You can order one of these Grumpy Cat plush toys as low as $13.92 right now for the 9″ size. I mentioned the other day that we call my littlest Grumpy Cat because she tends to wear the expression you see above half the time and then the other half of the time she is curling up in your lap asking to be read books. So I wanted to get one of these to put in her room and I found a few good prices. Note with Grumpy cat there are 6 inch sizes and 9 inch sizes- this is the larger one.
The detail is fantastic and the grouchy expression just cracks me up – I picked one up for my Grumpy Cat.
Walmart has it for $13.92 but I did not notice the option to pick up in stores.
If you prefer Amazon, it is just slightly more at $15.69 but shipping is free with Prime or $35 orders.
Prices can change at any time!
You can pick up these adorable Elsa or Anna ice skating dolls as low as $22 right now. These have been hard to find in stores so you might grab them while you can.
The dolls attach to the base for ice-skating and the arms and legs move just like she’s on real ice. Super cute!
Click here to order Anna for $21.99.
Click here to order Elsa for $24.58.
Shipping is free with Prime or $35 orders. Please note prices can change at any time.
You can also get the Elsa Sparkle doll for $12.79. That is a great price for that one!
You can see Safeway’s coupon policy right here. Most stores will allow you to stack a manufacturer coupon with the store coupons that can be found in the weekly circulars. You will want to be sure to get a club card to take advantage of the sale prices!
Safeway sale prices tend to vary from region to region so you will always want to double check your local ad! Also, I do not have double coupons in my area so your prices are likely much better than mine! Be sure to read about the new Just for U program rolling out at Safeway!
Here are the best deals I see at Raley’s this week. You can also see the Raley’s Coupon Policy here.
You can read about the loyalty card program here. They are now accepting registrations in store or online here.
Here are the Savemart Deals for the week. This is based on the Nor CA ad so you will want to double check your local ad for regional variations! Lucky’s Shoppers should have a very similar ad- but be sure to double check! Not all stores accept internet coupons. You might want to call ahead and check before you head out!
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How cute are these little Frozen pendant necklaces? I love the shiny silver edging on these necklaces because it adds an extra little sparkle little girls will love.
You can choose from Olaf, Elsa, Anna or both Elsa and Anna together.
The price is $4.99 and shipping adds $2.99.
These would be perfect for birthday gifts!
Click here to get your necklace.
Oh these belts are so darn cute and you can getting matching ones for adults and kiddos to wear.
The adult belts are priced at $6.99 and then shipping adds $2.99.
The children’s styles are priced at $7.49 and include $3.29 for shipping.
These would be a perfect little touch of personality to any outfit. We especially love fun accessories in this house because my 5 year old is in private school with very boring uniforms. She has tons of fun belts to at least bring a little personality to her boring navy jumpers.
You might also grab these now for socking stuffers at Christmas!
You can click here for the boys belts.
You can click here for the adult belts.
And for one more cute option, you can also check out the tie clips for $9.99 here.
I thought it would be fun to post a recipe for homemade dog treats. Now you might be saying- well I can buy treats for a few dollars at the store so why should I bother making them myself?
For a few reasons- first of all there was a recall last year with certain dog treats from China that were leading to illnesses in dogs. By making your own treats you can control exactly what goes into it and feel confident that you are giving your dog something wholesome and nutritious.
Second we absolutely love our dog – literally like a family member in this house. My kids adore him but more often than not his needs tend to get pushed down the priority list. When it comes to checking off the to do list each day, a walk for the dog or trip to the dog park is more likely to get skipped than say homework or say making dinner. So why not do something special for your pet! This could be something your kids really get out a kick out of- my girls loved the idea of making treats for our dog.
Third is the price consideration- really good quality treats at a pet store can be fairly pricey. I just went to the groomer and found small-ish bags of treats priced at $15+. This recipe is very inexpensive.
And last, what a fun homemade gift idea! If you know someone that adopted a dog recently, how sweet would it be to put these in a cute jar and drop them off?
Plus how do you say no to this face?
Hopefully I have convinced you to give this a shot :). This is for dog treats like you see above that are similar to a Milk Bone except I sneaked in a little peanut butter which makes these smell like fresh baked cookies when they come out of the oven.
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