.Great job and all the little details can`t belive it,that I don`t speak how positive shocked I was that ther is a mini hidden inside. AWESOME JOB!!!!!!!

    XOXO Vilinke

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  139. Oh my! I love this. Amazing. Can't wait to get the tutorial.

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  140. I saw this today on the G45 blog and thought "Wow, Jim's done it again!" Wonderful way to use this fabulous collection.

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  141. Incredible, I love the little kitchen. A little girl would adore it. I do hope you teach how to construct it sometime.

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  142. You've done it again! I love your work! I would love to win, but if not I will be looking to buy this paper!

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  143. I commented on G45's blog earlier this morning, and even mentioned your project! Whoop, whoop! So, it really is cool.

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  144. Absolutely amazing. I love the look and the mechanics of this hutch; and the mini besides(?!) This is a slice-of-heaven creation.

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  145. Love this project Jim, the papers are absolutely perfect. I have a very old hutch like this in my kitchen. My grandfather built it in the 1930's. I would love to build this project.

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  146. Love, love, love. Amazing work as always. The pull down mini storage was a lovely surprise.

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  147. How adorable is this it's just fantastic :) Love the vintage look of it all

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  148. You hit it out of the park again Jim. This is so wonderful. I am in love with it.

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  149. I've been down and out for over a week with a sinus infection and I think I see the cure in that hutch.
    A-ma-zing

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  150. Love the collection and the Sneeks! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  151. So wonderful, especially like the addition of the dollhouse miniatures. And the fact that it contains a mini is great. Good luck to all!

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  152. ,I always seem to love your style and this is no exception! Beautifully done!

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  153. Oh my, Jimbo! You never cease to amaze and inspire. This is Auntie Bella's kitchen! I am a G45 hoarder, so I sense the need for therapy coming on... Hugs.

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  154. This is adorable!!! Love all Graphic 45!! What a great use for this collection!!!

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  155. Wowser Bowser Jim. Absolutely stunning!. I want to make this for me! I never win anything so I have resigned myself to purchase and create!

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  156. How stink'n cute is this!!!!! The possibilities are flying through my little brain!!!! Enjoy CHA... I am jealous!

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  157. Fabulous! I love the way the bottom flips out like an oven door! So kitcheny!

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  158. HI Love Graphic 45 papers. Love what you made with this collection.I am a new follower love your ideas.
    Whould love to win this one . Linda

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  159. Awesome! What an adorable hutch and mini. Love this.

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  160. Oh Jim! You've done it again! I have a,ways wanted a Hoosier in my kitchen but it isn't big enough ( the kitchen).

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  161. I used to have a doll house shop. Of course I have more than one doll house, too. this would look terrific in my farm house doll house I am working on now. You are so talented and wonderful to share it with us.

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  162. You are talented in so many ways! Your an inspiration!

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  163. Awesome job Jim !! This would look lovely in my craft room. Thanks for sharing your great talent.

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  164. Beautiful project. I love it!

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  165. Would love to win this adorable project!!

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  166. OMG I love, love, love this! What an amazing project.

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  167. To own one of your creations would be an honor and cherished beyond words!!

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  168. This is fabulous!! I think this is my fav new G45 :)

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  169. Wow! Another awesome project! Jim, you and G45 are my absolute faves!

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  170. Thant is fabulous Jim! You have out done yourself!

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  171. I love this and can't believe you are giving it away. What a fantastic project!

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  172. You've outdone yourself this time, Jim! What a great project! Love it!

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  173. What a wonderful project you created, Jim. This hutch looks like an authentic hutch my grandmother used. It is fabulous. What an honor it would be to win! I'll keep everything crosses! Have fun in California at CHA.

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  174. This is just my style, I LOVE this!!!

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  175. This is so great that if I win, I will make you a good ole banana pudding and bring it to you. Not a bribe really, just sayin'. I love it and want to win it!

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  176. you are just awesome to come up with this project : ) it is stunning i LOVE it!!! You ROCK. Fingers crossed

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  177. AWESOME! Very beautiful and thought/memory provoking. I don't know how you do it but you can see the thinking and development just oozing out from it..........of course you would you that; and yes that would be perfect there; and if only that could do that; and wouldnt that be great if it looked like that......etc etc etc! You have an amazing high IQ in craft! Very jealous. :))

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  178. This is super adorable..I want a full size one in my dining room..well done..

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  179. I just love it. Showed to my husband and I would love to see a tutorial how to make this. Can't wait till I can get all the new paper Collections from G 45. Thank you for sharing your Amazing Craft and wish you a wonderful Craft year 2015:) Thank you and lots of hugs from Sweden:)

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  180. OH good grief Jim I didn't think your creations could get any better...I hope if I don't win this that you offer the pattern because I'd love to make this for myself!

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  181. Wow !!!!!!!
    It's insane...
    How do you do it???

    Happy New year from Kaia

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  182. I am so in love with this project! It's just amazing and love the papers!

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  183. Jim, this is so darn cute!!!!!! It's amazing seeing your projects and how far you have taken them!

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  184. My wife showed me this, who loves your work and is quite talented herself! I'm always amazed at the quality of projects like this and how you've made something useful and a wonderful sight to behold. Great stuff and thanks for sharing your talent!

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  185. Oh how I would love to win this, just so I could show it off to my friends! Jim you amaze me! You just blow me away with your imagination!

    Now if I can just figure out where to comment on the Graphic 45 blog...lol

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  186. Well, darn, I didn't get this email until this morning! I love the cabinet. It is just amazing.

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  187. Jim, you never cease to amaze me with your creations. I wish I were even half as talented. This is just awesome!

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  188. You are amazing! How do you continue to come up with these wonderful projects?? I love all of them, but this takes the cake!!

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  189. I just love your work, most of all your funny little quips... You make everything look so great, I am forever trying to do your projects and loving it. Hope you had fun in La...

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