Thursday, March 6, 2014
I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kohl’s. I received a Kohl’s gift card to facilitate my post and as a thank you for participating.
We all know that I am not the most fashionable person in the world. The bottom line is that it just doesn't come easily to me. That's why I love places like Kohl's, they make it so simple for someone like me. Not only do they have a wide range of great name brands to choose from at low prices, but they have all types of different styles available, so no matter what look you are going for, you are sure to find it at Kohl's. They sent me a $75 gift card to go pick up some pieces from their new Spring fashion trends, and I wanted to share with you what I picked up!
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
This post brought to you by PERK. All opinions are 100% mine.
I don't know about you, but I can never quite manage to make my van smell clean. With four boys stinking up such a small space it's no wonder, and you better watch out if one of them decides to take their shoes off. I have tried a variety of fresheners trying to leave a clean fresh scent behind, but they either don't work at all, or work for a few days before fizzling out. I was sent new PERK Vent Wrap to try in me van though, and I have to say that I think we have found a smell solution for our van.
Spring is coming, and I am perpetually doing things on a budget, so I have been looking for ways to add Spring touches to my home without spending a fortune. Tealight candles can be purchased for about 20 for a dollar at the Dollar Tree, but they aren't very pretty or impressive. I scored some Washi tape on Christmas clearance at Target, even though very few of the patterns were actually Christmas related. I decided to take some of the more Spring looking Washi tape patterns and give my tealights a makeover. These Washi tape tealights are perfect for Spring and cost pennies to make!