Wednesday, December 10, 2008

My Second Giveaway

I told you Olivia and I got some GREAT deals on Monday when we hit the thrift shop after her doctor appt, well here they are. And to make it even better, you could win a Starbucks card just by guessing how much I spent!!!

OK, it's very simple. I show you pictures of the great deals I found at the thrift store, you guess how much I spent with tax included, and the closest guess wins a $5 Starbucks card!!! :) Just in time for a peppermint hot cocoa! :)

You have until midnight, Central Time, this Sunday, December 14 to enter. Simply put your response in a comment on THIS blog post and you're entered! Good luck!

First, a few little boy items. A Hanna Andersson sweater, not sure if it will fit Liam or not, a Hanna Andersson tshirt for Liam, and some barely worn black shoes for Liam to go with his Christmas outfit.

Second, a few things for Olivia. First, a like new sweatshirt which is a little big, but sweatshirts can be big, right!?, which Olivia found for herself. She loves it because it says "Clearwater Beach"!!! Clearwater is where my parents live and we visit there often (we leave Dec 20 in fact!). And then a green Old Navy long sleeve tshirt with a Santa. :)


Next, some much needed pants for both Olivia and Braeden. Two pair of jeans for Olivia, one from Children's Place, and another that have adorable pockets on the back! And one pair for Braeden.

And finally, three Elmo's World DVDs!!!


OK, so the fun begins. Leave me a comment and let me know your guess!!! :) Good luck!

7 comments:

pmoments81 said...

I'd say about $44.

Mom said...

Looks like $25 give or take. :-)

I am going to guess $20.00

Wow you got some great stuff, it makes me want to go and look. Our store that has 50% off days is 45 minutes away and everyone goes to it. I am not sure I want to attempt that with my new little handful and four year old. But what a blessing to find great deals. As soon as I can I am head out to look for stuff too!

I can't even think of how much..but I would guess alot :)~

Julie said...

$27.00- I need to find some good thrift stores here- I never think about it- :(

Jennifer said...

24.50
Wish I could go the the half price sale next weekend!

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