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bags Have you seen the beautiful new camera bags by Epiphanie Bags? They just sent me one and it is lovely....and they also are giving one away here to a lucky reader (you choose your favorite style too)! And, three runners-up will each receive a $100 shopping spree in Design Aglow's shop. The contest is now over....thank you to all 900+ entries! Our winners have just been picked at random...Congrats to Rommy Coleman who won her choice of a fabulous camera bag by Epiphanie and to Hannah Braboy, Pavithra Meera Ramasubramanian, and Elizabeth Beattie to who each won a $100 shopping spree on Design Aglow. Follow us on Twitter and everyone will be a winner this coming Monday *wink* with a special 24 hour gift now that we have over 3000 Twitter followers.


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