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April Blog Event Page and Calendar

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Close to Home Camping and Nature Art Event 
at Artsy Chaos!  
We're thrilled to have you here!
This event will run for the entire month of April.


The following is a listing (with links when they go live) of giveaways, articles and other fun things going on this month.  Be sure to check back often so you don't miss anything!




April 4th - Crazy Dog T-Shirt Review

April 6th - Enjoying the Night Sky and Yanni Truth of Touch Album Review

April 9th - Camp Smartypants Spotlight and Giveaway

April 12th - Camp Smartypants Sit-Upon Tutorial


April 16th - Nachomama Tees Review


April 18th - Cover Your Hair Review and Giveaway

Costume Squad T-Shirt Giveaway


Nature-Watch Gold Diggins Kit Review and Giveaway

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