Thursday, November 15, 2012

Fun with Pinypons

 I was selected to host a Pinypon Fashion Party from Mommy Parties. These cute little dolls are recommended  for girls 4-7 years old. Their hair, face, fashions, and legs are interchangeable with other dolls so the girls can make new looks with each other. They had so much fun! Each party goer received their very own Pinypon doll and had a chance to win the Pinypon doll van to take home. 
 I was also sent 2 Nenuco baby dolls, one to keep and one to raffle off. These are great quality and encourage young girls to feed and bath them. 
The girls enjoyed cupcakes, cookies, and juice for a full afternoon of play and fashion fun. 

Want to know more about Pinypons and Nenuco brand dolls? Find them below at the following links on the web, facebook, and twitter:

Currently on the PinyponUSA facebook page they are offering discounts on purchases of Pinypon dolls and accessories. Go like the page and print off coupons here! After this party, my daughter and all her little friends definitely have Pinypons on their Christmas wish list.

Disclosure: I received products to keep and giveaway for being a host through MommyParties sponsored by Pinypons. All opinions are my own. 

#ToraniFlavors Holiday Twitter Party Tonight with She Speaks

If you are on twitter or would like to join a twitter party - this is one I recommend. Torani syrups are so versatile and can be used to create custom recipes. I know they popular in the coffee shops to flavor your favorite cappuccinos and teas - but I have used the flavors in frosting, baked goods, pancakes - the ideas are endless! And Torani has more flavors than you could even imagine! Check out their flavor page here.

There will be 4 prize packs given away during the twitter party. In order to be eligible to win, you must RSVP on the She Speaks website here.

Details: Thursday November 15, 2012 at 9pm EST
On Twitter follow @SheSpeaksUp @Torani and the full list of panelists.

Disclosure *This is a sponsored blog post by Torani and She Speaks but all opinions are my own.
Comment here and tell me what your favorite Torani flavored syrup is and what you would use it for. 

See you there!