Free Stuff Friday!!

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Happy Friday and Merry Christmas Eve for those who celebrate! We hope you’re all settling in for a wonderful Christmas and we have special gift to give away to someone who has been nice this year. So, let’s get to it!

This week’s winner will receive a $50 CreateForLess Gift Certificate!

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 are you hoping is under the tree?

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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!

55 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Janet Cobb

    I’m wishing for peace…from Covid19 and all of the hatred that has arisen over vaccinated/not vaccinated, racism, politics, etc. We are better than that. I’m just wishing for a peaceful, blessed and healthy Christmas and 2022 for all. Merry Christmas and happy crafting to all!

  2. Brenda L

    Under the tree nothing but good for people to all step back and think before speaking bad about others.
    Okay maybe a few craft items like paper and stamps under the tree would be nice.

  3. Kathy

    I’m wishing for health and happiness for all in 2022! As a healthcare worker, it’s been a crazy 2 years!

  4. Evelyn Mayfield

    What I’m hoping for can’t be wrapped. In spite of my own old age and financial issues, I have several friends and loved ones in even more difficult situations so I’m hoping for peace and health and comfort for them!

  5. Randi

    What I want most can’t be bought, wrapped, or placed under a tree. Tangible items are irrelevant with all the illnesses & injuries myself & my loved ones are dealing with.

  6. Laura

    I received it early, but I got some rainbow titanium rings to play with! I’ve been wanting to create with them for quite awhile.

  7. CAROL L.

    If this one gift could be wrapped and placed under everybody’s tree, it would be peace and kindness toward all.

  8. Maria Shehan

    I don’t have any materialistic items under my tree but I have my health, my husband is still alive and a daughter who has let us stay with her. The story was my husband lost his job and his health became very bad. We had to sell our house. I’m disabled so I couldn’t return to the work force. My beautiful daughter asked us to live with her. I gave lots of my craft supplies to my friends because we didn’t have enough space for craft supplies. I’m glad my daughter let me keep all my scrapbooks. Thank you God for my family. Wishing you all a merry Christmas and happy new year.

  9. Melissa S. Smither

    Vagabond 2 after using my sizzix manual crank for this years gnomes and all my other papercrafting gifts my shoulder needs a rest!

  10. Jaimi B

    Our family has already celebrated and exchanged gifts, so tge only thing left to wish for is a new year of good health, peace and prosperity.

  11. Laura Buehler

    For me I would love to have more CRAFTING SUPPLIES under the tree. However, what I truly wish for is Love, Happiness, Health, Peace and Prosperity for all the world. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to everyone at Create For Less.

  12. Lynne Q

    The past two years have been tough ones for lots of reasons. Obviously there has been the concern about COVID, vaccinations, political and social unrest, climate change ….. So my one real wish is that people, especially my family, can find peace, and that people start treating others as they themselves would like to be treated. Oh yes, and lots of books!

  13. Carole L

    What I would wish for most of all for everyone is peace, good physical and mental health, and economic stability. And an abundance of food and water. I know that only great will can possibly accomplish this. Of course, beads and supplies would be awesome! May God smile upon the world. We can do our best!

  14. Peggy urell

    My most wished for gift is “a Million Dollars and a wagon load of spending money”. The spending money would mostly a spent at Create for Less.

  15. Andrew C.

    What I’d like to see under the tree is the soil it was grown in. The stupidest gift I ever received was one of those “A tree has planted in xxxx in your name!” certificates. It arrived with the “YYYY Family Christmas Card” – which was a photo of them out chopping down their tree? So, yeah. I’d just like to see the tree growing out where it belongs.

  16. Sue S.

    I would love to have my whole family under the tree. But since that is not possible, I wish them all
    love and health. P.S. Yarn is always welcomed!

  17. Lynn Armstrong

    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! I honestly want to see the human race treat each other with love, understanding, and compassion. I also want to see our planet Earth treated in the same way. Blessing to all and Much Love!!

  18. Jane Parrish Parrish

    I am hoping for a rather large gift bag full of yarns and knitting needles or maybe some fabrics and a new sewing machine Ooooh,boy! Is it to late to add to my Christmas list? rasberries!~ Merry Christmas

  19. De Guinn

    Free stuff! Thank you for making this offer. How very thoughtful. I’d like so see the whole line of Catherine Pooler or Versa Claire inks. Either one would be welcomed under the tree and in my craftroom!

  20. Tami B

    I’m of the age where what’s under the tree doesn’t matter anymore…it’ who’s around the tree (*& who’s missing.) Good health & happiness for my family would be what I ask for.

  21. Kelly OBrien

    What I want most is time. Time to get projects done that have been waiting for years as life has gotten busier and more stressful. Time to spend with friends and family. Time for us all to just “take a breath” and calm down so we can remember we’re all on the same team and stop the anger that is separating us. Time to fix the things we’ve broken and time to enjoy them once they’re fixed.

  22. LISA MURDOCK

    My family has all passed, so there is no tree, just me. But I hope everyone else gets something under their tree that makes them smile!

  23. Gail Plaskiewicz

    Lots & lots of craft supplies for my card making. There is a store that is a small business that had a lousy year & they sell stamps, ink pads, embellishments with a discount because of how bad they do. I would love a gift certificate from them & from you! Actually, I’ll take anything!

  24. Dianne G.

    I would love to see kindness and compassion return to everyone in the world if that kind of wish would fit under the tree. Probably a more realistic wish would be pictures of my grandchildren under the tree.

  25. Denise Bryant

    Hoping for some new stamps and dies! Also wishing for good health and happiness for my family and all!

  26. Penny V.

    I wish to find a magical box of “hope” under the tree. I could open it and release love and light to those that are feeling they’ve almost lost their hope.

  27. Jean V.

    That the world would find love between everyone and all the senseless hate would come to an end. Let there be peace in this world. Merry Christmas and God Bless Everyone in the New Year!

  28. Carol Y

    I could use a Janome Ultra Guide foot. We’ve been opening presents as they arrive this year, so it’s been like Christmas every day, but I need a foot for the new pleather I bought.

  29. Joyce

    A big box of yarn. I crochet most every day, but more so in the winter. Thank you for this opportunity.

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