Free Stuff Friday!!

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Happy Free Stuff Friday! Santa sent us a note this week asking us to help spread some holiday cheer, and so this week you have the chance to win a Pro Art Fantasia Colored Pencil Set.

Pro Art Fantasia Colored Pencil Set includes intensive, bright colored pencils with strong lead. Easy to sharpen lead. Hexagonal pencil body stays where you put it without rolling. Comes in a metal storage tin with attached lid. Tin measures approximately 11 3/4 x 5/8 x 7 1/2 inch. 36 pc.

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 Holiday movie?

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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!

61 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Deb Foltyn

    Miracle on 34 street
    This year with the virus lurking, we have gone back to creative crafting, even making our own hand colored Christmas cards.
    May God bless!

  2. Meagan

    Anything Hallmark- though I already know the ending. Love always wins.

    My daughter would love those pencils!

  3. Wendy

    My best holiday times were when my sons were young. We loved watching Home Alone over and over. Just thinking about my sons and that movie puts a smile on my face :)))

  4. Vicky

    Maybe not considered a holiday movie but each December I looked forward to the next new installment of Star Wars. This year it’ll be Wonder Woman and Kurt Russell’s second Christmas movie! Happy holidays y’all!

  5. Debbi Grimm

    National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, it never fails to make me laugh, which is something really needed this year!

  6. Janet

    I like all the Christmas movies, but I think my favorite would be watching a ballet company do the Nutcracker.

  7. Jan Brown

    My favorite holiday movie is Miracle on 34th Street. Been watching since I was a kid. Now, I am almost 70!!

  8. Nancy M. Chambret

    I have. Budding artist in my family now, she is 10 and love painting and coloring, does beautiful pictures. She would love these set of pencils to help her imagination.

  9. Theresa

    Gosh, so hard to choose just one. I would say “Elf” if I’m in the mood for a comedy and “It’s A Wonderful Life” if I’m feeling more sentimental. It’s a great reminder to evaluate the last year of my life and be grateful for all the good things. This will be especially important this year given all we’ve all lost or postponed due to Covid. Merry Christmas everyone! Stay safe and healthy.

  10. Betty

    My favorite is “A Christmas Story,” because it so truthfully portrays life in the late 40’s and early 50’s from a child’s perspective.

  11. Sherry Nickum-Bucalo

    The Grinch, preferably the old version. My all time favorite is The Little Drummer Boy, but that hasn’t been on for years, unfortunately

  12. MelodyJ

    A Muppet’s Christmas Carol. It is a fun twist on a classic. But the theater version cut out one of the most meaningful songs and apparently some DVD versions have as well. It is on the VHS version and YouTube.

  13. Carol Saylor

    It’s not Christmas without seeing White Christmas. But It’s a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street get me in the holiday spirit really fast!

  14. Theresa H

    Old movie It’s a Wonderful Life with Jimmy Stewart and newer The Most Wonderful Time of the Year with Henry Winkler

  15. Kelly OBrien

    Beyond Tomorrow, or It Happened on 5th Avenue, The Holiday, or A Christmas Story. I’ll watch them all whenever they’re on.

  16. Lynne Q

    This is a tough one because I like so many of the Christmas movies. I think I’ll have to say Miracle on 34th Street, both the original and the remake. Hot chocolate, popcorn and a Christmas movie, what more could you want!

  17. Nancy Penry

    My favorite movie is the animated The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. I can’t get enough of the Grinch’s little dog!

  18. Denise Bryant

    Beautiful colored pencil set! Thanks for the chance to win!
    My favorite Christmas movie is White Christmas! It reminds me of a time several years back when I was visiting my Mom at her house during a vacation week. I always spent a week in early December with her so I could give her a hand decorating her home. While I was there, we went to see the play version of White Christmas at her local Performing Arts Center. I really treasured that time we spent together.

  19. Donnalynn Lawton

    White Christmas . I love Bing and Danny. Their interactions are hysterical. And I always cry when the General tries to be the gruff old soldier at the end.

  20. Jennifer Hendrick

    No doubts, “It’s A Wonderful Life”! Watched it every year since I was a child, love that movie!!

  21. Gail Plaskiewicz

    I have a few. Since I first saw it in the 60’s, I’ve always loved a Charlie Brown Christmas. The fact that they told Charles Shultz not to mention the story of the birth of our Lord & he did it anyway says a lot. It’s so 60’s but it’s also relevant for today. I always sing along with Hark The Herald Angels Sing & Christmas Time Is Here. I also love any & all Hallmark movies. There was one in particular that involved a train taking people to the town & I remember thinking Oh my gosh, I would love to live there! Now I would love to just live in any of those Hallmark Christmas movies because no masks, they hug & kiss each other, no one is 6 ft. away & there are lots of people in restaurants & all over!

  22. Mary

    White Christmas! “I want to wash my hair in snow”. My family and I can practically recite every line in the movie.

  23. Sara D.

    Well, my favorite movie to watch at Christmas-time is not really a Christmas movie, as such, but it used to come on every Christmas. Camelot! I just loved watching it every year. My parents went to see it at the theatre when I was a little girl, and it must have made an impression on me.

  24. Jo-Ann

    My favorite holiday movie is March of the Wooden Soldiers with Laurel & Hardy! I have always loved watching it even as an adult! I would love to win the colored pencils as I love to color and recently bought two Tatoo coloring books from Amazon!

  25. Kimberly Post author

    Congratulations Donna!! You were randomly selected as this weeks winner. Please look for an email with how to claim your prize.

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