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Thanks so much to everyone who joined my Birthday Giveaway Celebration on my blog, on Facebook and on my Youtube channel. I so appreciate all the beautiful comments you left. THANK YOU! Here are the lucky winners:


Winner of Prize #1
Dorothy S
June 3, 2015 at 6:06 AM
Happy birthday! This is new to me - I look forward to checking out your creations.

Winner of Prize #2
Antoinette Tristan
Hi Graciellie. Happy BIrthday and Thank you for all your inspirational fun and creations. So glad that i was introduced to your beautiful works and become a follower and subscriber. BIg Texas Hugs, AntoinetteT

Winner of Prize #3
Marilyn Mathis
May 31st, 13:23
Happy Birthday!! I am subscribed to your Youtube channel, your blog and here. Love your creations.

(Winners were picked thanks to the help of my old friend Randomizer.org)

Please winners contact me ASAP. Please use the contact form on my sidebar to send an email and please include your complete name and address so we can send you your prizes! 

I hope you all can join me again for upcoming giveaways... HINT: Subscribe to my Youtube ;)

I'll be back tomorrow with more inspiration and ideas for you! Hugs.



Comments

  1. Hi Graciellie, How awesome and fun that I got picked to be one of the Winners. I sent you a Message on your Contact Me here on your Blog. Thank you for being a Blessing to your Followers through your creative works and graciousness. Jesus Bountiful Blessings to you. Big Texas Hugs, Antoinette

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  2. Graciellie,
    What a wonderful way to start the week! You have such beautiful designs - I think I will check them out to see what I might be able to get that would help me. Actually, it would be impossible to achieve anything like yours, but I can dream! At any rate, thank you so much for your generosity. I am off to send a message...

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  3. I can't believe that I won! God is so good. Thanks Graciellie. Your creations are always an inspiration to me. You, yourself, are such a blessing too!

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  4. Congratulations to the winners! They all left such kind words... you have a lovely following, Gracie, which warms my heart! Have a blessed day, everyone! :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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