Sip Swap 2013

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Last year, I participated in a mug swap hosted by Kelsey and Jessica–aptly called Sip Swap–and since it was so fun, I decided to sign up for it again this year. I’m glad I did, because I received an awesome mug!

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Miranda Hardy gave it to me, and I’m very grateful. I’m going to use it to channel best selling author vibes as I finish the first draft of my work-in-progress. :)

As for my recipient, I got her the below cheerful mug from Vera Bradley, since she said one of her favorite colors is purple. I’m so glad she liked it!

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Thanks, Kelsey and Jessica, for hosting another fun swap!

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8 responses to “Sip Swap 2013

  1. I love the mug you received! What awesome motivation as you write. And the mug you sent Abby is beautiful. Lucky, lucky. :-)

  2. Sounds like a fun swap! That mug you received is awesome, and the one you gave is really pretty! I have that same Vera print on a tote bag and love it.

  3. Miranda Hardy

    I’m so glad you like it. It’s good vibes all the way!! I really enjoyed this swap and look forward to seeing what everyone received. So exciting!

  4. Love the idea of Sip Swap. I’m going to have to sign up next time. I love the mug you received and the mug you sent is gorgeous!!!

    Hope you have a fantastic week and drink lots of warm be-mugged beverages. :)

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