Woo hoo! We do weekly drawings around here now, mostly because, well, I really love giving presents away. But I’ll be real with y’all, I’m not exactly rolling in the dough these days, so the giveaway prizes will be kinda… little… for a while. But hey — a free cheap prize is better than no prize! …Right?
Here we go.
This week, I’m giving away a Norpro 4 Piece Silicone Ice Pop Maker Set, a $20.95 value! Summer may be almost over, but I say popsicles are a year-round treat! You can make use of these awesome ice pop makers with some healthy, homemade recipes. Here’s a great one from Thank Your Body for a mango berry frozen yogurt popsicle!
FYI: This is not a sponsored giveaway — I pay for the prize myself, and have it shipped to your door. Oh, and I pick the prize based off of your votes on Facebook!
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So, to enter, here’s what you have to do:
- Click this link: Norpro 4 Piece Silicone Ice Pop Maker Set
- Then use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter.
- Make sure you’re signed up to receive the newsletter. That entry is mandatory to win.
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