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Fall Fest Blog Hop DAY 2
All Fall Stamp Sets on Sale

Welcome to DAY 2 of our Fall Fest Blog Hop celebration. If you missed DAY 1 click here. We are giving away a new prize every day so don't miss the chance to win!

Besides the inspiration and giveaways we have ALL our Fall inspired stamp sets ON SALE at Graciellie Design, no code needed. Click here to visit the SHOP





Stop by the links below and leave a comment letting us know which is your favorite Fall inspired stamp set.

For an extra entry: 
1. Like, share and leave a comment on today's post at Graciellie Design's official Facebook page. 
2. Like and tag a friend in a comment on today's post at Graciellie Design's official Instagram page.

- Winners will be announced on Graciellie Design's Facebook page on October 29th. - 
Make sure to come back tomorrow for DAY 3 of our Fall Fest blog hop. See you then!

Comments

  1. What a lovely set of images! I am off to join your FB page and Instagram. TFS! kReN@afourthlife

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  2. Absolutely beautiful images!!! And your team has done gorgeous work with them...I'm loving the hop :) Hugs...Janie

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  3. After the Day 1 hop, I really like the sunflower set. It's so beautiful! Off to hop Day 2.

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  4. I am happy to say that I am the happy winner of Day 2 of your blog hop. You can contact me at kren dot kurts at gmail dot com
    Thanks for your wonderful blog hop! kReN K

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