Free Stuff Friday!!

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Happy Friday everyone, we made it through another week! Before you run off for some weekend fun, be sure to enter for your chance to win this GORGEOUS Klasse Embroidery Scissor and Tape Measure Gift Set.

Klasse has a full line of quality Scissors that every crafter will need, whether for Craft and Hobby, Sewing, Quilting, Stitchery or basic cutting needs, Klasse is ready to meet your needs. This gift set includes a pair of 4 1/2 inch antique brushed silver, vintage inspired, embroidery scissors and a 60 inch retractable tape measure with a magnetic back. Presented in a high quality gift box with velvet lining.

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 book, movie or video have you seen/read recently you would recommend?

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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!

65 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Joan R Smith

    My most favorite newer movie is Sundance’s “Maudie”. It’s a beautiful story about a woman who lived in Nova Scotia, Canada. Based on a true story, Maude was a very simple woman with a tremendous gift for painting. Her can-do attitude is uplifting and inspirational. Maud’s colorful home can be found today in a museum in Nova Scotia.

  2. Ann Fitzmorris

    I am currently reading a series of books written by Tana French, an Irish author. Mystery is my ‘thing’ and her books have plenty of it and are very well written.

  3. Jenn Dahlke

    Not a recent read, but been thinking about rereading it soon. The book “Furiously Happy” by Jenny Lawson (The Bloggess). It’s a memoir and discusses living with mental health issues.

  4. Ann M

    I just picked up the recently published book by my favorite author, Alexander McCall Smith. (The Department of Sensitive Crimes) He’s an excellent storyteller; each book is a treat. So last night I read and knitted at the same time. That’s a little crazy but it can be done, trust me.

  5. Sue

    I love listening to Hugh Fraser (who played Captain Hastings on Poirot) read the Agatha Christie novels (unedited) He does WONDERFUL voices! I just finished watching some of my favorite Easter DVD’s; The Ten Commandments, Son of God and Stories of the Bible. I am currently thinking of what I will gather together to watch for the 4th of July!

  6. Wendy

    The Country Life Magazine/Book. It’s published for Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter editions. There’s a lot of great information in it for both the country and city people. I look forward to the next edition.

  7. Irene lenihan

    I’ve been reading and working my way thru Hill Sherman’s heading book. Beautiful beaded ropes

  8. Janet

    I have finished reading “Mrs. Sherlock Holmes” – highly recommend it. I saw “Book Club” – funny with a great cast of women.

  9. Beverly Furlong

    The book ” The Cats came Back” by Sophie Kelly. A great mystery and fun characters.

  10. Aurora Millward

    I’m not sure if this counts, but I recommend Chuck. It’s a show about a guy who becomes a spy, that works for the CIA and the NSA.

  11. CINDY SUE KLOESS

    my favorite movie “I can only imagine” a true story of personal anguish and forgiveness.

  12. Jayne P

    Have just finished reading The Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlain. I have read a few of her books and not been disappointed yet

  13. Alicia

    The Christopher Robin movie with Ewan McGregor was actually quite a lovely family movie. Very sweet.

  14. lisa murdock

    The last book I read was “Becoming” by Michelle Obama. Interesting to see how her childhood relationships influenced her life.

  15. Karen Williams

    I love historical fiction & almost always have a book (or preferably, a series) in progress. At the moment I’m reading The Circle of Ceridwen sagas by Octavia Randolph. It takes you back to the time of Alfred the Great & the troubles with the Danish invasions. There are 7 books so far & Octavia is currently writing the 8th. Hubby & I tend to watch more modern or action/adventure films & look forward to seeing the new Avenger movie.

  16. Janet M

    I enjoyed Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny . It is part of a series of mystery books set in Quebec.

  17. Iris Jaime

    Alpha
    A movie about a early young man with a heart and a wild wolf. How their relationship evolved to a trusting bond.

    Husband and I enjoyed it very much.

  18. Bessie Phillips

    I highly recommend the KJV Bible. Each time I read it through, I find something new I did not notice before. The fear and the turmoil we see on the news and in the paper is explained in the scriptures. The Bible teaches us how to get the peace that passes understanding Philippians 4:7!

  19. Judy

    Irregular People by Joyce Landorf
    It’s an old book but years ago, it changed my life. It’s about the “Irregular” person in your life, how to recognize that person and how to live thru all you deal with because of them!

  20. JoAnn

    Les Miserables series on PBS which is playing now….deals with morality, empathy, changing one’s path in life, etc. Inspiring!

  21. Noreene

    Loving Vincent is the film I watched last. It was amazing. It’s the first fully oil painted feature film done in his painting style & in animation. It is about the life of Vincent Van Gogh. It’s unbelievable !!! I found it on Amazon. A must watch for any artist !!!

  22. Betty

    Alcohol Ink Dreamscaping Quick Reference Guide by June Rollins is a book I use all the time. It is helpful for any artist, regardless of your medium.

  23. cathy t

    “Paterson” is a 2016 drama film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. I’ve just watched it for a second time. Slow, quiet, contemplative, romantic. One of the characters is an artist who decorates her home and her outfits, so crafters will enjoy watching what she does in the movie.

  24. Vivian

    The passion of Christ movie I’d seen before but I’d taped it. Easter evening I watched it and was moved to tears seeing what Jesus went through to forgive us of our sins.

  25. Kelly OBrien

    For anyone who’s ever seen Star Trek or any science fiction show, and enjoys comedy…read Red Shirts by John Scalzi.

  26. Gaycha M

    Hallmark movie, “Operation Christmas”. This movie touched me, nothing out of ordinary, was just good.

  27. Cheyenne

    I have been working on spending more of my reading focused on the Bible. So far so good.

  28. Judy K

    I retired a couple of years ago, now I read 1-2 books a week. I read J.D. Robb, Nora Roberts, Susan Mallery, and Debbie Macomber, to name a few. Also, I’ve been catching up on sewing and embroidery projects.

  29. Katie Amodio

    Talaschlossberg.com. My son’s friend makes short animated videos and they are so entertaining! Language warming but really good.
    Oh my gosh, I would LOVE this set! Fingers crossed.

  30. Tina Voss

    I just finished reading “Finding Winnie” out loud to several different classes of kindergarten students. Every class was enjoying the true story by Lindsay Mattick . It is a fabulous recount of that most famous bear! It’s a great read for children and adults. The adults with the students always commented and enjoyed learning a little history. I am a school librarian so most recent read books are for ages 5-8 years. But when summer hits, I read my kind of books, and top of the list is anything by Janet Evanovich or Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb.

  31. Iris Geller

    There is a marvelous book called The Barbed Coil by JV Jones, that I keep rereading. It is about a woman who is whisked to an alternate world by a ring that matches a crown in the new world. I am constantly fascinated by this book because it deals with the art of illumination as a magical skill that calls forth demons and good guys and ultimately defeats the coil in the title. It is not a new book, but I love it. I wish they would make this into a movie…
    Iris

  32. Marcia

    My favorite book is Out of the Dark by Gregg Hurwitz. It is a series of books involving Orphan X. These books can not b put down once u have begun reading them.

  33. Dianne G.

    I don’t watch a lot of movies but my favourite one the past few years is The Greatest Showman. I liked the acting, the music and the story.

  34. Diane Robison

    I’ve been watching Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channels Chronicle Mysteries. Alex McPherson runs the towns newspaper & has a true crime podcast. She and her “team” solve mysteries new & old. Only 3 episodes so far-but it’s great!

  35. Susan Marshall

    The Art of Crochet Blankets by Rachele Carmona. It has crochet projects that have been inspired by other art works, paintings etc. It has inspired me to stretch my mind in my own crochet projects.

  36. Suzanne Robinson

    Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston. A classic novel set in early 1900’s Florida, it takes the main character, a young African American woman, from her grandmother’s house through 3 marriages to the Everglades, through a hurricane, and back to her home in Eastonville, FL. Eatonville is a real town that was started by African Americans shortly after the Civil War.

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