It’s another fabulous Friday, and we’re excited to give away this Cool Tools Prize Pack!
This week’s winner will receive a tape runner, an Aleene’s Tacky Glue Pen, a Mini Hot Glue Gun, a hole punch, a car seat organizer, and a USB powered light!
Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winners and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.
Question of the week: What’s the messiest craft you’ve ever made?
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Often times at parties, it’s easy for wine glasses to get confused. There are countless “wine charm” products out there for you to buy to have guests put on their glasses; there are even DIY wine charm projects out there. But wine charms don’t protect your wood surfaces from damage; you still need a coaster for that. So, why not combine the idea of a wine charm with the practicality of a coaster? Follow this tutorial and make wine coasters out of all your scrap fabrics. Guests will be able to identify their wine glass by the fabric on their coaster and you don’t have to worry about running around with coasters!
Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the bright red, orange, and yellow leaves, the slight chill in the air, harvesting funny shaped gourds and pumpkins, and the anticipation of the coming holidays. What better way to celebrate and record this magical time of year but with fall themed crafts?
Pony bead Indian Corn can decorate your home all autumn long! They’re fun for kids to make and provide a perfect fine motor skill activity as well as a discussion of patterns and colors.
It’s Monday again, and that means we get to give away this fabulous Halloween prize pack! Congratulations to… Anita! You’ll be ready for Halloween very soon!
This week’s prize pack includes a Martha Stewart Pinwheel Kit, glow-in-the-dark silhouettes, and cookie and cupcake stencils, an adult and child sized canvas apron, and a cat cookie cutter.
The winning answer to “What do you want to be for Halloween this year?” is…
“I was Kermit The Frog the other day. Our 7 year old granddaughter could not find or order a costume on line. They were only in toddler and adult sizes. So guess who came to the rescue!?! Blessed to do so too! Then I modeled it and texted her a picture as it went into the mail, when it arrived she texted me a picture back, cutest little Kemit ever! Happy heart! <3”
Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. Check back on Friday for your chance to win!!
Dress up your desk, computer, or phone with a pretty watercolor calendar inspired by fall leaves. Click the link to download and save the calendar. Check back every month for original art and a beautiful way to keep track of the days.