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Saturday, March 20, 2010


Hi Everyone
Thank you for all the comments about what theme to choose for my Blog Candy Giveaway 3, and the majority chose FLORAL. (maybe baby will be next!!!)
So here is a selection of floral candy pieces that are up for grabs.
(I will also add some pretty 6x6 patterned paper -not pictured- to this as well)
To win this yummy candy all you have to do is:
1. Become a follower (Thank you, if you already follow my blog)
2. Leave a comment on this post
3. Post a link to my blog candy to your sidebar of your blog
(If you don't have a blog then you can make a mention of my giveaway on twitter, my space or face book)
Now I have something special I would like to add to this giveaway:
If I leave a comment on YOUR BLOG (this will be at random) and mention the word ((Challenge)), I will  invite you (of course you may not want to) as a guest designer on my blog to design a card, ATC, or any paper project with colors and theme of your choice to post on my blog. And with those colors and theme, we will start a challenge for our readers. And you will receive a nice prize and the winner of that challenge will too!!
It should be great fun!! So, I hope you will join in...
Anyway guys! Have a wonderful Day and thanks so much for stopping by
Hugs ((LYNN)) xx
BLOG CANDY 3 will end on 4TH APRIL 2010


coresetexturas said...

Hi lynn,

First of all thanks for visiting my blog.

The candy is great !! Thanks for the chance to win it.
Hugs, Anabela.

Rosa-kreattiva said...

Thanks for a chance to win..
saluti dall'italia public the post on
Hugs, rosa

Ukka said...

I would like to participate in this give away, the gift is precious! I announce in my blog on my right sidebar and I am follower also! Regards

Crafty Chris said...

Hi Lynn
just noticed your candy thanks so much for the chance to win some yummy candy, off to put it on my sidebar,
Christine x

Fata Azzurra said...

Thanks for the candy, you are on my sidebar:

Magis said...

Замечательная конфета!
Моя ссылка на панели слева:

Larisa said...

Hello Lnn! I don't know if you send this to Russia if I am a winner somehow... I am never lucky though... so I try to take part in this candy )) Thanks for the chance!
Hugs. Larisa.

HappyBlondy said...

Very necessary sweet! And always pleasantly gets acquainted with creative persons. With pleasure became your reader and the reference to my page at the left

MoooooN said...

Hello! What's a candy! I've linked your candy on my sidebar under the section "Blog Candy".
And I'm your Follower!
Thanks for a chance to win!


Sissi said...

Can I participate again? ;)
It's another great candy!
I've posted on my blog

Lots of kisses.

P.S. Christmas candy hasn't arrived yet. I'm waiting for it patiently :))

Regina said...

hello, Lynn
your selection of goodies is so wonderful, I have my fingers crossed.

a lot of greetings Regina

Emma said...

Gorgeous candy....thank you so much for the chance to win.
I am following you and have popped a link on my sidebar.
Hugs Emma x

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