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by Anthony Gomez

A year ago

Butterflies Are Free Giveaways

Baby Cube Bundle Memorial Day Giveaway- Enter through May 31st 🇺🇸

by Anthony Gomez

A year ago

Baby Cube Butterfly Cage Memorial Day Giveaway

by Anthony Gomez

A year ago

Welcome to the Butterflies are Free Giveaway Contest Blog, where you can enter to win fabulous butterfly prizes from our shop including raising supplies, caterpillar cages, and butterfly magnets...

This month's contest prize will be:

Baby Cube Butterfly Cage- Raise Monarch Butterflies

Win one of our ✭✭✭✭✭ customer-reviewed baby cube caterpillar cages for raising monarch eggs and caterpillars into magnificent monarch butterflies + one of each raising accessory.

Get more info about the prize bundle by clicking the the links below: 

1. Baby Butterfly Cage 

2. Poo Poo Platter Cage Liner

3. Floral Tubes w/ picks- Pack of 12

4. Floral Tube Rack Holder- 24 Slots 

5. Monarch Magnifier 

I will be giving away 3 Baby Cube Bundles, which means you'll have a good shot of landing this butterfly prize, plus see how you can get multiple entries to increase your odds of winning!

WINNERS UPDATE: Congratulations (and cages!) go out to the following three community members:  

Cindy (""teacher1@gmail.com), Cheryl (""buds15@gmail.com), and Chassitie T. (@live.com)...all three winners have been contacted via email to claim their prizes.

 

 

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James, what do you mean by more stable? We use large common milkweed cuttings and have never had any issues with stability (we've used these for the past year). Are you putting big cuttings all on one side of the rack? If so spacing out should solve the issue...