Thursday, February 2, 2012

A Sweet Valentine's Giveaway!

To help you get ready for Valentine's Day, I am hosting a Sweet Valentine's Giveaway from the Sheek Shindigs etsy shop. But first, to serve as a bit of inspiration, check out these gorgeous Frozen Raspberry Champagne Push-Pops from Courtney Dial's new book, Push-Up Pops. LOVE THEM! I mean really, LOVE THEM!

Image: Kyle Dreier
Wouldn't these be perfect for Valentine's Day! I can't wait to dive into Courtney's new book, available on March 1st. Until then, stock up on your push-pop containers and paper straws to get ready and ENTER TO WIN this week's GIVEAWAY! One randomly chosen winner will receive 25 Red Heart Paper Straws and 15 Push-Pop Containers from the Sheek Shindigs etsy shop.


To enter to win, BECOME A FOLLOWER OF THE SHEEK SHINDIGS BLOG IF YOU AREN'T ALREADY and:

1. Leave a comment about how your would use your push-pops
2. Post about this giveaway on your facebook page and let me know about it.

You can enter to win a total of 2 times. All entries must be received by 11:59pm on Thursday, February 9th. Good luck!

22 comments:

  1. My daughter wants red velvet cake with pink cream cheese frosting...so that's what would go in the push pops!

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  2. Shared!
    http://www.facebook.com/slynh9/posts/180516595386412

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  3. I would do a white cake with strawberry icing. I'm a tad boring...but it sounds sooo good. :)

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  4. Buttercream just posted about your giveaway...this is going to be awesome!

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  5. I'm loving the strawberry short cake on the cover of their book. Looks super yummy.
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  6. These would definitely be used to make protein fudgesicles! (chocolate protein powder, water, a little peanut butter!)

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  7. Protein Fudgesicles....not that's one that I have never heard before :)I would love the recipe if you are willing to share.

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  8. these would make super cute mini cupcake shooters for our cheer squad's trip to NCA competition! i would make blue velvet cupcakes, and white frosting with black sprinkles and tie ribbons on the bottom. they are perfect because they are portable with lids! the girls could put them in their backpacks, eat them after their performance! and they are portable! perfect!

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  9. shared this on facebook, stephanie rowe miller, https://www.facebook.com/srowemiller/posts/173766579392971

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  10. I would like to try individual 7 layer dip in these! Or maybe something savory - with cheese and bread...yummy

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  11. I did carrot push pops for Easter for our school front desk staff last year, so I would love to do that again this year.

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  12. rainbow colored cake pushups!

    I would love to win these!

    sjacks2001@carolina.rr.com

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  13. Thanks for sharing your info. I really appreciate your efforts and I will be waiting for your further write ups thanks once again.
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  14. I would love to use the containers for my son's birthday party I would do chocolate cake layered with fruit and maybe add a superhero "bursting" out of the container since we are going for a superhero theme ;)

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  15. I just liked your page and I would love to use these for my daughter's 10th birthday that is coming up in three weeks. I think the girls would love these! caleshunny@gmail.com

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  16. I just shared this over on my facebook page :)
    https://www.facebook.com/CreativitiesGalore7

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  17. I would love to use the push-up pops for not only valentines (chocolate cup cakes with vanilla frosting) but also for my husbands birthday next month. It would be so entertaining.

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  18. I would do the nutella and banana "ice cream" and when summertime comes I'd try make your own ocean "pops" blue jello with swedish fish and cool whip waves (pre-prepare the jello)

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  19. I shared on FB! http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=213108695452293&id=374673326527

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  20. probaly something lemon! lilsis_75@hotmail.com

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  21. I'd make gluten-free strawberry shortcake push pops for my little girlies. It is rare that they can enjoy the treats at parties we attend, so making special goodies like these at home is extra sweet!
    Megmaus at gmail dot com

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  22. nice idea..thanks for sharing...

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