Hodgepodge basket giveaway

A Hodgepodge Basket at www.hodgepodge.me Here at Hodgepodge, we are well, a hodgepodge. Some homemaking one day, a good dose of homeschooling, a slow cooker full of recipes, and plenty of art for all ages. So, it seemed fitting when putting together a basket for YOU, dear reader, to gather a hodgepodge of items.

chalk pastels box of 24 A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels ebook – Looking for an Easy Way to Add Art to Your Days? With A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels eBook – just add chalk pastels and paper!

A box of 24 chalk pastels – Artist’s Loft brand

Southern Hodgepodge Cookbook bundle Southern Hodgepodge cookbook bundle – all three eCookbooks – Sunday Savings, Southern Celebrations and Slow Cooker Batch Cooking

Duct tape wallet by Middle Girl Duct tape wallet by Middle Girl – she has a series of duct tape tutorials!

original bird's nest chalk pastel by Lucia Hames Original chalk pastel bird’s nest – 5×7 picture – by Lucia Hames (Nana)

Special Discounts for Hodgepodge readers through 4/30/13!

  • We are offering $5 off A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels ebook by using discount code Hodgepodge at checkout. Making it just $14.99 for a school year’s worth of chalk pastel tutorials!
  • Please also take $1 off the Southern Hodgepodge cookbook bundle with discount code HPcookbooks at checkout. Making it just $3.99 for all cookbooks!

Now for the giveaway!

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Be sure to click over and enter all the basket giveaways by the bloggers at iHomeschool Network!


(1) Mad Scientist Basket from Milk and Cookies
(2)†”See the Light” Easter Art Basket from Classic Housewife
(3)†Tea Time Basket from See Jamie Blog
(4)†Butterfly Basket from Spell Outloud
(5)†Family Movie Night Basket from Jennifer A. Janes

(6) Pamper the Homeschool Mom Basket from Granola Mom 4 God
(7) Freezer Cooking Basket from Motherhood on a Dime
(8) Hodgepodge Basket from Hodgepodge
(9) Healthy Living and Fitness Basket from Forever, For Always, No Matter What
(10) Making Writing Fun Basket from This Reading Mama

(11) Coffee: Fuel for Homeschooling Moms Basket from Homeschoolin’ Mama
(12) Mom’s Quiet Time Basket from Upside Down Homeschooling
(13) Missionary Basket from Our Journey Westward
(14) Happy Mom Basket from Habits for a Happy Home
(15) Crafty Goodness Basket from Mamas Learning Corner

(16) Rejuvenate the Mom Basket from Spoonful of Imagination
(17) Beginner’s Math Manipulatives Basket from Meet Penny
(18) Welcome Spring: Gardening Basket from Abundant Life
(19) Healthy Living Basket from The Encouraging Home
(20) Mom’s Pampering Basket from Teaching Mama

(21) Kid’s Gardening Basket from Momma Hopper
(22) The Gift of Parenting Basket from Teachers of Good Things
(23) Preschool Crafts Basket from It’s Gravy, Baby!
(24) All the Extras – Electives and Enrichment Basket from Curriculum Choice
(25) Homeschool Mom Basket Case Basket from Classic Housewife

Unit Studies by Amanda Bennett: Your Passport to Learning Adventures!

About Hodgepodgemom

Tricia faces a daily dose of chaos homeschooling five children. The biggest lesson she’s learned? At the end of the day – when the dishes are put away and the children are tucked in bed – truly what matters is each child’s relationship with the Lord. Raising children is a God-given privilege and, folks, the time is short.


  1. Oh! We are loving the art tutorials, but as a foodie, I’m always looking for new recipes.
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  2. The art tutorials would definitely help me more. Thanks for the chance!
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  3. The new recipes would help me more with my regular household list of things to do but the art tutorials would help me with my list of ways to unwind. So, they would both help me. :-)

  4. The art tutorials, cooking I am fine with, art, not so much.
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  5. The art tutorials
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  6. Karen Rogers says:

    Oooh! What a great hodgepodge! My son is an artist who’s mama is always looking for ways to make cooking dinner easier, more nutritious, and tasty. Thanks for the chance!

  7. Shannon C says:

    I have been eying the Slow Cooker Batch Cooking Book.

  8. Art tutorials are great! But I love new recipes as well.. I just can’t decide :)

  9. I think that they’d equally help since I do a lot of cooking and barely use my slow cooker but would like to and because I am incorporating more chalk pastels into our lessons at home.

  10. sherrie mckinney says:

    Both will actually be helpful. I’m always looking for new recipes and I have 3 crockpots so I like making my entire meal in them w/ less clean up

    and all of my children love to draw and are artistic. So having a new art program for them will be awesome!

  11. I am a blog and Pinterest follower….BECAUSE…..of all the great art ideas and recipes you provide. I have been committed to provide more art time for our homeschool during this last year, and because that takes up a little extra time, I need help with dinner, too! LOL! This basket is for ME! Wish I had all day to spend entering for all the other great baskets. Such a fun idea!

  12. Melissa D says:

    Oh, cooking. My biggest struggle of being a woman. :( I have tried making dinner at lunch, and that seems to help, but I need all the inspiration I can get.

  13. We have the art tutorials, and LOVE them! But I’m always looking for more recipes! Thanks for this offer!

  14. /I would love some watercolour art tutorials as I have no clue what I’m doing :0)
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  15. I love your simple recipes, and Nana’s art lessons!

  16. i can always new inspiriation in the recipie department.

  17. Pam Frohn says:

    I love the art tutorials!

  18. I didn’t read directions! Sorry! I have a son interested in the art things, but I love new meal ideas. The school/family room is decorated with birds and eggs and nests.

  19. Oh, this is a tough question! I suppose I would say the art tutorials. Art is like therapy around here, and it is something everyone can and will enjoy! The recipies it would be a hit and miss as to whether everyone would enjoy them…

  20. Oh what a wonderful basket!!!

  21. Art tutorials! I love ’em. I’m completely not capable in that area, so any help is good!

  22. Sabrina L says:

    What an amazing giveaway!!! I think the cook book would help me more. I would to have one of these baskets! Bloggers that give with receive so much more when they give. I read some of your blog……AWESOME stuff!!

  23. Nancy Mosley says:

    Right now just trying to find recipes that help the grocery budget but feed my family of 6 (two of them teenagers) is always helpful.

  24. I am not an artist so I need all the help I can get! And I LOVE new recipes!

  25. I have been so interested in your art books. I will get them some day, even if I don’t win. I would love to win of course!

  26. Recipes – especially slow cooker recipes
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  27. Teresa M. says:

    My kids love working with chalk pastels, so an ebook with ideas would be super helpful for lessons.

  28. We just did the volcano art tutorial last week and loved it. I was so happy with the results and so were the kids! We would be thrilled to win the ebook!
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  29. yes :) always looking for new recipes to try with the kids

  30. We recently found your website and your art tutorials. FABULOUS! is the first word that comes to mind. Lifesaver for art is another. Thank you so much for all your work in putting it all together. Say thanks to Nana too!!

  31. Christine says:

    Art tutorials are very helpful to me. I have a daughter that loves art, and I still draw stick people (and don’t have the desire to do any more than that). So I need to rely on other people’s strengths. Thanks for the giveaway.

  32. New art pastels, I just started using them with my boys this year based on your tutorials. We’ve really enjoyed them!

  33. I have loved both your recipes and your art tutorials so much. The art tutorials have changed the way our whole family feels about using chalk pastels.
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  34. My kids are always happy when I connect a lesson or holiday with a recipe or an art project, I’m always on the lookout for recipes and art lesson plans. Thanks!

  35. Both would help tremendously. We love art and that would be fun, but I struggle with cooking so the recipes would be useful.

  36. The art supplies – my daughter would love that. I always love new recipes – but I have a million of them to try (not that I couldn’t use more!).
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  37. What a fun giveaway! I love it!

  38. Brenda Torres says:

    Art tutorials — because my husband is the cook!

  39. I need art tutorials, desperately. I also use my crockpot a lot and need new recipes!

  40. Tough question, but I think art tutorials because I’m really lacking in that area, tho I always love great recipes too!

  41. I definitely think art tutorials will help me – I am just starting to incorporate more art into our homeschool routine, and I definitely need some help in this area! And as for recipes…trying new recipes is one of my favorite things!

  42. My recipes have become boring to me. And I got an art easel and a few charcoal pencils two Christmases ago and haven’t done much with them. Pastels would really help.

  43. I think the tutorials will be great because I stink at art, but my children have potential in that area.

  44. jeanine feldkamp says:

    new recipes because i’m more interested in cooking than art.

  45. Angie Peterson says:

    Any recipe that can be made in a crock pot is helpful because they are SO EASY! I love crock pot cooking

  46. Hodgepodge art tutorials revolutionized the joy in our homeschool. Truly. It helped me gain a new attitude toward art! I already bought the simple starts book, immediately when it came out–I would share this copy with a friend :) I would LOVE the cook books and pastels, those are on our family wishlist! Thanks HodgePodge!

  47. I love trying out new recipes. Thanks for the chance to win.

  48. Joan Winkler says:

    We have two sons w/artistic abilities (none of it came from their me…lol), so I think the art things would be helpful to/for them.
    I’m always looking for new meals to trip (esp. if they’re simple & “fast”…..lol)

    Thanks for the chance of entering.

  49. Gabreial W. says:

    Thank you! This is one of my favorite blogs. I love the art tutorials and yes, they will be helpful in our school.

  50. Both would be a blessing! We do have a food-allergic guy in the house, who is wonderfully entranced with art projects, so it may be that the art stuff would be that much more awesome. However, new recipes that can be tweaked for the little man’s needs are always welcome! Thank you for the opportunity!

  51. joey roberts says:

    i need all of the help with art that i can get!

  52. Oh what a wonderful basket. This would be a wonderful addition to our classroom.

    Thanks for all your ideas and help.

  53. The art tutorials are inspiring and encouraging me to incorporate more art into our homeschool! I’m also trying to change our diet to real food and foods that heal, but are also fast and easy, so I love having new recipes to try! I love them both. You can’t go wrong. :)

  54. Caron Norton says:

    Both would be great I definitely use the recipes. I am planning to start the tutorials next school year.

  55. Anything you offer will be top notch in this family. We love the art tutorials and are slowing incorporating them. After this year the art program we have been using will be over and I look forward to using more of the tutorials you have. And with two budding artists, we are having fun. Even I can make decent looking things now too. Thank you for a great give away.

  56. We are a crafty bunch with big appetites at our house. My kids love the art ideas and I love the meal ideas so it is really hard to make a choice. Thanks for all of the great information you share!

  57. Christine M says:

    My kids will like the art materials more, but I’d love the slow cooker ideas, and I’m always on the look out for new recipes!

  58. Art tutorials would be more beneficial to us.

  59. The new art tutorials would be a blessing for my seven year old son, Adam who is just starting to learn this medium!!!!

  60. I have never taught any type of chalk art to my children ages 5 & 6 but, would love to add this to our homeschool curriculum. Also, I am always on the the lookout for new recipes! Thank you for this great giveaway! Happy Easter :)

  61. We plan to begin homeschooling in the fall. I would love both art tutorials & new recipe ideas! I think both would help me when we begin this journey. Thanks for the chance to win!

  62. I would love more art tutorials to teach my little ones. Not ever learning to do any art myself, it is very daunting.
    Thank you for all you do.

  63. I for sure need new recipes. My family gets tired of my 6 or 7 regular meals!

  64. I love Hodgepodge! I am new to homeschooling and often feel like I am not doing enough or good enough. I am often encouraged by Tricia and her posts. My children would love to learn the art and I would like to learn it all. Thank you for the opportunity!

  65. Yes, I think new recipes would still help me, one of my hobbies is trying new ones with my family. I really enjoy art tutorials for my self and to teach my children a lot lately.;so any new ones would be great!
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  66. That’s a hard one. I like the art tutorials better, but I’m constantly looking for cheap and easy ways to get dinner on the table.
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  67. Jennifer H says:

    Oops, got confused and said I commented without commenting. For me, I think art tutorials because my son is just getting really into art.

  68. My kids love art. Mom is not an artist so the tutorials would be great. Then again Iike easy meal ideas.
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  69. I’ve not been able to work through all your art tutorials yet, and so I vote for more recipes! I love all the things you pull together in this HodgePodge site of yours :0) Thank you!
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  70. The children and I enjoy doing Nana’s tutorials; and would love to win this basket. Having an original piece of art by Nana is icing on the cake.

  71. I am always looking for unique idea for both crafts &slow cooker meals. This would be awesome!

  72. I would love more supplies and books to help teach the kids art!

  73. Kelly Terrell says:

    I would absolutely love to win this. We just did the bubbles and tornado tutorial yesterday! My two daughters had a blast! So did I!

  74. art tutorials for sure!

  75. I love tutorials. They help me to see what people are talking about instead of guessing while I read it in a book. Tutorials are great!

  76. Thank you very much for the awesome posts! Great inspiration and guidance all the time! I love pastels and as someone who struggles with natural ability your art tutorials get me going in the right direction!

  77. I am always on the look put for new and simple recipes to try.

  78. Hmmm? Tough question! I guess I would have to say recipes right now because of my goal to cook for my family every night.

  79. Lauren Thomas says:

    i think the art as i like ideas for my highschooler

  80. I can always use new recipes! But I really LOVE the art! My kids love it too! Your blog is one of my favorites! :)

  81. My son loves art. This giveaway would be awesome for us! I am interested in teaching him chalk pastels but I don’t even know where to begin. I love crafts but know so very little about chalk pastels and this would be so helpful.

  82. Yes, they will help me more!

  83. Abi Cochran says:

    I would love to win the basket!

  84. Leslie M.P. says:

    Oh, what a decision! We love the tutorials, but I’m always needing ideas for my menu plan.

  85. Love the basket! Love the website!! :)

  86. Christina says:

    Art tutorials. I already have more recipes to try than I can get around to but I need help doing homeschool art.

  87. barb sheffer says:

    Daughter loves art…I’m a stuck in a rut cook….Hard choice!

  88. All I can say is WOW! Art is the best.

  89. Shannon H says:

    The slow cooker batch cooking would be a huge help…especially with number 3 on the way!

  90. <3 Hodgepoge!! DD loves pastels, thanks to y'all!! Would love to win you pastel e-book, the pastel set (we are using grandmas, which are all in Florida colors) and the original pastel bird nest by Nana!! We would also would also be thrilled to win your yummy cookbooks!! The duct tape wallet totally intrigues me – what a clever DD you have indeed! =)

  91. I have a budding artist and we need help! I am not an artist and need to provide this poor child with some quality art instruction.

  92. Missy Robinson says:

    I would love new art tutorials!

  93. yes on both! for the grandkids

  94. So hard to say which would help MORE my kids complain when they’re “bored” with what I’m cooking and they complain when they don’t like my art projects :) We can really use help with both.

  95. I think the recipes will help me more because I’m art-challenged. But my daughter loves art and so she would be thrilled with the art part of the prize.

  96. Whitney S. says:

    I’m hoping for the new recipes!

  97. Adair Bates says:

    I would have to say the recipes would help more. I am constantly struggling with throwing dinner together. Mainly because I have just run out of ideas. I have recently discovered a love for my crock pot and would love to have some more recipes to use it for.

  98. I would say art, because that’s where I need the most help for ideas.
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  99. Tracey M. says:

    At this point . . . I would say the art would be more helpful. However, my hubby was asking if I would start making some crock pot meals to save time. I love collecting new recipes so this basket gives me the best of both worlds. My daughter would really benefit from the chalk pastel book. She loves art! Thank you for this opportunity!

  100. Colleen Schilinski says:

    Recipes – I am not that into tutorials all that much.

  101. Recipes. As a busy mom I don’t have much time for inventing my own.
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  102. Jessica A. says:

    Both will help me! I love art and always wanted to learn to draw and I would love to learn new recipes as well! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  103. Amazing giveaway!!!

  104. I think the art tutorials would help me more. I’m a good cook but teaching my kids art skills – beyond just exploring different materials – is much harder for me!

  105. I LOVE cookbooks – and I am always looking for new recipes!

    As someone who cannot do artsy things to save my life – art supplies for my kiddos would be amazing! :-)

  106. With our busy schedule and lesson plan epic fails, art tutorials would be more beneficial to me and mine. I love to cook, and are family has specific dietary needs, so I’m good on recipes.

  107. Michelle E. says:

    Art tutorials as I am really bad at getting in those fun subjects!

  108. I’ll have to say the recipes—-have enjoyed seeing some of your ideas.

  109. Christina Hirst says:

    New art materials!!! We have been lacking in our art curriculum and I always am looking to your site for projects. I’ve tried to get in on the Tuesday Sketches, but we’re not consistent…yet!

  110. We are always looking for new recipes! I love to cook, but as a season comes to an end, I find I am always struggling to find something “different” to make and end up getting bored with meals. New recipes help shake the doldrums of cooking that start to show up after weeks of similar meals. :)

  111. Art , because I can always use my slow cooker- I’d rather help my kids make something beautiful. :)

  112. My daughter loves anything art and we love to cook. This is awesome!

  113. I am always in need of new recipes! Thanks!

  114. Recipes… I love to cook!
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  115. I enjoy cooking and my daughter likes art!
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  116. Amber Winslow says:

    Great Basket!

  117. The art tutorials will definitely be the biggest help to us. I struggle a bit with art and so we don’t do nearly enough around here. I only discovered your site today but I am already loving it so much, thank you!

  118. Hi – I’m always looking for new and easier recipes and different foods to cook for my family, and I would LOVE to receive your cookbooks. The art tutorials would inspire new and different ways for my homeschooled grandchildren. Thanks!

  119. I just found your site and I am enthralled with the idea of starting chalks with my children. Oh! I am in love! :) Thank you so very, very much for the entry to win this gift basket. This is so wonderful! :)

  120. My crock pot is my best home schooling friend! Always looking for new recipes :)

  121. Michelle Knopp says:

    I personally would love the recipes more, but I would share this with my 11 year old son. He is a budding art enthusiast.

  122. We love the tutorials! Keep ’em comin!
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  123. I always needs ideas for new recipes. Thanks!

  124. Jennifer Cantner says:

    I would have to say both! I struggle with teaching art to my kids, because I don’t feel very talented in that area. I’m always looking for ways to make putting good food on the table for my family easier.

  125. The art tutorials will a very good help for my kids and , I would love to try new meal ideas.

  126. I love new recipes because I like to keep life interesting :).

  127. Christina says:

    Great supplies for my budding artists.

  128. I love your art tutorials and I would love to see even more of them!

  129. I am forever looking for new recipes so this would be wonderful!

  130. Rebecca Barry says:

    I just found you and would love, love, love more art tutorials! We just started nature journals and love the idea of using chalk pastels in them! But I do love to cook to (as do my kids) so what ever you create and share we will love!

  131. Holly Schwartz says:

    Art tutorials would help more at the moment. My daughter is very interested in art.

    All the best,

    Holly In Kentucky

  132. New recipes:)

  133. I try to use new recipes often, to mix things up!

  134. I can’t really decide because I would LOVE to learn more about the art. But it would be good to have more Southern recipes. I need help. ;D
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  135. Recipes, because my family is sick of the same things we always eat
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  136. New recipes would help to give us new ideas and get us out of the cooking rut we are in. But the art supplies would be helpful to my children that want to learn more art things.
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  137. new art tutorials as I’m a pretty good cook, but art completely baffles me

  138. Sarah Hall says:

    New recipes :)

  139. New recipes would help me (the family) more…. But…. Art lessons would help my DD who is very creative! LOVE the bird nest art work!! Beautiful.

  140. Kelly Schmidt says:

    Any thing ART will help my homeschool kiddos…. we go thru a lot of it!

  141. Thanks for the fun – looks fabulous!!!

  142. Recipes, because I’m a terrible cook!!

  143. Alvina Castro says:

    I think new recipes will help me more because I love to cook at home and want more ideas

  144. I don’t know which one would be more helpful, but the art tutorials sound like more fun!
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  145. Kathleen P. says:

    I would like to see more art tutorials. That is an are of our homeschooling I would like to improve.

  146. I’m completely unartistic and that probably won’t ever change, but with 4 kids that have to eat, recipes are always useful! :)
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  147. Tammy Kindig says:

    Yes…I am always looking for new recipes to try….I am from the South and now live in the North…so I just love Southern comfort food cooking. My son loves Art and is very good, I on the other hand am not so any help I can get in that area is much appreciated.

  148. I think that new art tutorials would help me the most. I already have a ton of recipes and would love more (I’m a kitchen junkie), but art would probably benefit me the most because I have next to nothing in that area!!

  149. Definitely the recipes – although I will check out the art tutorials.

  150. I’d like the check out the e-books! I’m always looking for new recipes and slow cooker recipes would be great this summer.
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  151. I just started homeschooling my children this year. Three of my girls were in talented art when they were in public school, so I would love to have the tutorials to help them reach their ART potential!!

  152. Elizabeth B says:

    Actually, I like both! Recipes for me, but art tutorials for my girls!

  153. Art tutorials for sure! My kids love the art tutorials here and I don’t like to cook. Such an easy choice for me.

  154. Geraldine Beard says:

    Art Tutorials and Recipes, both great forms of Art !! Who can decide?

  155. Danielle Hull says:

    I think the art tutorials will help me more. I already cook every day, but we don’t do art on a regular basis. Thanks!

  156. Yes, new recipes would help me. I get tired of making and eating the same stuff so I am always looking and trying new recipes. Then I mark them if we liked them, didn’t like, or ok. I want to do more crock pot dinners. Makes life more easy.

  157. Cathy Brannan says:

    We love you site and I love the art ideas and the chalking ideas, thanks for the drawing!

  158. art tutorials!! because there’s soooo many recipes out there but art tutorials, not so much!
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  159. New art directions would help me a lot, since I have a few girls who love art.

  160. Art- because my kids love art

  161. The art tutorials sound so neat! I don’t take the time to enjoy art like I used to!

  162. I’m always looking for new recipes and ways to save. We can always learn new things.

  163. Yes, I think new recipes and art tutorials will help me. Recipes, because we love to try new recipes and anything that makes life easier is good. Art turtorials, well, my children aree very talented art wise and I’m not so much. Not sure where they got their talent, so me teaching art doesn’t go well. :/

  164. I would love the recipes because I am teaching my younger girls to cook more often….my oldest cooker is leaving home in a few weeks to get married.

    The chalk art books would be wonderful for my youngest daughter and husband. My husband has always wanted to do chalk art.

    Thank you!

  165. We can always use new recipes. Our regular meals get boring after a while and I love to use my crock pot! The art supplies will be a nice blessing this time of year when our supplies are beginning to look a bit tired to say the least.
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  166. Personally I prefer art tutorials. there are so many recipe’s out there, I feel a bit overwhelmed, and I love art.

    thanks for this giveaway!

    hugs x
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  167. My son loves to draw and I feel like I don’t know how to teach him. He has tried pastels and know he would enjoy learning more.

  168. April Claggett says:

    I would love some great slow cooker recipies and have always been intrigued by pastels but unsure “how” to use them.

  169. Art tutorials! I don’t need recipes since I create plenty of my own :)
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  170. I think the chalk tutorials will help me. WE have used them and my daughter loves them! It makes it simple to do art without any planning.

  171. Both! I would love a new art project for the Kids to do while I cook a new recipe

  172. For Us we love the step by step tutorials . And I love it when you put pictures with the recipes because I know what Im making SHOULD look like..hehe

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