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And the Winners are...

Thank you, everyone, for joining my giveaways! 

After checking and double checking all entries, here are the winners of The Average Jane's giveaways (as chosen through Random.com)


Congratulations Joana Somejo!  You'll be getting the set of a.m. and p.m. soaps from Miss Kat Soaps.

The 5 soaps of Miss Kat giveaway

The FOR ME Jasmine body spray and set of travel-sized L'Occitane bath products goes to Lovely Joy Merced!

Christmas giveaway (1 of 2)

And last but not the least.  the Regatta men's polo shirt and Memo bi-fold wallet goes to Mary Jay Javier!

Christmas giveaway (2 of 2)

Congratulations all!  I have sent e-mails to all of you already.  Please reply as soon as possible so I could sent the prizes over. 

Thanks for all the support, everyone!  Til my next giveaway.  J

Comments

  1. Thanks so much! Congrats to the other winners :)

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  2. Congrats sa winners! Di ako nakasali :( Hihi. Next time.

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  3. Congratulations to the winners. That's what we call "pahabol na gift". Hihi!

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  4. You are generous to your readers Tin. ^_^

    Congratulations to all the winners.

    I failed to join this contest, eh? Will do it next time.

    Merry Christmas (technically it is still Christmas) and a blessed New Year to you Tin.

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  5. Lucky winner! you're really so generous with the prizes! Merry xmas!

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  6. wow! generous give-aways!

    happy new year!

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  7. Wooot! Congratulations to the winners ;>

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  8. Congrats sa mga nanalo! Bigla ako naintriga sa AM PM soap ah! hehehe!

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  9. Congrats to the winners! ^^ Btw, happy new year sis. Cheers to a fruitful 2012! :)

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  10. Hi Tin! Happy New Year! About your q..My shoes were a gift from T but I've seen Sebago stores in Powerplant Mall in Rockwell, Festival Mall in Alabang and Nuvali in Sta Rosa Laguna. Im sure they have more branches. I think pairs go for around 4,000-5,000 depending on the style :)

    www.joeiandme.com

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  11. too bad andami kong pinagka-abalahan last holiday season! :( but congratulations to the winners!

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