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Blog Hop Winners

I want to thank each and everyone of you that participated in the blog hop! I want to send out a huge thank you to the members from SV that were a part of this hop on your blog!
I used random.org to find my winners
the 3rd prize winner came from Jane's Blog (Tracy Duncan) you won the vintage lace. Congratz
The 2nd Prize came from Sheryl's page (Stacey Heath) you won the Kit
The 1st prize winner came from Kerry's page ( Theresa Hasbrouck) you won Websters pages

Congratz to all the winners and I cant wait to do another blog hop!
You have until sunday night NOV 18th 2012 to contact me to clame your winnings 

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  1. I'm so excited!!! What a great first Blog Hop experience. First I got to see some awesome Blogs and now I won a FABULOUS prize. Thanks for getting this going!!!

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  2. Your so welcome Theresa I hope you enjoy your goodies just send me your address in my inbox on SV hugs Crystal

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  3. I'm really excited too! I think I traumatized my cat, he's hiding under my desk because I was jumping and cheering. Thank you so much. I had a great time and really enjoyed gaining some new blogs to view.

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