Saturday, April 30, 2011

Zombiefy Yourself

So are you ready to be a zombie to? I found this neat site that you can zombiefy yourself for free!
2. Click Create Your Zombie
3. Allow it to connect to FB
4. Upload a pic or get one off facebook
5. Zombify it!
6. Click Save
7. It will take you to an application page and show you your image
8. Right click the image and click save image as
9. Save
10. Ta da you now have a zombified you!

Post your zombie pic as your profile pic, and spread the word lets see if we can Zombify facebook for Zombie week!

... I hear moaning follow me!

"Shh follow me" a small impish fairy whispers leading through the dark fog smirking. In the distance low moans seem to echo from the hills. The little fairy jumps from one foot to the other staring at her watch excitedly. "They're coming, they're coming!" from the east a Bell Chimes
"one from you" chants the fairy
"two for me"
"Come out my friends I have something for you"
"fourth to go almost time"
"for you to meet these friends of mine"
"six and seven what a treat"
"Im sure they'll want you for a treat"
The Fairy smiles eerily looking around
"its almost time"
"11 can you hear them moan?" from the distance you hear the moans getting louder
"Midnight!" Screams the Fairy, "Oh I hope they arent too hungry there arent many of you here" from behind you you hear the moan increasing and a shuffle of feet. "Welcome my friends" Calls the fairy, "I brought you a treat", she looks at you impatiently "well arent you going to say hi?"
You turn around slowly and see


Welcome to Zombie Week, an entire week of Zombies, we will have fun sites to visit, crafts, recipes, giveaways and more. Its sure to be fun just hold onto your brain the zombies get hungry!

One More! Will donate $1 for every like on their page to the Tornado Victims

Go like Highlands Digital Media for every "like" they get they will donate $1 to those affected by the storms!

What their page says
"We will donate $1.00 to Hands On Birmingham for every new 'Like' on our Facebook Page. Please pass this along to all of your friends and family. Our goal is to donate $1000.00 to help those affected by the storms!"

Like this page, to help Tornado Victims

Money Matter$ is donating $25 for every 10 people who "like" their page so go like it!

What their page says
"Ok, friends! Money Matter$ staff members are gearing up to help those who have suffered loss in the storms yesterday and last night. For every 10 people who go to the Money Matter$ page and click "LIKE", we will make a $25 donation to the Red Cross. They have set up shelters in the area and are in need of funds to run them. Click 'like' on the Money Matter$ page today!"

Another Opportunity to donate to Tornado Victims for FREE

Hey! Heres another one! For every "Like" Vaco Birmingham, LLC gets on their facebook they will donate $3 to help the Tornado victims.

Heres what they said on their page
"For every like the Vaco Birmingham Page gets from now until Monday night, Vaco will donate $3 dollars to the United Way Tornado Relief Fund! Stay tuned for additional efforts on ways to help the tornado victims. LIKE OUR PAGE!!"

So go like their page and spread the word!

Help Tornado Victims for FREE!!!

Girls and guys check this out! Stan McNabb Automotive on Facebook will be donating $1.00 to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund in the Southeast for every person that ‘likes’ their page!

Heres what is says on their page
“Hey guys Stan McNabb will be donating $1.00 to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund in the Southeast for every person that likes our page. Help us help those in need. Its just for the weekend so please don’t hesitate! Thanks for all your support.”

Please go and like their page and spread the word it will only take a moment of your time and could really help people in need!

A big thanks to The Daily Goodie Bag for telling us about this

Friday, April 29, 2011

Tips on How to Help Your Child if They are Being Bullied: A Guest Post

As a mom to three girls, and a victim of bullying myself I understand the affects of being bullied . I have come here today to bring you are a few tips on how to handle the situation if your child is being bullied at school, but these tips apply if they are being bullied anywhere.

Tips on how to handle bullying at school

Please know that you should not ignore bullying, and that doing so could cause low self esteem, and self confidence issues . You should help him or her learn how to deal with bullying . here are some helpful tips .

1. Being there for your child while they are being picked on is very important and always listen with an open heart and mind. Try to stay calm and let them know that you are a team, and that you will work together to solve this problem and that they can come to you and talk to you at any time .

2. Teach your child how to handle bullying. Do NOT encourage fighting, let them know that you should never hit or lash out if someone is bullying you, that there are proper avenues to take. Encourage your child to find friends to hang out with that will not pick on him or her. Friends who will support your child will lessen the chance on being picked on.

3. Teach being more assertive. Let them know that it is okay to tell people no even if they are their friends; to be true to themselves, and their beliefs. Sometimes your child may be being picked on by their friends because their friends are trying to get them to do things they know are wrong.

4. Contact the School. Let the school know you are having issues contact the school principal, teacher and or school counsellor. If physical harm as come to child call them right away and file a report.

5. Help your child increase their self esteem. Have your child in sports, music , art, extra curriculum activities that will build character and work on social skills . Encouage your child to make friends with the kids that behave in the classroom instead of the ones who get into a lot of trouble .

6. Seek out professional help. If nothing seems to be getting done get help to deal with anxiety and help with emotions and let the school know you are not going to be putting up with your child being picked on . Always remind your child that they are never alone in this and that you are working to get everything worked out and that you love them very much .

Here is also a helpful website to help stop bullying

If your school refuses to help you may have to have the police involved so be prepared, it might take that action to make your child feel safe if the school refuses to help. However please use this as a last resort measure, most schools have an anti-bully policy and will help you.


Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Skippy Peanut Butter on Sale: get $6 jars for under $11 with free shipping!

Great deal on Amazon for Peanut Butter!
Get Skippy Peanut Butter, Roasted Honey Nut Super Chunk, 16.3-Ounce Jars (Pack of 6) for $12.86. Then sign up for subscribe and save when you check out (you can cancel at anytime after you get your peanut butter), you will get FREE shipping plus 15% off your order, bringing your total to $10.93 for 6 jars ($1.82 each) Not only is it a great deal but you will get it sent straight to your door so you wont waste money on gas!

You can also get Skippy Peanut Butter, Roasted Honey Nut Creamy, 16.3-Ounce Jars (Pack of 6) for $10.73 after subscribe and save

Monday, April 25, 2011

Money Saving Monday ~ Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day, here's a list of some things that I personally do to help the Earth. Most of these help my wallet also! A couple of these are a little embarrassing for me to tell strangers, but if someone can learn a new way to help our environment from it, I guess it can be alright!

All things cloth: diapers, wipes, “mama cloth”, towels (not paper towels), grocery sacks, and produce bags. There are things that I have NOT ventured into, such as what some call “family cloth”, aka, cloth toilet paper. I haven't switched over to cloth snack bags (my husband mostly uses them for lunches at work and since his lunches get stolen sometimes, I'd rather have something disposable in there), but I do wash out the plastic baggies and reuse!

Cleaning: Already mentioned towels, but just wanted to throw it out there that you may have seen these amazing things called “un-paper towels”, I have never tried them, nor do I plan to because I have these other amazing things called “old t-shirts” and “rags”. If you're looking to save money, don't spend it on something you probably already have in your home. I also use a steam mop! I love it, it cleans and I am using zero chemicals!

Reuse: I very rarely buy things new. Reusing or re-purposing an item reduces waste and means that the thing you needed didn't need to be made brand new in a factory, causing pollution and using up energy and even gasoline for transportation. Looking for something specific? Check thrift stores, Craigslist, yard sales, even Ebay for used items instead of buying new.

Local: Have to buy something? Try and buy local. This revisits the pollution idea of transportation of items. The recent jump in gas has also led to a jump in some basic necessities too, and you may get it cheaper buying locally anyway! Buying from local businesses means your money is staying in your town and it's just an awesome thing to do regardless!

Basics: Turn the lights off and open the windows when the sun is out. Turn the TV off if you aren't watching anything. Go for a walk around the block instead of going for a drive. Eat a vegetarian meal once a week. Recycle what you can. Only run your dishwasher when it is full. Don't stand with the fridge door open all the time. Plan your meals and eat your leftovers. Wear more layers if you are cold, wear tank tops and shorts if you are hot. Drink water from the tap (or a filter) instead of bottled water, soda, or even milk. Turn the light off when you leave a room. Simple things like this do make a difference, in your bills and in your wonderful world!

Merry Savings to all and to all some spare change,

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Curious George Book set (6 books) for just $4.80 shipped

Thanks to Penny Pinching Polly for the Heads up!

Savvy Online Grocery Shopping: Tips and Tricks from A Frugal Blogger

How much do you spend on staples? I don't mean the actual little metal things that hold paper together, I am talking food items you use all the time, and not only food, but shampoo, conditioner, soap, and cleaning supplies as well. Do you drive to the store to buy them? Have you ever thought about ordering online? If you haven't yet the first thing you should read is our post about tips and tricks for shopping online it will help you with the basics.

Now those basic tips and tricks are extremely useful but I want to take a closer look at stuff you would find at the Grociery store. Now Im going to be honest your not always gonna find the best deal online, and sometimes youll do much better at a store with a coupon so I will tell you my Golden Rule when it comes to shopping for grocieries online.

If it cost less to get it online (including shipping) then it would cost at the store (plus the gas to drive there) and its something you will use get it!

You will save yourself the drive, and the time. this does take some savvy shopping but y'all are smart right so lets talk about those tips and tricks we love!

1. First off keep in mind you are not going to be able to find everything for a good deal online, so you need to have a general idea of what the item your purchasing would normally cost you at the store that way you can compare the prices, and another thing, you want to look for non-perishables, not things like milk, meat, ect. Also remember things take time to ship so buying something when you need it ASAP is a big NO!

2. Speaking of shipping make sure you read what the shipping cost you need to include this in your out if pocket cost cause it can make or break the deal. Pay attention to sites like Amazon which has free 2 day shipping with its prime program.

3. Google search, remember that tip from our other post about searching the item it applies here as well, google shopping is a valuable tool and its easy to do as well. Search the item on Google. Then click the tab that says 'shopping', and sort by price low to high. Doing so makes it easy to compare the prices of an item online.

4. Look on sites like which will tell you about some fabulous deals and how to get them, also facebook pages/sites like Penny Pinching Polly, and The Daily Goodie Bag, as well as our own page which will post when there are good deals especially on Amazon.

5. Learn your termonology, knowing things like subscribe and save on amazon can save you a pretty penny! Alot of grocieries on amazon are eligable for subscribe and save where if you subscribe to get the items every x amount of months they will take a percentage off the price. The way you make this awesome? You can cancel at any point, after you get your order. Remember however to keep track because you dont want them to auto charge you because you forgot to cancel.

6. Another repeat, Get money back when you shop, by using to earn cash back when shopping online. It is pretty simple to use. Go to ebates and register or login. Then find the shop on their list you want to go to. When you go to the site through their site, you will get a percentage back in cash from the money you spent.

7. Read the item detail carefully, remember the downfall is you cant touch it and see the sizes so look at ounces, weight ect. and then find a similar ounced/weight item in your household so you can get an idea on the size your getting.

8. Make sure there is no way to sweeten the deal remember how we told you to look for extra coupons? This applies here as well.

9. This one is going to sound weird.. but if its not right dont feel bad about complaining, sadly I have gotten boxes from Amazon that were in bad shape, and I let them know and they gave me free credit, I am in no way saying complain just to get free credits! What I mean is if something is wrong let the companies know they want to help you!

10. Keep an eye out for promos, you would not believe what you can get for free, or really cheap if you pay attention. I recently got 16 rolls of toilet paper, 4 bottles of shampoo, 4 bottles of conditioner, and 2 trial size bottles of body wash for free, all because of a promo I found online. You might just find a great deal.

11. Deal sites, remember the sites we told you about on the other post the deal ones where you got free credit? Watch them for deals on credits for sites to buy grocieries, and cleaning supplies on. I got a deal on mamapedia once for dollar days, I dont remember the exact amount but it was like $10 for $20 worth of stuff on dollardays with free shipping. Thanks to that I got a ton of laundry detergent for free (thanks to credits).

Some Great sites to find grocieries and cleaning supplies on
DollarDays (this one is good when they have promos other wise shipping is attrocious) (sometimes you can find great deals on here, watch slickdeals) (another great one to keep an eye out for promo codes for)

Remember its all about taking the time to look you can do it! Have questions? Feel free to post Im happy to help!

And the winner is...

And the winner is...

Congrats! I will email you and you have 24 hours to reply or I will have to pick a new winner.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Buy selected Post it products, and for every 1 product they will plant 2 trees

From April 1st to Dec. 31st buy eligible post it products and for every one you buy and register Post It will plant 2 trees.

How to do it..
Enter the promotion code found on specially marked packages to register your qualifying Post-it® or 3M™ Recycled Product, and they will plant a tree. It’s that easy!

They are going to plant up to 100,000 trees!

Check out the information here

Scrambled Egg Nest Recipe

  • 1 (3 1/2-cup) bag frozen shredded potatoes, defrosted
  • 1/3 cup vegetable oil or butter
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 6 eggs
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup finely diced onions
  • 1/3 cup finely diced bell peppers
  • 3/4 cup diced cooked breakfast sausage Shredded Cheddar
  • Chopped parsley for garnish (optional)
  1. Heat the oven to 400°.
  2. In a large bowl, toss together the potatoes, 1/4 cup of the oil or butter, salt, and pepper.
  3. Spoon about 1/3 cup of the potato mixture into each cup of a 12-serving muffin tin. Press the mixture into the bottom and up the sides of each cup,
  4. bake until golden brown, about 30 to 35 minutes.
  5. Remove the nests from the oven and allow them to cool.
  6. Meanwhile, whisk together the eggs and milk.
  7. Heat a large nonstick saute pan over medium-high heat.
  8. Add the remaining oil or butter to the pan and heat.
  9. Add the onions and peppers to the pan and saute until both are soft and the onions are slightly golden, about 2 to 3 minutes.
  10. Add the sausage and cook until heated through.
  11. Add the egg mixture and stir until the eggs have set and small curds have formed.
  12. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  13. Remove the potato nests from the muffin tin and place them on an ovenproof platter or cookie sheet.
  14. Fill each cup with some of the egg mixture, top with a sprinkling of the cheese, and place the nests in a 375° oven until the cheese is melted, about 2 to 3 minutes.
  15. If you like, garnish each nest with a little parsley. Serve warm.

Thanks to Disney Family for this recipe

How to make a cute Egg Bowl to hold Easter treats

Self Drying Clay
Butter Knife

1. Blow up Balloon to about 4 inches in Diameter
2.Mold a fist-sized ball of self-drying clay around three quarters of the balloon, leaving the top open.
3. Use a butter knife to give the clay a cracked edge.
4. Once the clay begins to set pop the balloon
5. let the egg harden completely before using

Thanks to Disney Family for this craft

Join ThredUP and get a box of clothes for $2 TODAY ONLY!

If you don't know it yet, I LOVE LOVE LOVE ThredUP, it is an awesome site that allows you to get and swap boxes of used kids clothes, I have gotten 3 boxes from them and all three had at least $40- $100+ in clothing in them, and the clothing was in great condition. Normally it cost $15.95 to get a box of clothing but today if you join you get a $13.95 credit that means the box of clothing will only be $2! This is an amazing deal!

Heres how ThredUP works

When you join they will send you boxes so that you can send out clothes, when you list a box and it is picked they give you a shipping label to print out, and you send the box for free (you can even earn credit for sending out stuff if its sizes on their low stock list)

When you buy you pay the $15.95 (which covers shipping) and the box is sent straight to you, filled with clothes or if you chose one with other goodies in it filled with goodies!

They have boxes for all sizes, even some for mommy, and they have boxes of toys, one time I even saw a blow up princess jump house listed!

So go get your credit on ThredUP now! This is one of those rare ops we talked about on our Online Tips post!

Thursday, April 21, 2011

How to make really cute Faux Fabergé eggs

Normally I only post on thrifty Thursday post but I saw this on Disney's site after posting the Lucky Rabbit Feet post and had to share :)

  • Toothpicks
  • 2 1/2 inch foam egg
  • stiff paintbrush
  • tacky glue
  • Glitter
  • Colorful plastic beads or jewels
  • 6-inch pipe cleaners
  • pencil

1.To make each one, first stick 3 toothpicks into one end of a 2-1/2-inch foam egg to create a temporary stand.
2. Use a stiff paintbrush to spread a thin layer of tacky glue on the egg.
3. Then sprinkle on a coating of glitter. When the glitter has set securely, glue on colorful plastic beads or jewels in a pattern of your liking. (You can use another toothpick or a pin to pick up and set the beads in place.) Allow the egg to dry completely before removing the toothpicks.
4. To make a stand for your egg, first twist together the ends of a 6-inch length of pipe cleaner to form a 1-1/2-inch-diameter ring. Now make the stand's legs. One at a time, fold 3 more 6-inch pipe cleaner pieces in half around a pencil and twist together the 2 halves, leaving an inch or so of the ends free, as shown.
5. Remove the pencil and twist the free ends around the pipe cleaner ring. Finally, bend up the loops to create the stand's feet.

Thrifty Thursdays ~ Lucky Rabbit Feet

Found this on Disney's family site, which by the way if one of my favorite sites for craft ideas! When I saw this one I just knew it was too fun not to share.

felt (white, brown, pink) (you of course can use other colors)
tacky glue
Jingle Bells
Pink Paint (or any color you want really)

1. Print out the template
2. cut the heads from the white stiff felt, eyes from the brown felt, and ear details from the pink (or whatever colors you choose to use)
3. Attach the features to the faces with tacky glue
4. Cut two slits for the nose as shown.
5. Paint the bell if you want to
6. Thread a bell onto each lace, then thread the ends of the laces through the nose slits. Lace up the shoes and tie as usual.

Peepshi recipe

Its easter time, and peeps are a big thing at easter so when I saw these on seriouseats I had to share :) I think I might make these for our Zombie party...

  • 6 Peeps per roll, 1 Peep per handroll, 1 Peep per nigiri
  • 1 box of Rice Krispies Treats
  • 1 box of Fruit by the Foot

1. Slice off six 3/16th inch slices lengthwise from a Rice Krispies Treat, doesnt have to be exact.
2. Cut the heads off your peeps
3. Portion out a length of Fruit by the Foot slightly longer than the Rice Krispies Treat slice.
4. Flatten and elongate the Rice Krispies Treat slice slightly and shape it into a hollow circle. It's okay if it breaks, just mold it back together again.
5. Take a Peep head and tuck it into the top of the hollow Rice Krispies treat cylinder. Use a toothpick or tip of the a knife to help get it snug.
6. Wrap the Fruit by the Foot strip around your roll. Some folding and nipping may be necessary to get the cleanest look.
7. Serve and enjoy

Earth Day Freebies and Deals

Tomorrow is earth day! Earth day is a fabulous day to go on picnics, plant some plants, and just enjoy a bit of mother nature. It also happens to be a fabulous day to get a few freebies and deals. Check out these stores who are offering freebies and deals for earth day!
  • Starbucks ~ Start off your day with a free cuppa joe, bring in a re-useable mug into participating starbucks on April 22nd and get a free brewed coffee or tea.
  • Evos ~ Get a free organic milkshake (located in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina)
  • Origins ~ Treat you face to a little TLC. Bring in one of your empty skin- care bottles (any brand) to an Origins retail store or department- store counter for recycling, and get a free full-size face cleanser choose from A Perfect World Antioxidant Cleanser with White tea, or Checks and Balances frothy face wash.
  • Disney Store ~ Go into a participating Disney store on Earth day and trade in 5 disposable shopping bags for a reusable one.
  • Lowes ~ On April 23rd go into your local Lowes store for a free tree, Lowes will be giving away 1 million free trees.
  • Kmart ~ on April 22nd Kmart will be having a big sale in celebration
  • ~ get up to 60% off on green and natural products April 22nd
  • The Yoga Journal ~ Download a free digital copy of the May issue
  • Re-Binder ~ April 21st - 24th get 25% off storewide in honor of earthday (great office supplies, maybe you can buy stuff for Back to school fairy)
  • Thread Up ~ Join on April 22nd and receive a $13.95 swapping credit this will make your first purchase only $2 which is an awesome deal cause you can get a box full of clothes for your little one.

Savvy Online Shopping: Tips and Tricks from 2 Frugal Bloggers

I love shopping online, you can find so many amazing deals. Be it through amazon, ebay, deal sites like mamapedia, or even big store sites like It is amazing what deals can be found. Sometimes, however, it can be a bit overwhelming. A deal can seem amazing until you get it and find out it's no good. So my darling friend (who is one of the Co-owners of The Daily Goodie bag) and I got together, to make you a post about how to find the best deals, tips to make sure they are fabo and real, and some great sites to look on.

You can find deals all over the net. We usually do searches for deals we like, and keep an eye on blogs that post about good deals (like we do, and like TDGB does). These are great launching points when looking for deals. Once you find a deal here are some tips and tricks to make sure you get the best of the best!

  1. Don't think just cause its on a deal site it is a deal. Do some research on the item, sometimes you can find it for cheaper than the "deal" or for the same price with cheaper shipping.
  2. A Great way to do this is to search the item on Google. Then click the tab that says 'shopping', and sort by price low to high. Doing so makes it easy to compare the prices of an item online. Make sure to pay attention to shipping, some sites will charge high shipping on a low price to trick you.
  3. Pay attention to shipping fees. This is especially important on sites like Mamapedia where you buy the certificate and then use the certificate code on the site. Make sure to find out what the shipping is, the last thing you want to do is find a smashing deal only to find out that shipping is uber expensive.
  4. Pay attention to the Fine Print, read the deal carefully. A deal may look like a gem, until you read the fine print. It is also often, where you will find the shipping.
  5. Ask yourself, can I make it better? Ok let's face it, most of the time the deal is the best your getting, but that doesn't mean you can't get better. I got a deal for books, it was $15 for a $30 code. Pretty sweet right? Well, I did a little search for coupons on the site and ended up finding a code that gave you 20% off with free shipping on your first purchase for joining their mailing list. I would have had to pay shipping, but because I did the research I got more books plus free shipping, which made my order much more of a deal.
  6. So take the time to search for coupons you can use with the deal. I love, but a simple search on Google can bring up a lot of good information. If you are looking for coupons, just search the sites name and coupon, for instance “ coupons”. You never know what you may find, and it is worth the time it takes to search.
  7. Get money back when you shop, by using to earn cash back when shopping online. It is pretty simple to use. Go to ebates and register or login. Then find the shop on their list you want to go to. When you go to the site through their site, you will get a percentage back in cash from the money you spent. Once again pay attention to the fine print!
  8. Payments; If you have to pay, paypal is your best bet, however, some sites do not take paypal. In circumstances like that, your next best bet is a prepaid credit card with a low balance. If you have to use your debit/credit card that isn’t prepaid, make sure the site is secure, look to make sure it says https:// on the web address. If you are not sure if the sites legit do a Google search with the sites name and the word scam like so “ scam” if it is a scam 9 times out of 10 something will come up about it on Google search.
  9. Are you a member of Swagbucks? If you are a member look on Swagbucks offer wall sometimes if you click into the site via Swagbucks you can earn Swagbucks for your purchase!

Types of Sites to look for:

Sites that give you credit for joining. If a site will give you credit for joining you should join even if you don’t buy anything right away, right? Some sites only give credit during promotions so you want to get it when you can. The following sites give you credit for joining.

  • Mamapedia ~ gives you $5 credit if you join under a current member
  • Gaggle of Chicks ~ gives you $10 credit if you join under another member, $5 if you just join through the site.
  • NoMoreRack: gives you $10 credit, must join go to “my account” then click apply “redeem a gift card” and put in the code P1070
  • Rue La La: Currently has a promotion till April 25th where if you join you get a $20 credit, hurry and join on this one cause the credit will stay in your account but you have to join before the promotion ends.

Sites that you get freebies for sending friends:

  • ShopItToMe: Get 10 friends to join and you get a free $10 gift card you chose where its from they have several options (Macys, Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Old Navy, and many, many, more)
  • Plum District: Daily Deals posted and from time to time they release specials for New Members.
  • Living Social: Daily Deals listed and if you purchase the deal, you have the opportunity to share a unique link with friends. If 3 friends purchase the deal too, you get yours FREE!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

School Items for under $2 with free shipping on Amazon, Donate to Back to School Fairy Today!

Its that time of year time we here at TCF start working to get school supplies to make back to school boxes for children in need through our charity Back To School Fairy. Alot of people think I can't donate TCF I just don't have the funds, well how about $2, or even $1 can you donate that? Here is a list of items we need for back to school fairy that cost $2 or less with free shipping on amazon. Remember you can earn free amazon cards on swagbucks, crowdtap and other great sites.

If you want to donate please ship items to
Back To School Fairy Donations
7820 Garden Hwy
Building C
Yuba City CA 95991


Heres the items for $2 or less with free shipping (through amazon prime)

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Sign up for your chance at FREE Accessories from Old Navy!

I love Old Navy dont you? Now you can apply to get free accessories from Old Navy. Now through April 29th 2011, you can apply to get some awesome awesome accessories for you and your friends from Old Navy.

Its easy!
First sign up or log into crowdtap
Then Apply to host an Old Navy Party (it will be under your actions)

If you get accepted you'll get tote bags, scarves, and more for you and your friend, and in return for you giving your opinion you get to keep all of them for free! Bonus for telling them what you think you'll also earn cash which you can use on!

So what are you waiting for? Sign Up NOW!

A Special Thanks to The Daily Goodie Bag for pointing this out, sorry didn't get the credit part up last night ladies, saw I had forgotten but couldn't get it to let me edit the post cause the internet kept going out.

Get a free T-shirt from World Trucker on Facebook

Hurry up and get your free t-shirt from World Trucker, all you have to do is register, share on facebook, and then vote. You will get your shirt when the contest ends, but they are limited so get it now!

Thanks to The Daily Goodie Bag for the Heads up!

477 Family Friendly DVDs all $5 or under with free shipping on Amazon

So Ive been telling you about some awesome DVD deals well I just found the bomb section on amazon! There is a section of movies all family friendly all for $5 or under with Free shipping with Amazon Prime! Check them out here

Wonderful titles such as
National Velvet
The Secret Garden
Busytown Mysteries
Black Beauty
Teenage Mutan Ninja Turtles
Raise Your Voice
How To Eat Fried Worms
Authur & The Invisibles

and so so so many more!

Award-Winning Music and Videos from as low as $2 if your a new member!

Mamapedia has an awesome deal $10 for $20 worth of Award-Winning music and videos from! It gets better though!

Exclusive discount for first time buyers only:

First 1000 new buyers will get an additional $3 OFF products from award-winning PBS show Kidsongs when you use coupon code 3OFFSONGS at Mamapedia check-out!

Also when you join you get a $5 credit so.. use your $5 credit with the code and get it for only $2!


    • Choose from dozens of DVDs from the award-winning Kidsongs Video Collection & PBS TV series
    • Keep your kids entertained and learning while you enjoy a much-deserved break
    • Pick your favorites from hundreds of classic children’s songs and dozens of albums
    • Choose to Download and take your music and videos everywhere you go


      • Not valid towards taxes or shipping(Media Mail starts at $4.77)
      • Limit (1) voucher per transaction
      • Redeem voucher on Kidsongs.comat checkout
      • Expires July 31, 2011

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