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Friday, September 5, 2014

1000 Follower Giveaway: Day 4



Have you been enjoying this giveaway as much as I have? I feel like Santa, and I can't wait to pick some winners and actually send some goodies your way!

Before we begin talking about prizes, I want to remind you that today is the LAST day of my TPT sale, so go check it out! I also have been very busy updating products to have a cleaner look that matches some of my most recent items. If you have purchased anything from me, you might want to check it and re-download. ALL of my Literature units and Fall items have been updated, and I will have most, if not all, of my Literacy Centers completed by the end of the day!

Today's first prize is all from me. I posted my Mega Mysteries Pack over the summer, which is a bundle of all nine cases that I've created so far. It's priced at $30 regularly in my store (or $24 today before my sale expires at midnight), but I'm going to have TWO winners who will get it all!



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The next giveaway item comes from an adorable little etsy shop based out of Charlottesville, VS called Juju Monkee! She does the cutest stationary sets, and she's super sweet, too! Check out her teacher sets.


Aren't they cute? What's even better is that Julie is donating a set of the chalkboard stationary to one of my lucky readers! Will it be you?


This giveaway is open to US residents only.
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Don't forget to check out my giveaways from the past three days for even more chances to win!

21 comments:

  1. Really enjoying your give aways this week.

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  2. A sports mystery would be great!

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  3. I like the idea of a sports mystery, or one at a museum.

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    1. I really want to do a sports mystery and have been trying to brainstorm something related to football or baseball. Keep your eyes peeled for it! I'll have to think if I can come up with a museum one. Thanks for the suggestions!

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  4. A Christmas mystery, summer vacation, field trip to the zoo, new student, new teacher, or new principal...I could go on...:)

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    1. I've done a Christmas-related one, but I'll have to keep these ideas on a list. Thanks for the suggestions!

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  5. I love all the Cam Jansen mystery books!

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  6. You have done a couple of seasonal books, so maybe you could add Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, etc. Halloween could be a really good one. Congratulations and Thanks for your Giveaway.

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    1. I made one for Halloween and Christmas last year, but I still need to do one for Thanksgiving!

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  7. What about case of the missing library book, the elf on the shelf, the gingerbread man, or the leprachaun?

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    1. Oooh, good ideas!! I do have a a leprechaun one already.

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  8. I like the idea of some holiday ones...

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  9. I'd love holiday ones like Christmas and Halloween.

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  10. I also love the idea of a Halloween-themed mystery set, or a dog-themed one? Or the case of the missing kickball, that's a mystery we try to solve every day haha!

    -Caitlyn
    Fourth Grade Lemonade

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  11. Lovn' your weeks worth of giveaways...the Juju Stationary is adorable!

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  12. Your products are great! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  14. My class loves the Cam Jansen series!

    I like the personalized owl stationary!

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  15. Would LOVE to see more holiday mysteries!!!

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  16. I'd love to see any kind of mystery, this is fun and suspenseful! :)

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