Dremel Saw-Max Giveaway

I have a fun giveaway for those of you who may be interested in making your own DIY projects…a Dremel Saw-Max.

DIY-Tufted-headboard

If you remember a couple of months ago, I made this Tufted Headboard for my daughter’s room and used the Dremel Saw-Max to cut out the inside of the headboard.

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The Dremel Saw-Max reinvents cutting as you know it. Powerful enough to cut through virtually any material and simple enough to be able to control with one hand. Its compact size and ergonomic design makes it easy to handle, easy to follow the cut line, and easy to store. The Dremel Saw-Max gives users the ability to cut easily and efficiently for a job done right.

We have also recently used the saw to cut off the bottom of some baseboards while helping my mom do some remodeling and installing new tile in her bathroom.

I love that the Saw-Max is so versatile.  I used the Saw-Max to also cut the boards for this North Pole Crate I shared with you recently.  It was so nice to be able to just pull out this little saw instead of the larger saw we normally use.

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I also have a couple of other projects, one for my son’s room to hang his baseball caps and put up some of his memorabilia on that I plan to use the Dremel Saw-Max for.  I will for sure share it with you when I get it finished!

Want to a chance to win a Dremel Saw-Max  (a $99 value) for yourself? Follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter Box below.

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a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Fine Print: Giveaway ends at 11:59pm (MST) on December 9, 2013 . One winner will be chosen at random ad will be given a Dremel Saw-Max.  Must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the U.S.A. to enter. This giveaway is in no way affiliated with Facebook or Pinterest. Facebook and Pinterest will be completely released by each entrant. One entry per person. Entry includes filling out the Rafflecopter form above. Winner will be chosen using random.org. and will be notified via email within 48 hours of the giveaway closing time. Winners will be announced on the post, not on Facebook. The winner must respond within 48 hours of receiving the email or a new winner will be chosen. No purchase necessary.


Amy Huntley is the owner/author of The Idea Room. A mother of five, who enjoys sharing her love of all things creative in hopes of inspiring other women and families. Connect with her on Google+, or read more of her posts.

Comments

  1. 1

    I would love to make a desk out of reclaimed lumber for our guest room.

  2. 2
    jodi gowans says:

    I just bought a house and this would be a perfect tool for us!

  3. 3

    I really want to make a headboard–pretty similar to your daughter’s actually, and so this would be an awesome tool to have on hand!

  4. 4

    I would love this! I would make some gallery shelves and maybe an end table.

  5. 5

    That would be so great for all of the DIY projects my husband and I like to tackle.

  6. 6

    I’m always using a saw, so this would come in handy for so many things. Thanks for the chance.

  7. 7

    I could using this a lot when it’s inconvenient to break out the big guns. Maybe on the trim project I have coming up?

  8. 8
    Jennifer Radloff says:

    I would make a train table for my little boy. We wanted to make him one for christmas this year but my husband didnt have enough time to do it so I put it off until next year.

  9. 9
    Lori Thomas says:

    Not sure just yet but will Def find something to break it in.

  10. 10

    Oooh, I love it!!!

  11. 11

    Oh, the possibilities are endless. I asked Santa for one a dremel for Christmas and this would be a great partner for it!

  12. 12

    Love this! I’d use it for the farmhouse table I’ve been planning to make…and maybe new tile in the basement bathroom I’m dreaming about.

  13. 13

    I would cut down the legs of an old coffee table and flip it over to use a a dog bed.

  14. 14
    Sandy Headtke says:

    I make cut out wood yard decorations for the various holidays

  15. 15

    I would love to make a new kitchen table.

  16. 16

    I too need to make headboards for my kids but I’d love to use it on some large wood cutouts for my lawn!

  17. 17

    The real question is “What wouldn’t I use it for”?! Great giveaway!

  18. 18

    I would love to make a nativity set!

  19. 19
    Jennifer C says:

    Lots of little projects to do that the skill saw is just too cumbersome to use. This would be perfect.

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    April was in CT now CA says:

    I would use this to make my husband’s Christmas AWESOME! lol He’s been wanting one of these and this would be such a great surprise for him, but we’d both use it.

  21. 21

    I would experiment with a few of my craigslist/yard sale finds.

  22. 22

    Oh, I think it would be the perfect tool to help me put in wood floors!

  23. 23

    I have no idea what I’d make haha, but I know my hubby would love it! :)

  24. 24

    I need to make new legs for my outdoor bench

  25. 25
    Rachel B. says:

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  26. 26

    I have some Craigslist upcycle projects that would go much more smoothly with a dremel saw!

  27. 27
    Amanda Forgey says:

    I would love to use it on some old wood to make some signs for gifts.

  28. 28

    I have wished I had one of these several times. right now I would use it to make the N and L for my Christmas Noel.

  29. 29

    I headboard from Ana Whites plans.

  30. 30
    Kelly Abbe says:

    Wooden door decor!

  31. 31
    Courtney E says:

    I would love this to do all the projects on my hubby’s honey-do list :) this is less intimidating than the big saws.

  32. 32

    I’ve been wanting to make a new headboard and I have some pallets that I’ve been dying to do something with!

  33. 33

    Some wooden ornaments that I’d like to gift or signs I want to make.

  34. 34

    We have so many projects in mind! I would love a headboard and we want to add trim to our kitchen cabinets.

  35. 35

    I have a number of household projects I’ve been too scared to tackle with my giant handed down saw. More garden boxes, improving my sewing room’s cutting table…

  36. 36

    I’d give it to my husband, along with a project list :)

  37. 37

    I just opened an antique booth – this would be soooo helpful with projects!

  38. 38
    Samantha Amonett says:

    I would love to make some shelves from old pallets.

  39. 39
    Wendy Paulukaitis says:

    I want this!!! I need it!!! Please let it be Merry Christmas to me!!!

  40. 40

    I think I’d change some wood shelves in a couple closets

  41. 41

    I would live this to finish my bathroom downstairs. I’ve been trying to finish it for 6 years!

  42. 42
    Heather M says:

    I would like to make a coat hook thingy…that’s the technical term. :)

  43. 43

    I want to make a new side table. I need one.

  44. 44

    I have a few Holiday crafts that I could use it for…starting with a new little table to put my Holiday card box on in my living room.

  45. 45
    Manette Gutterman says:

    I would love to make a headboard for my bedroom I need to makeover.

  46. 46

    I would love to make a bench for my table!

  47. 47

    I would love to use it to help me put board and batten in a few rooms, and for a ton of crafty projects I have up my sleeve!

  48. 48

    I don’t know exactly what I would make but my husband and brother are always talking about how having one would make things easier

  49. 49

    My husband would make TONS of use out of it! We are moving to a new house and I know there will be plenty of jobs for him to do. But if I got my hands on it I would try out a reclaimed wood project I have been wanting to tackle.

  50. 50

    yes please!! Would love to get to work on some bathroom shelves!

  51. 51
    Sherri Stevens says:

    This would be a great housewarming gift for my cousin.

  52. 52

    Shelves!

  53. 53

    I would love to have something that I didn’t have to worry about breaking. The possibilities are endless…

  54. 54
    Patricia S says:

    I would use it as leverage to get things done…example “honey, if you promise to finish the bathroom trim I’ll let you use the Saw-Max!” ;) Plus it would be so handy when I need to cut something quickly and don’t feel like dragging out the big saws.

  55. 55

    This would be soooo awesome to have!! My hubs and I have so many craft ideas we want to do!! :)

  56. 56

    I would give it to my husband and he would be building me all the pallet wood projects I want done! I would also love one to use for building my custom deep cradled canvases for my artwork. Waaaaay easier than the miter box I use now!

  57. 57

    I had a place to use all my power tools. I built everything. But, now that I had to downsize my living arrangements, I don’t have anywhere to use them. This would be amazing to pull out and use whenever I wanted/needed to. I would love to be able to continue my love of building/making my own again !!

  58. 58

    I truly NEED this baby! This past summer I bought an old, beautiful 3 drawer chest for our guest room. I scrubbed it, polished it up and have it setting in the room in the perfect place. The only problem is that one of the drawers needs a new bottom as the original is full of holes! My poor husband just never has time to cut a new piece of wood for me, so if I have this tool, I can do it myself! Power it up!

  59. 59
    Shannon Gould says:

    I would use it to cut some wood to make unique wall art for our new house that desperately needs some sprucing up!

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    Helen Moore says:

    I would make doll furniture, Thank you for a wonderful give away!!

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    Donna O'Neil says:

    I would make some shelves.

  62. 62

    I would go crazy making anything I could with this…

  63. 63
    Susan Murphy says:

    What wouldn’t I make might be the easier answer. Let’s start with some tables for my front porch:)
    The possibilities are endless.

  64. 64

    I would have my husband teach me some sweet diy stuff bc I know nothing about that!

  65. 65

    Working on my laundry room

  66. 66

    I would love to use it to make some picture frames and a new bookcase for my kids. :)

  67. 67
    Kathie Craig says:

    My husband has so many projects that he wants to do around the house. This would be perfect for him.

  68. 68
    Carla Alberts says:

    I am not sure what I will use this for but I out it on my wish list for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win..

  69. 69
    Katherine says:

    I’m planning to build a table!

  70. 70

    This is cool! Thanks for the info and for the giveaway! I’d totally use it on my bathroom mini-revamp!

  71. 71

    A very large picture frame is what I would use it for asking worth12 other things on my to do list!

  72. 72

    This would a great help with diy board and batten entry!

  73. 73

    So many things, but I’d start with making a nice big ‘Christmas Tree Farm’ sign to decorate our front porch – I’ve got the weather boards and everything!

  74. 74
    Lisa Crowe says:

    My husband is in need of a table/cabinet for some of his computer towers. This would come in VERY handy to help us achieve this goal.

  75. 75
    Camille Elkington says:

    It looks like the perfect tool for the DIY crafter. I have a whole list of things I would like to make.

  76. 76
    alicia in lucas says:

    JOY letters for my yard

  77. 77

    This would be awesome to win!

  78. 78
    Stephanie says:

    I would make a picture shelf

  79. 79

    A repurposed shelf with picture holders for our family room. This would be a helpful tool to have!

  80. 80

    I have been making doll furniture and this would be so helpful!!!

  81. 81
    Stephanie says:

    I would make the star cutouts from Pottery Barn :)

  82. 82

    This would be handy for so many things … maybe some sort of storage desk/table for our office would be the first project. Sweet giveaway; thanks!

  83. 83

    I love to build furniture and this small saw is perfect for small areas and small pieces.

  84. 84

    A headboard for our master has been on my dream list– this would be such a great help!!

  85. 85
    Denice Metz says:

    would love to win this saw have all kinds of things I want to cut up

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    Anita Farrell says:

    I’d use it to make a few signs for our house our of reclaimed pallet wood.

  87. 87

    This looks like just what I’ve been looking for. I’m tired of waiting for my husband to make me frames or other such that I need for my crafts. This dremel looks easy to use compared to my husbands large circular saw.

  88. 88
    Harriet McCrary says:

    There’s so much I could do with it. I wouldn’t have to call my some to see if I could bring things to him to saw, such as wood for my painted signs.

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    Colleen Boudreau says:

    A shelving unit.

  90. 90

    My first project would be a new headboard for our bed! What an awesome giveaway, thanks for the opportunity!

  91. 91

    I would love this!! We just moved into a new house and my project list is longer than my available comment space! :) Thank you!!

  92. 92

    I don’t even know what I would start with!

  93. 93

    There are so many cute projects I have found online, but have not been able to do because I don’t have a saw. I really want to make some signs for Christmas that this would be perfect for!

  94. 94

    I’d love to make a bench.

  95. 95

    We just bought a home, so I am sure we will be able to find projects that need to be done around the house!

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    Tammy McMillan says:

    I would love to have this small saw so that I could do small art projects without asking my husband for help! :) I woukd especially lime to make some cool.signs for gifts out of old fencing.

  97. 97

    I tend to be afraid of our large power tools (or maybe too lazy to deal with them), so I always recruit the hubs. I make signs and also want to make a headboard …and window seat next to my fireplace. With this nifty tool… I’d tackle the projects ASAP.

  98. 98

    I would love to make some shelves!

  99. 99

    I just have a little hand saw that I picked up a few years ago at a dollar saw. I’d love to upgrade, but don’t have a great place in an apartment. This sounds like the perfect solution for me. I’d love to make so much! Cutting dowels and wood for crafts projects is where I’d start

  100. 100

    Love this gadget! I will have a hard time deciding what to use it on first. If I win, I’m sure I will think of something!

  101. 101

    I would love to make lots of crates like that!

  102. 102
    Aubrey Gillespie says:

    Awesome giveaway! I’ve been wanting this saw for a while!

  103. 103

    I would let my hubby have first pick on what to make!

  104. 104

    I would love to make some shelves!

  105. 105

    This would be a great Christmas present for the hubby! I’m sure he would find a project to use it for!

  106. 106

    I’m sure my husband could come up with lots of uses! I’d love to win one for him! :)

  107. 107

    I’m a bit intimidated by full-sized saws – this looks like an amazing little tool. How did it do on those curves??

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    Kristie R. says:

    That looks awesome! I am sure I could come up with lots of projects to do! :)

  109. 109

    I would love this for crafts and house renos!

  110. 110

    Love love love!!! I need one of these so bad!!!!

  111. 111

    Love love love!!! I need one of these so bad!!!!

  112. 112

    I need little shells in my sewing room for my treasures!

  113. 114

    i could do so much with this tool!

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    Julie Johnson says:

    Any crafts!

  115. 116

    I love the North Pole crate and I know just where to get the perfect wood! That’s what I’d make!

  116. 117

    I just took down our old rotting dog house, and in its place there will be a play house out of wood for our daughter. I need the tool for that! :)

  117. 118

    Both my husband and I like to make things, but we live in a tiny apartment with no space to store tools. This would be perfect for us!

  118. 119

    A headboard for my girls:)

  119. 120
    Rebecca Young says:

    I would live a Dremel!!

  120. 121

    I’d like to tear out the “back coat closet” in our kitchen and turn into the pantry it always should have been…

  121. 122

    We’ve been needing to put up some trim in one little part of the kitchen…for 4 years..!!! We’ve also got some barn wood that would be great for projects!

  122. 123

    Where do I start? New window trim – project that’s been waiting with all the parts in my living room!

  123. 124

    I’m a busy mom of 4, I have lots of projects that have been piling up! Definitely want to add shelves and storage in my girls shared room, but also would love to be able to create some unique wall art for my older sons room. So many ideas!!

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    Lisa smith says:

    We are going to make shelves over our windows in the sunroom

  125. 126

    My husband and I already have big plans to make a new headboard for our room. So definitely that.

  126. 127

    So many fun things to choose from but would probably start with shelves in my little boys room.

  127. 128

    I could make a long list of things I could use this tool for, it’s already at the top of my Christmas list. But, I think I’d start by using it on the hanging beds I’ll be making for my girls’ room eventually.

  128. 129

    We’re needing to get started on the barn yard baby gates I pinned! That’s priority since our baby girl is going to start crawling very soon and this saw would be awesome to use! :)

  129. 130

    I am loving that bed…that would have to be the first thing I would attempt.

  130. 131

    I would love to give this to my husband for all my projects!

  131. 132

    I have no idea what I would make. I am not very “wood-work savvy” so, it would be a new adventure!

  132. 133

    I’m a book shelf nut!

  133. 134

    What a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win. I’d use this in our upcoming renovation of the TV room, including some hand made tables.

  134. 135
    HeidiJJJJ says:

    How cool!

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    Heather Deem says:

    I would love to make treasures! There’s endless possibilities!

  136. 137

    I would love to make some small floating shelves out of “rescued” wood. Ya know, trash? LOL
    Thanks for the opportunity to win. :)

  137. 138

    Your blog always has such creative and varied ideas – it’s fantastic.
    Thanks so much!
    ~Lisa

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    Anne Haun says:

    I would love to make some shelves.

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    Dena Koenig says:

    I would love this saw! I have so many projects to complete, and this would make them all possible!

  140. 141

    I have little doubt that I could find plenty of uses for this. I have a lot of projects in mind but very little room for a workshop or four tool storage.

  141. 142

    This would be a HUGE help with my upcoming master bathroom remodel.

  142. 143

    I think my first project would be a crate, something cute to contain my daughters stuffed animals

  143. 144

    We are SLOWLY in the process of redoing our bathroom. I would love to make a new cupboard as the old one is in bad shape.

  144. 145

    Lots of little projects like this bench I’m trying to redo.

  145. 146

    My husband and I would both use this. We are making all kinds of crafts, shelves, picture frames, boxes, etc. There is an end table that I want to make out of recycled wood. This would awesome to use!!

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    melindapt says:

    This would be a great gift for my husband for those quick jobs on the “honey do” list.

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    Lisa Cooper says:

    I would love to start creating signs.

  148. 149

    I recently pinned a “LOVE” bookshelf that I would love to make with this saw!

  149. 150
    Theresa Sea says:

    I have *so many* small projects around the house this would be helpful with!

  150. 151

    I would love to make a box similar to yours to hold things by my fireplace!

  151. 152
    Krista E. says:

    A pallet coffee table for our sun room. Happy Holidays and thanks for opportunity to win!

  152. 153
    Sandra Sather says:

    I would love to use this for projects at my nursing home for residents crafts.

  153. 154
    Alicia Jilling says:

    I would love to make a crate like the one pictured above!

  154. 155

    I think I would start with making a headboard for my daughter’s room, but the possibilities are endless! Thank you for the chance to win:)

  155. 156

    I have a table I want to make smaller. I also want to make some stenciled wooden signs. Thanks!

  156. 157
    Amanda Lundy says:

    What a great Christmas present!!

  157. 158

    My husband loves his Dremel tool, this would make a wonderful addition.

  158. 159
    Kathryn Knox says:

    Hi! This would be perfect for all the pallet art and builds I have planned.

  159. 160

    This would be fabulous! My husband has wanted to jump into the pallet club…lol. There is so much out there to make. Would be a wonderful Christmas gift that would keep on giving! Fingers crossed! Merry Christmas:)

  160. 161

    I would make a coffee table for my living room. This would be the perfect tool!

  161. 162
    Andrea D. says:

    I would make a little table for my kids.

  162. 163
    Laura Wilkinson says:

    My daughters bed has seen better days, I would love to try and make a new headboard for her when we get the new bed frames. I wold also like to make me a head board for our bed, I’ve never had one.

  163. 164

    I would LOVE this.. Thanks for the opportunity to win this :)

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    Christie N. says:

    I’d use it for the baseboards for our house.

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    Tina Matteson says:

    Wow, what a great giveaway! I’m wanting to make some cut out letters for our home… I made some out of cardboard for Christmas, for our porch and would love to be able to cut them out of wood instead.

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    Patty Jensen says:

    What a super and timely giveaway! I have several ideas for Christmas gifts floating around in my head, but did not want to go to lumber yard from them to cut the wood. Cheap…I know. Anyway, this would get me moving in the right direction. I love, love, love power tools!

  167. 168

    I would love to win this! I have always wanted a Dremel. I would attempt to make shelves in my laundry room.

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    Lynn Bettes says:

    What a great gift for my husband. We are always making projects for the house, this looks like it would work for a lot of them. We are currently planning a gazebo for the back yard.

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    I would make a shelf or two.

  170. 171

    I would love to make a bench for our entry way.

  171. 172

    I’ve finally created a sewing nook and need some shelves. This would be the perfect tool! Thank you!

  172. 173

    I have so many projects pinned to my DIY board but don’t have the necessary tools to complete them. This would be fabulous!

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    Melissa h says:

    I have two pallets in my garage waitin to be made into something. Just need a saw to begin!

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    Jennifer Fisher says:

    This would be a perfect tool for ME to use. the size would be perfect for me as I am redoing my daughters room for Christmas. I wouldn’t have to get out my husbands huge tools.

  175. 176

    I would love to work on a bookcase for my office! This would be so very handy to have!
    Thanks for the opportunity!

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    Oh my goodness the projects I have been wanting to do! Crossing my fingers!!! Thanks

  177. 178

    This looks amazing! It would get a lot of use at our house.

  178. 179

    Awesome! Hope I win!

  179. 181

    This is great! I would love to do projects with this!

  180. 182

    I’d like to try to make a headboard like yours. How cool!

  181. 183

    I have a ton of unfinished projects that I could tackle with this! And I could finally make a coffee table out of reclaimed wood.

  182. 184

    Great prize I hope I win

  183. 185
    Les Johnson says:

    I would like to use it to re-purpose furniture I find at thrift shops.

  184. 186

    I would love to win this!

  185. 187
    Dee Fedor says:

    Thinking about making a craft table. This tool would fit the bill!

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    shelves for my closet

  187. 189
    Debbie McCready says:

    My husband and I were just looking at buying one of these……winning this would be fantastic!!!

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    I would love to win one of these! So much easier to pull this saw out than the big one we have! Will make crafting easier! Thank you!

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    We just bought our first home, and there are plenty of projects I could accomplish with this. Anything and everything around the house… I bet this would come in handy!

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    Amy Perry says:

    I have been wanting to make a bookcase !!!

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    So many ideas! I would love to make headboards for my kiddos. And bookshelves!

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    I have been wanting to make a small platform stage to fit in the corner of my daughter’s room for all her shows. There’s so many more things I have been wanting to do but can’t because my husband only has an enormous saw and it’s so intimidating.

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    I love that this is a smaller and more manageable power tool! I have so many ideas in mind. Thank you!

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    Beverly Buck says:

    I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making tables, so the Dremel-Max would help me to get it going, and get it done!

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    Super fun giveaway…thank you!

  196. 198

    I would like to make both my girls headboards, and a front entry way table from some old barn beams

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    Leslie Kiley says:

    I am so not a handy person but I loved your North pole crate so much I would love to try my hand at that. It does look doable with the right equipment!

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    Jenny Logan says:

    I just found the most adorable vintage school desk that needs to be restored and this would be the perfect tool for the top.

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    Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would love to make a cool hope chest for my child’s room with it!

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    My husband would love this!

  201. 203

    I would love to fix the molding we did in our front room!

  202. 204

    I would love to make a headboard for our bed but there are a lot of different things I would also love to make!

  203. 205

    I have so many things I could be using this for. I want to make a play kitchen for my daughter’s room. This would be perfect!

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    I want to make a nightstand.

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    I would love to use this to do some gourd crafting.

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    Michelle Laulu says:

    We bought our first home 6 months ago, and it needs some work. The saw would make all the little projects around our home so much easier!

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    Mary Stewart says:

    I want to build a doll house for my grand daughter but was afraid to use a circular saw to cut the boards. This would be user friendly for me!

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    There are quite a few things on my list!

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    I would make a bench from an old headboard and footboard that I have.

  210. 212

    This would be awesome for many projects on my list!

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    Tabitha P. says:

    I would like my bf to use this.
    He needs to put baseboards in our kitchen ;)

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    Terressa T. says:

    I have been wanting to make shelves for my kids rooms, simple design. This would extremely helpful! Thank you :)

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    Alesha Griffiths says:

    I’ve been dying to update my master bathroom! This would be a big help!

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    This would be perfect! My husband and I love to do diy projects. I love to use this tool for my daughter’s closet make over.

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    Wendy girl says:

    Love your ideas!

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    Hoping I win! Thanks for doing this giveaway! :)

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    Stephanie says:

    I would use it to make some shelves from some old reclaimed barn wood I got from my in-laws when they tore down the old barn on the family farm. Thanks for the chance!

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    Natasha J says:

    ive had plans for an under couch puzzle storage box for a while. i love puzzles but starting one on a table is not practical when you have little ones who want to “help” there are lost pieces. i drew up the plans but haven’t had this tools to make it.

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    I would love to make a bookshelf to replace one we had to toss after it got some water damage due to a leak in our basement. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    I recently had to have the big box store cut some wood to size for me. This tool would be so handy for all the holiday craft projects that are in my head.

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    I would make my nephew some wooden wall decorations for his room :)

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    The Clines says:

    Maybe some rustic holiday signs?

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    I have bookcases I’d love to alter. The Dremel would help so much!

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    I would love to make a headboard for my bed!

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    I would love to make a desk for my craft area

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    This would be great for making wooden puzzles!

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    I’ve heard about this saw – thanks for a cool giveaway! Anyway, I’d probably start with a small project – and make a bed for my granddaughter’s 18″ doll – if I win the Dremel Saw-Max, maybe I could have it done in time for her birthday next June!

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    I would make some fancy corbels!!

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    A pegboard for my laundry area..and help to re model my bathrooms! Thank you

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    I would like to build shelves in 2 rooms.

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    Jennie Kane says:

    Working on restoring a vintage canned ham trailer…this would be sooo helpful.
    It’s going to be my art studio!!

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    Anjanette says:

    I need to make a headboard for my son.

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    What would I make? I don’t know, but I want to try! Next on my list is to take some classes so I can learn how to build things. :)

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    I would love to make a kitchen island.

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    I would love to make a head board for our bed when we move

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    Kaylyn Cavett says:

    I want to make a BRIGHT purple headboard for my daughters room, can’t find one anywhere. I am sure I kind some other projects around the house. Darn you Idea Room with all of your charming ideas!

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    Carrie Phelps says:

    I would use this to make my grandchildren a toy box.

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    Ramona Robson says:

    I would love to use this to make a coffee table out of an Old window!

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    Charlotte A Pardue - Sparks says:

    I would use it to cut off an old ladder for a towel rack! :)

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    William C. Benny says:

    I would start off using it to build Flyfishing rod lathes then I would just use it for a multitude of projects around the house.

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    Wonder Woman says:

    This would be awesome for so many projects!!

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    Such a fun tool!

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    So cool – We need to make a headboard so this would help in that project

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    Carrie Eastman says:

    I want to make a head board like yours!!!

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    I would love to make a toy boxfor my nephew

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    Perfect for people who do not have big house or a lot of space for tools. Might be just the item to inspire some DIY projects.

    I also love your blog. Lots of great ideas and I love your aesthetic :D

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    Heather Nash says:

    I would love to build my daughter an adorable toy box!

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    First….a small end table or bench that can be used in multiple settings. Shelves, Shelves and a few more shelves!

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    a lego table and a plant stand

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    Beverly Buck says:

    Besides tables, I’d also like to make some shelves. I could ask the hubs, but I want to be able to say, “I made that!”

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    We are hoping to get a house soon and this would be perfect for all the DIY projects we will be tackling.

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    Kim Kenny says:

    We have a long list of house projects that we made the day we bought our house. This would be so useful for so many of them. Hubby would love to find this in his Christmas stocking!

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    A doll house for my little girls.

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    Darci Stout says:

    I would make everything I could!

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    Thanks for the fun giveaway ~ I’d love to spiff up our entryway – maybe some sort of decorative trim pattern on the ceiling or doors. :)

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    I sooooo could use this in the house we just moved into!!!!

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    Darla Bunyan says:

    I want to make a bench for my entryway/new mudroom!

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    Cheryl Torres says:

    Just in time for some Christmas yard art!!!

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    Katie grem says:

    I would love to win this!

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    bird houses, shevles almost anuthing

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    I would make a big wood star to hang on the outside of my house and add Christmas lights on it.

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    I’m dying to make a pallette headboard! This would be very useful.

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    Courtenay says:

    I’d love to have this, both myself and my husband can use it.

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    I’d love to make a crate, like your beautiful North Pole crate.

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    This would be a tool I could really use! Thank you for the giveaway!

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    Replace broken ceramic floor tiles around the fireplace. Dear hubs knocked over a table and is all torqued up to fix the damage himself, but alas, no tools!

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    A headboard for our new bed when we move

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    I would love to make a cute storage crate for my homeschooling kiddos. The library books seem to grow legs and wonder off.

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    some shelves thanks

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    I love that wine box

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    Kurt Liget says:

    I can think of a hundred projects around the house that would benefit from using this tool.

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    Alexis K. says:

    I think the first thing on my list would be a bathroom cabinet.

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    Carina Bennett says:

    This tool would have been so handy during our forced remodel after a flood. I am almost to the end now, but could use this for decor I plan to make. :-)

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    Board & batten in kids room!

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    raquel perez says:

    my husband would use it to finish my daughters book shelf

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    Perfect addition to the DIY tool arsenal!

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    Karen Tecklenburg says:

    I would like to make shelves for our game room.

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    Oh how I would love to win the Dremel saw! How easy it would be for me to cut boards for crafts instead of using the big saws!

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    where to start!!!

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    I have been wanting to frame our mirrors in the bathroom. I think this dreamed would help me do the trick.

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    GretchenP says:

    nightstand! :) thanks for the giveaway!

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    Melissa Frances says:

    WOW this is a very cool tool and would go great with my crafts i wanna make list :)

    thanks for an opportunity to WIN.

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    I would like to make shelves in my laundry room.

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    I Would love to cut out plywood letters that say merry and bright for christmas decor

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    This is on my Christmas list. I want to make a table, signs, altar for wedding…

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    Oh, the things I can think of to make with this!!! I think my husband would be jealous of my new toy if I won!! ;-)

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    I’d start by making some cute shelves for my craft room

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    Elizabeth says:

    I don’t have a large enough space for a large wood saw- so this would be perfect to use in my apartment!!

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    I would build a shelf

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    A bunch of gorgeous white tree branches have been in my garage for a year because I haven’t had the correct saw to cut them into candlesticks as I had planned. This kind of saw would be great for making frames, too.

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    We have a ton of household projects that this would be useful for. We have lots of shelving to build for example.

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    I would love to use this to make furniture for my daughter’s American Girl dolls. I’ve found a lot of patterns/inspiration thanks to my pinterest obsession, now I just need the tools:)

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    yaaaayy!!! thanks amy! i emailed! :) gretchen

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