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Lucky Winner & Music Saves My Soul

I sorry I’ve been a little slow posting the winner of my February follower blog candy.   All I can say is that it has been an extra busy week.  So with out further chit chat, I’ll get to it. 

One lucky winner, picked by Random.org, will win a Lili of the Valley Balloon Bunny (unmounted rubber) stamp and a 6x6 BasicGrey Picadilly paper pad.

 

The lucky winner is…..

 

#92 is Becky B. of Scrappin’ Becky B.

 

Congratulations Becky!  Please email me at shestamps11-blogs(at)yahoo(dot)com with your mailing address with in the next 10 days and I will get your prize in the mail.

 

 

 

I also wanted to share a song that I heard on the radio this past week end when driving to my daughter’s fencing tournament.  I had to download it when I got home.  I hope you like it!

 

 

If you would like to play along Marcea’s weekly musical blog hop, link up your post on Marcea’s blog

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great week end!

Comments

Love your song choice - will definitely be downloading this xxx
Carly said…
congrats beccy .... fab image!
Sandra H said…
Congratulations Becky:)
Nicole said…
Congrats Becky and Cheryl thanks so much for the opportunity. Hugs, Nicole
Flowergirl said…
Congrats to the lucky lady and thank you Cheryl for the chance to win x
Wendy x
Tammy said…
Congrats Becky!!
Karin said…
Congrats to the winner!
Ellis said…
Congrats Becky! =)
I like the video, have to look for the song! =)
Hugs, Elenor
Becky B. said…
Hi, Cheryl! Sorry that I'm just now responding to this...I've been sick with the flu this week, so have been out-of-sorts. Anyhoo...thanks SO MUCH for the wonderful prize - you TOTALLY made my day! :) I'll email you with my address...thanks, again!

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