Deck the halls? Nah, I’m going to give you a chance to Win the Wall! It’ll all make sense shortly, bear with me.
This is huge y’all. I know I’ve been harping on Elmer’s and X-ACTO a lot lately, but I just really want to show you all that Elmer’s is way more than your kid’s school glue. I’ve used it for home décor, holiday wreaths, gift wrapping, scrapbooking, my Etsy store and general household stuff. Here are some examples:
But why am I so addicted to Elmer’s products? Well, it’s available at my Walmart, which I am at at least 5 times a week, PLUS it’s very inexpensive. I challenge you to compare the price of items using a 40% off coupon at your local craft store vs. Elmer’s Memory Keeping line pricing at Walmart…it’s cheaper without a coupon. And chances are, no matter where you live, you have access to Walmart. Am I right?
Here’s a pic I snapped with my iPhone of their entire line at Walmart (minus the glitter pens which were out of stock…sad face):
And guess what?
I am giving away the entire Elmer’s Memory Keeping line from Walmart. It’s a value of over $220!
You’re probably wondering, well, how can I enter to win Monica? You can use Rafflecopter to enter, which is embedded within this post towards the bottom.
Contest is open from December 12, 2011 to December 19, 2011.
Winner must be chosen on December 20. Winner has 24 hours to respond. If winner doesn’t respond, a new winner will be selected. Prize will be mailed about between December 20-21 directly to the winner. Sound good? Then enter below. Come back on December 20th to see who won and good luck!
Tomorrow I’ll be posting pictures of my holiday décor, so I hope you’ll stick around to see what I’ve done. It’s very sparkly and gorgeous.
And don’t forget about our Twitter party this Wednesday! Join us on Wednesday, December 14th at 2 pm EST. Come talk glitter, glue, crafts and décor with all of us who are just as passionate as you are about all that good stuff. And even better? There are prizes! So definitely make sure to RSVP, and I can’t wait to chat with you there. I’ll be the one in glitter. 😉 RSVP over on Glue ‘n Glitter and use the #GlueNGlitter hashtag in your tweets so we can connect with ya.
This project has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for #ElmersHoliday #gluenglitter #Looks4Less #collectivebias #CBias. All glitter stuck in my hair from last week is mine, as are my opinions.