Sunday, January 23, 2011

Charlotte's Dress-Up Area and Giveaway

*THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED*

For years before I was pregnant, I dreamed of having a little girl.  I imagined shopping for little smocked dresses, and painting her nails, and clipping pretty bows in her hair.  Be careful what you wish for.

Charlotte is the girliest girl I could ever imagine.  She refuses to wear anything but princess dresses.  She gets frustrated if her hair isn't styled correctly.  She spends hours talking on her "cell phone" and stuffing important items (dolls, granola bars) into her tiny handbag.  I love it, but having that kind of girlie-girl also comes with a lot of stuff.  She has so many barrettes, dresses, jewelry, and shoes that I wasn't sure at first how to keep it all organized.

I recently began creating an area in her room where she can keep all of her girlie things organized.  It isn't complete yet, but here's where we are so far.


She has a few hooks for her dresses and tutus, a mirror to admire herself, and -- my favorite feature -- a Tuck-It Board made for Charlotte by my friend Tracey.


Isn't it cute?  Tracey has an Etsy shop where she sells Tuck-It Boards and other creations.  I use mine to hold Charlotte's barrettes, and sometimes I slip a little note or photo in there too.


Tracey makes Tuck-It Boards for lots of uses.  They can hold photos in a boy's or girl's room, barrettes or jewelry in a girl's room, sweet notes and cards in a nursery, memos in an office, or bills or paperwork in the kitchen.  They would also make a terrific shower or birthday gift!  Here are some of my favorites:










And here's the best news....Tracey has offered to give a Tuck-It Board to one lucky Tulip and Turnip reader!  Here's the one-of-a-kind creation:


And here's Tracey's description:

It's an 11X14 inch Tuck-it board called "Red Blossoms". The width ribbon is brown with green dots.

Keep all of your memorabilia safe by tucking it under the ribbon. Great for organizing or displaying all of your favorite photographs, movie/concert/sporting tickets, cards, notes etc. All boards are one-of-a-kind and hand made by Tracey J Dean.

Tuck-it boards are created on stretched canvas with high quality scrapbooking paper, ribbon and decorative brads. Width of canvas board is covered with ribbon to compliment the composition.

The Tuck-it board easily hangs on a wall; it's perfect for any room in the house.


You have five chances to enter.  Here's how:

1.  Leave a comment on this post.  Tell me how YOU would use the Tuck-It Board if you won.  Don't forget to leave an email so I can contact you!

2.  Become a follower of this blog.  Make sure you leave another comment telling me you did so (or telling me you are already a follower).

3.  Become a follower of Tracey's blog (click here).  Leave a comment telling me you did so (or telling me you are already a follower).

4.  Become a fan or Tulip and Turnip on Facebook.  Leave a comment telling me you did so (or telling me you are already a follower).

5.  Post this giveaway on your blog, Twitter, or Facebook status with a link.  Leave me a comment telling me you did so.

Giveaway open to US Residents only.  Winner will be chosen randomly on Monday, January 31 at 8:00 pm (EST).  Good luck!

140 comments:

  1. Very cute boards :) I have a daughter who has quite a collection of hairbows so this would be a fun way to help keep the maddness under control!

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  2. I love the Tuck It boards!!! I especially love the Ainsley board. I showed it to my Ainsley and she was so excited. Kiersten is now requesting on named after her!!!
    I am all set up for the contest.....crossing my fingers!

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  3. Oops...I forgot to say how I would use the board. I would put up my girls barrettes and a picture. I think it would be fun to let them change the photographs each week!
    kellymetz@aol.com

    Follower of you and Tracey and posted it on my facebook page!

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  4. So cute...it would look great in my bedroom where I would like to somehow use it to put my jewelry, especially my necklaces on!

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  5. Really cute boards! If this one is a girl, I will definitely use it just like you have for Charlotte!

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  6. I am a new follower and a new fan on Facebook too :)

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  7. I think I would use it to display all the 2"x3" school photos of my nephews and my neice! They're too little to put in picture frames, but too adorable not to show off.

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  8. Love the idea of a tuck board for hairbows! With two little girls, bows are EVERYWHERE!

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  9. Love these tuck boards; even if I don't win one; I will be ordering one really soon! I would use the board above Ellie's art desk in her room, so she can hang all of her creations :) Love it and I love your blog it is the only one I read :)

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  10. So cute!
    I'd use it to decorate my boring white walls and as part of an inspiration board :)

    angela_jeon {a t} ya ho o {d ot} co m

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  11. I would use the board to keep track of doctor's appointments, my son's achedule,important school dates, and grocery lists...it would be wonderful to get all of that off of my fridge!!! Beautiful work!!!

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  12. I'm a follower on GFC!

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  13. Love the boards! I would give to my collge daughter for her room - those are her "colors" :) thanks

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  14. I follow Tracy's blog now also.
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  15. I just recently started to organize more things in our home, and this would be lovely. We have plaster walls so we hang most things by a "picture rail" (molding near the ceiling) and we could put all our important lists there... especially the grocery list.

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  16. I would use this awesome board to display my photos, postcards, and other ephemera that I pick up!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  17. I follow your blog with google friend connect!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  18. I follow Tracey's blog with google friend connect!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  19. I'm a fan of Tulip and Turnip on Facebook - my FB name is Amanda Moore
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  20. I tweeted, my Twitter ID is @AmberGoo:
    http://twitter.com/AmberGoo/status/29628717621837824
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  21. I would use the tuck it board in my craft room to post ideas and inspirational quotes. love the colors!!!

    trisha

    mahgwi21 (at) yahoo

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  22. I would use it hang my vintage postcards that I collect from yard sales/random articles of paper.

    tarheelgalwv32 @ hotmail dot com

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  23. I just followed your blog via GFC!

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  24. Also am following Tracey's blog.

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  25. Also became a fan on facebook.

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  26. And I just blogged about it:

    http://spinningmenorahs.tumblr.com/post/2913382986/since-mine-keeps-falling-down

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  27. I would use it to store all the notes I get from people I adore.

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  28. Ava would love to post her artwork on this board.

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  29. I would give it to my daughter

    todd400@aol. Com

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  30. So cute, if I won this I would hang up in my elementary class to cheer up my classroom and to hold notices.
    sonflower277 at gmail dot com

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  31. I have always wanted one of these. I would keep it and totally use it myself!

    allibob1 @ gmail.com

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  32. Beautiful! I would take this board to work to use above my computer, it would really look great!
    Thanks, Karen
    lemontart5kb at gmail dot com

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  33. I follow you via GFC.
    Thanks, Karen
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  34. I follow Tracey's blog.
    Thanks, Karen
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  35. this would be great for notes or pictures of friends

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  36. gfc follow of this blog

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  37. Kristen Klesh SchwartzJanuary 24, 2011 at 9:15 PM

    I finally figured out how to "follow" your blog Amy. I love reading your posts. And the tuck board is adorable. I could think of a million things to use it for, but most likely right now I'd put it in my baby girl's room to hold all of her baby mementos and pictures.

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  38. I LOVE the tuck it board. If I was lucky enough to have such a work of heart in my home I'd place it in my kitchen- the heart of my home, to help me keep my two kids and our busy life organized. It would be the perfect addition and an honor.

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  39. Awesome boards! My little one walks around the house finding pictures and things that she wants or likes in magazines and we set goals for her to earn them. S o I would make this her reward board.

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  40. I would use it for hair clippies!

    smrtmouse at yahoo dot com

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  41. I'm a follower.

    smrtmouse at yahoo dot com

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  42. I'm following Tracey's blog.

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  43. Since the design reminds me of growing up in Japan, I'll use it to display my treasures from Japan!

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  44. I follow your blog via GFC!

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  45. I follow Tracey's blog via GFC!

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  46. I might use it to hold my hair accessories, or some of my jewelry. But it also sounds like a great thing to hold fave photos. It's very cute.
    jhbalvin at gmail dot com

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  47. Amy, Great idea! I love these boards, especially the one which is part of the contest. I would use this board in my bedroom for jewelry and pictures/cards. Fingers crossed! :) I hope you get a great response to your contest!
    Your grad school buddy, Laura F :)

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  48. Oh gosh, I love the owl one. I would use a Tuck-It board to tuck away photos of loved one, my fiance's dog tags, and some nice dried flowers.

    -Basia :)

    bozthefreak@hotmail.com

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  49. I would definitely use one of the boards for my jewelry- I have way too much and it all needs a home!

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  50. I am a follower of this blog (Erin C)

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  51. I am now following Tracy's blog (Erin C)

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  52. I am now a fan of Tulip and Turnip on facebook (Erin Claringbold)


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  53. I would use it to hang photo's of my daughter and our family in my daughter's room. mommy2rylie@ymail.com

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  54. Became a follower of this blog. mommy2rylie@ymail.com

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  55. Became a follower of Tracey's blog. mommy2rylie@ymail.com

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  56. Became a fan or Tulip and Turnip on Facebook. (Shawna Elkins) mommy2rylie@ymail.com

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  57. Tweeted about giveaway! http://twitter.com/#!/Mom2Rylie/status/29863931027660800
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  58. I could use it in the next few weeks to hang all of the baby cards that I will be getting for my little man that is due to arrive shortly.

    Thanks,

    D
    dbyrne1[at]gmail[dot]com

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  59. I would take mine to work to prop up and put all of my kids photos on. It would make me smile everyday!!!

    Angie
    rennieangie at gmail dot com

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  60. i love the board! I have just gone back to work from my maternity leave. I would love to put this board up in my office and decorate it with pictures of Sophia

    cerissa
    cerbev@gmail.com

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  61. Done- 2. Become a follower of this blog. Make sure you leave another comment telling me you did so (or telling me you are already a follower).

    cerissa
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  62. Done - 3. Become a follower of Tracey's blog (click here). Leave a comment telling me you did so (or telling me you are already a follower).

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  63. Done -4. Become a fan or Tulip and Turnip on Facebook. Leave a comment telling me you did so (or telling me you are already a follower).

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  64. I would use it to put specail pictures up. :)

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  65. I'm following your blog. :)

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  66. I'm following Tracey's blog. :)

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  67. I'd love to hang it by our front door to hold outgoing mail and love notes for each other!

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  68. If I won this, I would give it to my little sister, after tucking in some pictures of us together. :)

    Sarah
    bannercat | gmail.com & etsy.com

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  69. id use it to organize my office! jmmccarr@gmail.com

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  70. im a new follower! jmmccarr@gmail.com

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  71. Hi Amy, I am not commenting for the giveaway but to tell your that I have posted a link on my blog to your post about how to use Google reader. I was going to explain all that myself but you have done it so well I am using your post for now http://www.weeklyportrait.blogspot.com

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  72. I would use it as a bow holder in my daughters room.
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  73. GFC blog follower
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  74. I am a fan of Tulip and Turnip on Facebook
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  75. What darling boards! I'd use it for my little girls bows--- been needing a place for all of them!!!

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  76. Oh wow! So amazing! We would use it for my daughter's artwork.

    hrfarley at gmail dot com

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  77. I love these boards. I would give them as a gift to my good friend who has twin girls. The boards would be perfect for their ribbons and bows. Tracey is amazing.

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  78. i would use it in my craft room to post all my favorite lil mementos and pictures and such!
    thank you for the chance to win!
    marie sierra
    mea57_98@yahoo.com

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  79. hi amy! i am now a follower of your blog: mea57_98!
    marie
    mea57_98@yahoo.com

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  80. hi again..i now like your facebook page!
    marie sierra
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  81. These are adorable! I could see it in the kitchen to post dr. appts and other reminders. Much cuter than a calendar! Thanks for sharing the site... I will be placing an order!

    D. Curry

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  82. Omg I love it! I would use it to hold pictures and keepsakes (flat ones!)


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  83. What cute boards! I'd leave it near my sewing area to keep inspiration pieces nearby.

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  84. I 'like' Tulip and Turnip on Facebook

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  85. I follow this blog

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  86. I follow Tracey's Art Recycles blog

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  87. I would put the Tuck-It Board in my step daughters new room!

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  88. tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/blandrews13/status/30085634571894784

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  89. I'd use it to organize my mail,and grocery list in the kitchen.

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  90. I would put photos in the tuck it board. So cute!

    miryfaye at yahoo.com

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  91. I follow this blog on GFC

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  92. I follow Tracey's blog

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  93. I like on FB - Rebekah F.

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  94. would use it to put some business cards that I need with phone numbers on them and some random pictures would be nice

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  95. follow gfc
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  96. follow traceys blog
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  97. like you on facebook
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  98. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/skipthelaundry/status/30325541680713728
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  99. I would give it to my niece!

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  100. I followed you!

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  101. I followed Tracey's blog!

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  102. I liked you on Facebook under the name Allie Clark!

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  103. It would be my dreamer board. Pretty pictures from magiz, old photos, letters, fabric, paint swatches. That would be fun to look at day after day. But then again the design of the board is so cute I don't think I want to cover it up :) ambrerose at(aol) dot(com)

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  104. I think I'd use mine as an inspiration board in my craft room for my knitting projects.

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  105. I would love to tuck in cards and notes that my husband and I give each other.

    Shannon
    rsp2001@att.net

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  106. I would use it to display photos and mementos that make me happy!

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  107. I would use it for my baby girl's hair bows clips pictures and appointment reminders =)

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  108. These boards are way cuter than the typical boards you see! I'd hang this in my daughters room. ADORABLE!
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  109. I'm now following you via GFC.
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  110. Now following Art Recycles via GFC.
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  111. I liked you on FB. That pic is awesome!!
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  112. So, so cute! I would use it to help organize my desk area. Uggh, I really need it! :)

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  113. I now follow your blog. :)

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  114. I would use it to organize my meal plans/grocery lists in the kitchen. rosiebud63 at hotmail dot com

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  115. Hmmmm...I would use it one of two ways. 1.) To organize mail/schedules for the family 2.) In my crafting room, holding favorite scriptures, quotes, pictures, etc.
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  116. I would keep it in our kitchen as a cute way to display all the reminders that are sent home from school.

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  117. I would use it to organize my pictures or to house some of my lighter jewelry. Its so beautiful I may leave it hanging as art!
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  118. I also follow you on google friend

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  119. I would put this in my living room because it matches the colors. I would put pictures of family and friends

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  120. GFC follower

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  121. following Tracey's blog

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  122. I folllow Tracey's and now your blog! ksutton722@msn.com

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  123. I would use this board to put family pictures so that even though our family is far away, my son will always be able to look and remember his relatives.
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  124. I love the tuck it boards! Tracey rocks! She is so creative, I miss her and her kiddies and Sam too! (Jamison used to come to the day care center I work at)I am following tulip and turnip on Facebook!
    Kristie
    krisken259@msn.com

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  125. I posted the give-away on my facebook page too!
    Kristie
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  126. I would love to get this for my niece - so she can put all her friends pictures on it.
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  127. I would give the Tuck-It board to my preteen daughter. She could use it to organize her novelty earring collection! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Zoe0825@verizon.net

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  128. Hi! I'm a new follower of your blog. Your kids are adorable!
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  129. I now folllow Art Recycles!
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  130. i WOULD Love to use this for my daughter hairbows, and flowers for her hair. suelee1998 @ gmail.com

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  131. I follow your blog via gfc suelee1998 @ gmail.com

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  132. I like Tulip and Turnip on facebook susan s
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  133. I'd use it to put my daughter (4 month old) Jennavieve's hair ribbons on.

    kristinereed at gmail dot com

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  134. I'm a photography student and this would eb amazing to display some of my photos in my room!!!

    Cerena Leigh
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