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Tuesday's Giveaway Link Up

Tots and Me
Welcome to Tuesday's Giveaway Link Up with your hosts Karen @ Tots and Me and Emily @ Emily Reviews
Our co-hosts this week are  Mellissa from Something Like Life.  and Crystal from FurKid Fosters
This link up will be posted Monday at 7 PM est. and run all week long! Make sure you stop in as often as you can to list your latest giveaways.
Here is how to use the Giveaway Link Up 1. Post your reviews and/or giveaways, as many as you have, be sure to add the end date (family friendly please) 2. Help spread the word about the giveaway link up by grabbing our button, Tweeting or posting on Facebook. (Not mandatory- but it helps get more exposure to your giveaways as well!) 3. Take a moment to enter any giveaway that strikes an interest to you! If you would  like to follow the  hostesses, we will gladly follow you back! Simply leave us a message to do so. Thank you for linking up with Karen @ Tots and Me & Emily @ Emily Reviews along with  Mellissa from Something Like Life.  and Crystal from FurKid Fosters

Comments

Joanne said…
Thanks for hosting this! It's great to have them all in one place. :-)
Unknown said…
:) Perfect! Thanks for hosting; I love giveaways. <3
Unknown said…
Woohoo!! Thanks for the link up!! I tweeted and shared on my FB wall! Thanks again!! : )
Jessica said…
Thank you for the great giveaway linky!

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