Friday, November 23, 2012

Black Friday's Deals in my Shops!


{Use Code: BLACKFRISALE at checkout 
for the discounts shown below on the following items in my shops at}

60% off posters & prints featuring the photography of M. Hamilton

50% off  Christmas cards

50% off cards, invitations, photocards and postcards at our Noteworthy shop!

Celebrating a first Christmas? A new baby? Just got married? New pet?  
First Christmas Ornaments are 50% off today only! 

All our Smartphone Covers/Cases $10 off today only!

$10 off  iPhone 5 cases

$10 off  iPod Touch covers

Laptop Sleeves with Popular Bible Verses - $10 off today!

$10 off sleeves for MacBooks today only! 

$10 off sleeves for iPads today only!

30% off  Mugs

20% off all Tote Bags!

15% off  T-Shirts!

15% off  Kids' Clocks!

15% off  Personalized Notebooks for Kids & Teenagers! 

15% off  Doodle by OrigAudio™ Speakers!

15% off  Silver Pendant Necklaces!


Here are the Black Friday sales in my shop at, 
discounts are red on the linked page and reflect the sale price!

 Up to 65% off all t-shirts

Up to 25% off all sweatshirts and hoodies!

Up to 30% off all baby clothing!

$5 off  iPhone cases!

Up to 20% off aprons!

Up to 30% off coasters!

Up to 35% off all keepsake boxes/jewelry boxes!


Here are links to all my shops: 

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Roasted Broccoli and Apples

This is my new favorite side dish! Easy to make, not too many calories and so delicious...what's not to love?

:: Ingredients ::

10 oz. Broccoli florets
1 large red delicious apple
2 tbsp French Fried onions
Pam butter spray

:: Directions ::

Cut your broccoli and apples into bite size pieces and spread them evenly onto baking sheet lined with tinfoil. Sprinkle French Fried onions on top, then spray evenly with Pam butter spray. Bake at 375 degrees in the oven for 30 minutes. 


Makes 2 servings, 244 calories total --122 per person

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

To Infinity and Beyond!

I love the infinity scarf craze and it's especially awesome for winter time. I came across a pin on Pinterest late last night when I couldn't sleep and I thought I can do that, so super easy!

Here's a link to the awesome blogger who inspired my craft and her tutorial, 
a special thanks to Melissa or Missy as I think she likes to be called @ Pink Pistachio 

 The picture on the left is actually two scarves, the blue is doubled up and the white one just hangs. 
I used scraps I had from another project, so mine are a little different from hers, but I still love them. 
And as you can see, I made two navy and white and one in slate blue! 
The possibilities are truly endless especially if you've got t-shirts you no longer wear, upcycle them and voila you've got something super cute and trendy instead of just tossing them or donating to Goodwill.