B is for Baby Pinning Event

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b is for baby pinterest

What do we adore? Babies and Pinterest. When we got the chance to celebrate both, these social media mavens were so excited! Two weeks ago we kicked off the #PinAtoZ concept. Thanks to everyone who joined in the first week to help us kick-off this wildly successful campaign. Now we’re back and cruising on to letter B.

For all the newbies, here’s the story: Andrea Fellman and I are hosting a year’s worth of Pinterest fun. We won’t stop until we get to Z! Every two weeks we select a theme inspired by a letter of the alphabet and invite our friends and followers to join the #PinAtoZ extravaganza!

What can you expect? Amazing pinterest images, super fun social engagement and oh, the PRIZES!

B. It’s a fabulous letter. The Letter B is brought to you by Layla Grayce and Petunia Pickle Bottom. The themes is Baby. And if the cuteness weren’t enough we’ve got two amazing bags to get you excited about this pinning event.

B is for Baby Prize Pack

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We’re going to have two winners this week. These chic Petunia Pickle Bottom bags are ideal for any mom who craves style. Like you, they are equal parts style and substance. Now, let's help you win one.

Here’s how it works:

On Monday, October 21st at 10am PST / 1pm EST. Andrea Fellman (@SavvySassyMoms) & I (@momtrends) will pin for 1 hour together to the #Baby board and you are invited to join us.

Keep going! From the 21st through the 25th continue pinning anything and everything having to do with the word BABY. Whether it’s a yummy photo of your nugget swaddled, a dream item from your nursery registry, a favorite font for birth announcements, or knitting DIY project for booties. Anything goes! Be sure to use the #PinAtoZ hashtag so we can see all your creative ideas.

To enter to win one of the Petunia Pickle Bottom Bags you must:

1. Start your own “Baby” board with the hashtag #PinAtoZ and re-pin at least 3 of the pins from our Baby Pinterest Board.

2. Leave your link in the comment section via the Rafflecopter form below

3. Follow @savvysassymoms and @momtrends on Pinterest

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Layla Grayce, is all about design. Every item on the site is scrutinized before it makes the cut. When you shop Layla Grayce expect to find, decor, clothing and gifts that express your unique sense of self. Beautiful surroundings that express your personal take on lifestyle shouldn't be a luxury – it should be a necessity.

Founder Wendy Rossiter Estes & Tiffany Grayce Harris want to delight you with every click on the website. They have selected a remarkable collection of items for home, women and children, and of course, BABY! Never mainstream but always functional, Layla Grayce products are designed for longevity – everyday heirlooms that can be passed on to future generations.

Petunia Pickle Bottom has reinvented the diaper bag. Forget about frumpy and shapeless bags. Petunia Pickle Bottom has designs to suit the modern mom. Expect sophisticated designs and know that you’ll get everyday functionality. This season we’re keen on the ornate patterns and rich fabrics we’re finding on Petunia Pickle Bottem. Every bag and accessory makes use of high-end materials. Each Petunia diaper bag is lovingly crafted from durable, easy-to-clean materials.

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For more PBB and Lalya Grayce fun get social here:

www.facebook.com/petuniapicklebottom
twitter.com @PPBbaby
pinterest.com @ppbbaby
instagram.com @petuniapicklebottom

www.facebook.com/laylagrayce
twitter.com @LaylaGrayce
www.pinterest.com @LaylaGrayce/
instagram @laylagrayce.com

Full Disclosure: Winner must be 18 years or older and a US Resident. No purchase necessary. Winners will be notified via email with the specifics on how to claim their prize. Contest ends 10/25/13 at Midnight EST. Winners will be picked by random.org. By entering this contest, you will automatically be signing up for the Momtrends newsletter. This is a sponsored post.

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