$50 Target Gift Card Giveaway + Annual Survey
$50 Target Gift Card Giveaway!
I need your help!
1st Annual Full Heart Co Survey
I appreciate you! I appreciate all of the times that you have shown up, lovingly spread the word about Full Heart Co, purchased products, read blog posts, engaged with me on social media, re-pinned products on Pinterest, and sent encouragement my way!
I get to be a business owner + do what I do because of YOU! I cannot thank you enough.
I want to continue to create the best of the best in hand-lettered products for you but in order to do that, I need to hear from you!
I take your feedback super seriously. In fact --> I am going to use the results of this annual survey to plan out content and products for all of 2019! That's huge!!
Trust me when I say this --> I cannot provide you with the products and content you crave without hearing from you! In fact --> I cannot do this business at all without hearing from you!
This survey will only take a few minutes --> I promise!!! To reward you for your time you will be entered into a giveaway for a $50 Target Gift Card!!!! I cannot think of a better way to say thank you!
** One person who completes this survey will receive a $50 Target Gift Card!!
Completion of survey = One entry
One entry per person
Winner will be announced via E-mail + Instagram on January 10th, 2019! **
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