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Martha Stewart Living - The Eighth Day of Christmas

Today we have another giveaway! You can enter to win a years subscription to Martha Stewart Magazine. This giveaway is not sponsored by Martha Stewart Living, but I am personally giving away a subscription. This is open only to US residents.

Good luck!  If you want to subscribe to Martha Stewart Living you can sign up for $24 by visiting this website.

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Be sure to check out the "other days of Christmas" for more adoption stories and some giveaways!

  Giveaway Day
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  1. Parents! I love to have Martha too :) Thank you!

  2. i love US weekly

  3. Cosmo lol. I know I know! I like Parents too.

    My Four Littles

  4. Honestly it has been so long since I have read a magazine! They're just so pricy! But I love a lot of them, People, Us Weekly, Cosmo, Glamour, Food Network, The Knot...

  5. My favorite magazine right now is Disney's Family Fun =o)

  6. Favorite magazine is probably parents or cosmo :)

  7. My favorite magazine is National Geographic. I've been subscribing off and on since I was a kid!

  8. My favorite magazine is Mother Earth News! But, Martha Stewart is right up there! :)

  9. Horse Magazines, Western Horsman. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  10. I love hobby farms & hobby farm homes, they have great articles about everything down home living. Raising animals, making/growing your own food, all the great info you need when moving to the country or rural living.

  11. Real Simple Mag, Country Living, and Martha Stewart Living. Even when we are broke as anything, these three magazines, I always make sure I have subscriptions to!

  12. My favorite magazine anymore? A toss up between martha stewart, realsimple, and southern living. SL usually wins, but my mag rack is stuffed with MS. LOL


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