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OWH Blog Hop Candy Winner and other random things

Thank you to every one that stopped by my blog during the OWH Memorial Day blog hop.    Not only do I love supporting such a great cause, but I enjoy seeing all the talent out there in blog-land.  I always get so many new ideas from the OWH hops. 

 

I offered some candy during the hop and it is time to announce the winner.  The winner of the Martha Stewart Flourish clear stamps is……..

 

 

 

 

#10  -  Melissa T. Liban

 

Melissa, please email me at shestamps11-blogs at yahoo.com with your snail mail address and I will pop your winnings in the mail.

 

I thought I would share some of the fun stuff I have found on Pinterest.    Here is sample from board of just handmade flowers.  There are links to TONS of tutorials for handmade flowers out of everything from fabric, paper, toilet paper tubes, candy/frosting, etc.    I love looking through them and getting ideas for all the flowers I could make for my projects.  

 

 

 

Thank you for stopping by!   Have a great week!

Comments

Rhonda Miller said…
Congrats Melissa!
Missy said…
Thanks Rhonda and of course thanks Chreryl! Yay, how exciting!
Sara I. said…
Congrats Melissa!!
Marlene said…
Ah yes, pinterest. I've got it bookmarked, but haven't been there in awhile. Thanks for the reminder!
Audrey Pettit said…
Oh, I just joined Pinterest this week, but I have to admit to not really "getting" it yet. I don't think I've figured out how to use it very well yet. :)

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