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OWH Blog Hop–BLOG CANDY post

To keep the hop running smoothly, we were asked to post any blog candy offerings in a separate post. If you are looking for my OWH blog hop post, you can find it here.



For the hop, I am offering on random hopper a new set of Martha Stewart Flourish clear stamps.






To qualify for the random drawing, please leave a comment on my OWH blog hop post. Come back to this post and enter your name in the linky tool below. I think I have it set where you do not need to enter your blog (if you do not have one). If it requires one, and you do not have your own blog, feel free to use my blog address.


You do not need to become a follower to enter my drawing, although I would love it if you did. Smile


The linky tool will close at noon, Tuesday, May 31st, and I will announce the winner on my blog at that time. The winner will have 1 week to contact me with their mailing info before I do a redraw.



Thank you for hopping along with us. I hope you have a fabulous Memorial Day week end.




Comments

Redonna said…
Thanks for the blog candy opportunity.
Redonna
rleckie911 AT gmail.com
Patricia H said…
Those flourish stamps are so pretty! Thanks for offering the chance to win them.

ph_in_va (at) comcast (dot) net
This is such a good cause. I try to send cards at least a couple times a year!
Shell said…
Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful way to help our troops.
she11ygirl at verizon dot net
Julie said…
Great candy! Happy Hopping!
Juliana T said…
I became a follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

jonder at frontier dot com

http://julianaspapercrafts.blogspot.com/
Susan said…
Thanks for the opportunity at candy :)
Susan

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