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Giveaway: Win Paul Bradford Sugarcraft dvds

Paul Bradford Magical Unicorn for CakeSpy

OMG! Remember that magical unicorn cupcake topper tutorial I shared with you earlier this week? Well, the good times aren't over. The Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School has offered some of their DVDs featuring other awesome tutorials, for a giveaway on this site! YES!

There are 4 dvds in total which are going to be given away to four separate winners. The DVDs you could win are:

Pirate Ship Cake Tutorial

Teddy Bear Cake Tutorial

Chocolate Wrap Cake Tutorial

Rose Wedding Cake Tutorial

So how do you enter? It's so easy. Just leave a comment on this post with a suggestion for what you think would be a great name for this magical unicorn (pictured above!). We'll choose our 5 favorites and offer up a DVD to you. Bonus points if you add why!

The giveaway is open to US residents only (so I can afford shipping!), and the giveaway will close one week from today, on July 27 at 3pm EST. Oh, and don't panic if your comment isn't instantly view-able--I have comment moderation enabled. Good luck!

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Reader Comments (47)


Since a 'skosh' usually refers to a smidgen/small amount, I think Skoshi is the perfect name for this magical unicorn.
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterNiki
Pollyanna. Something that sweet looking deserves a slightly ridiculous name.
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterLisa
I dont want to win but i needed to say, Crystal. That name seems magical and sweet, like that sweet little Unicorn. <3
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterClaire <3
Lunar...because shes out of this world!!!
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterLinzilicious
Bob! He likes to embrace his feminine side with his favourite colour pink.
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterMarie-Claire
Sukari....it is Swahili for sugar which is what the unicorn is made of.
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterSandra Downey
Misty Pinkhearts she deserves a name as cute and cuddly as a real unicorn would have!!!!
July 20 | Unregistered Commenteremma
Annabeth :)
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterJenni cameron
Celestia... Because it looks heavenly and oh so sweet.
July 20 | Unregistered Commenterleasa
I think she looks like a 'Gertrude'
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterSandra
I think she should be called Aurora as she is colourful like the Aurora bori alus(northern lights)
July 20 | Unregistered Commenterclaire munro
Aurora seems like a great name for this adorable unicorn :)
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterMegan
let's name her Whimsical Wilhelmina? why? why not?
July 20 | Unregistered Commenteramy marantino
ok someone in the us can steal my answer as i live in the uk...i think magie it means magic in french xx
July 20 | Unregistered Commenterchocolatemama
Pinky Paws - because of the pink hooves...Pinky Paws just sounded better than Pinky Hooves ;-)
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterAmy J
I know I can not win as I live in the UK and I work for the Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School BUT I think she should be called Bob. xx
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterPaul Doffman
I think she should call ... Sunshine, because she illuminates all.
She looks like Blue Heaven to me.
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterThelma
Sweetberry Belle! She's sugary-sweet, kinda pink/purple/blue like berries, and of course so pretty!
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterKarly W
Wonder Winkle because she's magical and looks like she gives a cute wink.
July 20 | Unregistered CommenterAl Gomez
Twinkles--cutie name for a cutie unicorn!!
July 21 | Unregistered CommenterCookie
July 21 | Unregistered CommenterMaria
This unicorn is like a popcorn. That's the name of her little popcorn XD
Gulabi, which is what pink is called in Hindi ("color of a rose") and sounds sort of gooey and dessert-y (jalebi is deep-fried, syrup-soaked dough...sounds delicious).
July 21 | Unregistered CommenterCaley

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