Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Today we are Giving Away... (PRIZES CLAIMED)


A Cute, Discreet Wallet from Sweet Tweets Boutique

I need to start off by telling you that my husband would absolutely hate to read this post. Therefore, if you are a male, you may want to leave this site now. Not forever, but most definitely for today. Go ahead and click on the little red “X” in the upper right. There we go. See ya later, fellas!

Okay ladies, I have a question. Have you ever been in public and had your tampon fall out of your purse? Or you are at a restaurant with friends, your infant reaches into your baby bag, and next thing you know a wrapped tampon has become his new favorite toy? Or have you ever sent your brother-in-law or some other male to retrieve something out of your bag only to find out later that he had to search through a mound of tampons to find what he was looking for? (true story)

A couple more questions: do you have a daughter who embarasses easily? Or a teen who would like to store a few tampons in her locker without anyone seeing them? If your answer to any of these questions is “yes”, Sweet Tweets Boutique has a product for you.

Sweet Tweets Boutique sells discreet little tampon purses aka "Incognito Tampon Wallets". They are small enough to fit in your purse, but big enough to store and hide tampons. They even have a little pocket for your Midol. Clever.


I have to say, I would like to have one of these, but more importantly, I would have liked to have one of these as a teen. A discreet way to carry and hide tampons? That would have been nice. And I will definitely want one for my daughters when they are in middle school and high school. Those years are awkward enough, why not give them one less thing to worry about?

Today Sweet Tweets Boutique is giving away an Incognito Tampon Wallet to two lucky winners.
Sweet Tweets Boutique also does Boutique shows in Ivory Homes model homes all over Utah Valley. Their shows usually have between 50-75 vendors and they have a ton of fun! For more information, visit their website here.

You can enter to win an “Incognito Tampon Wallet” up to THREE times today. Even if you don’t need one, please enter to win and then if you win, give it to a teen you know. She'll thank you.

For one entry, leave your first and last name in a comment.
Example: Jane Doe

For a second entry tell us your first and last name and who you would give the Incognito Tampon Wallet to if you win.
Example: Jane Doe: Myself (and then I would love one for my daughters in a few years)

For a third entry, since I mentioned the teenage years, please tell us your first and last name, one of your favorite junior high school teachers and why.
Example: Jane Doe: Mr. Langston. He was my eighth grade math teacher. He really seemed to care about all of his students. Plus he had our class lip-sync the song “We Don’t Need no Education” for the entire school during an assembly. Awesome!

The winner of the Incognito Tampon Wallet from Sweet Tweets Boutique will be announced tomorrow, May 6th. Please visit us then to see if you are our winner and to discover our new giveaway for the day. And now look below to discover the winner of our Mother’s Day “Utah Package” Contest. It was a tight race. We will also tell you a little bit about the companies who are giving the winners gifts (they are offering something to you too), and the winner of yesterday’s giveaway from Dee’s DeeZigns. Thanks!

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RockMyFriday!com said...

Lindsay Featherstone

Evie's Story said...

Mandy Smith

RockMyFriday!com said...

Lindsay Featherstone: me and my sister

Evie's Story said...

Mandy Smith
my sister

Shannon said...

Shannon Stilwell

Sandi said...

Sandi Lyman

Sandi said...

Sandi Lyman: My sister...always on the go:)

Kristen U said...

Kristen Urie

Sandi said...

Sandi Lyman: Ms. Warnick, 9th grade French. She was so funny. She really made learning fun.

Anne said...

Anne Jensen

Heather said...

Heather Swanson

Kristen U said...

Kristen Urie: Me! maybe my daughter in 11 years!

Tara said...

Tara Smith

Cheryl said...

Cheryl Bowe

Anne said...

Anne Jensen: my teen sister

Cheryl said...

Cheryl Bowe: my daughter

Tara said...

Tara Smith: definitely myself!

Anonymous said...

julie brown

Cheryl said...

Cheryl Bowe: Mr Drenner, he was so much fun. I think we spent more time laughing then learning.

Kristen U said...

Kristen Urie: Mr Jones--8th grade US History--he was very animated and loved history. He was always jumping around and I learned a lot.

Tara said...

Tara Smith: Mrs. Helsel was such a great English teacher/librarian. I worked for her in the library and it only increased my love for reading.

Susan said...

Susan LaMontagne

Susan said...

Susan LaMontagne~ I would give it to my sister she is getting ready to go to high school and I think she would like it.

Heather said...

Heather Swanson: my sister, Amber who is 16

Anne said...

Anne Jensen: my choir teacher was great. He pushed us to sing well, but was so nice.

IandS said...

Stacey Morgan

IandS said...

Stacey Morgan: one for me and one for my sister

Heather said...

Heather Swanson: Mr. Brooks, my 8th grade English teacher, was awesome! He was a huge Beatles fan, and taught us all of the "helping verbs" set to the tune of "Help!"

Susan said...

Susan LaMontagne~ My English teacher in 8th grade Mrs. Edwards she always had fun stories to share and made it fun and interesting to learn.

IandS said...

Stacey Morgan: Mrs. Pybus my English teacher. You could tell that she loved Shakespeare and was inspiring to us rather than boring us:)

Richard and Diane said...

Diane Lambert

felicia said...

felicia voss

Lee said...

Lee Bay

felicia said...

felicia voss: my mom

Lee said...

Lee Bay: myself, my sisters, my nieces.. every girl I know!

*Still Memories* said...

micklena Frampton

*Still Memories* said...

Micklena Frampton: Me and my SISTERS

Lee said...

Lee Bay: I guess Mr. Brown was my favorite. He was the band teacher and band was the only thing I really enjoyed in school.

The Jarrett Family said...

Amanda Jarrett

*Still Memories* said...

Micklena Frampton: Mr. Rowley...he was awesome...still is. He understood us crazy teenagers..:)

The Jarrett Family said...

Amanda Jarrett, Myself!!

Sadie said...

Sadie Lyman

The Frampton's said...

Tristan Frampton

Laurie said...

mlaurie luaelmaga

The Frampton's said...

Tristan Frampton: my wife

The Frampton's said...

Tristan Frampton: Michelle Davidson...she was an awesome drafting teacher.

Sadie said...

Sadie: I would save one for my daughter when she gets older

Aaron and Angela said...

Angela Hagfeldt

haley said...

haley anderson

Laurie said...

Laurie Lualemaga: amber my buddy

The Jarrett Family said...

Amanda Jarrett: Ms. Whicker, she was one of those teachers she either liked you or she didn't and thankfully she liked me!! She was great and helped me with a lot of scholarship stuff!!

Anonymous said...

Camille Brown

Sadie said...

Sadie Lyman: My fave jh teacher would have to be Kenny Higbee. He was a great English teacher that helped me love creative writing

Anonymous said...

Camille Brown: twin nieces

haley said...

haley anderson: myself

Tara said...

Taralyn Parker

Tara said...

Taralyn Parker: Myself

Tara said...

Tara Parker: Dr. Lee - my choir teacher who encouraged me in journalism.

Brittany and Johnse said...

Brittany Davis

Brittany and Johnse said...

Brittany Davis - my sister who just started college :)

Neoma said...

Mari Sjödin

mari.sj at telia.com

Blessed For Eternity said...

Melinda Leavitt

Anonymous said...

Leslee Kitchen

Blessed For Eternity said...

Melinda Leavitt- Myself (they are neat, I would for sure love to have a few for later with having three daughters!)

Sam and Josh said...

Samantha Holt

Sam and Josh said...

Samantha Holt:my sister and me

Neoma said...

Mari Sjödin: me and my little sister

mari.sj at telia.com

googlebug said...

Jeni Wilson

Anonymous said...

Leslee Kitchen-myself

Blessed For Eternity said...

Melinda Leavitt- Mr.Hill my history teacher. He was so amazing he had a passion for history and was so fun in the creative ways he would help us to learn.

googlebug said...

Jeni Wilson: My nieces and my girls as they grow up!

Chrissy said...

Christine Lockhart

Heidi said...

Heidi Hansen

Chrissy said...

Christine Lockhart: my daughter

melanie said...

melanie kunz

Brittany Ann said...

Brittany Hansen

Ann said...

Ann Smith

domesticish diva said...

Elizabeth Kelemen

Sam and Josh said...

Samantha Holt:Ms. Thatcher, I was an aid for her and even though she was tough, she was great to be an assistant for.

Scrappymt said...

Christen Martin

Scrappymt said...

Christen Martin

Scrappymt said...

Christen Martin

Ry, Katie and Jack said...

Katie Paxman

Ann said...

Ann Smith - I need one of these for my two teenage daughters (age 16 and 14)! This is so clever - they would love to have something so cute and discreet.

googlebug said...

Jeni Wilson: Mrs. B. -- the winningest coach in Utah history. She was the greatest coach and teacher ever!

Ry, Katie and Jack said...

Katie Paxman

My 13 year old niece.

Ann said...

Ann Smith - my favorite teacher was my choir teacher, Mrs. Willmore. We called her "Flo" and she was so great. She was always there for us to tell our troubles to - what a great support during those akward years.

Heidi said...

Heidi Hansen: Myself (and then I would love one for my daughters in a few years)

michele said...

michele cutler

Jeremy and Molly Horn said...

Molly Horn

Heidi said...

Heidi Hansen: mr Smith made math class so fun and I can't believe how easy it was to learn!

Jeremy and Molly Horn said...

Molly Horn
My sister Kiora

mel said...

melissa hohnberger

Jeremy and Molly Horn said...

Molly Horn
Mrs Shipley. Chior teacher, she made singing a blast.

mel said...

melissa hohnberger
I would love it for myself and my daughter, down the line.

Amanda said...

Amanda Wright

mel said...

melissa hohnberger
My favorite teacher was Mr Wilker because he was passionate about what he taught and it rubbed off.

melanie said...

melanie kunz- I'd give one to my daughter

steph.miles.miley said...

Stephanie Harrison

michele said...

michele cutler- I'd give one to my granddaughter

Fackrell Fam said...

Andrea Fackrell

Fackrell Fam said...

Andrea Fackrell: myself

lyndi said...

lyndi jenson

steph.miles.miley said...

Stephanie Harrison: I'd probably keep it for myself because I would have a hard time decideing if I should give it to my mom or sister

Jenny B. said...

Jenny Berglin

Jenny B. said...

Jenny Berglin: myself!

Jenny B. said...

Jenny Berglin: Mrs. Blair

melanie said...

melanie kunz- Mr. Johnson made social studies fun!

Blair Campbell said...

Blair Campbell

steph.miles.miley said...

Stephanie Harrison : My favriote middle school teacher would have been Mr. Kartchner (my home room teacher). He made learning fun and he was nice.

Sarah C said...

Sarah Cross

Blair Campbell said...

Blair Campbell: my sister and myself!!

Sarah C said...

Sarah Cross - I would give it to ME! I recently had a very embarrasing experience with this very same 'item' the other day in my male dominated workplace. AWESOME!

lyndi said...

lyndi jenson- I'd give one to my niece

Courtnie said...

Courtnie Cotterell

Kristen said...

Kristen Perschon

Courtnie said...

Courtnie Cotterell: I would love one along with a few of my cousins who are teenagers.

Kristy said...

Kristy Pollard

Kristen said...

Kristen Perschon, one for me, one for my best friend Ashleigh

Blair Campbell said...

Blair Campbell: Mr. Barker or Brinkerhoff. My science or math teacher. Mr Barker was so funny we just built a friendship that we stil have today. And Mr. Brinkerhoff because he really helped me understand math, it has never been my subject!!

Kara said...

Kara Thompson

Lisa said...

Lisa Gettler

Jessica said...

Jessica Winger

Lisa said...

Lisa Gettler: One of my teenage sisters

Kara said...

Kara Thompson: probably myself :)

Courtnie said...

Courtnie Cotterell: Mrs. Young-she was a great role model and always very complimentary of my art and skills (she was my art teacher). She was really talented herself but always saw the good in her students.

Mandi and Adam Galovan said...

Mandi Galovan

Kara said...

Kara Thompson: Mrs Danzer - biology teacher because she believed in me

B&B Goldsberry said...

Bridget Goldsberry

Lisa said...

Lisa Gettler:Laurel Shelley-She honestly cared about each and every one of her "kids"

B&B Goldsberry said...

Bridget Goldsberry: myself

Mark and Emily said...

Emily Bleazard

Anonymous said...

Amy Wilkins

mamagoose said...

Lesley Gosselin

Anonymous said...

Amy Wilkins: Myself, because in a house full of boys...I could really use something discreet!

Emily E. said...

Emily Erspamer

Christy said...

Christy Cain

mamagoose said...

Lesley Gosselin - myself

rlmquest said...

Rebecca Milne

Emily E. said...

Emily Erspamer: Myself (I was walking around the office just yesterday with a tampon hanging out of my pocket. *blush*)

Tsosie and Peterson Bunch said...

HEATHER TSOSIE

rlmquest said...

Rebecca Milne- My daughter who is in Middle School

Joby said...

Jo Bryan

Christy said...

Christy Cain: I would love to stick these in my bridesmaids gift bags!

Tsosie and Peterson Bunch said...

HEATHER TSOSIE - MY 14 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER WHO JUST GRAUDATED TO TAMPONS

Tsosie and Peterson Bunch said...

HEATHER TSOSIE MISS ANDERSON CAUSE SHE JUST CARED MORE.

Emily E. said...

Emily Erspamer: Mrs. Johnson my 7th grade reading teacher. She did a great job of making the subject interesting, but was also hilarious. I still burst out laughing at some of the memories from her class.

Joby said...

Jo Bryan, well it would be a fight between me having it, but you were so right, my daughter is at high school and this will be perfect to give her.

rlmquest said...

Rebecca Milne- My fav. teacher was Mr. Roesch...he was kind, thoughtful, interested, educated, experienced, and I love History because of him!

Joby said...

Jo Bryan My History Teacher Mr Haynes for binging the American Midwest to life and turning an afternoon into a fantasy lesson. I learned so much.

Jennifer said...

Jennifer Owen

Love this!

Tart Deco said...

Steph Lewin

Tart Deco said...

Steph Lewin: I would give it to my niece who is a sophomore in H.S.

Brendalyn said...

Brendalyn Hacking

Jennifer said...

Jennifer Owen
I would save this to have on hand for my daughter when she starts.

denise said...

Denise Whiteley

Brendalyn said...

Brendalyn Hacking: myself and my sisters

Macey Kay said...

Very clever and cute. Macey Bishop

Jennifer said...

Jennifer Owen
My favorite Jr. High teacher was Mr. Birchfield b/c he made learning history interesting.

chelsea said...

Chelsea Seamons

Michelle said...

Michelle Chappell

chelsea said...
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Holly Rader said...

Holly Rader

Becky said...

Becky Baird

Anonymous said...

Janet Holm

Becky said...

Becky Baird: Myself

Ashley said...

Ashley Isenbarger

stephanielea said...

Stephanie Minielli

Anonymous said...

Janet Holm: myself

chelsea said...

Chelsea Seamons
myself- and my 12 year old little sister when she gets to that point

Holly Rader said...

Holly Rader-myself (my daughter won't need one for quite a while.)

Becky said...

Becky Baird: My drama teacher in high school was really cool and we had a lot of fun in his class.

Jenn said...

Jenn Sorensen

stephanielea said...

Stephanie Minielli - Myself, and then save it for when I have a daughter and she has to deal with all that :)

Jenn said...

Jenn Sorensen- Myself or my sister

Shanna said...

Shanna Coleman

Jenn said...

Jenn Sorensen- Mr.Holt- He was my math teacher and he was a great guy. Lots of fun and made learning fun!

stephanielea said...

Stephanie Minielli - Mr. Gaghagan .. He use to tell us to eat bread and then drink vodka so the break would soak up the vodka.. Haha. I Loved him!

Liss said...

Melissa Bejot: Myself

***LIZ*** said...

Liz Roberts

Kristin said...

kristin stout

***LIZ*** said...

Liz Roberts: me, I'm the only girl in my house!

chelsea said...

Chelsea Seamons- favorite teacher Mrs. Hamblin my 8th great English teacher she helped me further my knowledge and learn to enjoy reading even more. She was very encouraging about writing and learning in general. She was one of the kindest teachers I have ever had! She cared!

Oliver Family said...

Amber Oliver

Robin said...

Robin Sessoms

Oliver Family said...

Amber Oliver: My cousin

Robin said...

Robin Sessoms: myself

Melanie said...

Melanie Thomas

Anonymous said...

Amanda Cingolani

Anonymous said...

Amanda Cingolani
My Niece

Melanie said...

Melanie Thomas: Myself

***LIZ*** said...

Liz Roberts: Mrs. Leeners, she taught math forever and she still had a sense of humor after teaching that long.

ccdean said...

Christy Dean

Anonymous said...

Amanda Cingolani
Mr. Barber taught World History and I always enjoyed his class cause he made it fun to learn.

ccdean said...

Christy Dean: I would give it to myself than my great friend Michelle.

ccdean said...

Christy Dean: My favorite Junior High Teacher was my home economics teacher Mrs. Franhauser. She taught me to love cooking.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

sandy du

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

sandy du- my neighbor who is a teen and know she would love

Lee and Marie said...

Marie Belliston

Anonymous said...

Whitney Dyer:myself

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