july 4th is just around the corner and it is time to start celebrating!!! i am giving away this adorable red and blue star hair clip, the perfect accessory for your peanut's festive outfits. follow these simple steps below for a chance to win:
Entry - go to peanut feet and select one favorite item from the store, leave a comment with your email address.
1 Entry - Heart your favorite item, or the store. Leave 1 comment with your etsy user name or some way to identify you.
1 Entry - Become an peanut feet Facebook Fan (current fan is also eligible), leave 1 comment with your name or some way to identify you (www.facebook.com/peanutfeet)
5 Entries - Purchase any item from peanut feet (new purchase only), leave 5 comments
3 Entries - Blog about this giveaway, leave 3 comments and the link to your blog post
********This Giveaway is open to USA******** Winner will be selected Monday, June 28, 2010 and notified via e-mail and this blog********
To add more fireworks to your holiday, free shipping on any purchase! Use the codejuly in the notes to seller when you check out and I will refund your shipping!!!
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