Thursday, January 24, 2008

My Fruit Roll-Ups Giveaway



If your kids are anything like mine, they LOVE Fruit Rollups! Now, they'll love them even more when you give them personalized Fruit Rollups for Valentine's Day, birthday's, holidays, and more!

The site has an adorable customization feature where you can add an image and a message directly on the Fruit Rollup. I made a Valentine design for my kids with an image of a heart with Cupid's arrow in it, and then added their names as the message. It was very easy and a lot of fun!

You could win your own box of personalized Fruit Rollups (valued at $30, and includes free shipping) from My Fruit Rollups.com just in time for Valentine's Day, by simply commenting here!

Share with us the sweetest Valentine’s message you've sent or received in the comments below (Haloscan and Blogger comments are both accepted), and you'll be entered to win.

Three lucky readers will be selected, so you have a great chance of winning!

To ensure that you can choose your design in time for delivery by Valentine's Day, this contest will end on Tuesday, January 29, so be sure to enter right away! Winners will be announced and notified that day (1/29).

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18 comments

Rach said...

My husband told me he loved me for the first time on Valentine's Day. That was and still the sweetest message I ever received.

ChristyJan said...

I can't think of a message, but I did get pregnant with 2 of my 4 children on Valentine's Day.

hawkes AT citlink.net

carolsue said...

I got engaged on Valentine's Day!
Not sure of the exact "message" either, but that was a cool way to spend Valentine's Day!

Lesha said...

Not really a message, but I got a tattoo of a fairy on my back that mu significant other paid for on Valentine's Day.

PowerSweepstaking said...

Here's to fire, not the kind that ignites and brings down shanties, but the kind that excites and brings down panties!

Aimee said...

Unfortunately, my hubby thinks that Valentine's Day is a "Hallmark Holiday," so I don't get many sweet messages on that day - I do on other days though!:) But it sure would be fun to get these for my kids and their classrooms! Thanks for the opportunity!

High Maintenance Hillbilly said...

My husband and I started "dating" when I was 13 and he was 15 - not really dating though because we weren't old enough. We got married right out of high school and next month we will be together for 12 years!!! We only celebrate our "dating" anniversary which is on February 19th (My redneck husband can't remember our wedding anniversary to save his life). I've never gotten anything on Valentine's Day from him, because it's so close to our anniversary!

While he was in Fire Academy he was learning to tie different rescue knots. He got up the morning of our anniversary and made me a card with all of my stamps and markers and glitter. The card said:

Happy 10th Anniversary Punkie!! Tonight... I think we should get a little "knotty"!!!

The card was attached to this huge piece of rope and there was this weird looking knot in the end of it!!!

It was the cutest thing ever!! I have the card and the knotted rope hanging up in my house so I can look at it everyday!!

Taryn said...

The best Valentine’s I’ve ever gotten were from my dad. He’s my ’step-father’ but he raised me since I was a small child and has always been my Daddy. We had a rocky time when I was a teenager because he just didn’t understand me - a bookish girl. He’s very quiet and was never overly affectionate or loose with words. Thats why when I get a simple card with “I Love you Taryn, Dad” written inside it means the world to me. When he says “I love you” his voice changes and I know he really really means it. I have the best daddy in the world.

jennifer57 said...

my husband doesn't "do" Valentines day unfortunately :"(

Stacey Moore said...

when my son told me i would always be his valentine!! so sweet!! why do they have to grow up so fast??
thanks, my kids would love these!!

Tara said...

the first valentine's card I ever got from my son was the sweetest I ever got- "I love you mommy" written in his own sweet handwriting!

Amanda said...

ONE of the sweetest thing my hubby did was when he proposed to me he took me to "our spot", it's the palce I told him I ahd feelings for him (when I was 17) and so he took em there and said "this is where you gave me your heart, and this is where I give you mine" then he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him (when I was 18) and here we are 7 years later

Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings said...

Hubby wrote "I Love You" in the fogged up mirror in the bathroom while I was taking a hot shower. It was unexpected and a sweet surprise.



I blogged this in my post:

http://laurawilliamsmusings.blogspot.com/2008/01/friday-edition-of-contests-galore_25.html

Amy said...

I love Valentine's Day... it gives my husband a week before my birthday! He hates this time of year... so many presents for me. Great way to give him a present:

windycindy said...

I live in a neighborhood full of young children. We have an active community within our subdivision. I think it would be grand to give these out on Valentine's Day! Thanks,Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Shannon said...

My daughter was born in January and on the her first valentine's day my hubby got me a card that he signed from her. It made my heart melt!

God's Not Finished With Us Yet... said...

Hi, okay so I don't know your 'name', and I heard of your blog from a blog, from a blog, from a blog.... :D

I prefer the 'Will you be my Valentine' design, but not for my kiddo's. I would like to suprise my husband who, when he was a little boy ate Fruit Roll Ups like he breathed air. He would be so shocked and thrilled. Good luck to whoever the winner is!!!! God Bless!

God's Not Finished With Us Yet... said...

Oops,

I just realized this contest was from last year; I'll have to inform the blogger who referred me. Sorry 'bout that! But thanks anyhow.

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