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UT GIVEAWAY: Just A Crush Photography Baby/Child Photo Session $100 Value! -CLOSED-

Winner

Just a Crush Photography is located in Syracuse UT.  If you can make it to the studio you can win a photo session for your Baby/Child!


Approximately 1- 1.5 hours.  Ages 6 months and older.  Includes CD with 20-30 images and up to 3 outfit changes.  This giveaway is for one child.  Additional children are $30 each.  See site for details.


I haven't had my photo session yet (I will in August - I won the photo session from Simply UT!), but you can look at the Just A Crush Photography site and see what AMAZING work she does!  The proof is in the picture. :)


Here's how to win:  (you must be able to go the Studio located in Syracuse, UT)

1.  Leave a comment on Just A Crust Photography's Facebook Page
2.  Fill out the form below

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Giveaway will end Wednesday July 6th at midnight MST.  Winners will be chosen by Random.org.  No compensation was received.  Email addresses will be deleted after giveaway.  Your privacy is important.  UT residents only.

Comments

Cassidy said…
I visited the Just A Crush Photography site!
Nicole said…
I just visited the Just A Crush Photography site.

nicolelpalmer (at) gmail (dot) com
Tara Oliver said…
I visited their website, too, and love their gallery!!
thanks for the giveaway!
tara.the.equestrian at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
I visited the Just A Crush Photography website.

awhatcott at hotmail dot com.
Amy J said…
Visited her photography site. So cute!

amy_juhasz{at}hotmail{dot}com
Anonymous said…
Visited the just a crush site...love it. Megan_e_shaw@hotmail.com
Theresa said…
I visited Just a Crush website. Super cute!

cc_girly@yahoo.com
ArtsyChaos said…
Went to Just a Crush... stunning!! Would love to win!!
ArtsyChaos said…
Wendy to Just a Crush... stunning!! Would love to win!!
~Wendy :)
ArtsyChaos said…
Sorry if I posted twice - my google login was acting up!
Megan said…
I just visited the Just a Crush website, and I love the pictures!
Blake & Mandi said…
Visited just a crush
kimberly said…
Visited the website!
sweetpea08 said…
I visited the Just a Crush Website...way cute pictures! Will definitely be remembering her when I have my next baby (whenever that is)
Heather said…
I visited Just a Crush photography and love her work.
jakell said…
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Just-A-Crush-Photography/178859515495403?sk=wall#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=198379186876769&id=624560578

visited Crush photography site..love her work!

Great giveaway, thanks!!
Hifam said…
What fun pictures. I visited her site.
hickenfam@
Anonymous said…
I visited Just a Crush Photography and left a comment at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Just-A-Crush-Photography/178859515495403#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=198736400174381&id=1084803569

annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com
Mandy said…
visited her site. Gorgeous work
I visited Just a Crush Photography! Her work is amazing!

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