Have you ever learned a really awesome homemaker tip from someone that revolutionized your home or kitchen in some fashion?
I did! I remember one time I was in Target looking at the gadgets – you know, the kitchen tools like can-openers, whisks, spatulas, etc? An elderly lady walked up out of nowhere and shared with me the best trick ever – out of the blue – just quite random…then left. Want to hear it?
She told me that if I were to take a wooden spoon and place it across a pan of boiling potatoes that it wouldn’t boil over. WHAT!?! Did she know I always trashed my flat top cooking stove when the water boiled over every time I made mashed potatoes?
So, that is what we are looking for here. The BEST tip you have EVER been given – that REALLY works! You can enter up to 5 Tips, but they have to be legitimate. They can be related to anything that would make a keeper at home’s life a little easier.
We will have a panel of three judges that will each pick their top 3 tips. Then we will try out the tips and if they pass the test, we will vote to pick the winning tip!
The homemaker who gives us the BEST tip will win a $100 gift certificate to Bulk Herb Store or Amazon.
A Special Thank you to the bloggers below who are helping to promote this Homemaker Contest! Please checkout their websites!
We will also draw one RANDOM winner to win a $25 CurrClick Gift Certificate
– So we encourage you to do the EXTRA ENTRIES!!!
This giveaway will end on 10-21-13. After it ends we will take 2 weeks to sift
through the entries and then the judges will collaborate and select a winner.
Enter your best tips using the Giveaway Widget below! If you leave them in comments, it will not be counted.
I am closing comments because the tips are supposed to be entered above in the giveaway widget.
Carrie Fernandez is the founder of Homeschool Giveaways and owner of Daily Skill Building. She has been homeschooling for over 18 years, has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.