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Lovelies: Summer Freebies
A few freebies that I wanted to share:
Amazon.com is offering a free 30-day trial membership to Amazon prime, which includes not only 2-day shipping on any order (no minimum order size) but also the ability to borrow books from the Kindle Owners' Lending Library (one free book per month), and instantly watch over 40,000 movies and TV episodes. The price for Amazon Prime is $79 a year, so be sure to cancel before the 30 days is over to avoid being charged. Click here to sign up for the promotion: Join Amazon Prime - Watch Over 40,000 Movies
Ancestry.com is offering a free search of the 1940 U.S. census for the month of July! Click here: 4th of July Special: FREE 1940 Census Search at Ancestry.com!
Education.com has a one-month trial to print unlimited worksheets using the code TRIAL. They have both $5 and $7 (a month) memberships available if you want to keep a membership. I have used this site in the past (you can print 10 worksheets a month for free without a membership) and right now I am signed up for the trial so that I can print more color by letter worksheets for my 5-year-old. I do not know when this coupon code expires.
Creative Live has some great online photography courses coming up! These are live classes that you can watch live for free (they are available to purchase as well so that you can watch them later).
I just signed up for two classes:
Children's Posing Guide: Wednesday July 10th - July 12th
Food Photography with Andrew Scrivani: Friday: July 19th - July 21st. I was excited to see this; I love Scrivani's guide to photographing soup!
Lastly, not a freebie, but a great deal:
One of my readers, Rocio, alerted me to a great deal at Wawak, where I buy sewing supplies. She said, "Just wanted to let you know I received a copy of Threads magazine today. It has an ad for Wawak: $20 off your order of $40 or more. The code is THREADS913; it is good until Sept 30,2013." Wawak is having a sale on a few things through tomorrow on top of their already amazing low prices. Be sure to check out their July sales on their home page as well. Wawak is where I buy thread, buttons, and more for my sewing projects.