Hosted By: Simply Southern Couponers
Sponsored By: In Mind 4U
My home is filled with personalized treasures, I find that personalized items are better because then I can pass them on to my kids as they grow up and move out, and have something great to remember their childhood by.
In Mind 4 U is a hand painted wood sign shop on etsy founded by Stacy Murphy out of Ohio. She opened her shop on etsy in late 2010. While experimenting and seeing what she was going to sell, she saw her true calling, hand painted vintage style signs. She loves to paint or do anything that allows her to show her creative sign so she loves painting new signs for her shop. She has an amazing support system from her husband and their son. Read Simply Southern Couponers full review here.
Simply Southern Couponers is happy to have been able to partner up with In Mind 4U to give our readers this awesome giveaway! We will be giving away a wooden sign just like this one pictured above to one of our viewers (RV$30). See details below on how to enter!
October 16th - October 30th
Open to US residents who are 18 years of age or older.
To enter complete the entries on the Entry Form below. All winning entries will be verified.
Prize: One lucky viewer will have a chance to win their own "I love you to the moon & back" hand painted wood sign from In Mind 4U.
Disclosure: This blog did not receive compensation for promoting this event and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. This giveaway is no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google or any other social network. Nomad Footwear is responsible for prize fulfillment. Please contact Jennifer email@example.com if you have any questions.
That is an absolutely cute sign! It would look great in my kid's new room.ReplyDelete
In my hall so that both boys can see itReplyDelete
I would put it in my living room.ReplyDelete
I would love to win this sign so that my granddaughter could put it in her room. I always tell her I love her to the moon and back :)ReplyDelete
I would hang the hand painted sign in my sons roomReplyDelete
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I would hang this beside my dads desk. He says this to me each time we talk. He turned 80 last weekReplyDelete