Free Stuff Friday!

Happy Friday!

This Friday is actually pretty special: The Olympics opening ceremony kicks off the 2012 Summer games tonight. Held in London, the Summer games include sports such as swimming, gymnastics, soccer, basketball, tennis and so much more!

Since I couldn’t find an Olympics-themed prize, I’m  just going to go ahead and give away a Krafter’s Purse from StoneCreek Creations, Inc. This craft caddy can hold a ton of stuff and is sturdy and durable. Who doesn’t need more storage space for all their sewing stuff?

SCC BL Free Stuff Friday!

All you have to do to enter to win this great prize is answer the following question in the comments section below: What is your favorite Summer Olympics event?

Even if you don’t sit down and watch, the Olympics coverage is everywhere. And they hold a plethora of events. But for me, gymnastics is where it’s at. Those athletes are crazy strong and still so graceful!

Weigh in for a chance to win our prize! Winner will be announced on Monday–have a great weekend and good luck!

GO TEAM USA!!

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229 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Mary Mac says:

    Hate to sound like a broken record but I love swimming.

  2. Judith Mertes says:

    gymnastics

  3. Danielle S says:

    Gymnastics – because I remember watching that as a kid. But I do like archery too.

  4. Carla says:

    gymnastics…

  5. JUDITH A. MOON says:

    It has to be the swimming. I always admire anyone that can swim. My grandkids are great at it and I am 61 and still can’t swim. Think I will try to learn before I am 62. I love the bag and I sure hope I win.

  6. I enjoy watching gymnastics and diving. Although this year I’ll be watching the BMX cycling as well since my 13 yr old nephew races BMX. :o )

  7. Linda says:

    Swimming events.

  8. LauraM says:

    Opening Ceremony is always great! Gymnastics & diving are probably my favorites, but I love watching all of it.

  9. Michelle Hall says:

    Diving as I knew the great Greg Louganis when he was a kid just starting out!

  10. Mama Lusco says:

    I love to watch track & field!

  11. Diana says:

    No real favorite sport. I love the Olympics for all the sports and watching the best athletes in the world compete.

  12. LInda says:

    Volleyball for me!

  13. Paula Durkin says:

    Swimming and Gymnastics!! Things I could NEVER imagine doing!!

  14. Linda Pittman says:

    swmming, swimming and more swimming then gymnastics

  15. Veronica Reed says:

    Gymnastics is my all time favorite. I can remember in years past being up well past my bedtime to watch them flip and tumble their way through their events.

  16. bsmith says:

    Love swimming. Really love it all.

  17. Sharon Johnson says:

    sand volleyball

  18. Sharon Johnson says:

    beach volleyball and archery

  19. Paula S says:

    I love ladies gymnastics. It is great to see young women do such daring feats and still remain beautiful. Go USA!!!

  20. SewLindaAnn says:

    Tennis!

  21. Chris says:

    Gymnastics and Swimming

  22. Jane Holleran says:

    My favorite Olympic sport is swimming.. Thank you

  23. Sandhya Deo says:

    Swimming! The swimmers are so graceful as they glide through the water – and so fast, if you blink, the race is over :)

  24. Georgia Tague says:

    The website for the Krafter’s tote does not exist! It comes up, and then takes you on a wild goose chase.

  25. erika says:

    i like taekwondo and gymastics

  26. Phyllis Steed says:

    gymnastics and volleyball, and basketball

  27. Deegammi says:

    I like gymnastics

  28. Jane says:

    Track and Field, in particular the shorter races and the hurdles. Those runners just fly!

  29. Bunny Ryan says:

    Track events. Mostly running!

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