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Spring Cleaning Painting Giveaway winner!

My lovely assitant helped me pull a name out of a hat!

the winner for my Spring painting giveway is...


Thank you so much for all the nice comments and participation in my Spring cleaning painting giveaway! The winner is Debbie Nolan from View from Harmony Hills blog!


Have a great weekend everyone!


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  1. Complimenti a Debbie!
    Ciao,buon fine settimana:-)

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  2. Congratulations to Debbie, I know she will treasure this for ever. And a very generous giveaway! Mrs A

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  3. Oh lucky Debbie ! Have a nice weekend dear Celia.

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  4. Congratulations Debbbie! Lucky you!...:)

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  5. Thank you everyone for your positive comments!

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  6. Celia - wow - I just now see I won!! I am so excited. Was trying to leave a comment on your beautiful blue jay and dropped down to this post - I am thrilled. What joy!!

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