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I just had to share some FREE CHRISTMAS MUSIC that I found on Amazon!
Some of these are only available for a limited time, so be sure to go download them soon! And really, they’re FREE! Go download them and listen to see if you like them later, just don’t miss these deals!
Here are some of my favorites:
Mark Smeby – Mary, Did You Know?
(This ^^ is possibly my all time favorite version of this song!)
(The bells ^^ can get annoying in this one)
Hope you enjoy these Christmas songs as much as I have!
Mixbook is by far my favorite online photo book site!
(the three books I have ordered from them)
It is so easy to use and when they have deals like these it is a really great deal! Want to try it out? You can make a digital book for free and pay to have it printed later, if you’re not crazy about it, don’t print it! Simple as that!
I have ordered three books from them and the service was great! The online chat was super helpful, books were beautiful, great customization, prices great, and printing/delivery fast!
If you use the link below you will get $20 off your first purchase! AND you will be helping me earn store credits too!
Prepare for a lot of yum!
Usually when we do egg burritos we just have egg, a little bacon, and cheese. This time I changed it up a bit and really liked the result!
I love depression glass!
It’s just so vintage and pretty, and I love the history of it! The glassware was created right before the great depression and was often given away in products such as oatmeal as a free incentive to buy the product. I was reading the other day about how they would give out glass dishes at movie theaters when you purchased your tickets (just think of that!). Then when the movie ended there was always a loud crash of glass falling to the ground because everyone forgot the about the dishes in their laps!
Here are a few pieces that were once my grandmothers and are now in my hope chest:
When I made the Sonic Screwdriver Earrings for my friends birthday I knew I had to wrap them right…
Yep, I copied the Doctors’ styles! Mwahahaha!!! I have never seen the show before, but Google came to the rescue and helped my figure out what was special and unique to the two most popular doctors.
I gotta say how much I loved the way they turned out, pretty much exactly as I imagined them! Which is strange, that doesn’t usually happen!:D