Top 5 Kitchen Gifts

Top 5 Kitchen Gifts

Top 5 Kitchen Gifts Time spent in the kitchen needs to be worthwhile and efficient. Nothing is more exhausting, while in the kitchen, than to find that your kitchen tools and supplies do not work the way you want to. With that in mind I have created a list of the Top 5 Kitchen Gifts to give this holiday season. Dice and Slice Chopper - This 3 in one handy chopper with slice, dice, and chop . It comes with 3 interchangeable blades (small dice, large dice and slicing blade). Over the Sink ...

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Top 5 Arts and Crafts Gifts for Kids

Top 5 Arts and Craft Gifts for Fids

Top 5 Arts and Crafts Gifts for Kids My children love arts and crafts and many times trying to find fun and unique things for them is a challenge. I have created a Top 5 Arts and Crafts Gifts for Kids list to highlight some new and fun ways for your kids to DIY. Each of these crafts are kid friendly and will make  you want to join in with them. Make Your Own Snow Globe - This is a project for both kids and  adults alike.  The Make Your Own Snow Glob kit comes with everything you need to make ...

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Top 5 Gifts for Teachers

Top 5 Gifts for Teachers

Top 5 Gifts For Teachers Our Top 5 list features fabulous gifts featured on One Kings Lane.  One Kings Lane does require membership and it is FREE and easy to sign up. Sign up today for a $15 credit for purchases of $30 or more. 1. Channel Throw in Mocha --This incredibly soft Channel Throw from Tourance is is soft it's almost decadent and makes a great gift for that special someone on your list. This throw provides warmth for those cold nights and creates a retreat that will swaddle the ...

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Holiday from the Heart: Giving to Charities

It has been a tough year for charities. Many of us do not have extra money and are uncertain what the future holds. Therefore, monetary donations to charities have been down this year. There are ways that you can be charitable without giving money. If you are addicted to CVS like myself, you probably have ten tubes of toothpaste, seven packs of razors and eight bottles of hair products on hand! I actually stopped getting some of the free after extra care buck items due to my ever growing ...

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Holiday from the Heart: Homemade Gifts

Last year I decided to give a lot of homemade gifts. As I have discussed before, I have been canning goods for the last three years. My sister-in-law, Cathy, and I canned a whole bushel of pickles last year (yeah, we kind of over did it when ordering the pickling cucumbers!). When the pickles were complete and we discovered we had enough for an army, it was determined that everyone would receive pickles... I mean canned goods for Christmas! My parents are always a challenge to buy gifts for; ...

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Holiday from the Heart: Recycled Gifts

Madame Deals is going to start a new series for the approaching Holiday season. Come back every Sunday for fun and inexpensive  Holiday ideas! My son Mason turned three last week. For this last year I have stockpiled gifts. I had no problem going to my gift stash and finding Mason's designated gifts. In all, I spent about $25 on his birthday. But you know what Mason really enjoyed? The two toy motorcycles I had picked up from a yard sale for .25¢ each. These motorcycles were not actually part ...

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Holiday from the Heart

Dear Readers, We would like to invite you to share how you provide gifts for your family on a budget during the holidays. In my family, we do gifts just for the kids. In my husband's family we exchange names for the adults and there is a $100.00 limit on the gift selection. In our household we celebrate Hanukkah so I set a limit of $100.00 for my children's gifts. I usually buy a couple needed items and a few toys.  My husband and myself do not exchange gifts. We instead, go somewhere or do ...

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