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st. patrick's day giveaway!

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What about kicking off St. Patricks's day with a good ole' Irish Blessing?
That is, by blessing one of you with a

$100 Visa Gift Card

That's right, $100 to spend on whatever your little heart desires! Need new clothes, now you can go get some. How about some new dishes or linens? Done and done! Don't want to spend your own money on a new vacuum for your Spring cleaning, well then here you go! 

There is only one mandatory entry.

We just want you to let us know what you would spend your hundred bucks on !

And the other entries are bonus entries to up your chances of winning!

(but seriously why wouldn't you want extra entries?)

The giveaway ends on March 23rd.

Good Luck!

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  1. I'd use it towards some new summer clothes!

  2. I'd put it toward new clothes!!

  3. I recently purchased a new home and would use it for some goodies to decorate. :)

  4. I am definitely needing/wanting some new clothes! :)

  5. I desperately need some new summer/spring clothes!!! :) God bless!

  6. I really really really need a new it would go towards a new phone!

  7. I would purchase... a new makeup bag! Traveling back home to PA for Easter next week and am in dire need of a new makeup bag!!!

  8. Some things for myself, makeup, purse and shoes. I need things but feel guilty being a sahm with 2 little ones.

  9. Hi ladies :) Thank you for such a great giveaway. If I wont the visa gift card I would use it to buy some new spring/summer clothes. Best of luck to everyone!

  10. I would put it towards a nice date night! :)

  11. I would put it towards my ticket for the Allume conference this year!


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