Monday, August 16, 2010

CafePress Apron Review and Giveaway


CafePress is a company that has lots of unique gifts. They have T-shirts, Underwear, Sigg Water Bottles, Aprons, Hats and Caps, Totes, Mouse pads, Hoodies and so much more. You can also create your own personal design for any of these products. If you don't want to make your own design, you can choose from one of their many designs. They even have a Twilight section! There is something for everyone which is why they are one of my favorite places to shop online for gifts.

For this review I was allowed to choose one of their many aprons, or make my own. I decided to make my own. First of all, I had to decide on color. You can make a light colored apron and choose from white, khaki or lemon. Or, you can make a dark apron in navy. Blue is my favorite color, so I went for the navy. I decided to do a more feisty variation of "Kiss the cook". I used "Kiss the cook if you want to eat!". It is more my style and sometimes you have to bribe for your kisses. :  ) Here is a couple of pictures of my apron:


As you can see, I also put a few pictures on the customized apron. I used two flame pictures in different sizes and since it is about kissing....big red lips. These pictures were from the massive amount of clipart that CafePress has in their system. The design came out just the way I wanted it to!

The first thing I noticed when my apron arrived is how thick and well made it is. This is one sturdy apron that could handle any grease, flower or brownie mix you throw at it! The apron is one size fits all. The straps are long enough to fit ANYONE and my favorite feature is the neck. The straps are actually adjustable. The underarms of the apron are sewn with a slot so that the straps can slide and be adjusted anyway you like. This is the first apron that I have had that fits perfectly! Normally they hang down too far on me. This apron also has two super large pockets on the front. You can store ketchup, spatulas and even tips. Well, that is the tips that aren't in the form of kisses.

I highly recommend the CafePress aprons! This would be a great apron for your Mom, Dad, Sister, Aunt or anyone that loves to grill, cook or bake.

GIVEAWAY:

One lucky winner will get an apron of their choice (customized or CafePress design)

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Tell me what you like to cook, bake or grill. One of my favorite things to make is enchiladas (search my page in the upper right hand corner for recipe and pictures!)


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