Free Stuff Friday!!

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Woo Hoo, it’s Friday, which means we have another wonderful prize to give away. One lucky winner will receive this super cute Walnut Hollow Bark Edge Letter Board (with letters)!

This letter board has a natural wood center and a tree bark frame. Includes 170 black letters, numbers, and symbols. Use to display inspiration, post reminders and messages, or to announce birthdays and celebrations. Perfect for home, office, schools, dorm rooms, parties, and so much more. Board measures approximately 15 1/2 x 12 1/4 x 3/4 inch.

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: Would you rather spend the night in a luxury hotel room or camping surrounded by beautiful scenery?

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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!

68 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Jackie Orton

    Both options are great depending on the weather! But nothing beats a night outside (just cool enough for jeans and a sweatshirt) in beautiful scenery with a stunning sunset!

  2. Theresa Farris

    Camping with beautiful scenery! Hopefully on this trip I would be able to do a little photography or even crocheting!

  3. Wendy

    A night at a luxury hotel because it would be more relaxing. Camping is nice but there’s more work involved :))))

  4. Janet M

    Because I live in a rural area surrounded by beauty I would choose the luxury hotel for a change.

  5. Amanda

    I would rather be camping with beautiful scenery! There are so many photo opportunities, and nothing beats the calmness and relaxation of being in nature.

  6. Ren

    I would have went for the luxury hotel but I just got back from camping in the high country. The majestic trees, the wildlife (baby coyotes are so adorable, so are chipmunks and squirrels), glowing campfires, rough cups of coffee, wind swirling through the leaves…magnificent.

  7. Emily

    Luxury hotel, for sure. It’s nice to visit nature during the day but there’s really not enough bug repellent in the world for me to sleep there. 🙂

  8. Krystal Wolf

    Definitely the hotel..camping as a mom requires a lot of extra work!!…pampering at a hotel is more of a treat!

  9. Theresa

    A luxury hotel is nice for avoiding the bugs, but there’s nothing better than time around the campfire with family and friends sharing stories, laughing and cooking up some pudgie pies and s’mores!

  10. Nancy Gawron

    Been camping, for many years. Luxury Hotel?.. well, never luxury ones. I think I would like to have the luxury hotel…as long as I can take some crafts along with me.

  11. Cath

    As long as it doesn’t rain, camping surrounded by beautiful scenery. Imagine how cute this would look at the campsite with a message, so you could snap a title photo to include with your scrapbook of camping photos.

  12. Sandy Blinman

    After years of camping with the kids (and loving every minute of it) my husband and I are now seniors and we go “hotel camping.” Comfort is high on our priority list now. But oh how I miss camping in the woods, seeing stars like we never see in the city, enjoying the wonderful smell of the pines and laughing at the antics of the wild animals. So, a luxury hotel sounds wonderful!

  13. Suzanne Robinson

    Hotel room every time! I like beautiful scenery as much as the next person, but vacation means I don’t have to cook, do dishes, make beds, or clean toilets. It certainly means that there is a toilet.

  14. Janice Bradford

    I love camping in the woods near a bubbling brook. Mountains are nice but not necessary. Anywhere away from civilization.

  15. Judy Stolz

    I would love to spend more than one night camping in the bush, at our lake and surrounded by mountains and rivers and trees……….

  16. Patricia Lyn Cobb

    Years ago, I would have said take the entire family camping during late spring or early fall! Older, less active now….a luxury hotel for just me and dear husband!

  17. nancy wilbur

    Luxury hotel sounds wonderful. Warm shower/pretty view and room service! Yahoo
    Ground camping, no shower, not so anymore. Plus no electricity to plug my sewing machine in!

  18. Marissa M.

    DEFINITELY the hotel, but if it had a nice balcony looking out ONTO beautiful scenery, that would be perfect! 🙂

  19. Teresa C Willis

    As long as it isn’t 100 degrees outside I would say camping outside with beautiful scenery.

  20. Dianne G.

    If the camping was in a travel trailer that would be my choice over a luxury hotel. If the camping involves a tent I am out of there and checking into that luxury hotel so fast! I enjoy cooking meals over a fire and enjoying the outdoors but I like a comfortable bed away from critters and wild animals and the elements that can get into a tent.

  21. Theresa H

    I love camping but after all this virus mess is over I would love a luxury hotel room where I don’t have to cook and clean everyday.

  22. Deeon Laszczak

    I love camping, but I would jump at the chance to stay in a beautiful hotel room! Give me a big, huge bed, lots of pillows, hot coffee, HBO and the internet and I’d be set for the weekend!

  23. Mary Hockett

    I would like to combine the luxury with the beautiful nature outdoors. Why not go glamping? No bugs, no hard ground, just a soft bed inside a luxury tent with windows that open up where I can see the beautiful outdoors.

  24. Melinda Nixon

    Now that I’m old and feeble, my camping days are spent. What used to be a bounce in my step, now sounds like snap, crackle, pop!! I used to love the great outdoors, with beautiful scenes all around; but the creaks and the groans all the way to my toes, now make room service to me, the best sound!

  25. Andrew Caro

    It depends on how good the room service is at the campsite. NONE!?!?! Then it’s the hotel for me,

  26. Terri Howe

    Camping & beauty!! Away from the stress & technology with a chance to create with things from nature & influenced by nature. Like a mini retreat!

  27. Ruby P. Mielke

    Camping! Being in the Great Outdoors is spiritually fortifying; artistically inspiring, and abounding in breathtaking moments. Everything a crafter needs to fulfill their hunger for creative activities

  28. Jean V.

    Luxury Motel, but somewhere near the mountains and scenery where I can photograph God’s beautiful nature!

  29. Kimberly Post author

    Woo Hoo Emily! You were randomly selected as this weeks winner. Look for an email with how to claim your prize!

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