Simple Sewing Machine Cover



Today I am showing you the sewing machine cover I made, but first a little back story:
I got a sewing machine nearly 7 years ago which definitely does the job but I really only have the ability to do a straight stitch or zig-zag. As I got more into reading craft blogs I read about all the cool things fancy machines could do and I really hoped one day I could upgrade my machine.
Then one day about a year ago I was out at yard sale and I scored a Brother VX-970 for $15! It is definitely an older machine, but it has a lot more options than my newer, simpler White machine. The asking price was $20 but when I told them the accessory table was missing, they knocked it down to $15. Wahoo! (The accessory table is that L-shaped piece that you take off to change the bobbin and whatnot.)
Shamefully I have only used it a few times. Sewing without an accessory table is actually a lot harder than I imagined. I finally just coughed up the $22 for a new accessory table and now she is whole again!
Now that she is back in tip top shape, I am planning to bring her along to the Singer sewing party. 16 people sharing one machine to sew a project sounds a little cuckoo to me!
All of that back story so that I can tell you I made a sewing machine cover for the old gal!

I found a great tutorial over at Make It and Love It, which I tweaked slightly.

The original tutorial put ribbon tie's on both ends of the sewing machine. I decided to have the ribbon wrap all the way around the cover and tie only on the one end.

I put the hemmed cover on my sewing machine and simply pinned where I wanted the ribbon to go. From there I simply did a straight edge along each side of the ribbon.

I am in LOVE with this fabric. It is outdoor upholstery fabric. It was in the red tag fabric section of Joanns for $3/yard. The turquoise and gray just make me swoon. I also like the extra detail that the putting the ribbon on the outside added. As I was taking pictures, this one stuck out to me. I think it looks like my sewing machine is wearing a bonnet. After I noticed that, I have been calling her "the old gal" ever since.
Now the old gal won't have to go to the Sewing House party naked. That would just be uncouth!
Speaking of the Singer Sewing House Party, I have been pinning ideas for simple sewing projects on my Pinterest account. If you have never heard of Pinterest, it is essentially visual social bookmarking. It is addicting too! If you are on Pinterest, leave me your username I'd love to check out your boards. Predictably enough, mine is cuteasafox. :)


Easter weekend

Let me start off by telling you all that we won the Kellogg's Rice Krispies Easter Challenge. Yay! We had some tough competition, but we were able to pull it out. I am already brainstorming for the next challenge this summer! Thanks to everyone that helped by voting and spreading the word!


I hope everyone had a really nice Easter weekend. My husband took off Thursday and Friday, so we had a wonderful weekend! That is why it has been so quiet around here. On our four day weekend we did this....

some of this...
and LOTS of this...

I had a great long weekend, but I am itching to get back into the swing of things. In two weeks I am going to be hosting another House Party. This time it is a Singer Sewing House Party. Woohoo! I can't wait to show you all the fun stuff I have up my sleeve.

Rice Krispies Easter Basket

Today I am going to share with you how I made the Rice Krispies Treat Easter Basket. I seem to get my best ideas when I'm laying in bed trying to fall asleep. Shortly after our Easter theme was announced for the challenge I lay in bed brainstorming and BAM! the idea hit me.

It was all sort of a big experiment so I don't have step-by-step pictures, but I will do the best I can to be descriptive. What you need:
- Empty Ice Cream Bucket with straight sides
- Non stick spray
- Two Batches of the standard Rice Krispies Treat recipe(on the box) I colored one pink and one purple.
- Electric Carving Knife or serrated bread knife. I used a regular bread knife.
- Frosting to use as "glue." I found a recipe you can use HERE
- Wire Hanger
- Wire Cutters

Directions:
  1. Spray the inside of your ice cream container with non-stick spray.
  2. Using warm Rice Krispies, push the Rice Krispies treats into the bottom and up the side of the container. For stability, you want the walls to be at least 1.5" thick. The
  3. Make sure you have things packed down nice and tight.
  4. After your treats have set up a few minutes, remove your treats onto a sheet of wax paper.
  5. Repeat steps 2-4 with your second batch and color of Rice Krispies treats. Let set until firm, if they aren't already.
  6. Cut off the bottom layer of the basket at 3/4" with the serrated knife. Do not use very much downward pressure when cutting. You will squish your nice round basket.
  7. I opted to use the purple Rice Krispies Treats as the bottom layer of my basket.
  8. From the bottom end where you just cut, continue cutting layers off that are 3/4" thick. Including the bottom, I had 5 usable layers. The very top layer was not a full 3/4" thick. Your number of layers may vary depending on the height of your basket.
  9. Cut both of your colored Rice Krispies Treats baskets in this fashion.
  10. Take one ring from each color and stack them one on top of the other. The bottom will remain one solid piece, do not cut the bottom layer.
  11. Cut the stack of 2 rings into 16 equal pieces. I kept cutting the sections in "half."
  12. Start laying your basket pieces down alternating colors. I like to lay out the whole layer to make sure everything fits nicely.
  13. "Glue" down each piece with frosting.
  14. Repeat steps 10-13 until you have all of your layers complete.
These are the steps to make the basket handle
  1. Bend a wire hanger to the size and shape you desire for the handle.
  2. Make a half batch of Rice Krispies Treats in your desired color.
  3. Press warm Rice Krispies Treats around the wire hanger, leaving an inch on each end free of Rice Krispies Treats.
  4. Allow our basket handle to set-up.
  5. When you are ready to assemble, insert the wire ends into the basket.
Tip: A wire hanger was a little difficult to work with. A wire that is more pliable would be easier, but it is doable with a wire hanger.

Here is our close-up shot again. The basket made a perfect little perch for some Rice Krispies Treat chicks. I imagine the big one is named Uncle Harold. He just looks like a Harold to me. :)

Thanks to everyone that voted for our team. We really appreciate all the positive comments and feedback we got back. We should be finding out the results today or tomorrow(4/21). I am sure I will let you know if we win.
If you are interested in making a basket and have any questions, please feel free to ask. I will help you out the best I can!


Recycled Ice Cream Bucket Easter baskets


This Friday, April 22 is Earth Day! As a part of the B Kind 2 Earth Day project with Nickelodeon, the National Wildlife Federation, and TheMotherhood.com, I pledged to do something to help the planet for Earth Day.
When thinking of what I could so, I remembered that: Earth Day at the start of Easter weekend
and I am craft blogger who loves to share tutorials and idea. I should obviously play to my strengths.
I created an Earth friendly Easter craft that you can do too! I mod-podged old ice cream buckets and turned them into Easter baskets for my kids. I had planned to do this for about a week and then I got a call that the family easter egg hunt and been pushed up and I only had about 3 hours to get everything I wanted to do done. This craft is quick and practical, I love it.
I used Fabric but you could easily use paper if that is what you have on hand. My directions will refer to how to do this project with fabric.

Supplies:
Clean and empty Ice Cream bucket with a handle
Mod Podge
Fabric
Hot Glue Gun
Ribbon/Trim optional

Steps:
  1. Measure the height of your ice cream bucket. The two I used were 4 inches and 6 inches. Cut a strip of fabric 1 inch taller than the height of your basket. That way you can fold over the raw edges. You could also use ribbon to cover any raw edges and skip the extra length.
  2. Apply Mod Podge to the bucket in small increments, about 2-3" at a time. Avoid putting Mod Podge about 1/2" from the bottom. You will be gluing the bottom later.
  3. Fold over the top of the fabric 1/2" and place it flush against the top lip of the bucket. Smooth the material out as you lay it down. I pushed any air bubbles towards the side and bottom.
  4. Make your way all the way around the bucket applying Mod Podge, folding down the fabric 1/2", and smoothing down the material.
  5. When you get all the way around, cut your fabric so that it overlaps slightly and gives you 1/2" to fold under the raw edges.
  6. Now to take care of the bottom edge. Fold the raw edge of the material under and secure it to the bucket with hot glue. It might not look perfect right now, but once you add some embellishments, they will cover any imperfections.
  7. Apply 1-2 top coats of Mod Podge to the material. I used glitter Mod Podge. I love the effect.
  8. When the Mod Podge has dried, apply any trim or ribbon that you like. Between the five different baskets I made, I used ric-rac, ruffle trim, and this yellow flower felt "ribbon."
I loved this project, for several reasons.
  1. I think they are pretty darn cute!
  2. I had almost everything on hand. I did purchase the Easter fabric but that was it. I loved that I got to do a little stash busting as well as recycling.
  3. I got to have a discussion with my kids about recycling. We recycle everyday but I don't often stop to explain why it is important. It was fun show them how an old ice cream bucket was now a cool Easter basket.
I made three baskets for our family Easter egg hunt then came back and made two more so I could get some process pictures.
I upped the ante on my daughters outfit took some of the leftover material and appliqued it onto a shirt I got at the thrift store. She looked so cute and I kind of loved that she matched her Easter basket.
Here is my son, daughter, and niece after the Easter egg hunt. If you can believe it, that is only half of their haul! See those adorable ruffle fabric skirts? I used the 5 minute skirt tutorial over at Sugar Bee crafts. I was able to score the ruffle fabric for $5/yd on clearance at Joanns. I made both skirts with 1/2 yard which means each skirt cost me $1.25. Yippee!
For a lot more ideas on ways you can get involved, check out the B Kind 2 Earth Day page on Facebook.

Rice Krispie Treat Topiary

First things first, if you have not voted for the Phoenix team in the Rice Krispie Challenge, please go HERE now and do it. First you need to "Like" Kellogg's Rice Krispies if you haven't already. Then you can click 'like' on all four of the Phoenix Team's pictures. I truly appreciate it.

Well I am excited that I get to start out by telling you how to make this Rice Krispie Treat topiary.

Supplies:
  • 6" Styrofoam ball
  • 1/2" wooden dowel cut to your desired length. Our was 17." Painted to the desired color.
  • plastic wrap if you intend on eating the treats off of the topiary
  • toothpicks
  • 1/2 batch of Rice Krispie treats in your desired colors. We used pink, purple, and yellow.
  • Vase or container for the topiary base
  • Block Styrofoam
  • Colored Rice Krispies or some kind of vase filler.
  • Optional - Ribbon for a bow
Assembly:
  • Make a half batch of Rice Krispie treats according to the recipe on the box. A half recipe should be 1.5 TBS butter, 3 cups Rice Krispies, 2 cups mini marshmallows. Throw a few extra marshmallows in for luck. It makes them stick together a little better. Make sure you add any food coloring after the marshmallows have melted, but before you add the Rice Krispies.
  • With buttered hands, roll small balls of Rice Krispie treats with your hands. Ours were about the size of a heaping tablespoon. It would be a good idea to make one or two that were smaller in case you need to fill in gaps in the topiary.
  • Repeat steps 1 and 2 with any additional colors you want. I used all of the Rice Krispie balls to cover the topiary, so it was 1.5 batches worth of Rice Krispie Treats total. Keep this in mind if you want to use more or fewer colors.
  • If you plan to eat the Rice Krispies off the topiary, cover the styrofoam ball with a thin layer of plastic wrap.
  • Insert your dowel into the bottom of the styrofoam ball about half way. The Rice Krispies are very light and we had no problems with tipping, leaning, or the top of the topiary getting too heavy.
  • Insert a toothpick in to a Rice Krispie Treat ball at least half way through the ball.
  • Starting at the top of the Styrofoam insert the Rice Krispie ball.
  • Work your way around the ball, alternating colors. You want the Rice Krispie treat balls to be as close together as possible.
  • There were quite a few instances where the end of the toothpick pushed out through the top of the Rice Krispie Treat. Cover the whole topiary and at the end you can trim any toothpicks sticking out. ** We did not have any issues with the balls that were on the underneath falling out. Rice Krispies are seriously an awesome medium for topiary making. It was easy-peasy!**
  • Now that your whole topiary is covered, it is time to assemble it.
  • Put the end of the dowel into your styrofoam block. We used a glass container so we cut down the styrofoam to a pretty small piece.
  • Hold the topiary upright and pour in your vase filler. You could use colored Rice Krispies, decorative rocks, jellybeans, pretty much anything
  • You may have to adjust the balance slightly, but you should be good to go!
Coloring the Rice Krispies
Coloring Rice Krispie treats is pretty easy because you can use food coloring in the marshmallows. Coloring just the Rice Krispies is a little tougher because Rice Krispies can get soggy fast. After lots of experimentation we found that Food color spray works awesome! It is an aerosol food coloring. It is available at both Hobby Lobby and Joanns as well as cake supply stores.

This is how we did colored the Rice Krispies:
1. Cover your whole spraying area, there is some over spray that occurs
2. Put a single layer Rice Krispies in a 9x13 pan
3. Lightly spray the Rice Krispies with the Color Spray. After you get a good coat on the top, mix it up and spray again. Repeat the mixing and spraying until you get the shade and coverage you want.

Here's that side shot again that we used for our entry.
Photo by Jacquilyn Avery Photography

Thanks so much for voting for our project! If you like what we have done, please help us spread the word by using the Share feature in Facebook and have your friends vote too. Thanks again everyone!

Easter Challenge Voting is up!

I woke up this morning and saw our project on the Kellogg's Rice Krispies Facebook wall. Yahoo! That means it is time to vote!

Please go to the Kellogg's Rice Krispies Facebook page and 'Like' our awesome Easter Chicks and rockin' display. All four of our projects photos are up, so to be safe please 'like' all four of them. Here they are all again, just to jog your memory.



Over the course of the next week each team member is going to be breaking down a part of the project for you. That way you can make it too if you like. Here is the schedule...
Thursday, April 14 - Rice Krispies Topiary - Cute as a Fox
Friday, April 15 - Rice Krispies Decor Balls - Aly and Ash
Monday, April 18 - Rice Krispies Flower Arrangement - Around my Family Table
Tuesday, April 19 - Happy Easter Banner - Lil' Luna
Wednesday, April 20 - Rice Krispies Easter Basket - Cute as a Fox

One more time, please go vote HERE Thanks!!

Lacy Leggings at GroopDealz

I subscribe to a lot of different group deal sites but it is pretty rare that I purchase something. I just had to show you these cute lace leggings on GroopDealz. I love them and think they are so adorable.


Apparently last time they were up they sold out pretty quickly, so if you are interested in them, I would hurry over. I already got mine! You can find the deal at GroopDealz.

Rice Krispie Giveaway winner

Thanks to everyone for entering the Rice Krispies $100 visa card giveaway. Only person could win but there is good news for everyone else. Each member of my team will be giving away three more throughout the year. That means 12 more opportunities to enter a $100 giveaway.

The voting for the best Easter themed project begins on Facebook April 13. I will be sure to remind you again on Wednesday, but please get ready to vote for our Cute Rice Krispie chick and display table on the Kelloggs Rice Krispies page. (Aren't you glad you already liked them as part of your giveaway entry?)


On to the winner. Out of 754 entries, our winner was #275.

That means the winner is debpaint16. Congratulations!! I have emailed you for your address. Please get back to me ASAP.

I can't wait for the voting to start. I'll be 'seeing' you on Wednesday!

Bunny Chow Recipe and Printable

I have understandably had Rice Krispie Treats on the brain. Today I am going to share with you a yummy recipe I created during brainstorming for our Easter project. We didn't chose it for the competition but it is no reject to be sure. Sweet, salty, chocolaty, and just plain yummy.
I envision having the kids leave it out for the Easter bunny much like you would leave out treats for Santa and the reindeer.

This treat took me about 10 minutes to make, so don't be alarmed by all the writing. I really tried to be thorough with the instructions. Seriously, this is so easy to put together!


Bunny Chow
Ingredients
1.5 Tablespoons butter or margarine
2-2.5 cups marshmallows (I say, the goo-ier the better)
3 cups Kelloggs Rice Krispies
1 bag popped microwave popcorn
2 cups of pretzel twists or circles
6 ounces of M&MS in Easter colors or Chocolate Almond bark
Vanilla Almond Bark
Candy melts- optional
Wax paper

Instructions:
  • Make sure you have all your ingredients gathered. Line a large cookie sheet with wax paper.
  • In a large saucepan, melt the margarine over low heat.
  • Add the marshmallows and stir constantly until completely melted. Add any food coloring now.
  • Remove from heat and add the Rice Krispies. Stir until well combined.
  • With a greased utensil turn the Rice Krispies out onto your cookie sheet. No need to press it down firm, just spread it out. We want small clumps of Rice Krispies as the end results, so it doesn't need to look pretty.
  • Sprinkle the M&M's and pretzels over the top of the warm Rice Krispies.
  • Pop your microwave popcorn while the Rice Krispies are cooling.
  • Once the Rice Krispies have set up, break them up into small chunks. You can use clean hands or a knife if you are more comfortable.
  • Add your popcorn to the mix on your cookie sheet. Try to get everything mixed together as evenly as possible. My M&M's just wanted to stay at the bottom of the pan.
  • Melt your almond bark or chocolate in the microwave according to the package instructions. Put the melted chocolate in a freezer storage bag and clip a tiny bit off of the corner. Drizzle the chocolate over the whole mixture.
  • Once the chocolate is all set-up you can serve it or store it in a freezer storage bag.
My Suggestions:
  • I drizzled purple candy melts and then let it set up. I mixed the whole tray up again and then drizzled again with white Almond bark for maximum chocolate coverage. :)
  • I actually put down the pretzels and M&MS before I made the rice krispies. It didn't stick them together quite like I wanted, so I recommend doing the rice krispies first.
  • You could also omit the M&M's and just use some melting chocolate too. I think the M&M's are pretty though.
After extensive taste tastes a few nibbles, my perfect bite is rice krispies with the pretzel. Heavenly!

Now that you have made this delicious treat, how are you going to present it? With cute bag toppers of course! I love options, so I gave you a few. I also created that cute little bunny rabbit from scratch which is a pretty new thing for me. I'm so excited that he is immediately recognizable as a rabbit!
Here is option #1. Print it, cut it, fold it, and staple it. Easy peasy!
Download Option #1 HERE (PDF document, prints 2 to a page)

Option #2 is for those crafty over-achievers that everyone loves to hate. ;) Cut around the bunny's ears with an exacto knife so when you fold him in half, his ears pop-up. Make sure you cut the ears before you fold this one in half.
Download Option #2 HERE (PDF document, prints 2 to a page)

I am also offering them without any writing so if you would like to use some alternate text, you can put in whatever you want. You can save these images directly. For your reference they should print 4.5" x 6.75".
Please do not re-post these printables online without my permission. You are more than welcome to link up to my blog. Thank you very much!
I hope you enjoy. I would love to hear if you use them. If you have any issues with downloading the files, send me an email to cuteasafoxcreations@gmail.com and I will send you the files.

Clips for Keri Update

I want to say thank you to everyone that responded for my call to send some hair clips to my friend Keri. You can read about it HERE if you don't have a clue what I am talking about. Keri had her first chemotherapy treatment yesterday and understandable feels pretty rotten. She asked me to share with everyone the new blog she started to chronicle her her journey.
It is called Bring on the Rain! (http://keriandherrain.blogspot.com/)
If you get a chance, please head over there and give some words of love and encouragement. Perhaps you could follow her blog too so she knows people are cheering her on.
She posted a message about the hair clips she has received, so read that while you are there too.
Thanks again everyone! I love sharing fun and crafty things with you on my blog, but I really love being able to use my blog to do something good. You guys are the best! Thanks for reading!

Engraved Burlap Wall Hanging

The theme this week over at the CSI project is Burlap. I am linking up my Engraved Burlap Eiffel tower. I made it for Jax last year for her birthday. I have added quite a few followers since then, so I thought I would repost it for everyone to see...
It is an Engraved burlap wall hanging. Yep, I said engraved! Crazy right?

I was going to try and freezer paper stencil the Eiffel Tower on. As I was preparing all of my stuff to cut the freezer paper on the laser engraver, I had a Eureka! moment. Wouldn't it be cool if I could get the laser to engrave on the burlap? With some luck it will turn dark brown and look painted, or stamped.
Lots of fiddling around with the settings later, I got it to work. I was a little worried because burlap is very flammable and the laser has caused a fire or two in it's time. Thankfully we were blaze free!! I am so excited with the way it turned out. I have lots of ideas rolling around for other things I could engrave on burlap.
Here is a close-up shot of the tower. It looks like the laser just sort of burned away some of the "fluff" in the fibers. When you compare engraved to not engraved, the weave looks much farther apart on the engraved.


For anyone saying, you did what with a WHAT? Here is a link to previous post that has some pictures and explains a little bit better about my laser engraver! http://cuteasafox.com/2010/04/self-indulgance.html

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Chewy Gooey Rice Krispie Chicks and Easter Display

I am so delighted to share our Easter display for the Kellogg’s™ Rice Krispies™ Making Memories Challenge. When our team started brainstorming about our project, our main focus was creating a recipe that our children could make with us. Not just watch from the sidelines while we made it. This challenge is not just about making a delicious Rice Krispie treat, but getting in the kitchen with our kids and making lasting memories.
We really feel great about the recipe we have created to share with everyone. We know that these chicks are just as fun to make with your kids as they are to eat!

Chewy Gooey Rice Krispie Chicks
yields: approximately 24 chicks

Ingredients:
  • 1/2 cup margarine or butter
  • 7 cups Kelloggs Rice Krispies
  • 1 lb mini marshmallows
  • Yellow Food coloring
  • mini chocolate chips
  • Candy for beaks such as candy corn, jelly beans, or chocolate covered sunflower seeds
  • Pretzel sticks or twists for legs
  • Buttercream frosting
Directions:
  1. Melt 1/2 cup margarine or butter in a large sauce pan on low heat.
  2. Add 1 lb mini marshmallows and stir constantly to avoid burnt marshmallows.
  3. Add about 10 drops of yellow food coloring after the marshmallows are completely melted and stir until uniform in color. You can adjust the amount of food coloring based on your color preference.
  4. Remove from heat and stir in 7 cups of Kelloggs Rice Krispies
  5. Set aside for about 10 minutes or until the Rice Krispie treats are comfortable to handle. You want them to be warm so they are easy to work with.
  6. Spray your hands with non-stick spray or coat with margarine. If the Rice Krispies start sticking to you, add some more non-stick spray to your hands.
  7. Take small handfuls of Rice Krispie treats and form into an flattened oval or rounded triangle shape to form the chick's body
  8. While the chicks are still warm, decorate the chicks according to your preference. We used:
    • mini and regular chocolate chips for eyes
    • candy corn, jellybeans, or chocolate covered sunflower seeds for a beak
    • pretzels for legs or feet.

  9. While the chicks are setting up, color some buttercream frosting yellow.
  10. Using a grass piping tip(#233), pipe little tufts of hair on each chick.

We had so much fun getting together and creating all kinds of different chicks. They were big, little, and everywhere in between. You can really let your kids creative genius run wild.
Each chick was a little different and had it's own personality.

The second part of the challenge was to create an event where we might serve our Rice Krispie treats. We decided to challenge ourselves and make everything on our dessert table out of Rice Krispies. We used only Rice Krispies and food safe materials when creating our display. From edible Easter basket grass to Rice Krispies sprayed with food color spray for vase filler, we really mean that it is ALL edible.

The Rice Krispie balls on the topiary are held on with toothpicks, so you can just pluck one off and eat it!

Each member of our team has agreed to share detailed instructions on how to make all of the projects on the dessert table. Stay tuned to all of our blogs over the two weeks so you can create the ultimate Easter dessert table too!
Cute as a Fox - Rice Krispies Easter Basket and Rice Krispies Topiary
Around my Family Table - Rice Krispies Flower arrangements
Aly & Ash - Rice Krispies "decor" balls
Lil' Luna - Happy Easter banner

In the meantime, you can head over to the Rice Krispies Making Memories Circle on The Motherhood. April 15, there will be a special live video chat with all the different teams.

I will also let you know when voting begins on Facebook. You get to help decide which team wins! We will definitely need your support.

The $100 visa card giveaway is going on HERE. You have until April 10th to enter!

Our whole team hopes that you are inspired to get in the kitchen with your kids and start making memories!

Disclosure: I am working with Rice Krispies and TheMotherhood and have received a stipend for participating in this project.

CLOSED: Rice Krispies $100 Giveaway

Thanks for entering everyone, the giveaway is now closed. The winner be announced Monday morning!
As I mentioned last week, I am participating in the Rice Krispies™ Making Memories Challenge.


As part of this challenge, I get to give away $100!!

That's right - a $100 visa gift card for one LUCKY READER!

So, how can YOU win?

1. Like my Facebook Page HERE
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2. Like Kellogg's Rice Krispies on Facebook HERE.
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3. Follow me on Twitter (CuteAsAFoxBlog)
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4. Follow my Blog.
(Already do? Just remind me!)
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5.
Link to this giveaway on Twitter, Facebook, or your blog. (1 entry each)

(tweet: I entered to #win a $100 #giveaway from #RiceKrispies with @cuteasafoxblog ends 4/10. Enter here: http://cuteasafox.com )

**Please leave a separate comment for each entry along with your
email address. Please include any verifying information like your Facebook name, Twitter handle, or blog address for those entries**

Each person on my team will also be giving away $100,
so be sure to check out their blogs for more chances to win.
Kristyn - Lil' Luna
Jacqui - Aly & Ash
Wendy - Around My Family Table

Giveaway ends at 9 PM Pacific on Sunday, April 10th.

Come back April 11th to see if YOU won,
and to check out our recipe and decorations we entered for the contest. You are going to be blown away!

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