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:: I would like to thank.. ::

Woot, look what I got some time ago!

It's by Helen at the super creative
blog Scrap a Little, check it out if you
haven't already! Thank you Helen!

She also said some super sweet things
about my blog that I just have to share!

She is a Swedish scrap blogger and she
has so many awesome tips and ideas!
That's where I found the tutorial for

the fan flowers I posted last month.

I would love to pass these on to:

Scrapbook in my head and heart
A Swedish digi scrapper who often use
my templates to create fantastic layouts

Sagolikt Pysslar
Stina creates the most amazing things
out of digital kits, like the amazing
cassette tape key chain I showed you
some time ago. You need to go check out
her blog for more awesome projects!

She creates the most amazing cards
with the most wonderful colors.
Simply stunning!

Thanks again Helen!


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