Saturday, February 6, 2010

And the winner is...

Congratulations to Nicole-Lynn from Seaside Smitten

You are the lucky winner of my very first giveaway item:

100 Red Chinese Take Out Boxes

Nicole-Lynn said:  I would use these for a friends shower or valentine's day... oh the possibilities :)

And for your proof, here's the images from my list and the number generated from

Thanks to everyone who entered and be on the lookout for another giveaway next I think everyone would love to win and will be able to use!  Have a great weekend all!  I'm off to Disneyland today with eight 15 year olds to celebrate my daughter's birthday!  And in the rain no less! 


Bicoastal Bride said...

Have fun at Disneyland! I wish I was there, even in the rain, instead of snowed in out here in D.C. :)

Nicole-Lynn said...

Yey! Thank you!

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