Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s the first Friday of 2017 and we’ve got a big giveaway to celebrate! One lucky winner will receive this wood craft prize pack!

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This pack includes a wooden plaque, a wood heart, 12 packs of wood embellishments, and a pack of sequins!

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 is your favorite way to keep warm in the winter?

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22 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Debi Martin

    My favorite way to keep warm is to be somewhere warm. 🙂 We keep our house a little cool to save on the electric bill, but we supplement with radiator heaters, which help a lot….I have one by my desk that keeps me comfortable.

  2. Judy

    My favorite way to keep warm is under a blanket, on the sofa, watching a good movie!…
    But the most practical way is in the sewing room getting all those unfinished projects done!

  3. Dollie

    My favorite way to keep warm is warm comfy socks, leggings, oversized sweatshirt, and my favorite blankets 🙂 And of course my awesome puppy!

  4. Barbara Riffe

    Legging are my favorite way to stay warm, snuggling in the recliner with the grandbaby. I just wish he would leave my craft supplies alone. LOL He wants to make pretties too.

  5. loralie

    My favorite way to keep warm is a nice flannel nightgown and fuzzy socks and a big mug of hot tea.

  6. Christine P

    My favorite way to keep warm is a warm, fuzzy blanket and an electric blanket…at the same time!

  7. Maria shehan

    Stay warm under a warm blanket, have a cup of hot coca or hot green tea with a little honey aND lemon. Sit at the table and work on some crafts…..

  8. Tiffani

    I like to share a blanket with my son and watch movies. He drinks hot chocolate, I usually have coffee or tea or warm apple cider.

  9. barb macaskill

    My favorite way to keep warm in the winter is to throw some chocolate chip cookies in the oven, make hot cocoa when they are cooking then take them out and crawl into bed with my 4 year old granddaughter, cookies & cocoa and a good movie while covered up with nice thick, soft blanket! Warms me inside and out!

  10. Dianne G.

    I like to stay inside and bake or do crafts when it is cold. I am not fond of the snow or cold and try not to go out more than I absolutely have to in the winter.

  11. Cindy Stoner

    I like to stay warm by working on crochet items that lay on my lap while I am working on them!

  12. REBECCA RIVERA

    One does not often expect Southern California to get cold, but we still do as we are part of North America and yes many parts of California, like were I live, the high desert we often get snow at 2200 feet. Lately, this winter in particular we have been getting a lot of rain, to which we so desperately need because we are in a 11 year drought. So on those rainy days and night, many of us, who are not used to driving in rain or snow, we like to keep warn with layered clothing and all our favorite things like a soft blanket, hot soup, chocolate cake, and many glasses of wine, to get us though the tearful movies on Lifetime or on Hallmark. Oh all the Christmas candy and gift bags officially get picked apart also. Never enough snacks.

  13. Jean E Snider

    My favorite way to stay warm in the winter is with warm socks and warm blanket and a good book snuggled into the recliner. A hot cup of cocoa or tea is a great addition.

  14. Wendy R.

    We moved, 2 years ago, to a much warmer climate. So, that is my favorite way to stay warm! Oh, and my pink fuzzy slipper boots!

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