Do check with Blount. Perhaps they will allow it, but I suspect not, for the reason SailorChic34 stated.
Also, for future reference, not a great idea to promise something that is not yours to give. You lose credibility when it doesn't work
Finally, giving in to your daughter's crying fits teaches her that you will give in, so you do her no favors by it, merely instruct her in the practicalities of being a cry-baby. I am sorry to write so bluntly, because I do not want to hurt your feelings, but when raising a child to be the best they can in the world, you have to stay on top of things. You will help her by teaching her to express her feelings, then let them go. Nobody gets their way all the time. Sooner learned, the better for you and her. [You can always let her cry in her room, if she must, and allow her back when she is finished.....and if she starts up again, back to the room. You may have a difficult time, but see it for what it is, this about her will, she is not in any pain other than psychological, she is not hungry, she's just trying it on, and you've let her flummox you.] As a parent, you owe it to her to nurture and protect her--not give in to her whims.