Friday, May 6, 2011

Giveaway: Mom’s Notecards with a Sweet Surprise

Winner: Congratulations to our 5 winners, I've heard back from all of them.  Sounds like this is going to be a fun prize for all their families!  Congrats again on winning a Sweet Tweets Giftbag!!  Sweet Tweets are perfect for Mom's Notecards with a Sweet Surprise!

Update: The giveaway is now closed. Thank you everyone for your fantastic comments. Loved hearing about your Mom's notes and words of wisdom, great ideas for what to share in my own boys lunchboxes. Winners will be contacted shortly via email.

Did you know Canada.. There's a fantastic new product from Bazooka Candy Brands that I think is just perfect Moms - Sweet Tweets.


With text, e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and other tech conveniences, we hardly take the time to write handwritten notes anymore. Still, that’s what makes it even more special when we receive a handwritten note from a loved one.

With Sweet Tweets, you can insert last minute reminders, or simple “I Love You” notes into your child’s lunch boxes, school bags and or camp care packages.

Sweet Tweets are super-fun and extremely versatile, and a great way to make any moment a special occasion! Sweets tweets can also be great to as “forgot about” party favor, placement tags at a birthday party, gift tags and even labels.

Or you can even enjoy them for yourself as you jot down a few “notes to self”!

Created by Bazooka Candy Brands, Sweet Tweets are small, decorated and colorful note cards featuring cute, candy emoticons attached to each. Coming ten to a package, they retail for about 99 cents available for purchase online at http://www.sweettweetsnotes.com/ and will be available at retailers nationwide.

Mandatory Entry
Take a walk down memory lane and think about that one special message that your Mom used to say to you, or placed in your lunch box or book bag.

Submit the message in a comment below.

Optional Second Entry
Follow @sweettweets on Twitter #SweetSurpriseGiveaway (please leave a second comment)

Five winners will be selected to receive the “Mom’s Notecards with a Sweet Surprise” Giveaway gift bag and goodies for your next special occasion! One mandatory entry and one optional entry per person - open to our Canadian readers. Giveaway closes May 20 at 9:00pm EST. You must leave an email address so I have a way to contact you in the event that you win. Winners must respond within 72 hours or another winner will be choosen in their place.

We are looking forward to hearing about that special surprise from your Mom!

70 comments:

  1. My mom used to always say believe in yourself #SweetSurpriseGiveaway
    @Mystee007 on twitter

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  2. My Mom always put a caramilk cake in my lunch for special school outings since I lived close to my school I came home everyday for lunch.

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  3. My Mom would write "love you" on a napkin in my lunch bag :)

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  4. My mom always sent a note signed xoxo with a special treat telling me to have a good day

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  5. During my school days my mom would often say to me "don't work too hard". I was studious and I guess this was her way of telling me to have some fun as well.

    ajmizen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  6. I Follow @sweettweets on Twitter @glogirl3

    ajmizen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. My Mom used to always tell me to make sure I was wearing clean underwear before I left the house because you never know when you may get in an accident! I still haven't figured out the logic behind that one, but it always makes me smile!
    sctich(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. When the golden sun is sinking
    And your mind is trouble free
    When of others you are thinking
    Think of me.

    Smile

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  9. When the golden sun is sinking
    And your mind is trouble free
    When of others you are thinking
    Think of me.

    Smile
    forgot email - Btbatten@connect (dot) carleton (dot)ca

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  10. My Mom used to give me chips in my lunch when the other kids didn't get any haha I loved it.

    Thanks for great prizes!

    abby967@hotmail.com

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  11. My Mom always told me to leave a mark on every person I meet :)

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  12. Us kids all look up to my and what she has done for all 4 of us.

    I remember her saying little things that at the time meant nothing but now as a yougn adult they float back into my head.

    One being think before you speak. I have a tendancy to say things without thinking it over. Also, your yyour own person follow yourself not others. I set myself goals and dont let others stand in my way this is how I got through college and continue to set goals for myself.

    cdillane at hotmail dot com

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  13. Following on Twitter.

    Ricki911

    cdillane at hotmail dot com

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  14. The greatest gift my mom ever gave me was 'trusting me'. Knowing that she trusted me and believed in me in everything i did, has made me the woman i'm today...i'll make sure to try and do that for my daughter, however hard it may seem-thanks!

    Email: jmshurland@gmail.com

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  15. Ooooh.. I remember my Mom leaving notes in my lunch, too funny, haven't thought about it in years, thank you :)

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  16. If you haven't got anything nice to say don't say anything at all
    nrobak101@hotmail.com

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  17. My mom said "Good handwriting is a sign of intelligence." Wonder what she thinks of all the new ways to communicate.
    brendaspuppy@hotmail.com

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  18. "sweet treat for my sweetheart, look inside the pink wrapper.."
    Smile Lil One because MOMMY LOVES YOU :)


    She always surprise me with yummy food and special notes.

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  19. Follow @sweettweets on Twitter #SweetSurpriseGiveaway

    @spdls0215

    spdls0215@yahoo.com

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  20. Mom always said to "look smart", I can still hear her voice saying it!

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  21. Mom always said to me that I could do better but little did she know that is what i wanted to do was to be a mom

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  22. my mom used to say show gratitude for the little things in life
    jessicatang90 at gmail dot com

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  23. tweet
    http://twitter.com/#!/hongdoufantuan/status/66959841427595265
    jessicatang90 at hotmail dot com

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  24. Similar to one comment my Mom always said Look Sharp

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  25. MY MOM TOLD ME TO ALWAYS LISTEN TO THAT LITTLE VOICE SHE CALLED THE SPIDEY SENSES IF YOU EVER NEED THEM. WOMEN'S INTUITION IS VERY POWERFUL!

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  26. My mom never packed me a note. #SweetSurpriseGiveaway

    @MyBitsandBleeps

    mybitsandbleeps@gmail.com

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  27. Dont worry they gotta let you outta jail eventually!

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  28. My mom would include a different note in my lunch every day..no 2 days were alike. One that stands out is "Believe in yourself because I believe in you"
    karryknisley76 at hotmail dot com

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  29. I follow you and sweettweets on Twitter as Karryknisley
    karryknisley76 at hotmail dot com

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  30. clean underwear in case of accident!
    spynaert@gmail.com

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  31. She didn't leave it in a note but my Mom always said "on your best behaviour" as I was heading out the door everyday - not sure it's exactly a fav memory ;)

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  32. Trust in yourself was my mom's message

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  33. my mom used to say, do on to others as you want other to do unto you, every day i heard that

    tomgirlbc

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  34. I added @sweettweets and tweeted

    tomgirlbc

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  35. I shared and tweeted, my e mail is on twitter, or here

    tomgirlbc@yahoo.ca

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  36. I remember when we had just moved i was just in grade 4 so it was "tragic" and i got a note saying "make new friends keep the old, some are silver, some are gold" As simple as it was it seems to be something that totally helped! would love to try these :D

    mmarly88 (at) bell (dot) net

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  37. Sounds like a great item for the lunch bags.

    My mom passed away before I even started school.

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  38. My mom always used to write, "I'm thinking of you" on a note in my lunch :)

    - Jenn
    @neonkiss

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  39. My mom use to sing a song to me she made up whenever I was mad. It always made me smile.
    theknitwitbyshair@hotmail.com

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  40. follow them on twitter @knitwitshair
    theknitwitbyshair@hotmail.com

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  41. She used to always tell me to be careful. I think... I don't really remember her telling me anything like that. LOL

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  42. I packed my own lunch. :)

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  43. I packed my own lunch. :)

    (forgot e-mail address)

    hsearcy@mts.net

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  44. My mom used to tell me to believe in myself.. the star's the limit..:)
    sweetiepie007@hotmail.com

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  45. http://twitter.com/#!/tomgirlbc tweeted may 11 2011

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  46. my mom use to tell me to treat others how i want to be treated
    thanks
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  47. i Follow @sweettweets on Twitter
    (@flower_child_23)
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  48. Hmmm, well she did used to say "remember to keep your chin up - You're British!" whenever anything crummy happened - lol.
    klfvilla at aol.com

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  49. Following @sweettweets on Twitter @klfvilla
    klfvilla at aol.com

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  50. Greetings:
    Mom, always said look down on the ground
    you might find a lucky penny from heaven.
    It worked. Thought they were
    pennies from heaven just for me.
    Also, try to smile every day.
    as dayle b at telus dot ca

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  51. follow your blog on twitter
    as vinci777
    email dayle b at telus dot ca
    and google friend connect as vinci
    Sweet, giveaway, thanks

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  52. follow sweettreats on twitter
    just twitted as vinci777
    email dayle b at telus dot ca

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  53. My mom never left notes in my lunchbag but she would always let me know she loved me and always told me I Love You! :) She also always asked me about my day at school.
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

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  54. I follow @sweettweets on twitter
    @ksceviour

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  55. My mom used to say "Don't dawdle" whenever we had to walk home from school or anywhere. i'd never heard anyone use that word except for her, my entire life. abrennan09@hotmail.com

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  56. She would tell me she loved me
    leannemacg at gmail.com

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  57. http://twitter.com/#!/leanne_mac/status/69807470247297024

    leannemacg at gmail.com

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  58. My mom would make smiley faces on the bag...once though she released my nickname that no one knew about. My nickname at home was "Geek"...yes that was an awkward day at school ;)
    kimber_loo(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  59. Tweeted https://twitter.com/momgosomething/status/69820331694637056 and follow!!
    kimber_loo(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  60. My mom left notes saying 'love you' or 'good luck' in my lunchbox.

    gemmamousley(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk

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  61. Mom would leave candy hearts in our lunch on Valentine's Day with an 'I love you' note.

    ceeenndee at gmail dot com

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  62. I Follow @sweettweets on Twitter -ChristineD22

    ceeenndee at gmail dot com

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  64. My Mom used to say always try your best

    green123apple@gmail.com

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  65. I Follow @sweettweets on Twitter #SweetSurpriseGiveaway
    @butterfly_012

    green123apple@gmail.com

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  66. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/#!/klfvilla/status/70952779488833536
    klfvilla at aol.com

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  67. She always gives an I LOVE YOU`note

    pierre.delossantos@ymail.com

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  68. Follow @sweettweets on Twitter
    @pierreandre75

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  69. Growing up my Mother worked fulltime along with my dad so they weren't around alot. We kind of did some things for ourself. But I remeber both of my parents encourageing us to be the best we could and to set goals and strive to get there!

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  70. sweettweet follwer
    @jenblizzard

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