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Blogger Secret Santa 2020




 If you're like me, you've been patiently waiting for the announcement - if you're really like me, you got embarassingly impatient and reached out to The Printable Pony, our fearless leader in this festive fun for the past several years.  Unfortunately she's unable to do the Blogger Secret Santa this year, so I decided to give it a whirl because I love it!

Bare with me as this is my first time and I'm doing it relatively blindly, having only participated once in the past.  Please follow the link below to sign up.  Note, the deadline to sign up is November 20, and I have provided a suggested budget of $30 before shipping.  I am hoping to get everyone the information for their draw within a few days following the deadline to allow for ample time to research, shop and ship!  I don't think I have many followers, so feel free to share the link with other bloggers so they can participate as well!

I will do my best to follow peoples wishes, but please note in participating there is a chance you may be drawn for someone in a different country.  

Blogger Secret Santa 2020

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