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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Its here! Christmas card time

Its Christmas card time again. It is coming soon.
Kismet's dad is willing to do it again this year and here are the instructions.
They must be followed or you wont get on the list.
The Blogville list is going live!!
To get yourself on the list and receive the entire list by email please use the following template.
Blog Name:
Blog Url:
Email address:
Snail mail address:
Animals name, type:
**************************************
For Example:
Blog Name: Kyla Scott
Blog Url: kylascott.com
Email Address: kyle.a.scott@gmail
Snail mail address: 44121 N 16th St
New River, Arizona 85087

Animals name and type
Kaci (dog)
Kali (dog)
Kismet (parrot)

These MUST be in by Nov 16th, He will start working in it on the 17th. There were stragglers last year and he wont make an effort to get those in that miss the deadline so DON'T forget NOV 16th!!!

Send them in an email to Blogvillecards@outlook.com

The subject line is very IMPORTANT!!
Email
Snail mail
Either

If you don't specify then your email will get lost. You must put in the subject line how you want your cards to come to you! So remember Nov 16th is the deadline. If you don't use the template, then you will get lost.

P.S. I put a Image on my sidebar to find out information.

8 comments:

  1. we will send our informations asap... and we say thank you to you and to the daddy of kismet...

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  2. Thanks for organizing this Oreo. We've copied the template and will send our info soon. Card giving and receiving season is our favorite time of the year.

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  3. Oh boy, my FURST Blogville card exchange! I'm so excited!! Pigeon told me that we beat Momma EVERY year. Mwahahaha!

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  4. I never join this, and I always regret it when I see how much fun you all have!

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  5. OH we will be getting info to you asap.
    Thank you.

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  6. I don't think we know Kismet, what is her blog called? We want to stop by and say hello.

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