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Mar 31, 2012

SHE WON, SHE WON

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Well the giveaway is over and we have a winner.

First of all I want to thank all of you who took the time to enter this contest. It was fun for me to get to share something with you that I really do like.

You can still get a copy of the digital software for yourself at a discounted rate by using the product code here. The software also will come with another 10.00 coupon for use on their site for downloads of other products/pages. So you are getting 20.00 in coupons total.

coupon code mymemories
USE CODE STMMMS68194
FOR A $10.00 DISCOUNT ON YOUR
ORDER OF MEMORY SUITE
VER. 3

I  also used a new (to me) gadget for this giveaway and I have to say it is great. I used Rafflecopter and I highly recommend it. It does more than just give you a gadget for your page. It also will randomly pick a winner from the entries. It lets you see if the people who entered have done the things required such as Tweeting or Following on Facebook or visiting the product website if required. You can have all the entries loaded into a spreadsheet. So easy to manage.

Now without further ado…..whatever that means….the winner chosen randomly by Rafflecopter from the list of entries…..

Sue @ Sullivan & Murphy

Couldn’t happen to a nicer blogger. Sue and I go way back from when I first started blogging and I mistakenly emailed her when trying to email a different Sue. Her response was hysterical and we have been blogging buddies ever since with her referring to me as Lucy and me referring to her as Ethel. I am sure many people think we are calling each other by the wrong name when we leave comments for each other. Lol.

Mar 26, 2012

BOOKMARKS

There is still time to enter to win a copy of the My Memories Suite digital scrapbooking program.
It is so much more than a photo scrapbooking program. How about making bookmarks. Just pop a personalized one into a book and you will have great gift. PINK BOOKMARKS_2-2
I would cover the page with a sheet of plastic laminate on both sides before cutting into individual bookmarks. Use a hole punch and add a nice ribbon at the top
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You can enter to win a copy for yourself here or if you want to buy your own copy use this code to get a discount on your purchase of the My Memories Suite

  
USE CODE STMMMS68194 FOR A DISCOUNT ON YOUR ORDER OF MEMORY SUITE VER. 3

Mar 25, 2012

LOOK WHAT YOU CAN WIN!!

Blogging is such a wonderful thing. The great people, the great information, the great ideas….oh yes….and the great giveaways.
I have been playing with a really fun scrapbooking program this weekend and I get to share it with you guys.
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My Memories Suite has asked me to write a review of the product. Along with my free copy of the program I get to review I will also get a free copy for one of you to win. I will also be able to offer all of you a promo code for a discount off of the purchase of the My Memories Suite program and a coupon to use in their online store as well.
My review is fairly basic but the software is way more than just the basics. You can work with this program to make the most amazing, creative scrapbook pages or you can basically let the program do the work for you
The My Memories Scrapbooking program is a download from their site. You could also order a hard copy if you wanted. It was very easy to download.
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I chose to use the pre-made templates but you do have the option to create your own.
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It is a quick change to edit your pages and try a different look for the same page. One feature I really like is the option to flip the page making a duplicate page for your album with the exact same layout, just flipped for the next page.
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It is user friendly and easy to use. I uploaded photos, I added text, I played around with the backgrounds and embellishments.
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You can put your own design creations on the pages to by uploading as you would  a photo.
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Sharing these pages with family is very simple also. You can have an album printed by the My Memories website or you can print it yourself. You can also share the pages just like any other photo once you save your albums to to your computer.
My Album 1-001
All in all I was really pleased with the My Memories Suite scrapbooking program. I had only one problem and it may be just that I was missing something but I couldn’t always fit in the whole photo having to settle on a partial shot even when I tried to decrease the size.
My Album 1-003
This resulted in only 3/4 of my ancestors statue showing in the photo. Other than this problem the software is a blast to use and so much easier than lugging out all your scissors, papers, cutters, embellishments and whatnots for your scrapbooking projects.
So you don’t do scrapbooking you say? Pictures are all in a box under the bed and you like it that way. Well how about using these pages on your blogs instead.
My Album 4-001
A whole new look to your usual photos on your pages. The possibilities are endless.
My Album 4-002
Well now that I have your attention let’s get down to the fun stuff. How to win your own copy of the software for My Memories Suite.
Follow the contest rules below to win the software program ($40 value)
As a special for all of my readers here is a Share the Memories code that provides a $10 discount off the purchase of the My Memories Suite Scrapbook software and a $10 coupon for the MyMemories.com store - $20 value!)
Just copy and paste this code when placing your order.
STMMMS68194
Just so you know I also receive payment when this code is used so feel free to use it all you like. 
Lots of ways to enter. Choose 1 or choose them all for more chances. 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Mar 24, 2012

A WONDERLAND OF FAERIE FOLK & FRIENDS

I have been introduced to an artist who does something completely different. His beautiful artwork takes you to a world of wonder and imagination. You can’t just glance at these pictures. You need to take your time and look through them for the tiny ant or the face in the background looking in on the faeries.

Since a young lad Bill Oliver has had an interest in the unusual and arcane. A few years back he started to create that which he only imagined prior. Although his art covers all aspects of the paranormal including vampires, monsters,zombies and other darker side entities, it is his love for The Wee Ones,Sprites and The Fae where his true passion lies.
After receiving a 1st place prize in a Christmas art contest judged by best selling author Brad Steiger the two went on to  work together with Oliver's art being featured in several of Brad's books. "I hope my art has a lasting impression with those who view it and allow the viewer to slip away into the magic for a moment or two".

Bill Oliver resides in Vancouver,BC and is currently in the midst of a massive project called"The Wee Ones" 

You may contact him at eastender@telus.net. His website is at  http://www.boysoblue.com

He is happy to create custom work for those who wish..

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When the winds of March are wakening the crocuses and crickets,
Did you ever find a fairy near some budding little thickets,...
And when she sees you creeping up to get a closer peek
She tumbles through the daffodils, a playing hide and seek.
~Marjorie Barrows

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Faeries, come take me out of this dull world,
For I would ride with you upon the wind,
Run on the top of the dishevelled tide,
And dance upon the mountains like a flame.
~William Butler Yeats, "The Land of Heart's Desire," 1894

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Princess Edane... heard a voice singing on a May Eve like this, and followed half awake and half asleep, until she came into the Land of Faery, where nobody gets old and godly and grave, where nobody gets old and crafty and wise, where nobody gets old and bitter of tongue.  ~William Butler Yeats, "The Land of Heart's Desire," 1894

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The Realm of Fairy is a strange shadow land, lying just beyond the fields we know.  ~Author Unknown
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Fairies are invisible and inaudible like angels.  But their magic sparkles in nature.  ~Lynn Holland

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A lady, with whom I was riding in the forest, said to me, that the woods always seemed to her to wait, as if the genii who inhabit them suspended their deeds until the wayfarer has passed onward: a thought which poetry has celebrated in the dance of the fairies, which breaks off on the approach of human feet.  ~Ralph Waldo Emerson, "History"

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The Realm of Fairy is a strange shadow land, lying just beyond the fields we know.  ~Author Unknown

You can contact Bill Oliver at:

eastender@telus.net. His website is at  http://www.boysoblue.com

He is happy to create custom work. Imagine what a special gift this would make.


Mar 15, 2012

A LITTLE QUIZ

Mar 12, 2012

YOU DON’T LIKE FREE STUFF?

Wow…I am surprised. I thought you guys would be very quick to enter the giveaway for the Digital Scrapbooking software that I have to give away.
All you have to do to enter is go to my post with the contest entry form and do any of the following. The more you do the more chance to win.***YOU NEED TO FILL OUT THE ENTRY FORM***
1. Follow my blog using the gadget on the sidebar.
2. Follow Family Trees May Contain Nuts’ Facebook page here.
3. Tweet a link to the giveaway and tell me so I can find it.
4. Visit My Memories Suite and tell me what paper pack you like best out of all their designs. 

Mar 11, 2012

SPRING HAS SPRUNG

Well I guess there is no putting this off any longer. Spring is on its way and for those of you who are so inclined….or court ordered…it is time for some Spring Cleaning.
I am a procrastinator and think a spotless house is just not my style. I like it clean but if there is something more fun or interesting to do then I am there.
Yikes. I just love it when the sun comes out and suddenly you see the filth on the windows.
So out went the call to all of you for your Spring Cleaning tips. I really sensed a common theme amongst you. I will add mine at the end.
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  • Beverly @ The Buzz sent me a link for a Spring Cleaning checklist on Pinterest. http://pinterest.com/pin/126663808239783531/ so I think this is a good place to start.
  • Jane from Blondie’s Journal says:
  • What I love to do...one of my dirty little tricks, is after airing out the house, I turn on the ceiling fan and spray room freshener under it. It really spreads it around evenly and it smells SO good!
  • Colleen from Vintage Home advise us:
  • numerous trips to the thrift store...to take stuff
    change the duvet, cushion covers...switch out carpets
    hundreds of hours in the garden!

  • Diane @ Cozy Canadian Cottage writes:
  • What we do when the spring comes is get in our cars and goooooo! After months of being locked up in our home because we are afraid to go anywhere in case the weathers turned for the worse, once spring arrives, we leave on a short vacations here and there. Some times we go away for just the weekend and enjoy the sights are some times we go for an entire week. Cabin fever fits us bad her in southwestern ON.
  • Sigrun, @ To Swatch or Not to Swatch advises: I still prefer vinegar/water or ammonia/water for washing windows. And nothing leaves a streak-free window like bunched up newspapers for drying the glass.Don't put away the winter stuff to early--it will snow again.
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  • Over at Living in France, Mimi says:
  • I ALWAYS ALWAYS have to clean my windows and window hangings. I take down the curtains, sheers, etc and wash those.
    THEN, if I have mini blinds up (which I do in a couple rooms) I will take those down and take them outside and put them on a couple nails on the fence.
    I'll make sure that the blinds are let all the way out to their fullest length then I spray them with 409 or Simple Green or something like that and then turn the hose on em. LOL I put the sprayer nozzle on the hose and just soak em down. You can see the brown water come off of them so you know they were dirty!
    Then I take them down, turn em around and do the same to the other side.
    If you drive past my house come spring cleaning (or fall too) we look super ghetto fabulous with our blinds hangin' on our fence!

  • Keetha @ The Eclectic Company swears by baking soda. It cleans any smooth surface and cleans it well. I've had success using it on pots and pans, casserole dishes, stove tops, MY HAIR, and Fisherhubby even uses it to remove spatted on bugs and tar from the front of our cars.It is pure magic
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  • Had to hunt down Linda’s blog too since she didn’t leave me a link. Linsueray is her blog and she advises:
    I use vinegar on just about everything I can...it freshens up dull tupperware, cleans glass and mirrors and I put some in a bag and use a rubber band to hold the bag on the shower nozzle...leave it overnight and the hard water build up is easily cleaned up.
    I rarely use paper products and I save old towels and t shirts for cleaning...Old bath towels torn up make great dust mops for wood floors...T shirts are soft and they make wonderful dust rags...as do diapers but since I haven't had anyone in diapers for 30 years ...they are hard to come by these days!
    In the garden...I collect seeds form the previous year and plant as many as I can for the next years garden...I put them in paper bags and mark what they are. Zinnias and violas give lots of seeds. Also you can cut some plants...tomatoes and impatiens and root those and keep them over the winter and just plant them in the Spring.
    My house is small and the color scheme is pretty much the same in all the rooms so I can change out pictures and decorations to make it look different even though I didn't spend any money and a can of spray paint can be your best friend for changing things up like out dated picture frames...just about anything.

  • Josette @ My Grandma’s Soul has 2 good tips:
  • One that comes to mind for me is using white vinegar as a rinse and softening agent in my washing machine. The clothes are sanitized with no odor and it help keep my machine clean.
    Another thing I always do is put bars of soap in my dresser....unwrapped....they leave a heavenly smell and when soap is needed I just grab a bar.
  • Shirley from Shirley’s World has lots of animals around her house so she should know a thing or two about how to clean a St. Bernard and a house.
  • For me, cleaning windows in the spring is the worse job. Not because of the windows because I have replacement windows that are easy to clean from the inside. It's the moving of the furniture and everything out of the way to do it. I, therefore, only do one room, not more than two windows at a time . Doesn't seem like such a big job then. When I'm done with that room, I move my window cleaning equipment to the next room that I'm going to do the next day or so and go sit down and have a flavored coffee. Pretty soon, within a week, they're all done : ))
  • Alison is over in England but she is a Canadian girl. Her newest blog is Grumble Bug and she has the right idea:
    I always pick sunny days to Spring clean. It just seems appropriate to have some windows open while your getting the fug of Winter out of the house.
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  • Reflections From the Fence is Carol’s blog and she pretty much laughed at my suggestion that she give some cleaning tips for Spring but then she came back with her tips for their home away from home on wheels.
  • Baby wipes! Will clean just about anything. Not only baby butts, but, fur kid butts, adult butts and MORE! I dust with them, I will clean floors with them. They are very useful when we are traveling and may or may not have access to running water in the rig. Very useful when we are traveling in the winter months. I have cleaned dishes with them to remove the food, and when we finally get water I wash them with soap and hot water, but, in the meantime they don't smell snarly. I have cleaned sinks, toilets and counter tops with them. I really love dusting with them, dust does not float away.
  • Linda from A Classy Diva says:
  • Make your spray cleaner. Fill a spray bottle with 3 Tablespoons ammonia, 1 tablespoon vinegar & the reminder with water.
    Use newspaper to clean your windows....very inexpensive, since most of us have newspaper around.
    Wall cleaner - mix 1/2 cup ammonia, 1/4 cup white vinegar, and 1/4 cup of baking soda to 1 gal. of warm water
    Use pledge polish to shine Granite counters, and shine Stainless steel appliances.

  • Score another one for the windows from the Impulsive Addict:I've had to really think about this. The only thing I do in the spring is clean my windows (inside and out) with Windex and newspapers. It works perfectly for that no streak shine!!
  • Kasia’s blog is Chatelet and she has some interesting natural tips here:
  • I use mostly Vinegar for my cleaning and when I need soap, I make it myself :) Some castille soap and essential oils and voila! LOL But for a tip? Lets see.... well, instead of using windex for windows and mirrors (which is ammonia) I used dark brewed tea (not sweetened) It works great! Also, if you have scratches on your woodwork, grab a freshly cracked walnut and rub it on the crack, it makes it almost invisible! :) I dont know if this works too, but instead of toothpaste, I have a cup of baking soda to which I add a few drops of essential oil (tea tree oil) And I sprinkle in some ground cloves and keep this in a jar, then with a tiny spoon you drop some on your palm and scoop it up with a toothbrush. In short, you have no chemicals and all the cleaning/whitening power and goodness of natural products! :)BakingSoda
    Vicki @
    The Universe Smiles says: 
    With all the wind we’re getting in New Mexico, try opening all the doors of the house and let the wind blow out all the dust and ash.
    OK, that was stupid. Now I have pollen and I’m sneezing!
    I’ll pay my daughter to come clean my house.
  • I am so sorry Valerie Linley because I can’t find your blog. I have hundreds in my list. I know you are in Ontario but other than that I can’t find a link but your tip is great:
    In my area of southern Ontario there is occasions of late frost until early June. I caution those gardeners eager to get out in the garden and expose the new growth to take their time to clean up the flower beds and not rush it. Tender emerging plants can be killed off or severely harmed if their nice warm environment is disturbed too soon. Let the emerging plants do so at their own speed only taking off the dead debris and weeds around them when those late frosts have ended.
  • A quick tip from tapdancer@frontiernet.net  but I don’t think the fire hose is a good idea:
    I usually open all the doors and windows and hose my house out. Wish I had a fire hose.
  • Betty @Just Thoughts on a Blog is an organized woman:
    Every time I start my Spring cleaning I think about the three pile rule when I clean a closet or drawer or room out. 1. The keep pile
    2. The donate pile
    3. The trash pile
    Then look at your keep pile again and ask yourself if you used that in the last three years. If you haven't it's time to move to the donate pile.
    You will be surprised to see how much clutter you can get rid of. I have never been a hoarder of junk . It's getting that time again to start our Spring cleaning and I think your blog post is a great idea to give us tips on cleaning house.
  • So what I see the most here is we can’t wait to get some fresh into our homes and that is sometimes the incentive we  need to clean.

Now for my tips:
1. Cotton balls in the fingertips of rubber gloves stops them from tearing from your fingernails
2. Start from the top of a room and work downwards.
3. Keep a set of cleaning supplies in each room.
4. Change or clean your furnace filter.
5. CHANGE YOUR SMOKE DETECTOR BATTERIES
6. Pour yourself a big glass of wine and put your feet up because you deserve it!
Thanks for all your help with this ladies. It is nice to know we are all in the same boat so to speak.

Mar 5, 2012

ARE WE THERE YET?

I spent some time this past week organizing a getaway for our 30th. anniversary. I know, I know but I was married at age 10.

My BB Guy usually does all the organizing for things like this but this time I decided I would do it.

It will be a surprise for him though he knows I am organizing something. That will drive him crazy…and I like that….don’t judge…lol.

Now this big milestone will not be here until the end of July but I like to be ready. Places are very busy in the summer. Good thing I am flexible because I have had to change the plans twice.

We are spending 2 nights in one place and a third night somewhere else. I have booked dinner for one night at a restaurant that he likes.

I can’t tell you any details though because he reads my blog sometimes.

I am excited like a little kid waiting for Santa. I am giddy and I have to wait 5 months to pull it off. Squeallllll!!!!

My son tells me I will never be able to keep the secret to myself. That is why I am telling you guys about it. It is to keep from exploding like a volcano.

Whew…thanks for the release. I will make it for at least a couple of weeks before I have to tell someone else to vent my excitement.

JUST A GIGGLE

adele

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