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October’s 20 on the 20

AZ.’s $10.00 Thrift Store

Let’s show our support for one of our local businesses.

“I challenge at least 20 of my friends to spend AT LEAST $20 on Saturday October 20th. at

AZ.’s $10.00 Thrift Store

Locally Owned and Operated by an Arizona Native, & female Entrepreneur – Established 2011- and here to stay

5115 North 27th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85017

Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Friday – Sunday

Phone:

Website: http://www.facebook.com/ArizonaBookandClothingExchange

Will you share this with 20 of your friends

Do you know someone with a local business go ahead and keep the beat, and simply change the name from ————————– to your friends company, and forward this on to 20 friends.

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July’s 20 on the 20

This month’s Featured 20 on the 20 Business

Mighty Cup & Spoon Coffee Shop in Glendale

Let’s show our support for one of our local businesses. “I challenge at least 20 of my friends to spend AT LEAST $20 on Thursday July 20th. at

Mighty Cup & Spoon Coffee Shop in Glendale

Local Woman-Owned and Operated Coffee Shop – Established 2006 and here to stay

Address 7021 N 57th avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301 ·

Phone 6239155595

Website http://mightycupandspoon.com/

Hours 7:00 am – 10:00 pm

Will you share this with 20 of your friends

Do you know someone with a local business go ahead and keep the beat, and simply change the name from Mighty Cup & Spoon Coffee Shop to your friends company, and forward this on to 20 friends.

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Wednesday’s Website Jan. 18th

 

Tomboy Tools, Inc., an Entrepreneur Magazine Top 100 Brilliant Company, is the only provider of hands-on education and high-quality tools for women. Tomboy Tools is an educational organization and direct seller of ergonomically designed hand and power tools. Our mission is to build confidence and empower women through hands-on education, quality tools and an independent business opportunity. We foster an internal culture that supports women and teaches them to feel confident using tools and to share that knowledge with others.

Tool party guests learn simple tool applications, cost-effective techniques, share project ideas and money saving tips and gain the confidence to tackle basic projects on their own in a fun, social and engaging environment.

Our Vision

Tomboy Tools strives to provide educational resources and opportunities for women (and girls) that will help inspire them and build their confidence in using tools. Most of Tomboy Tools’ product line of high-quality pink tools was designed in response to the growing demand of women wanting their own quality tools in pink, as well as our vision to give back to causes we are passionate about through our Pink for a Purpose initiative. Tomboy Tools works with ergonomic specialists, designers and manufacturers to provide tools that are effective, lightweight, durable, high-quality and comfortable for women.

 

http://www.tomboytools.com/

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Friday’s Favorite Find Nov. 25th

Easy Cookbook Gifts

Everyone knows I love to cook and my favorite sous chef is my 3 year old son. He’s the best mixer upper and taste tester around!
Here is what I came up with. This is an awesome gift for ANYONE and for any occasion.
Start with a trip to the dollar store. Items you will need:
Mini photo albums (I got mine at 2 for $1.00)
Lined note cards (A buck a pack)
Potholders (2 for a $1.00)
Wooden Spoons (4 pack for $1.00)
To read the rest of the GREAT post stop by

http://www.mrsbettierocker.com/2010/06/easy-cookbook-gifts.html

they will love to have you!

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Friday’s Fav. Finds Nov. 11th.

From Nap Time Journal Christmas tags.

The Gift of Meaning: (my personal favorite)…..something handmade or something that would have personal meaning for both people.

I made my tags out of circle chip boards (found at any scrapbook store), covered them with scrapbook paper, I punched a large whole at the top and added an eyelet, then punched small holes around the circle. I printed out on paper sack paper from my computer the Three gifts of Christmas and glued it on top the scrapbook paper. Added a few buttons. I then mod podged the front, let dry and I then sewed embroidery floss around the edges for extra detail. Tie a piece of rick rack to the top and there you have it, tags that can be reused every year as part of this wonderful tradition.

To see the rest of this fun post, check out her blog at http://naptimejournal.blogspot.com/2009/11/3-gifts-of-christmastags.html

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