Free Stuff Friday!!

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Happy Friday everyone! I hope you all had a fantastic week. Now let’s start the weekend a little early by giving away another great prize. Today I have a Aromatherapy Votive Candlemaking Kit to give away!

Country Lane Aromatherapy Votive Candlemaking Kit is a great way to learn how to make palm wax candles. Catch on with one of the fastest growing segments of the candle market with natural waxes. This kit includes everything you will need to make Palm votives this kit even includes the pouring pot. Included in this lot is 1 pouring pot, 1 thermometer, 1 pound of palm wax. 1 color square, 1 scent square Aromatherapy scent, 9 wicks, 3 votive cups, instructions.

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 on Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of the week:  What is your favorite children’s story?

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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!

68 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Kim Kerber

    The Grinch- I took 5 of my grands and just seeing their faces during the movie was magical for me.

  2. April

    I have always loved the Wind in the Willows, perhaps it’s where my love of the forest and animals comes from.

  3. Kim

    “The Stinky Cheese Man and other Fairly Stupid Tales”! This book brings back many funny memories reading with my boys when they were little!❤️

  4. MelodyJ

    I like The Monster at the End of This Book: Sesame Street: Starring Lovable, Furry Old Grover. It’s a Little Golden Book.

  5. April Phillips

    The three little bears has been my favorite story. I make sure my children knew this story, too!

  6. Alice C.

    Must’ve read “Black Beauty” a hundred times when I was young. It has a special place in my soul.

  7. Cindy Terry

    My favorite childhood book was The Shoemaker and the Elves, kind of giving away my age !

  8. Brenda Lieswald

    Caption Underpants is my favorite maybe because my nephew loves them and laughs so hard even after knowing how the story will end.

  9. Teresa Hicks

    My favorite childhood story is a book called ” Gift Bear For The King”. I absolutely loved that book. So much in fact that I had it memorized word for word but still had to have it read to me. My childhood book got misplaced through the years and when I got married, I found it online and bought an original copy of the book. My husband knew the story of how much I loved that book and how I had everyone that came along to read it to me. I would lay down in my bed in the middle of the afternoon and my Mom or Dad would read it to me. A fantastic, loving memory. And when the book I ordered came in, my husband told me to lay down and he laid down beside me and read the book to me! It was so sweet because by that time my parents had moved to heaven. We couldn’t have children but I made sure that book was read to all my nieces and nephews. I still have my book and they asked me to read it to them all the time. Awesome memory and great book!

  10. Noreene

    Peter Pan or anything Disney. Bambi, Snow White also come to mind. I read lots of fairy tales as a child.

  11. JoAnne Emond

    I always loved the old Nancy Drew books. My mother had the entire collection and they were my first “big girl” reading books 🙂

  12. Rhiannon Cook

    My favorite stories from when I was a child were stories of my grandparents and great grandparents childhood. I loved knowing how the world was when they were growing up.

  13. Sean McLoughlin

    My favorite book growing up was and is The Giving Tree. I try to live those values every day.

  14. Dianne G.

    Where The Red Fern Grows or else Incredible Journey are my favorite stories. I read them to my children when they were young. I would read a chapter a night at bedtime. They loved the stories.

  15. Charleene Yates

    I grew up reading the 1919 English edition of Grimms’ fairy tales… so moralistic! Disney sure changed the Little Mermaid story!!! But they were to teach morals back then, not just entertain. Passed the old book over to my oldest grandson. Wish someday he would peruse it and maybe understand why I am so serious. Taught by Englishman with English morals. I was post WWII baby but raised on 1920 morals. Still have that at the heart of me, but obviously have changed with the times. So much more light-hearted to read today’s stories!

  16. Heather Marrow

    “Fritz and the Beautiful Horses.” My kids LOVED me reading it almost every night!

  17. Anita Gambrell

    I’ll love you forever! I read this with my gbabies all the time! They love it too

  18. Amy

    The Jungle book, I must have watched it a 100 times with my boys. They just loved the friendship of Mowgli and Baloo.

  19. Suzanne M Gindlesperger

    Marvin K Mooney, Please Go Home!….I loved reading Dr. Seuss to my children.

  20. Betty

    The Elephant’s Dilemma (copyright 1946) by Dee Thomas was the first book that belonged just to me. I still have it, though it is worn, and the cover is long gone! I remember wanting to learn to read, so I could read it for myself, instead of just enjoying its wonderful illustrations. Not only did it inspire me in reading, it gave me a love and fascination of elephants that has lasted all my life!

  21. Robin Lee

    All ties!! 🙂 Peter Rabbit, Charlotte’s Web and The Big Red Dog are my favorites!

    I have about ten ties really!!

    When I read them or they were read to me, they were all real!
    Imagination is one of our best gifts. <3

  22. Roberta E Walker

    My favorite children’s story was ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. ” Christmas has always been my favorite holiday. My great-grandmother would read this story on Christmas Eve and we sing Christmas Carols, drink egg nog and decorate the Christmas tree. It’s a tradition that I’ve done with my own children and will start with my grandchildren. This question brought back some great memories of home.

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