I’ve partnered with Bianca from The Pierogie Mama to have one lucky winner receive a kitcheny-Christmas themed prize pack.
Bianca has a family tradition among the ladies on her husband’s side of the family to get together right around Thanksgiving and get their Christmas candy bake on. This year was a mini apron fashion show and she loved the matching mama-child apron set I asked Cynthia to let us review from Cupcake Provacateur. Moms of sons – fear not! This prize pack has a gender neutral set and Cynthia is working on a boy-specific line as well.
|ps, don’t judge the background – that’s currently my kitchen countertop!|
There’s nothing like something custom made for your home, is there? Maggie over at Chalk Treatmeat specializes in beautiful graphic design and can hand letter some pretty amazing pieces. She’s giving away a custom lettered tree ornament to the winner of this prize pack – so put your family name on it, make a special gift for grandma and grandpa, or even something for the dog 🙂
Do you stock up on vanilla extract for the holidays? I’m pretty sure I go through several of those mini bottles during the months of November and December every year, but now stock up on huge bottles of Mexican vanilla. However, this year, I’m tempted to try Beanilla’s home extract kit. I can’t wait to read about Bianca’s batch that will be ready in less than 8 weeks! Win a Beanilla extract kit of your own – complete with bottle and vanilla beans. This is a wonderful gift to give as well.
The Hosts of this Hop have put together a Grand Prize Package for a lucky little one! This Santa’s Little Helper is going to deliver to one lucky reader… a $100 Gift Card to jrfashionista.com and a $100 Gift Card to Pediped.com to get that little one styling, a $75 Gift Card to Hearthsong.com and a $50 GC to Build-a-Bear to satisfy their Toy List, and a Crane USA Adorable Cool Mist Humidifier and Nightlight so they can sleep soundly waiting on St. Nick! Disclosure: The Pierogie Mama, So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Santa’s Little Helper participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.