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    DailyDivaDish is giving away Twisted Silver’s Sunshine Ring + $100 Store Credit. Ends 12/11.

    Stretching a Buck is giving away two $50 Sears gift cards. Ends 12/12.

    Brimful Curiosities is giving away a $50 Kohl’s Giftcard. Ends 12/14.

    The Divine Miss Mommy is giving away a Sam’s Club $100 Gift Card. Ends 12/13.

    Blessings Abound is giving away a Sam’s Club $50 Gift Card. Ends 12/17.

    My Loonyverse (ends 12/7) and Random Thoughts With Chris (ends 12/12) are giving away a $25 American Express gift card.

    A Wrestling Addicted Mommy is giving away a Hoover WindTunnel. Ends 12/15.

    Guessing All the Way is giving away a Learning Tower. Ends 12/15.

    Here’s a cookie decorating technique that’s new to me: painting with a glaze. The author’s kids said painting was more fun that sprinkles, and it’s definitely neater! (Via Like Merchant Ships.)

    Speaking of cookie decorating, A Thrifty Mom has a clever way of turning free Keebler cookies into fancy holiday cookies.

    All Financial Matters is reviewing John Bogle’s Common Sense on Mutual Funds: Fully Updated 10th Anniversary Edition, and it looks like it’s going to be a simple course on the basics of mutual funds. The latest post is about where market returns come from.

    Get a printable coupon for $1 off Spot Shot carpet stain remover. I’ve used this stuff on a mystery stain, which came out. (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)

    I’ve seeing lots of deals related to Vista Print, so I wanted to point out this post over at A Full Cup, in which the author says that the company charged her debit card for a membership she didn’t realize she was agreeing to. This isn’t the first time I’ve seen claims of unauthorized charges from Vista Print, which is why I’ve never mentioned their deals here – no deal is worth the headache of trying to clear up fraudulent charges. On the other hand, bloggers I respect have apparently had a great experience with Vista Print, so all I can say is proceed with caution when ordering from Vista Print and be sure to read all of the fine print.

    Comments

    1. I have gotten behind on reading your posts and just noticed that you linked to my giveaway! Thanks a bunch for helping me get the most entries yet on giveaway on my blog!

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