Friday, February 6, 2009

Strawberry Shortcake: Happily Ever After (3 giveaways)

Strawberry Shortcake was one of my favorite character's as a young girl! I loved her red hair that smelled like strawberries! It is fun to have Strawberry Shortcake back for my little girl to enjoy in her childhood.
Strawberry Shortcake, along with special friends Angel Cake and Rainbow Sherbet, bring to life two “berry” favorite fairy tales in the all-new Strawberry Shortcake: Happily Ever After DVD. This special feature just hit the store shelves on February 3, 2009~ just in time for Valentine's Day! You can get your "sweet treat" for a suggested retail price of $14.98 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. As an added bonus, you will get free Valentine’s Day cards and bonus extras including coloring pages and a fun character memory game for your precious children to enjoy.
Strawberry Shortcake's "Happily Ever After movie" starts off with a rendition of “Sleeping Beauty.” Brambleberry Fairy (Angel Cake) feels neglected and casts a spell that puts Princess Strawberry Rose to sleep. The Princess’s fairy friends (Appleberry, Rainbowberry, Gingerberry, Tangerinaberry and Orangeberry) aren’t able to awaken her. It’s up to Prince Huckleberry to teach Brambleberry Fairy an important lesson in friendship and listening.
The enchantment continues in “A Princess Named Rap.” Princess Rapunzel’s (Rainbow Sherbet) teacher is disturbed by her non-royal interests – especially her fascination with ships and navigation. But when the teacher’s rowboat is swept out to sea, “Rap” shows everyone she has the right stuff to rule her kingdom.

The Cookie Jar Group is a Canada-based global children’s entertainment and education company dedicated to excellence. Through Cookie Jar Entertainment, the company is a leader in the creation, production, marketing and licensing of evergreen character brands that appeal to kids and families worldwide. Cookie Jar Entertainment’s library of nearly 6,000 half-hour episodes features some of the world’s most recognizable brands, including “Strawberry Shortcake,” “Care Bears,” “Caillou,” “Inspector Gadget,” “The Doodlebops,” “Arthur” and “Johnny Test”. The company owns non-character based brands for licensing such as Mommy & Me.
A recognized global industry leader, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment LLC (TCFHE) is the worldwide marketing, sales and distribution company for all Fox film and television programming on VHS, DVD and Blu-ray Disc (BD) as well as acquisitions and original productions. The company also releases all products around the globe for MGM Home Entertainment.


Would you like to win a copy of "Happily Ever After?" Fox Home Entertainment is offering 3 copies to giveaway to 3 readers of Sassyfrazz! This contest is open to all readers living in the Continental United States. To get your first entry, tell me one of your favorite childhood memories. If you do not do the first required entry, you will be disqualified. You may come back each day and enter (again) after you do the first rule, just tweet about this giveaway and leave the url in your comment OR Click here to see how you can earn even more extra credits to win!! Click here to see guidelines and the official rules. Contest will end on February 11, 2009 at 11:59 PM CST. GOOD LUCK! We want you to have your copy for Valentine's Day!

84 comments:

Qtpies7 said...

I used to love spending time with my cousins growing up. We always played Weebles or had an adventure outside.

Alaina said...

I used to love Lassie...for some reason I was not that much into cartoons. But my girls love SS so this would be perfect! Thanks so much!

Ellen C. said...

I remember my mother use to have our birthday parties at McDonald's. I loved the cakes they had there. Thanks for the chance.

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collyn23 said...

i remember one xmas i was starting to not believe in santa my mom and brother in law put my bike on the roof and said santa couldnt fit it through the chimney ahha so fun

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Jennifer said...

One of my favorite childhood memories is our summer trips to the lake to camp with my grandparents! We actually still do this some now! I love it!

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andrea v said...

I remember the first movie my parents took me to was Care Bears. I also enjoed rainbow bright.
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Shannon said...

Family reunions.

mverno said...

went to the fair every year

Suz said...

Going to the State Fair of Texas, seeing Big Tex, and having a Fletcher's corn dog.

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5webs said...

I loved to go camping with my parents. It was the only time that they would give me any attention (presumably because they had no where else to go), and I reveled in those rare tastes of "family".
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Sunnyvale said...

I loved to swing on an old tire hung in the neighbors tree

agordon10 said...

Going to the zoo with my dad.

Princess Golden Hair said...

some of my favorite childhood memories involve playing with my brothers in the back yard of our childhood home.

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john ferris said...

Family reunions.

AmandaK said...

My favorite childhood memory is playing with my sister. No matter what we had, we always had fun! We still do that to this day!

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Jill said...

A fav childhood memory of mine is the strawberry patch we had in front of my house! I was in love with it so it became my job to tend to it and pick the strawberries! Oh and delic!

Creative Mom said...

My favorite childhood memory is very magical. It is when I met my best friend at a pizza party. She is still my best friend 40 years later!




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Erica C. said...

my niece would love this!

Christy G. said...

My favorite childhood memory is my first day of school.

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MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

being really young and bikijng to the brookfield zoo- as in 10 years old- thinking now I would kill my kids if they did what we did but make it and survived

silverbele said...

I loved biking with my friends on the street.

andrea v said...

Back today, I remember staying with my grandparents all summer and having so much fun.
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Charlotte Robbins said...

a couple things, the yearly summer state fair and going to florida and disney land when i was 12

jceko77 said...

going on family vacations to disney World
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Christy G. said...

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lisagee said...

Playing all the outdoor games with my friends. Jacks/jump rope, tag etc......

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Amy Gangloff said...

My favorite childhood memory was going around with my mom while she ran errands. We would go everywhere together and she would enter me into coloring contest and do crafts with me, so much fun. Thanks, Godesseablu@msn.com

judybrittle said...

My favorite childhood memory is spending the week at my grandmas house. We would go to bingo,to the park,go shopping and to her beautiful church. I would spend hours on her porch playing with my Barbie.

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andrea v said...

my kids would love this, thanks
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Mtlgrl4evr said...

I don't see my earlier comment but I liked going to the drive in with my family.
I'm also a subscriber.

delta dawn said...

I always loved to bake with my mom.

ehhogan said...

Staying overnight with my grandparents.

Christy G. said...

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Jeff and Mandee said...

We lived in a desert setting and I remember going out with my brothers and a wagon and catching lizards and horny toads all of the time! My daughter would just love this movie :)

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Katina said...

One of my favorite childhood memories are the homemade ice cream parties that we used to have.

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Anonymous said...

I remember learning to ride my metallic green Schwinn Sting-Ray!

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ky2here said...

This may be weird but I remember one time when it was raining in our neighbor's yard but not ours. The rain just stopped for a good 5 minutes. We ran over on our side and just laughed uproariously. It was magical.

Karen said...

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Staci said...

One of my best memories is playing on the swingset with my siblings. We'd build forts, have imaginary adventures, even try to take care of baby birds when we found a nest there.
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janetfaye said...

One of my favorite childhood memories is playing in my tree house.

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andrea v said...

I love strawberry shortcake. thanks
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Janelle said...

I loved hanging out with my friend Alberta, who was from Australia. Her grandfather lived up the street from me and he always had the NEATEST stories to share. We had the best times at his house!!

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Think about it said...

when i think of my childhood, i think of summer, and kinda being lonely. because my siblings didn't live at home and my parents worked.

Melanie said...

Hm.

I miss hanging out with my brother.
We had so much fun together.

He's in Iraq now, and hes been in the military so long that Ive forgotten what its like to just hang with him.


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Casey Becher said...

I had a Strawberry Shortcake doll that blew strawberry scented kisses when you squeezed her.

Ardy22 said...

My fav memory was of the entire family going on vacation to Disney World on a camping trip

andrea v said...

We would go on a weekend vacation with my grandparents to this little town on the river. It was always fun to play games and sight see.
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jayne said...

My fav memory was baking with my Mama. Now that was fun!

susan1215 said...

Playing dress up with my sister was fun

purango said...

Being in the kitchen with my mother baking cookies. garrettsamo@aol.com

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Anonymous said...

My favorite memory is we didn't have a lot of money and I really wanted a tin dollhouse in the new dime store in town, I remember crying (not pitching a fit) for that dollhouse but mama didn't have the money, we went to my aunt's house where my daddy was and they left me there to go pay some bills they said and when they came back my sweet daddy came in carrying that dollhouse, what a sacrifice to make a little girl so happy.

Anonymous said...

I had a Strawberry Shortcake video when I was little about Strawberry moving to a new house. It was one of my favorites and I still remember the songs! :P Thanks! theprophecygirl(at)hotmail(dot)com

kathy pease said...

as a kid i had a mrs beasley doll i used to carry everywhere :)

ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

I had surgery when I was 3 & after wards ~about a week later I rode up & down the hallway using the food tray like a scooter.
Then a few years later I had another surgery & my parents bought me a turntable 45 record player....it with portable in a cute green case....it looked like a luggage box. My parents bought me my first record~ Puppy Love by Donny Osmond!

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mrstrooper said...

I remember getting a doll for my pre-school graduation present and I thought it was the best present in the whole wide world!

Helen said...

I remember as a kid drinking coffee with my Grandma. We'd sit at her kitchen table and talk.

masonsgranny59 said...

we played school on our back porch :)

bndraldy said...

My brother and I used to build cities that took up half the living room. We used marbles to line the streets, dominoes and cards for houses, Lincoln Logs for businesses, and even built bridges with my brother's Erector Set. We would work for hours and thought we had made masterpieces! Then Mrs. Clean would come in and tell us to clean up the mess we had made on her living room floor (we did not have dens or family rooms). I guess it was before they started worrying about fostering good self esteem. LOL
Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Smiles Across Miles said...

I loved spending spring break with our extended family at the beach in South Carolina each year. We are now continuing the tradition with our own kids

Leah said...

I loved cuddling and snuggling and lovin' up our 2 delicious St. Bernards when I was a little girl! They were soooo cute and always let me ride them like horsies! : )))

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I also subscribe! : )))

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Donna said...

I remember starting school.
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lilyk said...

One of my favorite childhood memories was going horseback riding.

Kristie said...

One of my favorite memories is when my siblings and I would play in the hay mow at my grandpa's barn.

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