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Plum Street Prints Giveaway - Closed

It's Friday! Thank you, weekend. I'm so happy to see you. And, I have good news!

The girls of Plum Street Prints have agreed to giveaway one of their awesome prints to one of my readers! I have been a long time fan of PSP. {Maybe that's because co-owner Lori is one of my dearest friends.} They sell customizable artwork for every room of the home. Check out their shop here. Some of my favorite prints:

Modern Phoenix Skyline Print - Printable 8x10

Never Suppress a Generous Thought - 8x10 Printable Art

Love Tree - 8x10 Printable art

The winner of this giveaway will get to choose any print! There's two ways to enter:
1. "Follow" my blog and leave a comment here. (If you already follow, just tell me so.)
2. Become a "follower" on the Plum Street Prints blog and leave another comment here.

This giveaway will end Friday, March 2nd at noon. Good luck!
While you're at their blog, checkout their awesome phone cases, too!
These cases really are awesome. I've even got my own!


  1. What a fun giveaway! I love Plumb Street Prints! I hope I win :)

  2. Hey! Let's see if this works... I love your blog! I get on it quite often and admire the talent! I'm now an official "follower"!

  3. It looks like it worked! I'm also a follower of Plum Street Prints blog!

  4. I am already a follower of your blog. Thank you!

  5. I am also already a follower of Plum Street Prints. Big fan!

  6. I follow your blog. Would love to win!! :)

  7. I subscribe to plum street prints. Love their stuff!!

  8. Pick me! Pick me! The phone cases are SO fun!!

  9. This is an awesome giveaway! Thanks so much!
    I follow this blog.
    justeena_25 at yahoo dot ca

  10. I am also following the Plum Street Prints blog.
    justeena_25 at yahoo dot ca

  11. I follow the 'Plum Street Prints' blog.

  12. I follow you and PSP, love both!!! <3

  13. I follow Plum Street Prints blog!

  14. Following you now, I already follow PSP on Facebook- love their prints!


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