Homemade Christmas e-Book – FREE December 18th-22nd!

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Homemade Christmas e-book

Get Our Homemade Christmas e-book FREE! Do you get stressed out around Christmas? It IS possible to enjoy the holidays without paying for the next 5 years!

Get Our Homemade Christmas e-book today!

FREE December 18th-22nd!

Get the Homemade Christmas e-book here!

Do you get stressed out around Christmas time because everything seems so disorganized and you feel the pressure to spend way more than you feel you can actually afford? It IS possible to enjoy the holidays without having to pay for it for the next 5 years!

Tawra Kellam and Jill Cooper have put together 75 pages of their most requested recipes and articles from LivingOnADime.com to help you save money during the holidays and spend your time focusing on the true meaning of Christmas!

In the Homemade Christmas e-book, you’ll find lots of helpful tips including:

  • 90 Homemade Gifts and Gag Gifts from Easy Bake oven Mix to Sugar Scrub to Homemade Christmas Coal
  • A Holiday “To Do” List
  • How to Have More with Less at Christmas
  • How Can I Spend Less on Presents Without Looking Cheap?
  • How To Make A Candy Christmas Wreath
  • Christmas On A Budget!
  • Homemade Gift Basket Ideas
  • Gift Wrapping Ideas
  • Gift Wrapping Money
  • Save Money With Unusual After Christmas Buys
  • Our Favorite Christmas Recipes
  • …and much more.

Get the Homemade Christmas e-book today and enjoy a happier and more stress free holiday season!

FREE December 18th-22nd!

Get the Homemade Christmas e-book here!


This e-book is formatted specifically for the Amazon Kindle Readers and can be viewed on many popular e-book readers. If you don’t have a portable reader, you can download a free program from Amazon.com that enables you to read Kindle ebooks on your PC or Mac.

Find the PC Version of the reader here.

Also, here’s a page at Amazon.com where you can get free apps to read your Kindle e-books on a variety of mobile devices!

Free Kindle Apps – Read eBooks on your Phone, Tablet, or Computer. Free PC and Mac Readers available here.



    • says

      Anne if you go here and scroll to the bottom of this post the last paragraph explains what to do if you don’t have an e reader and how you can still get it from Amazon. We have 2 links there that you can click on one for PC and one for Mac. Follow those and see if that helps you.

  1. Terry says

    I am so tickled that you offered this book for my Kindle Fire. Now I can read it while on the go. I love how all of the ideas and recipes are in the Table of Contents and all I have to do is click on the idea or recipe and it will take me to that spot in the eBook. I would like to see more books offered for the Kindle Fire. Thanks so much.

  2. Betty says

    I wrote a comment but it did’nt show up. I am just checking for sure I could get it on my Barnes& NobleBook Nook. I very much like your website….

  3. says

    I already have Kindle for my pc and I’ve downloaded 27 other books there. I try to click your new book “Homemade Christmas” and it tells me I have to re-download Kindle for my pc. I’ve done it 4 times now and still can’t download your book. I have no idea what is going on. I am frustrated its not working! Can I buy the book and have you mail it to me?

  4. Steph says

    What about for those of us with Linux (not Mac or PC)? I don’t think they have a Kindle Reader released for us…

  5. gwen says

    I followed your link but it shows the Kindle book for sale on Amazon for $2.99 instead of $0.99. Is there a special code?

    • says

      I’m sorry it was a special for 10 days only. I don’t know if Mike didn’t get it off the page in time or if maybe your computer didn’t refresh. It’s only $2.99 now so it’s still a good bargain.

  6. Barbara Fortin says

    I already have one on Amazon, pleawse add this one as well@Q. May the blessing of Christ Birth be upon you and yours!


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