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Welcome 2012!

I hope you all had a wonderful New Year’s Eve. Thank you to every one that stopped by my blog for Karin’s Year In Review blog hop. I really enjoyed reading your comments.

Thank you to Mabelle from Whimsy & Stars Studio for sponsoring the blog candy for my stop on the hop.

You are probably wondering if you are the lucky person that gets to start off the new year with some free Whimsy & Stars Studio digis. picked….

#7 - Rhonda Miller

Rhonda, please email me at shestamps11-blogs (at) yahoo (dot) com to find out how to claim your prize.

I’ll be back to my regular posting schedule with a projects on Tuesday and Thursday starting this week.

I wish you all the best in 2012!


Anita said…
Best wishes for a healthy and happy new year for you and your loved ones Cheryl!
Cheryl said…
hi hun just wanted to pop over to wish you a happy new year hugs cherylxxxxxx
Tracy said…
Happy New Year Cheryl! May your coming year be full of crafty fun and I look forward to seeing what you have in store. :-)
Congratulations Rhonda!
Gina said…
Congrats to Rhonda! Wanted to stop by and wish you a very happy New Year!
Annette said…
Happy New Year..
Marie Gamber said…
Happy New Year Cheryl! I look forward to following your blog and enjoying all your wonderful creations
Rhonda Miller said…
Thank you. I'm so excited.

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