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Baby, I’m a Star!

 

I have some fun and exciting news to share today.     I was asked to be a STAR in the Stars in Their Eyes contest for the Scrappin’ Patch.    I was soooooo excited when Rebecca asked me to participate and have such a hard time keeping quiet until now.     

You can find out all the details of the contest at the Scrappin’ Patch blog.       Enter a project inspired by my crafting style for a chance to win.   

Did I mention that I was excited?  

I hope you will stop by the Scrappin’ Patch blog and join in the fun.

Comments

Jennifer said…
Cheryl, this is wonderful! So excited for you!
Tracy said…
Congratulation Cheryl! That's quite an honor. :-) Hope you enjoy seeing everyone interpretation of your style. Hugs!
Davi said…
Congrats Cheryl :)
1CardCreator said…
Congrats, I always knew you were a star!
Cheryl said…
oh massive congratulations Hun so well deserved too hugs Cherylxxx
Arabella said…
Cheryl that's so cool! Yay you! I'm off to check out your cards!

Arabella
KraftyKoolKat said…
Well done sweetie it is well deserved. I bet you can't wait to see the different interpretations of your super style.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxxx
Annette said…
woohoo congrats Cheryl...you are a STAR....
MiamiKel said…
Congratulations!! Well deserved!! Xoxo
Audrey Pettit said…
How fun! Congratulations, Cheryl!
Karin said…
Congrats! And to think I can say I knew you when... LOL! Well deserved :)
SuzQ said…
Thank you for your kind words on my blog! Congradulatons to you on your guest appearance! That is awesome! Good luck. Yes, the boxes were a big hit! Thanks
Lisa said…
Congratulations, Cheryl!! How exciting!! I'm off to check out the Scrappin' Patch blog now :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Elaine said…
Hi Cheryl,
Well , I’m back and I have the rest of today free so as to catch up on everyone’s creations since I have been away refurbishing my old house.
I adore reading the blog’s and looking at all the lovely cards and projects, almost as much as making the cards myself.
Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog , its so nice to keep in touch.
What fabulous creations you have made whilst i have been away , I love the memorial day card its fantastic. What superb news I can feel your exhitement , congratulations Chery
Great work well done ,
Hugs Elaine
Pat (mspfd) said…
What exciting news! Congratulations!
Davi said…
Fabulous news...Congrats Cheryl!!
febe said…
Such a great news. Congratulations!

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Gina Lindsay said…
Wow, congratulations!!
Annette Bowes said…
WOO HOO Congratulations Cheryl, well done, perfect memorial card, enjoy the rest of your week, take careX:)
Becky B. said…
How fun!! Congrats to you!! :)
Shelby said…
That's awesome! Congrats

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