Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday again, and we’ve got some fun decorating books to give away.


This week’s winner will receive Decorating with Papercraft by Clare Youngs and Big Design, Small Budget by Betsy Helmuth.

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.

Question of week: Do you craft on the go, or just at home?

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22 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Rose Brady

    Just at home because doing greeting cards and calendars and books there are too many needed tools EXCEPT I always keep a notebook in my purse as I write new poems all the time. Right now I have 800+ in my collection I use in the cards so I know a smile a tear on a child or anything else can get my mind working with a new poem so I am ready!!

  2. Cathleen Worthington Trahan

    I create my jewelry only at home, but when traveling to visit my grandson I always try to find a creative project to do with him, and one adult one to do with my daughter in law.

  3. Gabriella B

    I only craft at home. I enjoy the peace, quiet, good lighting, plenty of table space and an endless cup of coffee

  4. Carmen N

    Most of my crafting is done at home, but I do take some knit and crochet projects around with me.

  5. Denise Bryant

    Sometimes on the go, but it is a challenge to bring what I will need! I always seem to forget to pack something I need or want to use!

  6. barb macaskill

    I always have a coloring book, card blanks and a few die cuts and adhesive in a baggie in my purse so that I can create on the go if the mood strikes me! It makes waiting to get in to see the doctor or waiting in line at stores so much easier because I don’t feel like I am wasting time!
    I have made many cards while waiting to see the doctor and the look on the receptionist, nurse or doctor’s faces when I hand them a card that I made while waiting they are so surprised and happy! Sometimes I will even leave the card in an envelope that says “OPEN ME” and leave it in the waiting room for someone to find. I love seeing the smiles that these cards bring to people’s faces!!

  7. AvaO

    I craft both at home and away. I like going to “conventions.” I also have a few crafty friends that like to paint, draw and paper craft. We get together at each other’s house from time to time and just have a blast!

  8. Rebecca R

    Absolutely!! I craft on the go, going and coming, home, air plane, car, vacation, cruise…My go to craft is crocheting/knitting it is the perfect craft.

  9. L. Ann

    Aside from our senior craft meetings and the occasional crochet project, most of my crafting is done at home. I always have several things going at once, so I’d need a U-Haul to take them all with me!

  10. Marlene

    Both. I take small sewing projects with me for on the go but the rest are done at home. Thanks for the Freebie Fridays!

  11. aida Martinez

    I craft at home and with family member and I been doing this since my Children were born and because it takes me away from worries

  12. L.r. Smith

    I crafted on the gooooooooooooooo allllllllllll the time… I used to (still do) have crafts in my car at a moments’ notice to “CRAFT”… lol.. used to take the stuff in the car to the baseball and hockey pratices… for my craft meets at the local Library and I stilllllll have stuff in there from then.. lol.. and I have paper crafts I do at the Nursing Home I work out of for Meals~on~Wheels, on occasions’ I do cards or memory books for the seniors…

  13. Karey

    Yes, I craft on the go! I usually always have a knitting or crochet project with me when traveling!

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