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Out for Publication: Scrap 'n Art Magazine




Good day everyone! I'm delighted to be back with some good news... One of my projects titled Vintage Album Box, is out for publication and will be featured in Scrap 'n Art Magazine's July issue. This is one exciting accomplishment and I'm glad to be able to share it with you. Thanks to all who support my work, blog and other sites, I really appreciate it. For instance, I recently reached 100 likes on Facebook and it's exciting to see how the number of followers grow with each day that goes by.

I'll be back soon with a new project and a new release from my Digital Paper Pack Collection.



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  1. Oh, Gracie, that is so exciting!!! Congrats!!! Pretty app I will be able to say "I knew her when . . . ". I have another online friend I am proud to say the same thing about...met her while on a DT with CropChocolate.com and she was doing monthly embellishments kits. She now has her own brand of chippies, flair & masks (DeeDee of UmWowStudio) and has designed paper for 7DotsStudios. I can't wait till I get to say the same thing for you. "I knew her when..." {{hugs}}

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    1. Aww you're so sweet dear friend! I appreciate it. Kathy, by the way, you won the giveaway, email me so I can send you the prize!

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  2. Oh, Gracie, what exciting news...and I'm not at all surprised! Congratulations! Your work is exquisite, and I know so many of us love the beautiful, delicate designs you make! God has truly blessed you with the gift of making beautiful things! Hugs, sweet friend!

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    1. Aww, thank you so much dear Cheryl. Your kind words move me.

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  3. Yay! I'm so thrilled for you!

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    1. Oh Lindsay thank you, I'm SO glad you stopped by. I've been thinking of you and haven't contacted you because I've been extra busy. Thank you so much for your sweet comment!!!

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  4. Gracie,
    Great accomplishment. I am so proud of you. Now, have you thought about doing a video?

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    1. Thanks Juanita. For now the project won't be available for people to see. So for now, I kindly ask all of you, my dear followers, to be patient. I am taking note of all the tutorials requested. Thank you! :D

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