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Fashion Week 2012 Giveaway IS LIVE and valued at $256

WELL, super BIG NEWS. I have had such an astounding response that I am able to offer not 1 giveaway bundle but 2 giveaway bundles with a total value of $256! This will allow you double the chance to win plus allow my fabulous designers a chance to win the bundle they are NOT in. Hoping this works out the best for everyone. I'm so excited and cannot wait for the fashionable fun to begin! Please tell your fashionable friends and family to stop by enter and support these lovely designers!

Fashion Week 2012 Giveaway Blast multiple blog event

One TWO very lucky winner's will receive a nice  ensemble of accessories provided by various hard-working, hand-crafting designers! I know a few personally and other's were met for Fashion Week. It has been a pleasure working with these ladies. Good luck to one  TWO of you wonderful blog readers.

Be sure to enter the TWO Fashion Week 2012 bundles here at Something2offer.com BUT please scroll to the bottom and hop over to the other NINE BLOGS who each have their own giveaway during Fashion Week 2012!

DO NOT MISS YOUR CHANCE TO ENTER. December 10-17!

This multi-blog giveaway blast can be accessed on Something 2 Offer!

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