77kids by American Eagle $50 Gift Card Giveaway

Heeeyyyyyyy ladies (and guys, you aren’t forgotten)!

Yesterday I wrote about the Wish-4-Snow charity drive from 77kids to benefit our local children’s hospital. Well, if donating to charity isn’t enough of a motivation, then how about the chance to win a $50 gift card from 77kids? Yeah, I thought so. SWEET!

Mandatory Entry

Make yo self a snowflake on the 77kids website. Leave a comment with the name of your snowflake (I’ll verify your flake through the “Find yer flake” link on the site so no funny business.)


Extra Entries

Leave a comment for each one of these bad boys.

  • Like 77kids on Facebook
  • Follow 77kids on Twitter
  • Like Adventuroo on Facebook
  • Tweet this: Help @77kids & @adventuroo raise money for WakeMed Children’s Hospital & enter to win a $50 gift card! #77kids http://ht.ly/3bE2o

The deadline to enter is December 6 at 11:59 p.m. so be sure to make lots and LOTS of snowflakes between now and then. Don’t forget it’s also a great way to teach kids about the spirit of giving too!

Disclaimer: This post is part of a campaign I’m working on with The Motherhood and 77kids. I received a stipend and gift card for participating.

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  1. Stephanie V. says

    made snowflake – think called it cancer hope. in prep for treatment right now so brain not working well
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  2. Denise B. says

    I’ve been making a snowflake almost everyday, and I can’t really remember what I named them all. I think one is called “Crystallis”.

  3. says

    I made a snowflake today named abby. (I think) I’ve made a couple it might have been named caleb. Thanks for the giveaway.

  4. Sarah says

    My snowflake’s name is Appleandbutter, after what we called our boys before they were born (instead of Baby A and Baby B).

  5. susitravl says

    I didn’t know I was going to have to repeat it when I named mine “Purty”.

  6. Nicole Hartmann says

    I actually made a few snowflakes – one of them is titled “Snowie Ball” (with my sons help…). :)

    nhartmann54 at gmail dot com