Friday, September 23, 2011

UPrinting Letterhead Winner

Thanks to everyone that entered.  To my sadness though, all of you can not win.  I really would have loved to give it to all of you.  Well Sam drew the winner this morning.  Congratulations Movement Arts you won!!!!

Saturday, September 17, 2011

UPrinting Giveaway

Hi everyone!  I have a really cool giveaway for all of you today.  It is your very own letterhead from 

UPrinting is one of the leading printing companies that specializes in various printing services including letterhead. Visit for more of their services and for more Letterhead design ideas.

So do you want to win.  It would be a great prize for a small business.  Maybe even a nice stationary set for a someone who loves to write letters.  It would make a really nice christmas gift for them.  Check out all the details.

Prize Details:
500 pcs. Letterheads for One (1) winner

5.5” x 8.5"
70lb Offset
Front Only Printing
4 Business Days Print Turnaround Time
*Free Shipping
Restriction: Limited to *US residents 18 years old and above only
To win just leave me a message on here, that is it.  Easy isn't it.  If you would like to give an extra entry like UPrinting on Facebook, then come back here and tell me.  You can enter between now and the Sept. 22.  I will anouce the winner on the morning of Sept. 23.
This giveaway is sponsored by UPrinting, no monetary compensation was given and I will receive letterhead printing service by hosting. Please visit for available letterhead design and for more details.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

There is a fly in my soup...

Nope it is just Gabe..  We were playing a new game today and having some fun.

The Game... Scrabble Alphabet Scoop.    This is a very cute game for kids ages 6 and up.  We wanted a game of Scrabble that would be a little better for Gabe to do.  This was right up his alley. 
When you open up the lid all of the items store right inside.  It is a nice feature, I just have to find a place to keep it now because I can not put another game on top it.
To start with you give out a card to each player.  Then you choose the one word that you want to spell.  After that some one takes the lid off the pot and says "ready, set, scoop"  and everyone starts scooping to get letters.
You keep scooping out letters until you spell a word.  If you scoop out one of these lovely bugs you have to put back all of your letters.  This happened to me three times in one round, Gabe thought that it was hillarious.  Once you have finished spelling your word you put the lid back on and say yummy and that ends the round for everyone.

I thought the game was really cute and alot of fun.  I thought that it would even be easily adaptable for some younger kids.  It is a fun way for kids just really learning how to spell to practice the skill.  I did ask Gabe what he would rate it 1 - 10, 10 being the best.  He gave it a 7.  When I asked him what he liked about it he said "It is fast and about food.  I like anything that is fast and about food.  Then I asked him what he did not like about it "I had to spell" LOL.  He did say he rather play the game then do a worksheet to learn how to spell though.