Hey all you ladies (and gents) who love FREE stuff. . .I have something for you. This is literally From My Kitchen to Yours. This is my first giveaway and I am so darn excited about it!! A while back, I was introduced to Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day lavender countertop spray. It is fabulous, people! This spray will clean all non-porous surfaces and all ingredients are biodegradable and perfectly safe for your home. I love this stuff (and no, I am not getting compensated to advertise for them). It just makes me feel so much better to be cleaning my home with product that is safe around my babies. I'd love for you to have some to use in your kitchen, too.
So how do I win, you ask. It's actually so easy to get your name put in the pot. There are several easy ways to register, so do them all to up your chances. . .
#1--Leave me any old (nice!) comment following this post. (worth 1 entry)
#2--Follow me on here and leave a comment letting me know. (worth 1 entry)
#3--Follow me on Twitter. Tweet about this contest and then show me the link in a comment. (worth 1 entry)
#4--Leave me a recipe in the comments section. (worth 1 entry) #5--Join my community and participate (or start) in a discussion. (worth 1 entry)
So, you could potentially have five entries for the spray. I'd love for this giveaway to push new people to my community so that we can help the Children's Hospital. Remember this post? The BlogFrog will donate $10 for every 20 NEW people in my community, and I'd REALLY love to be able to help out! Come on, Friends. . .just say "hi," and know that by doing so you're helping out sick children!!
You will not be disappointed in Mrs. Meyers, so get to entering. Comments will be closed on Thursday, December 17, and I'll use random.org to generate a winner sometime that afternoon.
The winner will have 48 hours to email me with their contact information. If after that 48 hours I haven't heard from you, random.org will generate another number. Good luck, Friends!!
Living in small town Oklahoma, I am married to the sweetest man you will ever meet. We have five young children, so I would now consider myself a professional juggler. I'm a wannabe crafter, cook, baker, and gardener. Some might call me crunchy. I'm okay with it.