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100th Blog Post Giveaway – ASOS!


Hello you wonderful lot!

I am so excited for the next two posts as they are in celebration of achieving something I didn’t think I would – 100 blog posts! When I started I had no idea what to expect or whether I would enjoy it, but I have had a blast and my happiness and confidence has come leaps and bounds. I’m so grateful to every single reader of this little blog and as a thank you I wanted to do two giveaways. These two giveaways are not in affiliation with the brands, this is a personal thank you paid for by myself.

First up is ASOS. They certainly need no introduction and I have £50 to give to one of you. This is a worldwide giveaway (but please see note at the end) and I’m thrilled I am able to do this for you guys. To win, all you have to do is enter via the Rafflecopter (the first two entries are mandatory in order to be included in the draw); the more entries you make the more likely you are to win!

The closing date will be Thursday May 1st 2014 at Midnight (UK time). I wish you all the best of luck and thank you again for your continued support.

The next giveaway will be up tomorrow so keep those eyes peeled!

‘til then.

Love and hugs,
Isha 
xxx 

[NOTE: If you are entering from outside the UK, please note that this gift card is for 50 pound sterling. This will be converted into the relevant currency if orders are paid with a credit/debit card.]
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