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by Ann-Marie on November 10, 2011

This time of year is where things in my house really start to get chaotic. The days and weeks ahead are jam packed with activities for each member of my family. If you’re struggling with your calendar, check out momAgenda for the ultimate organizers and portfolios built just for moms.

Right now at MomAgenda, you can save 50% on select organizers such as this Faux Crocodile Planner (above), plus get FREE shipping. This sale is only good until 11/13/11.

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Vistaprint 6 FREE products for the New Year

by Ann-Marie on January 15, 2011

I am a big fan of Vistaprint. Between Chaos Is Bliss and my Willow House business, I’ve gotten business cards, postcard invitations, return address stamp, catalog/address labels … all for just the cost of shipping. You don’t even have to have a business to take advantage of their cheap prices! Last year we had custom photo calendars made for my mom and mother-in-law, again, just for the cost of shipping.

They offer a TON of themes, professional or cutesy – you decide!

For the 6 free products offer going on now, you can choose from business cards (or mommy contact cards!), sticky notes, note/thank-you cards, or a rubber stamp. All are FREE at Vistaprint, just pay shipping.

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Free Custom Photo Calendar from Vistaprint

by Ann-Marie on October 27, 2010

Vistaprint Free Calendar

Last year I made photo calendars for both my mom and my mother-in-law for their birthdays, which happened to be just days apart in December. I used a photo sharing site to make my calendars, but this year I’ll be trying Vistaprint since they’re offering a FREE Photo Calendar (just pay shipping).

I took a look at this to be sure it’s easy to navigate, load photos etc before I blogged about it.  I actually really like it – there are several themes to choose from, some even have 12 backgrounds with a different one each month.

After selecting your design, you can format your layout (like if you need space to write events on the calendar, or if you’d just rather have the date in large print). Then upload your images – 1 per page, including one you can use as the cover image. You can even add a title to your calendar, such as “Oh My Heavens It’s 2011!” , or wherever your creativity leads you!

When your calendar is complete and you’re ready to check out, I will give you fair warning that Vistaprint will offer you many add-ons you may choose to accept or not.  They default to unchecked, however just be sure when you get to your subtotal that you didn’t accidentally order something by mistake. They do a great job of pairing products, i.e. if you chose a polka-dot theme they may show you polka-dot address labels with your info already set, and if you like the price then feel free to add them to your order.

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