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Anybody want these? GONE


Click on the picture for a better look.  If you could use them just leave a comment. will choose who I mail them to tomorrow at 10 am.



I would love the coupons - I see formula coupons in particular that sound awesome! Love finding new and exciting blogs!
the andersons said…
Wow! Please put me in the drawing!
LeAnn said…
WOW! I could use those! thanks for the great giveaway
preprimaryleann at aol dot com
JenniFer Lemke said…
Yes, I could use all the coupons.
Emily Robison said…
I could use those!
Anonymous said…
I'd love these coupons- THANKS!
fbfandc at gmail dot com
Katie said…
I would love those coupons!
bison61 said…
great coupons-I could use them!

tiramisu392 (at)
Anonymous said…
Not sure if I can win again, but hey i'd love more coupons!!!! Thanks, Shelley
bobbie said…
I LOVE coupons and I'm so glad to be able to find a local coupon blogger!!
Anonymous said…
Yes, please enter me
Jenny Spilker said…
I would love the coupons. Who doesn't love to save $!!!

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