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Stella and Dot Giveaway!

The time has come! As a thank you to my faithful readers and as an incentive to share Mom In Progress with your other mommy friends, I'm offering the first of several giveaways!

Stella and Dot is an awesome fashion jewelry company created by a mom, to make being a mom and having a business a reality! Our giveaway this week is courtesy of Marcee Shultz - thank you Marcee!! All of the links take you directly to her website and you are going to want to see all of the lovely things Stella and Dot has to offer.

We are running the giveaway all week long for the Uma Silk Wrap Necklace and Pin! The necklace and pin combo retails for about $90 and it can be yours for free!
Here's what you need to do:
  1. Become a follower of Mom In Progress (click on the "follow" link on the top of the page, left-hand side)
  2. Leave a comment including two things: a link to your favorite item at Stella and Dot and your email address (I need a way to contact you if you're the winner!).
It's that simple. I'll notify the winner on Monday, July 19 and post to my Giveaways/Contests page.

I'm loving the Palm Necklace with Starfish from their Casual Weekends collection. Keep on reading and please tell your friends - there's much more fun to come!

Comments

  1. I LOVE the Starfish necklace (among others :) too cute!

    http://www.stelladot.com/corporate/productcatalog?page=productdetail&selectedLocale=en_US&sku=N158

    kwaress@comcast.net

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  2. http://www.stelladot.com/sites/marceeschultz/productcatalog?page=productdetail&sku=N119

    Love this necklace, I can't follow since I am one of the few folks who doesn't facebook. Want to say good luck with your giveaways though (I saw your comment on Barb's site)

    bodhibearinfo@gmail.com

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