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A *Welcome, Fall!* Giveaway

I don't know about you, but I am SO excited that Fall is practically here! I enjoy all four seasons, but Fall is by far my personal fave.

In honor of this wonderful change of the seasons I've been sprucing up my blog and am having a *GIVEAWAY* !! Whoo Hoo!!

My sister, Kari, who blogs over at logorrhea, has recently opened her etsy shop, etc design. She is very creative and has some of fun goodies there, such as: jewelry and t-shirts, with more to come! Go check her out!

I have decided to give away a pair of her fall themed earrings in honor of this lovely season! They are so cute, I wish I were getting them:)


Exclusive design. One-of-a-kind item. Handmade.
Sterling silver fishhooks. About 2-2.5" long

To enter to win, click over and check out her designs, then come back and leave me a comment telling me your favorite and your name goes in *the hat*. :) If you post about this giveaway on your blog or you tweet it, let me know and I'll enter your name again!
The comments will be open until midnight next Monday, September 7th. I'll announce the winner on Tuesday, September 8th. This giveaway is open to everyone, but please make sure you leave me an email address so that I have a way to contact you if you aren't a blogger.
Happy Fall, Y'all!!

Comments

Christine Orsbun said…
My favorite is the Fancies Earrings:)
Laura said…
I love the Milk Loves Cookies T-Shirt. :) Cute blog redesign, too!
I like the rain drop earrings, but I like the ones on your blog better.:)
luvsclassics said…
Hello Lora. I like the design and your topics on your blog.
I like the "Do what you love earrings", and the fall earrings are good intro to fall season.
luvsclassics said…
Hello, Lora, I tweeted about the fall giveaway with the web address to your blog, if that's okay.
My username there is luvsclassics, too. I'm fairly new to twitter.
Lisa said…
Congratulations to Kari! She is very creative. I've admired the t-shirts she has made for the kiddos, but didn't know she was making jewelry too. I think the "tweet" earrings are really cute :)

BTW, I really like the new design Lora!
Janan said…
I love the fancies earrings!! They are adorable!
Sharon said…
I love the fancies but the raindrop ones are a close second.
Pamela said…
Umm being the fall lover that I am...I love the ones you are giving away best! Please tell Kari to make for fall things!!! I do like the heart earrings, just the fall ones were my fav! She is very creative. I like that each earring is different and not the matching ...but are coordinating
bravo Kari!!!
Jessica said…
I think the 'tweet earrings' are adorable so they would be my pick!
JEWELGIRL said…
The shadow pumpkin tees are so cute.
Love that design for Halloween! That
would be my pick! I really enjoyed your Fall theme today and now I need
to get going decorating too! :)
Fun Post! Thanx!!!!
I love the fall looking ones on the giveaway, but the Tweet Earrings are sooo cute. Please put me in the drawing. Thanks trish
Reese said…
I like the Birds of a Feather earrings. Very nice! Your sister does a good job.

I'm headed to my blog to post about your giveaway. Hope I win! LOL!
alanna rose said…
I really like the Milk loves cookies T-shirt. My little guy would look so cute in it! (and of course I love the earrings you are giving away!)
Thanks for all of your entries! The giveaway is officially closed now. I'll announce the winner sometime on Tuesday, Sept. 8th.

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