Free Stuff Friday Winner!!

It’s Monday again, and while we’re still wishing it was the weekend, we do love to announce our Free Stuff Friday winners! Congratulations to… Mary! Enjoy  your homemade purses!

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This pack includes a Heat n Bond fusible interfacing in white and black, Bosal Create-A-Pattern , 2 purse handles, and Heat n Bond Batting Tape.

The winning answer to “What is your favorite spring activity?” is…

“Working in my flower garden and, close second, hiking.”

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!!

Free Stuff Friday!!

It’s Friday again, or favorite day for many reasons, including the chance to give away another fabulous prize! This week’s winner will receive this purse making prize pack!

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This pack includes a Heat n Bond fusible interfacing in white and black, Bosal Create-A-Pattern , 2 purse handles, and Heat n Bond Batting Tape.

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 is your favorite spring activity?

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DIY Door Latch Covers

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My husband tells me I tend to shut doors loudly, or at least that is what he claims when I get up before him. I don’t believe I shut them any louder than he does, but just in case, I wanted to make sure that our baby won’t wake up as soon as someone shuts the nursery door, or really any door upstairs. These cute DIY Door Latch Covers are thin enough that the door still shuts, but the stop the door latch from clicking. These sleep savers are quick and easy to put together.

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DIY Ribbon Photo Board

DIY Ribbon Photo Board

The hubs and I are expecting our first, (a little girl) in July, and we are in the midst of planning out her room. While looking online, Brent told me he thought it would be fun to put a Photo Board over her changing table, I loved the idea. And I plan on filling it with pictures of family and friends.

This Ribbon Photo Board is so easy to make, you will want to make one for every room!

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Lens Cap Holder

By Sewing Contributor Courteney from the blog Crafting with Court.

Sew a Lens Cap Holder

Did you get a new camera over the holiday, or are you already a photography enthusiast?  If so, you may have experienced the problem I constantly have: losing your lens cap.  Lens caps are great.  They keep your expensive lens from getting scratched when you’re not using your camera, but they are so easy to lose.  Yes, a quick google search will reveal countless products you can buy to solve this problem, but I don’t want to spend money and chances are after a season of gift giving you don’t either.  If you’re a crafter, you probably already have all of the materials you need.  If not, you’ll use these materials in many other craft projects, so it is well worth the money.

Materials:

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Cord Keeper Roll-Up

By Sewing Contributor Courteney from the blog Crafting with Court.

Cord Keeper Collage

Was one of your New Year’s Resolutions to get more organized?  It is definitely a great resolution.  Why not start with all the cords in your living space and use up some of the scraps of fabric you’ve been hoarding at the same time?  We all have tons of electronics and it seems like everyone has a different cord.  I can easily take over multiple drawers.  Make this Cord Keeper Roll-up and get all those cords organized!

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Winter Wonderland Wreath

By General Crafts Contributor Michelle

You won't want to take this adorable wreath down once the holidays are over!

Create this charming winter wonderland wreath, complete with tiny snow village, to spread holiday cheer this season!

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Here’s what you’ll need to make your own wreath:

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