Free Stuff Friday!!

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Do you have a case of the Fridays? It’s been a long week and the weekend is closely approaching, but your afternoon is going by so slow! What could make your Friday afternoon better than free stuff!

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 winner and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.

This week we are giving away the Mable Crafts-a lot Tote Bag to to 5 randomly selected winners!

The Mable Crafts-a lot Tote Bag is not only cute, but can be used to carry anything! This tote bag is large enough to carry your craft supplies, and sturdy enough to use while grocery shopping. The bag is black with a Mable Crafts-a lot design and quote, “I am not easily distracted…Hey, Look, GLITTER!” These water repellant and tear resistant totes are made from 100% recyclable and reusable materials and measure 13″ w x 11″ h x 5″ d. Made from premium non-woven polypropylene  with 20″ dual reinforced carry handles, hemmed opening, and matching cardboard bottom insert. Use this tote bag to cut back on plastic bag usage, and to stay stylish!

Question of the Week: What is your favorite winter Olympic sport to watch?

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42 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Marissa M.

    My favorite to watch is the skiing free-style aerials. I can’t believe how many things they can do while flying through the air. Then they fall 40 ft and are told to try not to bend their knees! It’s crazy!

  2. Jumi

    My favorite Olympian event is ice dancing. Couples take full advantage of the opportunity to put on a good show. Routines, costumes, and personalities all combine to create a lively fun presentation.

  3. Larisa Steele

    Curling. fell in love with ice dancing this year. Speed skating. Enjoyed the aerials. Snow boarding was amazing.

  4. April Linnell

    I think that i love the excitement of the luge. when i am watching it it is almost like beig there egde of your seat, nail biting, rush, that the spectators must feel sitting there on the sidelines of the track. It is wild and crazy and scary. I love it.

  5. Juliet Drennan

    curling. I just have this thing for curling. Always have, always will. Am so excited that the network is showing it this time around.

  6. Debbie DeDecker

    Skating is my favorite event to watch, especially couples. It’s great to see the presicon these couples have to master! Although this year I seem to be spending more time following ALL the Olympic events. My dear Mother and dear Grandma tell me it is because I’ve matured – Hummm not sure how to take that – I was born the same year that The Beatles release the movie and the album Help!

  7. Amy

    I like watching the short track speed skating. It takes so much skill to go that fast on that small traffic. And when things don’t go right the crashes are spectacular.(Maybe that’s the athletic trainer in me wanting to see and injury)

  8. Chris Steele

    Snowboarding. Downhill skiing and speed skating are too stressful, and ice dancing is like Icecapades.

  9. Alison Harper

    Dare I confess that I have not watched a single event from the Winter Olympics except for the speed skating that was on the Colbert Report the other night. Stephen Colbert’s run as the Assistant Sports Psychologist was priceless, along with the playing along that the athletes did. I guess that makes Speed Skating my favorite…

  10. Candace

    Oddly enough, my favorite Winter Olympic sport is Curling. It’s a silly sport, but in a good way. Like Monty Python. Okay I admit, I may not understand all the scoring rules, but that doesn’t keep my blood pressure from rising when one of those stocky German women is feverishly yelling at a giant rock sliding down the ice at about the pace of a glacier. And one game lasts about 2 and a half hours so you’re set for the whole night, whether your husband likes it or not.

  11. Amanda

    I use to watch figure skating a lot and then got bored with the Olympics for several years. Till I saw Curling. Love it! I always try to catch that event.

  12. Callyn Bihr

    I don’t think I could single any one out… I like them all. All of the athletes are amazing and I’m just really in awe of their abilities. I do have to add that I saw a recap of a few ski events that broke it down and showed the physics of the event and what makes one skier faster than another and the forces they are undergoing and what the best path is or broke down the twists and turns they did… I enjoyed watching that just about as much as the real events.

  13. Allie

    I’ve gotten into the winter Olympics more than I ever had this year, and I can’t pick one favorite. So top 3: Mogul skiing, snowboarding and curling.

  14. Valerie

    Once I finally took the time to understand the basic rules of curling, it was much more interesting! Count me as a curling fan!

  15. Jessica Ubel

    Half-pipe FOR SURE. Ski Ariels are also pretty awesome. I like to watch people do things that I WISH I could do, but don’t have the guts to do them! Living vicariously and all . . .

  16. Kim McMichael

    I love the figure skating. It’s art and athleticism at the same time. How do those men manage to skate around with their partner held up in the air, and how do their partners have the guts to allow them to do it?

  17. Heather

    This Olympics it has been Curling…I never watched it much before, but I sure got into it this year!

  18. iheartquilting

    I love the snowboarding, especially the half-pipe events. My son and his friends are snowboarders (although not to that degree), so I like to watch the sports they are into, so I can stay up on what they are doing.

  19. Chrisy

    Sitting around the fire with some mulled wine and lovely friends…oh sorry that’s not a sport is it…well skating would come in second!

  20. Cindy

    I love the Ice Skate Racing. It keeps your attention to the final second, or partial second.

  21. Dawn

    My favorite winter Olympic sport to watch is bobsled! Got to see them at Whistler in Vancouver. It was awesome!

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