Time to Get Crafty GRAND PRIZE – $100 Michaels Gift Card & Green Kid Crafts – US only #craftytime

Time to Get Crafty

Welcome to the It’s Time to Get Crafty Giveaway Hop, hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network. The cooler weather has been keeping us inside, which means we’re having to get creative around the house!  Sophia and I both love to craft so we’re excited to share this AWESOME Grand Prize and Hop with you all!

It’s Time to Get Crafty will run from February 6-20 and each blogger in the hop has a great prize, worth at least $25, to help you be creative or to admire someone else’s handmade creations.

So, after you’ve entered to win the incredible Grand Prize, be sure to hop around to all of the other bloggers and get ready to Get Crafty!

Crafty Grand Prize

Whether you’re the Crafter or your child is… OR BOTH – we’ve got you covered!

Green Kid Crafts

Green Kid Crafts is offering a 6 month subscription in the Grand Prize.  Sophia and I enjoyed some fun, green, Toddler Crafts with our Green Kid Crafts box last year and Jenny and her son enjoyed their Nature-themed box this month.  Be sure to check them both out to see how great these subscription boxes are!


Michaels is offering every craft lover an incredible prize – a $100 Michaels Gift Card!  Imagine the amount of craft supplies you can buy with that!


According to Jenny, So Easy Being Green, and the Time to Get Crafty participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

  1. Over the past year I’ve taught myself how to sew by making cloth diapers. I have now sewn fitteds, pockets, PUL & wool covers, longies, baby pants, baby girl Christmas dress, stretchy headband, baby hats, bibs, and wool overalls! I think my fave to sew are covers and headbands (so easy!) My next project to tackle is a maxi skirt for myself.

  2. I have a Silhouette and love doing all sorts of paper crafts. Also lead a girls group and we do crafts every month. I’m always looking for ideas.

  3. Being a mum of 7 craft days usually take the form of building usable items. So we do alot of sewing of clothes or crocheting them. Presents are most often handmade. Its quite cute what a 3 yr old will make for you out of wool scraps and a needle. We recently recycled our old coffee table draw and turned it into a cloched winter seedling box. The boys love a project that involves a hammer. 🙂

  4. I enjoy paper crafts, sewing, and crafting on general. I will try anything that peaks my interest. Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. My husband took down his drums this Christmas and created a craft room for me in the spare room. So sweet. He built me two moveable tables, bought me lots of crafts supplies including a little sewing machine. It’s been fun having a space to be creative. I would love to stock up on more ideas and supplies by winning this giveaway!

  6. I sew, draw, paint, do paper crafts, upcycle, design, create/build things, and decorate cakes! I love getting crafty! I would love that Michael’s gift card!!!!

  7. I recent decided to get crafty by teaching myself to sew! I also like to bake paleo goodies and aspire to spend hours upon hours scrapbooking, when my kids move out!

  8. I use to scrapbook a ton! Then I had kids, so now I have millions of pictures and no time. I just started using a digital scrapbook software. I also make my own greeting cards. And try to give personalized gifts all of the time.

  9. I just made wipes out of my husband’s old t-shirts. I like painting and all kinds of crafts. I just love trying new things.

  10. I like making hand made greeting cards. I love finding new crafts to do with my 3 yr old daughter too:)

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  11. I love to be crafty. I like to make gifts when I can. DIY is always nice. I like to scrapbook when i have time. Recently, I’ve been planning and hosting themed parties and that’s a new passion now.

  12. I love to scrapbook and I have a paper obsession. I use the paper to inspire my design for the page. I love to create pages that make you feel like you are reliving the moment.

  13. My whole family (kids, hubby, & self) are all crafty. So, we are always at Michaels. Love the opportunity for this! Thanks!

    1. I should add that we do everything: scrapbook, kids’ crafts, beading, painting, cross stitch, knit, crochet, etc. Really everything.

  14. I used to make Christmas cards before the kids came. Now, most of the crafting I do is with or for my preschooler. The last (uncompleted) project I did was felt food.

  15. I like to do needle crafts. Crocheting is probably my favorite. I love creating from patterns, but not necessarily designing my own!

  16. I usually only get crafty when I’m helping my kids with their school projects. And by help … I mean I’m pretty much doing them.

  17. We always had a craft box at the house with projects and odds and ends. Our daughters even had craft activity kits they took with them when they babysat. I have a craft room now and do a wide variety of crafts when I have the time. I do needlework and sew.

  18. I love knitting, crochet, sewing, beading & recently I started making rosaries. I also like baking & doing other crafts with my kids

  19. I’m really not crafty at all. =( I wish I were! I’m hoping to gain more crafting skills soon so I can start projects with our little one!

  20. We love to get crafty! I love to sew and quilt, crochet, embroider, paint you name it! Finding the time on the other hand is very difficult. My kids enjoy all things hands on and love to craft in every way!

  21. I like to paint ceramics & make decorative wreaths or center pieces- it is great when my kids help me with these projects.

  22. The last time was decorations for my son’s first birthday party. I have a cross stitch pattern that I bought 4 years ago that I’m dying to start on!

  23. I sew, quilt and paint! My five year old has Aspergers and we use different crafts as rewards for positive behaviors , this would be amazing to win

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