Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday again and we have a super fun new craft to try this week. Enter to win a FaberCastell Paper Flowers kit!

Faber-Castell has brought together many of their products in kits which include “everything” you might need to make spectacular projects. Includes 72 foam adhesive circles; spray bottle; kraft paper tags; texture gems ice liner; paintbrush; palette knife; 20 cardstock paper flower pieces; 10 kraft paper flower pieces; 20 crepe paper flower pieces; 10 tracing vellum paper flower pieces; 8 crepe paper flower stickers; gelato colors in Metallic Melon, Lemon, Snow Cone, Metallic Grape; and a 12 page illustrated design guide.

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: Where is your favorite place to find craft inspiration?

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37 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Kelly Wood

    My go to now is pinterest, but I use to watch craft shows and read magazines for inspiration.

  2. Christine P

    Usually I’m inspired by the kids’ school projects or holiday gifts, but this kit would definitely inspire some projects!

  3. Gail Plaskiewicz

    I have 2 kinds of inspiration. God is the first and don’t laugh until I tell you why. I will pick up a stamp and think, what am I going to do with this, what kind of paper will I use, stuff like that. I have no idea what I want to do and suddenly, I know exactly what I am going to do and I usually love the end results. That’s God putting in inspiration in my head when I didn’t have any before.
    I also get e-mail’s from a lot of stamp companies and do a lot of blog hops and they also give me tons of inspiration.

  4. Rachel

    I have to say Pinterest . . . because, well, I spend a bit of time there. But I also get very inspired simply by browsing a craft store.

  5. Lorena Keech

    Largely magazines. I enjoy browsing through design magazines, but also find interesting ideas in other magazines.

  6. Cathy M T

    Think Crafts! is a wonderful resource for a wide variety of craft projects. Even your Friday contest is a source of inspiration. Thanks, guys, for putting the expanded descriptions on the weekly contest. Even if I don’t win, I make a note of the items that look especially fun. Just browsing through the Create for Less website is a great way to find things you didn’t know you needed to make the perfect project. Oh, there might be a few other blogs and websites out there with ideas…

  7. Denise Bryant

    ohhh… this looks like a fun kit! Love Gelatos!
    I look at some of my favorite company’s blogs and some of my favorite card maker’s blogs for inspiration and ideas!

  8. Juanita Durie

    My favorite place for crafty inspiration is YouTube. I’ve learned so much from the people I follow on there and when I watch what they do…it makes me want to do it, too! 🙂

  9. Pam

    Paper flowers look like such fun! I like Pinterest and of course Think Crafts for ideas. Thanks for the fun!

  10. Judy

    Magazines and Pinterest is a great place to find sewing and crafting ideas… Also, the ‘Think Crafts’ site at CFL!

  11. Isabel

    I love new ideas posted on Facebook, like Create for Less ideas; also Pinterest is a great source of inspiration.

  12. Dawn

    I have many favorites, such as ThinkCrafts, Instructables, Martha Stewart, and my sisters. 🙂

  13. Jean E Snider

    Inspiration is all around me! I never know when I’ll see something that will give me an idea to use some supplies that I have. We have recently moved, and I don’t even have ALL of my supplies together yet. I see ideas then try to use supplies I have instead of buying more, at the moment. My grandchildren are so creative that I get a load of ideas from them too. I love to start with a plan, then tweak it as I work on it.

  14. Barb macaskillt

    Some of my most inspirational and favorite projects have come from dreams that I have.

  15. jean marmo

    Online! I pretty much will search for ideas and see what others are doing. There are so many blogs, you tube videos and more. The drawback is sometimes I spend too much time on the computer!

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