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Run for the Little Flowers Giveaway items!

I have been remiss in posting about the Run the Little Flowers Giveaway.  I have shared a few sneak peeks on our Facebook, page, but had not compiled the post.

Without further ado, here are this year's giveaway items:

1. Pale Blue Mountain Jade Stretch Bracelet made by Ike and Co Etsy Shop


2. Fuchsia dyed agate and crystal filigree stretch bracelet made by Ike and Co Esty Shop    Won by Monica S.



3. $15 Gift Card to Starbucks Won by Susan S.


4. Happy Girls are the Prettiest tank from Transforming Beauty


5.  5 Pack Sampler of Shakeology Nutrition Shakes  Won by Ann D.



6. So Loved Tee (size of winner's choice) Won by Diane F.




And if anyone wants to donate an item, please email me or leave a comment below.


Now, for the details of the giveaway . . . .

 All registrants are automatically entered to win.

You can earn extra entries by:

1. Getting a group together to run it in our area.  This can be your moms group, bible study or home school group, or just a few friends that decided to walk the block together.  Just let me know that you have done this and post a picture of your group on the run's facebook page after the run.

2. Take a picture of yourself before, during or after the run and post it to the run's facebook page.

3. Blog about your run and let me know you did so by commenting here.

4. Advertise about the run!  Share on your blog, facebook, instragram or twitter and let me know you did so by commenting below.  This can be done once a day!!

Let's get ready to run for the Little Flowers!!!









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  1. Here is my blog post about the run with pictures
    http://joyinthemorning-joy.blogspot.com/2014/10/walking-for-little-flowers.html

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