(closed) GIVEAWAY: Baby Bond Nursing Sash

Congratulations Commenter #62 hiann88! Sponsored by Tomoson.com A few weeks ago, I reviewed this amazing nursing sash from Baby Bond! If you are a nursing Mom or if you are heading to a Baby Shower anytime soon, you should for sure enter to win one! Would you like to win a Baby Bond Nursing Sash to try for yourself? One lucky winner will get to choose any in stock item from Baby Bond! This giveaway is open WORLDWIDE! This giveaway closes on Monday April 4th, 2011 at 11:59, 2011. REQUIRED ENTRY: Please remember to leave your email address! Like Multi-Testing … Continue reading

Happy New Year!

Welcome 2011! Happy New Year, everyone! I hope you had a fun, safe and enjoyable New Year’s Eve last night. I’d love for you to check out my Post Holiday Survey! Help me collect some data in a new form in hopes to find a new way to collect info for my giveaways this year. Happy New Year! ~MTM

(closed) Giveaway: Scotch Tape – Wrapping for the Holidays

I’ve tried other tapes, but no other brand comes close to Scotch Brand in my opinion! That is why I am super excited to be hosting a Scotch Tape – Wrapping for the Holidays Giveaway for all of my readers! City Line’s Lynn Spence has 12 Holiday Decorating Tips to Share with You: 1. Stock Up – Before you start wrapping, make sure you have all of the necessary supplies. Quality scissors and tape will make the gift wrapping experience a breeze (see proof points below): 2. Stay Sharp – Have a sharp pair of scissors, such as Scotch Precision … Continue reading

3M Scotch-Brite Prize Pack

Last year, 3M Scotch Brite asked Canadians to reveal their “Dirty Little Secrets” regarding cleaning. Here are a few of them: *I often use the same cloth to clean my floor as I do on my dishes.*My fridge is the best place to kick crumbs under.*I use my socks to clean up spills on the floor. We all have our own “Dirty Little Secrets” when it comes to cleaning, I’m sure! I will admit to wiping up a spill on the floor, rinsing out the cloth really well with hot water and then using that same cloth on the counter … Continue reading