Free Stuff Friday!!

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Woo Hoo! It’s Friday and you know what that means. That is right, I am back with another great Free Stuff Friday! This one is for all the quilters out there. Today I have an Around the Bobbin Snug as a Mug on a Rug Pattern and Silicone Refill Pack to give away.

You’ll love to make, use and gift these mug rug designs. Use your silicone mug rugs to protect surfaces against hot, cold and wet mugs. Great gifts for teachers, colleagues, friends or family. Unleash your creativity for the 6 1/2 in. lock next to the silicone by fussy cutting a fabric motif you love. Includes 3 view variations to let you get creative with the simple block construction. Kit include: 2 heat-resistant, sewable silicone overlays, a full instructional guide with full-color diagrams and a bonus mini mug rug pattern. Finished mug rugs measure approximately 7 x 11 inch.

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 winner 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 was your favorite school lunch as a kid?

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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!

30 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Brenda L

    Our mother took and taught cake decorating so there was always frosting being made we got sick of cake but we loved graham crackers with frosting after school.

  2. CAROL L.

    I still love Grilled Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup. Old habits are hard to break, I guess. LOL!

  3. Ms. Tamp

    I liked the cheeseburger days. The side of fries were always crispy. Thanks for the chance at this kit, I haven’t seen one like it.

  4. Laura Buehler

    We had to bring our lunch and none of them were especially good. I got so sick of baloney with catsup that I haven’t touched either since I became an adult.

  5. Stella

    Wow! Crazy to remember that far back . . . chicken, mashed potatoes, peas and gravy is all I can remember

  6. Betty

    I liked any school lunch, as long as they had buttermilk or chocolate milk to drink. I hated plain mild then and now! My favorite food at school was an oval shaped peanut butter and syrup desert. I don’t have a name for it, or I would try to find a recipe for use today.

  7. Linda Bee

    I usually took a bag lunch to school. And peanut butter & jelly were usually in the bag. Mom always put the sandwich in a little baggies. But I was always jealous of the kids who had their sandwich folded in wax paper. When they opened their sandwich, it was like a little tray. Finally told mom about it when I was 50.

  8. Judi Reiss

    I ate a lot of cream cheese and jelly sandwiches but I loved when my Mom would put in a “snowball” for dessert.

  9. Kelly OBrien

    We didn’t have school lunches as a kid, we brought our own, although we could purchase a pint of milk for 4 cents or chocolate milt for a nickel. But I always loved ham and swiss cheese sandwiches…and on super special days…fluffernutter!


    Having 5 brothers and sisters, we typically had peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, sandwich cookies and a small red delicious apple (these are the only items available for lunch that lasted over the weekend as Mom shopped on Friday). Although it was a routine, I still love this combination, although I upgraded the cookie from store-brand to Oreo.

  11. Renee

    I don’t really remember what the main course was but I do remember cranberry crumb bars for dessert .They were tart and sweet at the same time.

  12. Sara

    I usually brought a lunch box from home, but sometimes when the the cafeteria served turkey with mashed potatoes, gravy, and a roll, I’d buy my lunch. There would be a side of green beans and some kind of crumble-topped dessert. I still feel a bit nostalgic for that.

  13. Cheryl

    When I was in grade school, we only had a lunch program for a couple years. There weren’t choices, you got what was prepared that day. The aroma coming from the kitchen traveled through all of our small school. Sure made you hungry! My favorite was spaghetti, even tho one of the older boys kept calling it worms.

  14. Robin

    Grilled Cheese day, it was so perfect and yummy! When I was in grade school they didn’t offer pizza, I’m old school. However, I work for a pizza company now and make up for lost pizza day lunches!!

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