Free Stuff Friday!!

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Hi friends! I hope you are all doing well and staying safe and healthy. This week I am back with another boredom buster, that is also very useful during this time. Today I am giving away a Everything Lavender Soap Making Kit!

Use this Life Of The Party Everything Lavender Soap Making Kit to create softly scented lavender soaps with unique suspension base and natural lavender botanicals. Includes: 28 ounces opaque suspension formula soap; .27 ounce lavender fragrance; .27 ounce purple colorant; .24 ounce lavender flowers; four cavity mold; and instruction sheet. Makes up to 10 soap bars.

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 have you been doing to keep busy this week?

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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!

57 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Laura

    I’ve been making a lot of new projects, and planning out some new ones and searching out where I can order supplies for my new ideas. It keeps me quite busy and excited with creative energy!

  2. Wendy

    I’ve been getting bee equipment ready for my new spring hives that are supposed to arrive today, working on getting supplies together to make some masks for the craziness, making Easter soaps & candles & trying to spend some much needed time on with my husband and pets.

  3. Janet M

    When the weather was good I was in the backyard cleaning up my gardens. Now with rain and cold weather I am doing odd jobs in the house, like cleaning windows.

  4. Gabriella Bell

    Scrapbooking, coloring with colored pencils, quilting and helping my twins with schoolwork.

  5. Janet

    I have been cleaning (deep – moving piles, furniture; going thru clutter; appliqueing, embroidering, reading.

  6. Louise M. DiPaolo

    Sweet. Everyone is edgy these days. A craft and the herbal benefit of lavender is a smart give away!

  7. Kathie

    I am working in the yard, weather permitting. Sewing, quilting, jigsaw puzzles, I got out my adult coloring books and pens. Trying hard to keep busy and not be bored.

  8. Sarah Crews

    I’ve been sewing masks for my DiL, who is a nurse at a local hospital. Having video chats with my grandchildren and reading. But I am really ready for this to be over with!

  9. Leslie

    I have been trying to organize my stash of fabrics. When I get finished, I will start creating gifts for family members and friends. I always try to be that ray of sunshine in someone’s life.

  10. Jean Marmo

    Since we decided to try being snowbirds this winter, we are spending lots of time with the grandkids. At 3 and 1 they don’t understand totally what is happening. Glad we are close and able to help.

  11. Betty

    I alternating projects using alcohol inks, 3Doodler pen, and airbrush…mostly playing! For most of my 76 years, I have not had enough time to play and explore with art ideas. I am continuing to give my attention and love to others, while now having time to just play and create!

  12. Linda

    I am reorganizing my sewing room. So far I have found several things I had forgotten about, that’s always fun! I have a lot to do.

  13. Josephine Edwards

    I’ve been making resin sun catchers with natural stones, glass and acrylic beads.

  14. Gail Bolling

    I’ve been checking in on family, friends and neighbors via FaceTime, email and text messaging to make sure they are ok and to see if they need anything in this terrible time of crisis. I’ve also been making cards for them sending hope, love and wishes for good health.

  15. Judy

    Sewing masks! Cleaning. Delivering masks! Cooking. Cutting fabric for masks! Painting.
    Riding the neighborhood in the golf cart,delivering masks!

  16. Marilyn Shepard

    Quilting! need I say more. I have three grandchildren that want new quilts for their beds

  17. Lolita Cox

    I have been making face masks and I’ve only just begun. I know a lot of people that know that I sew and I can’t say “no” to them,

  18. Lori

    Clearing the decks so I can switch over to mask sewing this weekend. I was able to bind a quilt that was just back from the quilter AND quilt and bind a table runner that has been sitting around begging for attention. Now that it seems that we should all wear a mask when we leave the house, I’m switching over to some good old chain sewing/assembly line sewing. Working to supply friends and family first, then will find someone in the community who can use them. Stay well, stay safe and keep crafting/sewing/CREATING!

  19. Teresa C Willis

    Crafting, making homemade face masks, cooking and spending time with my animals and child.

  20. sue

    sewing masks for the family, knitting, and mostly eating. I could use something with lavender in it to soothe my nerves!

  21. Debbie

    First I have been calling and e mailing friends and family I haven’t spoken to for a while. Checking to see that everyone is safe & fine. I also have organized several things that I have put off. I started back making and designing several jewelry projects and of course doing a lot of cooking.

  22. Laurie Vandevelde

    I have been making COVID19 Masks out of fabric for health care workers and family.

  23. Sherie Christiansen

    I have been making masks for a local doctor’s office (while teaching my grandson how to sew), working on a Grandma’s flower garden quilt (something on my bucket list), and doing some spring cleaning.

  24. Janet Cobb

    Working. I am a Senior CAREgiver so during the pandemic, I am an essential employee.

  25. Patricia Mather

    Decided to do cross stitching , something I haven’t done in a couple years and bake new recipes. It’s been very helpful doing new things right now to keep my focus on positives!

  26. Kelly OBrien

    As a first responder, I’ve been working. I’ve snuck in a little time to make masks and headbands, too. (The headbands help those whose ears hurt after a full shift of elastic pulling on them; they get worn behind the ear and have buttons sewn on to put the elastic on instead.) My neighbors are complaining about being bored and having nothing to do, but I can’t imagine running out of things to do if I had time off – there are so many crafts and projects on my To Do List, and chores I’m falling behind on, and so much need for people to help out others in little ways.

  27. Deeon Laszczak

    I do so many different crafts, I never get bored. I have been knitting, crocheting, making bracelets and tending my orchid plants. And I have lots of other stuff planned too!

  28. Cindy D

    I have been repairing broken jewelry. I have a procrastination pile I am finally attending.

  29. Dianne G.

    I have been doing crafts and lots of extra cleaning. It takes my mind off the negative things and lifts my spirit and hopefully soon I can share the crafts with those I love to bring cheer to them.


    I have been doing some crocheting. Using essential oils for aches and pains. And helping to home school, three great-grandchildren ( ages 10,8 &6).

  31. linda allen

    organizing, getting projects in order i want to do them, even starting some christmas too.

  32. Susan P.

    I made a list of all the things around the house that need to get done; fixing, cleaning and organizing, and am checking off one a day.

  33. Belinda M

    Trying to get my vegetables started for the year and to figure out what to cook without going anywhere.

  34. Pam

    I’m a teacher so I’ve been tied to my computer and my phone, keeping in touch with students. I’d love to relax by making some lavender soap! Good thoughts to all of you. I hope everyone is safe and well.

  35. Kimberly Post author

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

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