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Prize Alert @ C'est Magnifique

I love C'est Magnifique sketches.  I hope you'll go to their blog and see their wonderful sketches, kits and designer project.

Here's their link for the giveaway:  C'est Magnifique

Hi there.  We're so glad you stopped by our blog today, because we're giving all our readers a chance to win the Bits & Pieces from Leslie's August kit - and it's a great one this month.  Leslie was away at CHA in July and literally had NO time to scrap - so her Bits & Pieces collection is huge this month!



It's easy to enter our Bits & Pieces Giveaway 

1.  You must be a follower of our blog.  If you do not already follow us, just click 
on the "Join this site" button on the left sidebar and you'll be all set.  
The winner of this challenge must be a follower of our blog.

2.  Use the Inlinkz tool at the bottom of this post.

3.  We are giving you a chance to enter our giveaway twice!  To enter twice,
share this post on your blog (in a blog post, not your sidebar) and you can 
enter your name again using the Inlinkz tool below 
(just be sure to add the link to your blog post). 

The contest will close at midnight, August 12.  
The winner, selected by a random draw, will be announced a few days later.
Good Luck!
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