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The Great February Giveaway

Who wants to win some stuff?? :D

A few of my sponsors have so graciously donated ad space! "What would I do with that?" you might be asking yourself. Do you have a blog or Etsy shop? Advertising on blogs is a great way to get some new eyes looking at your work! And you'll get an entire month of ad space on all three blogs!

To sweeten the deal, I'm also giving away a $10 off coupon to my Etsy shop: Desert Rose Knits. Etsy doesn't actually allow me to make "dollars off" coupons via their automated system, so let me know what you want to spend it on and I'll make up a custom listing for you with the discounted price applied! (Coupon may only be used by you and may not be refunded for money.)


So how do you enter?

1. Subscribe to this blog: Living the Creative Life.
2. Subscribe to Aunie Sauce.
4. Subscribe to Boyish Chic.
5. Follow me on Twitter.
6. ... or Aunie.
7. ... or Melanie.
8. ... or Jillian.
9. Tweet about this giveaway.
10. Blog about this giveaway.
11. Post about this giveaway on Facebook.

That's eleven ways you can enter!! Be sure you post a separate comment below for each of the eleven entries. So spread the word and keep your fingers crossed! You just may be the lucky winner!

Contest will close end of day, Monday, February 27th.


  1. Hey Jen,

    I follow you via GFC! :)

    - Felicity. x

  2. I follow Aunie Sauce via GFC! :)

    - Felicity. x

  3. I follow Keeping up with The Cantelmo's via GFC!

    - Felicity. x

  4. I follow Boyish Chic via GFC!

    - Felicity. x

  5. I'm following Living the Creative Life via GFC.


  6. I'm following you on twitter. @tranae01

  7. I'm following Boyish Chic via GFC.

  8. I'm following Aunie via twitter. @tranae01

  9. I'm following Melanie via twitter. @tranae01

  10. I'm following Jillian via Twitter

  11. I'm following K.U.W.T. Cantelmo via GFC


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