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PLNDR Brand Battle


Hey lovelies, if you would take just a moment and VOTE FOR MY DESIGN in the PLNDR Brand Battle, it would mean a lot to me! Every single vote counts and I need to make the top ten for my artwork to be considered.
It's really easy, all you have to do is sign in with your Facebook account and click VOTE one time next to my entry... the more votes I get (taken as a whole), the better my odds are at winning! So you can see why SHARING and VOTING for my entry is super important. Thanks so much!

Please vote here: http://bit.ly/SfPaQs

Comments

Bostonista said…
Good luck!!!

xo
Kara
www.thebostonista.com

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