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Trick or Treat Halloween Hop!! 3 #Giveaway Winners!!

Trick-or-Treat Hop


Welcome to the Trick or Treat Halloween Hop hosted by Tales From the Nursery, Formula Mom, and Mama on a Green Misson, where you will go trick-or-treating virtually at each blog for a chance to win some totally ghoul prizes. Will they have tricks or will they have treats? You must click through the linky to find out!


Here at Artsy Chaos we want to treat you to the chance to get a jump on your holiday cards with Shutterfly! We will have THREE winners who will each win 25 free 5×7 flat or folded cards!! (Retail value approximately $50 each!)  Check out these amazing designs for Halloween:





To enter, simply use the form below. After entering here, be sure to hop on over to the next blog to see what you can enter to win there! The blogs participating are in the linky below the entry form. Good luck and have fun!






Please note that Tales From the Nursery, “Trick or Treat Halloween Giveaway Hop” or the “Trick or Treat Halloween Giveaway Hop” bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes. We have represented each sponsor with the expectation they will fulfill their prize and in a timely manner. We will contact the sponsor regarding your prize(s). The sponsors, in most cases, are shipping their items to you directly. We will make every effort to assist you obtaining your prize. If there is an issue with a sponsor, please notify the blog you won a prize from within 30 days for assistance, after that we may be unable to assist you.

We were provided with 3 codes from Shutterfly because of a professional relationship. All opinions are those of the editors and owners of Artsy Chaos. No monetary compensation was received. Prize codes are for 25 free 5×7 flat or folded cards. All applicable taxes, shipping and handling will apply to orders in which these codes are redeemed. Prize codes will expire December 31, 2011.

Comments

latanya said…
Berry Merry Frame
J. 76 said…
I would choose the Falling Leaves Fall Photo card.

Thanks!
Jayme
jaymee76 at gmail dot com
Audrey Griffis said…
i'd choose the http://www.shutterfly.com/cards-stationery/christmas-cards
shirley said…
I would get the-Initially Merry
Christmas Card
SuperMom3128 said…
I like the Whimsy And Wonderful Christmas Card.
Angie said…
would love to use the JOY card design!
Heather M said…
If I won I would get Birth Announcements if I could. And if I did I would choose the animal crackers or blue elephant

hmaahn_0529 @yahoo dot com
Heather M said…
wrong email
hmahan_0529@yahoo dot com
Candie L said…
I like the Family Wall holiday card. Thank you

candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com
scottsgal said…
I like the candy cane christmas cards
msboatgal at aol.com
Maegan Morin said…
I might choose the Blossoming Joy Christmas Card :D
mummytotwoboys said…
I really like the All The Happiness Christmas cards

mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com
jmcghee2024 said…
We would like the Whismy and Wonderful card

jmcghee2024@yahoo.com
I would pick the Hello Green birth announcement
I like the holly jolly card!
Adelina Rosa said…
I would love the Snowflakes Ribbon
Pauline said…
Deck Your Walls Christmas Card - (emscout9 at Hotmail dot com)
Kasee said…
I like the With Love Christmas card. It's the perfect number of pictures to include 1 of my 4 kids together + 1 of each kid by themselves.
jeff a said…
i would choose sparkle Joy for x-mas thanks
Jan said…
I would choose Brown Sky Band for baby announcements.
jcandies said…
I like the Love and Joy Holiday card
Christina said…
I would choose the With Love
Christmas Card
Ruth said…
I would probably choose a Christmas card and like the Sweet Snow Globe designed one. But of course I'd have to discuss that with the rest of the family!
i like our family name design
jessicaberry
brodsen@gmail.com
JENNi said…
I LOVE THE
Two Reindeer
ITS REALLLLLY CUTE :)
Schkinner said…
I'd choose the Hand Drawn Joy Religious Christmas card
schkinner atyahoo dot com
polly said…
i would choose the merry montage card
pkeintz@gmail.com
I like the Gift Wrapped Christmas Card design!

lovescrissangel at hotmail dot com
Shannon Gallagher
Heather said…
I'd pick one of the many christmas ones. Too many to decide right now what I'd pick
coleycoupons said…
i like the we are blessed design
Sherry said…
I like the Snow Confetti
Jessica Peeling said…
I like the Happy Frame
New Year's Card :) jessicapeeling@yahoo.com
Kelly D said…
I would choose the Merry Montage
Kelly D
sbmn4 at hotmail dot com
Frugal Jen said…
I would choose the animal crackers birth announcements. Thanks, Jen

essingtonj at hotmail.com
Stacy Fields said…
Berry Merry Frame Holiday Card
momwithadotcom said…
I love the Wishing You a Merry Christmas card.
mscharf said…
We are expecting any day now and so I debated on whether I would prefer a birth announcement if I won or Christmas cards. I think that I would choose the Oh What Fun Christmas Card and combine the two.
Becca said…
Happy Healthy Wishes
Chevelle said…
Wonder Trees Holiday Card
chevsweeps(@)yahoo(dot)com
stacy said…
I would get the Love and Snowflakes holiday card

the imagine tree at aol dot com
I would probably choose the our moments card since we have a gaggle of kids and its easier to have a bunch of individual pictures than trying to get them all to look at the camera AND smile at the same time lol.

ticklemetiffy at gmail dot com

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