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Monday, November 29, 2010

Winners! Gratitude Giveaway Winners!

Gratitude Giveaway Hop

Thanks to all of you who took part in this giveaway!  With almost 400 entries, it was the most popular giveaway ever here on Knitting and Sundries.  Big thanks go to I Am A Reader, Not A Writer for hosting this event!


There were TWO prizes!  One for International followers, and one for US and Canada:
The Book Depository


Amazon


A $25 gift certificate for Amazon for US/Canada goes to:

Belle Decouverte

Gratitude giveaway winner pick USA

(my commenting system breaks the comments numbering into 200 per page; this is from the second page) - Congrats Belle Decouverte!

A $25 gift certificate for The Book Depository for International visitors goes to:


Gratitude giveaway winner international

FreakChiq


(again, from the second page) - Congrats, FreakChiq!


PLEASE - when entering blog giveaways, follow the directions for entry.  It took 45 minutes for me to get to these two because the initial ones that Random.org picked did NOT follow the entry guidelines!  Don't say you follow when you don't, because it's easy to find, don't enter under other names, and include the information that's asked.  Your chances go up SO much when you follow the directions.  


So, congratulations to the winners!  I will be shooting off an email in a minute or two for verification.  Please reply within 72 hours, because I really don't want to have to pick alternate winners!  :)
Julie



4 comments:

  1. \\o \o/ o// -> That's me doing the happy dance :))

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  2. I just finished The Distand Hours and am anxious to hear what you think of it.

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  3. Coffee and a Book ChickNovember 29, 2010 at 9:14 PM

    Congratulations!!

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