Gift collections to choose from, so you're sure to find exactly the right gift. Community Coffee is made in America and based in Louisiana. Their first cup was made over 90 years ago by the Saurage family. They are still family owned and operated, making this fabulous coffee for their "community" of friends, which includes you!
Community Coffee is steeped in tradition and guarantees your satisfaction with their products. I tried both of the coffees included in this kit and both taste great. It was a real treat to try the Pecan Praline coffee because it's a whole new coffee taste for me. The pecans are delicious and it will be very hard not to eat them all before I can buy the rest of the ingredients to make the candies.
Home for the Holidays Giveaway Hop (November 14-20).
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review of Candle Warmers Etc. and come back to enter on November 25th!
hearth and it's just perfect for the decor there. The pine cone design will work for the entire fall and winter season, so it's really versatile and stretches my design dollars!
Foot Stool is made of a beautiful acacia wood and the design is hand-carved into the top of the stool. The carved art is then painted to make it stand out even more. It fits the design in my family room easily. I can also see it in my kitchen, my game room, the guest room or my bedroom.
child's chair. What a lovely place for a three minute time out!
Home for the Holidays Giveaway Event, so you have a chance to win a Pine Cone Foot Stool for your home! It begins on November 14, so be sure to come back and enter.
Disclosure: I received this item at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
This post brought to you by American Family Insurance. All opinions are 100% mine.
Last night, I checked out the AmFam videos and spent about a half an hour just cracking up over the comedians. The two best comedians of the five are Mark Viera and Bill Bellamy. I laughed so hard about Mark Viera's grandma hanging out the window in New York, sticking her nose into people's business. When Bill Bellamy was telling stories about his childhood, I could certainly relate to his memories about playing outside all day. I too can remember being sent out of the house to go play and knowing that I had better be back home when the street lights come on at dusk. We always had to be within yelling distance of the house too. I even remember being sent to stand out front and yell my sisters names, and ultimately be sent to find my sisters. American Family Insurance has created the family comedy to help remind us that family is a priority and how important it is to take care of each other. Listening to these comedians poke fun at how they grew up and how they relate to their own families was a great stress reliever after a long day. Even though it's not usually what I choose watch on tv, Stand Up For Family was fun to watch. Check them out for yourself: http://www.amfam.com/standupforfamily/full.asp.
The ability to plan and engineer something is an innate gift that humans have. Even a toddler tries to stack things very early in life. Blocks develop math skills as children learn through trial and error how to build a bridge span. Blocks help children learn science, like gravity, balance and properties of weight. Blocks can be used to teach a child to count, sort, classify, and learn concepts of sizing (small, smaller, smallest) and ordering (first, second, third). Blocks encourage dramatic play and creativity.
Can you tell how strongly I believe in the importance of providing blocks to children? I actually have many different sets of blocks in my daycare. Several different sets are always out and available to the children. I have small blocks, large blocks, alphabet blocks, interlocking blocks, castle blocks, and magnetic blocks. I am so blessed that I was provided a set of Beautiful Building Blocks from Timberworks Toys.
wood blocks are different from any other block set I've ever seen. The clean lines and large scale of these blocks are inspiring. As I opened the box and pulled out the sturdy zippered storage bag, I immediately had two children clamoring over me to play. They unzipped the bag and we poured out the set onto the carpet.
Timberworks Toys to see all the unique sets of building blocks they offer for kids of all ages. These are the kind of blocks that will have dad building with the kids on the Christmas morning!
FTC Disclosure: I received a set of blocks at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
GyroBowl works, so I enlisted the help of my daycare girl who is about to turn 3 years old. She was kind of shy about it, so don't blink or you'll have to replay it!
You can see a much more detailed video on the GyroBowl website and I was actually kind of excited to see other uses for it that I hadn't thought about....like holding nails or screws for a DIY job, or maybe for holding paper clips on your desk. Do you scrapbook? I have spilled my eyelets a hundred times; now I can keep them in this! It's a super concept and I wish I'd thought of it!
I'm going to be giving a brand new GyroBowl away to one lucky Planet Weidknecht reader when my 3000 GFC Follower Party begins! Share my blog with your friends and tell them to follow me so we can start the party.
FTC Disclosure: I received this product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
FTC Disclosure: Nutrisystem is providing their program to me at no charge in exchange for my participation in the program.
New Feature starts this week!
Welcome to Wedne$day Wealth!
New linky every Wednesday where you can find a great list of prizes to win, from all over the internet!
Please list your giveaways and enter a few.
Please use this format on the linky (PRIZE NAME, ENDING DATE).
- Sandy Deaton – $100 Cash Grand Prize
- Hadlee Goldberg – $100 Value Gift Basket full of Pink Items
- Olivia Merifield – 2 Gold Canyon Sugar Cookie Candles
- Joanne Schultz – Handmade Breast Cancer Bracelet
- rachel harper – Jordan Essentials Pink Bath Set
- Quanda – Lindt Chocolate Martini Set
- Jamie Whittington – Premier Jewelry Petals Bracelet
- Doris Calvert -Scentsy Doodlebug Warmer
- Amanda Hoffman – Tupperware Pink Camo Lunch Set
- amy bruce – 2 Usborne Books Kids Sticker Books
- Jennifer Horn – Close to My Heart Scrapbooking Set
- Marthalynn Rodriguez – Handmade Hot Pink Zebra Flower Necklace by Momma Goddess
- Krista Ullis – Handmade Think Pink Earrings by JulRe Designs
- Michelle Coddington – Baskets of Inspiration Pink Spa Gift Basket Set
- Amanda Larson – Handmade Pink Ribbon Soy Candle from U-Neek Hats and Gifts
- Tara Schaffer – Amazon Rain Camu Serum C (Beauty & Anti-Aging Serum)
- Shannon Goldschmidt – Handmade Floral Polkadot Half Apron by Sweet Robins Nest
- Sherry Fowler – Handmade Beaded Necklace by DorkwadGirl
Congratulations to everyone who won!
Enter more great giveaways HERE!
Bucks 4 Black Friday is brought to you by Formula Mom and Tales From the Nursery!
A collection of fabulous bloggers have come together with Planet Weidknecht to bring you a great cash giveaway in honor of one of the busiest shopping days of the year! Beginning today through November 20th, you will have the opportunity to win $145 to fund your Black Friday shopping madness! The winner will choose between Paypal or an Amazon gift card.
With the temperatures falling and the snow setting in up north, Lovable Labels has gotten into the holiday spirit! Check out these six festive sets of Gift Seals and Address Labels. Can't you totally see these on your Christmas cards this year?
Holiday Packs too. You can also connect with them on Facebook and Twitter.
Home for the Holidays Giveaway Event, November 14-20, so be sure to come back to enter to win your own set of Gift Seals and Address Labels. I love these labels so much, I'm even including them in my Holiday Gift Guide this year!
Disclosure: I received my samples at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
www.OrnamentsWithLove.com and order personalized Christmas Ornaments for everyone you love. Their artists will create treasures your family will adore! Connect with them on Facebook and be entered to win one!
Disclosure: I received this ornament at no charge in exchange for my honest review.