I have two blog giveaway events that I would like to do in the upcoming months. One is a simple summer event where we have items for each individual member of the family plus things the entire family can enjoy together. All would be summer-y or vacation items.

The other would be a graduation gift guide. It would be for graduates from college, high school, middle school, elementary school, all of it.

If either of these sound like something you would like to host on your blog as a team please contact me @ info@mamamakesmoney.net.

Thanks.

-Chelsea
http://www.mamamakesmoney.net/
http://www.twitter.com/lelandsmama

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Hi Chelsea, I'm really new to this but I have a tutu making site...is that something I could offer as a giveaway for the party? A free tutu making DVD course for moms/daughters??

Jenni
MissTutu.com
That sounds like a good one for the graduation gift guide (I'm thinking for female kindergarten graduates), but I won't be working on that one until later in the year, I think. You could give me your e-mail address and I will contact you when the time comes to begin preparing for that blog event. Thanks!

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