Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday again and we have another wonderful giveaway for you, so let’s get right to it! Today I am giving away this fabulous set of Ken Oliver Color Burst Mini Ink Pads and Reinkers!

Use Ken Oliver Color Burst Mini Ink Pads and Reinkers to add brilliant color to your projects. Package includes four 1 inch with a water-reactive color burst dye and pigment blend ink pads and 4 full size .5 oz  reinker bottles that are made in the USA. The set includes the colors Ultramarine Blue, Violet, Fuchsia and Chartreuse.

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 on Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of the week: If you could see one movie again for the first time, what would it be and why?

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Kimberly

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!

61 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Wendy

    Dirty Dancing… It is my favorite all time movie growing up in the 80’s. It would be neat to see as a grown 50 y.o. for the first to see if I still would feel the same way about it…

  2. Natalie Rand

    Fantasia, because it was my introduction to classical music and because of the wonderful animation.

  3. dana carpenter

    National Lampoon’s Vacation. This movie is hilarious to me. Chevy Chase as well as Beverly d’Angelo are so funny.

  4. Sandy

    The wizard of oz; because when I first saw it as a child I couldn’t understand why she wanted to go back to a dull home without all the comforts of oz. It was when I viewed it years later that I understood it’s message. It’s one of my all time favorites! So if I were watching it for the first time at this age, it would definitely be heartfelt.

  5. Carmen

    I can’t think of one – probably because I love watching movies over and over again so it doesn’t matter if it’s the first time or 20th. That said, I loved The Princess Bride the first time I saw it.

  6. Caryn Olczyk

    I’d like to see a league of their own. It’s sad but these women may never have had the chance to play if men hadn’t gone to war. I really loved the movie. It also showed inequality of women having to sneak out. Some were married, and most were of legal age.

  7. Jean Marmo

    I think I would see Bambi! I remember going to the outdoor theater, lying on blankets in the backseat of the station wagon and being mesmerized. How fun it would be to do that again!

    Yes – this lets you know my age:)

  8. Diana black

    It would have to be What dreams may come with robin willams. When this movie came out i had just had heartattack they said i was dead for 5 min. So i love this movie because it really makes you think what if heaven us like.

  9. Dianna Weaver

    My favorite movie is The African Queen. I would love to see that in original format on big screen. It is just an awesome movie.

  10. Traci Brennan

    It is hard to choose a movie..there are so many wonderful ones. Maybe it would be Casablanca. Bogart had such screen presence and the love story can’t be beat.

  11. Megan Hedin-Jones

    Princess Bride. I love this movie and know all the words. My son is now at that great age to understand more, and when we watched it together he was surprised my husband and I could say the dialogue. Watching with your kids their first time is like watching your first time again.

  12. Anne Rizzo

    The movie I would love to see again for the first time would be Six Days and Seven Nights with Harrison Ford and Anne Heche. I love the fact that she comes into the movie as this hard working uppity girl and learns how to live with little when they get stranded after the plane crash. Teaches us all to enjoy the little things in life.

  13. Patricia Mather

    Pirates of the Caribbean! Lol
    Jack Sparrow was a whole new character for pirate movies and I never laughed so hard as when I first saw that movie …now we know why the Rums Always Gone! Lol

  14. Maria Shehan

    If I had a chance to see the original films of the 10 Commandments and Ben Hur it would be great. I like any movies with Charles Heston. Love to win the beautiful inks by Ken Oliver.

  15. Emily B

    My favourite movies are mainly old musicals (The Sound of Music!) that I love watching over and over again.

  16. BarbMac Vt

    What a hard question! So many good ones to choose from! I will go with Titanic, such a powerful movie! I can’t watch it enough!!!!
    Love all things by Ken Oliver! TFS!

  17. Denise Bryant

    Fabulous prize! I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed….
    My all-time favorite movie that I saw so many times, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, would be my pick! I’ve always loved the soundtrack to the movie, and who wouldn’t want to see Paul Newman and Robert Redford in a movie…..

  18. Mindy Drummond

    Love Story with Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal. I was around 10 yrs old when I first watched it so I could not comprehend a lot of it but I knew it was an amazing movie even then. Watching it now 40 years later for the first time would be much harder emotionally but more beautiful and meaningful also.

  19. gail sanchez

    I would watch Labyrinth. I loved David Bowie and the musical score was wonderful to listen to and the story of a sister finding out how much she truly loved her brother was a good story line!

  20. Judy

    I love the movie”The Count of Montie Cristo” and “ Pride and Predjudice” Have watched them multiple times.
    (the good guys always win)

  21. Kristine

    The Dark Crystal … I watch it often and it would be fun to see it again without knowing what was coming next. Jim Henson had such a great imagination and puppeteer team.

  22. Linda D

    Oh man I just don’t know. I really love movies. I think it would be “Avatar”. I think I’ve watched it over 100 times. I just love that movie. But I could make a list a mile long of the movies I’ve watched. Guess you could say “I really love the on demand feature”

  23. Betty

    “Splendor in the Grass” would be the one for me. It was 1961, the year I graduated from high school, and fell in love with for ever with my best friend and future husband!

  24. Lolita Cox

    The Curious Life of Benjamin Buttons. I just thought it was fascinating. So fascinating that I checked out the book of short stories to read the story. Oh, and Brad Pitt is easy on the eyes.

  25. Arlene Shipley

    Such a hard decision – love so many of the ones mentioned above – adore the old classics – so many of which this generation would not even have a clue – sadly – but Hawaii – is a book and movie i have to see/read every couple of years for the shear majesty – and amazing historical sweep. So muuch knowledge to be gained from just one movie. now i have to watch the movie again ;))))) and of course – love ken oliver goodies. :)) angelkisses

  26. Cindy

    I would love to see The Sixth Sense. During that movie I thought something odd was going on. I couldn’t decide what was not right. I am hoping that since I’m a little older and more experienced I could figure it out before the end of the movie.

  27. cathy t

    Wizard of Oz. It’s such a fantastical story, with a good story line and great music. When I was little, long ago, it was aired on tv once a year. That was an event my whole family looked forward to. We take it for granted now that we can see movies any time we want, as many times as we want. Back in the day, this was a rare opportunity to see a movie more than once.

  28. Gail Plaskiewicz

    One of my favorite movies, among a lot of them, is a Hard Days Night by The Beatles. I grew up in the 60’s & I’m a huge Beatle’s fan. That movie had tons of music in it (& they wouldn’t let us dance in the movie theater) & those English accents, which I had never heard of before. It was funny & I learned a lot of English slang. It is a movie worth seeing again & again & I have.

  29. judys

    How to Train Your Dragon! I really like Toothless and the concept of not killing animals for protecting themselves is amazing.

  30. Gail

    To Sir With Love. I enjoyed watching the kids transform themselves into young adults with the newly appointed teacher.

  31. Maureen Butler

    My favorite movie was “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. It reminds me of my childhood Christmas’s.

  32. Lisascreativeniche

    Oh gosh this is so hard to answer as there are so many movies I’ve loved for various reasons… But if I have to pick I’d say Grease because it was the first musical I saw as a young girl. And I remember being memorized!

  33. Kari

    “Dr. Strange ” (The Remake) Cumberland is the Bomb! It’s mysterious and magical at the same time. Intriguing!

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