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 Olfa Splash 45 mm Ergonomic Handle Rotary Cutter in Pacific Blue!

The ergonomic design of the Olfa Splash 45 mm Ergo Rotary Cutter provides a comfortable and positive grip. Squeeze the handle to engage. Dual action safety lock allows user to lock blade open for comfort and closed for safety. Designed for right or left handed users.

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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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!

98 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Gabriella Bell

    Adhesives. Anything that sticks something together. I have a basket on my desk filled with my essentials and an entire large desk drawer filled with extras and backups.

  2. Ann M

    Buttons! What’s with me and buttons? I do use small amounts occasionally but put some pretty buttons near me and I can’t help myself.

  3. Peggy Waltz

    I can never have too much adhesive and wood embellishments—So many things you can use either of them on.

  4. Linda Scheider

    Embossing Folders! Each and every time I use my Sizzix to emboss, I am just so happy that I purchased this machine and with it, so much enjoyment when a new folder arrives in the mail!

  5. Faith Krawczuk

    Right now it’s Mod Podge. Working on Christmas crafts like a crazy person and it’s indispensable.

  6. Judy

    Scissors! I have many of them in every room of the house! My children always knew to ask “are these for paper or fabric?” And right up there at number 1a and 1b are threads and fabric!

  7. SHAWNA STIMUS

    You use wide variety of supplies, like scissors, papers, and glues when crafting. All too often you overlook the foundation supplies needed to craft, like patience, skills, imagination and time. my favorite all time crafting supply would be time. I love the time I can spend crafting so much I wish I had more to spare to the cause!

  8. Kathy Bencker

    I cannot live without my sewing machine. Which right now I have to do because all 6 of my machines were burned in our house fire in March. Can’t wait to go shopping to resupply my sewing/craft room!

  9. Aurora

    I can never have enough tape. Even when I think that I have too much I still end up running out somehow.

  10. Naomi Alvarado

    Fabric, I love fabric because you can make just about anything. I have learned so much from watching Youtube videos, and self teaching myself how to sew. I have made so many beautiful gifts for friends, family and total strangers. The gift of giving can come in many forms. Love my fabric for sure! Blessings from Nazareth, PA ~ Naomi (Best of luck to everyone who entered!)

  11. Marion Ceriale

    I wish I could narrow it down to one thing. I’m never happier than when I am surrounded by all my craft stuff.
    (Wonder if there’s a 12 step program for this addiction)

  12. Laura

    Hard to narrow it down to just one… if I had to I’d say paper! I always have fun with it and never need anything else to go with it to enjoy.

  13. Gracie Thies

    Tape Runners! After completing over 200 scrapped albums, I still don’t have enough tape runners.

  14. Eunice Lutz

    While waiting for retirement I amassed many different craft projects. Since retirement I have beaded, beaded, beaded; stitched stitched, stitched; and at present am sewing, sewing, sewing.
    The craft supply I can always use more of is craft ideas/patterns!!!
    Then loads of time to pick and choose what to make next!!
    Keep crafting, everyone!!

  15. Carla Jo

    Yarn, crochet thread, more yarn. Always have crochet project going.Also, coloring supplies. When my mind needs a break from following a patern, coloring is the best thing.

  16. Brenda Lieswald

    Spray paint I love to spray 12 x 12 scrapbook white card stock to match my pictures or stickers to use on the page I just love my spray paint colors and keep a big box near the back door for late night spraying when I get the urge to do my scrapbook pages but never spray without a big box to spray into. so maybe it is spray paints and big box.

  17. Jenny Zak

    I’d have to second the thought of always needing a lot of adhesives. There are adhesives to making cards and scrapbooking, adhesives to do dry floral arranging and wreaths. I need special adhesives to make jewelry, but most of all….sewing! Sewing needs adhesives to tape down hems or edges, and do to applique and some free motion quilting! Thank you for the chance!

  18. Cathy M T

    I love reading all the comments, and pretty much agree with everyone’s choice. But for me, paper edges out the rest. Love having a big variety of colors, patterns, textures, weights.

  19. Theresa H

    Adhesives. Nothing worse to me than being in the middle of making a card or a scrapbook page and running out of adhesive.

  20. Patricia Mather

    Can never have enough craft paper..wether it’s scrapbooking papers to water color paper. I never seem to have enough stash!
    Love this cutter…thank you for another practical giveaway!

  21. JoAnn

    I can’t have too much of adhesives! There are so many types for paper, sewing, general crafts, you name it!

  22. Sheryl Thomas

    Fingers, I think they are our best tool. I wish I had a few more when holding things in place.

  23. Teresa C Willis

    Embossing powder and embellishments, love, love , love them.. also pearl and metallic papers.

  24. Judy K

    Fabric is first. Followed by sewing notions of all kinds. If I find a new one, I have to add it.

  25. Diania Kelley

    Adhesives of every kind! Stamps.. a variety and punches and dies/ embossing folders!
    Also, a “ must have” is a good trimmer and scoring board!!!!

  26. Katie Amodio

    Paper in many different weights, textures, colors, fibers! I love paper! Also, sharp scissors, also different sizes for different uses. But really, can there be too much of any crafting supply?

  27. Colleen

    FABRIC, thread, SEAM RIPPERS and all things sewing including paint for my ‘creative masterpieces—SHARP rotary cutter with plenty of blades, a Good self healing mat, and my Silhouette for appliques!

  28. Dianne G.

    Oh where do I start??? Glue sticks, beads, ribbon, fabric, thread, scissors that work, thread etc. etc.

  29. Karen Goodall

    I would have to say fabric, even though I know I already have too much! I love having a variety of different fabrics in different colors and prints.

  30. Linda H.

    Fabric is the craft supply I can’t live without (even if I’m not sure what I’ll do with it)!

  31. Dolly Hinman

    Wood-I can stencil on it, cut holiday crafts. I use it with fabric, stain, paint. Make boxes, tool boxes, reburb it, Make picket fences for the pumpkins to set in front of. Great for Christmas glam. Turn hearts into pumpkins, and etc.

  32. Diane Rice

    I can never have enough crafty friends. I hate doing crafts by my self, so I love working and crafting with others.
    Other than that, it would be craft supplies.

  33. Wendy J Shores

    Paint! I have so many bottles I have had to reconsider storage options lol Watercolor, gauche, acrylics… haven’t ventured into oils yet but the other ones keep me busy enough!

  34. Bonnie Rabon

    The thing I can never have enough of is paper. Doesn’t matter what kind, I love it. It’s so versatile and a rotary cutter is just the the for cutting it.

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