Dec 30, 2010

Christmas Place-cards

Here they are folks...the Christmas place-cards created by my mother in law!!!!

Santa and Mrs. Claus



These were so cute and somewhat simple to make.  Get creative!  There are soooo many possibilities.  I am looking to make little leprechauns for St. Patrick's Day =) 

Photo Credit: Me!

Dec 29, 2010

Christmas Fun!

Here are some of the fun ideas we did this holiday:

Reindeer Hat:
- poster board
- brown card stock paper
- red gumdrop or pompom
- googlie eyes
- glue
- stapler

Cut the poster board to fit around the child's (or adults) head.  Trace and cut out hand prints on the brown stock paper, assemble:

Reindeer Food:
- baggie
- oatmeal
- white sugar
- brown sugar
- red and green sugar sprinkles

Trev putting out his Reindeer Food!

Coming SOON: Christmas place cards!!!


Photo Credit: ME!

Dec 21, 2010

Need Great Invitations or Cards?

I was approached by my friend Angie, she owns Flowlines Design Flowlines Design, Inc., and asked if she could use my family's photo for samples on her web site for holiday cards.  My response..."You want to use MY family photo?!" Wow!! What an honor! So, I sent over a few pics and waited to see our shining moment.

Here we are:

Here is Angie's cute family:

If you are in the market for great, quality cards or invitations, call her or check out her web site!  She is professional and QUICK!  The Holiday cards I received were so beautiful (some of you are receiving them in your mail box's soon, if not already) and not too bad on price.  Yes, I did receive a discount from her for pimping out my family, but even with out that, I would order from her.

I will post my card after the holiday, as I do not want to ruin the surprise for those of you whom have not received yours yet!

MERRY CHRISTMAS Friends, and a BIG thank you to Angie =)


Photo Credit: Me and Flowlines Design

Dec 15, 2010

Bridalplasty- E! New Reality Show

What are your thoughts on the new E! reality show Bridalplasty?  Not sure exactly what that is, well, it is a show about Brides-to-be who compete in challenges to earn plastic-surgery procedures in a quest to win their ultimate dream wedding.

Hosted by Shanna Moakler and procedures performed by Dr. Terry Dubrow.

Share your thoughts!
Click here to see what Beauty Chat has to say.

Photo Credit: E! Online

Dec 6, 2010

Super Cute Place- cards- DIY

My Mother in Law made the cutest napkin ring holders for Thanksgiving. She got the idea from the Family Fun web site. They were SO SUPER cute! Here they are:

They were so simple to make. Here is what you need:
1) Black poster board
2) Photos of family or friends
3) Glue stick
4) White paper
5) Tape
6) White Crayon

So, this has now become our NEW holiday tradition! We will be making them for Christmas too! I am thinking Elves and Snowmen... =)

My mother in law also made this SUPER cute appetizer:



Photo Credit: Me!

Nov 24, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving 2010!

We hope everyone has a happy and safe Thanksgiving.  May you be thankful for all the many blessing you have received over the past year. Enjoy your family, I will be enjoying mine!

Here are a few fun Thanksgiving post from some of our bloggie buddies.  ENJOY:

Preparing for Black Friday  from:

Autumn Cocktails  from:

What YOU looking at?? Thanksgiving Jokes from:

Thanksgiving Decor in the Kitchen from:


Holidays at the Disneyland Resort from:

Over ALL great holiday ideas for all budgets from:


Photo Credit: Me

Nov 16, 2010

Pull Off A Stress Free Holiday Party!

I wrote this last year, and I think it is my most helpful, holiday dinner prep post . So here ya go, an oldie but goodie =)

Do you ever wish you could pull off a holiday dinner and still have a smile on your face at the end? Well, it's really not that difficult, and we can help you accomplish it!

For years, my mom has been coaching me on how to give a dinner party (or any party for that matter) and enjoy it, enjoy my guests and finish it off without stressing out. I have watched, learned and help my mom put on many dinner parties and they were all fun, enjoyable and stress free.

How you ask? By following a few simple rules:1) Deep clean your place a week before, and do touch ups the night before. This means you can't wait until the last minute to clean, it has to be ALL DONE a week before. This includes your laundry!

2) Do all of your food and decorative shopping 4 days before your party. When you get home, organize all of your party items off to the side (possibly on a dining room table or in a spare bedroom). Don't put them all away, keep them out and together.

3) Have your menu completely planned out. This includes appetizers, drinks, salad, bread, main course, sides, dessert, coffee, condiments, etc. Leave nothing to think about!

4) Set all of your table(s) the night before. In fact, put out as many of the decorations you can the night before (as long as they will not get ruined or fall).

5) Always have a "Plan B". If you are planning to eat on your patio, plan for what you will do if it's too cold, too windy or too hot. Now you will not be frantic when you have to use it!

6) Have all of your meals, desserts, etc. made the day before or the morning of your party if possible. By doing this, you can have your dishes all done, and the mess cleaned up. All you will have to do is pop it in the oven, and not have to spend time preparing things, and you get to be with your guests, not in the kitchen.

7) If any of the food can be cooked in a disposable dish, DO IT!! Then you can just toss it when you are done, thus eliminating the need to clean it.

8) Label what dishes will hold what items. This way if your guests help you, they will know where things go.

9) Have plenty of seating for all of your guests. If you invite 10 people to dinner, have a table set up to hold 10 people. If this requires you to borrow tables and chairs, get them a few days before hand, not the day of.

10) Enlist the help of a friend for clean up. Having someone to help you takes the pressure off of you to be the hostess Or host with the most! 4 hands are always better than 2, and much quicker. Be sure to have plenty of containers for left overs. This helps aids in a quick clean up.

11) 30 minutes before your guests are scheduled to arrive, light your candles, turn on your music, ice your drink glasses, and put out your appetizers. Sit down, pour yourself a drink and have a great time!

Well, there you have it. I am sure I could have gone on for DAYS!!! I love to entertain, and I love it when my friends say I make it look so easy. The truth is, it's not easy, I just am well prepared! If you take a little time to organize, plan, clean, and prepare, you can have a successful, stress free event that you will actually enjoy!

I hope this helps, let us know if there are tips you can add to aid our readers in a stress free holiday. I look forward to hearing from you!

Happy Holidays!

Nov 5, 2010

March of Dimes ~ Prematurity Awareness Month®

November is Prematurity Awareness Month, and people can learn more about the seriousness of premature birth, donate, or create a virtual band to celebrate, honor or remember a baby in their life at the March of Dimes web site.
On November 17, the March of Dimes will mark the 8th annual Prematurity Awareness Day by issuing its 2010 Premature Birth Report Card, which grades the nation and the states on their preterm birth rates.

March of Dimes Prematurity Awareness Day® is sponsored by CIGNA, FedEx, Destination Maternity and Hologic. On Nov. 17, Farmers Insurance, a March of Dimes sponsor, is sponsoring a six-hour marathon of the Discovery Health series NICU, which shows the experiences of babies fighting for their lives in a newborn intensive care unit.

As part of Prematurity Awareness Month®, March of Dimes staff and volunteers nationwide will host vigils, and light buildings in purple to draw attention to the epidemic of preterm birth. The March of Dimes also has been working with organizations in Africa, Australia and Europe that are raising awareness about the consequences of preterm births.

If you are interested in getting involved, there are many ways. Check out their web site, Facebook or Twitter for more information.


*Content from the March of Dimes web site*

Oct 21, 2010

Soopktacular Halloween Ideas!

 Looking for fun Halloween ideas? Here are some of the sites I have been using all month for my little ones...and ME!

Pin the smile on the skeleton game from Firefly Glow & Novelty

Blog Frog community dedicated just to HALLOWEEN!!

Creative Halloween Food from Tip Junkie
Bats and Bones decorated table from Save the Date for Cupcakes. 

Super Halloween cookie and decorating ideas from Better Homes and Garden



Photo Credit: ME
Save the Date for Cupcakes
Better Homes and Garden
Firefly Glow & Novelty
Blog Frog Community- Seasonal Celebrations Halloween Community

Oct 17, 2010

My Comments are MIA??!!!

My commens seem to have disappeared!  I am looking into it, but keep running in to a dead end. UGH!!!

If anyone has any ideas, please email me at


Oct 7, 2010

National Breast Cancer Awareness ~ Support a Great Cause

This is Gold Canyon’s beautiful tribute candle in honor of all women and their loved ones affected by breast cancer. With the purchase of this candle, Gold Canyon will donate 10% of the retail value to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, we encourage you to THINK PINK, and what better way to do that, than with the best smelling candle ever...SUGAR COOKIE! That's right, Gold Canyon Candle is featuring this beautiful pink, 16 ounce sugar cookie candle, and is donating 10% of the purchase value directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

If you are interested in purchasing this fabulous candle, please let me know!


Photo Credit: Gold Canyon Candle

Sep 24, 2010

Fantastic Finds ~ September 22, 2010

It's been a while since I have posted a Fantastic Finds post.  I figured it was time I shared some of the fabulous blogs I read on a daily basis.  So here you go, enjoy!

Wedding Related:
~ Create your own Faux Vintage Creat to hold all of your programs or wedding cards! Check out Hip Weddings for this fabulous "how to".

Halloween Related:

~ Today's freebie is to get you ready for the Halloween season. Clickable Party has FREE printable postcards and favor tags/mini cards!
~ Make your own super cute and chic Halloween decoration with the help of Strictly Simple Styles "how to" tutorial on creating a monogram pumpkin with nail heads.

~ Here's some fun ideas from No Limit Events to make your 2010 Halloween a little bit sweeter.

~ Fun Peanut Butter and Chocolate Spiders from Not Just A Housewife.

~ Halloween printable and fun party ideas from Accent the Party.

Yummy Food Related:
~ Fall Fav...Slow Cooker Hearty Beef Chili from Cre8tive Mocha.

This and That:
~ Hair Band Organization for your little one's hair accessories from Fashionably Organized.

~ Do you want to help save a life? Check out Thoughts from Cali and help her collect Yoplait Yogurt collect pink lids!


Photo credit:
monogram pumpkin: Strictly Simple Style
faux vintage creat: Hip Weddings

Sep 17, 2010

Cacao Sweets and Treats

I was recently sent these delicious treats from (cacao) sweets & treats review.  They are SO CUTE!  (cacao) sweets & treats offers a gourmet line of delicious delights, specializing in Cake Truffles,Impossibly Moist Cupcakes and our Signature Brownies.  (cacao)'s gourmet sweets & treats are handmade from scratch using the finest natural and organic ingredients and are always fresh to order.

I was sent the gourmet Cake Truffles, and it was so dainty and sophisticated!  The Cake Truffles are rich and decadent bon-bon like treat that are moist and creamy on the inside with a luscious chocolate coating. Each Cake Truffle is lovingly rolled, dipped and decorated by hand one at a time. They are made with the finest fresh, natural and organic ingredients. They come in fabulous flavors such as Triple Chocolate, French Vanilla, Lemon, Almond, Spiced Chi, Toasted Coconut (just to name a few!).

The Cake Truffles can serve as beautiful Dessert Centerpieces, Wedding Cakes, Dinner Party Favors, Birthday, Romantic Getaway treats and much more!

Check out their website and Esty site!  They currently have Beer Cupcakes - One for the Guys Newcastle, Guinness or Blue Moon, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month Cake Truffles.


Photo Credit:
Gift box: me!
All others: (cacao) sweets & treats

Sep 8, 2010

Dining and Table Etiquette

At a recent event, I sat down to this:

YIKES!!  What to do with all of this? I did not know where to begin. It was at this point, I realized that all of the country club dinners I had attended in my younger years did nothing for me! I was LOST! I knew it was time to do something.  I was going to have to learn how to use these many pieces that assemble a table setting. What did I do? Well, I challenged you to give us your etiquette questions, and boy did you!

After receiving all of your questions, I set out to do a little research and learn. So with out further ado, here are your answers... (bear with me...this is a long one, BUT full of great tips and info!)

Silverware, Glasses, Dishes...Oh my!
Q: I am afraid I won't use the correct forks for salad, dinner, and dessert. Ha! It's simple, but I get confused! (Elana from Good Girl Gone Shopping)

Q: What if the food is really fancy and you are given WAY too many pieces of flatware and you don't want to use the salad fork for the main meal or vice verse? (Charles P.)

Q:  I know to use the small fork first but what are the utensils at the top of the place for? And that really big outer spoon? Soup maybe? (Sunday from Adventures in Extreme Parenthood)

Q: I get confused over who's glass or salad dish is who's. (Audra from Penny Pinching Penguin)

Q: : I always get nervous about which silverware to use and when. I was taught at some point but it's really embarrassing that I can't remember! (Leeann from Join the Gossip)
Usually a good rule of thumb: Always start with the flatware farthest from your plate and work your way in.

In a formal setting, you will usually use one(1) utensil per course, starting with the one furthest from your plate.The soup spoon is the out most left followed by your beverage spoon (YES beverage has it's own, DON'T use your soup spoon to stir your iced tea!) The spoon and fork above your plate are for dessert. If none are there, then they will be brought to you at that time.

If you are having difficultly figuring out which set of flatware or dishes are yous, remember this: Eat to the left, drink to the right.

Tip1: once your utensils are used, they are not to touch the table again, including the handles. If in a formal setting, the utensils will usually be removed after each course and replaced if need be.

Tip 2: If you have completed your meal, you can signal this to the server by resting your knife blade in and fork resting tips down. Please leave your unused flatware on the table, and do not stack them on your plate.

Tip 3: (from Wendy):  Form your thumb and index finger into a circle on each hand, forming a b and a d. That way you know which side is your bread plate and which is your drink! (as opposed to the method I used to use, which is wait until one of the people sitting next to me took a drink or used their bread plate).

Tip 4: (from Patricia): Did you know it's not proper to pick up a utensil if you drop it on the floor in a restaurant? Makes since but I see people doing it. Then what do you do with it once you've picked it up...put on the table with clean ware? Not on my table.



Q: I worry I will have too much on the table. Place setting, serving dishes, glasses, etc. (from JDaniel4's Mom)
Just follow the guidelines as stated in the images above and you should be fine!

Q: I am at a total loss as to where to start with my silverware and then all those wine/water glasses?(from Sunday)
Thanks Sunday! Please see above for the Silverware answer. As for all those wine glasses:
Each course could have a different wine selection. You are not obligated to have any wine, or finish the previous glass. If opting to not have any, please decline gracefully! Do not turn your wine glass upside down. Simply hold your hand over the glass or just let them pour as to not draw any attention.

Here is some information straight from the Etiquette Scholar Website:

If you are serving a variety of wines with dinner, glasses are generally arranged according to size so that the smaller ones are not hidden behind the larger ones. The water goblet is placed directly above the knives at the right of the plate. The champagne glass is next to it at a slight distance to the right. The red or white wineglass is positioned in front of and between the water goblet and champagne glass. If you have several wineglasses, always set them according to size, with the largest ones on the left, starting with the water goblet. The sherry glass is placed either to the right or in front of the wineglass.

If you don't want to group the wineglasses, place them in a straight row slanting downward from the water goblet at the upper left to the sherry glass at the lower right.

Eating Styles, Conversations and How To
Q: My sister said that there's a way to cut your food. There's the American way and the European way...I never want to be messy. (from Elana)
Taken from the What's Cooking America Website:

Use one of two methods when using the fork and knife:

American Style: Knife in right hand, fork in left hand holding food. After a few bite-sized pieces of food are cut, place knife on edge of plate with blades facing in. Eat food by switching fork to right hand (unless you are left handed). A left hand, arm or elbow on the table is bad manners.

Continental/European Style: Knife in right hand, fork in left hand. Eat food with fork still in left hand. The difference is that you don't switch hands-you eat with your fork in your left hand, with the prongs curving downward. Both utensils are kept in your hands with the tines pointed down throughout the entire eating process. If you take a drink, you do not just put your knife down, you put both utensils down into the resting position: cross the fork over the knife.

Tip: Never cut your food into more than one or two pieces at a time. This looks unattractive and cools your meal at a faster rate. There is an exception made for young children.

Q:  Another question I have is when is it proper to start eating? Do you wait until everyone has their food on their plate or do you start eating as it is brought out? (from Sunday)
In smaller group settings (up to four) you should wait till everyone has received their meal, in a larger setting it is best to wait until all have received their meal OR until the hostess insists or asks you to begin eating. A good signal to watch for is when the hostess or host pick up their utensil, you may do so.

Q: For me it is more about conversation during formal dinners. When to talk, when to be quiet. I am a pretty social person, but it can be intimidating when you are all dressed up. (Emily from Family and Life in Las Vegas)
First rule, do not talk with food in your mouth! This is tacky and rude. Dinner parties are a social affair, conversation is a given. Try to remember to engage in conversation with those around you. Remember to not
talk about yourself in length, and always listen. Conversation is a give and take act.

Now, if you are in Japan- conversation is subdued during the meal, In Turkey, they are loud and animated! so just remember to follow the lead of your host.

Q: My usual peeve is when you have to spit something out (a fragment of shell or bone, a fruit pit.) What is the best way to deal with this? (Maria from 1000 reasons I am a Bad Mom)
It is best to remove whatever obstacle is in your mouth by the same means you put it in with, and place it on the rim of your plate. You should go unnoticed because it is normal for your utensil to be in your mouth. Never spit it out or place on the table linens!!

Tip:  You should eat cake with a FORK? It irritates me more than I want to admit when I get a slice of cake and a spoon. (From Maria)

Q:  Seriously, though, the "obvious" things: what to do with your napkin, how to signal you are finished/ not finished with a course, which side the service will come from/ be taken away. People don't know these things, and I have seen WAY too many awkward moments at nice restaurants (usually with the boss watching... yikes!) (Gina form Fantasy Casting)
When you are seated, simply UNFOLD your napkin.  Do not shake it open as this looks tacky.  If you are in a high end restaurant, the waiter may do this for you. Gently place the napkin in your lap. Please leave the napkin in your lap until the end of your meal, never place your dirty napkin on the table during the meal, and never blow your nose into it.  At the end of your meal, place the napkin onto the left side of your place setting.

Major No-No's
Q: What are the major no-nos.? How can you look like you know what you are doing even when you have no clue? (from Emily)
Never do the following:
- Chew or speak with your mouth full
- Turn a glass upside down to decline a beverage
- Smoke at the table
- Ask to taste another guests food or offer yours
- season your food before tasting it
- Use your finder to help scoop food
- Blow on your food- simply wait till it cools
- "Play" with your food or utensils
- Hold food on your utensil while talking
- Place your elbows on the table
- Slurp, smack or burp at the table
- Stab your food
- Pick at your teeth
- Slouch in your chair

Additional Reading/Education:

Thank you everyone for your participation and help!


Photo Credit:
Table setting images: Replacements LTD
Table Setting Photo: ME

Sep 7, 2010

Shutterfly Winners!

Thanks to those who commented =) The winners :

Congratulations to:
Liz (A Belle A Bean and A Chicago Dog) and Elana (from Good Girl Gone Shopping).  I hope you enjoy your free cards!


Sep 3, 2010

Clickable Party- Party Decorations from your Computer?

I found a GREAT website for those who like to be creative in planning their events.  It's called Clickable Party.  Clickable Party is *printable* party decorations that are unique, customizable and reasonably priced. They create matching party invitations, thank you cards, cupcake wrappers, toppers, banners, favor boxes...everything you need to make your next party look extra special. All you do is just print and cut them out!

We are a family owned and operated business in Southern New England striving to offer unique printable party ware for events, holidays and special occasions. We hope you enjoy our designs. Don't forget to check out the Freebies page for free downloads.

Why not use a party store? You can’t find our designs in your local party store - they stand out from the rest! The designs are made to be personalized, and you control how many you print, how you print them and how you use them. ~ Krysten

They have a ton of cute stuff!  I stumbled upon them while surfing the twitter waves.  There is a freebies section with a full free downloadable party for an end of summer beach bash, and more is added all the time. Cruise on over and check them out!


Photo Credit: Clickable Party

Sep 2, 2010

Have You Ever Used Shutterfly?

I had used Shutterfly once for business when I had worked for about 3 years ago. I remember that the program was VERY easy to use. I had made some thank you cards for vendors that had used us to review their products. I had uploaded the blogs log and an image of all the "Beauty Chatters". It was really cute.

Other than that, my only other experience with Shutterfly was a gift I had received for being an assistant coach for my son’s soccer team. I had received a little photo book filled with various images from the season. It was really cute, and you could tell that a lot of thought and time had gone into it.

So, when I was asked to do this blog post (from my Mommy Bloggers Club), I thought, why not! I could get reacquainted with them and open up a huge possibility for some great and thoughtful Christmas gifts and possibly my Christmas cards!!
Here is a brief list in to what you can do at Shutterfly:

Looks interesting and easy huh?! So, do you want in on the action? let me know, because I have 2 free codes to offer 2 of my readers the chance to try Shutterfly for free and receive 10 free 5x7 flat stationery cards!

Hurry! I will choose 2 of you on Tuesday, September 7!

Photo Credit: Beauty Chat Blog, & Shutterfly

Aug 27, 2010

It's Coming... Table Etiquette

We are working on a Table Etiquette post. What are your fears about a formal dinner setting? PLEASE Share them with us so we can help you with them.  Looking forward to the responses.


Photo credit: Me!

Aug 25, 2010

Winkee Winner!

Congratulations to COLLEEN!!

Colleen was randomly selected by Random.or and has won herself a Winkee

Colleen's need for the Winkee:
What a great invention. I avoid buying a lot of cute tops because they are just too low cut and in the summer it's too hot to add an extra layer. I'd love to win.

Thank you to everyone who entered. Check back for more giveaways!


Aug 22, 2010

Us...Guest Post...Yup! Check out Strictly Simple Style!

Hey Everyone! 

It has happened AGAIN!!!  Another fabulous blogger has asked US to guest post!  Who you ask?... Karen from Strictly Simple Style ~ Style for your home without the price tag.

The post: Guest Post From KDC Event Planning was a follow up to: Too Many Cooks Spoil the Bridal Shower.

Check out the post and Karen's blog, its fabulous!

Thanks Karen!!


Photo Credit: Karen from Strictly Simple Style

Aug 19, 2010

What's a Winkee You Say? Read on & WIN one!

Our friends at over at KMR Communications is at it again by introducing us to some fabulous finds! They are introducing us today to the Winkee. What's a Winkee you say? Well read on...

It’s official: We no longer have to resort to bulky tank tops or duct tape to cover up the dreaded “too-much cleavage” syndrome. The ultimate solution for wardrobe malfunctions is finally here! The Winkee is a stylish, lightweight bra accessory that can help cover cleavage without added bulk.

Let’s face it, wardrobe mishaps are not only confined to the red carpet or the Super Bowl. From slip up’s and slip out’s, sometimes clothes develop a mind of their own. For many women, it seems the dreaded bra flash happens at the most inopportune moments. No matter the size of your bosom, a low-cut shirt can become a source of discomfort in certain settings. Whether you’re in the office or at a family function, every woman has asked herself “Is this top too revealing?”

The Winkee, created by entrepreneurs Patricia Calamari and Karla Kennedy is an answer to this fashion dilemma. Combining the concept of a tank top layer with the added benefit of being removable, The Winkee allows women to cover cleavage when they need to, and switch from “day to night” seamlessly without having to change outfits completely.

According to Patricia, “The Winkee is a patent-pending design that solves every woman’s occasional need to have a multi-purpose outfit. From the jetsetter who simply wants to pack lighter, to today’s multi-tasking woman who wants to go from the boardroom to out on the town with friends, The Winkee has you covered – literally!”

The Winkee Cleavage Cover provides the ideal coverage for any plunging neckline in just three simple steps:
  1. Stick Winkee Dots on the inside of each of the three Winkee tabs
  2. Wrap top side tabs around straps of bra
  3. Wrap bottom tab under the middle of front of bra

Winkee, the ultimate solution to plunging necklines, is a revolutionary mock cami that easily covers cleavage. Winkee is a bra accessory that solves the problem of plunging necklines. It is easily attached to your bra in three easy steps, making it an affordable way to maximize your outfits without compromising their design. Your "bosom's buddy", takes a gal from the boardroom to bodacious in seconds. Priced from $17-$20

A Little History on heART & Soul Studios:
Patricia Calamari has been creating art for as long as she can remember. She has been an image maker and mentor for children for 20 years. She attended the School of Visual Arts, NYC and later finished her Bachelor of Fine Art at Lynn University. In 1994, Ms. Calamari went to work for a center for individuals with profound disabilities. It was there she was inspired by a very special population to create this unique shared painting process. The outcomes have been nationally award winning. Because of an overwhelming desire to display the creative spirit of individuals with disabilities, Patricia founded heart & Soul Studios, INC. in 1999.

So here is the best part...You can WIN a Winkee!!  Just leave a comment on this post as to why you, or someone you know needs this product, and we will select a winner on Wednesday, AUGUST 25! It's that easy =)

Click here to view some videos on the Winkee!


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