Stella & Dot Spring Sale!

To all my fellow Canucks!

Stella & Dot is having a Spring Sale for the next four days! Shop for your summer jewelry & accessories!

Visit: http://www.stelladot.com/shop/en_ca/sale/sale-all?s=karamma for trendy necklaces, bracelets, rings, bags, wallets, scarves, and more!

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Here is a sneak peek of what’s included in the sale!

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The spring sale features great pieces that can be worn for any wedding, family gathering, birthday, anniversary, or other special celebration you have coming up! Make your outfit pop with a bright and bold statement piece, or treat yourself to a new summer bag! Sale ends in four days!

Happy Shopping!

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I thought I would share some of my favourite 90s toys since I’m reminiscing on my childhood.

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The Crazy Daisy Sprinkler. This thing was unpredictable.

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Pool Noodles. The opportunities were endless.

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Skip it. How sweet was I on the playground with this bad boy!

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Sky Dancers. Chasing these things around outside was all fun and games until one got caught in a tree.

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Pretty Pretty Princess. Shockingly enough, I hogged the crown.

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Super Soakers. Always handy in a friendly neighbourhood water war, or for soaking the babysitter. Sorry Lisa.

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Mini Sticks. These tiny plastic weapons were guaranteed to cause a bruise, bloody nose, or fat lip.

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Koosh. The most useless toy I ever had. What does this thing even do? I loved my Koosh, and it got stolen from me in Elementary school, a devastating experience.

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Tamagotchi. I could not keep this thing alive. I think I fed it too much.

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YakBak. I went through a phase where I wanted to be a spy, I figured this tool would be beneficial for investigations.

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Talkboy. More my brother’s toy, buy also a great tool for spying.

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Scooters. I could do a bunny hop, that’s about it. I still felt like a boss cruisin around on this beauty.