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Sweet Impression: CakeSpy Rubber Stamp Giveaway!

Win a set of stamps!
Like, OMG! Are you ready for a sweet giveaway?

This time, it's a set of Christmas rubber stamps featuring Cuppie in all sorts of sweet wintry scenes! This set of unmounted rubber stamps is a collaboration between CakeSpy and Taylored Expressions, and it comes just in time for either making your own holiday cards...or for giving them to a crafty friend as a holiday present! The set would usually retail for $21.95, but one lucky winner is getting a set for free!

To put your name in the running, just answer the following in the comments section(because it's never to early to start thinking about these important things):

What sweet treat are you most looking forward to this holiday season? 

(Christmas cookies? Pies at Thanksgiving? St. Lucia Buns? Perhaps something else entirely?)
Of course, if you can't wait, you can purchase the stamps here, stay in touch with Taylored Expressions via twitter and their blog, and also check out the inspiration gallery here!
The cake poll will close on Monday, November 2 at 12 p.m. PST!




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Reader Comments (204)

Ahhh super cute, I also love it because my name is Taylor =)

I am looking forward to Peppermint Bark, mmMmm!

Thanks for the giveaway!

October 23 | Unregistered CommenterTay

Those are awfully adorable. :)

I'm looking forward to making rum balls! It's a Christmas tradition in our house. Also, we make butter cookies with my grandmothers recipe and old school cookie press. They're pretty phenomenal. ;)

October 23 | Unregistered CommenterLauren

i simply cannot wait for panettone-- toasted with butter and jam for breakfast, generously spread with nutella and served with milk for dessert, or (my favorite) baked into bread pudding for after christmas dinner. yes please.

adorable stamps! good luck to all!

October 23 | Unregistered CommenterDan

I'm most looking forward to baking apple pie with my mom. My grandma is now senile and 102, but she made the best apple pie ever and my mom and I have fun every year trying to get her recipe exactly right. Can't wait to try again this year!

October 23 | Unregistered CommenterCaitlin

I'm looking forward to baking some christmas cupcakes - decorated with snowmen, christmas trees, reindeers, santa... the possibilities are endless!

October 24 | Unregistered Commenterkathryn

I just love any reason to make cookies, and the holidays are such a good one! I do love me some candied yams, though. Mmmm!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterJacqueline

Pie. I hate other people's crust so am trying one of my (and Martha's) own this year. I want to love it!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterMegan

ooohhh! I can't wait for my sweet potatoes with marshmallows...yum :)

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

Looking forward to baking days with friends so that I can have my fave cookies-white nut and swedish drommar-that only get made at Christmastime,

October 24 | Unregistered Commenterbrigidc111

I am looking forward to the pumpkin rolls. And pumpkin pie. Okay just anything pumpkin.

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterGrimmy

I am looking forward to pumpkin crisp and red velvet cake!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterNanna

I am looking forward to pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving and cookies at Christmas. I wait all year for these two holidays and the special treats they bring.

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterKris

Cookies! Love to bake them and even more, love to sample too!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterBecky

I am looking forward to my mother-in-laws Christmas fudge and my sister's chocolate covered cherries. I also know the rest of the family can't wait for my vanilla sugar cookies.

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

I'm looking forward to using a vintage 3D Santa Clause pan that I found on Ebay. It's going to be so cute!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterSarah Bisher

I know I could have it all year round, but there's something about having pumpkin pie during the winter holidays that makes everything complete. I love it!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterBrittanie

I'm looking forward to Christmas Market's food! Warm waffles with chocolate, Oliebollen / Smoutebollen, pancakes and poffertjes. Having some warming flavoured jenever on the stalls and just the general ambient!

Also, those stamps would make my yearly Christmas cards look lovely! I'm looking for something new for this year's.

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterSade

Christmas cookies and peppermint hot chocolate!

Please count me in.

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definitely sweet potato pie at Thanksgiving!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa B

Those stamps are precious!

I'm excited for any and all baked goods - and getting to make them with family.

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterAmanda

So cute! I am most excited for christmas sugar cookies. We haven't had any in ages, and its almost time to get them out =D.

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterLauren

They are adorable.

I'm looking forward to gingerbread, and anything else with those spices in, they just scream festive to me!

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterGem

Tough one! While I of course dig all the homemade sweets, no one makes them for me, so I always look forward to the return of vegan "nog" (although my favorite brand has bit the dust... so sad!) and candy cane Joe-Joe's ("oreos").

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterHannah

My mom's toffee bars!

October 24 | Unregistered Commenterbytemyfoot

Looking forward to the family tradition of Christmas Eve Cocktail Hour! I always mix up a holiday themed cocktail, and this year I'm planning to expand into some kind of vegetarian Hors d'œuvre.

October 24 | Unregistered CommenterTia
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