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From December 2008 through December 2011- our group of ladies have sent 6,117 cards to the troops.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Blog Candy

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I am offering up some Candy Blog in exchange for your comments. If you would like a chance at winning these 3 homemade cards - you will need to leave a comment. But not just any comment. The comment will have to be a suggestion for my friend Jackie Daigle - she is in the process of opening a new scrapbook (Scrappin Friendzee) store on the Westbank (Marrero, Louisiana). Please offer her some suggestions on products (that you would like to see in the store), ideas, projects(scrapbook, paper craft, card making), and general information in setting up a scrapbook store. If you have seen something in another scrap book store that you like please share it with her. At the end of the day on Thursday, November 1, 2007 - I will put everyone’s name in a hat and draw for the lucky winner.

Here are a few more of my paper piecings that will be on sale at Bayou Segnette, Westwego, Louisiana . If any of you will be attending the Bayou Segnette event, I will be teaching a paper piecing class on Saturday and one on Sunday. Both of the classes will have a halloween theme. Each class will have a drawing at the end for a chance of winning the sample paper piecing that was used in the class. After each class I will have paper piecing for sale.
Check out this link - it will lead you to the cutest Halloween box.
http://www.blogger.com/profile/00737191039690130796

High Hope stamp gallery -some really awesmone stamps
http://www.highhopesstamps.com/showcase.php

Witches Caldron Blog - directions for a cute little bag.
http://witchescaldron.blogspot.com/2007/10/just-treats-part-2.html
Everyone who makes a card for our anniversary dare and links back to us will be entered into one of our Lucky Dips and the winner will find little envelopes of goodies popping through their letterbox - with love from the DCM! But you've got to be in it to win it - as they say!

Thoughts of a cardmarder scrapbooker blog-A cute altered egg cartons filled with goodies.
http://chelemom.blogspot.com/2007/10/altered-egg-carton.html


patty *momma 411 *memorycollector *paper piecing patty






8 comments:

Peachez877 said...

I love, love, love, your work Patty!!! You are awesome....
Hugs, Roni

Peachez877 said...

I would suggest that it be organized by themes--Christmas,Holidays, sports, school,baby, wedding, etc. It makes it so much easier when you are looking for something or working on something special. Even things by colors...we all usually put our embellishments by colors.
Hugs, Roni

My Paper World said...

Fabulous piecings Patty!

judl074 said...

My suggestionis to have plenty of
samples of pages, projects, altered books,altered clipboards, etc. all around the store. This always catches my eye and makes me want to try new things.

Ila said...

These are all lovely cards...and I love your piecings in the post below.
I love when there are finished projects all around the store...it inspires me and drains my pocket book on the supplies to make the items.
I love to see lots of flowers, ribbon, unique brads..ect (embellishments) and of course I love stamps and well known brand paper.

Stamping Moments said...

What fantastic work you have been up to patty, thanks for all your lovely comments on my blog, hugs jenny x

Chris said...

oh I just love your paper piecing soooo much... you are so clever :D

MANDEE said...

My suggestion is to organize by shades of color.. ( dark pink, light pink, etc...) It makes it so much easier when looking for that special something that you need.

mandabeth55@yahoo.com