home decor

October 3

Up to 76% off Kidsline Accessories @ Shop.ca (Items from $5.58)!

Posted by on October 3, 2015 at 11:00 AM

Up to 76% off Kidsline Accessories @ Shop.ca (Items from $5.58)!

If you’re decorating or re-decorating a young kid’s room, then you’ll want to check out this really cute range of décor online at Shop.ca. They are offering up to 76% off the items in the Kidsline range, and there are some super cute items to be had, at really great prices.

Now, while Shop.ca offers free shipping across the site, I’ve noticed that they’ve brought in this “bundling” threshold on some of their products ranges. For the Kidsline range, you must spend at least $20 on those items in order for the free shipping to kick in. This is still really reasonable, as when you look at the items available, I am sure that you will be tempted to throw a few things in your shopping cart.

Here’s a quick list of some of the items on offer, in order of the highest discount percentages: Read the rest of this entry »

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October 1

Etsy: Comic Recycled Comic Light Switch Covers From $6

Posted by on October 1, 2015 at 4:30 PM

Etsy: Comic Recycled Comic Light Switch Covers From $6

I am a pretty big geek myself and love to see ‘geek things’ becoming more main stream: like super heros, comics, and more. I was recently looking at cool Made in Canada items on Etsy and I ran across these awesome Light Switch Plate Covers by Recycled Comic. Light Switch Plates start at just $5.99 with shipping only $2.50. The choices are endless with LEGO, Minions, Frozen, Thomas the Train, and Avengers among the popular themes.

There is one of each style available so if one of the ones I link to sells out, just check out the rest of his stock. This awesome light cover incorporates two awesome fandoms: LEGO and Star Wars. This Lego Marvel Star Wars Luke Skywalker Yoda Jedi Light Switch Plate Cover is currently $8.49 with $2.50 shipping. If your kids are into The LEGO Movie, then this Lego Movie Light Switch Plate Cover might just be the thing for their bedroom. It is also $8.49 with $2.50 shipping. Read the rest of this entry »

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September 22

Dinosaur Wall Decal Deals: From only $6.55 Shipped @ Amazon.ca!

Posted by on September 22, 2015 at 10:21 AM

Dinosaur Wall Decal Deals: From only $6.55 Shipped @ Amazon.ca!

On Amazon, I’ve spotted some really interesting wall decals which would be absolutely fantastic for a kid’s room, plus there are some excellent prices too. From only $6.55 including shipping, you can choose from a few different designs.

First up, it’s the 3D Dinosaur World vinyl wall sticker which I have pictured above. It is priced at $5.95 plus $2.98 shipping, so that comes to a final price of $8.93. I think it looks superb and it’s a low price to get it shipped to your home.

Secondly, we have the 3D Dinosaur Paradise Creative Wall Sticker, also coming in at $5.95 plus $2.98 shipping – again, a final cost of $8.93. Read the rest of this entry »

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September 1

Great Ways To Upcycle Wooden Skid Pallets

Posted by on September 1, 2015 at 8:00 PM

Great Ways To Upcycle Wooden Skid Pallets

Wooden skids. We have all seen them laying around in odd places, but have we ever considered what we could make them into? Rather than letting them sit and waste away, why not turn them into a beautiful creation that everyone will admire. I set out to find 6 ways to upcycle those old wooden pallets so we can all make some great little do it yourself projects. Not only are these projects pretty frugal, but they also save a few trees because you won’t be buying brand new wood to build shelves and other little things for around the house. So here are 6 ways to upcycle skids. Read the rest of this entry »

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August 19

76% off Persian 4’7″ x 6’7″ Rugs – Now $60 & Free Shipping @ Shop.ca

Posted by on August 19, 2015 at 2:30 PM

76% off Persian 47 x 67 Rugs   Now $60 & Free Shipping @ Shop.ca

I recently posted a sweet deal on shag rugs that has many Moosers quite happy. However, a friend of mine wondered if there were any good deals out there for those who do not like shag (I know… it’s a thing). Thus, I found a couple eCarpetGallery Machine made Persian Silk Collection rugs that measure 4’7″ x 6’7″. Originally $250 each, they are now on sale for $100. Use our exclusive coupon code MOOSE40OFF100AUGUST for an extra $40 off your order bringing your new Persian rug down to just $60 with free shipping.

With our added exclusive coupon code, each rug is 76% off its original price. You might prefer one of these rugs if you want a patterned rug for your living room or you simply dislike shag rugs. Read the rest of this entry »

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August 18

92% Off Shag Carpets Were $330 | Now $60 & Free Shipping @ Shop.ca *HOT*

Posted by on August 18, 2015 at 1:00 PM

92% Off Shag Carpets Were $330 | Now $60 & Free Shipping @ Shop.ca *HOT*

Shop.ca is offering a sweet 70% off a selection of eCarpetGallery Uptown Shag rugs that measure 3’10” by 5’7″. These carpets were $330, but are now on sale for $100 each. Use our exclusive coupon code MOOSE40OFF100AUGUST for an extra $40 off your order bringing your new shag rug down to just $60 with free shipping. In total, these carpets are 92% off their original price!

I linked to the black carpet above, but there are several other colours to choose from: champagne, polar white, and ivory. Each carpet is the same price after discount, thus you merely need to pick out that one that suits your own home decor. Read the rest of this entry »

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August 14

74% Off Canada Loves Jumbo Vase Was $39.50 | Now $10 @ Chapters Indigo

Posted by on August 14, 2015 at 11:48 AM

74% Off Canada Loves Jumbo Vase Was $39.50 | Now $10 @ Chapters Indigo

The Canada Loves Jumbo Vase is a giant looking coffee cup that can be used as a vase or just a storage container to hold pretty much anything. The Canada Loves Jumbo Vase was $39.50 but is now on sale for a mere $10! That is 74% off the original price.

This 96oz jumbo coffee mug is so darn cool – I just want to make some hot chocolate in it and only have ‘one cup’. 74% Off Canada Loves Jumbo Vase Was $39.50 | Now $10 @ Chapters Indigo While it is designed to be a vase, you could use this to store almost anything: odds n’ ends, shells, art supplies, craft supplies, and more. Read the rest of this entry »

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August 10

Swarovski: Home Crystal Event – 40% Off Figurines & More

Posted by on August 10, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Swarovski: Home Crystal Event   40% Off Figurines & More

In July, Swarovski hosted a really popular sale on jewellery – the first of its kind in Canada. Now, Swarovski has launched a home crystal sale with 40% off select figurines and more.

It appears that this sale is 40% across the board instead of ‘up to 40% off’ like the jewellery sale was. There are some gorgeous little figures that would make excellent Christmas, New Years, Birthday, and Valentine’s Day gifts from the legendary crystal company. Read the rest of this entry »

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July 12

Chapters Indigo Canada: 70%+ Off Home Accessories & More

Posted by on July 12, 2015 at 4:00 PM


Chapters Indigo Canada: 70%+ Off Home Accessories & More

I thought I would compile a list of especially good deals in the Chapters Indigo sale section as there are so many great opportunities to save money. This post is dedicated to items (not books) that are 70% off or more.

In the decor section, we have a couple frames well worth your attention as they come with mats. This White Wash Frame with Ivory Mat – 5” x 7” was $54.50 and is now on sale for $13.50. Print off a favourite picture and display it in this frame. I think there is a little too much mat for frame, thus I prefer the White Wash with Ivory Mat – Three 4” x 6” Openings also on sale. Originally $59.50, the frame with three openings is now $14.50. While not a frame, this “Exuberance is Beauty” Art Print 11×14 by Cadence Paige Design for Minted counts as wall decor. Originally $46, the print is now discounted to $11.50.

Let us journey in the realm of containers: objects that hold other things. This Floral Bud Vase – Medium was $24.50 and is now on sale for $6.50. Present your dear love with a lovely blossom inside this darling vase. While I have mentioned this Minimus Decorative Pot before, the yellow and the blue colours are still in stock. Originally $39.50, they are now $9.50.

There are few things more delightful than watching a plant grow. This Sunflower Garden In A Pail would make an excellent gift for the at home gardener. You can also purchase the Strawberry Garden In A Pail for edible produce after it blooms. Originally $34.50, these pails are only $9 each.

If you own an iPhone 5/53, then you can pick up a few cases for a song. This is exactly the iPhone I own (that is currently being replaced by Apple). Maybe I will christen my new phone with a new case to match. There are four to choose from:

That permafrost case is pretty wicked.

This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it does feature some of the best deals that money can buy at Chapters Indigo right now. Receive free shipping on $25 or more.

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May 18

House and Home Magazine Subscription Was $33 | Now $16 @ Wagjag

Posted by on May 18, 2015 at 12:00 PM

House and Home Magazine Subscription Was $33 | Now $16 @ Wagjag

Wagjag is having a promotion that can save you a bundle on a two-year or one-year subscription to House and Home Magazine. A two-year (24 issues) subscription was $65.90 but is now only $25.  You can also purchase a one-year (12 issues) subscription originally priced $32.95 but now is only $16. Shipping is fully included with this deal.

Many of us have dreams of decorating and redecorating our homes in the same beautiful fashion that home designers do. House and Home magazine will provide you with lots of inspiration, tips and tricks from some of the top designers and renovators. Use the tips in this magazine to keep your home’s look fresh and chic throughout the year or to overhaul a room in your home from top to bottom. Between the glossy pages, you will find ideas to decorate your home, full home makeover features, entertaining tips and even a few recipes.

If you head over to House and Home’s website, you are able to subscribe directly from them to receive your copy. House and Home is currently charging $26.95 for a one-year subscription or $46.95 for a two-year subscription. Rogers Magazine Service is also offering yearly subscriptions of House & Home Magazine for $26.50 per year and only offers a one-year subscription. If you were to purchase this magazine from your local pharmacy or newsstand, it would cost you $5.99 per issue or $71.99 for a year’s worth of editions of this magazine. Over the course of two years, you would spend $143.98. If you are considering picking this magazine up more than once or twice from the newsstand, you may want to consider having it delivered to your door for much less.

While Wagjag does not have reviews available on their site, Roger’s Magazine Service does allow reviews. Over 417 people have reviewed this magazine and it still has a high rating of four and a half stars out of five. Here is one reviewer who feels that this magazine is a great value.

Great inspiration. Love the Source Guide so I can buy what I see here in Canada.

A second reviewer is anxiously awaiting their edition every month.

House and Home is a beautiful magazine with tons of photos and info every month. When it arrives I love to curl up and spend the day with it! There is always something that I can apply to my own home. A great read.

This deal does still have a little bit of time left before it expires. Right now, over 147 people have purchased the deal and it does state there are a limited number of subscriptions available. If you want to snag this deal, you may want to grab it before they sell out of subscriptions. I noticed those two-year subscriptions seem to be going much faster, which may end this deal soon.

(Image Credit: Boa-Franc)

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May 14

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

Posted by on May 14, 2015 at 8:00 PM

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

I would never have thought to use old belts in a DIY project. I was wasting time on Pinterest searching for inspiration to frame a picture for my husband. I have several pictures of our family at the lake last summer that should be hanging on our wall. Along the way, I discovered some of the amazing projects you can make out of belts! There is something about a belt as a decoration that makes your project look and feel expensive and yet still a little rugged.

Some of these bloggers used belts they had around the house. Others ordered belts online or collected old belts from family or friends. Belts are an item I personally tend to keep until they fall apart. If you do not have enough extra belts around the house, I would recommend hitting up a thrift store for belts at a fraction of the cost. Check carefully for wear and tear, but chances are good with a trip or two you will have enough belts for your project.

Belt Hanging Shelves

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

These hanging shelves created by blue i style are an easy upgrade to your basic shelf. She used these shelves in a little boy’s room to give it a little extra style. I also think this project would look especially fantastic in any room that has hardwood floors.  I noticed they used a special tool to make holes in the belt for the screws. If you are ok with the holes not looking manufactured, you could also create a hole with a nail and hammer.

Chair With Woven Belt Seat

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

With spring comes garage-sale season. There always seems to be extra furniture that finds a way to the curb. Why not salvage a chair for next to your front door and create this cool belt seat as featured over at Saved By Love Creations? This project would require multiple belts but would be well worth searching them out for this cool effect. The best part about this project is it looks even cooler if the belts are all different styles. I would probably recommend using this as an occasional chair for decoration, extra seating or setting items on. I would question the long-term durability using this technique on my dining room chairs.

Leather Picture Frame

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

This project inspired this post! I had no idea it was so easy to slice a leather belt and add it to a picture frame. This would surely turn a cheap dollar store frame into a frame that looks much more expensive. I found a couple of great examples, but I love this version from Design Sponge using an old western belt. You can use any belt. Your belt does not need to have a decorative pattern. At she knows, the blogger used a wood burning tool to customize the frame.

Leather Belt Curtain Ties

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

Over at Earnest Home Co., they took a simple leather belt and upcycled it into curtain ties. This project looks like it would not take very much time at all to create. I would use this technique in my bathroom, as I think it would pair nicely with my white linen curtains. This is one of those hacks that looks much more expensive than it really is.

Leather Belt Cuff Bracelet

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

I have seen this leather cuff bracelets at festivals starting at $20 and going for as high as $50 or $60 depending on how intricate it is. They are usually being sold by a vendor who specializes in leather, and has all sorts of intricate products such as belts and fringed bags. Over at The SITS Girls, they are making leather cuff bracelets out of old belts. The snaps and the gadget to attach the snaps (which should come with your snaps) are the only items you would have to purchase to make these cute cuffs. I would make a few for myself or gifts for friends. I love this rustic style. I would wear mine to the Calgary Stampede given the chance to go!

Leather Belt Wrapped Clock

6 Genius Ways To Upcycle Old Belts

Here is another super simple way to give your home a little bit of style. Wrap a belt around a clock, attach and you have an instant conversation piece. Check out the design on Remodelista.  I would use a clock that is sleek looking to contrast with the leather belt. This project looks like it would not take very long to do, which is my kind of project!

Bargainmoosers, how would you upcycle old belts?

(Image Credit: Aurimas)

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March 31

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

Posted by on March 31, 2015 at 8:00 PM

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

As the late Robin Williams once said: Spring is nature’s way of saying let’s party! Goodbye snowmen and fuzzy hats, we will see you next year. Welcome back to the colourful flowers, fuzzy bunnies, birds and spring babies. My home could also use a few simple refreshes for spring. With just a few minutes, a printer,  and some paper or cardstock you can create these amazing projects that will help you welcome spring with open arms. The best part is these projects will cost you very little for a lot of spring cheer. Most of these projects are single sheet images that you could frame in a photo frame, use as the front of a greeting card or make into a quick gift tag. Printables are perfect for both home decoration or parties!

Easter Egg Hunt Party Pack

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

This party pack from Yellow Bliss Road would be adorable to use for an Easter Egg hunt with family and friends. Print off this party pack that includes a banner, sign and decorative food tags. Cut, glue, and tah dah. Cute decorations faster than you could make it to the dollar store and back.

Bicycle Adventure

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

Over at The 36th Avenue they created a sweet bicycle print that says Love The Journey. This would be nice in a little kid’s room or playroom. I love the pops of colour on this image, especially on the black chalkboard version


10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

This printable from Darling Doodles would be so sweet to include framed with a wedding gift, or would look equally cute hanging in your front hallway. This cozy nest will make your house feel warm and light.

With My Peeps

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

Spunky Junky gets it right with these fun Meet My Peeps and Hippity Hop printables. I love the tongue-in-cheek design. Her bunny pennant also featured in this post is made of free paint chips and is equally adorable.

Here Comes Peter Cottontail

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

Tatertots and Jello has created a darling set of printables in turquoise, grey and white. Included are several bunny silhouettes, and pretty text quotes that say Happy Spring and Here Comes Peter Cottontail. I like how this blogger filled a slimmer entryway wall space with several of these prints.

Spring Owls

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

I love the owl trend and these prints with a cartoon feel are no exception. Over at Glued to My Crafts she created two modern springtime owl printables, a third which is welcoming May showers, and a fourth hello spring print. If this is your style, you now have four options that coordinate for your wall or projects.

Antique School Chart- Egg Edition

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

This is a fun project from Knick of Time. She created a vintage looking bird egg identification chart that looks expensive. When you find that first broken bird egg in your backyard, I bet you will be consulting this chart. Both my girly side and my nerdy side love this print.

Hello Spring

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

Sandy Toes and Popsicles is greeting spring with joy with her Hello Spring printable. I want to hide this one in places my husband would not expect it to make him smile, I may hide a copy of this print in the freezer. This would also look sweet framed in the hallway.

Flying Bird       

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables                                           

If you are a fan of an antique style check out this beautiful bird printable from Laughter and Grace. I love the inspirational quote: She went out on a limb and learned she could fly. This print is motivational without looking like you bought a stock motivational poster.

April Showers Mobile

10 Spring & Easter Free Printables

Craftaholics Anonymous created this sweet April showers mobile that is so very sweet. This one looks quick to make, and would be fun to make with kids. I would hang this one in my window next to my sun catcher.

Need a little more inspiration to get started? Check our Eva’s past post 7 Unique DIY To Refresh Your Home For Spring.

Bargainmoosers, what how do you like to change up your home’s look for spring?

(Image Credit: Pank Seelen)

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February 24

7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

Posted by on February 24, 2015 at 8:00 PM

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

Almost everyone has a tin can or three around the house. Many foods such as soup, beans, tuna, tomatoes, coffee and even maple syrup are more economical to purchase in a can. While I am not a huge fan of purchasing green vegetables in a can, I do always seem to have multiple cans go into my recycling bin every week. Some of the chic ideas below have changed my mind about saving those humble cans. Here are some amazing ideas that you can use to ditch the recycling bin and repurpose those cans to decorate  your home on the cheap.

Homemade Tin Can Clock

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

I love the pop of colour on this homemade tin can clock. Use these simple instructions from Easy DIY Toys to give your clock a new chic look. Wouldn’t this clock also be amazing in a matte gold for an antique look? Maybe I will take apart my old Ikea clock to make this project for my house. Expect a clock in a fun design and colour to cost you $20-$50 if you were to buy a similar clock at the store.

Tin Can Pedestal Stand

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

Need a pedestal stand in a snap to display cupcakes or other food for a party? This tin can pedestal stand from Sweet Paul will be super chic for your table. Use any decorative plate on top, some matching paint and some strong epoxy to create this fun look. I could see this project working for a wide variety of parties. This stand would look great at a chic brunch, or coordinate the design to match the decorations for your kid’s birthday party. A super basic cake stand will normally cost you between $25-$60 depending on the size and style of the stand if you were to buy a stand at the store.

Tin Man Family Marionettes

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

These marionettes are precious from Adventures at Home. Use several tin cans, empty leftover tea light metal wrappers, string and your craft supply stash to create this sweet little family of Tin Man Marionettes. This is a great project to pair with a Wizard of Oz movie night, or even read the classic book with a cup of tea. This is a great project for the whole family, or a super little gift to a child if crafted by an adult.

Tin Can Pendant Light

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

Need to shed some more light in your home? Shelterness featured these funky tin can pendant lights that will do the trick. This project could either use a bigger coffee can or several smaller cans for a multiple light fixture. Decorate using paint, drawing a bohemian designs with a sharpie, or using Mod Podge to decoupage a decorative paper onto the outside of the can. Ikea, Lowe’s and Home Depot should all have inexpensive pendant light hardware to complete your project. If you are replacing an existing light fixture that is wired into the ceiling, you may want to read over these tips from Do It Yourself first. Pendant lights normally start at around $50 and go up to well over $200 depending on the style.

Cork Covered Tin Can Pencil Cup

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

You can cover a tin can with almost any fabric, pretty paper or paint and turn it into a pencil cup. For a twist on this idea, I like the modern design of this cork covered pencil cup from The 3 R’s Blog. Using some contact paper and a printer, they were able to create stencils to paint a silhouette onto the cork. I could easily see these same decorative cups selling for $20-$30 in a boutique or gift shop.

Wall-Mounted Tea Light Holders

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

These chic tea light holders from Practically Functional are made using the smaller cans from wet cat food or tuna. Clean the cans well, then spray paint them with a metallic colored paint for extra shine. Wrap the outside in some pretty scrapbook paper or wallpaper and then mount on the wall. I would make at least three or four and group them together on the wall for effect. While a basic table tea light holder for a tabletop tends to be inexpensive, most wall mounted tealight holders generally ranged from $10-$40 depending on how many candles it holds.

Mosaic Multi-Purpose Decorative Cans

 7 Fabulous Ways To Repurpose Tin Cans

Wow, these decorative mosaic jars are impressive. Check out this Instructable by Creativeman as he turns tin cans and colourful craft foam into decorative mosaic pieces. This idea is so much simpler than cutting glass bits with tile cutters to make glass mosaic pieces. This is also a safer way to lets kids join in with the project, with an impressive end result. Use these cans to hold your kitchen spoons, art supplies, hairbrushes in the bathroom or just to hold miscellaneous items on your dresser.

Bargainmoosers, what would you make out of the humble tin can?

(Image Credit: Geofy Sowrey)

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February 12

Select Wallpops Zoology Animal Wall Appliques Was $18 | Now $9 & Free Shipping @ Walmart.ca

Posted by on February 12, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Select Wallpops Zoology Animal Wall Appliques Was $18 | Now $9 & Free Shipping @ Walmart.ca

Check out the Wallpops Zoology Animal Appliques on clearance @ Walmart.ca. All three of these applique sets were $17.88 each, but are now only $9 each. Choose between Antoinne the Monkey, Riley the Giraffe and Betty the Lamb. Free shipping with no minimum is always included with Walmart.ca purchases.

I really like these repositionable wall appliques from Wall Pops. Each kit comes with a full page of designs. Each of these three applique sets was $17.88 but is now only $9 per kit. Several of us saw an original price of $24.98 so something glitchy is happening there. Either way the final price is a solid $9 per kit.

These designs easily peel and stick. If you change your mind and decide to put the monkey on the opposite wall, it is simple to remove and your paint will be intact. You can choose between three different animal designs including:

I did a little price comparing with Antoinne the monkey. These appliques will be more pricey if you choose to order them elsewhere. I found this same decal set at Home Depot.ca for $29.99. I also saw a third party seller on Amazon was carrying these decals for $37. Antoinne, you are a much better price at Walmart.ca.

Use one of these sets, or maybe even all three. I could see the monkey and giraffe going well together. For the same price, you would purchase one applique elsewhere, you could purchase all three at Walmart. Then when your toddler suddenly hates anything with lambs for no reasonable reason, you can surprise them with some monkeys.

No one seems to be reviewing this product. I would try it for this inexpensive price. I recently blogged another Wallpops design and someone mentioned the decals were difficult to peel from the paper and to take your time with that part of the project. They also said once the decals were removed from the backing, the decals easily peeled up and down off of the wall for repositioning, which is the more important part to me!

Everyone around me seems to be having babies lately. That means many different rooms are being redecorated. Some are for the new baby arriving, and often a second room for the bigger sibling is freshened up to reflect a big kid status. A fresh change of decorations can really brighten up your mood and make you feel ready for the new arrival in your family. For me it was a big mix of being excited and terrified. You could also easily use these for a playroom or some other type of play space… I know our basement play space could use some freshening up.

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February 5

Lowe’s Canada: Up to 75% Off & $10 off $100 Coupon Code

Posted by on February 5, 2015 at 8:30 PM

Lowes Canada: Up to 75% Off & $10 off $100 Coupon Code

Lowe’s Canada is offering $10 off orders of $100 or more online. With the clearance section full of deals up to 75% off, this is a nice bonus offer.

Click here to shop @ Lowes.ca now

  • Coupon Code: SS10
  • Discount: $10 off $100
  • Expiry: 11th February 2015

We have seen a coupon of this value once before from Lowe’s Canada, and they also tend to have a 5% off $100 coupon every few months. Out of the two coupons, $10 off $100 is better.

The clearance section at Lowe’s is ripe with deals. I found an excellent sale on bathroom / hallway mirrors that will have you drooling. This Style Selections 30-in H x 24-in W Vancleaf Cherry Rectangular Bathroom Mirror was $99.99, and is now on sale $25. You save $74.99 off the original price. There are many other mirrors on clearance for 75% off right now, but most are out of stock already. However, this Style Selections 34-1/2-in H x 28-1/2-in W Liberton Cocoa Rectangular Bathroom Mirror is also still in stock. Originally $99.99, the mirror is on sale for $25. Unfortunately, neither of these mirrors qualifies for parcel shipping. They either require Lowe’s Truck delivery or you can pick up in store for free. I highly recommend the second option. With the above coupon code, you could purchase four mirrors for $90. Availability depends on your local store.

In the lighting section, I found the Harbor Breeze 52-in Barasway Bay Brushed Nickel Indoor Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote Control on sale. Originally $229, the fan and light combo is on clearance for $179. After coupon code, pay just $169. This fan qualifies for parcel shipping so you will receive free shipping to your home. The last reviewer said:

I really am happy with this fan/light. The remote control is wonderful and it is very quite when fan is on. Easy to install.

Other reviewers thought that the fan’s remote control could be a bit better. Sometimes changing settings required multiple button pushing until the unit responded. One reviewer also thought that the unit hung a bit low, but neither of the other reviewers mentioned that issue.

Shop the entire clearance section to combine discounted prices with the $10 off $100 coupon code from Lowe’s Canada.

There has been a recent change to Lowe’s shipping policy. Lowe’s now offers free parcel shipping on eligible orders of $49 or more. There used to be no minimum to qualify for parcel shipping, but with rising postal costs this was an inevitable move.

For this and any future Lowe’s Canada coupon codes, please visit our forum full of deals!

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