Free Stuff Friday!

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Happy Friday from Idaho! I am here visiting my grandmother, but that isn’t going to stop me from giving away a fabulous prize this week. This week one lucky crafter is going to WIN a set of 3 Handing Ornaments Stamp Kits from Hero Arts!

Each Hero Arts Hanging Ornament Stamp Kit includes Set of three mini stamps and mini ink pad, all wrapped up in a cute hanging ornament with iridescent tinsel. Stamps measure approximately 1/2 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.

Because scrunchies are back…and I don’t know how I feel about that…

Question of the week:  What fashion trend do you wish would come back?

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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!

28 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Christine P

    I can’t think of any fashion trends that I’d wish to come back. But I am really glad that the french rolled cuffs on jeans and 80’s rainbow hair are gone!

  2. Gabriella B

    Quality. I think that was a trend a long time ago to make clothes last longer than three washes in the machine.

  3. Denise Bryant

    Love these fun stamps and the hanging ornaments! That would be a great project to work on!
    Fashion trend… I love some of the vintage style clothes and accessories! I’d love to see that style make a come back!

  4. Cath M T

    Not so much a particular fashion, but a sense of modesty for women, especially women in the arts and media. I’m tired of seeing way too much skin, too much cleavage, too much leg, and skin tight clothes. Sometimes I watch old Burns and Allen tv show reruns. I love the way Gracie dressed. She always looked sharp and stylish, and very feminine, but never revealed too much skin. Her dresses often had a broad, slightly scooped neckline. It’s a very graceful, feminine look without being blatantly suggestive. Just enough chest and shoulder peeking out to be elegant and pretty. I hope the massive MeToo movement going on throughout the world gets us all back into a mindset that we don’t have to reveal everything to everybody. Save it for your husband. Maybe we can demand more respect from men if we all dress more thoughtfully. (Not that I’m letting all the cads off the hook, by any means.)

  5. Laura

    I can’t say there are any that I’d want to come back, I don’t really care about what is in fashion. If I like it I will wear it, it’s as simple as that. I don’t need a reason to wear what I enjoy.

  6. Janet Cobb

    Longer skirts, dresses, shorts, etc. I’m tired of seeing “ladies” with their behinds showing!

  7. Gail Plaskiewicz

    I am in love with a lot of fashion and what’s great about me is I don’t really outgrow things. When I like something, and it still fits and I don’t mean so tight it looks like I’m naked or so short you can see everything, I will still wear it out of style or not. I grew up in the 60’s and most of the great fashions of that era were not made in children’s sizes. I am still child sized but now I could probably find some of them in children’s sizes. I especially loved Bell Bottoms and the colorful, fun prints.

  8. Isabel

    Though I wasn’t born back then, I would love to have the iconic 1950s classic look. Audrey Hepburn is what comes to mind!

  9. Dianne G.

    I wish cute comfortable shoes would come back in style. You used to be able to get so many styles in flat shoes and now we are not so lucky. All the high heels are so hard on your knees and back and most styles I like seem to have high heels.

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