Saturday, May 15, 2010

Winners :)

•Hey Dude After Shave
Huguette E. said...
daily tweet
http://twitter.com/henglish/status/13419949932

•$20 Kroger Card
kalea_kane said...
I have your button on my left blog side bar.

•Rascal Flatts & Hershery's S'Mores Kit
Margie said...
blog follower via GFC

•Lysol Products
Dan and Karissa said...
We control by washing sheets frequently and taking off our shoes in the house.


•$25 LikeWear G/C
amweeks said...
My daughter would love the Cereal Heart tshirt! (GM1B-GSS)


•$50 Western Union G/C
icunursemicki said...
My mom has always loved me, never showing disappointment in me or my decisions.......even though I was disappointed in myself.

sohamolina said...
My mom is an amazing woman whom I love very much.

purplelover04 said...
i tweeted http://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/13758847576

Anonymous said...
@luigifranco tweeted about the giveaway
http://twitter.com/LuigiFranco/status/13920766430

Deanna G. said...
My mom has the kindest heart! I couldn't have asked for a sweeter mom growing up :)

Email me by Tuesday to claim your prize at ukgirlstacey@gmail.com

3 comments:

Deanna G. said...

Yay! :)

Huguette E. said...

Awesome! Sent my email this morning.

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