Monday, January 24, 2011

RoundAbout Cupkake Sleeve Review & Giveaway







Looks like a tasty hamburger, does it not? Well you are right! It is not. It is actually a cupcake with a RoundAbout Sleeve on it. I was sent a package up hamburger cupcake sleeves to review by the lovely lady over at http://www.roundaboutsleeves.com/, and I have to say they were quite a bit of fun.

They were sent to me in a pack of 12, in a cute little sleeve with some wonderful directions and tips, such as what kind of frosting to use, or how to color it to get it to look like a bun. The baking was the easy part, of course we went with chocolate cupcakes, and we used there peanut butter frosting idea for the "bun" and white sprinkles for the sesame seeds. When it came time to put the sleeves on is when it got a little tricky. Some of the cakes where too tall and some too small *come on now, we do not come from a bakery* But we managed to get them together in one piece, and then tear into them like ravenous wolfs who had not eaten in days.

Here is what the wonderful lady who invented RoundAbout Sleeves has to say:


"I'm a busy mom of two that invented a new product called Roundabouts® Cupcake Sleeves and began selling online in Feb 2009. They're wraps for cupcakes that transform standard cupcakes into virtually anything.

Using toppings easily found at a grocery or local party supply store, our decorative self-adhesive cupcake wrappers instantly transform cupcakes into popcorn tubs, gumball machine, sushi, and ice cream cones. Our wraps are resistant to grease an oily substance, are earth friendly, and wipe clean if things get a bit messy in the kitchen! We've even had customers wash and re-use them, adhering a second time with a dab of frosting.

We have 70+ Designs/Themes to choose from. We personalize, customize and have not only been featured on Rachel Ray Magazine, we are proud winners of the Most Innovative Exhibitor Award at the 2010 July CA Gift Show in Los Angeles."

 

After enjoying our amazing, not naked cupcakes, I did attempt to wash the sleeve's so that eventually they can be re-used. I am thinking at a BBQ this summer? Some worked in my favor, and some did not. I recommend wiping them down with a dry cloth to try and preserve the sticky.
All in all we enjoyed the product; it was great fun for the kids on a rainy day and would be great for any occasion as they have over 70 styles to choose from!








Anything and everything from baby shower and kids parties to cupcake couture!


This is where you guys get really interested, the lovely people over at Round About Sleeves are offering one of my lucky readers a package of their own!

HOW TO WIN!
You MUST be a GFC follower to enter. Visit http://www.roundaboutsleeves.com/ and comment telling me your favorite sleeve, and what event you would use it for!
EXTRA ENTRIES!
  1. Follow www.twitter.com/roundaboutwraps on Twitter - 1 comment
  2. Follow www.twitter.com/vileramblings on Twitter - 1 comment
  3. "Like" http://www.roundaboutsleeves.com/ – 5 commentshttp://www.facebook.com/pages/RoundaboutsR-Cupcake-Sleeves/362263559250?ref=ts on Facebook – 1 comment
  4. Comment on another post, any post, with something that pertains to that post – 1 comment
  5. Purchase a package of
Remember! Leave your email address in the comments! I will need a way to contact the winner! Winner will be selected by http://www.random.org/ and be posted within 48 hours of contest ending. Contest ends February 6th at 11:59 PM.
Good Luck!






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8 comments:

Hurley said...

I follow via GFC, and i like the last photo shown. It looks like it would be for a wedding?
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Nina said...

Follow on GFC. I love the baby bottle sleeves for a baby shower!
hungrymonkey09 at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

follow on gfc (carmen) would love the glam ones!



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amy said...

Follow via gfc and would love the popcorn ones for my daughters birthday/ movie party :)

amy said...

I like roundabouts on fb.

Nina said...

Follow roundabout wraps on twitter
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Nina said...

follow vile ramblings on twitter
hungrymonkey09 at gmail dot com

Nina said...

Like Roundabouts cupcake sleeves on facebook
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