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relaunch giveaway!!

so, how do you like the new design? i'm the most indecisive and SLOWEST designer ever, but i think i'm pretty happy with how it turned out :) huge thanks to danielle for helping me with those cute social media buttons on the side [the round green ones over there]. i set them up and they weren't showing on the page. she worked her magic and voila! there they are! [if you need blog or business design check her out. she's a guru, and the sweetest person on the face of the earth.]

i posted about the new design, the new name, and my new intentions yesterday...

so today, i want to celebrate! 

in honor of the blog re-launch, and my return to regular writing, i'm hosting a little giveaway! mostly, i just want to get the word out to all of our friends that THE URL HAS CHANGED, and this is a much more fun way of getting that done :)

so, what will you win, you ask?

THREE OF YOU ARE GOING TO WIN A $40 CREDIT TO THE SHOP!! YAY! 

i am fully aware that maybe only three people will enter, but that's cool. if that's the case, you're all winners :) just wanted to do something fun to celebrate. i will be back all week with some serious posts, a free printable, and maybe even a coupon code on friday when i announce the winners! sounds like a fun week!

you can enter a bunch of different ways. start by clicking on that handy little "rafflecopter" guy, and it'll walk you through everything. but in case you want to know ahead of time:

mandatory:
hit "follow" on the right sidebar over there

everything else, not mandatory:
follow on twitter
follow on instagram
like on facebook
tweet about this [include @blossomandvine in your tweet]
post about it on instagram [include @blossomandvine in your post]
post about it on facebook [include @blossomandvine in your post]

[that's 7 possible entries, guys! and lot's of you are already doing most of those :) ]


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Comments

  1. just wanted to tell you that i love the new redesign, it's fresh and feminine and so YOU!
    feels good to be back doesn't it? :)

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  2. Yay - thanks for the opportunity to win! I love your blog, and I love the redesign! :) I also wanted to say I follow you in a bunch of places, but unfortunately I am not a twitterer, and I don't have a smart phone, so the only entry I submitted was by following you lol! :) BUT - when the new iPhone comes out (next month?) I will be purchasing one, so I'll follow you on Instagram then lol! :) God Bless!

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  3. oh no! I SO wanted to enter this giveaway, but it just so happens I was busy giving birth on the 14th. We're home and settled today, so I was stopping by to enter and I'm sad to see the giveaway is already closed. I LOVE all your designs, but with moving to a new house and adding baby #3 to our family all this month, our budget is beyond tight.

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  4. Thanks for re-opening the giveaway. Here's hoping today's my lucky day :)

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