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Whatcha Makin' Wed Jan 11-Jan13


Good morning fellow creative people   It's that time of the week where you can show off your latest recipes,
photos,home decor or home decor projects...... Whatevery you are making  as long as it's family friendly
you are welcome to post here.  If you have more than 1 project you may post up to 3 .  You don't have to be
Modest,  Show me whatcha working with !  I only ask a few things one:

! Grab my button in the sidebar.

2.  You may post a worded link i.e(

3. Mixed media, scrapbook layouts and art journal pages are welcome ,too.

Have fun.


Moogie said…
I'm your newest follower.
Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Great recipe.
Donene said…
Thanks for the party!! and thanks for your nice comments!
Shelley said…
Thank you for your kind comment and for stopping by! Sounds like a fun party...I'll be linking up next week:)

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