Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Little Peanut's First Green Christmas

This year, we tried to make our Christmas more green by becoming more Earth conscious in our way of celebrating and gift-giving.  We reused gift bags from previous years, stayed home instead of traveling, composted any left over food which wasn't much, recycled all gift boxes, bags, and wrapping paper that we could, and tried as much as possible to give only green gifts to our kids, including toys from Green Toys and this cute rattle for our Little Peanut from Sprig Toys, made from recycled plastic and reclaimed wood.




Happy Holidays!  See you in 2012!



Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Takin' It Back To The Old School

On Sunday, my daughter went roller skating for the first time with her Girl Scout Daisies troop.
I think she had as much fun falling and getting back up to try again as much as my son did watching.






Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: "Buddy" - Our Elf On The Shelf

This week's chosen spots:




Do you have an Elf on the Shelf in your home?  Where is he or she hanging out today?


The final days to enter the "Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event are here,
so enter to win great upcycled and reusable bags to help you be green and stay green in 2012!



Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Fluff

Wordless Wednesday is always so fun,
super cute cloth diapers for my little one,
brown paper package tied up with string...
these are a few of my favorite things.


Don't forget to enter the TruKid and It's Our Earth giveaways to win some awesome prizes for yourself or for someone special in your life!

Also, the "Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event has officially begun, 
so enter to win great upcycled and reusable bags to help you be green and stay green in 2012!






Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Bloggers Needed to Review Cloth Diaper Products

If you are a cloth diapering blogger and would like an amazing opportunity to review cloth diaper products, Midnight Mommy needs you!  For more information, go here!  Have a green day!

 



"Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012!" Giveaway Event is OPEN!

The "Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012!" Giveaway Event is officially OPEN!  If you don't already bring reusable bags to the grocery stores, toy shop, or your favorite children's clothing boutique, 2012 is your year to start!  One (1) lucky The Green House follower will win all of these awesome prizes:
  • one (1) recycled coffee bag burlap market tote from It's Our Earth
  • one (1) large reusable grocery bag from Clee's Handmade Quilting Essentials
  • one (1) recycled feed bag reusable tote from Farmtown Totes 
  • three (3) large Whole Foods A Better Bag™ reusable bags sponsored by The Green House
  • two (2) small Whole Foods A Better Bag™ reusable bags sponsored by The Green House

The Whole Foods bags are made from 80% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles and can be used for all of your shopping needs.  Use the small bags as lunch or snack totes for your kids. 

This giveaway is open to residents of the US only.  Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below for your chance to win!  You must complete the mandatory task first, then complete the other tasks to get as many entries as you'd like.  Good luck!  **If the Rafflecopter form does not show up, please refresh your screen, or click on the post title!

The Green House Disclosure:  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  The products(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

Monday, December 05, 2011

"Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event Sponsor: It's Our Earth

If you entered (or plan to enter) the Recycled Record Bowl & Journal Set from It's Our Earth that is still OPEN right now, then you already know a little bit about the the Rahn family - Richard, Xristina, and their two daughters who were their source of inspiration to recycle what were once useful and/or enjoyable things into what are now repurposed, fun, and interesting gift items.  I am quickly becoming a huge admirer of their work!

While being in contact with Rich regarding the recycled records, I mentioned to him about the "Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event.  I honestly wasn't expecting him to participate in it, considering we were already working on another item in his shop.  So when he said that he wanted to sponsor this event, I was absolutely humbled by his generosity.

I received an upcycled market tote bag made from discarded Colombia Supremo coffee burlap sack.  The interior is lined with reclaimed durable cotton fabric, making the bag reversible and versatile.  Each of these bags are made strong with 26" Camo Green Army Surplus cotton webbing handles.  Whether you are headed to the farmers market or to the beach, these bags are definitely Earth-friendly and eco-fashionable.


Measuring at 15" wide x 14" tall, you can double this tote as a purse and diaper bag or as a wine and picnic basket.  I love the raw organic look and feel of this bag.  I definitely get looks when I use it, and every so often I get the occasional nod or grin of approval from a kind stranger.  The colors and designs on all the burlap bags are definitely eye-catching to say the least.  They're perfect for summer getaways.  The contrasting interior fabric colors are also pleasing and are a great match for the cooler months.



While this bag is one of my favorite items in the It's Our Earth Etsy shop, there are so many other ingenious products that are worth giving a look over, like their recycled record wall clocks, which includes items like "Twilight Saga," "Grease," and "Smurfs."  They make the perfect gifts for any occasion!

Come back here on Tuesday, December 6, because It's Our Earth is giving away one of their burlap market totes during the "Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event!

The Green House Disclosure:  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  The products(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.


Sunday, December 04, 2011

"Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event Sponsor: Clee's Handmade Quilting Essentials

If there is one thing that I am definitely not good at, but would one day like to learn and possibly master, it's making anything out of thread or yarn.  In other words, I am not a sewer or quilter.  I am all right with basic hand sewing, but I can't, by any means, crochet or knit.  Now that's a different story for Christine Lee.  

Having been exposed to sewing since she was 9-years-old, it was only natural to take up quilting, which she did in 1999.  Since then, she has been teaching the art of quilting to others and donating the samples created in class to the nurses' offices of local schools in Fredericksburg, VA. Christine is proud to know that these blankets are used to comfort the sick kids in those schools.


For the "Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event, Christine sent to me a messenger bag, listed as a "metro bag" on her Etsy shop, Clee's Handmade Quilted Essentials.  I was super excited to receive this bag, because she had told me in advance that she had made the bag from a pair of men's pants.  I absolutely love that Christine upcycled this versatile, neutral-colored piece of clothing into a stylish bag that can easily be paired with jeans or a dress.  I have used it as an eco-chic purse, small diaper bag, and as a tote to hold my kids' snacks and drink cups. It's a great multi-purpose bag that I can wash clean with the rest of my laundry.


Christine also surprised me by including a handmade plastic bag holder.  Although we don't have any more plastic bags in our home, we do know other people who still do, namely my in-laws.  So, I believe this bag holder will wind up being their stocking stuffer for Christmas.


When you purchase any item from Christine's Etsy shop, you can be assured knowing that the proceeds go directly into the purchase of the fabrics used in her quilting classes that eventually get donated to the schools.  You can find some great gift ideas for the holidays - from beautifully sewn fabric coasters to one-of-a-kind table placemats.  


You can connect with Christine and get news on her shop by following her on Twitter and adding her as a friend on Facebook.  And if you'd like to win a large reusable grocery bag from Clee's Handmade Quilted Essentials, don't forget to come back here on Tuesday, December 6 to enter the "Bag It!  Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012!" Giveaway Event!

The Green House Disclosure:  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  The products(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

 

"Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event Sponsor: Farmtown Totes

One of the major changes my family has made this past year was bringing reusable bags when shopping for groceries, clothes, toys, etc. - name it, we've brought it!  I love knowing that I did my part in not bringing home plastic or paper bags.

"We recycle what we can and try to leave the environment cleaner than when we found it."  That is the thinking behind Julie Spon and her family.  Living in a small farm town in Oregon, Julie takes used materials such as feed bags and sacks and upcycle them into remarkable reusable totes.  These large, sturdy, and durable bags can be found at Farmtown Totes on Etsy.  I'm a huge fan of handmade upcycled products, so when I came across this shop during my Etsy browsing, I contacted Julie right away.

The first bag I received was a colorful and light-weight messenger bag.  The bag itself is not as wide in depth as the market totes, but since the walls are conformable to whatever you decide to carry, you can seriously put about as much in there as you could in a tote.  I had been using this bag, believe it or not, as a diaper bag.  I've been able to carry my tri-fold wallet, cell phone, small make-up (aka medicine cabinet) bag, wipes pouch, 3-4 cloth pocket diapers, wet (diaper) bag, nursing cover, burp cloth and light blanket, my two older kids' sunglasses, a couple of Hot Wheels cars, coloring book and crayon box, and small teether toys.  Not once did the bag feel heavy or bulky.  It feels natural around my body and hangs comfortably by my side.  Definitely a great new eco-friendly accessory to my closet!


The next item I was sent to review for the event is a large reusable market tote made from a used dog food bag.  Now this one has definitely started up random conversations at the store.  "What kind of a dog do you have?"  "Does this really hold groceries?"  "Is the inside clean?"  My answers? Corgi/Shar-Pei mix.  Yes.  And yes.  Both bags were entirely clean and had no lingering smells. Also durable and sturdy, this bag has been my go-to grocery bag for meats and heavier items. You can easily use these totes to hold books or laundry, pack a picnic lunch, or double as gift bags.

I just love how these bags are repurposed and have bright colorful designs.  Both bags have strong nylon straps and have been previously flattened and ironed, assisting with keeping the stiff sides open during loading and unloading.  The bag person at my local store loves this bag!


Check the Etsy shop to see the different kinds of wine bags you can choose from to gift wrap your favorite bottles this holiday season.  Unique and green - the perfect combo!


Come back here on Tuesday, December 6, to enter to win a market tote to keep for yourself or to share with someone else.

The Green House Disclosure:  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  The products(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

 

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Review & Giveaway: It's Our Earth Recycled Record Chip Bowl and Journal Gift Set

They say that with age comes wisdom.  But in the case of the Rahn family, knowledge on reusing, reducing, and recycling started out with their young children.  Inspired by their live-green-eager daughters, Richard and Xristina Rahn looked for ways to recycle materials (that would otherwise be disposed or discarded) into new products that people would enjoy all over again.  In 2005, It's Our Earth was born, and the first retail shop opened in downtown Wheaton, IL.  

With their philosophy, "Recycling only works when you are making and selling products made from recycled materials," It's Our Earth has more than 300 products on their etsy site, all made from recycled products.  One of their popular items for sale this holiday season is the record bowl and journal set.  Choosing from more than 100 great titles, I was ecstatic to receive the Beatles '65 set to review.


I'm a huge Beatles fan, and I couldn't be more impressed with how the bowl and journal looked upon arrival.  I love how the LP itself is still in great condition.  It's great for serving chips, popcorn, crackers, candy, or cookies for any party or occasion.  These bowls are perfect for a rock or disco party!  Don't want to use it for food?  It makes for a great display storage for hair accessories, jewelry, or keys.


The journal is spiral bound using the same titled LP jacket and is made from 100% recycled and acid-free paper.  The book can be used in the kitchen for recipes and grocery lists, at the mail area for quick notes and messages, for school, or the office.  I myself have been using it to jot down ideas and notes for this blog.  Repurposed and upcycled indeed!


The It's Our Earth shop offers other products that are fun, practical, and great conversation starters.  If you're looking for unique gifts for the those on your list this Christmas, you can find some awesome items that will surely surprise some people, including recycled floppy disk notebooks and candy wrapper purses.



It's Our Earth is one of our generous sponsors for the "Bag It! Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012" Giveaway Event next week.  I will be reviewing one of their lovely upcycled market tote bags made from coffee burlap sacks.

BUY:  You can purchase a recycled record bowl and journal set at the It's Our Earth etsy shop.  Prices start at $12.99.  Use the promo code "GHB2011" to get 10% off your entire purchase, good to use until the end of this giveaway.

WIN:  It's Our Earth is giving one (1) lucky The Green House fan a bowl and journal set of their choice.  This giveaway is open to residents of the US only.  Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below for your chance to win! You must complete the mandatory task first, then complete the other tasks to get as many entries as you'd like.  Good luck!  **If the Rafflecopter form does not show up, please refresh your screen, or click on the post title!

The Green House Disclosure:  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  The products(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: My New Favorite Afternoon Tea Mug

I received this from my 'ohana (family) in Hawai'i. 
It's definitely a great way to keep warm during these chilly months.
Don't forget to enter the "Bag It!  Don't Leave Home Without It in2012"
Giveaway Event starting next week!


Review & Giveaway: TruKid All Natural Sunscreen and Silly Shampoo

Since my first child was born 5 years ago, we have always been consistent at purchasing Johnson & Johnson products.  I remember using the same products growing up, and their "No More Tears" formula was always a plus.  But lately, we have been more skeptical about what we feed to, use on, and share with our kids.  So when I got the opportunity to review all-natural products from TruKid, I was over the moon with excitement!  This is my first time to try something new that I wasn't at all worried about using on my children.
TruKid products are BPA and Phthalate free! We make safe products that families can feel good about; our certified organic and natural ingredients are always SLS, paraben, petroleum and Gluten-free!

One of the products I received was the SPORT TruKid Sunny Days All Natural Lotion in a 3.5 oz. tube.  Water-resistant, non-toxic, and unscented, this lotion has an SPF of 30+ and is sensitive enough to use on all members of the family.  I was even able to use it on 3-month-old Little Peanut without any worry.  I'm usually hesitant about using any kind of sunscreen for fear that they might hurt my children's eyes, but considering the ingredients in TruKid products are all natural, I knew the kiddos were in good company.

We live in North Texas where the summer heat can be unbearable and can dwindle on until the autumn months. This year we had to endure more than 60 days of constant 100-or-more-degree temperatures.  The kids stayed indoors most of the summer, and let me tell you, they got cabin fever fairly quickly and rather often.  When it finally went below 100 degrees, we jumped at the chance of using the TruKid lotion and having a little bit of fun.

After a few hours in the blistering heat, the kids' skins barely showed any signs of tan lines or sun burns.  We were pretty amazed to say the least.  The next day, my husband and I ended up using it ourselves and got the same results.  The winter months may be here, but the sun has not gone away.  No matter if you're going skiing in Colorado, swimming along the Hawaiian shores, or just playing football outdoors in your hometown, sunscreen is a must-have to protect young skins.  And although the price of $18.99 is a bit steep for a frugal-living family like mine, TruKid, in my opinion, is well worth the price!

In the same package, we also received the TruKid All Natural Silly Shampoo with a pump for easy usage.  The shampoo is gluten, SLS, Paraben, Phathalate, and BPA Free and has a nice light citrus smell.  The kids love using it just because of the name.  Silly kids!  My husband, on the other hand, has repeatedly boasted about how he thinks that our daughter's hair gets dryer faster with the Silly Shampoo.  Coincidence, or could it be that this shampoo doesn't have all the ingredients that other hair products leave behind?  The biodegradable formula found in this 8 oz. bottle is deserving of the price of $8.99, considering similar all-natural products cost more.  We are just about out of the shampoo, so I think we'll be placing an order for the refill real soon.

We are also excited about trying out the Bubbly Body Wash and Happy Face & Body Lotion.  My two sons have super dry skin, so I'm hoping that the lotion will work well to moisturize and relieve the dryness.  Check out the rest of their product line, including TruVillage Skincare for Grownups.


 BUY:  You can purchase the SPORT TruKid Sunny Days All Natural Lotion for $18.99 and the TruKid All Natural Silly Shampoo for $8.99.  I am telling you - they are worth every penny!

WIN:  TruKid is giving one (1) lucky The Green House fan both products to use or share for the holidays!  This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada only.  Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below for your chance to win!  You must complete the mandatory task first, then complete the other tasks to get as many entries as you'd like.  Good luck!  **If the Rafflecopter form does not show up, please refresh your screen, or click on the post title!

The Green House Disclosure:  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  The products(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Save Our Planet Saturday: Giving Upcycled Gifts For The Holidays

I am not an artist by nature.  My 5-year-old daughter can draw far more intricate pictures than I ever could.  But I do enjoy dabbling in a little bit of craft work here and there - the easier, the better.  And if it means using what I already have at home so that I don't have to spend more (or a lot of) money, and it minimizes the stuff I have already have, well then, that makes the idea of upcycling all the more worth while.  Wikipedia defines "upcycling" as the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or a higher environmental value.  I define it as using whatever you already have (that would otherwise wind up in a landfill waiting years to decompose) to create unique pieces of work that will continue to serve the purpose of decor, fashion, gardening, living, and anything else that will expand the life of the product.  This holiday season, as my family tries to make the most out of cooking, celebrating, decorating, and gift giving - without breaking the bank - we have decided to make upcycled handmade gifts that we hope will continue to help us live frugally and keep us on track to minimizing our home and life.  

So, what do we have in mind to make that may give you ideas for your own gift-giving?  Who doesn't have a t-shirt in their closet that either no longer fits, has minor stains, was given to you for free from an informational booth at a mall or an event, or just doesn't suit your style anymore or didn't in the first place?  Turn that shirt into a new scarf perfect for this wintery season or make great looking necklaces or bracelets - no sewing and can be done in minutes!  Do you have old sheets, curtains, formal wear, maternity tops or dresses, or old children's clothes that you can't seem to part with?  Keep a little bit of these items around while preserving the memories that you can later pass down by making fabric flowers.  Big or small, these new embellishments can be used to accessorize your hair, clothes, bags, or shoes, or to decorate frames, wreathes, bulletin boards, notebooks, etc.  The list is endless!  Look around your home for broken crayons and make new ones for stocking stuffers.  Another upcycling project you can try is using old frames you may already have but can't seem to pair with the perfect photo.  Don't have any lone frames?  You can find great ones at garage or estate sales for mere change.  Paint the frame with new color.  In place of a photo, use scrapbook paper, your favorite magazine ad page, comics from the newspaper, or gift wrapping paper, and you've got yourself a new dry-erase board for your kitchen that can be placed on any wall, table, or shelf in the house.  Dress it up with those upcycled fabric flowers or word art, include a pack of dry-erase markers, and you have the perfect holiday gift.


Looking to get rid of unwanted things in your home to create a clean slate in 2012?  What better way to live minimally and frugally than to reuse them for new and refreshing items for yourself or for others?  You don't need to be born an artist, but your work will make it seem like you were.  Happy crafting from The Green House!

The Green House Disclosure:  I wrote this post for The Little Seed blog. 


Thursday, November 24, 2011

Giving Thanks For The Simple Things In Life

Today in many homes across America, family and friends gather to celebrate this holiday that we call "Thanksgiving."  As we sit down to enjoy a home-cooked meal with all the trimmings, sip on wine or hot chocolate, watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade and maybe a little bit of football, and get started on decking the halls with decorations galore, I am humbled and grateful for the little things that have come to mean the world to me and my family.

I am thankful for our house that we call a home.  It's small, cozy, and has all the amenities that our family could ever need.  The rooms are warm, lived-in, and always has a stray toy left behind from the day's playtime, the walls are covered with photos of our children and their smiles, the furniture is used daily and has wear and tear as evidence, our treasured wall paintings are the kiddos' masterpieces, every corner and floor molding has bumps and scraped paint from my son's cars and trucks, the refrigerator is covered from top to bottom with my daughter's artwork, our bed always has a doll or two on it and is never Martha Stewart perfect, there are always crayons on the coffee table and/or dinner table, and books can always be found on the sofas or living room floor.  That's our home - untidy but filled with love!

I am thankful for my family's health.  Although my two boys were preemies and developed bronchiolitis, I am grateful that they are able to be comforted with breathing treatments.  My children are going through a picky-eating phase.  And though they don't eat much of their food during meals, I am thankful that they do have food to eat so that they can grow up to be big and strong.  I was born in a small village in the Philippines where my family was considered wealthy by the country's standards.  I remember children were always outside our house waiting to see if my grandparents would invite them in to eat our left overs.  If we didn't have any, the children would go hungry that evening.  I still get teary-eyed whenever I think about those same kids who are my children's ages.  My heart aches for them knowing that they would give anything for a small bite to eat.  I am very lucky to be able to provide my children with this simple comfort.

I am thankful that I am able to stay home with my kids, to play with them, to teach them, to be a part of their growth every minute of every day.  I love seeing how happy they are with what they have, how they see everyone they meet as their "new friend," and how they don't think that someone is this or that - they are people same as them.  Every day, they teach me the values of patience, understanding, and forgiveness.

I am thankful for my wonderful husband and best friend.  My children are so blessed to have a Daddy who plays with them, reads to them, feeds and bathes them, clean dirty cloth diapers, helps with the dishes and laundry and still finds the time to upkeep our home and cars.  And did I mention that he also puts up with my crazy, off-the-wall, silly, and moody self?

I am thankful to God for blessing me with these little but wonderful joys.  I am not worthy of all this awesomeness, but I am eternally grateful for having been given the chance to have a happy life.  May you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving, filled with your own little greatness!




Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Upcycled Dry Erase Board

 Take the following:
- an old frame of any size
- paper scrap cut down to size (ex: comics, old calendar page, magazine ad)
- embellishments (ex:  wood art, fabric flowers, small toys)
- dry erase marker


And turn them into this:

Display on a counter, desk, dresser, or wall.  Easy to re-upcycle for every season.


Don't forget to enter this week's giveaway: 
Lovable Labels Gift Seals & Address Labels Pack!
Also, read up on the upcoming "Bag It!  Don't Leave Home Without It In 2012"
Giveaway Event in December!



Review & Giveaway: Lovable Labels Gift Seals & Address Labels

From buying and wrapping gifts to writing and mailing out greeting cards, from putting up decorations to cooking food, the holidays can be a bit overwhelming and tiring for everyone. Wouldn't it be great if there was something that could help lessen the load with at least one of the things you have on your to-do list?!

This holiday season, give yourself a break from writing your address on cards and your name on gift tags with personalized gift seals and address labels. Canadian-based Lovable Labels generously sent me their Gift Seals and Address Label Pack to review. Enclosed in a glossy red envelope, each pack includes 60 gift seals and 90 address labels, plenty enough for this year's mailings and presents. With 6 different designs to choose from, my kids picked out the Starry Night set. I love how the labels turned out, and I think they will look great on everything we are giving to everyone this year. My daughter has already claimed some of them for her friends. These labels will definitely keep me from getting writer's cramp and save me some time for the more important things like reading holiday books and roasting marshmallows with my children.



Lovable Labels is your one-stop online shop that offers personalized labels, iron-on tagsstickerssafety productsstationery, and much more. Created by a mom who wanted an easier way to label all of her children's belongings without having to write each and every one out every time, Lovable Labels are tough, durable, and so darn cute! All the labels are waterproof and safe to be placed in the dishwasher, microwave, washer and dryer. They can withstand UV rays from the sun and the use of bleach and sunscreen. Stick these adorable, colorful labels on your kid's clothes, shoes, lunch bags and backpacks, sports equipment, toys, school supplies, and everything in between. Perfect for organizing your home, you can label your books, office files, pantry supplies, craft boxes, recycling bins, and much more.  I couldn't resist putting the "I Love Blogging" sticker on the computer.  My husband wasn't as tickled about it though.





Check out the site for great gift ideas for everyone on your list.  Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can do your shopping anytime from any place in the world.  They also offer a fundraising program perfect for your school, sports team, club or organization.  Are you looking for a part-time job working from home?  Lovable Labels has an Agent Program perfectly suited for you.

Ready to get started on your holiday cards and gift wrapping?

BUY:  You can purchase your own set of Gift Seals & Address Labels for $21.95 CDN.  While you're there, browse through all of their awesome products!

WIN:  Lovable Labels wants to give one (1) lucky The Green House reader a pack of Gift Seals & Address Labels. This giveaway is open to residents, age 18 and over, of the US and Canada only.  Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below for your chance to win!  You must complete the mandatory task first, then complete the other tasks to get as many entries as you'd like.  Good luck!  **If the Rafflecopter form does not show up, please refresh your screen, or click on the post title!

The Green House Disclosure:  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  The products(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

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