Here’s an idea for an awesome Christmas gift for someone else or even yourself:
A customized phone case like this one:
Or the literally hundreds of designs you can choose from for your iPhone or Samsung phone at Tiny Prints. You can also design one from scratch.
And today only, Tiny Prints is offering these cases for 50% off! Here’s how to get this offer:
1. Check out Tiny Prints phone cases and choose from iPhone or Samsung and if you want photos or not.
2. Add photos if you want, select your fonts, type in your message, choose your colors. Make it personal. Make it uniquely you (or whoever you are getting it for).
3. When you checkout, use the code EARLYBIRD1210 to save 50%.
It’s that simple.
Also, check out all their other gifts and cards and use the code SWDEAL30 to save up to 30% on your order. And code FREESHIP49 will get you free shipping if your order is more than $49.
Pretty awesome…so check it out today.
I recently discovered a great way to recycle your holiday greeting cards and all occasion greeting cards from family and friends. It’s sad to think of the majority of them ending up in the trash.
If the cards are designed with a gorgeous photograph or piece of art on the cover with no text on the back of that design, the cards can be given new life as all-occasion greeting cards by the children at St. Jude’s Ranch. Only the card front can be used (please check to be sure the backside of the front of the card is clear of any writing, etc.)
The children at St. Jude’s Ranch raise money by recycling your used greeting cards and create new holiday and all-occasion greeting cards. Recycled greeting cards are sold to support their programs and services for abused, neglected and homeless children, young adults and families.
The address to which the cards should be sent is
St. Jude’s Ranch for Children
100 St. Jude’s Street
Boulder City, NV 89005
To learn how to recycle your holiday cards or to purchase cards, please visit their website.
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