Friday, April 2, 2010

My First Ever Giveaway!! Easter Chick Neckwarmer

I love Easter- who doesn't- and decided to get with the times and do a giveaway like every other great blog does! I want people to see first hand the love and effort I put into my items from my Etsy shops. So this one is my Little Chick Neckwarmer, one of my bestsellers in my Kozykids shop. To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment telling me about your favorite Easter memory. For two more enties, follow my blog and post it in a comment. You'll receive two extra entries!! Next Friday, I will draw the winner, and when you see your name, you can email me at- mkpk@telus.net with your address, and I will pop it in the mail for you to enjoy! Here's the link to read about the neckwarmer, and I will update about the giveaway during the week!  http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=33453656


19 comments:

  1. This is super cute!!!

    My favorite easter memory is when I was probably around 5 years old. I begged my mom to take my easter basket into church with us. I think she was truly embarassed as I ate my candy. :)

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  3. My favorite Easter memory is getting together with my extended family at my Grandparents house when I was a child... we would sing and have a grand time! (which now would seem so corny, but at the time was a FOND memory). lockwoodmerrie@yahoo.com

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  6. I have 2 favorite memories, one is that the Easter Bunny would leave me baskets at my house & both sets of grandparents' house so I had LOTS of candy to eat & two is that my Mom had a lot of first cousins who all had at least 2 kids & every year the Moms would take turns having an egg hunt/party...even as we got older the party still continued as a get together.

    Love your neckwarmers...they are precious!!

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  7. I am now following your blog!

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  8. My favorite Easter memory is the year that my son couldn;t find one of his bunnies for four days.It was a lot of fun for the whole family watching him look for it.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  11. I remember my grandpa setting up a special egg hunt just for me.

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  12. Christina - xristya@rock.com - My favorite Easter memory is from all of my early years until about age 12 - my mother and father had immigrated to America from Ukraine (and became naturalized citizens) and we had elaborate Ukrainian Easters with Ukrainian Easter Eggs (wax-resist process, ancient symbolism) that we made for two months beforehand, Ukrainian embroidered cloths (also worked on beforehand, for the Easter basket) and Paska, Ukrainian sweet bread with a plait on top, and butter lambs - I really remember those days so fondly!

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  13. My favorite easter memory is when someone bakes cakes and painted eggs

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  14. My fave Easter memory is dying eggs with the Paas kit with my sister & brother =) Fun times! tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  16. My favorite Easter memory is the year my grandparents bought each of the grandchildren a Chocolate Bunny that was tall as us

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  17. # 1 follow your blog

    the giveaway prize is so cute :)

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  19. As a kid I remember waking up and getting excited about looking for chocolate eggs and see walk the Easter bunny brought me in my Easter basket.

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I am a stay- at- home mom who has recently rediscovered sewing!! My kids are adults now, so I'm going to have to wait for grandkids so I can dress them! My kids sure aren't interested in wearing these little clothes! I live in Beautiful British Columbia with my family and a house full of birds and one very fat cat. There's lots of chaos, but I wouldn't have it any other way!