Monday, March 9, 2015

PopSugar Luck of the Irish Giveaway!


Hi I have been having so much fun with subscription boxes lately that I have gone a little overboard and now have more fun than I can handle.  So I am doing a giveaway of some of my booty!  I am giving away a prize pack of a couple of items from the last few PopSugar Must Have monthly boxes.
The first item is from December and is the Sparkle Pop Sydney gold plated necklace.  I loved this box so much I got it twice!  Okay, maybe I got the second as a gift with another purchase.  But still this is a necklace that I have gotten nothing but compliments.  Read my review here.
The second item in my giveaway is the Jack + Lucy Pom Pom Hat!  A super soft grey color with a faux rabbit fur pom-pom.  No bunnies were harmed in the making of this hat! Super cute and can be worn slouchy or folded.  Read more about this hat here.

The last PopSugar Must Have item is the Fingerpaints Nail Color by Sally Beauty.  I actually have been using this nail polish and will get the winner a new one.  I like how soft the color looks but is still long lasting.  Read more about this great polish here.
I will also throw in some fun little extras but the three gifts total more than $79!
Luck Of The Irish
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Welcome to the Luck of the Irish Giveaway Hop, brought to you by The Hopping Bloggers & Up All Night Blogging!
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Each blogger participating in this hop has a giveaway with a prize value of at least $15 – and some are much more than that! Be sure to scroll down the whole list and visit them all – there is no limit to how many prizes you can win! Good Luck and Have Fun!   DISCLOSURE: Mama Smith’s Review Blog and Women and Their Pretties are not responsible for any of the prize fulfillment. Each blogger is responsible for providing their sponsor with their winner’s contact information.
#LuckoftheIrish

76 comments:

  1. I do wear great and we usually end up going out to the pub for a bit. It is also mine and my twin sisters birthday so we usually have fun with it. Sometimes we go all out with lots of green, hats and jewerly.

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    1. It think that this is a great day to have a birthday! It is a fun and festive holiday that is lighthearted and very inclusive with great food and music. good luck.

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  2. I mainly ignore it, though I may bake something in honor of it

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  3. I usually wear green but do not go out.

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  4. Dress up in green and head to the nearest bar!
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

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  5. We celebrate it with corned beef and cabbage!

    (Heather G)

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  6. My sons birthday is the day after St Patty's Day so we make sure to have a shamrock party. Its fun to make everything green with the kids. Thanks for hosting. I followed, entered and shared. Whew! I appreciate your time.

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  7. I am Irish, so I definitely wear green

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  8. St Patrick's Day is my husband's birthday so we always have a fun night out with friends in a fun bar & we all wear green!

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  9. I usually wear a green top on st Patrick's day and we always have corned beef and cabbage and soda bread.

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    1. Oh I do love Irish soda bread! Growing up we would always have corned beef & cabbage so we would have reubens & reuben Chowder for leftovers. So yummy. Good luck.

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  10. I usually wear green--I need to start making more themed food this year!

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  11. we usually wear green or go to an irish pub and drink a green beer! lol but not so much since we've had kids

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  12. Wear green - drink green beers and sometimes make our way to the casino!!

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  13. With some Irish Coffee ;)

    (Heather G)

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  14. We really don't celebrate but I did have a rainbow shamrock diaper made for my daughter.

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  15. I'm the 3rd generation of my family on my Mom's side of the family over here in the US from Ireland. We wear green and usually have a big family dinner. Usually ham, cabbage, potatoes Irish Soda Bread and green cupcakes.

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  16. I don't usually do anything for it, but I do wear some green.

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  17. We don't do much for St. Patty's day. I will most likely do some crafts with the kid that day.

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  18. I pretty much ignore St. Patty's day.

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  19. In my younger years I used to get all dressed up and go downtown to celebrate during the parade, however now that I'm older I tend to avoid large, noisy crowds. So, I really don't do much now...I buy my son green beads from the dollar store, but that's about it.

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  20. Sometimes by going to the St. Patrick's Day Parade in the city.

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  21. I wear some kind of green, I pretty much just go all out on my nails to make a St. Paddy's day manicure!

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  22. On St Patrick's Day I will wear something green. We'll also eat corned beef and cabbage with bacon. I'll also have a green beer or two.

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  23. I use to party and hit the parade...but not anymore. I have found that I would rather keep myself and my 9 yr old son home. The parades are no longer family friendly. Maybe I'm just getting old...lol...who knows!?

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    1. aww we hit the parade this year and had a lot of fun. So many families and their carts and chairs. But yeah, some cities have more of an adult theme and crowd for St paddy's day.

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  24. With a little Irish music!

    (Heather G)

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  25. We don't really celebrate it.

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  26. Wearing green, St. Paddy's day parade when we can make it, corned beef, ale :)

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  27. I will wear green, eat corned beef and drink a green beer.

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  28. With decorations around the house.

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  29. I wear some green but we don't do anything else to celebrate.

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  30. We normally have corned beef and cabbage, and do some sort of study of Ireland. Find it on the map, identify the capitol, maybe coloring pages of the flag for the little ones.

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  31. We usually go downtown to watch the parade.

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  32. I celebrate St. Patrick's Day by wearing green. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. Sometimes I make Beef & Stout pie!

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  34. Sleep! Nothing fancy, I'm not too into going to the bar anymore.

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  35. I had to work a 12 hour shift on St.Patrick's Day, so I didn't celebrate at all this year. :(

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  36. We wore green, and baked green cupcakes.

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  37. We went out for corned beef and cabbage and had a couple green beers.

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  38. Pinch someone who doesn't wear green.

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  39. I did not wear green and I definitely didn't wear orange haha.

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  40. Do you wear orange or green? Do you go all out or just ignore it? I stuffed myself with corned beef and cabbage. While I was wearing green pajamas. Yup, I'm lame

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    1. Corned beef & cabbage is never lame! I just had a reuben for lunch.

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  41. I don't celebrate it or wear any special colors for it. I'm not irish, I didn't even leave my house, so I saw no point. Plus, I don't wear green or orange -- they look terrible on me. HAHA.

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  42. Green and Orange are just not my colors, sorry!

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  43. There's no way to follow you on Google Friend Connect.

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  44. We celebrate by going to the St. Patrick's day parade and have corned beef and cabbage for dinner.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  45. I do wear green. I also make boiled dinner for my family.

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  46. Yeap we celebrated St Patricks day, had the wonderful corned beef and cabbage, and irish crème sodas, I attempted gluten free Irish Soda Bread (will really have to work on it too dry) had andres chocolate with mint chocolate pudding, was fun.

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  47. I don't do anything special for St Patrick's Day.

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  48. Wearing green and baking green cookies

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  49. I do not celebrate but I painted my nails green.

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  50. We take the grandkids to the parade. We don't wear green because we don't own anything green because we don't like the color.

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  51. We typically eat the traditional corned beef and cabbage.

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  52. I wore green Old Navy T-shirt and went out for dinner :)
    Thank You for the chance

    Fiona N

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  53. I did not celebrate but I painted my nails green.

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  54. i wore green but didnt celebrate this year... hopefully next year. I usually cook an irish meal

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  55. I don't really do anything special. Sometimes I wear green if I remember lol.

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  56. We really don't celebrate but my mother is into it big time. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  57. We don't really celebrate. Maybe have a boiled dinner and wear green. That is about it.

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  58. I wear green nail polish and have a beer but that's about it!

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  59. we wear green but we really don't celebrate it

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  60. We wore green, put up decorations, took a family picture and had a meal of corned beef and cabbage. We pretty much went all out!

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  61. I always wear green! I LOVE being Irish! We always do a HUGE dinner on Patty's Day!

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  62. I did not celebrate but I painted my nails green.

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  63. We wear green and pinch those who don't :)

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  64. I don't do anything special on St Patrick's Day.

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  65. We didn't really celebrate on St. Patrick's Day.

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  66. I don't really celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

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  67. I really do not do anything special to celebrate St. Patty's Day except wear green.

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