Sunday, April 13, 2014

FREE CTMH Stamps with purchase, coupons, NEW giveaway!

From April 12-16, 2014, when you place an order of any size on my Close to My Heart shopping site, you will get the stamps shown below for FREE!
These stamps coordinate with the Close to My Heart Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge.

How can you get this?
1) Place your order HERE.
2) I will ship them separately to you. DO NOT ADD them to the cart!

This is my personal promotion, not from Close to My Heart - valid from April 12-16, 2014, while supplies last.

Next up is the new funky April Stamp of the Month, yours for $5 with every $50 purchase:
Here's a quick link to the NEW online catalog - CLICK HERE if you want a peek. 




 New Cricut Giveaway - The First Few Years
How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below - What are you having for Easter dinner? I need suggestions! 
Click HERE if you don't know how to leave a comment. Click HERE to leave a comment if you are seeing this in an email. Then scroll down and look for the comment box at the bottom.

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Winner will be announced on April 27, 2014 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.

Winner of Cricut "Small Talk and Frames" Cartridge: Kathy Eddy
Congratulations, Kathy Eddy! Please email me at joyster110@gmail.com within two weeks with your name, address, and what you won and I'll get that shipped out to you pronto!

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57 comments:

  1. For Easter dinner I'm making a pork tenderloin roast using a recipe from RedBook magazine. Recipe uses Poppy Seed and when I went to Kroger there were only 2 brands: Spice Isalnds in a jar that was expensive even on sale and Kroger brand in a canister for much less than the SI. I bought the Kroger brand.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Our dinner this year will be the traditional ham, but with it we are having sweet potato casserole, roasted brussel sprouts, salad, and hot buttered rolls. Nothing extravagant, but filling and blessed. Hope you find inspiration. Thanks for another wonderful givaway. Denise

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  3. Thanks for the coupons. For Easter dinner I am planning on having a ham and a smoked roast. Have not decided what side dishes I will have.

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  4. We always have a traditional Easter Dinner.....spiral ham, scalloped potatoes, brussel sprouts, asparagus, fresh baked biscuits, and apple pie a la mode for dessert. I always cook for my Mom, as she used to do for me....she is enjoying her 91st year! Thanks for the chance to win!
    mb6464@hotmail.com

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  5. Thanks for the coupons, love receiving them! We usually have the tradition Easter Dinner, this year however it is my daughter and SIL's first Easter as a married couple and it's their turn...LOL...I will only be taking myself. Yay me! I did see some really cute yeast rolls made in the shape of bunnies that I thought was really cool...Otherwise, I think I'm really gonna like this married thing!

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  6. Such a fun cartridge! I don't know what we are having for dinner...my daughter just had a C-section and my son-in-law is planning it all! I think a potluck so it should be good. You can't beat a nice beef tenderloin or spiral cut ham.

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  7. I think we are having ham and then the typical side dishes of potatoes, carrots, rolls and salads.

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  8. We are having a spiral ham. I will make homemade potato salad and deviled eggs. This year we are doing Easter at home just the three of us, my hubby, my son and I.

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  9. ham and deviled eggs are a must every Easter in our home. I am thinking a carrot cake for dessert would be yummy too.

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  10. I have not decided on a menu yet but it is usually ham. The granddaughters have gluten allergies, so I must choose most dishes carefully.

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  11. We're having leftovers for Easter dinner. We are having a brisket dinner for about 20 people on Saturday. We will cook the brisket and the people coming will bring potato salad, coleslaw, baked beans, cornbread muffins and desert. It's on Saturday, instead of Easter, so those who live in our park in TX can be with their families on Easter. We live in MI and spend winters in TX. We don't go back north until May. So we will have the big dinner on Saturday and have one other couple over and eat the leftovers for Easter.

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  12. We are going out to dinner this year to our FAV Restaurant for dinner it's Roses of Canton, MI it has awesome food.
    Thanks for the coupons and congrats to Kathy!!!
    Great give away!! Hope you are having an awesome Sunday.

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  13. If my son can make it home for the day from college, it will probably be ham and scalloped potatoes for the 4 of us

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  14. Thanks so much for the coupons. We will have the obligatory ham for Easter, but I'm trying to think of some different side dishes to add some interest. I need to make my decisions on those SOON, so I can get the necessary grocery items, etc. I also want to make a different dessert this year. What am I doing sitting here looking at blogs? I need to get to work!! LOL

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  15. Stepping outside the norm this year. My husband is going to smoke a couple of briskets for about 35 of us. The rest of the gang will bring most of the sides. Happy Easter everyone๐Ÿ‡๐ŸŒท๐Ÿฃ

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  16. Honey baked ham from the Honey Baked Ham Store and luckily my in laws do Easter dinner so I get the holiday off!

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  17. we are having ham, sweet potatoes and green bean casserole. I would love to win this cartridge since I have one new great grand daughter and another due to come into this world in August. Would make for a great help with scrapbooking their first years.

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  18. It's just the two of us this year, so we'll probably do a turkey breast in the crock pot. I have a recipe that makes the most delicious gravy--and the turkey doesn't dry out! And then we try to keep the side dishes kind of light, but they're really just a scaled-down version of Thanksgiving--sweet potato casserole, brussels sprouts with prosciutto and since there will be only two of us, that's probably it. Happy Easter!!!

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  19. There will be 18 family members at the Easter table this year. The women have decided that the meats will be ham, lamb and chicken cutlets. Everyone has been assigned a dish to pass and the women will make the pies and cookies. There will be plenty for all (and a few extras if you want to join us) on Easter Sunday. Enjoy!

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  20. We are having ham, scalloped potatoes, some type of vegetable (have not decided yet), rolls and pie for dessert. Plus I'm making some little Easter treat boxes up for all the guests.

    Leslie

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  21. Going to try a Virginia Baked Home (a recipe from the Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten), mashed potatoes gravy, corn casserole and of course green bean casserole (I make mine cheesy). My daughter is making an Oreo Cheesecake for dessert.

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  22. It's a potluck with my family every year. We BBQ at a local park and everyone just pitches in and brings some sort of side dish, dessert, or appetizer. It is always a great day with family.

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  23. Sorry no help with the menu here. We'll probably go out to dinner.
    Thanks so much for the coupons.
    Congrats to Kathy.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragongfly.blogspot

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  24. We are having baked ham, potato salad, asparagus and of course eggs, stuffed, sliced with salad anyway we can use them. Jill P., Manteca, CA

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  25. We are having a ham, scalloped potatoes, green bean casserole and a dessert. Thanks for all the wonderful things you share on your blog.

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  26. I'm not quite sure what is going to be on the menu. It will probably be ham, potato salad, greens, maybe some sweet potatoes, chicken & dressing and some kind of dessert.
    Thanks for the coupons.
    Mary O'Neal

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  27. I'm not really sure what we are having for Easter dinner. I think our theme will be simple. I LOVE spending the day in the kitchen cooking for the holidays but I think this year we're going to take a break from all the work. Thanks for always providing such great inspiration!

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  28. This year we are in ited out. My job is to nring deviled eggs. Love it and love the latest giveaways!

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  29. We are having the usual: Baked ham, deviled eggs, sweet potato casserole, rolls, and of course, carrot cake. There are also a lot of sides, too. Happy Easter, everyone!

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  30. Congratulations, Kathy! Enjoy your new cartridge!

    Thanks for the coupons, Joy. I haven't decided if I'll cook a big Easter dinner this year, but usually I have ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls and whatever else sounds good at the time. As with Thanksgiving and Christmas, I use it as an excuse to overeat!

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  31. The First Few Years cartridge would be perfect for my annual scrapbooks of 6 grandchildren: ages 6, 2 4 yr olds. 3 3 yr olds and one 8 mo old. The grandchildren LOVE to look at their scrapbooks made by me - grandma!! And this cartridge would be perfect for my album projects for my loving grandchildren. Thanks for the consideration.
    Monica Gromek

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  32. I have no idea what we're having on Easter. I'm still planning my Passover meals.
    Thanks for the coupons, Joy!

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  33. We will be having ham, scalloped potatoes, fresh asparagus and side dishes(?) plus homemade dinner rolls for our Easter dinner. YUM! Thanks for your great tutorials. My Dh just bought me the Cricut Explore and your tutorials have been a lifesaver. Thanks again.

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  34. Roast beef and ham, choo-choo wheels, green beans with bacon, Garden Salad, dinner rolls, and some kind of pie (I think).

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  35. I'll be in St Lucia SCUBA diving, so I have no idea what we'll be having. Hopefully something yummy!!!! And I need this cartridge for my brand new grandson, Ronak. May his twin, Allston RIP with baby Jesus. Thanks for the opportunity to win! Patty

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  36. We will be getting back the night before Easter from Aruba (there now as I type this), so no Easter dinner at my house. Would love to win the First Years cartridge as I'm getting ready to do our grandkids scrapbooks!!!!

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  37. Turkey and Ham and all the fixings. Not sure what that will be because everyone is bringing side dishes. We will eat lunch after an Easter Egg hunt for the "greats". Great grand kids.

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  38. Hi joy, I have tried & tried to leave a msg on yr blog, even watched the "how to" & cannot seem to get to the area where I can leave a comment ( Easter dinner ideas for the Cricut cartridge ๐Ÿ˜‰) it just keeps kicking me to the same pg in a different tab. Can u help me?
    Thanks
    Janet

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  39. Ham! Is there another option?! Lol

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  40. For Easter dinner we are having ham, potato salad, macaroni casserole, green beans, pineapple casserole, and pineapple fluff. It's tradition!

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  41. Easter is my favorite Holiday! I'm cooking ham, corn, fresh string beans and new potatoes. Key Lime Pie for dessert.

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  42. Easter dinner? Not sure yet since I'm not making it myself (mom is), but it will probably be ham with mustard-raisin sauce & some traditional side dishes. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Diana :)
    Leelee Card Designs

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  43. We always have spiral sliced ham, even though I would rather have turkey. I will also make a layered salad, mashed potatoes, and pretzel jello for some of the sides.

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  44. We are non traditional as it's just my hubby and I, I'm making a turkey and cranberry flatbread pizza!

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  45. We are having the traditional ham, plus scalloped potatoes, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, and other side dishes.

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  46. My family makes a traditional Thanksgiving meal, but adds a Ham to the lineup! We have turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, carrots, and green beans. Everything except the pumpkin pie :)

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  47. We are having ham, mashed and sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, rolls and iced tea. I also want to thank you for all the coupons on your site every week.

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  48. For years I wanted to do Easter Brunch but my family fought me on it but this year is the year we are having Easter Brunch - monkey bread, overnight french toast, bacon, sausage... and whatever great recipes I can find! Happy Easter!

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  49. My family usually attend church and afterwards we go and eat brunch.

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  50. For Easter I love to have ham, mashed potatoes, and baked pineapple. Can't wait!

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  51. we have ham, deviled eggs, potato salad

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  52. We're having fresh Polish sausage from the Buffalo,NY Broadway market, ham,homemade beet horseradish(a
    family recipe) and fresh spring asparagus. I'm making a pineapple sheet and an apple pie for dessert. Hope your
    Easter is wonderful! rosebud114

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  53. We did not celebrate Easter this year or have a special meal. My husband had to work and I was recovering from surgery.

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