Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday again and we have another wonderful giveaway for you, so let’s get right to it! Today I am giving away one of these ⭐⭐⭐BRAND NEW⭐⭐⭐, Totally Tiffany Triangle Travelers!

The perfect accessory to your crafting ensemble, The Totally Tiffany Triangle Traveler is a small bag with big storage. The three clear zipped pouches (Large: 7 x 6 inch, Medium: 7 x 5 1/2 inch and Small: 7 x 4 inch) mean you can keep your tools and small supplies visible and accessible. These pouches can be used within the bag or individually for even more versatility.

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 your favorite tradition or holiday?

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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!

52 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Kim Charton

    When my daughter was little we would get in the car, pick up some fast food French fries and drive around the neighbor looking at Christmas lights. French fries always taste better on the car. It was a wonderful chance to relax, enjoy the lights, have a bit of a guilty pleasure with the fries and most importantly, spend some time with my daughter.

  2. Susan Wernecke

    Just before Christmas our children and their families come over for our Christmas craft. Each family works on the chosen project which they get to take home at the end of the evening. Whether its a Gingerbread House, a wreath, a gift for our loved animals, it’s a great time of family, food and crafting!!

  3. Brenda L

    My niece and nephew always loves to fix reindeer food oats and glitter and we always over the front lawn so that Santa would never miss their house. Now they are grown and have kids of their own and we stull do the same thing and these 4 little ones run and throw much more than their parents ever did.

  4. Sandy Sobel

    Lighting the Chanukah menorah, turning down the lights, and watching the beauty of the candles as they illuminate the room. It reminds me of lighting them as a child when the family would gather around and each of us rotated nights taking turns. The lights further remind us of our existence and persistence of ancestors through the generations.

  5. Randi

    I’m not really a fan of traditions or holidays. Traditions are like peer pressure from dead people and holidays are are basically just big profits for big retailers.

  6. Patricia Ceccacci

    My favorite holiday is any one I can be with my family. I love when family gets together and has fun. Always a dinner and sometimes games after

  7. Leigh Anne Benton

    To me, it marks the start of Autumn, hoodies, hot cocoa, baking treats, & the holiday season! I love making over- the- top mini haunted house in the driveway & garage for the neighbors. Secretly, I relish how even the adults & older teens turn into gleeful kiddos. Yep, definitely Halloween! It’s the start of everything magical.

  8. Wendy

    Wrapping up a gag gift for my sons-a momento from something funny that happened in the past. Is fun to see their expressions of a great memory of the past. We usually do this when giving their Christmas holiday gifts.

  9. Renata

    Our family going deep into the woods to find the perfect tree. Thick jackets and snow boots. Hot cocoa in a big thermos. Birdseed to leave behind as a thank you.

  10. Ione Ferrand

    Christmas, my mom, would make my sister and I s big red apple decorated like santa. Also, a large red sock filled with all sorts of goodies, like an apple & orange, nuts, candy canes, kisses, gum, small candies & toys. When we were older, we would make fruitcakes, starting the day after Thanksgiving. Such fond memories at age 78 and I thank God for them, what a wonderful childhood and life.

  11. Sue

    Christmas. It is magical for children and it was magical for me when I was young. I like to keep it that way for them!

  12. Pam Glenn

    We have a large family (13 grandkids and 10 great grandchildren) my husband and I house hop to watch them open their gifts. This year is different because our oldest great grandson who is 7 is at St. Judes in Memphis with leukemia and hopefully will get back home. I’m with him right now. His mom and stepdad had to go back to Tulsa to pack up their house because their landlord is selling his rental properties and they had to be out December 1st . A lot has happened in a month but God is good and we will get through this.

  13. Chyrl

    I love Thanksgiving! It is a time to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for and a great kickoff for the true meaning on Christmas.

  14. Paula

    EVERY day should be a holiday! We awake to a new 24 hours of opportunity. We should celebrate today as tomorrow is not a guarantee. Live and celebrate daily!

  15. Nikki Homer

    Our favorite tradition growing up was to get our Christmas tree on horseback. Mom would make a thermos of hot chocolate and we would set out early to find the perfect tree! It was definitely the best time of the year!

  16. Lynne Q

    My mom used to stuff a “santa” sack full of candy and small gifts and trinkets, stocking stuffer type items. Then all the grandkids would gather around and she would toss out the gifts while calling out the name of the recipient. It became quite the event, the kids started wearing helmets due to flying candy and baseball gloves as a joke. Sounds kind of crazy but it was so fun. I love Christmas and the magic of the season.

  17. Thea Jimenez

    Wow! You have the best giveaways!

    My favorite tradition is having my children snuggled on either side of me and reading a different Christmas story every night before Christmas. Within the glow of the Christmas tree lights, I feel surrounded by love.

  18. Janet M

    My favourite is decorating the house and outside using natural elements. I like to incorporate fresh flowers, evergreens and handmade elements.

  19. Susan Izbiansky

    I no longer have any family left but my favorite memories are when me grandparents came over on Christmas Eve to help decorate he tree.

  20. NANCY D

    When my kids were younger it was driving around looking at the Christmas lights and making sugar cookies.

  21. Theresa H

    I love christmas with my family, singing carols, reading the christmas story, opening gifts, playing games, just being together. I love any holiday with the family together.

  22. Ginny M

    Looking at Christmas lights when I was little with my parents ! And now watching Christmas movies snuggled on the couch with my hubby !

  23. Darlene Holte

    My favorite Christmas tradition is Christmas morning breakfast of biscuits and gravy with fried apples.

  24. Thresa Davis

    Our 1st baby was premature & so tiny that she wore doll clothes. We had a small wooden sleigh decoration that we always put under our Christmas tree. We sat her in it on her 1st Christmas for pictures. We continued taking pictures next to that sleigh every Christmas since. She just turned 19 this year!

  25. MonicaAD

    I love the memories of all the vintage Christmas deco my grandmother and mom owned … FIESTA 🙂

  26. Betty

    Easter has always been my favorite holiday. Attending Easter sunrise services is my favorite tradition.
    Please extend to Pam Glenn my thoughts and prayers. If my name should be selected for the Tiffany Triangular Traveler, please send it to Pam.

  27. Darlice G Goulding

    I have always wanted to do craft shows. Now that I’m retired I do shows at Christmas with my daughter and sometimes my granddaughter. It’s fun to share the time with them and my handmade Christmas crafts with others.

  28. Denise Bryant

    Awesome prize! That looks really handy!
    My favorite tradition is baking 4 or 5 kinds of holiday cookies for friends and neighbors. I package them up and deliver them just before Christmas.

  29. Lee

    My grandparents were immigrants from Eastern Europe – Poland and Slovakia – and kept as many of their traditions as they could when they came to the US. One tradition was the Christmas Eve dinner, which is meatless, and always began with sharing the oplatki – thin wafers made from a paste of flour and water and baked till dry. (Oplatki are the same as Catholic communion wafers, but are shaped into rectangles roughly 3” x 5” and stamped with a Christmas scene of some kind). Every person received a wafer, and then shared a piece with every other person, expressing good wishes for the coming year.

    The best part of the meal, however, was the pierogi that was served last! Making them was an all-day affair shared with my mother and sisters, and we laughed a lot.

    I continued these traditions with my two daughters, and I am happy that they, too, continue to make their own pierogi and celebrate the Christmas Eve dinner in their own homes. Since they live in Chicago, it is easy for them to obtain oplatki from the Slavic churches, and they send me some as well, when we can’t be together for the holiday.

  30. Dianne

    My favorite holiday is Christmas. My favorite tradition is driving to larger towns and looking at all the lights and decorations and listening to Josh Groban’s Noel CD.

  31. Laura

    I’ve always loved baking, and while I make a few things my dad made every year I also have my own that I’ve been making for years. I love doing big batches and passing out treats to the workers of various stores that we go to frequently. It always brings so much joy to us and the people that receive. My specialty is homemade marshmallows.

  32. D. Wilson

    Every year, I enjoy playing my CD of the music from the Charlie Brown Christmas movie, by the Vince Guaraldi Trio. It is Christmas-y without being too much, annoying and cheesy. It is an excellent CD, and I would recommend it for enjoyable listening.

  33. Nancy Sapp

    Believe it or not – Halloween is MY favorite holiday! Mom would take us trick-or-treating. We took PILLOW-CASES for all the candy, homemade cookies & apples we’d receive! When we got home, Dad always wanted to see what kind of candies we got & he ATE the best ones! My Dad’s gone now & I sure miss that funny tradition of him eating all our GOOD candy!

  34. Dianne G.

    We have a big family meal on Christmas Eve and then all the children get one gift. It is always pajamas and once that gift is open it means Santa is on his way and they have to hurry to get them on and go to sleep or Santa will not stop and bring them their gifts.

  35. Renee

    For so many years, I’ve made it a “tradition” to scramble up to the last minute to finish making gifts and getting them shipped in time to arrive before Christmas

  36. Betty Horne

    My love Christmas because that’s when Jesus was born and the true meaning of Christmas . But Favorite is Easter because that’s when my Savior arose from the grave . God Saves

  37. Judy K.

    I love the caroling and the Christmas lights. It feels warm and joyous for the celebration of this special time of year.

  38. Jean V.

    Decorating the yard for Christmas! We take down the Halloween yard decorations and start putting up Christmas (nothing is lit up until after Thanksgiving, though!) The entire yard sparkles with lights! Love the decorating!

  39. Faye Warriner

    Baking all kinds of holiday treats. I love everything Christmas. Sharing sweet treats and doing fun things to make others smile. Creating fun cards to exchange. Lots of fun to be had in every venue and most importantly Happy Birthday Baby Jesus

  40. Rose

    Our family tradition was going out to a nice family restaurant on Christmas Eve. After dinner we would go home and decorate the tree.

  41. Karen W

    I think I’ve always enjoyed Thanksgiving Day the most – whether gathering with lots of family or it’s just the 2 of us, it kicks off the holiday season. The baking & cooking the day are not as stressful as years past. No matter the best intentions, sometimes it feels like Christmas gifting season comes too quickly – and the pressure of those gifts that are not yet finished (or even decided on), but then the wrapping, decorating, and putting on some holiday music helps bring on the holiday spirit. Here’s hoping that those celebrating Hannukah, Christmas, Kwanza or Festivus find respite from the pandemic depression this year & feel their spirits lifted.

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