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Petoskey and Pine: #sponsor #Giveaway

Earlier this month I posted a product review of Petoskey and Pine. Now they are offering one of my lucky readers the chance to win!

I just want to add that I enjoyed the products so much that I have already placed an order for - and received - some goodies for my mom and my mother-in-law.

Petoskey and Pine will be raffling off a gift box that comes with two bars of soap, one candle and one lip balm.  These items are packaged beautifully for gift giving nestled in decorative boxes and wrapped up with a bow...just in time for Mothers' Day!

And Petoskey and Pine will also be giving away a gorgeous bar of soap on a wooden soap dish tied up and ready to be presented with a flower attached. There are two of those prizes available.

So, you have three chances to win!!

Here's the blogging review crew. You may visit any of our blogs to find a thoughts about the products.*

Nichole of Cookaholic Wife
Sarah of The Pajama Chef
Rebekah of Making Miracles
Traci of Burnt Apple
April of Angels Homestead
Anshie of Spice Roots
Shilpi of Simply Veggies

And here's the part you've been waiting for...

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Thank you, Petoskey and Pine, for creating such high-quality products. And thank you, Wendy, for asking me to be part of the review panel.

Find Petoskey and Pine around the internet, here...

*DISCLOSURE: I received complimentary products from Petoskey and Pine for my participation in the panel...and for the purposes of review.  I have received no additional compensation for this post and the opinions expressed here are my own.

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