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Some Cool Updates

Happy Monday! I hope your weekend was wonderful. Mine just went to fast! Well, just wanted to give you some good news updates.

First, I went to my new favorite local scrapbook store, Scrapbook Daisies. If you live in the Southern California area you should check it out. Martha, the owner, is so nice and has created a great store. She has all the latest brands, classes, crops and kits. So even if you don't live close, you might want to consider her kit programs. Very nice!

Here is the link to there site. Check 'em out! Scrapbook Daisies

Next, my Two Pea friend, Pat has started her own scrapbook website called ScrappingThe Moments. It is a warm place for papercrafters to share ideas, meet new friends and play in challenges.

Check it out at Scrapping The Moments

Finally, the most exciting news is I won the prize on the Scrapgrlz blog. Shell does a weekly giveaway and this week I am the winner! WHOOOOOOO! I won a great Teresa Collins kit. I love her stuff and can't wait to see it. Thanks again Shell. This made my day!

Check out her blog and join the fun. She has really nice prizes every week.  Scrapgrlz

Well, that is it for now. Have a great week and thanks for stopping by!


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  2. Thanks for visiting my blog today. I used to live in So. Cal (San Diego). Where is Scrapbook Daisies located? I'd love to visit when I'm on the west coast again!
    I'll be back to check out your wonderful creations:)

  3. Hey Kelly! Thanks for the sweet comment today on my blog! I got the shape for the wedding card using my scallop circle nestibilitie and my cuttlebug. I folded my paper in half and then placed my die at the edge of the fold so it wouldn't get cut. It works amazing for little gift cards!!!


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