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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Final Day!

Tonight (July 31) at midnight, Mountain Daylight Time, is the deadline to order retiring Close To My Heart products before the new Idea Book goes live tomorrow (so excited!). Click this link for more details on how, where and what to order.

Saturday, July 30, 2011


Be sure to check out yesterday's post for the list of items from the current Idea Book (Spring/Summer) that will not be available in the new one (Autumn/Winter) that debuts August 1. You can only get the items listed in yesterday's post until midnight on July 31. You can order them on my website. Oh, and hey...I almost forgot. If you order $50 or more you will qualify for the "Bang For Your Buck" special as well. Cool beans! Oh, and if that weren't enough...the July Stamp of the Month (American Celebration) is also GREAT! It's only available until midnight on July 31 as well. Here's a little card I made with the set.

Okay, now that we have that little bit of business out of the way, I have a little bit more artwork to share. This is a book I made for my journaling class at Convention. It was to illustrate how using song lyrics as your journaling can sometimes make a statement. This little book (top and below) is celebrating my son, Tannon's accomplishments in high school football. The inside front cover has a CD holder to hold his highlights. The rest of the pages are photos of Tannon at QB over the years. You can click on any photo in this post to see it larger and in more detail. I love these little 6" x 6" Board Books that CTMH sells, don't you?! For only $6.95 you get a 10 page, white chipboard, heavy-duty book to alter and decorate to your heart's content!

Speaking of heart's content...I'm off to play with some of the new products you will be able to order as of August 1 from the new Idea Book. I will have the book posted right here on my blog that day and you'll be able to view it page by delicious page, then hop on over to my website and start shoppin'!

Friday, July 29, 2011

Going, Going, almost GONE!

Hello! I've been out of town this week doing some FUN things. I took my daughter, Kori and granddaughter, Daci down to Cedar City to visit Easton and Daysha for a few days and we went to see Daysha perform at Tuachan on Tuesday night (Cha Cha in Grease) and Wednesay night (Arista in Little Mermaid). It was so much fun! I'll be sharing some photos from our trip in the next couple of days. I have some serious downloading of photos to do!

In the meantime, I really wanted to be sure that you knew there are many items that are being retired by Close To My Heart at midnight on July 31. Below you'll see a list and a few links to help you quickly make your purchases for anything that is going, going, almost gone that you just MUST have before it's gone. You can click on the links below to see the actual products, and you can order them 24/7, until midnight on July 31, on my website.

Scrapbooking Paper Packs and Kits Retiring:
Bliss Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Bliss Level 2 Paper Pack
Bliss MyStickease
Miracle Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Miracle Level 2 Paper Pack
Miracle MyStickease
Sweetheart Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Sweetheart Level 2 Paper Pack
Sweetheart MyStickease
Wings Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Wings Level 2 Paper Pack
Wings MyStickease
Magnifique Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Magnifique Level 2 Paper Pack
Magnifique MyStickease
Olivia Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Olivia Level 2 Paper Pack
Olivia MyStickease
Hooligans Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Hooligans Level 2 Paper Pack
Hooligans MyStickease
Mistletoe Level 1 Scrapbook Kit
Mistletoe Level 2 Paper Pack
Mistletoe MyStickease

Cardstock: Close To My Heart will not be discontinuing any colors of cardstock, but they will be selling only select colors in individual color packs. All colors will still be available in combo packs.

The colors that will continue to be sold in 24 sheet packs of one individual color are:
Black, White Daisy, Colonial White, Vanilla Cream, Chocolate, Cocoa, Desert Sand, Bamboo, Sweet Leaf, Pacifica, Smoothie, Creme Brulee, Olive, Cranberry, and Outdoor Denim. All other colors will now only be sold in combo packs. Cardstock prices are also going up.

MyAcrylix Blocks:
1" x 1 1/2"
1" x 6 1/2"
2" x 11"
2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
4 1/2" x 6 1/2"
MyAcrylix Block Starter Kit

Envelope Flats:
2 1/2" x 3 1/2"
3" x 3"
3" x 4 3/4"
4" x 4"
4 1/2" x 4 1/2"
5" x 5"
5" x 7"
5 1/2" x 4 3/4"
6" x 6"
8" x 3 1/2"

Designer Ribbon:
Sweet Leaf

Mini-Medley Accents:
Outdoor Denim

Sophia Level 2 Journaling Spots
Top Coats Framed In
Rubons - Across The Board
Rubons - Primavera
Kraft Color-Ready Borders
Red Eye Pen
Embossing Powders: Clear, Heavenly Blue, Pansy Purple, Silver Pearl
Block Buddy Set
Pivot Point Stapler
Fun Flock
My Creations 3-Ring Binder

Dimensional Elements (chipboard):
Framed Fun
Stars (will be in new Idea Book, but slightly different)

Monday, July 25, 2011

Baseball Layout (Fanfare)

When Kori, Rick and Daci moved to Chicago, they were excited to one day go to a White Sox game. Rick is a big fan. They finally did it a few months ago and I made a layout about it to share in my journaling class ("The Wonderful World of Words") at the Close To My Heart National Convention a couple of weeks ago.

The creative parts about the journaling were:

1. I journaled like it was actually Daci talking and telling the story of that day, and

2. I also added several photo tags in the pocket. I numbered each tag and in the journaling I stamped the little numbers next to the parts that went with the coordinating photos.

The photo flap that goes down over the journaling also opens. Here is a photo that shows it open, and also shows some of the tags pulled further out.

Here is what the journaling said: "May 21, 2011. I had so much fun today! My daddy's co-workers and their families went to the White Sox game together. My mommy and daddy decided to take me too. First we went downtown to one of my daddy's co-worker's homes for a tailgate. Right before we walked in her door, she asked my mommy, "Does Daci like dogs?" Mommy said, "Yes. She loves them!" Then she opened the door and a huge HORSE came running at us, at least I thought it was a horse. I have never seen a dog that big! My mom said it really was a dog though, a Great Dane. Horse or dog, it didn't matter. He was very cool and I LOVED him! He kept following me around everywhere and sniffing me with his big nose. He was taller than me and I think his head was bigger than my whole body. He was a nice dog and he made me laugh. We had our tailgate party up on the rooftop of my dad's friend's building. it was really high! That was weird. My mommy and daddy usually get mad when I climb up on high things and make me get down so I don't get hurt. But today, we all went all the way on top of a huge building in downtown Chicago to eat lunch and no one worried about getting hurt. After lunch we took the L-train to the White Sox stadium. I loved the train! I even got to miss my nap for the game. My mommy was worried that I would be naughty but I was an angel. She should let me miss my nap every day. The game was fun. We sat up really high and the field and the players looked really small. As usual, Mommy was taking pictures the whole day. Sometimes I really get sick of pictures! I did like the one I got to take where I looked like a real baseball player though. Daddy even let me ride on his shoulders after the game when we went back to get on the train. Even though I'm becoming a really big girl I was really tired. I tried not to but I fell asleep on the way home. Thanks, Mommy and Daddy for taking me to my very first Chicago White Sox game. I had so much fun. I like being a big girl!"

The papers I used are from the Fanfare Level 2 Paper Pack. You can order it and other wonderful products on my website 24/7. Many of the other wonderful products you see on this layout (like the Decor Journaling Spots, the Pin Clips, and a few of the images that were cut with our brand new Cricut Art Philosphy cartridge) are available on August 1. Be sure to check back on my blog that day for a link to view the brand new Idea Book page by delicious page.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Halloween Layout (Mischief)

More new artwork...YIPEEE!

This one is using the brand new "Mischief" kit that debuts Aug. 1. This was also an example from my journaling class ("The Wonderful World of Words") at the Close To My Heart National Convention last week.

There are 2 journaling pockets on this layout. The focal photo is a pocket (you can see the journaling pulled out in the 2nd photo), and the little accent to the right of the photo is also a little pocket (in photo #2 you can see it pulled out). I love those little buggers! They are called Decor Journaling Spots and will be available on Aug. 1 as well.

Here is the journaling from this layout (which is documented in the slide out journaling card pocket behind the main photo): "I'll never forget the Halloween of 2003. Dawson's 4th grade teacher asked if I would come into the classroom during their Halloween party and read them a Halloween story. I told him I was happy to do it! I decided not to tell Dawson and surprise him. The closer it got to Halloween, the more excited I got about the fact, I decided to make it an even BIGGER surprise than I had originally planned. I dressed up like a witch, complete with wig, face paint, a broom and costume. I hardly recognized myself, so I was pretty sure Dawson and his friends wouldn't know who I was. I went over to the school and quietly motioned Dawson's teacher out in the hall and asked him to introduce me as "Minerva the Witch," and not to tell the kids who I really was. I spoke in a Scottish accent (don't ask me how I pulled it off. All I know is I just tried to talk like Mel Gibson in Braveheart and it worked pretty well.) and told my story. It wasn't until after the party that I went up to Dawson and told him who I was. He was shocked! He really had no idea it was me. We both had a good laugh. After school, as we walked out to the car we passed several other mothers who are good friends of mine. Not a single one recognized me. I haven't dressed up like Minerva since then, but it sure was a fun Halloween!"

CTMH products used on this layout: Mischief Level 2 Paper Pack (avail. Aug 1), Trinity Alphabet Stamp Set (avail. Aug 1), Milepost Shapes (avail. Aug 1), Decor Journaling Spots (avail. Aug 1), Black Ribbon Collection, Spray Pen, Sunset Reinker (mixed with water in Spray Pen), Black Stamp Pad, Neutral Embroidery Thread Assortment, 3D Foam Tape.

Non-CTMH products used: Off-White Deco Art Acrylic Paint (mixed with water in Spray Pen to spray Milepost Shapes Stars)

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Christmas Scrapbook Layout Border

Here we go: MORE artwork from my Convention class ("The Wonderful World of Words"). This one is a 5" x 6" Christmas border for a scrapbook page. I made it with my daughter, Kori and her little family (hubby, Rick and daughter, Daci) in mind. Since then she has gotten pregnant with TWINS! They are not due until the beginning of February but there is a good chance they will make their appearance right around Christmas time. I may have to add a few more pockets! I think that's a GOOD problem to have, don't you? :)

You can click on the photo to see it larger and in more detail.

Kori, Rick and Daci are currently in Utah visiting for the next few weeks. We are so happy to have them here! Here are a couple of photos of Daci and Dawson I took the other night. I love watching him with her. He is going to be such a great daddy one day.

As you know, my class was about journaling and these little pockets (called Holiday Pockets, debuting in the Autumn/Winter Idea Book on Aug. 1) are a perfect way to add some creative journaling to your pages. They coordinate beautifully with our new "Believe" holiday paper pack (also debuting Aug. 1). Those stinkin' cute cork letters, pin clips, red gingham ribbon and corrugated stars also become available that day. I can't wait for you to see all of these new things.

This border uses the following Close To My Heart products: Kraft Cardstock, White Daisy Cardstock, Cranberry Cardstock, Color Ready Alphabets Cork (avail. Aug 1), Milepost Shapes (avail. Aug 1), Dimensional Elements Flurry, Red, Pink & Purple Sparkle Assortment, Red Ribbon Assortment (avail. Aug 1), Holiday Pockets (avail. Aug 1), Pin Clips (avail. Aug 1), Spray Pen, Crystal Blue Stamp Pad, Round Sponge, Clear Sparkles, Corner Rounder (remove the guard to punch scallop borders).

Non-CTMH products used: DecoArt White Acrylic Paint (mixed with water in the Spray Pen).

While you're waiting for August 1 to arrive, there are still LOTS of great things to order from my website, including some killer deals in the While Supplies Last section (some as low as $1.50!). Go check it out and grab some bargains!

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

"10 Things I Miss About You" Layout (Using "Typeset" Kit)

As promised, I am now beginning to share some artwork that I made for my class at the Close To My Heart National Convention last week in Anaheim (Mickey and I had a great time!).

My class was all about journaling (how to make your journaling more meaningful, more creative, etc.). I love this topic and was so excited to be able to share my passion for journaling with thousands of CTMH Consultants. CTMH sent me a box of brand new goodies that will debut in the Autumn/Winter Idea Book on August 1 to play with and use for examples in my class. Lucky me! I had so much fun playing and it almost killed me not to share my excitement ahead of time. The only thing that kept me from it was that CTMH said they would take my firstborn if I did {just kidding!}. I kind of like her, so I kept my big mouth shut. :)

This layout (click on the photo to see it larger and in more detail) of my missionary son, Tannon features a brand new kit (Typeset...isn't it grand?!!!), a new stamp set (10 Things {I love it!}), and several new accessories (including those darling corrugated kraft stars {from the new Milepost Shapes Collection} and the dimensional elements numbers....YUMMY!). I just love it all!

You'll be able to see and shop for all of these fun new items here on my blog on August 1 when I post the brand new Idea Book along with a link to shop on my website. Hang on, Lucy! August 1 is only 13 days away. In the meantime, don't forget the awesome July "Bang For Your Buck" special and festive July Stamp of the Month (American Celebration). They are both wonderful and available on my website RIGHT NOW!

Have a fun day. More artwork to come over the next few weeks!

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Close To My Heart and Cricut

Are you ready for this? Of course you are! I can't think of two things that are more meant for each other than Close To My Heart and Cricut. Beginning August 1, you can order the brand new "Art Philosophy" Cricut cartridge which is exclusive to Close To My Heart. Many of the images coordinate perfectly with dozens of our terrific stamp sets. There are over 700 images on this cartridge and it comes with 3 stamp sets and three 9" x 12" chipboard sheets with shapes that also coordinate. WOWZA! Check out this 5 minute video all about it.

This product is available August 1 when the brand new Idea Book debuts (you'll be able to click on an image right here on my blog that day {you'll find it along the left had side of my blog} to view it page-by-delicious-page), and that's just right around the corner! This is a great item to headline your wish list.

I'm still at Disneyland at the last day of CTMH's national convention, but I had to take a moment to share this exciting news!

Have a great day!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Disneyland, Here I Come!

I'm headed out today to the annual Close To My Heart National Convention. This year we are in Disneyland at the Disneyland Hotel! WOO HOO!

I'm so excited about all that I will learn, to see the wonderful ladies on my team who are also attending, to see so many of my CTMH friends that I only see once a year at Convention, and for the classes I am teaching (LOTS of artwork to share when I get home).

I will be missing in action here on my blog until after I return. The earliest you'll probably see a post from me again is Tuesday, July 19.

Have a wonderful week! Mickey and I sure will!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

July Stamp of the Month 5 1/2" x 4 1/2" Card

I hope you haven't had enough of the July Stamp of the Month yet, because I definitely have not. If I didn't need to work on creating more projects for my class at the Close To My Heart National Convention (at Disneyland) next week, I would be playing with this set again today. I just LOVE it!

This card uses some great CTMH products: July Stamp of the Month (American Celebration), White Daisy Cardstock, Cranberry Cardstock, Outdoor Denim Cardstock, Desert Sand Stamp Pad, Versamark Pad, White Daisy Embossing Powder, Kraft Color-Ready Borders, Stars Dimensional Elements, Booksmart Dimensional Elements, Basic Brad Assortment, Sparkles: Red, Pink and Purple Assortment, Striped Ribbon (retired).

You can find out more about the Stamp of the Month, and this month's wonderful "Bang For Your Buck" special by clicking here. To order these, or any other WONDERFUL CTMH products, you can shop on my website 24/7.

Friday, July 8, 2011

July Stamp of the Month Happy Mail Card

As you can tell, I am LOVIN' the July Stamp of the Month. My friend and downline, Brenda Rose sent me this 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" card last week. THANK YOU, Brenda. I love it! You are so thoughtful and there are so many fun details on this card; like the clear button tied with waxy flax, and the fussy cut stars topped with sparkles in their centers, and the double layered star focal point, the items you popped with 3D foam tape, and how you cleverly used both sides of the same patterned paper duo! You have such an attention to detail.

Click here for more information on how to get this month's Stamp of the Month. While you're there, you can also read about Close To My Heart's awesome "Bang For Your Buck" July special. Then head to my website 24/7 to shop your heart out!

Thursday, July 7, 2011

July Stamp of the Month and Fanfare Layout

I made this layout of Dawson a couple of weeks ago. I used the July Stamp of the Month and the Fanfare paper pack. Feel free to click on the photo to see it larger and in more detail.

For more information on how to get this stamp set (available during July only), click here.

CTMH products used: July Stamp of the Month (American Celebration), Fanfare Level 2 Paper Pack, Game On Paper Pack (retired), Black Stamp Pad, Black Waxy Flax, Dimensional Elements Numbers (retired), Dimensional Elements Monograms - "O" Collection, Dimensional Elements Monograms - "N" Collection, Liquid Glass, Blue Buttons Collection, Round Sponge, 1 1/4" Circle Punch.

Non-CTMH products used: Striped Ribbon (bought at Hobby Lobby)

Click here to enter my website and shop for these or other great products 24/7...even while watching your boy play some football. Have a wonderful Summer day! I'm off to teach 2 scrapbook Play Group classes today. I love my job!

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

August Play Group Layouts and Class Information (Miracle)

Layout #1 - "Pure Joy":-----------------

Layout #2 - "Park It":------------------

Layout #3 - "You Are My Miracle":
Hello, everyone! August's Play Group classes are right around the corner and I wanted to be sure to post and let you know everything you need to know in order to participate. If you are not familiar with my monthly Play Group Scrapbooking Classes, you can read all about them on the left side of my blog. Just scroll down until you see "Play Group Information." You can also click on any layout above to see it larger and in more detail.

In August we will be using the soft and sweet kit called "Miracle" for our three 2-page 12" x 12" layouts. As you can see in the photos above, outdoor photos look great on these pages, whether subtle and subdued or bright. Both look great!

If you want to participate, I need to hear from you no later than Saturday, July 30. You can call or email me at 801.360.9896,

Class Dates and Times to choose from in American Fork, UT:
Tuesday, August 9, 10 am - 1 pm
Tuesday, August 9, 7-10 pm
Thursday, August 11, 10 am - 1 pm
Thursday, August 11, 7 -10 pm
You can also host this workshop in your home (in Utah) with your friends during the month of August as well. If you are interested in doing that, please contact me (801.360,9896,

Remember, in order to attend, you only need to purchase the Basic Kit. Anything above and beyond that is totally up to you. This month, I suggest you consider the Better Kit. The few items I've added there make a huge difference to your pages. If you already have any of the items in the Better or Best kits, just bring them with you to class.

Basic Kit*
  • Miracle Workshop on the Go Packet (includes stamp set, Miracle Level 2 Paper Pack, Kraft Color Ready Borders, Workshop Guide, Cutting Guide)
  • 1 extra sheet of Bamboo Cardstock
Total with shipping and tax: $34.93 (or round up to $35.00 and I'll donate the difference to Operation Smile)

Better Kit** = Basic Kit + the following products:
Total with shipping and tax: $61.09 (or round up to $62.00 and I'll donate the difference to Operation Smile)

Best Kit*** = Basic + Better Kits + the following products (all of the products below will be at the workshop for you to use. If you want your own to keep, you may want to consider the BEST KIT):

Total with shipping and tax: $124.33 (or round up to $125.00 and I'll donate the difference to Operation Smile)

*at this level you qualify for the Stamp of the Month at 25% off (regularly $22.95, only $17.21 with the discount)
**at this level you qualify for the Stamp of the Month at 50% off (regularly $22.95, only $11.48 with the discount)

***at this level you qualify for the Stamp of the Month FREE

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Aunt Sheila's Famous Potato Salad

My Aunt Sheila makes the world's best potato salad. I'm telling you, there is nothing like it. We all beg her to make it for EVERY family event. She gave me the recipe a long time ago, and since we weren't celebrating with her family this 4th, I made it myself. I'm not sure it's quite as good as Sheila's but it's still pretty yummy.

Aunt Sheila's Famous Potato Salad (serves 6)
  • 6 medium-large potatoes (best if you have a couple of different kinds, like red, yukon gold, bakers, etc)
  • 6 large eggs
  • 2 large dill pickles
  • 2 large celery stalks
  • 3 green onions (unless you are cooking for Dan Pedersen. In that case leave these out.)
  • 1 C. mayo
  • 1 C. miracle whip
  • 1 Tbs. prepared mustard
  • 1/8 - 1/4 C. dill pickle juice
  • salt and pepper
  • paprika
1. Wash potatoes and boil in their jackets (skins) until tender but not too soft.
2. Hard boil eggs.
3. Peel eggs and then put both potatoes (still in their jackets) and eggs in the fridge for 30 minutes.
4. After they have spent their 30 minutes in the fridge, peel potatoes and cut into bite size pieces and slice eggs.
5. Chop pickles and celery and onions.
6. Carefully fold all of these together in a large bowl.
7. To make sauce, in another container mix miracle whip, mustard, pickle juice, salt and pepper. Carefully fold into potato mixture.
8. Sprinkle top with paprika and pepper. Refrigerate for at least an hour before eating. YUM!

We sure enjoyed our 4th of July BBQ. I hope you had fun eating and celebrating at your house as well!

Monday, July 4, 2011

4th of July Card and Happy 4th!

Happy Independence Day!
I am so grateful to live in this great land of the United States of America, so grateful for the men and women who had the courage and fortitude to fight for and begin this great nation, so grateful for those that continue to serve so that it can remain a land of freedoms, and so grateful that I can raise my children in a place where they are free to choose what they want to do with their lives, how they want to worship, and to become whoever they want to be.

I thought I'd celebrate with you today by sharing another card I made with Close To My Heart's July Stamp of the Month (American Celebration). Not only are the images in the stamp set awesome, but so are the textures within the images. I used the large 'star-full-of-stars' to stamp on top of one of my chipboard stars and the flag stripes on the other. Cool beans! Friday's post gives you all the details on how to get this set.

Here is the image of the stamp set. I just love it!

Other CTMH products used on this card: White Daisy Cardstock, Cranberry Cardstock, Outdoor Denim Cardstock, Heavenly Blue Cardstock, Outdoor Denim Stamp Pad, Stars Dimensional Elements, Booksmart Dimensional Elements, Spray Pen, Kraft Color Ready Borders, Chocolate Waxy Flax, Blue Brad Assortment, Blue Buttons Assortment, Corner Rounder.

Non-CTMH products used: Deco-Art White All-Purpose Acrylic Paint (mixed with water in the spray pen).

Here is a quick, 3-minute tutorial on the Spray Pen. I love this little tool!

You can order any of these wonderful CTMH products on my website, 24/7...even on Independence Day! I hope yours if full of freedom and festive fun!

Friday, July 1, 2011

July Close To My Heart Special and Stamp of the Month

Happy July! I love July...full of celebrations, fireworks, food and fun! I'm excited to tell you how Close To My Heart has decided to celebrate.

1. With a great "Bang For Your Buck" special: "Bang For Your Buck" is sure to send your heart soaring! Simply put, when you make a minimum purchase of $50 (before shipping and tax) from the Spring/Summer 2011 Idea Book, you can add a bonus item for $1. You can choose from 5 items, each valued at $8.95. Those items are:
  • Creative Basics Mistletoe Collection
  • Creative Basics Animal Cookies Collection
  • My Originals Bits and Pieces Card Kit
  • My Originals It's Your Day Card Kit
  • My Originals Around the Holidays Card Kit

2. With a GORGEOUS Stamp of the Month (D1458 - American Celebration): I have been having soooooo much fun with this stamp set! Today you see a card I made with it and incorporated a fun technique (feel free to click on the photo to see it larger and in more detail).

How To: First I embossed the stars from the Stamp of the Month Set on White Daisy Cardstock (and on the Dimensional Element Star) with a Versamark Pad and Heavenly Blue Embossing Powder. Then I used a Round Sponge and first dabbed Cranberry Ink in random places and then filled in the rest by dabbing Outdoor Denim Ink. Pretty cool, right? The image of the carrier sheet the stamps come on that you see here is 6" x 6" in actual size.

Other CTMH products used: Outdoor Denim Cardstock, Sparkles-Red, Pink & Purple Assortment, Corner Rounder

Non-CTMH products used: Striped Ribbon (found it at Hobby Lobby, can't remember the brand)

I'll be sharing more artwork I've created with this set throughout the month. Stay tuned!

You can get this set, during July only, in one of the following ways:
  • earn it FREE when you spend $100 or more (before shipping and tax)
  • earn it for 75% off ($5.74) when you spend $75 or more (before shipping and tax)
  • earn it for 50% off ($11.74) when you spend $50 or more (before shipping and tax)
  • earn it for 25% off ($17.21) when you spend $25 or more (before shipping and tax)
  • purchase it for full retail price ($22.95)
You can take advantage of both of these wonderful deals on my website (24/7...even during holidays) during the month of July, or by contacting me directly (801.360.9896,


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