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Pinterest Blog Hop!

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Welcome to our Pinterest Inspired Blog Hop. If you are coming from Candice Fields, then you are in the right spot. If you just happened to stumble across this post, please start at the beginning of the hop with Robin's blog...you won't want to miss any of the amazing Pinterest Inspired Projects! In addition to seeing some awesome projects, there is a chance to win some blog candy from Robin! 
Gold Memory Planner Kit by Heidi Swapp To be eligible to win the blog candy, you must leave a comment on each stop in the hop as well as hitting that little "follow" button! Winner will be chosen on Sunday, February 8th so you have all week to hop through ! So, grab yourself a Latte', sit back and hop along with us as we share our projects with you.

I heard about Pinterest a couple of years ago and I said NO....NOT GONNA DO IT! Having a full time job and a paper craft addiction....I didn't need anything else that required my time. Boy was I wrong! I love seeing what o…

OWH - January ODBD Challenge

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Just a quick post today so I can link up my card in the Operation Write Home - January ODBD Challenge...Hero cards!  Here's the scoop from Kristie...

Now onto the first ODBD challenge for 2015. I always make sure to have my kids write thank you cards after receiving gifts. I know this isn’t a common thing anymore, but I believe it’s important for them to take time to thank everyone. And I think January is the perfect month to show our gratitude to all who serve our country. This includes our local heroes, as well as our deployed service members. So, the January challenge is to make an AnyHero card. And as an added challenge, write a personal note of gratitude in it and take it to your local police or fire department, someone in your community that works everyday to serve our country, or send it to OWH for our deployed service members. Here’s some inspiration from Julie on the ODBD design team.


I hope you will take a minute to link up your AnyHero card. Once 50 cards have been re…