Are you a "Pearl Girl"? Do you love all things Magnolia Pearl?
Well, my friend and fellow blogger Anne Lorys from FIONA AND TWIG just announced
a PHENOMENAL GIVEAWAY from none other than Robin Brown (aka Magnolia Pearl) herself!
Not one but two complete outfits will be given away to two lucky people who leave a comment over at
FIONA AND TWIG!
Here's what you can win....
Outfit number 1 is worth $800 and number two is worth $1100!!!
Are you kidding me?
Get yourself over there and enter right NOW!!!!
Go HERE to put your name in the hat!
And for an added feast for the eyes you can see a tour of the magnificent MAGNOLIA PEARL RANCH in Bandera Texas, former home of Robin Brown and John Gray now available for purchase.
See the ranch through the lens of the uber talented ANNE LORYS, and photos submitted by Robin Brown as well.
Are you still here????
Get over there and enter!!!!
Thank you so much for sharing my post, Shelley!!!
I loved looking at the pictures of their home. Such a wonderful place! It leaves you dreaming. Hope you are doing well. One day I hope to come see you and play in all of those wonderful Magnolia Pearl clothes!
Oh! I LOVE Magnolia Pearl. Her romantic bohemian style just blows me away. She is so talented as is Anne photographing it all-xo Diana
Wanna win one of those Gorgeous Ensembles AND the Lottery so I can buy the Ranch too! *winks* Anne's Photography as always was Superb and captures the MP Essence... I will be so jealous when someone buys that Ranch, I only Hope they Preserve all of the MP Charm and Attention to Details.
Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian
Hi Shelley! Nila from St. Augustine Florida just stopped into my little shop in Canal Winchester, Ohio and we started talking about you and how awesome your booth is!! She says hi and so do I!!
Georgie Emerson Vintage
I just picked up a copy of "Vintage Style" magazine at Lowe's, and came across the article featuring you and your husband. May I say "FABULOUS!!!" Between your taste and his talent, no one would ever believe your home was a 70s ranch. Simply divine. :)
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