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Who loves Shabby Chic? + a giveaway!

** This giveaway is now closed

Today I want to introduce you to a crafts company with very unique products. If you love unique paper embellishments, tags and journaling tags, then Shabby Chic Crafts is for you.






I would like to introduce to you to this amazing home grown company owned by a super sweet and talented lady Veronica . And I am proud to say that she has very generously allowed me to retail her products here in India.

Here are some of my favorite products for Shabby Chic Craft Shop

 Spring Doilies


 Vintage Valentine ATC

Vintage Glyphs

Weekdays Squares

Pretty cool, huh!!

To celebrate this, Veronica is offering a $25 Gift Certificate to Shabby Chic Crafts Store
To be in a chance winning, all you need to do is:

1. Visit Shabby Chic Crafts blog and let Veronica know I have sent you.
2. Visit Shabby Chic Crafts Shop and leave me a comment saying which product you like the most or which product you would like me to carry for you.
3. Spread the word about this giveaway through a blog post or side bar linking back to me.

Simple...right?? I will keep this giveaway open till next Friday April, 15.

I will be back with a Unity FWF and the mini card winner later today. Till next time :)

Comments

  1. Ujjwal there is no comment box on her blog wherein i can tell her what i like best...

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  2. I have a list of what I like: The Spring Date Tabs, Spring is in the Air Icons, Artisians, Month Journaling Tags, and pretty much everything else! :-)

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  3. I love the valentine ATCs.. They are gorgeous

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  4. Oh! WOW!!! This is gr8..... Just been there & I simply loved her Vintage Journaling Tags..... :)

    Ash....
    (http://hastkala-oceancihope.blogspot.com/)

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  5. Wow!!i love the doilies n vintages ones:)

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  6. I like the doilies very much and like to have them. please let me know when you get in your store so that I can buy them.

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  7. Lovely collection!! i liked their tags, and dollies :)

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  8. Wow!.. yummy giveaway!.. :D
    Veronica is soo talented!.. loved the fabric album! :)
    I love their spring doilies! :D
    P.S. sidebar pic added! ;)
    HUgs

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  9. wow the doilies r breathtaking & so r d the vintage tags......

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  10. The doilies...I believe... are calling my name...

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  11. Wow!!i love the doilies they are in such pretty colors!

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  12. Hey this is great news Ujjwal, those doilies are lovely, love the other stuff too!

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  13. its a great giveaway and thanks for the chance to win i have to say though the doilies r beautiful love them.

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  14. I just love the doilies and the vintage one.

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  15. I am in love with all the Journaling tags...I can't pick one..but those butterfly ones, the baby milestones, all the tags are gorgeous..of course that doily too is perfect!!!
    So glad you're getting these!!

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  16. Hey Ujjwal...I loved the Vintage tags and Grandma's doilies.. :)

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  17. I simply love everything in vintage section !
    i sometimes one how gold is old !!
    did every bit to win this
    hugs
    mallika

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  18. hey ujjwal, all the stuff is great but i really liked the journaling tags. great for scrapbooking.

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