Favorite Summer Things Giveaway!

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Favorite Summer Things GiveawayI’m so excited for today’s post! I am celebrating all things summer by giving away a some of my favorite of goodies. You may remember last year when I gave away these same fun prizes in my post for Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles. Because of the positive response, I decided to do it again! One lucky winner will get this prize pack to enjoy all summer long and beyond! That’s not the best part, though. I’ve also partnered up with 12 other fabulous bloggers who are doing the same on their sites, RIGHT NOW! So once you’ve entered here, you’ll want to hop along and enter the rest for goodies galore!

Favorite Summer Things

1. Thriving Home // 2. Tried and Tasty // 3. Intoxicated on Life // 4. Nourishing Joy // 5. Happy Home Fairy // 6. The Nourishing Home // 7. Heavenly Homemakers // 8. Keeper of the Home // 9. Living the Nourished Life // 10. The Realistic Mama // 11. Chaos2Peace // 12. Martha Martha // 13. Young Wife’s Guide

HOW TO ENTER:

  • Check out the giveaway collage featuring all the beautiful bloggers we’ve partnered up with and their favorite summer things.
  • Scroll on down to see the details for MY favorite summer things.
  • Enter to win in the giveaway rafflecopter below.
  • HOP to all the other sites and enter to win their favorite summer things!
  • Look around and enjoy the sites of these incredible bloggers. 
    My giveaway

These are the items in my giveaway:

  • (1) Zoku Classic Pop Mold: “Reinvent the classics six pops at a time with Zoku Classic Pop Molds. These easy-to-use and even easier-to-clean removable molds make creating and cleaning up a snap. Invite them to your next family dinner, party, or to join the rest of your Zoku Slow-Pop™ collection.”
  • (1) Zoku Slush & Shake Maker: “Make healthy slushies, milkshakes, frozen alcoholic drinks (yes!), and fruit smoothies in as little as 7 minutes with this high-performance, design-driven slushy maker. Try ingredients like blended fruit, homemade juices, malted milk, chocolate milk, sweetened coffee, soda, floats, eggnog, energy drinks, soy milk—we could keep going and so could you.”
  • (1) Zoku Fish Pop Mold: “Dive into the world of Zoku Fish Pop Molds with your favorite under-the-sea creatures including a Shark, Clownfish, Octopus, Whale, Puffer Fish and even a Zoku Scuba Diver. Mix and match the tails for fun and surprising results. The sticks contain drip guards and have amusing “skeletons” that are revealed as the pops are eaten. The pops are easy to remove from the molds by simply pulling on the sticks, no rinsing is required.”
  • (1) Zoku Duo Quick Pop Maker: “It takes two to Zoku with the Zoku Duo Quick Pop Maker. Enjoy the same size pops as the original Quick Pop Maker and freeze them just as fast—making up to six pops before refreezing the unit. This size is perfect for couples, students, smaller families or as an addition to the original Quick Pop Maker for larger groups.”

Product description for each of the prizes taken from Zoku website.

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More about the bloggers

thriving-home-logo-FINAL-WEB copyThriving Home

Thriving Home is a food and lifestyle blog where Polly and Rachel strive to encourage moms to thrive in every area of home life. They try to keep it real when it comes to sharing about healthy recipes, raising little people, growing in their faith, freezer cooking and various other topics that motherhood and life may bring their way.

chaos2peace_logoChaos2Peace

Jennifer and her family live in the South. She and her husband, Fred, have three boys ages 12, 9, and 6, and one unruly dog named Dash. Chaos2Peace is a blog designed to bring peace in the midst chaos by providing organizational tips, menu planning, simple recipes, and a whole lot of laughter. Join us on the blog today as we do life together, one step at a time.

Screen Shot 2016-05-04 at 12.56.28 PMHappy Home Fairy

Julie Brasington is the wife of a South Florida Worship Pastor, mom of 2 busy boys, preschool teacher, and lover of {{dark}} chocolate chips. She is also the creator and author of Happy Home Fairy, a popular blog focusing on encouraging and equipping moms to choose joy on the parenting journey. She shares easy craft ideas, FREE printables, simple recipes, corny jokes, holiday fun, thoughts on raising kids, and honest, heartfelt messages to uplift the weary mama.

heavenly homemaker logoHeavenly Homemakers

Laura Coppinger and her husband have four sons ages 11-18. HeavenlyHomemakers.com is dedicated to inspiring women daily with healthy (and easy!) recipes, homemaking tips, spiritual encouragement, and good ol’ clean fun.

TNH-Grab-button-150x150The Nourishing Home

The Nourishing Home provides family-friendly gluten-free recipes, free weekly whole food meal plans, helpful cooking tips & techniques, and lots of encouragement to help you in your journey to live a more nourished life.

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Tried and Tasty

Tried and Tasty is a recipe website where fun, conversational writing is paired with top notch food photography. Join Yvonne as she warmly welcomes you into her kitchen and shows you how to wow your tastebuds!

header march 2015The Nourished Life

The Nourished Life is all about approaching health and wellness from a place of balance. Getting healthy should not be another source of stress in your life! We tackle everything from metabolism to body image to emotional wellness to DIY beauty. If you’re ready to break up with stress and body hate, and embrace a healthier approach to, well, being healthy, then our community might be the perfect fit for you.

TRMlogoFINALThe Realistic Mama

The Realistic Mama is a go-to parenting blog that covers a little of everything but always focusing on spending more quality time with your kids. You’ll find parenting encouragement and kids activities but you’ll also find things like easy recipes and even entrepreneurial tips because through these you will then have more time for your family.

KOTH-logo (1)Keeper of the Home

Keeper of the Home is a resource for women and families who are striving to be healthy – body, mind, and soul. It covers a wide range of topics from healthy recipes, cleaning practices and self-care. Keeper of the Home is a community of women in all seasons of life. Our inspiration begins with our faith. Stewardship inspires the way that we approach our homemaking. In fact, it’s the foundation of what you’ll find when you pull up a chair, grab a mug of something delicious, and come share this journey with us

logo with avatar 400Nourishing Joy

Nourishing Joy is dedicated to real food and natural living. We’re on a mission to equip and inspire parents like you with the tools to make intentional, thoughtful decisions that work for YOUR family easy. Or at least easier.

image1Martha, Martha

Martha, Martha is for busy women looking to live a more productive and peaceful life based on faith in Jesus. Household tips, life strategies, easy recipes and devotions come together as we focus on Jesus’ words to Martha “only one thing is needed.”

Mailchimp Header - YWGYoung Wife’s Guide

Jami Balmet has a heart for encouraging women in their roles as homemakers and that what we do every single day matters. She blogs about this passion at Young Wife’s Guide with practical tools, tips, and inspiration for Biblical Homemaking and Christian Living. Come join our community for encouragement and to chat with like-minded women in all seasons and stages of life.

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Intoxicated on Life is a site dedicated to bringing readers quality resources on raising strong families – body, mind, and soul!

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204 comments about “Favorite Summer Things Giveaway!

  1. Alisha

    I would definitely make strawberry kiwi popsicles! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

  2. Megan Presley

    I’d love to try making an orangesicle type! I always loved those as a kid!

  3. Kathryn Mattus

    So many options…a mixed berry would be so good, but I also love a tropical “pinapple-y” goodness also :~)

  4. Anna Chan

    I have a recipe for frozen raspberry pie, that would be better suited for a popsicle.

    Ps, I don’t think your instagram link in the entries is working.

  5. Brittany

    Well, you mentioned Eggnog in your description, so I’d probably have to make some eggnog popscicles because now I’m craving it!

  6. rissa7gabs

    I was just thinking of popsicles the other day. Now the weather is warming up i am ready for homemade popsicles. I want to make some tropical smoothie ones and also blueberry smoothie. Hmm maybe a tropical watermelon one…. Lots of options!

  7. Stefanie S.

    I’d make a raspberry-blueberry-red currant-lime-sparkling water-popsicle for the kids in my family that will sparkle on and color their tongues ;-D and a virgin caipirinha one for me and my girls 😉

  8. Nichole Franklin

    We’ve been eating paleo style, so I’m thinking a coconut based chocolate pudding pop… 🙂

  9. Jess

    Loving all these giveaways! I’ve never seen molds like this before, super cool for summer!

    1. Jess

      Realizing I didn’t pick a flavor: I think I would do a coconut flavor, maybe with some strawberries in there.

  10. Tracy Cottongim

    I would make Mango!!!! I have heard so many good things about the Zoku brand.

  11. Christina

    ooh summer treats! I love strawberry…the kid loves mango…have never tried the combination…

  12. Tina

    What a fun giveaway! I don’t know which flavor I would try first, probably strawberry, watermelon, or pudding pops. 🙂

  13. Amy J.

    I usually make popsicles out of leftover smoothies, so . . . probably some form of berry flavor ;).

  14. Chantel

    I’d make something with a mango in it!!! There’s a tree in my back yard, so there’s plenty of them to make popsicles! 😀

  15. Lisa Mu

    I’d have to check with my kids to see what they’d want, but strawberry or cherry sounds good.

  16. Stacie

    It’s a toss up between lemon (my son’s favorite) or fudgsicles (my daughter’s favorite) – or maybe I’d have to try something new so there wouldn’t be a fight!!!

  17. Eliz Russell

    I have a giant bag of mixed frozen fruit from Costco – I’d use that. I’m not sure what fruits are in the blend exactly… Perhaps mango, peach, strawberry? Hmm…Let’s just call them Costco pops 😉

  18. Sarah Bauer

    My kids have been asking to try kombucha popscicles, so that’s probably what I’d do first.

  19. Jessica T

    My daughter tried making cucumber, lime, mint popsicles a couple weeks ago, but they separated in our regular popsicle molds and weren’t that tasty. I told her we have to get a Zoku again! We had one, but the freezy stuff inside leaked out so we had to stop using it. So if we win, we’d have to make her popsicles again!

  20. mommy2darlings

    Wonderful giveaway!! I would love to make some strawberry and mango popsicles.

  21. Gabriele Ibarra

    I’m loving coconut right now, so I would probably make a coconut/pineapple popsicle:) my boys would love it!!

  22. Jennifer S

    I vote for strawberry lemonade, made in the fish and sea creature molds! Yum and fun!

  23. Janet

    I have never used these before. But, I think strawberry sounds delicious and refreshing!

  24. Raye

    I’d make cherry strawberry first for my little guy and (let’s just be honest here) mocha cappuccino for me…. 🙂

  25. Kimberly

    Tough choic. I have two fun books of healthy pops. Right now strawberry lemon is sounding yummy.

  26. Cara Matheny

    The strawberry lemon sound good! Although i think i would head for the chocolate shake first!

  27. Virginia

    Probably watermelon! I’ve seen some pretty whole fruit ones that I’d like to try.