Sunday, October 2, 2011

Sweet New Zealand



Sweet New Zealand Badge


We are now into the third month of the Sweet New Zealand monthly blog event, created by the very lovely Alessandra Zecchini, and it is my pleasure to be hosting the event this month. This is an opportunity for all Kiwi bloggers (whether you are living in New Zealand or overseas), as well as for non-Kiwi bloggers living in New Zealand, to connect and share some of those sweet treats from your kitchen. You can find a round-up of August's special treats on this page of Alessandra's blog, or go and visit this page of Pease Pudding's blog to find a round-up of September's sweet treats - I want to try everything!  This is a really fun way for us all to get to know each other, and I hope you will all join in for another month.  If you're new to this event, the rules are simple:

1.   This event is open to all bloggers living in New Zealand (even if you are not a Kiwi), as well as all Kiwi bloggers living and blogging overseas.

2.   You can enter anything sweet: cakes, biscuits, slices, desserts, even drinks, and you may submit as many entries as you like, including old posts if you like.

3.   Your entry must  contain the phrase Sweet New Zealand, the Sweet New Zealand badge (choose your own size), a link to the host, and to this post - so if you are submitting an older post remember to update it accordingly.

4.   To make submitting your entry really, really easy I have included a linky tool at the end of this post.  The linky will be open until 28 October and I will do a round-up of all entries on 31 October.  To use the linky tool, simply scroll down to where it says "You are next ... Click here to enter", and then follow the instructions.  If you prefer you can email your entry to me by 28 October, providing your name, your blog name and URL, your post URL, and a photo.  Please email to yoga dot tapas at gmail dot com.

And that's it - no more rules!  Have fun and I look forward to seeing all your sweet entries.


8 comments:

  1. Golly, I like the linky tool!! You have to teach me how to put it on Sue! In fact I am going to try it soon :-).

    Thank you for hosting Sweet New Zealand, have fun!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  2. @Alessandra Glad you like the Linky tool - I think it works really well. Happy to help out with the linky for any future events :-)

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  3. @Barbara Your welcome - can't wait to see what you come up with xo

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  4. Hi Sue, I've just used the linky tool. Very easy to use. Look forward to seeing the roundup.

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  5. Hi Sue, sorry just got your message re posting out "Granita" post.
    We just missed the deadline BUT will aim to post next month!
    Vanessa and Ingrid

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