Food Blogger Prop Swap!

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Happy Friday!

Today I am excited to talk to you about a fun little project that I have been working on with Faith from An Edible Mosaic. It’s the Food Blogger Prop Swap!

It goes without saying that Food Bloggers needs props and if you are anything like me, you get sick of seeing the same linens (I am looking at you Orange-ish napkin from World Market), forks and serving pieces over and over again in your photos.

Well, Faith and I are hosting a fun event where Food Bloggers can pass on their loved and gently used props (yep, you DO NOT HAVE TO BUY ANYTHING NEW!) to another Food Blogger and in turn, receive a box of gently used props from another Food Blogger.

The ONLY cost is a medium flat-rate USPS box ($12.35 no matter where you are in the US).

What a great way to meet new people, discover new food blogs and update your Prop Closet!

All of the details are here on the FBPS Page. I hope you’ll join us and swap props this summer :)

Sign Up Until Friday, May 17th!

And, for all of my readers who are not food bloggers, what Prop of mine are you sick of seeing? Maybe I’ll pass it on to another blogger in my box…

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Comments

    • EverydayMaven says

      I was thinking about you moving and packing up all your cooking stuff and un-packing it in the new place. Hopefully, you’ll have a pile of stuff you can pass on so you can participate :)

  1. says

    Hi,

    Another idea for props could be featuring a vintage etsy shop such as myself in exchange for borrowing props. There are alot of great vintage sellers and pieces out there. If you’d be interested, please contact me. I’m not a food blogger, but I love this site and check here for recipes all the time!

    Sincerely,

    Pamela Estey

    • EverydayMaven says

      Hi Pamela,

      That is a really creative idea!
      I do think borrowing props is a tricky situation b/c food could potentially damage them plus there would shipping costs both ways. I just checked out your Etsy store and you have some really beautiful pieces!

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