Sponsored Giveaway from Beam and Read Lights
Post by Kelly Jackson
Who's Yo Momma?
( Martin Lawrence...how could such a handsome man look so "Momma like?)
No matter who "Yo Mamma" happens to be, she should be celebrated on Sunday, May 8th....if you know what is good for ya!!
Beam and Read Lights
The personal, portable, hands free light for anywhere, anytime, that won't disturb others. Excellent for all needlecrafts. Includes three 4in x 5in acrylic fresnel magnifiers. Needed (not included) are 4 standard alkaline AA batteries.
The personal, portable, hands free light for anywhere, anytime, that won't disturb others. Excellent for all needlecrafts. With 3 LED bulbs, the 4 standard alkaline AA batteries (included) last at least 120 hours. Also comes with a red filter to help night vision.
The personal, portable, hands free light for anywhere, anytime, that won't disturb others. Excellent for all needlecrafts. Includes two clip-on filters & a large 4in x 5in acrylic fresnal magnifier. Needed ( not included) are 4 standard alkaline AA batteries.
To read more detailed information about each of these lights, click here
The Beam and Read lights are great for stitching and needle work....HOWEVER.....I can think of many other uses of these lights....
For example, identifying denominations. This is what a big wad of money looks like without a Beam and Read Light
Everything is so blurry ....how do you know if you have ones or hundreds? You don't!
Beam and Read Light....you can clearly see there are several 100 dollar bills there....not just one's. This guy wanted to trade me his wad....but I wouldn't part with MY Beam and Read. I sent him to the IHAN website....it's that M word again....I'm so grumpy! Ya think I cut my nose off to spite my face? Me too!!! LOL
I used my Beam and Read while shopping for a Mother's Day gift for my Momma.....
Being 47 years old, I can't see a darn thing without a magnifier and a light....so I just keep it on and here I am shopping for wine. I just dare someone to ask why I can't see....I double dog dare them!!!
Waldo is knitting with her Beam and Read Light. The light is forward focused and it sure does make illuminate handwork.
Since the Beam and Read Lights are hands free, even a bank robber could wear one so he doesn't need to hold his flashlight. Speaking of robbers....hey I have a great idea. When I plan my next Aurifil Thread Heist....I can wear my GrabARoo's (won't leave any finger prints behind) and my Beam and Read Light to steal all those
spools cones of thread from Alex in Houston. The magnifier will come in handy so I can read the colors I'm taking.
This is where I sit in the evening with my applique. It is typically dark and the lamp on the table does not throw enough light so I wear a Beam and Read. See, I don't always sit around thinking of heists you know :)
What would you or "Yo Momma" do with a Beam and Read Light? If you are an IHAN blog follower, leave a comment on this post telling me what you or "Yo Momma" (or anyone on earth you would want to give one to) would use the Beam and Read Light for and and you will have a chance to have the Beam and Read LED6 Deluxe Hands Free Light sent to the address of your choosing.
Now keep in mind, Father's Day is just around the corner and you just may just want to start thinking of ideas for "Yo Pappa" too. You can comment on what he would do with a Beam and Read Light and still qualify :)
On Sunday, May 8th, I will announce the winner. I may do the random number generator or I just might take the best idea that I read from all the comments....I just don't know yet :) Have some fun!!