Perfectly Chilled Wine with Corkcicle Lucky 13 Giveaway
I can hardly believe that in a few short days will will be in 2013! It doesn’t seem quite possible, now does it? Don’t you wonder what happened to 2012 and how it flew by so fast? Well, it’s here and in order to make sure 2013 kickoffs with a BANG we’ve decided to say good-bye to 2012 in true Sassy Girlz Style! (say that 3 times, real fast!)
Do you have super, big plans for a Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Celebration? Grandma Juice can get you set up with some pretty Trendy New Year’s Eve cocktails! And, if you partake too much in the libations, she’s also got some really great tips to prevent & cure that hangover! How tired of Turkey are you? The Kids Are Grown has a yummy Roast Herb & Lemon Chicken recipe to cook up while you’re waiting for the ball to drop And! For dessert, how about some Better Than Sex Cake? Oh yeah, some days, it sure is! Know what else we have going on? Only 1 of the best giveaways just in time for the new year to start!
Sassy Girlz would like to welcome you to the LUCKY ’13 New Years Giveaway Hop hosted by BloggerPR! Someone had to organize an event to celebrate the new year with some amazing prizes, right! Each of the participating bloggers is giving away a prize valued at $20 or more. And so far, we have over 50 bloggers joining in and giving away some really great prizes! This event will run from December 29th until January 12th, which gives you plenty of time to hop down the linky list below.
For our giveaway, we will be sending out 2012 and welcoming in 2013 by giving away a Corkcicle! ARV $25.00 This super gadget was just named as one of OPRAH’S FAVORITE THINGS OF 2012!!! It’s a super accessory for all wine lovers! Corkcicle chills your wines from the inside out to get a perfectly chilled wine temperature every time. And, it works on both your favorite white and red wines. Corkcicle was designed to keep your white wines chilled as well as bring room temperature reds down to the ‘cellar’ temperature they are best consumed at. I know!! Very cool!
Perfect giveaway at the to welcome in a new year, right? Let’s start this new year with a toast… Out with the old, in with the new! Ready? You know what to do! Fill out the handy, dandy Rafflecopter form below and off you go! Giveaway open to US & Canada residents 18+. All entries will be verified. You wouldn’t cheat, would you?
This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Stacey W on the lucky win!
Banging the pots and pans at midnight
being married to a Scots means no drinking until midnight
Kim Burnett says
Julie G. says
My favorite tradition is giving my hubby a smooch at midnight.
Samantha D. says
As i’m usually alone and depressed on New years, I eat a lot and go to bed early. Just another day to me.
Jennifer Barata Allen says
Watching a movie with my family
Anne W. says
I love the champagne toast! 🙂
Sacha Schroeder says
Watching the ball drop!
My favourite tradition–watching the 3 Stooges marathon with hubby!
Michele P. says
hugs and kisses at midnight, followed by a toast and tamales.
Rhonda Martin says
Kissing my man when the ball drops at midnight.
I have never seen or heard of the Corkcicle before. This is too cool. Thanks for sharing it~!
Sue Sattler says
When my kids were little we would get a fruit tray and a veggie tray, bring out all the blankets and pillows and watch movies until it was time for the ball to drop. This year, I get to do it with my grandkids. 😀
Kimberly Schotz says
We like to watch the ball drop on tv
Lisa Smith says
Staying up while everyone else falls asleep
Erika E says
My favorite tradition is letting my son stay up until midnight so we can all wish each other a Happy New Year.
Megan Parsons says
I love watching the ball drop!
I love lighting our tree on fire in the back yard (it’s a hit with the kids!)
Tawnya S says
My favorite tradition is going out to dinner with my in-laws. Thanks!
thuy vu says
I love to make a special dinner for luck.
Mine is staying home. LOL
eating shrimp cocktail, watching tv
staying home and catching up on movies we never had time to watch!
My favorite New Year’s Eve tradition is to eat Chinese food with my hubby 🙂
Carmen Van Deursen says
Trying to stay up until midnight!
nicole lewis says
we have chinese food, birthday cake for my husband, then go to bed lol
Huguette E. says
Midnight kiss is my favorite tradition.
Kelly Tanner says
Staying up for midnight kisses! <3
sharing it with friends and neighbors
Making homemade pizza and watching great movies with the family
Drinking sparkling grape juice (i’m not the wine drinker, but the rest of my family is!)
Lisa Cox says
don’t have any NYE traditions. usually it’s just another day
Belinda McNabb says
The kissing at midnight
We spend the evening playing board games with our children.
karen d says
Ever since we had our first child, we stay home. We usually make finger foods, let the kids stay up late, sometimes hats and blow things – nothing fancy but certainly safe and warm!
April Harvell says
We dont have any traditions… We use to stay up till midnight and see in the New Year… But with a baby this year we did not even do that. lol
Kissing hubby at midnight is my favorite tradition.
Jenny Stanek says
Relaxing with the kids and my husband, playing board games and getting take-out
We have lobster tail for New Year’s Eve dinner.
Andrea Liss says
poker party at my house
Bonfire at my sisters.
Sarah p says
My fave is the midnight kiss! 🙂 as a kid it was banging the pots and pans with my mom, brother and sister lol
Sherry Compton says
The countdown…always exciting!
natalie nichols says
a glass of wine
Laura B says
We stay up to watch the countdown with lots of junk food and wine
Amanda @ Survival Guide by The Working Mom says
kiss my hubby at midnight
celina k says
Growing up, we used to have a New Years Party with sparklers for the kids and fondue for all. I would love to continue that tradition with my children one day.
Betsy Barnes says
My favorite New Year’s tradition is we throw the old calendar out the front door and it’s “gone” the next day. We started this when our son was younger, still do it even though he’s 20. 🙂
Heather Stokes says
I love spending time with my family and friends on New Years. 🙂
For new year’s I always just hang out with my family. My mom always makes sure we have something bubbly in every glass so we can toast in the new year – wine or champagne for the adults, sparkling cider or other juice for the under-agers. 🙂
Elaine Lund says
Favorite New Years Eve tradition is to have one last party before the holidays are over!
We play games and watch movies all evening with our two kids.
Every New Year’s Eve, the family gets together and spends the evening playing cards or dominos and eating finger foods till after the ball drops.
Nikkie Cossairt says
My favorite New Years Eve tradition is kissing my significant other at midnight!
beth c says
staying up to watch the fireworks & getting a new year’s kiss from my husband! 🙂
thanks for the great giveaway!! what a ‘cool’ product!
the kiss and drinking champagne or sparkling grape juice!
Paul T/Pauline T says
all night parties at different places —- Paul T/Pauline T aka Paol Trenny ….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com
I love the big table of lunch meat, salads, chips and other goodies we set out for our new years day meal right after the ball falls
Maegan Morin says
Aside from hanging out with the family I have no other traditions for new years eve
Michele L. says
We rent a movie and get a pizza
We get together with family and friends and eat and play board games
Dawn Sterner says
Spending it with my hubby & kids watching tv, eating snacks & shooting off fireworks!
Chasity Boatman says
Spending it with my hubby & kids
Tara A. says
I don’t really have any traditions, but I do tend to drink. 🙂
watch the ball drop in times square
Ruth chu says
listening to music n dancing
Watching the ball drop!
I love watching the ball drop and giving my husband a new year’s kiss
Sherry S. says
Watching the ball drop.
Rhonda W G. says
We go out to dinner and a movie!
Jessamine Marie Ricafort Dungo says
Actually we just sleep on New Year’s eve.. 🙂 Weird but true.. 🙂
Leah Shumack says
Watching the ball drop!
Desiree Dunbar says
My long time friend has a party every year.
Angela Cash says
My favorite tradition is watching the ball drop.
Beth Hargett says
We stay up and watch the ball drop and of course we have all kinds of yummy snacks, play board games…
Making lentil soup.
cathy henatyszen says
spending time with family or friends and banging pots and pans at midnight… and honking car horns too