And the winner is….

Jolene Dustman!!!  Congrats Jo!! You won a custom kit from yours truly.  We’ll chat this week to pick out your goodies!

I also have some exciting news to share with all of you.   1st, I won the September Memory Works Consultant Challenge for my altered frame & mini scrapbook page of Sari’s 1st Day of 4K!!  Yay!!  It’s actually pictured to the left as my gallery link!!  The challenge was to use a REAL pencil on an altered item. 

2nd bit of great news!!  I’m getting published!!!  Who-hoo!!  It’s an on-line magazine called Enchanting Creations.  I’ll be published in the November issue, with a Cosmo Cricket layout I did with the Circa 1934 line.  The photo is from 2006 when Brad & I took Beka & Rachel to Florida.  We had the old time photos taken that year and it was awesome!!  It was fun to go back & scrap something from before Sari & Hannah (sorry girls, but there’s LOTS scrapped about you so far).  The October issue is still out, so I’ll let you know when the November issue hits the net!

Here’s the LO that will be published.

Lots of Cosmo Cricket, 12×12 Circa 1934 line (pictured below)!!  I also used Jenni Bowlin Vintage Buttons, baker’s twine, Maya Road cream mini rosette ribbon, cream tulle (Hobby Lobby), vintage lace & doilie (rummage sale find), Coordination’s black cardstock, wood buttons in my Etsy Shop, Color Box Chalk in Blackbird to ink the edges and some misc stickers from my stash. 
The flowers were made using the Plantin Schoolbook Cricut Cartridge and layered with the Cosmo papers, Coordination’s cardstock, cream tulle and finished with a wood button & twine in the center.
If you haven’t been published before, I encourage to you try!!  There are many websites out there looking for scrappers to submit their work.  Give it a try!!
Thank you so much for stopping by!
~Jody

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