Friday, March 22, 2013

Boot Prints Military Wreath giveaway

A fellow Army wife blogger friend of mine is having a giveaway. Check it out!

A couple years ago when Mr. Army Man joined the Army I went in search of all things supportive. I was a new Army wife and I wanted the world to know how proud I was of my husband. I ran across Boot Prints Military Wreaths on Facebook and she made me this:

I loved it so much I purchased one for my parents that said "Proud Parents" in honor of my brother who is also Army. I ordered one just like this for Mr. Army Man's grandparents who have a son and two grandsons in the Army. And I ordered a Coast Guard themed wreath for my Aunt and Uncle who's son is in the Coast Guard. All of these wreaths were handmade and everything I could have asked for. My wreath is two years old and has been hung up inside/outside and it still in the same condition it was when I got it! I can tell that it was really well made. 

Now, here's your chance! I have teamed up with Boot Prints Military Wreaths to give you the chance to win a 12" American Flag themed wreath to show your American love. 

Contain your excitement for just one moment and make sure you enter the Rafflecopter below! Make sure to take advantage of all the entries to give yourself a better chance of winning. This giveaway runs 3/23-3/31 11:59pm PST. Winners will be announced on the Rafflecopter and via the email you leave! This giveaway is only open to the US. You must have a valid shipping address and respond to within 48 hours of notification. 

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Disclosure: I did not receive compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. My Life to Army Wife is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.


  1. I'm torn between the Army wreath and the American Flag one... I'm thinking the American Flag to represent all my loved ones in all branches.

  2. I love the half army half heart wreath you have in your army album on Facebook, so I would go with that one!

    1. Half army, half flag heart* ... got a little ahead of myself :)


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