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First Blog Giveaway

In celebration of the start of this blog, I wanted to have a card giveaway. This summer, I entered and won several giveaways and that was so much fun. So I wanted to share this excitement with you all.

I made this beautiful butterfly card a few weeks ago. This will be the prize!

I used Webster's Pages aqua blue Bloomers, Recollections butterfly, and Prima patterned paper and plastic packaging. I enjoyed using the packaging with the great words as a part of the design.

So to enter this giveaway:

*Leave a comment here by Saturday, September 11, 2010 by 11:00 pm (PST).
*I will announce the winner Sunday, September 12, 2010.
*The winner will be selected by the Random Integer Generator.
*That is it!

So spread the word and hope to see you here!



  1. Kelly it is so easy to leave a comment here. That card is gorgeous! You always do fabulous work! You always use great product but it is your creativity that makes it so special! Loving your blog by the way!

  2. That is a GORGEOUS card! Thanks for stopping by my bloggity today! ((hugs))

  3. Thanks for the comment on my blog ! Beautiful card :)

  4. That if gorgeous!! I had already left praise on the other site, not realizing at the time it was yours! I always love your work!

  5. Kelly, your cards are truly works of art. I am just in awe. I know everyone who gets one of your cards feels blessed. Gorgeous work. Love your work.

  6. Congratulations, Kelly, on your new blog. I don't have one yet as I'm a little intimidated by the internet! Anyway, the card is gorgeous! It has all my favorite things--Prima, Webster's and butterflies!

  7. Can I just say WOW!? I must know what edge punch you use, I really like it! I started making cards a few months ago. After looking at your cards, I think I'll just go curl up in a fetal position.

  8. Hey Kelly girl!! Love the card-it's awesome!!!
    You are so talented!
    xoxo Cari


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