Giveaway–Mindy Mae’s Market

{This Giveaway is Now Closed}

Today’s giveaway comes from The Idea Room’s newest sponsor…Mindy’s Minute Market.

I am excited to be able to introduce you to this new Daily Deal craft site.  I am addicted to these sites!  Where else can you find the crafting supplies and items you need at such great deals?

Mindy’s Minute Market was started by two women who made some great insights into the crafter and DIYer’s mindset.  How many times have you seen an idea or a craft item for sell in a boutique and thought…”I could make that?”  Guilty!  Haha!  So been there and done that!  But these ladies made some further deductions…

How often do we REALLY make them?


And…if by chance we do make them…we end up spending more to make them than the initial purchase might have been.  As in we had to purchase too much product and now have craft rooms bursting at the seams with extra and overflowing product.

So Mindy’s Minute Market came about to help you to secure just the right amount of crafting material and great prices to get just what you need for that one simple project.  Or…get several discounted items if you can use them.

These two gals are also following the latest trends to provide you with the latest and greatest crafting supplies.  They buy them in bulk to get the best prices and then share one of these great deals every day so that you can get them for a steal of a deal!  Who doesn’t love that?


Okay…here are the details!

Mindy’s Minute Market is giving ONE Lucky Idea Room Reader a ONE MONTH SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE.

What does that mean exactly?  Well basically each daily deal that meets the “Quantity Quota” (the amount needed to be sold for the deal to be “on”) you will get SHIPPED TO YOU FREE OF CHARGE!!  Plus…you will also be the lucky recipient of lots of other goodies, and overages from other deals. 

Things like custom stamps, tulle,chicken wire, DIY custom chalkboard paint kits, finials, magnets, buttons, ribbon, and corks, etc.

Pretty fun right!  Like a fun craft of the month group with new surprises arriving to your home everyday!  A gal could definitely get used to that!


To Enter:

Leave a comment here telling us what items you might like to see being sold at Mindy’s Minute Market .

Additional Entries:

1. Please visit Mindy’s Minute Market and tell us what items you’d like to receive if you are the lucky winner.

2. Mention this Giveaway in a Twitter or Facebook update.

3.  Follow Mindy Mae’s Market on Twitter.

4.  Follow Mindy Mae’s Blog.

You can also find Mindy Mae’s Market on Facebook.


Giveaway closes on Monday, December 5, 2011 at 9:00 pm MT.

*This giveaway is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only.

You may enter to win the Sponsored Crafter Package up to FIVE times.

Please leave a separate comment for each entry.

**This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Mindy Mae’s Market.

However, the opinions and text are all mine.

Contest runs November 29-December 5, 2011.

A random winner will be selected and will be given 48 hours

to claim their prize before a new winner is chosen.

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  1. Nina Stokes says

    Our crafts group makes pillowcase dresses that are sent to little girls all over the world (Dress A Girl Around the World ministry). Our biggest expense is double fold bias tape. We would love to have a more cost efficient resource for that.

  2. says

    I would love to see small scraps of material. Sometimes I truly need less than 1/8 of a yard and you have to buy the full 1/8 so I end up with lots of random material scraps.

  3. Anne Marie says

    I would like to see craft supplies such as styrofoam wreaths, grapevine wreaths and maybe different colored tulle.

  4. Hilary says

    Different types of metal accessories. They always seem to be the hardest and most expensive to find.

  5. sandi says

    I think this is a great idea! I would like just about anything-all types of crafting supplies

  6. says

    i would love to win some of those plastic test tubes or toppers that go with them! What an awesome giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

  7. Becky Jones says

    I would love to see a variety of organization items that have a vintage feel..wire baskets and such..thanks :)

  8. says

    tell us what items you’d like to receive if you are the lucky winner.

    The Time Piece – clock necklace! Gorgeous!

    Yes, I follow on FB and the blog as well.

    Good luck, everyone.

  9. Alyssa P says

    I’d love to see supplies and ideas for making different wreaths would be great additions!

  10. Alyssa P says

    From their selection: I can think of so many uses for the colored string – wrapping, wreaths, ornaments, etc. Would love to receive that in the mail!

  11. says

    What a fabulous idea! I’d love to see some beads/jewelry making stuff. Thanks for the giveaway!

    PS: your links to her store are broken :(

  12. Jennika says

    I would love to win the rings…love them all. I would love to win some of that chicken wire! I have a little women that is getting quite the collection of hair clips that I would love to make a frame and keep them all on the chicken wire! thanks for the chance to win

  13. Marnie says

    I love paper! Everything about it makes me happy. Maybe some ideas for art projects, book making, etc.

  14. Tiffany says

    Oh my goodness, I love it all! I especially love the cabochons, the scarves, and all the necklaces.

  15. Christina Aleo says

    such a great find, it would be awesome if they had glass jars or unfinished whimsical shaped frames

  16. says

    I pretty much love everything they have, but I think the tulle, burlap and chicken wire have the most possibilities in my mind.

  17. Jennifer says

    I love all things crafty, so I love how random the things on there! Not sure what I would want to add!

  18. Jennifer says

    The things currently on the site that I love are the burlap, some of the jewelry and I am not sure what I would do with them but the test tubes caught my eye!!!

  19. Hilary says

    I have been wanting to make those cute glass pendants so I would love to see glass tiles and jewelry making supplies.

  20. says

    If I get to be a lucky duck winner, I think I’d try to stock up on burlap ribbon, twine and craft paper. Buuut, that birdie necklace and earrings are pretty cute, too. Oh, and the pop of color ring!

  21. Rebecca Green says

    Wow, that’s hard. I’m trying really, really hard to be more crafty, mainly because my daughter LOVES doing projects with me!!! But I never know what to do or how to do it or what to buy, so anything that works with my near 4 year old helping me is always great!

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    I am not a jewelry maker. I don’t want to be, because I don’t need another “craft” to have supplies for. ( The ones I do at the moment keep threatening to take over the house – ha!) But lately I’ve been seeing these really cool necklace/bracelets with pearls, ribbons, trim, chain, linen – all mixed up together to make crazy pieces but somehow they work. How about a kit like that? I’d dig that kind of kit – then I wouldn’t have to find a place for the leftover stuff!

  24. says

    Oh if I won, I’d like the Robot Love necklace -very “me”! And the chalk, that would totally be a hit at my house :)

  25. Sharesa says

    I am loving this site! I can’t really think of anything that they haven’t covered! Maybe specialty crafting supplies like glues and stuff that are hard to find in stores.

  26. says

    I just loved seeing all of that stuff that I actually just bought some lolipop sticks and the bunch of cabochons. I would buy more of the same. I would also get some twine.

  27. terressa t. says

    some pre-cut wood-all sizes. even precut wooden letters. also those crafty “paint” cans…but the baker’s twine…now that’s something I would love to get :D this looks like a fun site!

  28. says

    ok totally missed the twine- it is there already, so that is what i would like to try. and what i would like to see…. hmm….. glitter!

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  33. Theresa J says

    I like the variety of items available. The best stuff is craft related items with different ways to use it.

  34. Theresa J says

    I like the burlap, the little scissors, twine, the love birds necklace and pretty much everything else.

  35. says

    Awesome! I just started following their blog. Great to learn about the company!! I would love to get my hands on some corks and burlap – I seem to be ‘pinning’ lots of DIY projects with those materials!

  36. Miranda says

    Wow! I really like what is on there already :) I can’t think of much else to add. I did get some great ideas from lots of the things already on there!
    hallielouwho at gmail dot com

  37. Leslie Schneemann says

    I would love to receive the chicken wire. I think the test tubes and cork would be fun also.

    Leslie S.

  38. cheryl miller says

    i love the buttons and i also love love love the wowwin’ ‘Em with Wire! thanks for the chance to win!

  39. karin niece says

    Would love to win and receive the burlap and chicken wire for starters and the possibilities are endless….

  40. Tracy says

    Anything vintage and/or antique looking. Loving the jewelry and craft ideas. You never know when something different can inspire a great idea… Have a great day!

  41. Shawn says

    would love stuff for my silhouette – vinyl, rhinestones, etc….. thanks for the giveaway!

  42. Becky Greene says

    I would love to seeher sell small amounts of bright colorful yarns – enough to make some mini stockings for Christmas ornaments. Love the idea of multi-colored creations, but it gets expensive! Thanks for the giveaway!

  43. Paula says

    I love burlap projects……so burlap is what I would love to get if I win…..thanks
    Your blog is awesome……

  44. Gwen Windham says

    The Wowwin’ Em With Wire frames are super cute!! They’d look great in my Laundry Room— going for a country/farm look there and the chicken wire would be super cute! :-)

  45. says

    What a fabulous giveaway!! I would like to see directions and materials on how to turn a picture frame into a chalkboard.

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