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Seam Ripper Giveaway

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Barry Hendricks is a true artist in his field creating gorgeous one of a kind pens, letter openers, and my favorite seam rippers! You can visit his Etsy shop by following this link Gorgeous Handmade Seam Rippers by BarrysPens He sent me this acrylic and chrome seam ripper (above) to give to one of you! It is the prettiest Red and it sparkles when you turn it! Barry makes all his items in his backyard shop in Texas!GiveawayThis giveaway is open to everyone (if you are no-reply leave your e-mail in the comment or you can't win).
Note to Google+ users if your email is not in your profile no one can reach you - so leave an e-mail. 1. Tell me in the comments what do you collect? Me, I love seam rippers! 2. Go checkout Barry's Etsy Site Barry's Pen's and More by BarrysPens on Etsy 3. If you follow "In The Boon Docks" you get an extra chance!Three chances to win!Giveaway end March 31, 2017, at Midnight!Create and be unique - Lisa

Cartwright Seam Ripper Winner

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Congratulations to the Winner of theCartwright's Creations
Seam Ripper!

KT April 30, 2014 at 10:22 PM
I think this would be awesome! I am not sure on the wood, but from the name zebrawood sounds pretty cool!

I would like to thank Greg Cartwright for Sponsoring this terrific Giveaway!

(I have sent the winner a email) Thank you all for entering the Giveaway!

Lisa

Cartwright Seam Ripper Giveaway

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Welcome my friends and those who maybe visiting for the first time!

Today, I am so excited to introduce you to a true
West Virginian Artesian, Greg Cartwright, of Cartwright's Creations.
His items are sold in historical shops throughout West Virginia.

He is a lover of reclaimed wood of historical nature
and creator of works of art!

Greg (Cartwright's Creations) & IA note from Greg

Dear Readers

I have provided two seam rippers to Lisa
so she can have one and one to give away.

They are both made from beautiful old growth oak which was reclaimed from the original train depot in Weston (Lewis County), West Virginia. Train service was established in Weston around 1880. This wood is representative of a great part of my passion for this venture in woodworking for me – that is finding wood with a story to it. I must admit that my main focus is pens and pencils but it really doesn’t matter what I am making as long as it is from wood (although I have recently added pens made of …