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Twice takes the selection of discount designer clothing that you’ve come to love from eBay and mixes it with your favorite neighborhood consignment boutique. Easily sell your new or gently used high-end clothing by requesting a pre-paid postage bag that holds 20-30 items or request a pre-paid label and use your own box. Twice will send you an offer once the clothes are received. Accept it and instantly receive your money or reject it and only pay $5.00 to have all of your items returned. All of the accepted items will be professionally photographed and placed in the online boutique for sale. Click here for a list of accepted brands. Need stylish clothing for work or vacation? Check out their large selection of women’s clothing discounted over 70% off retail!Read More
1. Easter Egg Maracas, 2. Melted Crayon Easter Eggs, 3. Easter Scavenger Hunt, 4. Surprise Inside Dotty Cake, 5. Personalized Bunny, 6. Cinnabunnies, 7. Easter Egg Shape Hunt, 8. Carrot Play Dough, 9. Volcano Easter Egg Experiment, 10. Jelly Bean BraceletsRead More
Need a non-edible item to add to your Easter baskets? Check out these super adorable Marshmallow Bunny Soaps from The Curvy Girl Soap Company on Etsy. They come in lots of fun colors, are scented like cotton candy and are available for under $5.00!
Name of Site: TheCurvyGirlSoapCo (Etsy)Read More
For nearly 100 years, Easter Seals has focused on helping people with mental and physical disabilities, veterans and children with developmental needs. In 1907, a prominent Ohio business owner, Edgar Allen, lost his son in a street car accident and was disappointed in the lack of medical help his son was able to receive. He promptly sold his business and began a fundraising campaign to build a hospital in his hometown of Elyria, Ohio. Edgar founded the Society of Crippled Children in 1919 after realizing that most children with mental and physical disabilities were hidden from society. It wasn’t until 1934 that the first “Easter Seal” was designed by a Cleveland cartoonist so that people could show their support on envelopes and letters. The popular lily Easter Seal logo was created in 1952 for it’s association with resurrection and new life. The Easter seal became a national symbol and the charity officially changed their name in 1967. Easter Seals was instrumental in the legislation for the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Today, Easter Seals offers help, hope and answers to more than a million children and adults living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other disabilities or special needs
and their families each year.
Easter Seals currently provides the following services: Medical Rehabilitation, Employment & Training, Children’s Services, Adult & Senior Services, and Camping & Recreation. To learn more about Easter Seals including how to donate and volunteer at one of the 550 sites in the U.S. or through Ability First Australia, visit EasterSeals.com.Read More
Happy Friday! In the spirit of Easter and the popular Aztec print trend, we have decided to merge the two into a fun DIY for Fashion Friday.
1. Eggs either hard boiled or plastic decorating eggs
2. Acrylic paint in your choice of colors, paint brush
3. Cup of water
4. Metallic permanent marker
Begin by painting your eggs with acrylic paint and paint brush. Use cup of water to thin the paint and get a soft watercolor effect. For brighter eggs, skip the water and paint 2-3 coats to get the egg completely opaque.
Search the Internet for Aztec print inspiration or use our Google search here
Begin re-creating the triangles, dots and symbols onto the eggs using your metallic permanent marker. We used gold but silver or black would also look great! Remember, there is no right or wrong, so experiment with all types of colors, shapes and patterns. Tweet us a photo @giftingexperts if you try these eggs!