Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday, which means we have another wonderful prize to give away. One lucky winner will receive a We R Memory Keepers Craft & Photo Bin!

The awesome solution for storing various types of supplies, and is ideal for organizing photos. Allows you to separate photographs into 16 different cases that all fit within this one bin. Color coded cases help with the organization. Individual bins measures 6 3/8 x 4 1/4 x 1 inch. The organizer bin measures approximately 14 1/3 x 11 x 5 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 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 craft supply can you never have too much of?

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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!

60 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Brenda L

    Paper any kind I use it to making cards or scrapbook pages. Right know I’m using a lot of fabric and plain gift bags and cutting out the fabric and ironing it on to gift bags. So paper Gift bags I can also use.

  2. Laura Buehler

    Paper. I’m addicted to all kinds of paper, but especially specialty paper. I’m a card maker and the crafsforless solid papers are wonderful for die cutting and layering.

  3. Kris Tennessen

    I can never have enough of a variety of ADHESIVES! I LOVE the 3D Form Pads especially. I make hundreds of cards for a kids’ foundation for every holiday and go thru adhesives like water!!!

  4. Nancy Sapp

    I make many cards for friends & relatives. I ALSO need a LOT of adhesives! I also go through adhesives like CRAZY – whether it’s glues or double-stick tapes or sticky foam. I ALWAYS need MORE.

  5. Marissa M.

    Wait…I have to choose???? All of it!
    Adhesive is ALWAYS useful and I can’t get enough of Stickles and currently I would also like unlimited embroidery floss and hoops 🙂

  6. Sue Warnecke

    Tape tape and more tape. All kinds of tape!!! Different types for different uses with NO drying time needed.

  7. Donna Wertz

    It’s hard to say because everything works together—one missing element and you then have an unfinished project. It would like lots of fabric, embroidery thread, stabilizers, card stock, and adhesives. AND-storage units for all my supplies.

  8. Dianne

    I can never have too many metal tag dies! I create tags for every holiday and just love all the different shapes and sizes available.

  9. Jaimi B

    From a practical standpoint, it’s got to be adhesive, but in my heart, there’s always room for more PAPER!

  10. LISA MURDOCK

    The one craft supply I can never have to much of is vintage doilies – I love to think of the hands that made them as I repurpose them in my work. I wonder what this woman was like – did she have children at her feet as she crocheted? Did she have stories to tell as she made each piece?

  11. Danielle Bailey

    Pretty paper! I stopped scrapbooking for a while being a single mom, but found the passion and time to start again!!

  12. Betty

    See-through storage containers! I need more for or all my arts and craft supplies. Too much is stored in boxes that I have to label and list the contents. This is tooooo time consuming, both in packing and locating specific items.

  13. Andrew C

    Interesting,modern, attractive and well written knitting patterns for MEN. So many are either very plain, outdated and boring, or the pattern is poorly written, for only one size, and full of errors,

  14. Barbara E Morse

    Perle Cotton. With 300+ spools in 4 sizes, I still don’t have the right shade in the right size for what I
    want!

  15. lee

    I love crafting paper – for cards, scrapbooking and other crafts! LOVE it! Thank you and have a great weekend!

  16. MelissaSue

    My favorite thing is mulberry paper. Love the edges when you tear it. It’s perfect for layering. I have plenty, but always want more. I’ve got a thing for envelopes, too. I have bought all sizes and colors, but always make a bunch, too. Started a journal today, and had to stop myself at 7 envelopes as I was gathering elements for it. LOL

  17. Danielle Bailey

    Pretty paper! I haven’t scrapped booked in a while being a single mother, but I’ve had more time to do the things I love and I’m so excited!!

  18. Dianne G.

    I cannot ever have enough fabric. Home decorating, fashion, toys, and so many other things can take a flat piece of fabric and turn it into something with dimension and beauty.

  19. Cath T

    Pretty papers are fun. Adhesive is expendable and necessary. Can’t do a paper project without either. Of course, inspiration from other artists is important, too!

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