Tuesday, June 29, 2010

An Offer....or Giveaway I Couldn't Refuse

I LOVE PHOTOGRAPHY!!! I've stumbled upon a couple of lovely sites that have decided to have a REALLY GENEROUS giveaway!!!

Florabella has beautiful shots and nice action & textures to purchase to edit photos. She is giving away $250 to shop for these beautiful Actions & Textures.

A Workshop Workbook plus free posing guide with a value over $500- From Skye Harwick

A phone consultation with Skye Harwick Valued at $350

Here's hopin' I'm one of the Lucky 6 that is chosen! Say a little prayer & keep your fingers crosses.

This is the jump start I need to grow my talents of photography....I have a LOT to learn and would LOVE the opportunity to win such a beautiful package from these talented ladies!

6 comments:

Leah said...

What great giveaway's! I will have to check them out!

Luvs!

paige said...

thanks for coming by my blog today! you are always such an encouragement :)

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Anonymous said...

Olá Parabens pelo clip,um abraço.
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