Friday, November 29, 2013

Decor steals!

Hello friends and happy Thanksgiving/Black Friday! I hope your holiday was wonderful! Mine was just lovely, I have much to be thankful for. Today I’m thankful I’m not going out in the crowds and shopping and instead staying home and decorating and maybe doing some shopping from the comfort of my couch. :)

Are you with me? :) If so my friends at Decor Steals are back and I just realized today is their four year anniversary and we’ve been working together for all of those four years! Sniff. I remember them when they were just a babe…

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If you aren’t familiar with them, Decor Steals is a deal a day site – you can find unique decor items you won’t find anywhere else…and you’ll find them for a great price. Let’s jump in to see a few of their latest/upcoming goodies, shall we?

This cute bunting would be pretty as is but wow, think of all the possibilities:

feedsack bunting

It would be lovely with some glittery letters on it, draped across your Christmas mantel!

I don’t think the mason jar trend is going anywhere soon, and I love these lights:

mason jar pendant lights

They’d be especially cute in a kitchen or a bathroom. They are a great mix of vintage and industrial!

And these are actually solar lights, how cool is that?:

solar mason jar lights

I love the Decor Steals boxwood wreaths – you can see how I use mine year-round here:

preserved boxwood wreaths

I would fill my house with them this time of year if I could! They are so classic and pretty!

These ladders are so functional – I love to see them used in a bedroom for extra blankets:

 vintage wooden ladder

But how about in a bathroom for towels, or for Christmas – hang ornaments from them, or Christmas cards?

Today’s deal is another versatile one – their reproduction feedsack fabric is always a hot seller and I’m sure today will be no different!:

Feedsack sewing fabric It comes in five different colors and I think it would be SO lovely as a Christmas skirt!

The best news today is that Decor Steals is giving away a $50 credit to two lucky readers. They are also throwing in a surprise box to a reader as well!

Here’s how to enter to win one of two $50 credits and the free goodies to Decor Steals:

1. Leave a comment here. What did you eat yesterday? We made prime rib instead of turkey – it’s become a tradition for us. :) SO good. 

2. Visit Decor Steals here and check out their pick steals page. Which item do you want to see offered in the future? Come back here to let us know in a comment.

3. Visit their Facebook page and “like” it here. Let us know you did in another comment. (Or let us know if you already do!)

4. Subscribe to their email list here (you’ll get email notices about the new deals) and if you do (or are already on the list), leave one more comment here.

* You can enter one, two, three or four times – it’s up to you! All options are not mandatory to win.

* Remember if you comment anonymously or you have a private blog, please include your email address in each entry, and spell it out with “at” and “dot” to avoid any spammy emails coming your way.

This giveaway is open to the contiguous US only. It will close this Monday, December 2 at 9 a.m. EST.

Have a wonderful weekend!

290 comments:

  1. We had the typical Thanksgiving fare...Turkey, dressing, broccoli salad, pecan pie. Now I'm dieting till Christmas!

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  2. I would love to see the Vintage Ladders featured!

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  3. We had Turkey, Dressing, Pumpkin Pie, the traditional stuff.

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  4. Just liked their page AND when I visited their site just HAD to get the wire baskets - would love to see some decorative pillows, too! What a great deal! Thank you for introducing me to them! We had a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings and desserts! YUM

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  5. Had thanksgiving dinner visiting my brother's family in Raleigh. Apple crisp might have been my favorite. :)

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  6. We drove home from Mexico where we had spent several days serving in an orphanage and then shared Thanksgiving dinner with friends. It was a good day!

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  7. Liked Decor Steal page on fb too.

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  8. We had a great traditional meal with lits of turkey yesterday.

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  9. I subsribe to their daily emsil and live getting the updates.

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  10. We had turkey and ham. And about 30 other things! Oh man it was good!

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  11. The vintage wooden ladder makes me swoon.

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  12. Turkey and chicken and dumplings.

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  13. We had a great meal with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes & gravy, sweet potato pineapple bake, corn, rolls and pumpkin pie for dessert~!

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  14. Vintage ladders are my favorite!

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  15. Liked Decor Steals on Facebook!

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  16. Turkey and ham and lots of casseroles. Yum.

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  17. I'm enjoying a cup of coffee and my computer. I don't care to join the madness of the Black Friday shopping. We enjoyed the traditional turkey & ham with family yesterday.
    Love reading your blog!! Thank you for all you do for your trusty followers.

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  18. I love the fabric and what a great price.

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  19. We had pork pie! Staying in today snuggling with the fam! Beginning my Christmas decorating...which that garland and boxwood wreath would make a lovely addition to our home! ;)

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  20. We had the traditional turkey dinner. Then I had leftover stuffing for breakfast!
    hadabuck at msn dot com

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  21. We had turkey and all the traditional sides and plenty of desserts! :)

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  22. I like Decor Steals on FB

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  23. We had turkey and ham and about every side dish you can think of! judy underscore perdue at yahoo dot com

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  24. The ladders are fabulous. I have been looking for a good one over the last few months. I hope they feature it! I own several Boxwoods already. I just love them :)

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  25. I've liked them on Facebook and I already subscribe to their daily emails.

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  26. Our family started a new tradition this year... there is a local hotel that puts on an amazing spread in their grand ballroom for Thanksgiving... we attended with some friends this year and have decided to go back next year! Turkey, Ham, Prime Rib, Seafood and a Chocolate Fountain! The best part... the house is clean when I get home and I can head straight to nap time!

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  27. Turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings at a table with family, young and old.

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  28. Turkey with all the trimmings yesterday at my in-laws and all the same today at my parent's...we are so incredibly thankful for all of them. The only items I went out for this morning, and not until 7:30 a.m.,were the .99 poinsettias at Home Depot. I'm already a fan on facebook and subscribe to Decor Steals emails...hope I win!

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  29. I cooked my first turkey yesterday...and I'm the vegetarian in the family!

    mdbeaver1at wowway.com

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  30. I really like Decor Steals' Typography bamboo Floor Runner 2.5'x8... I don't think that I would put it on the floor though... I have this long, blank wall going down the hallway that I think it would look much better on!

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  31. we greeted with hugs and kisses, we prayed, we ate and ate, we watched some football and a couple of movies, and ate some more!!!

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  32. We ate the usual turkey but my grandmother-in-law also made roasted brussel sprouts which were AMAZING! I enjoyed getting some green vegetables in my meal yesterday!

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  33. Traditional Southern Thanksgiving- turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, creamed corn, green beans, deviled eggs and pecan pie. I know, way too much!

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  34. I do love Decor Steals and already subscribe to their emails.

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  35. I am also been a Facebook fan. Thanks for hosting!

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  36. dWe ate tons of Thanksgiving food at my daughter's house. miannie1@yahoo.com

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  37. First time at that web site and I love it! I love the banners and am considering the pendant lights for our remodeling project! Thanks! miannie1@yahoo.com

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  38. Love the lights!! Can't wait to check out the website.

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  39. I liked on Facebook miannnie1...yahoo.com

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  40. I joined their group! Miannie1...yahoo.com

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  41. We had turkey, stuffing, dressing, broccoli and cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes, and sweet potatoes.

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  42. I ate all of the sides that come along with a Thanksgiving meal!
    sarabasla at hotmail dot com

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  43. I would love to see faux trophy heads like deer, rhino and horse offered.
    sarabasla at hotmail dot com

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  44. yesterday we traveled north to visit family and eat! long day, but worth it.

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  45. We had the traditional turkey dinner with all the fixin's!

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  46. Turkey and all the traditional stuff. Most surprisingly yummy: brussel sprouts with apple walnuts and citrus. Yum!

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  47. We had the traditional Turkey with Mashed white potatoes, Yams, Corn, and sausage stuffing. Yum!

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  48. From the Pick Steals page I'm loving the ladders. I really want one for the guest room to hang blankets on. I'm also loving the feed sack fabric on the main page. I want it int he beige and blue and was thinking of making it into a duvet cover.

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  49. We're traditional, but simple for Thanksgiving- Turkey, mashed potatoes, stove-top, rolls, canned cranberry sauce, and green beans.

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  50. The Mason Jar Jug is adorable!

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  51. turkey, sweet potatoes, squash, and salad! YUM! oh, and chocolate cake.

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  52. All the traditional things! Turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, rolls, corn, etc. Oh no... now I'm getting hungry again! ;)

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  53. Ooh, love that ladder! We had the typical Thanksgiving yumminess....turkey, stuffing, potatoes....delish!

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  54. Turkey and ALL the trimmings!

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  55. Um, how much do I love those mason jar light?! And the fabric!
    We ate the traditional turkey yesterday. And stuffing. And stuffed mushrooms. And Brussels sprouts. And roasted cauliflower. And orange jello. And, and, and. I ate myself sick. Then ate some more today. :)

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  56. I LOVE that ladder! I need two for our apartment in India, for the bathrooms to hang towels. Because the walls are concrete and I'm not drilling bars into them! We had Tofurkey because we're vegetarian. With the BEST vegetarian gravy recipe EVER, it's on allrecipes.com. And cherry pie. We didn't have much because we were supposed to go to my parents house but our travel plans got messed up.

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  57. I liked their FB just how. They really have great stuff! Thanks for introducing us to them!

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  58. Oooh, the ladder not available right now? So YES I want it available in the future! :)

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  59. Okay signed up for their email too. I know no apologies needed but feel like I'm totally stalking your comments ...

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  60. We had the traditional foods! (turkey,mashed potatoes, rolls etc.) :))

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  61. I would love for Decor Steals to have the mason jar jug lid :)

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  62. I am also already on the email list!

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  63. we had ham. merk (underscore) doug (at) alliancecom (dot) net

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  64. vintage wooden ladder. merk (underscore) doug (at) alliancecom (dot) net

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  65. i like them on fb. merk (underscore) doug (at) alliancecom (dot) net

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  66. i subscribe to their email list. merk (underscore) doug (at) alliancecom (dot) net

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  67. We had the traditional turkey dinner but I am really tired of turkey. Prime Rib sounds delish!

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  68. I love the feedsack fabric and will probably purchase to make pillows for the patio and sunroom! But would love a feature on the ladders.

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  69. We had baked turkey, smoked turkey, a spiral cut ham, and a smoked pork tenderloin.

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  70. I liked their page AND signed up for their email newsletter. Thanks!

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  71. I like the vintage wooden ladder.

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  72. I liked their facebook already (actually I did it when you told about last time)

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  73. Part of their email list too. Always look forward to what is the steal of the day!

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  74. I have a weakness for mason jars so I definitely love the mason vase.

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  75. We're traditionalists. We had turkey, but I changed up the sides a big. The bacon and sage sweet potato casserole was a hit!

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  76. Yesterday we had a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Turkey, ham, dressing, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce.....I could go on and on, but you get the idea:).

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  77. I would love to see the Vintage Ladders offered in the future on Decor Steals.

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  78. I liked Decor Steals on Facebook.

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  79. I signed up for the newsletter on Decor Steals. Looking forward to receiving it!

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  80. We had fried turkey, mac the cheese, stuffing, green beans and sweet potato pie.

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  81. we had turkey and all the traditional sides!

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  82. I made the traditional turkey and all the trimmings!

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  83. I would love to see the ladder to be a steal of the day. I would love to have in my bathroom for towels!!

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  84. Liked their Facebook page--loved the pictures I saw there on cover page!!

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  85. Subscribed to decor steals newsletter thru email

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  86. I already get their E-mails. We had turkey, mashed potatoes & gravy, green bean casserole, corn pudding, acorn squash stuffed with wild rice - pecans and cherries. We had all the regular stuff. I would have preferred prime rib.

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  87. We had turkey roulade. It was OK. None of us loved it. But we had a corn pudding that was to die for.

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  88. I subscribed to get their emails. It looks like a really cool site.

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  89. Ok, I'd love to see them offer the concrete shelf. It's totally my taste--kind of shabby garden chic.

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  90. I made my first turkey in crock pot type roasting pan, it was easier than I thought. I don't eat meat so it was hard to tell if it was any good, but I heard it was. :)

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  91. I love love LOVE Decor Steals, I bought the feed sack fabric earlier today! I already like them on Facebook!

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  92. I subscribe to their email list, of course!

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  93. I have been eyeballing those decorative ladders for awhile..I hope they host them soon and they are in my price range! An extra $50 would help with that ;)

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  94. I ate way too much of everything!
    Nikki
    nikkidalzell at gmail dot com

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  95. I would love the boxwood wreaths.
    Nikki
    nikkidalzell@gmail.com

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  96. I had turkey out at a restaurant for the first time!

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  97. I LIKE their FB page and order from them all the time :)

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  98. We had a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. I think my favorite thing was the layerd salad and green bean casserole.

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  99. I have been on their mailing (email) for sometime now. Love their things!

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  100. I have liked their FB. a good while back :)

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  101. Totally traditional turkey dinner, right down to the green bean casserole. Yummy!
    -- Beth in Iowa (brrextra at q dot com)

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  102. I lve all the mason jar decore! The lined baskets as well :)

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  103. Just visited the Decor Steals website and signed up for email alerts ...
    -- Beth in Iowa (brrextra at q dot com)

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  104. And now I've liked their Facebook page. Would love a boxwood wreath!
    -- Beth in Iowa (brrextra at q dot com)

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  105. I LOVE Decor Steals! Already a subscriber to the daily emails!

    smboyd99 at yeahoo dot com

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  106. Yesterday was a good day - chicken and dressing with all the trimmings! Yum!

    smboyd99 at yahoo dot com

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  107. Definintely need those ladders! - great idea to sue for blankets/quilts. Waiting for the wire magazine rack to come back, too.

    smboyd99 at yahoo dot com

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  108. I would select the ornate cement shelf.

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  109. We had brined turkey and all the traditional comfort foods. Cornbread and sausage dressing, red skin mashed potatoes, gravy with fresh sage, cranberry sauce with orange, green beans with shallots and almonds, braised brussel sprouts with balsamic sauce, and molasses pumpkin pie. It was a wonderful blessed day.

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  110. I would use the ladder to show off my vintage quilt collection or perhaps the short ladder could be hung as a pot holder or in my sunroom as an herb dryer. I love Decor Steals.

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  111. I have been getting Decor Steals e-mails for almost a year now. I signed up when I discovered them. I always look forward to the email notifications to see what is being offered.

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  112. I made magnificent cranberry sauce, my favorite! Plus i get another dinner tomorrow (in laws and immediate family) prime rib sounds delicious!

    Xenaliveson (at) Gmail (dot) com

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  113. I already get their emails-love them!
    Melissa
    redm (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  114. We had traditional Thanksgiving dinner! Turkey, stuffing, potatoes, gravy, cranberry relish, cheesecake, pies-yum!!

    Melissa
    redm27 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  115. I love the Wire Basket With Fabric Lining, Set Of 3 and would use them in the kitchen of my loft apartment. Perfect!

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  116. And yesterday, I made turkey but instead of roasting it for a zillion hours at 350, I used a 450 oven for only 2 hours and the turkey came out crispy brown outside, moist and juicy inside!

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  117. I signed up for their emails :)

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  118. ;) I "liked" their FB page also!

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  119. Thanks for the giveaway! I like the cement shelf for a future pick.

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  120. Yesterday we had meatloaf, mashed potatoes, butter beans, and rolls. For dessert we had apple pie with ice cream. We're not huge fans of the traditional dinner!

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  121. I'd love to see the ladder for sale!

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  122. I subscribed to their email list.

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  123. We had the traditional delicious meal, turkey with all the trimmings. Would love that bunting. I have ordered 2 things from them that I have not received yet.

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  124. I liked them on facebook.
    1bellareyna (at) gmail (dot) com

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  125. I Already subscribe To them via email.
    1bellareyna (at) gmail (dot) com

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  126. We had the usual - ham, turkey, dressing, sweet potato soufflé, deviled eggs and about 20 other sides and desserts.

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  127. I subscribed to Decor Steals mailing list.

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  128. Would love to see the vintage ladders offered.

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  129. I ate nothing on thanksgiving. Stomach bug...yuck!! Michelle@michellekmoore.com

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  130. I liked the Decor Steals on FB! Michelle@michellekmoore.com

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  131. I'd love to see more boxwood wreaths/garlands!

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  132. I'm subscribing to their emails, too!

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  133. I had the traditional Thanksgiving feast!
    cinbake at hotmail dot com

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  134. I would love to see the awesome ladders offered again in the future at Decor Steals!
    cinbake at hotmail dot com

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  135. I "liked" Decor Steals facebook page!
    cinbake at hotmail dot come

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  136. I already subscribe to Decor Steals email list!
    cinbake at hotmail dot com

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  137. Umm...I don't really like any of the pick steals choices. :|

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  138. Well....I already subscribe to the emails... I love Decor Steals...I actually have one of those jar pendants and can't wait to put it up.

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  139. We do eat turkey at thanksgiving...mainly because I get one from work. We always try out new sides each year though. Sometimes they're good...sometimes not so much. We've started doing prime rib at Christmas and love it!
    Hope your day was great!
    Kelly

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  140. Ate well until that Pumpkin Cheesecake came around the table!

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  141. Ate well until that Pumpkin Cheesecake came around the table!

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  142. I already subscribe to Decor Deals and what fun!

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  143. I made gluten free stuffing and a coconut chocolate ganache pie that were to die for!!

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  144. On the website I really like those baskets! They'd be so pretty in my dining room or in my craft room!

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  145. Oh, and I also like their facebook page!

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  146. We had turkey, ham, chicken and dumplings, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole....too much!

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  147. On the pick steals page I would like to see the ladders....like you I think they would be great to hold towels or blankets....

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  148. We had ham AND Turkey. My family aren’t huge Turkey people but we always get a massive one from my husband’s boss. So we made both and everyone was happy!

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  149. We had both turkey AND ham on Thanksgiving!

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  150. I am already subscribed to their e-mails, have bought quite a few Mason Jar items. I am currently using the mason jar frog on a jar in the bathroom to hold my toothbrushes!

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  151. I also already follow them on Facebook. Of course, I did learn about DS from you in the past.

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  152. They currently have no pick steals available but I know they have carried wire baskets in the past. I have not been able to afford them but would love to get some with a gift certificate!

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  153. We had a traditional turkey dinner.. just enough to put us all in a food coma!

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  154. I also just signed up for their daily emails

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  155. Turkey, stuffing, potatoes - the traditional. Thanks!

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  156. No current pick steals, but I love their boxwood wreaths.

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  157. homemade Bobby (like from Capriotti's) mm mm mmm! best part is my 11 year old made it for me! so sweet1

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  158. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Boxwood! If I was rich I would have fresh Boxwood brought in every week to decorate my house (wreathes, garland....)! I would definitely have to say I would love the Boxwood Wreathes for my home!!!

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  159. Left a comment here about what I ate yesterday - check
    Left a comment what I would get from Decor Steals - check
    "Liked" them on FB - check
    "Signed/subscribed" up for email list - check
    Won a $50 gift card from Decor Steals??? would be PRICELESS!?! just saying!

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  160. I would love to see the wings.
    1bellareyna (at) gmail (dot) com

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  161. Regular turkey, stuffing, potatoes, cranberries, mac n cheese.....and baker's square pies!

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  162. We did something new this year! We ordered a smoked turkey, boy what a great meal and relaxing day! Not having to deal with cooking the turkey was wonderful ��:-)

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  163. I have 1 set of the boxwood wreaths, what I wouldn't give to be able to get another set before Christmas!! That would make my home perfect! ♥

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  164. I have been a huge fan and subscriber of Decor Steals for a very long time! I have also ordered the canning jar light! So happy with it, it looks amazing over my kitchen sink! ♥

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  165. we drove to nashville to be with family and ate an amazing meal!

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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