It’s Spotlight Monday!
Every Monday, I feature a different vendor (usually photography-related) on my blog! I’ll share a little bit about the business itself and the products/service it offers. And this is the sweet part…..each of these businesses have shown huge generosity by either giving away a product, offering a discount on their services, or BOTH!
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Traditions in Thyme
“Trenchbowls, barnyard mats, and fur rugs, oh my!” Pardon me while I jump off of the Wizard of Oz bandwagon, but I wanted to tell you about Traditions in Thyme today!! You’ve probably seen trenchers featured in many newborn photography images. Want one? Look no further! Traditions in Thyme specializes in providing an amazing assortment of trenchbowls in multiple shapes, sizes, styles, and colors – but it doesn’t end there! They also have mongolian shag rugs, barnyard mats, and tons of unique photo props!! It’s really a one-stop-shop!
Traditions in Thyme prides themselves in providing excellent customer service and ships products out daily (aka – minimum wait time!!!).
Traditions in Thyme has graciously offered a $35.00 Gift Credit to the blog comment winner today – good toward anything on their website!!!
So….HOW CAN YOU WIN the $35.00 GIFT CREDIT???
There are many ways (3, in fact) – Do any or all of them, and then come back to this blog post and leave a comment for each step you did.
1} “Like Jaci Forshtay | Photographer on Facebook, or if you are already a fan — fantastic! 😉
2} “Like” Trenchbowl Photo Props on Facebook, or if you are already a fan – great! — Share some love and let her know Jaci Forshtay | Photographer sent you today!
3} Make this your Facebook status: “Check out @Jaci Forshtay | Photographer at www.jaciforshtay.com and enter to win a $35.00 Gift Credit to @Trenchbowl Photo Props!!” – Make sure that you type the @ symbol before our names so it will tag our pages. 🙂
**Don’t forget to come back and leave a comment before for each step(s) you did…the winners will be chosen randomly from the blog comments.
Good luck, ya’ll!