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Give-A-Way!!

Hey everyone! We are doing a give-a-way that was made with the Free Halloween Printables, posted on Monday. Below is a picture of the craft, and you can also refer to the post below on how we made the cute decoration. We just wanted to give you an idea how you can use them and have fun with them. Anyways, for the give-a-way there are 4 ways to be entered into the drawing, you can do all 4 or just one if you like.

1. Comment on a post on Facebook telling us what you like about the blog or anyway we can improve it.

2.Invite a friend to like the blog on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

3. Follow us on Twitter.

4. Share a post from the blog's Facebook page on your own Facebook.

(Note: everytime you invite a friend to follow or like us, your name will be added to the drawing. This is a great way to get your name into the drawing!)

Make sure to comment below letting us know how may entries to put in for you.

The give-a-way will end on the 8th (next Monday), so don't waste time!

On Monday we will inform who is the lucky winner and mail the decoration to you!

Hope everyone enjoys!


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