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SURPRISE GIVEAWAY: Pulp Factory Calendars

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Pulp Factory recently launched an adorable new website featuring their new keepsake calendars for new moms & brides-to-be! Today they’re offering up several of the mom & mom-to-be versions: A Pregnant Girl’s Life, A New Mom’s Life, and A New Baby’s Life. Nine winners total!

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You’ll find find fun illustrations and stickers to mark important milestones in each book, and each gift pack comes complete with a calendar, plus matching notepad and sticky notepad, tied up pretty with a polkadot ribbon. Great gift ideas for friends & loved ones – or even yourself if you’ve got a little one on the way!

pulp factory calendars giveaway
How to enter:

• Post a comment here:
You can either post any comment OR tell us one of your favorite things you’ve ever seen at a baby shower you attended or threw – whether it be a particular theme, favor, activity, invitation or food – OR if you have something to vent about – tell us your least favorite thing about baby showers (certain games immediately come to mind myself!).
• Giveaway ends Friday, Nov 10th at midnight PST. Good luck!

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

143 responses to “SURPRISE GIVEAWAY: Pulp Factory Calendars”

  1. Kena says:

    I loved my baby shower–all the guests brought their favorite childhood book for my baby’s library. We got so many books and everyone talked about the memories they had…

  2. kim says:

    For my first daughter’s baby shower, my best friend assigned each guest a letter of the alphabet (for their gift, if possible). Then I got to pull alphabet blocks out of basket to see which one to open first/next! Even the cake was made up of square alphabet “blocks,” spelling out my little one’s name. I loved it!

    And I’d love the New Baby book too – #2 deserves something that’s not a hand-me-down! :)

  3. aBookworm says:

    I loved my baby shower. What I hated was people trying to guess my baby’s sex by looking at my belly, touching it and talking over me as if I wasn’t even there. That was really unpleasant. What I liked was the presents! Lol, just kidding. I liked that people came out to wish me luck and show their support.

  4. Amanda says:

    please enter me. this looks amazing and I need it for the baby were TTC

  5. Afton says:

    I think this is the cutest thing Ever…

  6. Sarah says:

    These are the cutest planners ever!

  7. heather h says:

    I’m sure someone has already mentioned the infamous “What Melted Candy Bar is in the Diaper?” game. It is so gross, and really it’s not that funny to either partake in the game or watch others eat the poo to figure it out. However, I was so honored when my girlfriends threw me a shower I would have played any game they wanted because they worked so hard to celebrate my baby coming to this world. Neat giveaway!

  8. sylvia says:

    love these!!

  9. kailani says:

    I don’t really like playing all those shower games. They’re usually always the same ones.

  10. Kim says:

    Hi. Thanks for the giveaway. My lease favorite shower game is where you taste baby food and guess what it is. Last time I played it I was 9 weeks pregnant (hadn’t yet spilled the beans) and had extreme morning sickiness. They even made the game more “fun” by putting all the food you wre supposed to taste into baby diapers.

  11. Brooke says:

    I really liked my shower. It was the first one I had ever been to and it was informal and relaxed – like a birthday party for a baby who wasn’t born yet – more about the baby than me.

    It was co-ed, which may be weird to some but made a lot of sense for me, and made up of many generations of people. The youngest kids there – 9 years old – were the gift openers and describers of the gifts.

  12. buericana says:

    At a shower, people sent images ahead of time and the host printed them on onesies for the mom and baby.

    Erica

  13. Cindy says:

    I really love the diaper cakes. What a creative way to give diapers to the mom-to-be, instead of just a box of diapers.

  14. Nissa H. says:

    These are supercute!

    I love baby showers, but can’t think of anything I’ve seen that’s especially unusual/cool.. maybe I’ve had/been to the wrong ones! lol

  15. Lauren says:

    haven’t made it to any baby showers yet, just bridal showers…but I guess that means the babies will be on their way soon…

  16. Melissa says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever attended a baby shower. I’d think I’d be considered to be at baby shower age, but nothing yet. Although I do love giving wrybaby.com gifts to expectant parents!

  17. mom in the know says:

    perfect gift for my daughter’s teacher!

  18. Tracey says:

    I find shower games annoying. I’ve found with throwing any shower that guests have a fabulous time with just food & socializing. Skip the games & spend more time planning the food and atmosphere and you’re sure to have a great shower.

  19. SoireeLaura says:

    Ooh – I know a pregnant momma who would love one of these!

  20. Grace says:

    this is such a creative and inventive idea. i love it!!!

  21. suburban prep says:

    At a baby shower I attended once there was the usual gifts for the baby and then there were some gifts that pampered the mother to be. Everyone usually seems to concentrate only on the child (which is right) but the mother needs to know that she is important as well.

  22. JC says:

    Very creative!

  23. Anonymous says:

    these are adorable!

  24. rachel says:

    Very cute!!!

  25. becky says:

    What a fun idea!

    And I’m more than a little sick of the melted candy bar in a diaper game. :)

  26. Uptown Girl says:

    These are so cute!

  27. Lindsey says:

    I would love to give this to my sister for her first pregnancy!

  28. Mar from CA says:

    These are sooo cute!!!

    The best gift given at a baby shower that I’ve attended has been by far a 14X17 print of the babies first “picture” (ultrasound) and it was given by a GUY!!! Everyone loved it…..

  29. Erin says:

    I threw my sister a baby shower and with the invites sent blank onesies with a little note attached to decorate it however they wish, with a little message or something more ornate and bring it to the shower. It was a blast watching my sister open each one and my nephew wears them all! I would love to get one of these calendars for her!

  30. Amy says:

    I went to a baby shower where all the guests created “blank” scrapbook pages for a book so all the new mom had to do was paste in photos. It helped her get a jumpstart on scrapbooking.

    -Amy

    http://craftingbycandlelight.blogspot.com

  31. sara says:

    This would be great for my sister who is due in Feb with my niece! I really hate the whole measure the belly game….I refused to have that at my shower! I mean, really…Do we have to showcase the fact that I’m as big as an elephant! Thanks for the chance to win!
    sblilly14(@)yahoo(.)com

  32. Michelle B. says:

    I would love to win one of these how wonderful they are

  33. Chic Mommy Suysel says:

    a must have for any chic mommy-to-be! ;-) love your blog!

  34. kevnjacks says:

    Personally, I think the coolest “things: to see at baby showers are Dads. :) These co-ed showers have been the funnest (is that a word) showers I’ve been to and Dads give pretty good advice, too! :)

  35. Nanette says:

    I’ll always remember the presentation of a baby shower gift, which included a bunch of baby outfits (maybe half a dozen or so), pinned to a clothesline that was strategically placed in a nice basket. Then the mom-to-be pulled up the end of the clothesline to reveal the adorable ensembles. :)

  36. *JEM* says:

    I absolutely adore the New Mom’s Life and the New Baby’s Life gift packs as I have no less than seven friends expecting little ones in early 2008 – these will make perfect gifts!

  37. The Brandes Family says:

    I threw my sister in law a shower last year. We took her 4D ultrasound picture and put it up with a bunch of other random 4D ultrasound pics we found on the internet. We made it into a game where you had to figure out which one was her baby! Everyone thought it was lots of fun. We also put all the gifts in the bassinet. It made for pretty presentation.

  38. Anne says:

    My friends and I threw a baby shower that was so much fun and much more hip than usual (so often they are so predictable!). It had a Hollywood Baby theme since the mother-to-be loves celebrity gossip. When everyone arrived, we gave each guest a boa and star sunglasses and took papparazzi-style polaroid pics of them for a keepsake. Instead of a dreadful game – we had guests play a game where they had to match the celebrity baby with his or her famous parents. The prize for who got the most answers right? Why, a celebrity gossip magazine, ofcourse. It was a blast!