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HURRY! For today only, Nov 9th, Tiny Prints is offering a FREE personalized Christmas card that can be sent to your child from Santa.

{Product Details}  It’s easy to choose your card (Checking It Twice or Santa’s Scroll) and start to personalized the message. Go to Tiny Prints’ Facebook fan page and “LIKE” their page. On the left sidebar, click on “Special Offer” and it will take you to the information shown below. Select a card, personalize it with your own message and then proceed to checkout to get it for FREE with the Promo Code provided from their Facebook page.

Here’s the card I made for our daughter, Grace! I chose the “Checking It Twice” holiday card.

Front of Card:




Inside of Card:

So excited to get this in the mail and save it for Christmas Eve. This will be her first Christmas to leave out milk and cookies for Santa..and of course, some carrots for the reindeer.

Hurry…this promotion is only good for TODAY and ends tonight at midnight!


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About a week ago I received a lovely hand-carved olive wood cross in the mail from My Caring Cross. It came packaged in a burgundy velvet bag with an authenticity card. It also came with a cream bag and personalized card to show how Caring Crosses could be used as a wedding favor.

The olive wood cross is soft and smooth when held in your hand and comforting to the touch. Each cross is unique with its’ wood grain pattern. It brings a sense of calmness to our often busy and hectic lives. I will pass my cross onto my mother to share the story and the excellent craftsmanship to others. She has been going through some tough patches where this cross will be helpful.

{A Little Bit About the Product}  Caring Crosses are individually carved from a single unique piece of beautifully grained olive wood pruned from the olive trees around Bethlehem the birthplace of Jesus. Christians have been carving crosses like this for hundreds of years, originally for pilgrims and more recently tourists visiting the Holy Land. Each craftsman receives a fair price to support their family and Christian community. Caring Crosses are designed to fit comfortably into the palm of your hand as an aid to prayer or meditation. Ideal as your spiritual companion for easing children’s fears, comforting worries and stresses of adults and focusing the prayer of the sick and elderly.

{The Story of the Cross}  Issa is a Christian living on the outskirts of Bethlehem and has been carving crosses and religious items his whole life to support his wife and three children. Twenty years ago, Issa was met on a visit to Bethlehem and began importing his olive wood handicrafts. With the decline in Bethlehem tourism, Issa and other Christian Artisans are struggling. My Caring Cross aims to support them by providing a market for olive wood crosses direct to Christians in America.

{Holiday Specials}  The hand-carved olive wood cross would make a wonderful gift for the holidays and a perfect stocking stuffer for family and friends. My Caring Cross has two specials on their website until Christmas.  8 Caring Crosses delivered Priority Mail within the US for just $36 or $4.50 per cross …or 2 Caring Crosses delivered within the US for $12.

{Giveaway Details}  My Caring Cross would love to give one of my blog readers the chance to win a Caring Cross of their very own!  This contest is open to the US and will end on December 8, 2011. Thank you to My Caring Cross and Good Luck to my readers!

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I had the opportunity to try the latest innovation in oral care called the BrytonPick – FLOSS in Seconds. The Bryton Pick is a stylish, convenient and discreet string-free interdental cleaner that is designed to be used daily, when on the go, to remove food debris, plaque from between your teeth after meals and snacks and stimulates gums to prevent gingivitis. It was designed, developed and tested by dental professionals to provide an easier way to floss.

When I received the package, it came with one red and one blue BrytonPicks to try. It comes in 7 stylish colors to choose from. The BrytonPick was packaged in a small (credit card size) carry pouch that is both convenient and portable. I actually put one in our bathroom medicine cabinet with my toothbrush and kept the other BrytonPick in my purse for when I need to floss away from home. The flossing tool is reusable for 30 days and made from germ resistant stainless steel. The actual flossing tool is ultra flexible and just as thin as floss. After use, it can be cleaned with a napkin, tissue or run under hot water and then stored in its convenient carry pouch.

I have to be honest that I do not floss regularly…probably like most people. Studies show that only 12% of the population flosses regularly because floss is not convenient or easy to use. I have tried disposable floss picks in the past as a way to make flossing fun again but stopped using them after a few days. However, I did like the BrytonPick better than the disposable flossing picks because it was easy to use and thinner than floss.

The first few times I used the BrytonPick was in front of a mirror since it is different than traditional flossing. You gently slide the BrytonPick between your teeth. The instructions do recommend to use it after eating and in front of the mirror.The only downfall is the germ factor from reusing it for 30 days. I know you can clean it each time and it is shown that the stainless steel cleaning strip is germ resistant…but I think it’s more in my head than anything.

Overall, I will definitely keep the BrytonPick in my purse and car for when I need to floss away from home. They can be purchased at their website: BrytonPick – FLOSS in Seconds $19.95 for 12, as well as Pathmark, SuperFresh, A&P, Drug Fair, Meijer, and Kinney Drugs. As added bonus the BrytonPick is made in the USA from completely recyclable materials.

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I recently had the opportunity to review the Slice Safety Cutter. It was the perfect time to try this compact and lightweight cutter with a packet of coupons I received in the mail yesterday. The Slice Safety Cutter can also be used for cutting photos and recipes out of magazines, scrapbooking, removing DVD plastic wrapping and even the hard to open plastic packaging on many electronic items.

                     Great for Couponers!

The Slice Safety Cutter is a nice alternative to using scissors or safety knives. With its Finger-Friendly™ Design, cutting coupons was a breeze. I did have to remember to hold it parallel to the cutting surface but I was impressed with the cutting ability from a very small blade/tip.  The ceramic blade stays sharp, never rusts and won’t cut fingers. The last feature is a BIG plus in my book since I have a small child that wants to get into anything and everything. Plus, there is no right or wrong way to use it since it’s made for both left and right-handers. I’m left-handed and I have been frustrated in the past since some products aren’t “user friendly” for left-handed people.

                     Won’t Cut Fingers!

It has a built-in magnet to put on the refrigerator or add it to your keychain with the key-ring hole to keep with you all the time. I was happy to give this safety cutter a home on the refrigerator instead of in our junk drawer where I know I will forget it’s in there. I just might have to buy one to put on my keychain because there have been plenty of times that I am at the grocery store and see an in-store coupon from the store’s circular and need to tear it out. I manage to tear out the coupon but usually ruin the coupon next to it.

Overall, the Slice Safety Cutter is a safe substitute to your traditional scissors or safety knives but you need to remember to use it on a cutting mat or extra paper so you do not ruin your table or desk. It will come in handy during the holidays when it’s time to cut the wrapping paper for presents and makes a great stocking stuffer present for family and friends since it retails for only $5.99. Purchase one today…the Slice Safety Cutter.

An extra bonus…I was really glad to read on the packaging was a portion of the purchase price for the Slice Safety Cutter is donated to Autism research. I wanted to find out a little more about it and see below for the information from their website.

[From Website] Slice donates 1% of corporate worldwide sales to various autism research programs that have global ramifications for families and individuals that live with autism on a daily basis.

We also encourage corporate and individual donations directly to our key research benefactor at the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.

To learn more about the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic and their associated research, or to donate directly, please visit our donation page here:
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I recently received my free Atkins Quick Start Kit in the mail and I was very surprised by what was sent as a free sample. It is 2 days after Halloween and since I got my candy fix from secretly taking some of my daughter’s candy, it’s time to start eating better and exercising before the holidays are here.


Like most free samples, I expected a small sample of one of their products but instead received the following:

  • Atkins Quick-Start Guide with meal plans
  • Pocket Carb Counter/Acceptable Foods List
  • Atkins Chef Recipes
  • 3 Atkins Bars: (1) Atkins Day Break Bar and (2) Atkins Advantage Bars
  • Coupons for Atkins products
  • Details about the new book, The New Atkins for a New You
This is what came in my kit…


To request your Atkins Quick-Start Kit with free samples, click here to sign up.


It was really easy to do and my samples arrived super fast. My favorite Atkins bar was the Day Break Chocolate Chip Crisp Bar which is the perfect “Grab ‘n Go” breakfast or mid-morning snack. The two Advantage bars are great as a meal or snack any time of day. The two I received were Caramel Chocolate Peanut Nougat and Chocolate Peanut Butter bars.

Another great addition to the kit is the Atkins Carb Counter and Acceptable Food Lists booklet. I first went to the alcoholic beverages to check on beer and wine…. :) What is also nice is that they have a list of fast food and restaurant chains and options so you can carry the little booklet with you when you dine out.


I tried the Atkins diet years ago before they had these snack bars and still did well with losing a few pounds. Atkins states that you can lose up to 15 pounds in 2 weeks. I am going to continue to use the handy carb counting booklet as well as the coupons to buy more of the snack bars. Also, a nice walk with the baby in the park will help this afternoon.
[From the Atkins website]
Disclaimer: The instructions and advice presented on this site are in no way intended as medical advice or as a substitute for medical counseling. The information should be used in conjunction with the guidance and care of your physician. Consult your physician before beginning this program as you would any weight-loss or weight-maintenance program. Your physician should be aware of all medical conditions that you may have, as well as any medication and supplements you are taking. Those of you on diuretics or diabetes medication should proceed only under a doctor’s supervision. As with any plan, the weight-loss phases of this nutritional plan should not be used by patients on dialysis or by pregnant or nursing women. As with any weight loss plan, we recommend that anyone under the age of 18 follows the program under the guidance of their physician.

Just watched the latest episode of Top Chef Just Desserts (I think I am addicted to any cooking show…just ask my husband). The challenge was to make their dessert look like an iconic food from a country. The contestants did beef wellington, manicotti, and even a cuban sandwich.

This morning I was flipping through a magazine and found these cute cherry pie look-a-like cupcakes and thought this would be the perfect disguised dessert to make to be like a Top Chef Just Dessert contestant.

“Sweet As Pie” Cherry Pie Look-a-Like Cupcakes


The recipe looks easy too! You basically make your standard cupcakes and use red M&Ms as the cherries for the pie and then tint a little bit of your frosting to match the color of the pie crust. Add a few final touches and your plain cupcakes just turned into a work of art!

Until tomorrow, have a sweet day!