Free Stuff Friday!!

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Happy Friday! I hope that everyone’s 2022 is off to a good start. Now let’s make it even better for one lucky crafter. Today I have 3 sets of Tim Holtz Distress Pearlescent Crayon Sets to give away.


Tim Holtz Distress Pearlescent Crayons are formulated to achieve shimmery, vibrant coloring effects on porous surfaces for mixed-media. The smooth water-reactive pigment is ideal for brilliant backgrounds, watercoloring, smudge effects, and more. Color directly onto the surface and blend with water.

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 your favorite colors to craft with?

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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. Ms. Tamp

    I try to use colors in provided inspiration prompts, but usually end up with dark sets. I always feel like I need to add more intense color. Thanks for the chance at these set, I’ve wanted to try them out.

  2. Brenda L

    I scrapbook so I use what is in the picture to tell me what I use for backgrounds but it turns out mostly green because the kids are always around nice trees and bushes and grass.

  3. Aurora

    I craft with all different colors of felt, but I don’t enjoy using any colors more than others; I just like a challenge.

  4. Andrew C.

    I try to use all colors, forcing myself pretty far out of my comfort zone sometimes. Blue is my favorite color, so sometimes lock it away, so as to not always gravitate to it.

  5. Katie

    I’m drawn to blues, greens and purples, darker jewel tones, but it’s mood dependent of course, and tends to be seasonal. I’d love to play with these crayons!

  6. Dianne G.

    I love crafting with all colors but tend to use a lot of blues, teal, and green. They seem to be colors that compliment so many color schemes and decor.

  7. Susan

    I like to work with cool liquid colors like turquoise, aqua, teal and then add olives and limes. It’s an interesting contrast.

  8. Renee

    I don’t just select color, I also select pattern. I am currently working on a quilt that is turquoise, aqua, maroon, rust, and off-white. I’ve been making cards lately with those colors. I’ve found some card stock that has those colors.


    My current favorite crafting colors are antique ecru and vegetable dyed mauves and browns.

  10. Cindy D

    My favorite colors to craft with are ocean colors: light blue, blue, aqua, turquoise, and all shades of teal

  11. Katrina

    I love purple and silver……but I need all the colors to craft based on what I’m creating.

  12. Beth Fralix

    I make cards for my church Care Team so I try to use Happy bright colours most of the time except when it’s a Sympathy card, then it’s muted tones. Thank you for the chance! BIG HUGS! God Bless & the Love of Christ to you all!!

  13. Peggy urell

    Purple has been number one since I was about 4. as an older adult I’ve added teal and lime. They’re gorgeous together.

  14. Fran of Art in Cloth

    I am making a tryptic featuring African Shamen so the colors I’m using are the vibrant colors of Africa, rich mustard, red, black and a neutral tan. Black is a staple!

  15. Laura Buehler

    I usually try to use colors that the recipient of my cards like. I personally love blue, but I tend to use yellows and green most often for my handmade greeting cards.

  16. Shannon Broughton

    I love using different colors, it really depends on the project and my “mood” at the time! I have noticed though that I lean towards vibrant shades of whatever color I am using.

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