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Pinterest Scavenger Hunt Clue

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Week Two of the Pinterest Scavenger Hunt starts here.  If you missed any of the clues from the first week you can find them all here along with a list of the fabulous prizes available.

There are two clues today, so make sure you head over to Marocmama for the other one.

Head of the Heard’s Pinterest Scavenger Hunt Clue:

A round of applause after two years

 Here’s how it works:

Create a Pinterest board specifically for the contest and name the board “Multicultural Kid Blogs Pinterest Scavenger Hunt.”

Each day a new clue (or two!) will be revealed. Follow the clue to the blog of the day and pin the post described in the clue. (Any image from the post is fine).

In the Rafflecopter below, enter the link to the Pinterest board you created for this contest. The Rafflecopter will also have lots of other ways to earn extra entries. The only required entry is the link to your Pinterest board.

Please note: You can enter the Rafflecopter at any point during the contest. Obviously your board won’t be complete until the end of the contest, but you can enter the link in the Rafflecopter before then. If your name is drawn at the end of the contest, we will check your board at that time.

The final clue will be given July 28. Participants will have until midnight Pacific time on July 31 to finalize their boards. The drawing will take place on August 1.

Winners must have pinned all of the correct posts to their board. Winners will be notified via email and must respond within 48 hours or another name will be drawn.

This is the link to the Rafflecopter page.  You will need to register your Pinterest board here.

For the full prize details, schedule of all the participating blogs to find daily clues and the rafflecopter to enter your Pinterest board, click here.

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Noah Cooper

I'm the head of the Cooper heard. My wife and I moved abroad when our first son who came along in May, 2011. I am a typical Brit abroad with a family to raise and am sharing the journey of the expat life abroad.

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Written by Noah Cooper