Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Custom chocolate giveaway!!!

I entered a really cool giveaway at Life as Mom recently for Chocomize, a company that customizes chocolate bars.  I didn't win, but Twinkle Toes and I went to the website to check it out and ended up ordering custom chocolate for everyone in our family!  It was a ton of fun and would be perfect for gifts, too.

I selected milk chocolate with peanut m&ms and coffee grounds for my husband and milk chocolate with dried raspberries for myself (see how health conscious I am).  Twinkle Toes had fun choosing chocolate bars for herself and each of the kids.  You can select from a variety of nuts, berries, candy, edible messages (like happy birthday, etc.), spices (strange, I know.), and other ingredients (like cookie dough) to make the perfect chocolate bar.  It's about 105 degrees here today (thus the swim suits), but our candy bars made it unmelted thanks to the cooling inserts Chocomize packs inside its boxes.

Since it's better to give than to receive, I'm giving away a $25 Chocomize e-gift card to one of my followers. 

I'm leaving town in a few days so I'll pick a winner Saturday night August 7th. 

To enter: 

Go to my blogfrog community and either reply to a conversation already started or start a new discussion.  I'm especially interested in the following topics:  Christian parenting, homeschool, family worship, adoption, and the Bible.  Of course, I can always talk about books and I've had pregnancy on the brain lately.  I really want to interact more with my followers and am hoping this will be a good way.

I'll announce the winner in my blogfrog community so don't forget to check back Saturday night!

Oh, and I have two more giveaways coming up soon in honor of my almost one year blogging anniversary.

1 comment:

  1. I just joined your community and commented on the sabbath discussion. i have a giveaway going on right now too if you are interested! :)



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