giveaway winner!!! (and a question)

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The winner of the giveaway is…
{comment no. 37}

Congrats Jenny! 

If you haven’t already done so, check your email so I can send you your goodies 😀
Ok, here’s my question:
Can anyone tell me HOW IN THE WORLD do you get the widgit to show up in a blog post???
I’ve gone nuts trying to figure this thing out.
I know you can create one on their site and you will be given a code to paste on your site, but the number chosen can be changed over and over again.  Copy and paste isn’t working for me either.  Grrr…
Help!  This is over my head!!! 


  1. A Vintage Vine Avatar

    Hey, Shelly try copy/paste the box only, it did work for me that way this time, this was a great giveaway!

  2. Iuliana Avatar

    Oh…I didn't even know you can get a widget. What I usually do is take a screen shot, paste it in good old Paint, and then crop the picture to show only the box with the numbers and all. Then I just save it as a JPEG. I just add that picture to my post and I am done.

    But this is probably a too archaic way of doing it. Maybe someone else can tell us both how to do it in a cooler way.

    BTW, I love your blog and read it regularly. Hugs.

  3. Amy R. Avatar

    I am pretty sure I just copied and pasted the box. I wish you would make those clutches and sell them on your blog or an Etsy shop. I think it would be so awesome with a vintage broach attached. Congrats to your giveaway winner…LUCKY!

  4. Lisa @ Shine Your Light Avatar

    Oh lucky lucky winner! Love that clutch!

  5. Kassi @ Truly Lovely Avatar

    Congrats to the winner! To get them in my posts, where they can't be edited and what not, I do a screen shot, paste it into Paint, save the file and insert it as an image into a blog post. Hope that helps! 😉

  6. Anonymous Avatar

    I don't have a blog nor do I use that program but in my graphic design past when I couldn't get a picture to work, I made a print screen shot of it and then pasted it into publisher and than cropped it to fit and than right clicked on it to save it as a picture. hope that helps!

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