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Sponsorship / Giveaway - Customised Phone Covers

Hi all! I've been wanting to do a proper giveaway and this time it will be in line with my sponsorship program too! Just want to show my appreciation of having you guys with me on my instashop and my personal blog. I've met some lovely people ever since I started blogging. Though I don't write as well as most bloggers do, it's really nice to still get comments on my posts and all. I hope you guys will continue to support my blog & instashop too! Love you guys :)

The giveaway prizes will be a customised phone cover of your choice! :)

These are some of the sample designs, you'll be given more choices to choose from once you're selected! There will be a total of 3 winners for this giveaway and it's open internationally!

All you need to do:
1. Follow my personal instagram @that_randomgirl
2. Follow my Facebook Page: IICandy
3. Follow either my personal blog or instashop @_iicandy_
4. Fill up the form at the bottom and you'll receive 1 chance! :)

(Links added for easy reference)

Gain more chances by:
1. Reposting this giveaway on your blog or instagram +1 chance
2. Following both my blog&instashop +1 chance
3. Like & Share this album on your Facebook(please use public settings) +1chance
4. Purchase any instock item from my instashop/blog +2 chances

I haven't decided how many people to sponsor, so just apply! :)

Criteria: Min 1000 followers on your personal instagram or 100 followers on your personal blog

What you need to do if selected:
1. Do a review of your desired phone case on personal instagram or blog
2. Help me do a short suurvey regarding the phone case
3. Post pictures of you using the phone case on your personal ig at least once a week for a period of 1 month. (eg Taking ootd through mirror reflection with the case clearly seen is counted too!)

To apply, please fill up the form below :)


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