Tuesday, September 30, 2014

medical alert necklace

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Hope Paige Medical I.D. Market Place. All opinions are 100% mine:)

I had an anaphylactic episode after taking sulfa/sulpha antibiotics, several years ago. I'm so thankful my daughter was home and drove me to our local emergency center. She saved my life! I've been wanting a medical alert. I just received my medical alert necklace  to review from Hope Paige
They also sent a special discount code for you to
save 15% off through October 14, 2014!
medical alert necklace from Hope Paige
This dog tag is super stylish, and it can save my life! The front is printed with the silver caduceus, to catch the attention of emergency personnel. 
The back is printed with my allergy information. Engraving is free & customizable, and the ball style chain is adjustable for a perfect fit.
Hope Paige makes medical i.d. products for men, women and children including watches, bracelets, and necklaces. They have so many design choices including gold & silver, celebrity and awareness designs, leather, beads, charms, and sporty para-chord, rope, nylon, and rubber. You can even design your own. 
My niece is anaphylactic to tree nuts, and now I can give her a cute medical alert gift. Do you have a loved one who needs a medical alert? 
Use code 
 for 15% off your order through October 14, 2014!
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Thursday, September 25, 2014

DIY felt patches

Felt elbow patches are a great way to pretty-up or repair any jacket, sweat shirt or long sleeved shirt for Fall. Sometimes we ride bikes on nice nights. A couple weeks back, I tore my favorite sweat-shirt sleeve on an old fence nail putting my bike away in the dark. The tear was right at the elbow, so I decided to make heart shaped, elbow patches.  
I used felt and fabric fuse to make mine, but you could use any scrap fabric that you like! Stay tuned for my guide "how to make pretty felt patches" on Guidecentral.
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