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Buying Gifts After Christmas Sales 2011

As I mentioned in another post, we will be bringing our children to the store to buy them their Christmas gifts hoping there will be some sale. Before Christmas, we were so busy with other things that it was only after Christmas that we were able to go. There weren't any after Christmas sales in the store we went to. Anyway, these are the gifts our children chose for themselves.

The two boys got an addition to their Wii game - the Skylanders game. My two sons are really enjoying this game.


The three girls got some girly stuff.


The younger two got a dog stuffed toy named Jasper. They are the ones who still like to play make belief with stuffed dolls.


My 7-year old got a Bratz Math learning toy. It's really nice. She can practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with it. Well, even her siblings can do so, too. Good preparation as well for them because all of them qualified for their school's upcoming Math Quiz Bee after the elimination round.


Even if there are no before or after Christmas sales here, there's one After Christmas sale online that I am going to avail of. That is the 50% off everything sale of Arts Cow until December 31, 2011. I am now going to put together all our 2011 photos in one photo book and order them from Arts Cow. I have ordered several photo books from them already and the quality is really commendable. Even some of my friends have  created an account with them and ordered their photo books from them.

If you want to avail of this 50% off offer by Arts Cow, just go over there and when you order anything, just put the Coupon code HALFOFF and you will get the discount.

There's another offer they are giving, just in case you may want to put your photos on stretched canvass. Save $1-$4 and shipping fees ($5.99 - 8.99) on each piece of stretched canvass you order. Just put the Coupon code STRETCHCAN.

If you just prefer to have free shipping on your order only, you can use the coupon code FREESHIP15 which is good until December 30, 2011 only.

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Unknown said…
happy new year chin!
Chin chin said…
Happy New Year din sa yo, reese.

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