Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Wreaths of Maine

 We arrived home from playing at the skate park and found this box just waiting for us!  Don't you love the big red bow and Seasons Greetings on the box? We were very excited to open this package from Wreaths of Maine.

I opened the box and found some cheery red wrapping paper inside BUT that wasn't all, we instantly smelled this aromatic smell like pine trees or Balsam fir.  Don't you wish computers had scratch and sniff? 

Packed inside was this beauty!

We LOVE this double faced wreath!  It looks so inviting hanging on our front door.  Would you like to know where you can get a wreath just like this one?  Well, let me tell you about Wreaths of Maine.  Wreaths of Maine is a mail order Christmas wreath company that was started by a home schooling family in the 1990's.  Since we homeschool this is the perfect fundraiser for our family!  My sweet daughter Makenzie started Punky Monkey Missions a couple of years ago to help those in need like missionaries, orphans and the homeless.  This is going to be one of her biggest fundraisers for the year.  If you would like to help Punky Monkey Missions make a difference please pop over to the Wreaths of Maine website and purchase a beautiful double faced wreath which will be shipped directly to your front door just in time for Christmas please be sure when you checkout  to enter Just Wedeminute's seller id which is #5061 so Punky Monkey will receive her commission check.  Prices range from $31.00-$47.00 and shipping is $3.95 per item.

You can also sell these beautiful wreaths.  It's simple by going door to door, selling to friends and family and even online like we are.  Earning commissions from Wreaths of Maine can help with homeschool costs, dance, cheer or sports teams or just extra money for the holidays.  For more info on selling wreaths click here.

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Heidi said...

The wreath looks very pretty on your front door. Did you do your disclosure as a graphic? That's a great idea- I get sick of typing it up all the time. LOL

Richele McFarlin said...

Love all the pictures! Great review!

Jodi said...

Your wreath looks great - fantastic review Jennifer! I love that your daughter has her own mission project, that is awesome!

Our Homeschool Reviews said...

Your wreath looks great! Love the first picture with the box...I should have got one of those. ;)

cssolomon said...

I came across your blog through another blog and read that your kids were adopted from Korea! Since I’m ½ Korean it caught my interest :) I have a few friends that were adopted from Korea and my husband and I have wanted to adopt from there, but all I ever hear is how expensive it is. I look forward to reading your blog!

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