Get Your Craft On-Germ Free

Welcome Kim Demmon of Today’s Creative Blog! She's sharing how she handles "crunch time" during the holidays.
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Welcome Kim Demmon of Today’s Creative Blog!

It's our favorite crafty day of the week.

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It's also "crunch time" for the holidays.

This post is sponsored by Lysol Brand......and seriously......it could not have come at a better time. They don't have to twist my arm to tell you how much I love using Lysol products.

Right on cue, my son came down with a nasty cold which left me scrambling to "de-germify" my house so the rest of us didn’t catch anything. I. CANNOT. BE. SICK. FOR. CHRISTMAS! One sneeze sends me into a crazed fit of wiping down anything & everything with Lysol. Door knobs, keyboards, keypads, game system controllers, counter tops, floors, steering wheels........I know I'm not alone in this "de-germify" method. Right? Please tell me you're just as nuts as I am.

To make it even easier for moms to help stop the spread of germs at home and school this cold & flu season, Lysol is now offering Buy 1 Get 1 Free packs of Lysol Disinfecting Wipes and Lysol Dual Action Disinfecting Wipes at major retailers nationwide through January 2011. You can even give one to your child's teacher to help keep the classroom germ free!

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Lysol is also running the Lysol Mission for Health Community Heroes Contest and is recognizing moms who do more for health in their communities by awarding a total of $10,000 in prizes to be donated towards local community organizations. To enter, share videos, photos or stories about how you made a difference in your community at Lysol.com. Contest entries will be judged based on both relevance to improving the health of your community, and the possible impact of your community improvement effort.

Ok, now that we’re cleaned up, go ahead and link up! Show me whatcha got!

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