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And the winner is….


I’m sorry that I am a little late posting the winner of my blog candy.  I’m fighting a nasty head cold and don’t feel like doing much of anything.  I’m sure I’ll be back to normal in a few days.  Meanwhile, I travel with my box of Kleenex.


So anyhow, back on task.  I know you are waiting to find out who won the blog candy of :

  • My Mind’s Eye Kraft Funday Every day Fun 6x6 paper pad
  • Cosmo Cricket UPcycle 6x6 paper pad
  • Autumn Leaves Scribbles Hearts and Stars clear stamps
  • Spool of Farmer’s Market lime twist baker’s twine
Blog Candy from Cheryl
The lucky winner is …..


69 – Nikki C


Congratulations Nikki!  Please email me at shestamps11-blogs(at)yahoo(dot)com with your mailing address and I will get your goodies in the mail to you this week.


Thank you to every one that joined in the drawing, became a follower and posted my blog candy giveaway in your side bar.


Have a wonderful weekend!


mags said…
Well done Nikki, enjoy your goodies. Thanks again Cheryl
Congrats to lucky girl! Hopefully you are soon feeling better Cheryl.
Joyce xx
Marianne said…
Sorry to hear you're not feeling well Cheryl. Hope you'll feel better soon. Congrats to Nikki. Enjoy!
Jennifer Scull said…
congrats to Nikki!

I sure hope you feel better soon, Cheryl. prayers coming your way for fast healing! hugs! :)
Sue - bearhouse said…
Well done to the winner of your fab candy!
I hope you are feeling better soon, take care
Sue xx
Lisa said…
Congrats to the winner!! I hope you feel better soon, Cheryl.

Lisa :)
A Mermaid's Crafts
Samantha said…
congrats Nikki and thank you Cheryl for the chance xx
Creative M said…
Congrats Nikki!!Feel better!
Have a Wonderful Day,
Nikki said…
WOW thank you so much I'm sending you an email now
hugs Nikki C
Pam said…
I hope you will be feeling better soon Cheryl! Congratulations Nikki, enjoy your goodies!
1CardCreator said…
Congrats to Nikki. I hope you feel better soon Cheryl. ~Diane
Sandra H said…
Congrat's to your winner and hope your feeling better as l'm blogging late x
Audrey Pettit said…
Hope you feel better soon, Cheryl!

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