Favorite things giveaway! Kitchen edition!

Hello December! 
I just realized my last post was November! Christmas is coming quickly and I thought it would be fun to do a giveaway before the big day arrives. This is the kitchen edition- so without further ado, here's the goodies:


First, Sweet Bohemian Life is giving away this darling vintage inspired, personalized candy cane towel. 


Kathryn's  Etsy shop is one of my favorites- I recently purchased the "Give Thanks" towel. Generous sized, 100% cotton towels. Kathryn has offered to personalize this for the winner! She is such a wonderful seller, I am already stalking my next purchase.  You can see more of her fun printed items for sale here.
Thanks Kathryn!!


Next up, just in time for your holiday baking, this cute paper baking set from Meri Meri . Lots of fun to dress up your baked goodies for holiday parties! This has two varieties of paper baking cups, and 4 different holiday toppers- Santa, reindeer, stockings and trees. Decorates 24 cakes.


Speaking of fun, I LOVE stripey straws. So cheery and nostalgic. The winner will get two packages of red and white -14 straws in each package. These are 100% biodegradable, yet sturdy enough to make it through a smoothie.


I can't think of the holidays without thinking of yummy treats.  Posh Ganache Handcrafted Chocolates are gorgeous little works of art both for the eyes and your mouth.



These delectable chocolates have silken fillings with amazing combinations of flavors.  The winner will receive a $20 credit to Posh Ganache Chocolates. (that's a box of 12 filled chocolates) You decide if you want to keep them or give them as a gift  ;)  I can tell you right now, I'd be keeping them alllll to myself!!
he he!
Here are just a few of the flavors she offers:
Creamy coconut with a little lime
Dark chocolate walnut fudge
Lavender white ganache
Rich peanut butter fudge
Hawaiian white ginger and lime truffle
Strawberry shortcake butter cream
Creamy mint butter cream

 You can view the rest of the options by clicking here

Terri graduated with top honors from Le Cordon Blue Patisserie and Baking program at Western Culinary Institute in Portland Oregon.  You can read more about her here.
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There you have it!  Lots of fun goodies in this giveaway!

Here's how you enter:

Leave me a comment about your personal favorite kitchen holiday tradition.
(1 entry)
Leave me a separate comment if you post this giveaway on your blog, Facebook page, or Twitter.
(2nd entry)
If you follow PinkPostcard, let me know in a separate comment.
(3rd entry)

This giveaway ends Monday December 12 6pm PST, and is open to those with a U.S. address.  No exchanges for the items here.  I will announce the winner on Tuesday December 13.   Winner will be picked via Random.org.  Please make sure you have an email available for me to contact you, otherwise I will have to pick another winner!  The towel will be shipped directly from Sweet Bohemian Life, so I will put you two in contact with each other for shipping and personalization info.  Let me know when I contact you what chocolate selections you would like so I can put the order in and get it shipped to you with the other items.
Thanks for entering!
Good Luck!!

**This giveaway is now closed**

24 comments

  1. I follow your blog....religiously :-)

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  2. My favorite holiday kitchen tradition is making lefse with my daughters....
    diane

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  3. I am indeed a follower. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  4. The past few years my favorite kitchen tradition has been raiding the cupboards for goodies the kids can attach the the gingerbread house! Leftover Halloween candy is great for that!

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  5. I know I don't quality for any of your giveaways, since my address is in Canada! However, I wanted to drop you a note anyway to let you know I'm an avid follower of your blog...and I just love it!:) What a fun giveaway you're hosting...

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  6. Oh yes I am a follower, thank you for the opportunity to enter!! Di

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  7. My favorite kitchen tradition is making snacks, toffee and cookies for giveaway!! Di

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  8. I lve making my neighbors recipe for pumpkin bread in a can to give to many friends and neighbors.

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  9. favorite kitchen holiday thing to do.....pour egg nog and dot with nut meg for our guests. it's the perfect finish to a yummy meal and dessert......

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  10. You had me at Chocolate! I love all of it. and Yes Im a follower!

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  11. I just studded some fresh oranges with whole cloves to make aromatic pommanders for the house. It sure smells like Christmas to me!

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  12. I'm already a follower, so sign me up please!

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  13. Facebook it !http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/The-Wicker-House/292624674101005

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  14. I love creating Tablescapes even though we never have christmas dinner at my house.

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  15. I'm a follower...my favorite kitchen tradition would be baking all of the cookies that my grandmother and I used to bake together when I was a kid. I still use her recipes, in her old handwriting. They are treasures to me. It makes me feel like she is there with me. Even the little cards have our old jelly stains on them. andrea@townandprairie

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  16. kitchen tradition for the holidays is probably making cookies. we like the peanut butter with a hershey kiss on top. we used to always make spritzes too

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  17. My Grandma used to make petzel (not sure if I'm spelling that correct) cookies which looked like flat, round waffles, but they were my favorite!

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  18. I'm a pinkpostcard follower! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. Kitchen traditions in my house are, hanging the old fashioned Santa on my wall that reminds me of my late grandmother "Ma," lighting the Fresh Balsam candle from Bath & Body Works (my favorite) and a kitchen filled with sweet treats for just a couple weeks.

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  20. I already follow you & I am a big fan. Merry Christmas!

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  21. My favorite Christmas kitchen tradition is that I save all my Christmas baking for Christmas Eve day. On that day the kitchen becomes a cheery factory of deliciousness! (we also make Chex mix each year, mmmmm....)

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  22. I'm a new follower to "*Pink Postcard"!

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