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I’m Your Origami Owl Consultant!

September 5, 2014 By · 32 Comments

I am so excited about my past few months venturing into Origami Owl as a designer and while my life has been pretty hectic but I am still trucking along. I know I could be so much further along on this ladder if I had only focused because Origami Owl is such easy jewelry to sell. I mean really it has sold itself many times while I am in dream land, however I am coming to you today to help me out and to let you know about it. I would LOVE to either get some major sells, parties (online) or consultants under me. Why? Because it would help me out financially and I know I can do this. As many of you know I’m a stay at home/work at home mother to five kids. 5! Yes, I did say five great kids, one of which will graduate this school year. The first time I saw these I fell in love, even more when I hear all my kids could fit into one.

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What is Origami Owl?
While I know not everyone knows about it but many people do. Origami Owl is “a leading custom jewelry company known for telling stories through our signature Living Lockets, personalized Charms, Bracelets and Earrings.” Basically you get to express yourself in a way no one else can. You pick out what you want and what each piece means to you. On August 18th there was a ton of items released for  Origami Owl’s Fall and by that I mean there are over 300 charms to choose from, a bridal line, military charms (I had to throw that in there), the Core line, leather bracelets and even the lanyards (so for all you professionals that must wear one now you can do it with some style or sparkle). Oh and for those that love earrings, we even have those.

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Our Founder:

Bella Weems is the owner/designer of Origami Owl and the truth is she was only a mere teen when she introduced the world to it. Imagine being 14 years old and being told by your parents the only way you can get a car by your 16th birthday is by getting a job. Sure enough she wanted that car and ended up getting it after she created Origami Owl. Today, she is a teen millionaire that just graduated high school. This company isn’t just about Isabella Weems becoming a millionaire, if you know me you know I love anything that has a good cause and helps others out.

Origami Owl Teams up with ChildHelp. For those that do not know Childhelp exists to prevent child abuse, neglect and all forms of bullying. Origami Owl actually has three charms in which all proceeds goes to the organization: The Bullyproof shield (blue shield with Bully Proof in silver and a silver heart on it), The Silver Heart Hand and the silver dove with the word “Childhelp” on it. You all know how I feel towards bullying since I have now had all my school-aged children bullied at one point or another.

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(IMG: Courtesy of Origami Owl)

My Deal for YOU:
My deal for my readers, if you go to Eliza’s Origami Owl page and get your order ready I will give you a deal. Buy 3 charms, get 1 free. You must place your order through ME though. homemom3@gmail.com or contact me on Facebook at Eliza Ferree. Don’t place it through the site it won’t give you the deal. I also do Facebook parties if you’d like to earn FREE Jewelry. I also have a Facebook Origami Owl page if you’d like to join to keep-up-to-date. I’d like to share this with you all every month just to show you what we have out or if anything new is coming up. Stop on by and let me know what you like best. What item do you like best? Do you own anything from Origami Owl yet?

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Wordless Wednesday: School Started

September 3, 2014 By · No Comments

It was a bit of an adjustment this year getting the kids off to school. I now have two in elementary and two in high school but that wasn’t the adjustment. Not so sure how I will deal with having a freshman and a senior just yet, let me get back to you on that. But the adjustment…

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As you can see in the center of the photo Nicoli does NOT like them leaving after being with him every day of the summer. Not to worry we’ll pull through this. Happy WW!


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12 Delicious Breakfast Meals You Can Have for Dinner

September 2, 2014 By · No Comments

Disclosure: This is a paid post, but all opinions are my own.
Now that school is back in session many parents are trying to figure out what to make for dinner. Chances are some of you have kids in sports or some other after school activity and you are getting home late and either don’t feel like making some long drawn out meal or you just don’t have the time. I’ve taken the liberty of going through some recipes and found my favorite breakfast meals you can make for dinner. I mean after all who doesn’t like to do a backwards type of day. I can’t even tell you how many times we have had pancakes or french toast for dinner, heck there have been times when the kids asked just to have cereal.

Check out 12 Breakfast Meals for Dinner!

by Eliza Ferree at Foodie.com

In the desert when it is hot, which lately has been almost ALL THE TIME, I haven’t wanted to cook. I say what do you want for dinner and I hear someone say “Frenchtoast Casserole,” or “Breakfast.” If I am actually home during the day I can prep a casserole dish for later and let the kids finish it off….the older ones that is. BalletGirl, aka Katerina, loves make the frenchtoast casserole. Here are a few quick (and not so quick) ideas, feel free to explore my collections at Foodie.com and make some of your own collections. What are some of your favorite breakfast meals you eat at dinner?

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10 Summer Dessert to Make Your Mouth Water

August 1, 2014 By · No Comments
Partnered post with Glam Media.

This has been a great summer, minus the heat, heat is one thing I can do without and I do believe my kids can agree with me on that. Since it has been such a HOT summer with no AC in my car we do not go far, which means we had to think of a way to make our summer fun and stay indoors. We decided we would craft more and spend time creating and trying out new dishes. Here are a great bunch of easy desserts we have tried and will be trying in the next few week. One of which I couldn’t really find but part of it is in there so I’ll add it here (I actually found this through Facebook and later we saw it on Pinterest)

Check out Desserts of Summer

by Eliza Ferree at Foodie.com

Have you tried any of the summer desserts listed above? If so, which ones do you like? I want to try as many easy ones as possible and post them on here for ya’ll to see how they turned out for us. Tomorrow is BabyGirl’s 11th Birthday and earlier this year she told me she wanted an Ice Cream Cake so I will be using the one provided in the slideshow above, course with 104′ temps I’m not sure how long it’ll stay in ice cream form. I love how the internet has made it so easy for those of us that didn’t really know how to cook to be able to whip something up at a moment’s notice.

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How To Make a T-Shirt Tote by Kat

July 25, 2014 By · 5 Comments

I guess it is time I formally introduce you to someone, she’s my oldest daughter…BalletGirl (age 14)…but for those of us that know her outside the blogging world we call her Katerina. She’s been working on making crafts and meals through Pinterest all summer long, in fact she made a bucket list of all the crafts/recipes she wanted to try out. Recently I saw how crafty she was getting and asked her if she would like to have a small column on my blog, “The Life of a Home Mom” and she was so excited. Oh I forgot to tell you, she was already a step ahead of me, she’s been taking pics of the stuff she does step-by-step and quickly wrote up a how-to piece for me. So let me welcome all of you to ……Kat’s Krafts. Fotor0725165212

 

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