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It's Summer time / Giveaway (closed)

It’s officially Summer here in Ireland, even though most of the time  it is hard to see it when you look outside. There are days when there have been some sunny spells but the sun has been hiding behind dark clouds on most of those days as well. This week it's supposed to be a good week weather wise. 
A few weeks ago the sun was shining since the morning and after dropping the two older girls at school, I decided to take Nevaeh for a walk to the park close by and to feed the ducks.
On the way to the park the sun was so much in my eyes that I decided to stop at the Dunnes Stores and get sun glasses. Since Nevaeh was so interested in mine I got her some too. Mini mouse ones. She loves them. The week after, it was the turn for the older girls to get sun glasses.
Hello Kitty ones for Yovannah. And pink, sparkly ones for Ixora.
They really love their sun glasses and wear them on sunny days.

Since this post is post nr. 60 of my blog I decided to do a little give away.

I still have a small AVON stock and since it’s Summer I’m giving away a summer pack for kids.
The contents are:

Arnie the adventurer sunglasses and hat for a boy

Barbie sunglasses and bag for a girl

Kids suncream

Barbie flipflops for a girl size UK 11/12.

There will be one winner and the giveaway is open for everyone over 18 years.

This is how you can join in.

1 Follow my blog through blog lovin’.
2 Comment on one of my latest blog posts (or more)
3 Share the give away with others by facebook, twitter or email.

Please use the rafflecopter below to join in the Giveaway.

The winner will have 72 hours to reply to me. If I don't hear anything before that time, a new winner will be chosen.

Good luck!   Thank you for participating.


Your girls are precious!!! Here from the MOHTH Giveaway link, but since I'm in the states I'll not enter. However, I'll definitely Tweety it!! BB2U
Chan said…
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the compliment. You're welcome to enter ,even if you're in the States. Thanks for tweeting !
Anonymous said…
This looks like a fun giveaway good luck to all the mommies and me!!!!
Jasmine said…
Your babies are beautiful!! I'm your newest follower :-)
Katie Klein said…
Thanks for the awesome summer giveaway! I follow you through blog lovin :)
Chan said…
Miriam, Jasmine and Katie thanks for following and entering in the giveaway. Good luck !
Chan said…
Miriam, Jasmine and Katie thanks for following and entering in the giveaway. Good luck !

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