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Sunday, June 13, 2010

All done with the Promos on the line...

 Hello crafty ones, I am completely finished with all the little details of the new line, well as finished as one can get. And now it's time to get back to doing what I love...Paper Crafting.. Although I have been away for a bit, I am back with an even bigger for paper crafting. So while I was doing other things and getting this line ready, I was still able to squeeze in some craft time every once in a while. And here are some things I came up with...I can not wait to visit your blogs and see what ya all have been up to...


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16 comments:

Carla aka scrappypug said...

Oh how adorable is this! Love the color scheme and all the details ou used... fabulous!

Joanne Gilch said...

Fabulous book! Can't go wrong with pinks and browns. Lovin' all the cowgirl accessories, too!

Michelle VP said...

Wow! What a lot of details in your little book. :)

Tracey said...

Hello Ronnie, I hope you are well. Nice to see you doing some crafting & this is amazing - I love it!

Have a great weekend :)

Hugs
Tracey
xx

Shelly Schmidt said...

Glad you are getting papercrafting time in- wow- what an awesome project too! I love the horse and the papers you used on your mini book is perfect (some of my favorites!)

Kathy said...

Glad you had some crafty time. This bitty book is amazing. Love the color choices you used and all the dangling ribbon looks fabulous!

Rebecha said...

You have certainly been a busy bee. ;) That little wagon wheel accent is so neat.

Karli said...

Ronnie, this is AWESOME!!! What a fabulous book. Love all the details & colors & papers :) Big Hugs & congrats!

Ronnie said...

Oh my gosh this is FABULOUS! I love every single detail, and the amount of work you put into this!

Loretta Rodger said...

I just adore this, it is so darn cute! Love the texture color and how you have everything working together! Just a great and fun project!

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Anne said...

What a fun project, hope all is well with you:)

Mary G. said...

LOVE THIS!!!! The pink and brown are PERFECT for a "diva" cowgirl! Great job!!

Loretta Rodger said...

Ronnie, love this project, it is totally terrific! It is a great idea I plan to use!

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