Shoplet Winter Craft Giveaway!

Our other big giveaway for the month (make sure to enter our iPhone 4 S giveaway if you haven’t already) is our Winter Craft Giveaway! We decided to put together a craft giveaway for all those families who will have kids on winter break with nothing to do. You can put them to work making wrapping paper, ornaments, snowflakes, gift tags, etc with all these great supplies. Seriously, these packages are huge! And we’re going to pick 3 winners!

Check out what you’ll get in your package if you win –

1 – Mead Academie Drawing Pads
2 – Mead Academie Book of Colors
3 – Carter Red Stamp Pad
4 – Carter Blue Stamp Pad
5 – Carter Black Stamp Pad
6 – Bic Squeezable Wite-Out

1 – Paper Mate Sharpwriter Pencils
2 – Sharpie Calligraphy Markers
3 – Bic Mark-it Permanent Markers
4 – Pilot Precise Grip Extra Fine Rollerball Pens
5 – Pentel Color Pen Sets
6 – Col-Erase Colored Pencils
7 – Pentel Hi-Polymer Block Eraser
8 – Elmers Paint Pens

1 – Reindeer Duck Tape
2 – Candy Cane Duck Tape
3 – Acco Rubber Band Ball
4 – Swingline Hole Punch
5 – Stanley Bostitch Hot Glue Gun
6 – Duck Double Stick Tape
7 – Duck Poster Putty

1 – Bostitch Small Stapler and Bostitch Mini Staplers
2 – Avery Glue Sticks
3 – Avery Iron-on T-Shirt Transfers
4 – Avery Shipping Tags
5 – Avery See-Through Removable Dots
6 – Acco Brass File Fasteners
7 – Acco Regal Clips
8 – Avery Marks-A-Lot Black Permanent Markers
9 – Pilot Medium Point Silver Marker
10 – Pilot Gold Marker
11 – Avery Foil Stars
12 – Trodat Smiley Stamp and Trodat Star Stamp
13 – Pentel Fabric Pastel Dye Sticks
14 – Pentel Oil Pastels
15 – Sanford Red and Blue Pencils

(New items added!)
1 – Westcott Titanium Razor Paper Cutter
2 – Westcott Kids 5″ Blunt Soft Handle Scissors with Microban Protection
3 – Westcott Kids 5″ Blunt Scissors with Microban Protection
4 – Westcott Stainless Steel Childrens Safety Scissors
5 – Westcott Jeweltone Plastic Ruler

(Please note: Each package will be different. There are a few items that will only be in 1 or 2 of the packages)

Ready to win?

Leave a comment on this post telling us about your favorite winter/holiday craft project to do with your kids (or grandkids or nieces and nephews, etc)

Get extra entries by:
1. Subscribing to this blog via Email or RSS – 3 extra entries!
2. Following @shoplet on Twitter and tweeting about this giveaway with #wintercraftgiveaway
3. Linking Shoplet on Facebook
4. Writing about this giveaway on your blog (include a pic from this post in your post) for 2 extra entries!

We will pic 3 winners using on Monday, December 12th! Good luck and Happy Holidays!

P.S. I will be posting different craft ideas to use the items in the giveaway packages on the blog this week.

286 thoughts on “Shoplet Winter Craft Giveaway!”

  1. Rachel Miller says:

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  2. Rachel Miller says:

    My daughter and I like to crochet together :)

  3. Teresa Lendy says:

    My 4 year old is amazing. I really belive she is going to grow up to be a great artist. She sits and draws, colors, paints, and just wants to do arts and crafts all day. This set would be perfect for her. We like to decorate pinecones and turn them into mini Christmas trees. We also like to make the rings that you break off each day till you get to Christmas!!! We love art!!!

  4. michele malone says:

    we do so many creative things together. we love painting, sewing, adn cooking.

  5. Janet Sawyer-Brown says:

    Gather twigs from the yard. Be sure to have one about 2 feet long to use as the main piece of the mobile. Use different colors of yard to tie smaller twigs along the main twig. Be sure to balance the mobile after each twig you add. Using yarn, tie Christmas ornaments from the twigs. The idea is to have several balanced decorations from balanced twigs. It can be as long and difficult as you want to make it. Foam balls, tinsel and small snow flakes make an interesting collage.

  6. Janet Sawyer-Brown says:

    I love to traces each child’s hands on thick cardboard to use as a templet to cut out green construction paper hands. Use a pot pie aluminum pan turned upside down as a base. Stick a long green pipe cleaner through the center and knot on the bottom underneath. Use a hole punch to poke a hole a half inch from the edge of the palm. Slide the pipe cleaner through the hole of each paper hand. String a colorful bead on top of each stack of 5 hands to space out the branches. Turn the fingers out in different directions to make them look like tree branches. As you go farther up the pipe cleaner, move the punch hole closer towards the center of the palm to make the tree cone shaped. To decorate your tree, either color decorations on the fingers with crayons or glue decorations made from construction paper on each hand.

  7. Adeline chow says:

    My favorite winter craft project is to make santa holiday cards with my kids. I am just amazed how much fun kids will have with this simple, but fun deft project.

  8. Rhonda D says:

    My favorite ‘craft’ I like to do with my kids is to make, shape, bake and decorate sugar cookies!
    We’ve used this recipe almost 30 years now, complete with dozens of cookie cutters, a butter icing and sprinkles of all kinds and I can’t wait to do them FOR & WITH our grandchildren… whenever that day arrives. Merry Christmas!

  9. Trisha Thornburgh says:

    I love to make coffee filter snow flakes and paper garlands with kiddos!
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  15. Cori Westphal says:

    Every year I take a picture of each of my kids and then we make a christmas ornament with the pic on it for that year. I have them from when they were babies and this will be our 9th year! It’s fun to look back at how they’ve changed!

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  16. Jill says:

    I like to make stained glass candle holders with my second grade students each year.
    We cut up small pieces of colored tissue paper and glue it to the outside of a baby food jar. Then we tie a ribbon around the top, put a tea light candle in it and we have a lovely gift for our parents!

  17. Tasha says:

    I love making Christmas tree ornaments. The kids love contributing to the tree

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  23. Audra Weathers says:

    We like to make candles this time of year. It’s so easy and it’s fun letting them pick the colors and shapes. We even did a few once with the crushed ice and the milk cartons so that once the ice melted there were holes in the candle. We’ve also made soap to give as gifts using the basic soap you can get at the craft supply stores that melts in the microwave.

  24. Kev says:

    Make colorful snowflakes with kids.

  25. Crystal H. says:

    I love making snowflakes and ornaments with the kiddos!

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