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Barn Owl Giveaway Winner!!!

Wow Oh Wow!
I'm so happy with all the lovely comments and entries for this giveaway. It's my first giveaway, so the outpouring of love is just fantastic. I'm so grateful to those of you who put this on your blogs and brought new friends over to my site. I found some wonderful artists and blogs to follow! Hooray!

The winner was selected randomly through, and while I wish I could send an owl to each and every one of you, it would probably give me Carpal Tunnel. So here goes:


Congratulations! I will be contacting you shortly for shipping information!

Thanks again everyone! I will be doing another Giveaway for my 100th sale (coming up soon), so keep checking back!


  1. My congrats to winner! So tasty candy was...:)

  2. Wow!!!!!!! I am jumping like a rabbit from joy and happiness!!! Thank you soooooooo much Abigail!!!!! I just love this owl!!!

  3. Rabbit Liza is one lucky girl :)


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