Thursday, June 15, 2017

THIN STIX 6 pk of Classic Colors Giveaway :)

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Remember last month when we gave our review of the Thin Stix 6 pk of Classic Colors from The Pencil Grip? They have generously offered to send a package of these wonderful, mess-free art supplies to one of our readers - it could be you! They are as easy to use as a glue stick, but so much more fun.

The details are simple: One 6 pk of Classic Colors Thin Stix to one winner aged 18 or older who lives in the USA. 

Besides all the fun we had with them, I want to give you some ideas from our friends who have also used the Thin Stix or original Kwik Stix. If you are not the winner, remember that you can purchase them directly from The Pencil Grip, on Amazon, or at Toys 'R Us.

Here are some of the things we used them for ourselves:

My friend Wren over at FINCHNWREN uses her Thin Stix for Bible Journaling. She wrote a really neat post about it back in February.

Christy at The Travel Bags loves them for her children. Their family travels full-time in a travel trailer. Painting without any water - sweet!

Heather at Running With Spears had her girls use them to paint blocks.

Meg over at Adventures with Jude & Friends let her boys just have fun painting.

Truly, the only limit to these Thin Stix seems to be your child's imagination.

Now, for the giveaway...


  1. Thank you for mentioning us! We LOVE Kwik Stix products. We even use them in the van while driving! Thanks for this opportunity.

  2. I think it would be fun to paint flower pots with Thin Stix. Thank you for the great giveaway. :)

  3. I love this giveaway. My daughter wanted these and I told her not yet. Now if I win I will be able to give her these. Thank you for the giveaway.

  4. How sweet of you to mention us, dearest Carol! Hugs and thank you! :)

    1. I simply HAD to, your artwork always inspires me :)

  5. Thin Stix would be great for a wooden flower craft I have in mind for one of my kids!

  6. I think I would paint some rocks to put in my garden.

  7. My 12 year old loves all forms of art. So I am quite sure she would grab these and create some of googly eyed characters on paper, her sketch pad or canvas.