Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Wraptastic a great way to keep food fresh #Giveaway

 With the 4th of July coming up with that brings the season of BBQ’s, cookouts and picnics. This is the time you want to keep your food fresh, and enjoy what you make. I would like to introduce you all to a new product Wraptastic, a great way to keep food fresh. Here is a little more information about the Wraptastic from the website:



Wraptasticis a brand new kitchen tool that is a must have for summertime entertaining. Plastic wrap and foil can be so frustrating, yet they are necessary for transporting food outside and shielding it from bugs and dirt.  Wraptastic eliminates kitchen battles by providing a safe and easy to use container for all of your wrapping materials. From foil to plastic wrap to wax paper, Wraptastic can handle all of your wrapping needs. The stainless steel blade is recessed to protect fingers, while the rubber feet of the dispenser hold it in place while in use.



Wraptastic eliminates kitchen battles by providing a safe and easy to use container for all of your wrapping materials. From foil to plastic wrap to wax paper, Wraptastic can handle all of your wrapping needs. The stainless steel blade is recessed to protect fingers, while the rubber feet of the dispenser hold it in place while in use. 



  • Use with any wrap – Works with wax paper, plastic wrap, aluminum foil and more!
  • Spring loaded – Easily pop wrap rolls in and out
  • Safe – Stainless steel blade is recessed to protect fingers
  • Steady – Rubber feet hold in place on counters, tables, etc
  • Easy to Store – Fits in most kitchen drawers



I love to have picnics at my house, so when I had was contacted to try out a Wraptastic, I was excited this would be a great way to keep my food fresh and nicely wrapped. But would it work? Sure you see a lot of things on TV, they look good and are great ideas but they don’t work as well as you thought they would. But the Wraptastic is different! I was very happy to try this out and find out that I  really does work, the Wraptastic is easy to use, and it kept my fruit fresh and my items on the table were nicely covered until they were ready to use. 

The Wraptastic fits nicely in a drawer for easy storage. The Wraptastic, is affordable at only $10.99 each. They are offering a great promotion on the site now, buy one Wraptastic get one free, so you can share it with a friend or family member or just keep the extra for yourself. I am very happy with my Wraptastic, I am sure you will love this too. Make sure to order one today.



The generous folks at Wraptastic are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a Wraptastic of their own. Would you like to win? Please visit the Wraptastic site, take a look around then come back here and tell me something you learned from the site. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.



Buy it:
You can purchase a Wraptastic for $10.99 (plus shipping) online



Win it:
One winner will win a Wraptastic


Do you have a little girl ages 8 to 12, and are you looking for a magazine that they will love that is age appropriate, and fun? Well I would like to tell you all about a great magazine from American Girl. Did you know that American Girl had a magazine, well they do and they are celebrating 20 years of the magazine this year!
Read more at http://www.susansdisneyfamily.com/2013/01/american-girl-magazine-turns-20-and-is.html#Kv0S15gSOKt5QY5Q.99
Do you have a little girl ages 8 to 12, and are you looking for a magazine that they will love that is age appropriate, and fun? Well I would like to tell you all about a great magazine from American Girl. Did you know that American Girl had a magazine, well they do and they are celebrating 20 years of the magazine this year! —Nation’s Largest Magazine for Girls Celebrates 20 Years of Fun!— "This January, American Girl®, an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, celebrates 20 great years of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging girls to dream big dreams. “From the start, American Girl has always been about celebrating our readers,” says Barbara Stretchberry, executive editor of American Girl. “We’re excited about turning 20 and look forward to a whole year full of birthday surprises for our readers!” The January/February 2013 issue kicks off the magazine’s yearlong birthday celebration with a special Cover Contest. Girls ages 8 to 13 can enter to win a chance to appear on the cover of the 2013 Best of AG special issue of American Girl. The contest centers on friendship, and to enter, two girls can submit the story of their unique friendship. One pair of friends will be selected to appear on the cover. Entries must be postmarked by February 28, 2013. For more information, visit www.americangirlmagazine.com beginning January 1, 2013. In keeping with the birthday theme, the January/February issue also features fun party ideas like creating your own party by mixing and matching our tips, ideas for frosting a cake, and true birthday tales from American Girl readers. As a salute to the past 20 years, the magazine includes fun facts about American Girl and its readers, a “Then and Now” section that looks back at how girls’ lives have changed over the past two decades. In addition, the issue includes all of the American Girl favorites from stories of real girls to advice for girls’ biggest “Help!” questions. In a culture that often pressures girls to grow up too quickly, American Girl remains committed to serving the developing interests of girls by affirming their self-esteem, celebrating their achievements, and fostering their creativity. And, with over 1,000,000 pieces of reader mail received since 1993, the magazine has proven itself a valued forum of advice and entertainment for its readers. As one former subscriber writes, “I am 19 years old, but I was a HUGE American Girl fan when I was younger. The magazine was a significant, inspirational part of my childhood that showed me how to become a confident young woman. Now that I’m older, I am using that confidence to follow my dreams.” American Girl magazine is available nationally in retail bookstores and on newsstands, as well as by subscription through the American Girl catalogue. Call 1-800-234-1278 for subscription information." ABOUT AMERICAN GIRL MAGAZINE Created as an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, American Girl—an award-winning, bi-monthly publication—is rich with colorful illustrations and photography, award-winning fiction and nonfiction, games, crafts, and party ideas. In addition to articles about real girls and their achievements, the magazine includes regular departments like “Help!” and “Behind the Scenes” that invite reader participation and allow girls to share advice and ideas about issues that concern them. Since its launch in 1992, the magazine’s circulation has grown to more than 450,000 subscribers and is ranked among the top 10 children’s magazines in the nation and is the largest magazine dedicated exclusively to girls. American Girl Brands is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel, (NASDAQ:MAT, www.mattel.com), the world’s leading toy company. Since American Girl’s inception in 1986, the company has devoted its entire business to celebrating the potential of girls ages 3 to 12. Our Take My daughter is growing up so fast, I cannot believe that she is already eight years old, in second grade and reading up a storm… What happened to my little baby, it is amazing how fast time flies! We were very fortunate to be able to check out the latest issue of the American Girl magazine the special Jan./Feb. 2013 issue, with this issue they are celebrating their 20th anniversary. 20 years wow! If you are doing something for that many years you are doing something right. I have never been introduced to the magazine before, so I was excited to check it out (yes I am just a kid at heart) with my daughter. My daughter just loved flipping through the magazine,(she did more than flip though.. she read the entire magazine!) There were so very many things she loved in the magazine. [Pin on Pinterest] She loved the various activities. And I loved that this magazine was age appropriate, it was filled with great info and things tweens like my daughter will love. The magazine helps boost self-esteem for these young ladies, you are special and we know it. It encourages the kids to be imaginative and creative. My daughter just loves art and this magazines crafts speak to her, and she can’t wait to try them. This is not a one and done magazine, after my daughter read through the magazine she picked it up over and over to check it out again and again. America Girl shared some great magazine facts with me, I can see why this great magazine has been around for so long: 441,000 -- Total circulation of American Girl. 134 -- Number of girls who have appeared on the cover of American Girl. 10.5 -- Average age of American Girl readers. 1,006,271 -- Number of letters and emails received since American Girl started in 1993. [Pin on Pinterest] That is an amazing amount of letters, little girls really love the magazine and appreciate the advice. This issue mentions a wonderful cover girl contest that you can enter. My daughter is excited to enter the cover girl contest… saying, why can’t I be on the cover. Well of course you can try you have just a good of chance of winning as anyone else. If your daughter would like to enter make sure to pick up the current issue and your child may have the chance to be on the cover of the November/December issue. This would be amazing to win, so make sure to enter the "National Cover Contest" now. With valentine’s day right around the corner, this would be a great gift for that special girl who is your valentine. She will love the crafts and great ideas this magazine provides. The magazine is a better gift than candy this valentine’s day and it is better for your teeth. That special someone will just love it. And you can visit this site, to purchase this great magazine for young girls. My daughter has asked for a subscription, and I just may surprise my little valentine with a subscription, I know she will love it and I will too. Buy it: If you would like to purchase a subscription the costs are: Just $22.95 for one year or $37.00 for two years. Save up to 40% off the single copy price! Subscribe here
Read more at http://www.susansdisneyfamily.com/2013/01/american-girl-magazine-turns-20-and-is.html#Kv0S15gSOKt5QY5Q.99
Do you have a little girl ages 8 to 12, and are you looking for a magazine that they will love that is age appropriate, and fun? Well I would like to tell you all about a great magazine from American Girl. Did you know that American Girl had a magazine, well they do and they are celebrating 20 years of the magazine this year! —Nation’s Largest Magazine for Girls Celebrates 20 Years of Fun!— "This January, American Girl®, an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, celebrates 20 great years of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging girls to dream big dreams. “From the start, American Girl has always been about celebrating our readers,” says Barbara Stretchberry, executive editor of American Girl. “We’re excited about turning 20 and look forward to a whole year full of birthday surprises for our readers!” The January/February 2013 issue kicks off the magazine’s yearlong birthday celebration with a special Cover Contest. Girls ages 8 to 13 can enter to win a chance to appear on the cover of the 2013 Best of AG special issue of American Girl. The contest centers on friendship, and to enter, two girls can submit the story of their unique friendship. One pair of friends will be selected to appear on the cover. Entries must be postmarked by February 28, 2013. For more information, visit www.americangirlmagazine.com beginning January 1, 2013. In keeping with the birthday theme, the January/February issue also features fun party ideas like creating your own party by mixing and matching our tips, ideas for frosting a cake, and true birthday tales from American Girl readers. As a salute to the past 20 years, the magazine includes fun facts about American Girl and its readers, a “Then and Now” section that looks back at how girls’ lives have changed over the past two decades. In addition, the issue includes all of the American Girl favorites from stories of real girls to advice for girls’ biggest “Help!” questions. In a culture that often pressures girls to grow up too quickly, American Girl remains committed to serving the developing interests of girls by affirming their self-esteem, celebrating their achievements, and fostering their creativity. And, with over 1,000,000 pieces of reader mail received since 1993, the magazine has proven itself a valued forum of advice and entertainment for its readers. As one former subscriber writes, “I am 19 years old, but I was a HUGE American Girl fan when I was younger. The magazine was a significant, inspirational part of my childhood that showed me how to become a confident young woman. Now that I’m older, I am using that confidence to follow my dreams.” American Girl magazine is available nationally in retail bookstores and on newsstands, as well as by subscription through the American Girl catalogue. Call 1-800-234-1278 for subscription information." ABOUT AMERICAN GIRL MAGAZINE Created as an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, American Girl—an award-winning, bi-monthly publication—is rich with colorful illustrations and photography, award-winning fiction and nonfiction, games, crafts, and party ideas. In addition to articles about real girls and their achievements, the magazine includes regular departments like “Help!” and “Behind the Scenes” that invite reader participation and allow girls to share advice and ideas about issues that concern them. Since its launch in 1992, the magazine’s circulation has grown to more than 450,000 subscribers and is ranked among the top 10 children’s magazines in the nation and is the largest magazine dedicated exclusively to girls. American Girl Brands is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel, (NASDAQ:MAT, www.mattel.com), the world’s leading toy company. Since American Girl’s inception in 1986, the company has devoted its entire business to celebrating the potential of girls ages 3 to 12. Our Take My daughter is growing up so fast, I cannot believe that she is already eight years old, in second grade and reading up a storm… What happened to my little baby, it is amazing how fast time flies! We were very fortunate to be able to check out the latest issue of the American Girl magazine the special Jan./Feb. 2013 issue, with this issue they are celebrating their 20th anniversary. 20 years wow! If you are doing something for that many years you are doing something right. I have never been introduced to the magazine before, so I was excited to check it out (yes I am just a kid at heart) with my daughter. My daughter just loved flipping through the magazine,(she did more than flip though.. she read the entire magazine!) There were so very many things she loved in the magazine. [Pin on Pinterest] She loved the various activities. And I loved that this magazine was age appropriate, it was filled with great info and things tweens like my daughter will love. The magazine helps boost self-esteem for these young ladies, you are special and we know it. It encourages the kids to be imaginative and creative. My daughter just loves art and this magazines crafts speak to her, and she can’t wait to try them. This is not a one and done magazine, after my daughter read through the magazine she picked it up over and over to check it out again and again. America Girl shared some great magazine facts with me, I can see why this great magazine has been around for so long: 441,000 -- Total circulation of American Girl. 134 -- Number of girls who have appeared on the cover of American Girl. 10.5 -- Average age of American Girl readers. 1,006,271 -- Number of letters and emails received since American Girl started in 1993. [Pin on Pinterest] That is an amazing amount of letters, little girls really love the magazine and appreciate the advice. This issue mentions a wonderful cover girl contest that you can enter. My daughter is excited to enter the cover girl contest… saying, why can’t I be on the cover. Well of course you can try you have just a good of chance of winning as anyone else. If your daughter would like to enter make sure to pick up the current issue and your child may have the chance to be on the cover of the November/December issue. This would be amazing to win, so make sure to enter the "National Cover Contest" now. With valentine’s day right around the corner, this would be a great gift for that special girl who is your valentine. She will love the crafts and great ideas this magazine provides. The magazine is a better gift than candy this valentine’s day and it is better for your teeth. That special someone will just love it. And you can visit this site, to purchase this great magazine for young girls. My daughter has asked for a subscription, and I just may surprise my little valentine with a subscription, I know she will love it and I will too. Buy it: If you would like to purchase a subscription the costs are: Just $22.95 for one year or $37.00 for two years. Save up to 40% off the single copy price! Subscribe here
Read more at http://www.susansdisneyfamily.com/2013/01/american-girl-magazine-turns-20-and-is.html#Kv0S15gSOKt5QY5Q.99
Do you have a little girl ages 8 to 12, and are you looking for a magazine that they will love that is age appropriate, and fun? Well I would like to tell you all about a great magazine from American Girl. Did you know that American Girl had a magazine, well they do and they are celebrating 20 years of the magazine this year! —Nation’s Largest Magazine for Girls Celebrates 20 Years of Fun!— "This January, American Girl®, an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, celebrates 20 great years of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging girls to dream big dreams. “From the start, American Girl has always been about celebrating our readers,” says Barbara Stretchberry, executive editor of American Girl. “We’re excited about turning 20 and look forward to a whole year full of birthday surprises for our readers!” The January/February 2013 issue kicks off the magazine’s yearlong birthday celebration with a special Cover Contest. Girls ages 8 to 13 can enter to win a chance to appear on the cover of the 2013 Best of AG special issue of American Girl. The contest centers on friendship, and to enter, two girls can submit the story of their unique friendship. One pair of friends will be selected to appear on the cover. Entries must be postmarked by February 28, 2013. For more information, visit www.americangirlmagazine.com beginning January 1, 2013. In keeping with the birthday theme, the January/February issue also features fun party ideas like creating your own party by mixing and matching our tips, ideas for frosting a cake, and true birthday tales from American Girl readers. As a salute to the past 20 years, the magazine includes fun facts about American Girl and its readers, a “Then and Now” section that looks back at how girls’ lives have changed over the past two decades. In addition, the issue includes all of the American Girl favorites from stories of real girls to advice for girls’ biggest “Help!” questions. In a culture that often pressures girls to grow up too quickly, American Girl remains committed to serving the developing interests of girls by affirming their self-esteem, celebrating their achievements, and fostering their creativity. And, with over 1,000,000 pieces of reader mail received since 1993, the magazine has proven itself a valued forum of advice and entertainment for its readers. As one former subscriber writes, “I am 19 years old, but I was a HUGE American Girl fan when I was younger. The magazine was a significant, inspirational part of my childhood that showed me how to become a confident young woman. Now that I’m older, I am using that confidence to follow my dreams.” American Girl magazine is available nationally in retail bookstores and on newsstands, as well as by subscription through the American Girl catalogue. Call 1-800-234-1278 for subscription information." ABOUT AMERICAN GIRL MAGAZINE Created as an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, American Girl—an award-winning, bi-monthly publication—is rich with colorful illustrations and photography, award-winning fiction and nonfiction, games, crafts, and party ideas. In addition to articles about real girls and their achievements, the magazine includes regular departments like “Help!” and “Behind the Scenes” that invite reader participation and allow girls to share advice and ideas about issues that concern them. Since its launch in 1992, the magazine’s circulation has grown to more than 450,000 subscribers and is ranked among the top 10 children’s magazines in the nation and is the largest magazine dedicated exclusively to girls. American Girl Brands is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel, (NASDAQ:MAT, www.mattel.com), the world’s leading toy company. Since American Girl’s inception in 1986, the company has devoted its entire business to celebrating the potential of girls ages 3 to 12. Our Take My daughter is growing up so fast, I cannot believe that she is already eight years old, in second grade and reading up a storm… What happened to my little baby, it is amazing how fast time flies! We were very fortunate to be able to check out the latest issue of the American Girl magazine the special Jan./Feb. 2013 issue, with this issue they are celebrating their 20th anniversary. 20 years wow! If you are doing something for that many years you are doing something right. I have never been introduced to the magazine before, so I was excited to check it out (yes I am just a kid at heart) with my daughter. My daughter just loved flipping through the magazine,(she did more than flip though.. she read the entire magazine!) There were so very many things she loved in the magazine. [Pin on Pinterest] She loved the various activities. And I loved that this magazine was age appropriate, it was filled with great info and things tweens like my daughter will love. The magazine helps boost self-esteem for these young ladies, you are special and we know it. It encourages the kids to be imaginative and creative. My daughter just loves art and this magazines crafts speak to her, and she can’t wait to try them. This is not a one and done magazine, after my daughter read through the magazine she picked it up over and over to check it out again and again. America Girl shared some great magazine facts with me, I can see why this great magazine has been around for so long: 441,000 -- Total circulation of American Girl. 134 -- Number of girls who have appeared on the cover of American Girl. 10.5 -- Average age of American Girl readers. 1,006,271 -- Number of letters and emails received since American Girl started in 1993. [Pin on Pinterest] That is an amazing amount of letters, little girls really love the magazine and appreciate the advice. This issue mentions a wonderful cover girl contest that you can enter. My daughter is excited to enter the cover girl contest… saying, why can’t I be on the cover. Well of course you can try you have just a good of chance of winning as anyone else. If your daughter would like to enter make sure to pick up the current issue and your child may have the chance to be on the cover of the November/December issue. This would be amazing to win, so make sure to enter the "National Cover Contest" now. With valentine’s day right around the corner, this would be a great gift for that special girl who is your valentine. She will love the crafts and great ideas this magazine provides. The magazine is a better gift than candy this valentine’s day and it is better for your teeth. That special someone will just love it. And you can visit this site, to purchase this great magazine for young girls. My daughter has asked for a subscription, and I just may surprise my little valentine with a subscription, I know she will love it and I will too. Buy it: If you would like to purchase a subscription the costs are: Just $22.95 for one year or $37.00 for two years. Save up to 40% off the single copy price! Subscribe here
Read more at http://www.susansdisneyfamily.com/2013/01/american-girl-magazine-turns-20-and-is.html#Kv0S15gSOKt5QY5Q.99
Do you have a little girl ages 8 to 12, and are you looking for a magazine that they will love that is age appropriate, and fun? Well I would like to tell you all about a great magazine from American Girl. Did you know that American Girl had a magazine, well they do and they are celebrating 20 years of the magazine this year! —Nation’s Largest Magazine for Girls Celebrates 20 Years of Fun!— "This January, American Girl®, an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, celebrates 20 great years of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging girls to dream big dreams. “From the start, American Girl has always been about celebrating our readers,” says Barbara Stretchberry, executive editor of American Girl. “We’re excited about turning 20 and look forward to a whole year full of birthday surprises for our readers!” The January/February 2013 issue kicks off the magazine’s yearlong birthday celebration with a special Cover Contest. Girls ages 8 to 13 can enter to win a chance to appear on the cover of the 2013 Best of AG special issue of American Girl. The contest centers on friendship, and to enter, two girls can submit the story of their unique friendship. One pair of friends will be selected to appear on the cover. Entries must be postmarked by February 28, 2013. For more information, visit www.americangirlmagazine.com beginning January 1, 2013. In keeping with the birthday theme, the January/February issue also features fun party ideas like creating your own party by mixing and matching our tips, ideas for frosting a cake, and true birthday tales from American Girl readers. As a salute to the past 20 years, the magazine includes fun facts about American Girl and its readers, a “Then and Now” section that looks back at how girls’ lives have changed over the past two decades. In addition, the issue includes all of the American Girl favorites from stories of real girls to advice for girls’ biggest “Help!” questions. In a culture that often pressures girls to grow up too quickly, American Girl remains committed to serving the developing interests of girls by affirming their self-esteem, celebrating their achievements, and fostering their creativity. And, with over 1,000,000 pieces of reader mail received since 1993, the magazine has proven itself a valued forum of advice and entertainment for its readers. As one former subscriber writes, “I am 19 years old, but I was a HUGE American Girl fan when I was younger. The magazine was a significant, inspirational part of my childhood that showed me how to become a confident young woman. Now that I’m older, I am using that confidence to follow my dreams.” American Girl magazine is available nationally in retail bookstores and on newsstands, as well as by subscription through the American Girl catalogue. Call 1-800-234-1278 for subscription information." ABOUT AMERICAN GIRL MAGAZINE Created as an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, American Girl—an award-winning, bi-monthly publication—is rich with colorful illustrations and photography, award-winning fiction and nonfiction, games, crafts, and party ideas. In addition to articles about real girls and their achievements, the magazine includes regular departments like “Help!” and “Behind the Scenes” that invite reader participation and allow girls to share advice and ideas about issues that concern them. Since its launch in 1992, the magazine’s circulation has grown to more than 450,000 subscribers and is ranked among the top 10 children’s magazines in the nation and is the largest magazine dedicated exclusively to girls. American Girl Brands is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel, (NASDAQ:MAT, www.mattel.com), the world’s leading toy company. Since American Girl’s inception in 1986, the company has devoted its entire business to celebrating the potential of girls ages 3 to 12. Our Take My daughter is growing up so fast, I cannot believe that she is already eight years old, in second grade and reading up a storm… What happened to my little baby, it is amazing how fast time flies! We were very fortunate to be able to check out the latest issue of the American Girl magazine the special Jan./Feb. 2013 issue, with this issue they are celebrating their 20th anniversary. 20 years wow! If you are doing something for that many years you are doing something right. I have never been introduced to the magazine before, so I was excited to check it out (yes I am just a kid at heart) with my daughter. My daughter just loved flipping through the magazine,(she did more than flip though.. she read the entire magazine!) There were so very many things she loved in the magazine. [Pin on Pinterest] She loved the various activities. And I loved that this magazine was age appropriate, it was filled with great info and things tweens like my daughter will love. The magazine helps boost self-esteem for these young ladies, you are special and we know it. It encourages the kids to be imaginative and creative. My daughter just loves art and this magazines crafts speak to her, and she can’t wait to try them. This is not a one and done magazine, after my daughter read through the magazine she picked it up over and over to check it out again and again. America Girl shared some great magazine facts with me, I can see why this great magazine has been around for so long: 441,000 -- Total circulation of American Girl. 134 -- Number of girls who have appeared on the cover of American Girl. 10.5 -- Average age of American Girl readers. 1,006,271 -- Number of letters and emails received since American Girl started in 1993. [Pin on Pinterest] That is an amazing amount of letters, little girls really love the magazine and appreciate the advice. This issue mentions a wonderful cover girl contest that you can enter. My daughter is excited to enter the cover girl contest… saying, why can’t I be on the cover. Well of course you can try you have just a good of chance of winning as anyone else. If your daughter would like to enter make sure to pick up the current issue and your child may have the chance to be on the cover of the November/December issue. This would be amazing to win, so make sure to enter the "National Cover Contest" now. With valentine’s day right around the corner, this would be a great gift for that special girl who is your valentine. She will love the crafts and great ideas this magazine provides. The magazine is a better gift than candy this valentine’s day and it is better for your teeth. That special someone will just love it. And you can visit this site, to purchase this great magazine for young girls. My daughter has asked for a subscription, and I just may surprise my little valentine with a subscription, I know she will love it and I will too. Buy it: If you would like to purchase a subscription the costs are: Just $22.95 for one year or $37.00 for two years. Save up to 40% off the single copy price! Subscribe here
Read more at http://www.susansdisneyfamily.com/2013/01/american-girl-magazine-turns-20-and-is.html#Kv0S15gSOKt5QY5Q.99
Do you have a little girl ages 8 to 12, and are you looking for a magazine that they will love that is age appropriate, and fun? Well I would like to tell you all about a great magazine from American Girl. Did you know that American Girl had a magazine, well they do and they are celebrating 20 years of the magazine this year! —Nation’s Largest Magazine for Girls Celebrates 20 Years of Fun!— "This January, American Girl®, an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, celebrates 20 great years of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging girls to dream big dreams. “From the start, American Girl has always been about celebrating our readers,” says Barbara Stretchberry, executive editor of American Girl. “We’re excited about turning 20 and look forward to a whole year full of birthday surprises for our readers!” The January/February 2013 issue kicks off the magazine’s yearlong birthday celebration with a special Cover Contest. Girls ages 8 to 13 can enter to win a chance to appear on the cover of the 2013 Best of AG special issue of American Girl. The contest centers on friendship, and to enter, two girls can submit the story of their unique friendship. One pair of friends will be selected to appear on the cover. Entries must be postmarked by February 28, 2013. For more information, visit www.americangirlmagazine.com beginning January 1, 2013. In keeping with the birthday theme, the January/February issue also features fun party ideas like creating your own party by mixing and matching our tips, ideas for frosting a cake, and true birthday tales from American Girl readers. As a salute to the past 20 years, the magazine includes fun facts about American Girl and its readers, a “Then and Now” section that looks back at how girls’ lives have changed over the past two decades. In addition, the issue includes all of the American Girl favorites from stories of real girls to advice for girls’ biggest “Help!” questions. In a culture that often pressures girls to grow up too quickly, American Girl remains committed to serving the developing interests of girls by affirming their self-esteem, celebrating their achievements, and fostering their creativity. And, with over 1,000,000 pieces of reader mail received since 1993, the magazine has proven itself a valued forum of advice and entertainment for its readers. As one former subscriber writes, “I am 19 years old, but I was a HUGE American Girl fan when I was younger. The magazine was a significant, inspirational part of my childhood that showed me how to become a confident young woman. Now that I’m older, I am using that confidence to follow my dreams.” American Girl magazine is available nationally in retail bookstores and on newsstands, as well as by subscription through the American Girl catalogue. Call 1-800-234-1278 for subscription information." ABOUT AMERICAN GIRL MAGAZINE Created as an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, American Girl—an award-winning, bi-monthly publication—is rich with colorful illustrations and photography, award-winning fiction and nonfiction, games, crafts, and party ideas. In addition to articles about real girls and their achievements, the magazine includes regular departments like “Help!” and “Behind the Scenes” that invite reader participation and allow girls to share advice and ideas about issues that concern them. Since its launch in 1992, the magazine’s circulation has grown to more than 450,000 subscribers and is ranked among the top 10 children’s magazines in the nation and is the largest magazine dedicated exclusively to girls. American Girl Brands is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel, (NASDAQ:MAT, www.mattel.com), the world’s leading toy company. Since American Girl’s inception in 1986, the company has devoted its entire business to celebrating the potential of girls ages 3 to 12. Our Take My daughter is growing up so fast, I cannot believe that she is already eight years old, in second grade and reading up a storm… What happened to my little baby, it is amazing how fast time flies! We were very fortunate to be able to check out the latest issue of the American Girl magazine the special Jan./Feb. 2013 issue, with this issue they are celebrating their 20th anniversary. 20 years wow! If you are doing something for that many years you are doing something right. I have never been introduced to the magazine before, so I was excited to check it out (yes I am just a kid at heart) with my daughter. My daughter just loved flipping through the magazine,(she did more than flip though.. she read the entire magazine!) There were so very many things she loved in the magazine. [Pin on Pinterest] She loved the various activities. And I loved that this magazine was age appropriate, it was filled with great info and things tweens like my daughter will love. The magazine helps boost self-esteem for these young ladies, you are special and we know it. It encourages the kids to be imaginative and creative. My daughter just loves art and this magazines crafts speak to her, and she can’t wait to try them. This is not a one and done magazine, after my daughter read through the magazine she picked it up over and over to check it out again and again. America Girl shared some great magazine facts with me, I can see why this great magazine has been around for so long: 441,000 -- Total circulation of American Girl. 134 -- Number of girls who have appeared on the cover of American Girl. 10.5 -- Average age of American Girl readers. 1,006,271 -- Number of letters and emails received since American Girl started in 1993. [Pin on Pinterest] That is an amazing amount of letters, little girls really love the magazine and appreciate the advice. This issue mentions a wonderful cover girl contest that you can enter. My daughter is excited to enter the cover girl contest… saying, why can’t I be on the cover. Well of course you can try you have just a good of chance of winning as anyone else. If your daughter would like to enter make sure to pick up the current issue and your child may have the chance to be on the cover of the November/December issue. This would be amazing to win, so make sure to enter the "National Cover Contest" now. With valentine’s day right around the corner, this would be a great gift for that special girl who is your valentine. She will love the crafts and great ideas this magazine provides. The magazine is a better gift than candy this valentine’s day and it is better for your teeth. That special someone will just love it. And you can visit this site, to purchase this great magazine for young girls. My daughter has asked for a subscription, and I just may surprise my little valentine with a subscription, I know she will love it and I will too. Buy it: If you would like to purchase a subscription the costs are: Just $22.95 for one year or $37.00 for two years. Save up to 40% off the single copy price! Subscribe here
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23 comments:

  1. I learned you can Double your offer and receive a 2nd Wraptastic™ Dispenser with for only $6.99 additional P&H

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  2. I learned that the wraptastic has Steady - Rubber feet hold in place on counters. So I don't have to worry about holding it while trying to wrap with my other hand. lexbaylor17 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  3. I learned they have a 30 day money back guarantee.

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  4. I learned it has Steady - Rubber feet hold in place on counters, tables, etc

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  5. You can only put a 25 ft roll of foil in it. mmmmmmmmm I would only use for cling wrap.. gosh I buy foil in the 200ft huge rolls!!!

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  6. I learned that shipping and handling is at no charge.
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  7. it has a money back guarantee (30 days)

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  8. i learned it has rubber feet to keep it steady

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  9. That you can use it with any wraps.

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  10. From foil to plastic wrap to wax paper, Wraptastic can handle all of your wrapping needs. The stainless steel blade is recessed to protect fingers.

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  11. I learned it Works with wax paper, plastic wrap, aluminum foil and more! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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  12. I learned that it has rubber feet so it can stay put. That's a great idea!!

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  13. I learned that with your order, you will receive a 50’ Roll of Plastic Wrap AND a 25’ Roll of Aluminum Foil ABSOLUTELY FREE!

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  14. I learned that if you don't like it, you can return it and get your money back,
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  15. Keeps food super fresh! I so need this!

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  16. I like it has rubber feet to stay put and they have a money back guarantee

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  17. I learned that it holds 25ft rolls.

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  18. Somehow my boyfriend and I both manage to slice our hands on our cheap wrap when tugging the plastic. I learned that the Wraptastic has rubber holds to stop that from happening!

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  19. This reminds me of the professional ones from when I worked in the food service in college. They are great!

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  20. I love the recessed blade - great planning :)

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  21. The stainless steel cutting blade is recessed and hidden to protect fingers, and the rubber feet on the bottom will steadily hold the WRAPTASTIC in place on counters and tabletops. The WRAPTASTIC dispenser will even fit inside most kitchen drawers.

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  22. I learned it has runner feet so it won't slide.

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