Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Dremel Giveaway! Merry Early Christmas!

*This Giveaway is Now Closed. Check Back Soon to see who the Winner is!*


Woo Hoo! Dremel is at it again with another great Giveaway and HGTV DIY Expert Chip Wade Tackling America's To Do List Video! 

This time around Chip is showing us how to install Crown Molding (who wouldn't love to know how to do that right?) using the Dremel 8200 Rotary Tool.




You may think that Chip makes this look easy because he's an awesome handy man (which he is); but with your Dremel it is easy! 




And one lucky reader will win a new Dremel Trio! You know how much I love Dremel and the Trio is no execption to this.





Dremel® Trio
As the first tool of its kind, the new Dremel Trio allows do-it-yourselfers to perform the functions of many specialized tools with just one, versatile package. From the wall, to the table, to the floor, the Trio allows users to tackle multiple materials and planes without switching tools. With the Dremel Trio, it’s never been easier or more convenient to Cut. Sand. Rout.™ wherever your project demands.
Functions
  • Cut: With powerful, 360-degree cutting technology and plunge-cut ability, the Trio makes quick and controlled cuts in wood, plastic, drywall, metal and wall tile
  • Sand: The Trio allows users to go where they can’t with most other tools to manage intricate sanding and shaping details
  • Rout: Add finishing touches, such as round or beveled edges, or cutout wording on a wooden surface without changing tools
Versatility
  • The Dremel Trio is the first multi-functional tool of its kind: a spiral jigsaw, edge sander and detail router all in one
  • The Trio’s unique, 90-degree pivoting handle lets users adjust between horizontal or vertical surfaces without switching tools
  • The Dremel Trio Tool system is complete with a full line of accessories and attachments to tackle countless projects in a variety of materials
  • Available attachments include a vacuum attachment, compact depth guide, circle/edge guide
Performance
  • The Dremel Trio offers a speed range of 10,000 – 20,000 rpm with a variable speed dial for greater versatility and optimal control
  • The Dremel Trio has a non-marring base that protects delicate work pieces
  • A telescoping foot provides accurate depth control while cutting, sanding and routing
  • With an on-board dust extraction attachment, the Trio maintains a clean workplace during use
Ergonomics
  • At half the weight and one-third the size of a jigsaw, the Dremel Trio is a compact, light and approachable tool that’s easy to maneuver
  • Lock-on button and multiple grip zones offer added comfort through extended use
  • The Trio’s 90-degree pivoting handle helps users maintain a strong grip for added control and accuracy during any application

Ok, so how can you win one of these babies?



1. Leave a Comment telling me how you would use a Dremel Trio!


2. Become a Follower of Adventures In Creating (Leave a comment if you already are!)

Giveaway starts today and ends Tuesday December 6, 2011 at 11:00 PM EST.  Continental U.S. or Canada only; no P.O. boxes.  Please allow 4-6 weeks for your Trio to arrive. I will choose a winner using Random.org from all eligible entries (comments). I am not compensated for this giveaway.



Good Luck!

And Don't Forget to join the Dremel brand for a #DremelDIY Twitter chat this Thursday, December 1 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. HGTV star and home improvement expert Chip Wade will be talking winterizing a home and top holiday gifts for the home improver or DIY’er. Dremel will be giving away a variety of free tools, so be sure to check it out! I'll be there for sure!

65 comments:

Mik said...

I would use a dremel to cut some trim for a built-in I have that needs a series makeover.

Mik said...

Already a follower of Adventures in Creating!

Jessica @ Beautify My Life said...

I don't know where to start! My husband and I are moving into a new house in a month and there are a ton of projects to be done. Plus we're having a baby in May, so I'm hoping to do some DIYing of furniture for the nursery!

beautifymylife at gmaildotcom

Erin said...

Oooh! We have no cutting tools at all at home, so this would open up a whole world to us! I'd probably start with a bench and some trim.

Erin said...

I've been following you for a little while now:)

Gwen @ The Bold Abode said...

Yo, loyal follower here...dreamin' of dancin' Dremels in my stinkin' sleep...Come on, baby! Be my luckie duckie of a day!!!

Briana Richardson said...

My kitchen needs some help! That's where I would start first!

Briana Richardson said...

I'm a follower!

bquin said...

I don't know where to start, winter is a great time to get started on all my DIY projects especially with the new Dremel. The right tools makes all the difference in doing the job correct. I have been reading your blog now is a good time to be your new follower.

Kari said...

I have so many knick-knacky ideas that I'd love the dremel for.

Sarah said...

I would work on some items for my son's room

Amanda said...

I can think of about a billion and a half different ways I'd use this - I'm always doing some type of project! My husband would be SO excited if I could surprise him with this for Christmas! :)

Amanda said...

Already a follower! :)

Infojunkie1975 said...

I've got a sanding job to do on my grandma's old sideboard. This would be great for getting in all the nooks and crannies.

Anonymous said...

Oh, there are some updates on my kitchen cabinets that I could use the Dremel tools on....Would soooo love them.

Louise in Northeast OK

l.horner@netzero.com

Life, Crafts and Whatever said...

I would love to use it as a router! I always see projects that I want to do, but don't have a router for the finishing touches.

Life, Crafts and Whatever said...

I'm already a follower!

Crystal said...

I want to update our guest bathroom and would use it for that. Thanks for the chance to win!

Catherine @ Cat on a Limb said...

How wouldn't I use the Dremel Trio? I would love to win! Probably my first project with it would be to cut out some big wooden wall art.

Catherine @ Cat on a Limb said...

I am a follower of your blog!

Crystal said...

I'm already a follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

Anglican Parish of St. Martins and Black River said...

We would give it to our son-in-law who has to do work for us every time he visits because my husband is still learning his way around repair, rennovation and decoration work...

The Knapps said...

Would love this for my husband to put up some molding in the dining room

danielleaknapp at gmail dot com

The Knapps said...

I follow via GFC

danielleaknapp at gmail dot com

sunny091 said...

i would use it to rehab my bathroom!

Elise @ Organizing for Everyone said...

I've been working on redoing so much of my home. I've gotten great at painting, but it's time to learn to use a great tool like this! I'd love to be able to make a frame for my bathroom mirror, to start. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tara W. said...

I am a newbie DIYer and the Dremel Trio would come in so handy on a ton of my "projects"!

Tara W. said...

I follow you (twitter) and Dremel (FB)

Mally said...

I hope I win. I love Dremel and Adventures In Creating.

Mally said...

OH JOY! Another Give Away. I love following Adventures In Creating.

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

What a awesome giveaway!
I'm already a follower.

sandraallen260@centurytel.net

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

I don't know where to begin! I have 101 projects in my garage to do, seriously. And we have some work to be done witha cabinets and such in the bathroom and some in the basement, this could come in handy!

sandraallen260@centurytel.net

Jen@GarageSaleDiaries said...

oh wow! A Dremel Trio is now my new obsession! I cannot believe what this thing can do! I will definitely use it to sand and cut. I have never done routing before. But I would be excited to learn! I would love to sand my garage sale furniture with this!!!

Jen@GarageSaleDiaries said...

I am now following your blog, pinterest & twitter!

Jodi said...

I'd use a Dremel Trio to finally cut the insert out of this dated little cabinet I have and install some chicken wire in it's place - for starters. With my to do list, I could find many more things to do with it. lol

Jodi said...

I am now following Adventures in Creating, as well.

Kim said...

I could definitely use this for some up cycling projects I have in mind. Theres a blog called knock off wood that has a ton of plans for making your own knock off versions of expensive furniture and this will be perfect!

Kim said...

I'm following you! Thanks for checking out my blog!

Karie @ The HoB said...

I would use the Dremel Trio to make cut out reindeer!

Karie @ The HoB said...

I am following Adventures in Creating! Thank you for checking out my blog!

Janet said...

This tool sounds amazing! I have a piece of wood that needs to be cut and routered for a window ledge. I think this might just be what I need to get the job done. Thanks for the giveaway!

Ashley @ Lewis in Love said...

Fantastic giveaway! I'd totally use this to do some sanding projects I have in mind!!! :)

Rhonda said...

I would love a Dremel tool! My mother made Christmas caroler yard at years ago that looked like my brother and sister and I and I've been wanting to do the same for my daughters!

Rhonda said...

I'm now your newest follower!

Cynthia said...

Now I'm your newest follower! I would use the Dremel to make wooden cutouts.

bethanndodd said...

I am new follower! Looking forward to learning from you ;) Thanks for the chance at this fabulous giveaway.
SMiles~Beth

bethanndodd said...

EEK...this would be so perfect for us right now! We are taking on our very first DIY projects in our 12 year old home. Since we won't be moving anytime soon I decided it was time to change things up a bit. First up is some board and batten...whoo hoo!! Thanks for the chance at this fabulous giveaway! Smiles~Beth

Danielle said...

I have so many unfinished projects b/c I dont have the right tool - this would help a lot!

danne r said...

I would use mine for all new trim in my house. And on all those unfinished projects...

danne r said...

I am a follower as well!

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

I would use a dremel in 100 ways starting in my kitchen :)

Google friend connect isnt showing up but I'll try back later

Jenny

Amy said...

I would love to give this to my brother-in-law...and then have him come over and help us finish all of our "to do" projects! First making new built-ins!

What a great giveaway, thank you for the chance!

kufishy(at)gmail(dot)com
entry #1

Amy said...

I am a new follower. Love your blog!

kufishy(at)gmail(dot)com
entry#2

Schmidty said...

I'd use this dremel on my backlog of DIY projects that include finishing an outdoor table and refinishing/shelving a pantry.

Schmidty said...

I subscribed to your RSS feed.

Kathe said...

I would attack the tile floors in the master bath! Thanks for stopping by for a visit and the invite!

Kathe said...

I am a follower!

Ruth Yoder said...

Hi! I would use the dremel on a stack of things, including a mobile, I'd like to get done!

Ruth Yoder said...

I'm a follower now!

Raising Baby Bee said...

I'm a brand new follower! Thank you for visiting my blog! I'm looking forward to reading more of yours.

Raising Baby Bee said...

What wouldn't I make!? I'm dying to make a wooden nativity set for my daughter so she will hopefully stop playing with my nice one!

Nan @ Playful Decor said...

Hi Rachelle, I came to ask you a question but MUST enter the giveaway too!! What would I do with the Dremel? I'd make a wood cut-out of a truck/crane/ airplane - whatever my boys could agree on! I'm re-doing their bath right now and then next will be their rooms. Check out my in-progress bath so far!

So the question is - are you still designing (as an Int Designer) or are you revamping furniture?

Already following you! Have a great day! Nan

tennis45 said...

I would give it to my beautiful daughter-in-law. Her creative nature is unbelievable. She could take a piece of wood and make something beautiful!

Darling @ Junque 'n my Trunk said...

I have many projects for a tool,like this. I need to rip down a 100 year old garage - & want to reclaim the wood for signs, shelving, wainscotting, Christmas decorations...etc I also am in the beginning stages of ripping out a washroom. We really need to put it back together....soon! I want beadboard, and a fireplace at the end of the tub. This requires a lot of trim. As you can see, I really NEED this tool! I have been a follower for a while - love your blog!

Layn @ reignalayn.blogspot.com said...

How would I not use this dremel tool??? :-) We need to finish our dining room banquet- so this would be perfect.

Thanks for hosting this awesome giveaway!