Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday which means it is time to give away more stuff!  Today we have a fun assortment of beading supplies from Blue Moon Beads that will be going to one lucky winner.

Be sure to ENTER to WIN these beading supplies.  The selection includes gorgeous beads in pinks, corals and blues, as well as chains pendants, charms, and findings in silver.

Blue Moon Beads are beautifully designed to stand alone or be mixed and matched with other fashion pieces. Use with other charms, beads and spacers to create one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets or anklets. Have fun, the possibilities are endless.

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 winner 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:  When trick-or-treating as a kid, was there any kind of candy that you didn’t like to get?

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52 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Jean Snider

    I was not then, and am still not, real fond of Tootsie Rolls. We lived in the country and didn’t do a lot of trick-or-treating. But we had a teacher who had a blast planning Halloween parties. He made for some really fun family nights!

  2. Silvia Matamoros

    Wow Jean I was thinking about the same, I have never liked Tootsie Rolls and when I received a bunch of them it was very sad.

  3. carol

    I always hated getting any lollipops!!
    I never liked them, and I never buy them to hand out either!

  4. Judy

    No way! We were glad to get any kind of candy we could get!
    Thank you, CFL, for the weekly give-aways!

  5. LMaisch

    I didn’t care for black licorice either! Give me chocolate, lots and lots of chocolate ((insert witchy laugh here))!

  6. Gaynor Beaty-Mann

    Peanut Butter Kisses! The ones that come wrapped in black or orange waxed paper. My Sister and I used to refer to them as “Do Do Candies”. Our Grandfather used to eat them all while we cringed.

  7. Marie

    Yes black licorice. To this day I cannot stand the smell of it as I got alot of it when I was a kid. Also candy corn….gross.

  8. Carmen

    I can’t remember what it was called but there was a maple taffy candy with a peanut butter center I never liked. Oh – and black licorice.

  9. Cathy Sobotka

    I don’t like peanut butter, so I did not like to get Reece’s peanut butter cups or other candy with peanut butter in it. Thanks for the chance to win.

  10. Terry

    I hated hard candy or suckers–Tootsie Pops were OK. We used to go home and put the unwanted candy in the bowl to hand out, then go collect more good stuff. Peanut Blossoms in the orange and black paper are yummy.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. Helen Whaley

    Candy Corn sucks! Haha, I know that’s mean, but it’s really disappointing when you’re little to get nasty candy.

  12. Nancy

    I am the youngest of three, so when my brother and sister got too old to go trick or treating they dragged me all over to get lots of candy. Unfortunately most of it went to them! But I can remember that none of us really liked the apples or pennies that we got.

  13. Katie Menon

    For me — it was Almond Joy candy bars or anything that even smelled like it had coconut in it. I had no trouble giving that to someone else.

  14. Alice C.

    Way way back then, all the candy was regular size and wonderful. The worst, for me, were the bruised apples and the (gack) sticky, gooey, homemade popcorn balls.

  15. Christina Poindexter

    I remember the penny candy, and loved licorice. I am all about chocolate covered nuts and fruit.

  16. L. Ann

    For me always it was (and still is!) all about the chocolate. Any other candy runs a poor second choice.

  17. Julie Panusis

    I never liked candy corn. I would rather eat real corn. The candy kind was so sweet that it made my teeth ache.

  18. Carol in E TN

    I have always been a fan of chocolate, so if it was any other kind of candy, I would give it away!

  19. arlene Marie Pitts

    sheez I should have hung out with all the commentors that said they didn’t like licorice,almond joy candy bars and the peanut butter taffy things in the orange/black waxy papers. lol i love those! What i can’t stand is generic hard candy wrapped in clear wrappers, no flavor, just sugar. Happy Halloween everybody! marie

  20. Winifred rRthbun

    I didn’t like getting apples! but /I remember being invited into the homes and offered hot chocolate and cookies in lieu of candy… How nice it was in those long ago days when we didn’t have to worry about ulterior motives, etc. /we could just be children…..

  21. Susan

    I didn’t like suckers… and a lot of people gave those out. When we were quite young we got apples so had to go home early to not have bruised ones!

  22. Trisha Walls

    Wasn’t really too excited with the double bubble that was sooooo hard,that it felt like it would break your teeth. I knew that it was probably from the leftovers from the year before. LOL!

  23. Jan Edgecombe

    There were 4 of us kids and not much candy in between holidays, but at the end of the night on Halloween we would empty our sacks out and the trading would start! I never wanted the apples.

  24. Krystel Sánchez

    Halloween candy that I didn’t like to get… were many.

    Every Halloween I would end up with a full Bag of those Orange and Black candies that didn’t even have a NAME! Plus they made all the good candy all sticky! EEWWW!
    Good and Plenty were disgusting! Who would enjoy pink and white licorice PILLS!
    Chocolate coins were probably given by people who saved them for TWO years and then given to kids. They always tasted OLD!
    A combination of sticky and old were the Strawberry Hard candy. Cute wrapper because of it looks like the fruit but the taste… not so pleasant.
    Regular Tootsie Rolls were alright but who asked for the TOOTSIE FRUIT ROLLS? Yuck!
    And last… the oh so common CANDY Corn.
    Color matches the Halloween Theme but I was never a FAN(G) of them.

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