Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday, which means we have another wonderful prize to give away. One lucky winner will receive a pair of Fiskars Total Control Mixed Media Scissors!

Fiskars Total Control Mixed Media Scissors – Ideal for precisely cutting burlap, tape, chipboard, adhesive and much more. Ergonomically sculpted handle rests in the palm of your hand offering exceptional control and comfort.

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 craft supply can you never have too much of?

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About Kimberly

Kimberly is the Customer Service Manager at CreateForLess, and it is her voice you hear when you call our toll-free number. Her love for crafting started when she asked her mom to make her a quilt...instead her mom signed her up for a class so she could make her own, and she hasn't stopped crafting since!

57 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Carmen

    As a general category, I would have to say “tape” – adhesive tape, duct tape (including decorative), masking tape, or even washi tape!

  2. Ren

    Glue. Paper glue, fabric glue, clear glue, colored glue, hot glue, glue stick, washable glue, spray glue, rubber cement, white glue, epoxy, glitter glue…it’s all so very adhesive.

  3. Denise Bryant

    Paper! It seems that I never have the right color for the project I am working on! Or if I have it, it isn’t where I can find it…

  4. cmt

    Imagination and inspiration came to mind first. As for tangible, consumable supplies, maybe paper in a full range of colors, textures, and patterns.

  5. Robin Van Vleet

    Beads! Even though I will never use them all up, some is good, more is better, too much is enough! Even unused beads are beautiful in their own right.

  6. Barb MacAskill

    You can never have too much adhesive product! Without it you can’t adhere the elements to your project!

  7. Angela Short

    Stickers and tapes! There’s so many fun versatile ones!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  8. Elisabeth Mount

    Vinyl! Removable, permanent, heat transfer, any kind! It opens up an entire world of crafting possibilities and makes everything I craft look so much better!

  9. Linda Lujan

    Fabric – every kind, every color, small pieces and big! When the inspiration hits, I don’t want to go shopping.

  10. Alison Labid

    Boxes! Can never have too many. To put away all your stuff. To decorate. To organize. To store more boxes. BOXES! BOXES EVERYWHERE!!!

  11. Gail Plaskiewicz

    There are to many things that I can never have to many of. Paper because with all my card making I do, I can always use paper. It seems that I have a lot until I need something and I don’t have it. Tape because of my card making but I seem to have quite a bit right now because I bought a bunch with my credit card points . Sequins, all shapes and colors. I love them! Markers, colored pens, and gel pens, glitter or just plain gel pens. Stamps! Can you tell I have a lot of stuff? LOL

  12. Janet T

    Fabric. No matter what color you have, it is not the right shade, or if it is the perfect color, there is not enough on the piece to complete the item being made! At least that is what I always find when I shop my stash.

  13. Theresa Berger

    scrapbook paper, adhesives, and writing utensils of all colors & types…oh and scissors to cut with

  14. Dianne G.

    I can never have enough of so many things. Ribbons, lace, beads, die cuts, scrap book paper, and glue are just a few that come to mind. Good scissors that cut decently would be great too!

  15. Laura S

    Small pieces of fabric! They are great for a lot and I’m always surprised with how much they can add!

  16. Josephine A Herbert

    I used to make wreaths, sewing, scrapbooks, cardboards,embroidery, leathers, and etc. I love my craft room in basement.

  17. Pamela Jones

    I can never have enough or too much sewing tools. I can’t imagine not having my rotary cutter.

  18. Simonne Zehr

    I can never get enough embellishments. Whether it is for scrapbooking, stamping, children’s clothing, quilting, painting, gift making or any other craft you need embellishments.

  19. Bessie

    Scissors, of course. Having a comfortable cutting tool is essential. I love scissors for each craft I do!

  20. Adella Gonzalez

    Stickers and washi tape. Anything with adhesive I LOVE! I also need my glue pens and scissors.

  21. Myra

    I couild not survive without stamps in my “craft cave”. I am an addicted card maker 🙂

  22. Nikki

    Beads…. But that always leads to boxes to hold them. So it’s a two-fer answer I guess.
    I did make an easy storage for stringed beads. I bought large baking cooling racks, nailed them to the walls and bent paper clips to hang all the strands! The little feet on the racks leave just enough room away from the wall to hang the “hangers”.

  23. Michele Newman

    I can never have enough Craft-fuse, PatternEase, & inkjet printable cotton. I used to trace tissue patterns onto PatternEase, but that became too tedious & time-consuming to transfer the annotations and other markings. Now I fuse my patterns to Craft-Fuse so they last for more than one use. I also create a lot of my own patterns. After finding inkjet printable fabrics, I tried using a temporary bond and cutting PatternEase to letter & ledger size and adhere to sheets of bond and duplicate my patterns in full color onto the PatternEase. These small finds have become major time savers and the foundation of my work.

  24. mary riethmiller

    Fabric – my stash is growing and I don’t think I’ll live long enough to use it all up. However, I just bought my daughter a sewing machine for Christmas last year and hope she will start quilting and sewing.

  25. Elvena Dobbs

    Yarn and material I love sewing and crocheting. Every time I make something need more yarn or material

  26. Simonne Zehr

    Ink, stamps, cutting dies, embossing paste, tape runners and foam tape, as well as stickers.

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