An Apron Full of Giveaways 11.25.08

An Apron Full of Giveaways will be offered each week starting today. It is a way to tie my two obsessions together- awesome aprons and loads of free loot. Each week a giveaway will be sponsored by a new apron and in each post will be a load of great free stuff you can enter in to win. I thought this would be a great way to help my fellow work-at-home friends and give you some eye candy while entering your giveaways. To kick off this feature, we will be offering four giveaways to our readers this week.

If you would like to host an apron giveaway, please send me an email at [email protected]. Until we get some sponsors, these will be just some eye-candy while you enter the giveaways. I am hoping we will get sponsors though and can enter to win these contests!

Today’s apron is called “Dots on Cocoa” print and is a hostess apron. It can be purchased for $29 through Fancy Boutique. I just love the style and print of this one and who can resist a brown apron with bright polka dots on it? I am a girl who loves a full apron because I am a disaster in the kitchen. Can anyone else relate to this statement?

Not only do we have four giveaways to offer our readers this week we also have two giveaways that will be closing up at 8PM (EST) Tuesday evening. Included within our giveaway list for this week- a personalized photo necklace, free Clorox 2 laundry detergent, Klutz Christmas Activity Books and a year’s worth of Scott’s paper towels and toilet paper.

Be watching for more giveaways periodically throughout the week! I am doing my best to make your Christmas a little brighter and help relieve some of that financial strain that plagues us all around the holidays

Below are the contest links-if you are hosting a contest please link it up below. Please put your site name and then what type of contest you are hosting. For example, “MomAdvice (Christmas Movies).”

Please let me know if you have any questions and good luck to each of you!

Published November 24, 2008 by:

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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