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Hurry over and grab the great Amazon promotional credit!  Score $5 off an eligible purchase of $35 or more!  You will have until Dec 15th to use it.  You will have to share you “Wish List” (if you do not have one.. just add an item or two you want to make one).  Then you will have to tell one item you want and share on Facebook.  Your credit will be applied to your account.

Promotional credits must be redeemed by 11:59 PM PST on Sunday, December 15, 2013.

 

Shop Your WayRewards

Are you a Shop Your Way Rewards Member?  If you are…you might want to check your email account.  I was given 3,000 free points ($3) which is good until 12/11/13.   You can get up to 6,000 which is $6.  This could score you some freebies!

 

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Do you have any of the Victoria Secret “Secret Reward” Cards from last month?  Today is the first day you can redeem them.  You can either head in-store to check the balance or you can even check online!  I have 5 cards and each was worth $10.  Maybe one of these years I will get one worth more!  How much was yours worth this time?

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How to find out Secret Rewards Card Balance Online:

  1. Visit VictoriaSecret.com
  2. Add any item to your cart
  3. Sign in or create a log in & Check Out
  4. Look for the Gift Cards & Secret Rewards box and enter your gift card number and pin and select Apply
  5. Your Gift Card Balance will show up.  (Don’t worry the balance will still be there as long as you do not complete the purchase)

If you do choose to shop online, make sure to shop through Ebates and score 2% cash back on your Victoria Secret purchase.  If your new to Ebates, you will score a FREE $10 gift card when you join.

 

Elf

I know many love to find deals on the Elf on the Shelf (which are sometimes very hard to find).  Today, Amazon you can score the Elf on the Shelf for $29.95 + score a Free $5 Amazon Promotional Credit.  The credit will be applied to your account after check out.  This will ship for free for Prime Members…or free with Super Saver Shipping when you spend $35 or more.

The following below qualify:

The Elf on the Shelf A Christmas Tradition with Blue Eyed North Pole

The Elf on the Shelf – Girl Elf Edition with North Pole Blue Eyed Girl Elf and Girl

The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition with Brown Eyed North Pole Elf,brown skin, black hair

The Elf on the Shelf®: A Christmas Tradition with Brown Eyed, Dark Skin Tone Girl North Pole Pixie Elf

 

 

KPC

Register for the California Pizza Kitchen Pizza Dough card and get a free small plate and a free coca-cola product! They will automatically add a free small plate to your account.  This is good until Oct 31st.

 

 

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Hi! My name is Kristin, from Forget Me Not. While Anne is away, enjoying a lovely vacation, I will be showing you how to create a fun hair pretty for the lovely little ladies in your life! With school starting, your little miss is sure to have some new outfits, which means she needs some new hair pretties to match. Accessorize from head to toe, we always say! Today, we will be creating a singed satin flower. I like to call these Silken Petals, as they are so soft and silky sweet!

 

DIY: Singed Satin Flowers

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What you will need:

  • Satin fabric – Be sure it’s 100% polyester, or you could be facing a potential fire!
  • Cute button or beading for the center of the bloom
  • Scissors
  • Lighter or candle
  • Needle & thread
  • Small piece of felt, about 1-1.5” in diameter
  • Hot glue gun
  • Headband, alligator clip, or pin
  • Small cup of water – This is to use as a safety precaution in case your fabric ignites! ALWAYS err on the side of caution!

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Start by cutting several circles of your satin, in all different sizes. The largest will be the approximate size of the bloom. The smallest circle should be no smaller than 1.5” in diameter. Ladies, let the OCD in you rest a bit and don’t worry about perfection when it comes to cutting your circles. In this case, imperfection gives you a bit more perfection in the finished product. :)

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Once your circles are cut, you are going to need to singe/seal the edges. Take your fabric and hold it over the lit candle or lighter to curl/singe the edges of the circles. Be careful not to hold the fabric over the flame in one spot for too long or you could burn it! Here’s what your fabric circles should look like once you’ve completed that step:

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Next, you are going to want to stack your circles to get the desired look. Start with your largest circle, and stack them from largest to smallest. Keep in mind, the more fabric you use, the fuller your finished piece will be. Don’t worry if you don’t use all of your circles. Just set them aside and use them for the next one.

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Once you get them stacked how you want them, take your needle and thread and throw a few stitches in the center to hold them together. This is also the time to sew that button on or set of beads or whatever you choose to embellish with.

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All that’s left to do is cut a circle from your piece of felt, and glue the bloom to the hot glue gun. Use the felt as a backing to give the bloom a little more support on the band.

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I couldn’t possibly create this tutorial without giving you a heavy dose of adorable. Meet “K”, my sweet little cookie. Who HATES headbands. It’s a battle I have not yet given up on and am determined to win! ;)

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A huge thank you goes to Deal Wise Mommy for giving me the opportunity to share this fun tutorial with you!! Have tons of fun creating and be sure to stop by my Facebook page to say hello! www.facebook.com/giftsforgetmenot

Don’t have a great day, MAKE it one!

~ Kristin ~

 

What a HOT deal!  Through August 9th, thredUP is offering new members FREE $15 off your order of kids and women’s clothing purchase.  thredUP offers gently used clothing (some even new with tags) for great prices.   To get the FREE $15 thredUP credit head on over HERE and sign up and use the code BTS15 at checkout to score $15 off your first purchase.  You will have to pay shipping but is very reasonable.

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