(but i DO believe it's okay to be real AND have fun:)
and the beauty of it is, you can get involved
in as many of these parties as you like...
even more business, right?
you still have a life.....
and the SOONER you get orders done,
the MERRIER your own HOLIDAYS will be.
so even though it's early,
i wanted to give you a head's up about our first annual
SHABBY CHICKS online Christmas shopping party.
that gives me time to make a link to the party for you to tell ALL
your readers where to shop,
time to make a shopping section on my blog...
good stuff like that.
it might start small at first but as we get rolling and gather more links...
it WILL be awesome, i promise you that!
so don't miss out!
all i need is this.....
send me the link to your site,
along with a brief line or two about what you sell,
if you offer any early shopping specials, order deadlines, free shipping.....
any info you would like shoppers to know about.
what i will do for YOU is this....
each week i will PROMOTE at least one shop,
i will visit every possible place on the web and tell everyone i know
about our little party to bring in shoppers,
i'll even re-activate my facebook
to tell the
and did i mention a few GIVEAWAYS???????
(that always gets everyone's attention:)
like i said...i still have work to do but i am DETERMINED
to make this work.
last year i did a bit of my shopping online and guess what?????
those ended up being my most creative, unique, clever gifts.
so let's DO this!
(except NOTHING inappropriate, of course)
from tupperware to tutus......
it's free advertising!!!
so take my shopping survey, send me your info,
start gathering your supplies,
make some RED VELVET hot cocoa
RED VELVET HOT COCOA
- 4 cups Whole Milk
- 1 dash Water
- ¾ cups Premium Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips
- 1 teaspoon Red Food Coloring Paste
- 1 cup Heavy Whipping Cream
- 1 Tablespoon Sugar
- 1 teaspoon Whipped Cream Cheese
In a medium mixing bowl or a stand-up mixer, pour in heavy whipping cream and sugar. Whip on medium with the whisk attachment for 2-3 minutes. Just before it peaks, add the teaspoon of whipped cream cheese and whisk for another 2 minutes. Taste the whipped cream and add more cream cheese to taste. If you like it more tart (i don't) , add another 1/2 teaspoon. just be careful to not over-whip or you’ll have butter on your hands in no time.