Free Stuff Friday

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It’s another fabulous Friday, and I am  excited to give away these Zakka Workshop Kits! I am how cute are they? I know I want them.

Create an adorable hexagon purse and customized wallet with these kits from Zakka Workshop. These kits come with step-by-step instructions, full-color photos, full-size templates and the hardware.

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’s the messiest craft you’ve ever made?

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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!

47 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday

  1. Barbaara

    A sweater that I am trying to knit. A 16 year old boy is trying to teach me how to knit and so far he does a great job. I just ripped the kitting out for about the 8th time and will give it another try. I am 85 years old so something new is kind of hard to learn for my age. I have always wanted to learn to knit so am giving it a try.

  2. Brenda L

    I don’t think I have a messiest it seems like everything I do needs a cleaning crew to follow.
    I do mostly paper crafts like cards and scrapbooking. I hate cleaning glitter.

  3. Vera

    Sewing projects. Since my workspace is limited I cut out on the dining table and sew in my craft room. It also requires having multiple pieces of equipment which take up space. Then of course there are the threads, pins, fabric snips…you get the picture!

  4. Carmen

    I had some messy crafts with my young daughter – lots of paint, glue, and glitter everywhere! Especially, if I wasn’t watching how much of each she was DUMPING on the project LOL.

  5. Tammy

    paint pouring with resin and acrylics, did it one time, with great results; but very messy. had paint on me my shoes. not something I would do as a regular craft. Painting t-shirts, sewing and crochet I’ll stick to, no mess..

  6. Ren

    Paper mache for pinatas. One of my first projects was a hockey puck for a Mighty Ducks themed birthday and boy, was it a hockey puck. The kids had to literally beat it to the ground to get to the treats. I still hear about that one. But hey, I didn’t waste all the newspaper and flour paste.

  7. Wendy

    Paint pouring into Christmas ornaments. It would be messy to get the extra paint out so they would dry…

  8. Traci Brennan

    Alcohol inks! I try to be careful, but still end up with inks in some interesting places…like on the dog.

  9. Andrew C.

    Candle making with Mom, back in the late 60s,early 70s. There was a big craze for candles at the time, and we started off following a simple tutorial from a magazine, then went crazy with everything we could think of. We used paraffin blocks, model paint, crayons, food coloring, ink, sand, ice, marbles, glitter and I don’t remember what else. We dipped, we molded, we made ice candles, sand candles, layered candles. We even used an electric beater to make “frothy snow” for some Christmas candles.

  10. Katie

    Dis de los muertos sugar skulls with a classroom full of second graders. Sugar, frosting in every color, everywhere; floor, desks, chairs, hair…but so wonderful!

  11. Janet M

    I enjoy flower and evergreen crafts and not only my kitchen table but the entire kitchen floor is covered with bits of flowers and needles. I try to do it at one sitting so I just have one major cleanup.

  12. Jaimi B

    A glitter mesh wreath that resulted in a cute decor piece and glitter on nearly everything in the room.

  13. Carole Israel Freeman

    Mesh wreaths! I bought so much mesh before I actually made one. Made two. Couldn’t stand them. Messy. Not as easy as instructions say. I have given away so many rolls! I don’t even like to look at them any more!!

  14. NANCY D

    Anything made with glitter, and I do love glitter! But I usually get it all over, including on the dog.

  15. Linda Bee

    Anything with glue is messy for me. I get it all over my fingers, then on the project and table. Try to wipe it off with kleenex or fabric which make more of a mess. You’d think I was 6 years old.

  16. MonicaAD

    Cutting and sewing with velvet makes a mess to all my machines, rotary cutters and scissors (YUCK) … FIESTA ANYHOW!!!!

  17. JoAnn

    Anything with glitter and glue….impossible to control. Had to use sticky tape to clean up the place.

  18. Noreene

    Mine would most likely be making Christmas Cards & using glitter& sticky specks on the same project. The two don’t mix … glitter everywhere for days and sticky specks all over my hands & work surface. Lesson learned, now I use the sticky specks & completely clean up before using glitter.

  19. Kelly OBrien

    Anything involving glitter and glue. Even if the end product looks clean, I always end up with glitter glued to my hands…and the table, or chair, or tools, etc..

  20. Sharon Knisely

    Paper mache! I always have glue all over me, the table, the chair etc! But I love to craft! Even if it’s messy!

  21. Dianne G.

    One of the messiest projects I made was a table decoupaged with a collage of fruit and vegetable pictures cut out of ads and magazines. It turned out great but it was pretty messy and took a long time to make. I peeled layers of decoupage off my hands each time I worked on it.

  22. Donnalynn Lawton

    the messiest craft was the canister creatures we make at our New Year’s Eve Community event. We have to glue multiple pieces of pre-cut construction paper pieces as well as tulle and yarn. It requires us to hold the pieces in place until the glue starts to set. The kids love them and they take a couple of days to thoroughly dry.

  23. Pam

    A fabric collage quilt is the messiest craft that I have done. But what fun! Thanks for offering this great giveaway. I’d love to make these cute bags.

  24. Laura

    When I thought it would be fun to splatter paint a shirt. I laid down plastic wrap and hung the shirt up to get all sides at once. It was great fun!

  25. Renee

    The embossing glitter on hand-made Christmas cards. It goes everywhere, including the recipient’s homes.

  26. Sara

    I tried to make hemstitched linen handkerchiefs on an airplane. I wouldn’t say it is messy done at home, but on the plane I ended up with lint and tiny threads all over me and the seat.

  27. Bonnie Hayes

    The messiest craft I ever did was black witches and ghosts with black cheesecloth for the witches and white for the ghosts. I had to dye the cheesecloth first and didn’t have any gloves. My hands were black for a week and then the glue and stiffener went everywhere. Never went there again.

  28. Kimberly Post author

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

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