Monday, February 28, 2011

200th Post Giveaway

All right here is the deal, yo!  I am celebrating my 200th Blog Post with a Giveaway.

To celebrate I am giving you a chance to win some fun stuff.  I have went out and found some fun Korean souvenirs to send to my winner.  I am also going to send you some fun, and I use this term lightly, Korean snacks to be announced later (when I get all the fun ones I can find).




Winner will be chosen on 15 March 2011
To Enter:
Fill out the form below.  You will receive an entry for the following:
  • Follow My Blog (+1)
  • Follow Me on Twitter (+1)
  • Blog about the Giveaway (+2)
  • Tweet about the Giveaway (+1)
  • Leave a comment about your favorite souvenir you own (+2)

8 comments:

Poekitten said...

I wanted to enter but the goggle form is bigger than the column and I can't get to the scroll down button:(

Tiffany Dirks said...

You can link your giveaway if you'd like on my site!
http://www.glammore.com/Become_Shoppertunistic/GIVEAWAY.html

Sara said...

Filling out the form now. What a great idea! Thanks for offering this. My favorite souvenir would have to be my camel leather purse from Kuwait. I wasnt there, obviously, but Joe sent it to me when he was passing through at the beginning of the deployment.

Erin said...

I'm scraping my brain right now to think of souvenirs. I try not to bring home too many knick knacks. The "souvenirs that got away" were these beautiful ceramic bride and groom Dia De Los Muertos figurines. They were very delicate and I was worried that they'd break on the way home. They were pretty pricey too. I take more pictures than bring home souvenirs.

Wife of a Sailor said...

OMG OMG OMG OMG. Huzzy would love me forever (more) and freak out if I won those chopsticks!

Wife of a Sailor said...

I got too excited and forgot to leave a note about my favorite souvenier. My favorite one is all of the tiny snow globes (not the big ones that are pricey, just the ones I usually get from a gas station) from everywhere I visit... including each state.

I keep them in a curio cabinet my parents got me for my graduation present just for that!

Rebekah said...

My favorite souvenirs would have to be the items I brought back from Taiwan - empty soda bottles, a mini Buddha statue, and gifts from the people I met over there. Great idea by the way!

Ash@Life As Lucy said...

whoo entered... this got me all excited lol