Welcome to Week 36
1 Party, 4 Blogs
Samantha @ Crafty Texas Girls
We just came off a busy weekend full of pink tulle, twirling ballerinas, and balloons. My youngest turned 3 and to celebrate we had little 'ballet birthday'. My home is still recovering, but once I get it back in order, I promise a full post complete with pictures and ideas for throwing a ballet party of your own! Stay tuned :)
New to Cowgirl Up: A Giveaway!
This week's Cowgirl Up is sponsored by Appliances Online.
Appliances Online is the appliance specialist, with a vast online selection and easy to navigate site. Plus they just launched a brand new Lifestyle Blog- full of delicious recipes, beautiful kitchen designs, hints and tips for the home, and exciting giveaways.
This week, Appliances Online is giving away a $50 gift certificate to use at Amazon.com.
Want to win? Simply click over to Appliances Online Lifestyle Blog and then come back here and leave a comment about what you would like to see next on their blog (ex. more recipes, kitchen designs, or ideas for home interiors etc).
THE PRIZE: $50 Gift Certificate to Amazon.com
TO ENTER: Visit Appliances Online Lifestyle Blog and leave a comment here about their blog.
GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Sunday, October 14 at 8pm CST.
FINE PRINT: Winner will be chosen using random.org from the comments left on this post. Participants may enter this contest one time. Winner will be notified via email and in a new post here on Monday, October 15th. Please make sure I can contact you.
**The contest is now open! So pop on over to Appliances Online Lifestyle Blog and then come back here and leave your comment. I can't wait to see who wins-- it could be YOU!
Now, On to the Party Features
(Pinners- please click the link to pin from the original source)
You will never guess how "Sew Sweet Vintage" stuffed these pretty pumpkins, read the post to find out!
"Home Is Where the Boat Is" baked up these spooky hand pies using Wilton candy eyes. Such a fun way to add a little Halloween to any baked good.
Finally, "Revisionary Life" filled a wagon full of painted white pumpkins to create a festive display.