Monday, July 22, 2013

A Great Time to Join Lilla Rose--Free Shipping!


Blessed Homemaking has recently partnered with Lilla Rose because easy, beautiful hairstyles just go well with busy homemakers who still want to look pretty and feminine.  If you've also thought about joining Lilla Rose as a consultant, now is the perfect time to do so because they are offering free shipping on all enrollment orders placed between Monday July 22nd through Wednesday July 31st.  This is a business you can even do with your children, especially if you have daughters.  My daughters love to wear their "hair jewelry".  When you become a consultant, you can also purchase your flexis and other hair accessories from Lilla Rose at a discount.  You can join Lilla Rose as a consultant for only $49.95.

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9 comments:

mom2seven said...

If we start with the Party Kit, can we select the five clip styles and sizes that we prefer for the samples?

Blessed Homemaking said...

No, you don't select the styles. You get 1 mini, 1 extra small, 1 small, 1 medium, and 1 large, plus a lot of tools to market your business (like brochures, business cards, etc.) We were happy about all the ones we got though--very pretty! You are sent the different sizes in order to show others what the best size is for them.

Jayne Marti said...

I live in Australia and have been trying for ages to find a way to buy Lilla Rose in Australia! I have super thick, super long hair and absolutely none of the clips available here will hold it! Do you know of any way to purchase in Australia? Thanks, Jayne

Anonymous said...

Hi. I just gave up blogging, but I saw your comment on "A Godly Homemaker" and I would like to say, that we too, are not allowed to have animals in our county where I live. Such as, no goats, chickens....but there is no word about rabbits in our county law. So we have 3 rabbits that we keep outside (give hay in their raised hutches in the winter...they keep warm...summer is actually harder on rabbits then winter). Rabbits, if allowed, are very good, and were used during depression times...A family would raise them and sell to neighbors. We separate our rabbits...they fight. (just for your info).

Blessed Homemaking said...

Hi, thank you for taking the time to come here and comment and share the info. I did not know rabbits would be good as I thought they'd yield very little meat.

Blessed Homemaking said...

Hi Jayne,
I would be willing to mail them to you if you are willing to pay the cost of clips plus shipping them to you. You can email me at: blessedhomemaking(at)gmail.com
You would just pay me through Paypal.

Anonymous said...

Hi again! I forgot to sign my name, I am Andrea. I normally am not using the computer much...trying to simplify. Little meat, but very proliferate little creatures! We love having rabbits for pets. I like Storeys' guides. This book (below) on amazon is basic, covering alot But I also like their individual books. We have the one on rabbits, and that writer is geared towards how to raise for eating. You can get info online, but some info is not correct (as we accidentally lost one rabbit from feeding greens...no greens to rabbits under 1 year of age,) plus today's rabbit store food is the best formula,(and is hard to bite, which keeps their teeth from growing) and we just buy the cheapest brand, our oldest rabbit is 11 years old. Good brand of books:
http://www.amazon.com/Storeys-Basic-Country-Skills-Self-Reliance/dp/1580172024

Anonymous said...

I should add, that we raise rabbits as pets. And my husband built our heavy-duty cages on stilts so you can clean under daily. (And I would never keep rabbits inside, except if you want to keep a baby rabbit in for a couple months in a plastic container cage). The only reason I mention them, as if things get like depression times, I think it is good to study what people did back then, because that would be a more practical approach if need-be in the future. Andrea

Blessed Homemaking said...

Thank you for the info, Andrea.