Last month I started a fun, new giveaway series where I ask you to vote for giveaway prizes you want to enter to win here at Don’t Mess with Mama. Each month, I’ll feature eco-friendly products for families and kids, for the kitchen and much more. Give me your suggestions for future giveaways because I want you to win what you want.
Last week I asked you to vote and the Silicone and BPA-Free Ice Pop Molds by eHome Essentials won by a landslide. This set is versatile – it can be used to make your own popsicles or yogurt squeezes for the kids. Plus, it’s super easy to use. This set is valued at $18 on Amazon.
Be sure to become a fan of the Don’t Mess with Mama Facebook page so you can vote for the giveaway prize next time.
How to enter the giveaway:
- Sign up for the Don’t Mess with Mama email newsletter. You must be signed up to be eligible to win, but you can unsubscribe at any time. Don’t worry, I will not share, rent, sell or otherwise give out your email address to any third party. Your email address is solely used for sending out news and updates from the Don’t Mess with Mama blog.
- Read more about the Silicone and BPA-Free Ice Pop Molds by eHome Essentials.
- Enter using Rafflecopter below.
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