Maybe you enjoy the occasional smoke or maybe you would never touch the stuff but still need lighters for your grill, candles, wood stove, incense, etc. Either way, everyone should have a lighter somewhere in the house! If you’re going to have a lighter, why not make it a free one with your own initials printed on! Black & Mild has an offer where they will ship one of these personalized lighters to anyone who signs up on their website and accepts the offer. Sign up, click ‘Spark Your Style’ on the main page, and choose from the available colors to get yours shipped!
Free Celebrate Urban Birds Kit
Get a free “Celebrate Urban Birds!” Kit from Cornell. You will get two free posters, a free sticker, and a pack of bird seeds to feed the wild feathered friends. They also include a data sheet for you to track what birds you see. If you let them know whether you saw the target birds, it will be a boon to their research. They want to know even if you see none because “Zero Means a Lot”. This will be very fun to do with my kids! US/Canada
This is still good! We got our kit and it’s really nice!
Free American Byways map
Order a free American Byways map
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not about to throw out using my GPS or online mapping system in favor of a paper map anytime soon – especially when I am usually looking for the fastest and/or shortest point between two distances. Maps do not do that well. However, the next time I want to throw caution to the wind and take a carefree road trip, I will turn to a map. I am looking forward to getting this fold-out map featuring 150 America’s Byways.
CollageIt Free Photo Collage software
Check out this free photo collage software I found from CollageIt. I used it to make this simple collage from photos of our recent Disney trip. The top left is from Magic Kingdom. My son relaxing in the hotel on the bottom left and the image on the right was the view from our hotel room.
This program is great for sharing your photos from your iPad and iPod. CollageIt is so easy to use, too! Import photos from your camera roll or photo albums and select the template you want desire. They have a Mosaic, Grid, Centered or Manual template. Then just save it to your device. You can also share it to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or Flickr with just the click of the button. You can also send the files via email. All of the templates allow for customization as well. You can change the widths, heights, borders, colors and choose whether you want your collage to have a solid or gradient background. If you are really into customization, the Manual template allows you to start from scratch and build your very own collage.
You can use anywhere from 1 to 9 photos in your collage.
I think I am going to make a collage of all the free samples I have received next! LOL.
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