Pin To Win Yarn Contest on Pinterest!

March 25, 2013 1 min read

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Join our PIN TO WIN CONTEST Share your favorite yarn with us and be eligible to win a $25 gift card to www.AlpacaDirect.com to buy some yarn for your stash! ! How to enter:

Follow Alpaca Direct at www.pinterest.com/AlpacaDirect.

Pin your favorite yarn from www.AlpacaDirect.com to any of your boards and write #winyarnalpacadirect in the comments and type @Alpaca Direct to tag us!

We will repin it to our PIN TO WIN contest board and it will be eligible to win a $25 gift card.

Then visit our PIN TO WIN board and vote for your favorites.  The entry with the most repins and likes will win.  Watch for a tag from us announce the winning pin!

Be sure to follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AlpacaDirect where we'll announce the winner and keep you connected with future promotions.

Entries will be accepted until 3/31/2013  but repins and likes will be counted until 4/07/2013.

 
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