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Lovin' Life Blog Candy


I've decided to do my first Blog Candy Give Away in honor of the beginning of Fawn and Jeff's new marriage!

May the years you spend together create a joyous life!

The lucky winner will receive the unused stamps sets above. Life the Life from Unity Stamp Company and Live Like you Mean It from Stampin Up!

All you have to do is post a comment!

The winner will be announced on April 1.

Comments

Scrapacat said…
Wow - love those stamps!
~ky
Kristen Carll said…
wow awesome stamps hun! :) great giveaway! congrats to the newly weds!
Ashley Newell said…
Congrats to Jeff and Fawn! Thanks for the chance to win!
Susan W. said…
Great stamps from two of my favorite companies. Thank you for the chance to win these wonderful stamps.
FibreJunky said…
Congrats to Fawn & Jeff!
Thanks for the chance to win.
Barb said…
Did someone say free stamps--I have checked out your blog a few times. Very cool. Thanks for sharing with the rest of us.

Barb
Anonymous said…
Thanks for visiting my blog! I love your work! Adorable. Do not enter me into the giveaway!!! Just wanted to stop by!
Much Love & Blessings~~~ Danielle
Kathy H said…
Wow...awesome giveaway!!! I do not have either of these...Thanks Kathy Hering..
Kerry said…
What great blog candy...thanks for the chance to win! :)
Anonymous said…
Cool!! A chance for free stamps!!!
Wow! I love free stamps... and the ones you're offering as blog candy are pretty incredible!
You know I'm down. Thanks 4 the chance to win...I was thinking if doing the same thing
MiamiKel said…
Aw, how sweet of you! Congratulations to the new couple!!
And that is some yummy blog candy ~ aren't you a sweetheart! Have a blessed day :)
Wendy Bonner said…
Love the blog candy, sounds yummy! Congrats to the newlyweds. Thanks for a chance to win :)
*Susan* said…
Congratulations to the newlyweds! And what wonderful blog candy--how sweet of you! Oh, and I love your plea to God that winning the lottery won't spoil you! LOL!
Anonymous said…
how swet of u to give us a chanse to win and congrats to the newlyweds
Su G said…
Wow your creations are beautiful. I found the link to your blog on scs - Blusky's swap! thanks for sharing what you do! and thanks for the offer of the candy!
Lindsey said…
I guess I might have to start doing blog candy!
You're so super cool now! Dang girl!
Pink Diva said…
Oh it is almost blog candy time
Anonymous said…
Thanks for offering your first blog candy. The stamp sets look fun. This is BeckyF
Amazing blog candy. Thanks for visiting my blog and the kind words!
dclouser said…
Wonderful stamps! Congratulations to the newlyweds - may they have a long and happy life together!
Regina said…
Hi Rebecca,
I'm doing the Unity Blog Hop and thoroughly enjoying it. I'm finding so many talented artists...and you are among them! Your necklace is gorgeous and the gift bag to go with it is perfect.

Best Wishes to Fawn & Jeff! They have a beautiful and memorable beginning to their life together!
Thanks for sharing!
Sam said…
Awesome giveaway!! Congrats to the happy couple!!
Sam
Sarah E. said…
Congrats to the lucky couple! Thanks for posting such a great giveaway! :)

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