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Shabby Apple Giveaway!

Hi, all!  Yay...it's a giveaway!


See the skirt above?  You can win it!  Shabby Apple has offered to give away a free Adelaide skirt to one lucky reader!  Woohoo!  Shabby Apple sells lots of adorable vintage style dresses (the one below is one of my favorites!), cute maternity dresses, and even some little girls dresses!



Entering will be very simple.

A few notes...the skirt can only be shipped to a US address and there cannot be any exchanges.

1.  To enter, you must "like" Shabby Apple on facebook (click here), then leave a comment below letting me know you did so.  That's it.

2.  If you would like extra entries, you can do the following, leaving a separate comment to let me know you did each (for instance, if you did all four, you would have four separate comments):
+ Tweet the giveaway
+  Share it on facebook
+ Follow or subscribe to Pink Holidaze (if you haven't already!)

Shabby Apple has is also offering readers a 10% discount!  Just enter the code PINKHOLIDAZE10OFF - the code is good for 30 days!

Entries end this Saturday at 10pm.  A winner will be chosen using a random number generator and I'll post it by Sunday afternoon.  You can either leave your e-mail in the comment below or check back on Sunday, then e-mail me your contact info!  Please let me know if you have any difficulties leaving a comment.

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  1. Totally a SH facebook fan! I love that skirt and really need to get the 24K before they sell out!

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  2. What a fun giveaway! I "liked" on facebook and subscribed to your blog. Thanks Colleen! :)

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  3. What a cute skirt. I'm happy to like them on FB. Love reading about your cute family!

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  4. I like Shabby Apple on fb :)

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. Liked Shabby Apple...LOVE the skirt.

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  6. Cute skirt, I also loved the green dress you posted. Liked on fb. Love your blog too!

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  7. I "like"d Shabby Apple's facebook page. I have a couple of dresses from there that are really cute and retro!

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  8. I also subscribed to your blog--it's really fun!

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  9. i like shabby apple on fb
    yanuzo at hotmail dot com

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  10. Ok, just shared on facebook...this might be the most tech savvy I've ever been-ha! this is 3 entries for me, now right? I love that skirt!

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  14. I liked shabby apple on facebook as Linda Yan! Such a cute skirt! Thanks for doing this giveaway
    yanswim888@gmail.com

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  15. I tweeted this giveaway!
    http://twitter.com/#!/aquaprincess888/status/132583888030670848

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  16. I follow you via GFC as Linda Yan and subscribe to you!
    yanswim888@gmail.com

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  17. Very nice skirt. I liked the first one. I think that's perfect for office

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  18. Don't know where I would wear it, but would still love to win it! You would just see me all fancy at church. :) (Oh and I liked it on FB)

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  19. Cute skirt! I liked the FB page! Hope I win!

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  20. I like Shabby Apple on Facebook
    (as AdrianeCoros)
    adrianecoros(at)gmail(dot)com

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  21. Of course I "like" Shabby Apple on FB. That skirt is darling. I hope I win! :)

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