Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s the first Friday of Fall y’all!!! This week I am giving away a crafting essential that should be in everyone’s craft area, a set of Aleene’s Always Ready Tacky Glues!!

Aleene’s Always Ready Tacky Glues are the same trusted Aleene’s Glues that you LOVE, but with an inverted cap stand keeps glue ready for action!

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’s the last thing you completed that you’re proud of?

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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!

24 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Brenda Lieswald

    Easy question my niece’s 18 years of birth to now scrapbook and only a year late. After taking off 3 yrs when my mother was sick. But my niece loved it as a late graduation gift.

  2. Dianne G.

    I made a lot of different styles of hair bows for my youngest granddaughter. She loves to wear her bows and that makes me happy.

  3. Laura

    I was asked to make octopus jewelry as a special gift, I’ve never tried making an octopus before so it was a really fun challenge!

  4. Kitten WAW

    A sweater I made using about 90 different yarns, about 60 different stitch patterns, plus the waistbands from jeans.

  5. Jaimi B

    I put together pocket album pages and a selection of embellishments for my daughter-in-law so she can easily make a First Year album and a 1st Birthday Party mini-album for my grandson.

  6. Jessica S.

    A pop-up birthday card for my future daughter-in-law. I used inking techniques to create ‘terra cotta’ pots filled with sunflowers. Turned out beautifully.

  7. Cath T

    Embarrassingly simple, but some little signs for a charity kitchen, to identify different categories of food on the shelves. I could easily have done them in a few seconds with a Sharpie, but I went a step further and used diecut lettering, colored paper and embellishments to make them fun to look at. A load more fun than cleaning out the shed, though cleaning out the shed was way more important. Hard to be proud of something boring I should have done ages ago.

  8. Kelly OBrien

    After making some Marine-themed masks for my dad early on in the pandemic, I began making masks for all the military branches and donating them to the V.A. hospital and VFW so that the veterans could proudly display their pride in their service while keeping themselves and those around them safe. I also used up the remainder of my child-themed fabrics to make masks for our local children’s hospital. Several hundreds of masks later, I finally finished back in December, when I’d hoped we were going to see the end of it all soon. Unfortunately, we’re still masking up, but I still feel proud to have given something back to those who have served us.

  9. Stella

    I made 28 more masks for family members, at the beginning of summer . . .

    Melody J has a good idea, we cook almost daily but don’t count the meals as a completed project! Duh!

  10. Patricia Mayne-Schlachtun

    First of all, I had a birthday yesterday and turned 65! I’m still in shock over that one!

    On to the topic at hand … I finally made labels for the bins I bought at Dollar Tree for organizing my socks and paint/yard clothes. I have more to do but I did the labels with my Cricut machine, print n cut, then used my BigShot and a die to fancy it all up. then attached them to the soft bins with Aileen’s Tacky Glue. I also bought plastic bins and a white board and organized my freezer. These are 2 projects I’ve procrastinated over for months on end. Next up, I have 2 sundresses I want to sew up. I have everything on hand … patterns, thread, zippers, trim.
    I DO count meals I cook as completed projects because I really don’t know much about cooking and it is very difficult for me to make a meal. Nothing there to add to my list.

  11. Mary Eberle

    I’ve been busy painting pumpkins for fall deorations. I’ve been painting the last one today! Almost ready to set them out

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