CountingToTen

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Three boys, one dog, one chinchilla…Sometimes, you just have to STOP…and Count To Ten.

 

Tis the season!!!  I’m here to help you get through the holidays with as MANY ideas as I can find.  That’s where this Holiday Celebrations 2013 E-Guide comes in…its’ SO AWESOME!  This guide is full of ideas for gifts, decorating, and hosting the most wonderful holiday get together.

There are 5 tips for happy holiday entertaining from Party Bluprints:

 

Gift ideas for the 1D fans out there!  (all 500 BAZILLION of them!).  I bet you didn’t know about this one!  The most perfect stocking stuffer!

 

SO many ideas!  And then…I got to page 17 and my jaw dropped.  I found MY GIFT!  OK, you know…the gift that I will order for myself, but let my hubby give to me (to ensure a most delightful holiday morning)!

Otter box!  I need the pink one!  Not only are these cute (the pink one), but they can take a licking and keep your phone ticking (did you like that one??)

We’ve used these for years.  They make them for the older iPhones and even the newest iPhone 5.  The perfect gift idea for your tech!

Along with wonderful gift ideas, you’re going to get the recipe for these candied snickerdoodles!

and fool them all with this Merry Mocktail!

 

It’s just slammed packed with so much information.  There are even the top 5 holiday fashion trends, beauty tips, and tips for smart ways to shop and save (you know I love that one!)

Are you ready to view this gift guide yourself.  It’s FREE and it’s right here!  Be sure to take notes and share it with your friends and family.  I hope your holidays will get off to the right start with the help of the Celebrations Holiday 2012 e-guide! #HolidayGuide

I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias®  and Otterbox  #CBias #SocialFabric  All opinons are my own.  The pictures are courtesy of the  Celebrations 2012
e-guide.