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Month: January 2015

Kiwi Crate: 25% Off Your Subscription (& DIY Ideas)

Kiwi Crate: 25% Off Your Subscription (& DIY Ideas)

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kiwi crateHow’s the snow by you? I know so many people are stuck inside with kids who are complaining that they’re bored. Horrible, right? Kiwi Crate can help you beat those blues. Kiwi Crate is a monthly subscription box that sends everything you need for a project, right to your door. It’s so much easier than looking for something on Pinterest, seeing what you have, and then heading to the store for the rest. By then, your kids are over it.

play doh monsterYou can order a subscription too, so you don’t have to think about renewing every month. It will just arrive. Start with the Limited Edition: Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Kids’ Project and save 25%, plus get free shipping with the code LOVE at checkout.

There are crafts for everyone. Plus, you can get a ton of ideas for easy projects too. Play Doh monster anyone?

toilet paper roll owls

Or what about these cardboard tube owls? Whatever you’re looking for, and whatever your kids skill level is, Kiwi Crate has a project. Sounds like a good enough excuse to pick up a subscription to me. Plus, wouldn’t you rather your kids do arts and crafts than play another round of Angry Birds?

Tea Collection: New Arrivals & Free Shipping On Swimwear

Tea Collection: New Arrivals & Free Shipping On Swimwear

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tea collectionThinking about picking up some new clothes for your kids for summer? Now is the time to do it.

You can get 10% off new arrivals at Tea Collection, including the India Inspired New Arrivals at Tea Collection. You can pick up items that were inspired by Tea Collection’s trip to India (which had them thinking about “The Jungle Book” by Rudyard Kipling). You can purchase items for boys, girls, and babies.

If you’re dreaming of summer, you’ll like this. Tea Collection just released its new swimwear line. You can get free shipping on full-priced swimwear at Tea Collection. That’s awesome.

Which of the collections are you more excited about?

Harris Teeter: DiGiorno Frozen Pizza Only $2.47

Harris Teeter: DiGiorno Frozen Pizza Only $2.47

digiorno pizzaPete loves making pizza from scratch. I mean, he makes the dough and everything. So frozen pizza isn’t exactly his thing. But sometimes, you just need something quick and easy and frozen pizza is great for that.

Plus, right now, it’s cheap.

DiGiorno frozen pizza is $3.97 at Harris Teeter and you can grab two at this price. There’s a coupon for $2.00 off any TWO (2) large DIGIORNO pizzas, making these $2.97 each. But it gets better. When you buy two (through February 1), you’ll get a catalina for $1 off, making these only $2.47 each. Totally worth picking up.

The Deal:

$3.97 — DiGiorno frozen pizza
$3.97 — DiGiorno frozen pizza
Total: $7.94

$2.00 off any TWO (2) large DIGIORNO pizzas

Total: $5.94
Get back $1 oyno catalina

Final price: $4.94 or $2.47 each

$2.00 off any TWO (2) large DIGIORNO pizzas

Candy Cane Chocolate Hearts

Candy Cane Chocolate Hearts

Oriental Trading provided some of the items for this post. All thoughts, opinions, and additional items belong to Drugstore Divas.

valentines-hearts-CI was on Pinterest a couple months ago and found for candy cane hearts that were both simple and completely adorable. These are all over Pinterest, mostly people turning them into lollipops. I’m not sure who exactly started this idea, but the oldest post on these I could find is here, so I’m gonna give her credit for the idea.

I’m not crazy over lollipops, so I decided to make these as handheld bites. They were more delicious to me that way, plus a little cheaper too since you don’t have to go out an buy lollipop sticks in addition to the other items.

Candy Cane Chocolate Hearts


What You’ll Need:

What You’ll Do:

Preheat the oven to 300.


Place candy canes on a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. Try and match up the colors/sizes of the candy canes (because they’re not all the same) to make hearts. Bake for three minutes. When they’re done, pinch the edges so they stick together. They will be warm to the touch, so be careful.


While the candy canes are baking, melt the candy melts in the microwave (putting them in a cute microwavable dish isn’t necessary, but it looks nice).


Spoon chocolate into the centers (this actually uses more chocolate than I thought. It’s about four to five discs per bite). The chocolate won’t be smooth, but it’s okay. Put them — tray and all — into the fridge for fifteen minutes. Once they’ve cooled, flip them over to serve. The bottom (which was against the paper) will be completely smooth and really pretty.

These are really cute as a Valentine’s Day treat, a Christmas treat, even a party favor.

What would you make these for?