Tuesday Toolsday Giveaway: A Dremel Up For Grabs

We’re going to have to start making these Toolsday questions a little harder. Many of you, including our winner – Kent from Mackinaw, IL. – knew that last week’s mystery tool was a mason’s brick tote. Congrats to Kent, he wins a set of Bostitch hammers and pry bars.

If you could use some new brick work in your yard, enter to win a $20,000 front yard makeover from America’s Most Desperate Landscapes.  If you win, Jason Cameron and a muscular work crew will come to your house and completely re-do your landscape.

While you’re waiting for Jason to ring your bell, start on your own hardscaping project. We’ve got tips and instructions for DIYing a brick patio, brick columns or a brick fire pit. Or, if you’re just looking for inspiration — we’ve got plenty of ideas for building  outdoor retreats and beautiful decks.

But, before you start on those projects, enter to win a new Dremel rotary tool. To do so, post a comment and tell us what specific task these two tools are used for? (Click on the picture to enlarge it.)

Next Tuesday, April 26, we will randomly pick one comment from this post to win the Dremel kit (comes with a 54-piece accessory assortment and a wall-mountable storage caddy).

You have until April 26, 2011, 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Dremel tool.

Official Rules.

618 Responses

  1. Anna L Flinton says:

    Now the Dremel is whats happening

  2. petenel says:

    Wallpaper tools!

  3. Matt says:

    Used to install wallpaper.

  4. Dave D. says:

    I wish it would stop raining and get warm!

  5. Chris says:

    Reduce price by at least $6K. Bidet. Heated padded seat. Automatic up/down lid. Automatic flush.

  6. Jennie Shadley says:

    With a price tag that high this toilet should include a bidet, heated seat, automatic seat that opens and closes (so no fights between spouses), stereo/cd player, lighted interior with color choice, dryer for your tush and of course a leather seat.

  7. Kathleen Oldendorf says:

    used to install laminate counter tops or on cabinets


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