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Friday GIVEAWAY: Win a copy of Amy Atlas "Sweet Designs" Book!!

Friday, May 04, 2012C Riches



You all probbaly know that I'm a HUGE Amy Atlas fan, right? Well, guess my double joy this week when I found out my Jubilee Rule Britannia Party was gonna be featured on Amy's blog?!! 

Then, guess how much more excited I got when Lisa (Amy's right hand dessert doyenne), asked me if I wanted to host a giveaway for Amy's latest book "Sweet Designs"?! (Let's just say I did a little nerdy dance...).

I've just this week ordered my very own copy of Amy's book on Amazon, but now one of you can get your hands on the book by entering our Amy Atlas giveaway!!


Amy Atlas is an inspiration to a whole generation of party stylists, designers and women who follow their dreams! So it's my huge pleasure and honor to share with you a few sneak peeks from the "Sweet Designs" book pages - Plus, one lucky winner will get their hands on a copy of the book! Sweetness indeed! :)

Amazing, right?! Can't wait to get my copy in the post! :)



Enter below for your chance to WIN a copy
of Amy Atlas' new book "Sweet Designs"

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68 comments

  1. How very exciting !!! thanks for the great giveaway, I would be really excited to win this !

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  2. Sorry forgot to answer the question! I would like to style a ballerina party dessert table

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  3. Thank you for sharing :) Love the beehives,some nice ideas here :)

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  4. I think I would use bright colours to make a fun dessert table.

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  5. I'd like to pland a ocean themed baby shower for my niece - since that's the nursery decor. Among other things, I'd have favors with mini fishbowls and a mama and daddy glass fish with a small baby fish wswimming in gel.

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  6. If I had to design a fun dessert table it would definitely involve red and white colors and the use of polka dots. Probably some ruffles and burplap as well. Hmmm.....got the wheels turning now.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Kim

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  7. I want make different types of small desserts like cookies, tarts and cupcakes. Then put clues in the wrapping for a mystery party.


    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. I would love a shabby chic beach party!

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  9. If I were to do a dessert table it would be a vintage candy theme table.

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  10. How fun! I would love to style an ice cream social party. All those sprinkles!! :)

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  11. Anything pink and girlie! I LOVE Amy Atlas, she has inspired so many of my parties!

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  12. I am a big fan of both you and Amy!! You must be thrilled that your party was featured!! Congrats!!

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  13. I love classic, elegant tables that can be timeless!

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  14. I would style an Fairy Dessert table for my daughter's next party.

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  15. Peter and the Wolf Theme!!!!

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  16. I would love to be able to style my own sweets table at my wedding in October.
    almostmrsanderson@gmail.com

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  17. We did a fun sweet shop party last year for one of my kiddos that turned out pretty cute. I just wish I had more cute apothecary jars!

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  18. Wow! It looks like a wonderful book full of cute inspiration! I would love this book. :)

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  19. I'm the maid of honor in my friend's wedding this August, and I will be helping her decorate for the wedding. Her color scheme is brown and granny smith apple green. So I would have flowers, tree branches and green candy on her dessert table.

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  20. It would have to be a celebration of spring -- flowers, bright colors!

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  21. I Scream You Scream We All Scream for ICE CREAM! :)

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  22. I'd say the mobster, black &white, Tommy Gun table. A lot of class, mystery, and some desserts that are packed with a punch!

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  23. Just checked this book out at my library and now would love to have my own copy!

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  24. If I had to style a fun dessert table, it would be just like a farm, with sweets in the shape of carrots, lettuce, eggs etc.

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  25. The talented and capable women in these blogs and posts are fabulous to say the very least. I am so happy that the technology of today provides this outlet and information highway for all of us to enjoy, admire and learn from daily!
    The beautiful pictures and ideas are so very appreciated. Thank you all.

    Gwen

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  26. I would love to style an all blue party/dessert table

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  27. I am looking forward to doing a fun dinosaur themed dessert table.

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  28. i love her work! i usually use bright colors that contrast, but match the theme. i have used many ideas of yours as well as amy atlas's.

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  29. I would just love this book... her site is always adorible! and it makes me want to have fab parties! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. I would style it in bright colours and gingham. I love gingham :)

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  31. Is there any theme that I currently don't want to make a dessert table for? I suppose top of my list would be a rainbow theme

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  32. That honey bee party spread is beautiful. So many cute ideas.

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  33. I would do a ladybug style party for my daughter:)
    hebb dot julie at gmail dot com

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  34. right now i want to gear up for a graduation theme

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  35. MelissascakesandgiftsMay 5, 2012 at 7:57 AM

    I would definately say a princess themed dessert table or even a mickey mouse club house table as its my daughters favourite.

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  36. I would love to design a cute owl baby shower dessert table.

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  37. I've been eyeing this book! Can't wait to get a copy. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  38. If I were design a dessert table, say for a baby or bridal shower, I would ask the guests (and the guest of honor if they knew about the party) what their sweetest moment in life was and if they had a picture or mementos to commemorate it. So whether a graduation, getting married, birth of a child, promotion, etc...I would create a dessert table with all these "Sweetest Moments" using pictures and mementos. There are endless possibilities for this, but I envision black and white since these events happened prior to the party and maybe one color to use for small details and highlights that goes with the type of party (i.e. pink for a girl baby, baby blue for boy baby, wedding color for bridal shower etc). I would do an "instagram" style with the photos, not really using the instagram app, but creating an older, antiqued look with the photos. Maybe I could use the black corner tabs as if they were in a photo album and then put the black photo tabs on the label cards for all the desserts and treats on the table.

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  39. I don't know exactly how I'd style a table, but for sure lots of color!

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  40. I'd style a super hero dessert table...which I will probably be doing in Aug for my son's birthday.

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  41. If I had to style a table, I would love to do a book-themed one. Books in general or something specific like Harry Potter

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  42. I would love to style an Elvis dessert table! Just think of the crazy fun I could have with that!

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  43. I can't wait to style my boys' fall birthday this year. My ENTIRE family is coming and I want to show off the sweet things I'm learning from such great party designers as Amy.

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  44. I would style my own wedding dessert table!To give a sweet welcome at home!!! <3

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  45. Would love to style a rainbow-themed dessert table for my son!

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  46. Que lindas ideias, Cris,
    Será que vale aqui para o Brasil também?
    Espero que sim!
    Beijo grande!

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  47. Such a great giveaway! I must have this book. ;)

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  48. Dessert table a mom to bee

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  49. Dessert table, a mom to bee

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  50. I would style a Peter Pan (my daughter's boyfriend) themed table.

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  51. I don'T know if the giveaway is only for the U.S. resident, but I love a lot Amy Atlas'S works,so...maybe a rainbow sweet shoppe theme.

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  52. What a great give-away!! This is something I could totally use:)

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  53. if i could style any dessert table it would be a jelly bean party!!!

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  54. It doesn't matter what the dessert table is for, I just love doing it!

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  55. It would be an animal print party dessert table!!!

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  56. Putting together a cute tea party table for a little girl's birthday could be so much fun.

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  57. Viviane VasconcellosMay 8, 2012 at 11:57 PM

    I think I would do a brazilian dessert table. It would be very colorful because of the brazilian colors flag (green, yellow, blue and white) and very sweet and tasty because of the variety of desserts that we have. I hope you like the idea!

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  58. Desert table for a bridal shower!

    Cara
    kckts@msn.com

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  59. I would love a shabby chic beach party!

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  60. I really want to style a Dr. Suess party... I've seen such cute ideas for one!

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  61. I would love to style a Dr. Suess party! I've seen such cute ideas for one!

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  62. I would love to style a beach themed party table for my son's bday!

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  63. I would love to style a M&M's party. I collect M&M stuff so that would be fun for me. Thanks for the giveaway!

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