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TuTu Cute by Marie {GIVEAWAY}

THIS GIVEAWAY HAS CLOSED! 
You can still visit TuTu Cute by Marie for some awesome tutu's. She will even do custom orders!

I am so excited to be doing my very first ever blog GIVEAWAY and I am even more excited that Marie has agreed to be a part of it! First of all, I have a confession to make. I absolutely love tutu's! I was never a dancer myself and maybe that is why I love them so much. Anyone can be a dancer when they have a tutu!
Maybe that is part of the attraction for me, they are just magical. Anything is possible in a fantasy world.


To help me celebrate my upcoming one year post chemo milestone, Marie from TuTu Cute by Marie has volunteered to giveaway a Tinker Bell inspired tutu created by her. Marie's collection of tutu's are available for anyone to see on her Facebook page, TuTu Cute by Marie. My personal favorite is the black/pink/Minnie Mouse, but if I am honest they are all TuTu Cute!


Marie chose to giveaway this Tinker Bell tutu because to her Tinker Bell is about anything being possible if you believe. And having fought cancer, I can tell you, I said that over and over to myself during every treatment of chemotherapy.  Marie's Tinker Bell tutu is two toned, bright pink and bright green. It is tied to a Tinker Bell ribbon which makes the waist adjustable.  Check out the photos:



The holiday's are coming up and this would make a perfect little gift for a short chic in your life.

To Enter:

1. "Like" TuTu Cute by Marie on Facebook.
2. Leave her a comment and tell her that It's My Life sent you. While you are there, check out her tutu's.
3. Come back here and leave me a comment and let me know which tutu was your favorite.

The winner will be randomly drawn here at It's My Life on Tuesday morning, November 1, 2011. (I would have done it sooner, but I going to be traveling next week and won't be home!)

GOOD LUCK!!

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Comments

  1. So cute, Pam! I visited and loved what appeared to be a butterfly tutu lampshade? Emailed a gf whose granddaughter would love that!
    (your blog won't log me in today - going anonymous) deb t.

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  2. Love the camo tutu!! Kayla's favorite color is camo, so she tells me! May have to order her one since its camo season!! :)

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  3. Pretty cute! excited for you! Love the minnie mouse pink and black one....
    Megs

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  4. my fav was the Autumn/fall one. it was hard chose. Cathy Roberts

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  5. Don't have anyone to give a tutu too but I wanted to stop by and say I'm tutu excited about your first giveaway! Way to go.

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  6. like tutu cute by marie on fb
    rjs682 at yahoo dot com

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  7. my granddaughter would love the minnie mouse
    rjs682 at yahoo dot com

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  8. like TuTu Cute on fb
    ryanac32 at yahoo dot com

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  9. posted on TuTu Cute fb wall
    ryanac32 at yahoo dot com

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  10. I like the purple princess tutu
    ryanac32 at yahoo dot com

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