#Summer2014 Blog Giveaways

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#Summer2014 Blog Giveaways
by www.deiville.com
April 1-30, 2014

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Summer’s heat cools you down with deiville.com’s 2nd year installment of #Summer2014 Blog Giveaways. This season we’ve partnered with bloggers from different niche:
Ia Adam-Lim of www.specialeducationphilippines.com (Education)
Vance Madrid ofwww.purpleplumfairy.blogspot.com (Parenting and Lifestyle)
Christian Melanie Lee of www.eccentricyethappy.info  (Lifestyle)


With sponsors from Pitaka Lifestyle Billfold and DSP Manila
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Prize 1
Vaniderm products, CDC Dental Clinic GC worth Php500 and 3 Pitaka Tarpaulin Wallets
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Prize 2
EGG bag, The Zen Institute Complimentary 15-minutes of Ultralipo (Body Sculpting) or Resolift (Facial Contouring) treatment and 3 Pitaka Tarpaulin Wallets
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Prize 3
Bath & Body Works’ Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing  Hand Soap in Frosted Plum Berry, The Zen Institute Complimentary 15-minutes of Ultralipo (Body Sculpting) or Resolift (Facial Contouring) treatment and 3 Pitaka Tarpaulin Wallets
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Prize 4
$20 via Paypal
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Prize 5
2 Dozen DSP Manila’s Towel Lollipop Giveaways for Birthday or any occasion with Personalized Thank You card worth Php1,200. Preferably with child celebrating birthday from May to September 2014.
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JOIN via RAFFLECOPTER
a Rafflecopter giveaway

GUIDELINES:
1. Follow the Rafflecopter mechanics above to join. Make sure to complete all the first 14 mandatory steps to be eligible.
1. Online giveaway runs from April 1-30, 2014. The giveaway is open only for Philippine residents. For Metro Manila winners – meet up is required for photo opp with the blogger/s (location – TBA). For provincial winners, prizes to be send via courier.
2. You may use other emails or social media accounts if you like provided that they are real and active accounts. No dummy accounts please!
3. Winners will be selected via Rafflecopter. All winners will be notified via emails. Please expect emails within  first week of May 2014.
4. Winners will be published on http://www.deiville.com/ and deiville’s Facebook Fan Page and Twitter account.
5. Failure to do any of the above requirements will be subjected to disqualification. *Failure to reply/acknowledge the notification email sent to the winners within 48 hours upon receipt of notice—prizes will be forfeited.
6. #Summer2014 Blog Giveaways is good until April 30, 2014 only.
UPDATES as of May 8, 2014
WINNER Announcement
Renjie A – Prize 1 (please provide your email address)
Em J – Prize 2  (please provide your email address)
Hazel Morales – Prize 3
Sheryl An Muncal – Prize 4
Jonalyn B Repalda – Prize 5
An email was sent to you, failure to reply/acknowledge the notification email sent to the winners within 48 hours upon receipt of notice—prizes will be forfeited and we will draw another winner.
 
Disclosure: This giveaway is not any way sponsored or affiliated with Facebook , Twitter, Google and Instagram. Prizes were sponsored from our kind friends from Pitaka, DSP Manila and the blogging community: Special Education Philippines, Purple Plum Fairy and Eccentric Yet Happy. The rest of the prizes are courtesy of deiville.com
 
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45 Comments

Clyde A. Gabriel · April 2, 2014 at 3:45 am

Clyde A. Gabriel
clyde_gabriel@yahoo.com
My most awesome childhood summer was when my cousins and I went to the province for vacation and endured the thrill of entering manhood as we all undertook the “labaha” and munched a handful of guava leaves… painful but fulfilling! =)

jared's mum · April 2, 2014 at 10:50 am

my most awesome childhood summer was spending those lazy afternoons flying kites + having impromptu picnics in the otherwise dried up rice fields with my siblings + my parents!
Ma. Victoria Parungao
vixdotparungaoatgmaildotcom

Lovely Joy Merced · April 5, 2014 at 10:03 pm

I miss those elementary days when we were allowed to stay out til dark playing patintero on the streets <3
Lovely Joy Merced
bundlesofjoy@rocketmail.com

Jonalyn Repalda · April 5, 2014 at 10:32 pm

My most awesome childhood summer was friends & family and I were going to the beach rolling down in the sand and playing in the sea then eating together i had a great day that time.
Jonalyn Repalda
hottiejoy15@yahoo.com

Kimberly Camille Tiu · April 5, 2014 at 11:26 pm

My most awesome childhood summer is when me and my family together with our neighbors went to the beach. It was my first time and I ended up making sandcastles by the beach
Kimberly Camille Tiu
purple_kimy37@yahoo.com

Jenny Esplana · April 6, 2014 at 3:54 pm

The most awesome childhood summer that I still remembered is when we went to Bataan when I was 7 years old. My mom and I stroll there and we built a sand castle. <3
Jenny Esplana
jenny.pinayformoda@yahoo.com

dong andres · April 7, 2014 at 4:45 pm

Dong Andres
lightcrusader1@yahoo.com
My summer as a kid was not as awesome as others. I was always making and finding ways to earn some money during summer so when the school comes I have money to buy things and also food that I can buy. Life during childhood was a bit tough and I am very proud that I made it where I am right now. There were times that I did feel summer was there already when I had a few minutes to run along our street and I was laughing. I was happy.

agnes dc · April 7, 2014 at 5:03 pm

My memorable childhood summer was every time the month of March hits the calendar. That means school is about to finish and my Nanay (lola) will then starts cooking halo-halo ingredients and will place it in front of our house and me and my cousins will sell it. I love how we earn money and also enjoy time.
Agnes Dela Cruz
magnet972@yahoo.com

vhinz · April 8, 2014 at 1:35 am

my most awesome childhood summer to remember was during that time my mom made special delicacies and me and my sis/bro sell it in our neighbor house to house. really enjoy and excited because i know after that i could earn money that will add to my savings. that was the time we live as a whole family.
name: Alvin Imperial
email address (: techvhinz@gmail.com

Maria Kristina Punla · April 8, 2014 at 8:25 am

My memorable childhood summer is when my father will bring us to the river to swim. My mom will washed our clothes in the river while we play.

    Daryll Villena · April 11, 2014 at 3:07 pm

    Hi Maria Kristina, Please leave with your comment – your email address.
    You’re so lucky to experience that, the way of life then was so simple and carefree!

Cel Fajardo · April 10, 2014 at 8:30 pm

My memorable childhoods is chasing butterfly and dragonflies (tutubing karayom) and playing hide and seek with my friends during the night and sharing horror stories

    Daryll Villena · April 11, 2014 at 3:03 pm

    Hi Cel! Please leave with your comment – your complete name and email address.
    How I wish my child will also experience catching fireflies 🙂

sherry ann gole cruz · April 10, 2014 at 8:32 pm

My most awesome childhood summer to remember is when my father brought as to quezon memorial circle and teach us how to ride a bike
sherry ann gole cruz
khryza1022@yahoo.com

Rosvie Beltran · April 11, 2014 at 3:14 am

Climbing the trees which is not ours and getting its fruit was one of my memorable childhood summer. We were chased by the old man who is the owner of the land and pointed his airgun to us. We ran as fast as we can, too late to realize that each one of us went in a different direction. Thank God I’m still alive. It’s a good experience though.

    Daryll Villena · April 11, 2014 at 2:56 pm

    Hi Rosvie!
    Please leave with your comment – your complete name and email address
    You have one funny comment! From your same scenario, my Lolo used to chase kids who threw stones and branches on our mango trees/cashew trees. That’s the exciting part to run as fast as Gingerman!

yen · April 11, 2014 at 10:14 pm

i miss those times when children would play at the streets with traditional games after classes. where we will hang out under the trees and play mud with our bare hands.
yen morales
kehrinmorales@yaho.com

Raqisah Alimona · April 11, 2014 at 11:20 pm

Hahaha! The best childhood summer I’ve experience that I couldn’t forget it we used to swim in a river together with my friends secretly since our parents didnt brought us to the pool because it was still not safe because of our age.
RAQISAH ALIMONA
raqisahalimona@gmail.com

Charmane Agbayani · April 13, 2014 at 10:58 pm

When me and my cousins straggling just to go in the falls near at our house, even our parents didnt want us to go there.
Charmane Agbayani
charmane408@gmail.com

elinor semira · April 14, 2014 at 2:57 pm

My most awesome childhood summer to remember is when we used to spend summer vacation in Batangas. Swim to the beach nearby called lawit dila (coz we need to walk for an hr to get there), just chill and relax with cousins, titos and titas.

Iris Castillo · April 14, 2014 at 10:47 pm

My most memorable childhood summer experience was when my granny unexpexctedly brings me to province. They suddenly decided to bring me if I would fit the Stick Line of SUper Ferry (It is for kids 3ft. below, I guess that would be free). I was crying so hard that time because I really wanna go. So I really prayed that I would fit into it and luckily I am. Haha.
Iris Castillo
iris.castillo_31@yahoo.com

Ann Cagalingan · April 15, 2014 at 4:20 pm

My most awesome childhood summer was spending Vacation in Tagaytay with my cousins,Super love ang Summer dahil Enjoy namin yung kabataan namin…Mizzed ko na yun…

Sheryl An Mungcal · April 15, 2014 at 10:00 pm

My most memorable childhood summer experience was when we had vacation in farm,. most of the time i & my cousins climbed to mango tree to harvest,.
Sheryl An Mungcal
sheryl100485@gmail.com

Cathlyn Joy Roman · April 17, 2014 at 4:16 pm

my most memorable childhood summer experience eh yung pagligo namin sa patubig at picnic sa farm,.
Cathlyn Joy Roman
cathlynjoy.roman@yahoo.com

Cherry Ann Punzal · April 19, 2014 at 12:48 am

My most awesome childhood summer was making kites out of old newspapers, coconut leaf sticks and threads with friends. I haven’t flown one in many years. I’ll have to try it again soon! 🙂 Those were the days also when we have all the time in the world playing outdoor games especially with my friends like tumbang preso, harang taga (patintero), luksong baka, piko, langit-lupa and so many to mention. Haha. I really miss everything about my childhood days! :”)

Cherry Ann Punzal · April 19, 2014 at 12:50 am

My most awesome childhood summer was making kites out of old newspapers, coconut leaf sticks and threads with my father. I haven’t flown one in many years. I’ll have to try it again soon! 🙂 Those were the days also when we have all the time in the world playing outdoor games with my friends like tumbang preso, harang taga (patintero), luksong baka, piko, langit-lupa and so many to mention. Haha. I really miss everything about my childhood days! :”)
Cherry Ann Punzal
anncherryp@yahoo.com

Arra Morta · April 23, 2014 at 3:56 pm

My most pleasant summer childhood memory was when me and my cousin play along the pilapil and take a bath at our ilog and ride the carabaos:)
Arra Morta
naked_cannibal@yahoo.com

Ma. laarni B. noma · April 23, 2014 at 7:50 pm

We used to spend our summer holidays in our grandmother’s ancestral house . It is surrounded with all kinds of fruit bearing trees.
Laarni Noma
laarnibucao@yahoo.com

Rhozallino Ramones · April 24, 2014 at 4:07 pm

“What’s your most awesome childhood summer to remember?
The most awesome childhood summer to remember is when we have our vacation in our province and we go strolling along the city, eat and have fun.
Rhozallino Ramones
senomarj@gmail.com

Cy Valencia · April 24, 2014 at 6:53 pm

My most awesome summer to remember was when we used to stay in my Grandma’s house, play piko and habulan all day, dance in the rain while singing our hearts out.
Cy Valencia
cyvalcy29@yahoo.com

Mary Anne Ramirez · April 24, 2014 at 10:38 pm

“What’s your most awesome childhood summer to remember?most awesome summer to remember are the ones spent with my father. We always go in Laguna to swim and bond. However, he already past away when I was only 12.
Mary Anne Ramirez
riaramirez4@yahoo.com

Deanna Villano · April 25, 2014 at 10:36 am

When we were going to the farm with my siblings and cousins and picking watermelons. After that we will take a bath at the POSO. It was such a great experience that I really want my child to experience.
Deanna Villano
gloucester_08@yahoo,com

leah · April 25, 2014 at 11:20 am

back when I was just 6 or 7 yrs old, and summer time was my most favorite time of the year because i’m on a vacation, which always feel that it lasts for such a very long time. My cousins spend their time on our grandparent’s house and there we did all sort of nostalgic things we do as a child like collecting aratilis fruits, roaming our village, eating halo-halo, and playing all throughout the day with such no worries :))

Ria Ramirez · April 25, 2014 at 9:02 pm

One of the most awesome childhood summer to remember is the halo-halo made by my mother. She makes it almost everyday and tops it up with an ice cream
ria ramirez
riaramirez1979@gmail.com

Rosanna Lim · April 26, 2014 at 12:14 am

The awesome childhood summer I could remember was Summer 1999. Our first time to visit Sagpulon Falls – an actual waterfall hidden in a town near our city. That summer was spent with family and family’s friends. We got to experience nature and spend quality time with everybody.
Rosanna Lim
rosanna_113@yahoo.com

Soleil Taguines · April 26, 2014 at 3:43 am

My most awesome childhood summer to remember would be the time when Pinatubo erupted. Of course it’s bad because of the casualties but as a kid, you are not aware of that still. I was just happy to be playing with all my cousins from both sides of the family who are all as i thought back then were having a super big “slumber party”
Soleil G. Taguines
soleil.taguines@gmail.com

Ma. Clarice Lao - Itumay · April 26, 2014 at 11:22 pm

My awesome childhood summer was way back 1990 when we went to Manila and Baguio. It was my first airplane ride. It was overwhelming, exciting and it has inspired me to love travelling. It is a life changing experience.
Ma. Clarice Lao – Itumay
maclaricezlao@gmail.com

Kirsten Allysandra San Juan · April 27, 2014 at 6:04 pm

I became very close with my little cousins who spent their summer vacation in our house. Up to now, I still can;t get over our antics and games.
Kirsten Allysandra San Juan
kirstally@gmail.com

Hazel Morales · April 27, 2014 at 11:18 pm

Spending summer in Bataan.

Mary Micah Manuntag · April 28, 2014 at 11:08 am

My most awesome childhood summer to remember is when me and my playmates can play outside different old school games and eat iced candies on the streets. No electronic gadgets, just pure fun ^_^

Mary Micah Manuntag · April 28, 2014 at 11:10 am

My most awesome childhood summer to remember is when me and my playmates can play outside different old school games and eat iced candies on the streets. No electronic gadgets, just pure fun ^_^
Mary Micah Manuntag
komika33@gmail.com

Arvin Cape · April 28, 2014 at 3:11 pm

it was when I learn how to swim in a river cause my siblings let go of me and I have no other choice but to learn how to swim that time or else I’ll drowned. It’s a little traumatic but at the same time very fulfilling.
Arvin Cape
capearvin@gmail.com

LeilaniGamboa · April 29, 2014 at 4:53 pm

My most awesome childhood summer to remember would be the time when my family go out of town for short vacations.
Leilani Gamboa
killboredom08@hotmail.com

Anna Marie M. · April 30, 2014 at 10:46 am

My most awesome childhood summer to remember was when we used to eat stree tfoods every midnight together with my friends when my crush came unexpectedly <3. Love it and will never forget it.

Anna Marie M. · April 30, 2014 at 10:47 am

My most awesome childhood summer to remember was when we used to eat stree tfoods every midnight together with my friends when my crush came unexpectedly <3. Love it and will never forget it.
Anna Marie Marigomen
babymharz@gmail.com

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