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Happy Days!!!

I've had two bits of exciting news in the last 24 hours and I'm VERY excited!

I got an e-mail late last night from Queen Kat Bloggers Club saying they would like to feature me as one of their Bloggers of the Week/Day!! I'm well pleased!

The second bit of good news was I won the gorgeous blog candy on Poppicrafts Michelle had a Valentines card competition and I couldn't believe it when I saw my name on her blog. Can't wait to see the candy......it looks so scrummy in the photo!

Comments

Jose said…
Wow!! congratulations,
Jilli said…
Well done Jo...I'm sooo jealous!!!
Debbie said…
Well done on both .. look forward to seeing you featured on Queen Kata ... how are you going to pick just 2 cards from all your gorgeous creations??!?
Debbie
:-))
Jackie said…
Well done you! It's well deserved.

Whatever it is you've got, I could do with some rubbing off on me ;)
Frances said…
Oooh, you jammy so and so! That candy makes my candy look pants (worried no one will play now) lol

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