Weekend links: Home for the Holidays winners!

 

It’s been a fun week of giveaways, charity spotlight, and edible gifting. I hope you found a few good gift ideas to make or purchase. Wait, is it December already? Whew.

We have three winners! Here they are:

~ The winner of the Magimix Vision Toaster is Danielle Christy Adkins.

~ The winner of the Cake Pops Party Package is Mary Jensen-Thackery.

~ And finally, the winner of the Lisa Leonard Designs Thin Sterling Cuff is Heather Goesch.

Congratulations to everyone! Hope it makes your holidays a bit merrier. Be looking for an email in your inbox soon. Thank you to all our giveaway participants.

Thanks again to all our amazing giveaway sponsors!

A huge thank you to our sponsors for this years Home for the Holidays on Simple Living Media. They’ve been amazing to work with and a few are even offering promotional codes for your holiday shopping. Hit the jump for the full list…

31 Bits: Use the code HOMEMADE15 to get 15% off during December
Alison Glass Designs
Ahh Prods Bean Bag Chairs: Use the code SLM5 to get 5% all bean bags (even the ones on sale!)
Bakerella
Dave Ramsey: Use the code “ChristmasDeal” and a purchase of $10 or more to get a free mp3 of the Financial Peace University lesson “Relating with Money” and a free mp3 of one of our popular children’s books “A Special Thank You”
Epiphanie Bags
fawn & forest
Gadanke Journals: Use the code WITHSTORY for 10% off journals and kits through Friday, December 7
Gussy Sews: Use the code SIMPLE20 to get 20% off your entire from today through Wednesday, December 5th (And hurry—their holiday order-by deadline is December 12!)
HearthSong: Use the code BLOGIT to get 10% off your order
Imagine Childhood: Use the code SIMPLEHOMESCHOOL to receive 10% off your order through December 5th
Invite.L
KitchenAid
Kiwi Crate
Lisa Leonard Designs
Magimix
STYLEVISA: Use the code SIMPLE20 to get 20% off your entire purchase

And don’t forget to support this year’s charity spotlights:

Compassion International
Krochet Kids
Love146
The Mother Bear Project
Trade as One
WhyHunger

Have a great Sunday, everyone!

About Aimee

Cooking has always been Aimée's preferred recreational activity, creative outlet, and source of relaxation. After nearly ten years in the professional cooking industry, she went from restaurant to RSS by trading her tongs and clogs for cookie cutters and a laptop, serving as editor here at Simple Bites.

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