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Giveaway Winner!

Hello dear ones. I just came back from a little vacation trip, and that is why I wasn't able to post the winners sooner. I apologize for that!

It's time to announce my winners for the Hiding in my Craft Room's blog hop. Two lucky winners were picked by Randomizer.

The first winner, 
who will receive a bundle of digital goodies is:

The second winner, 
who will receive a Christmas Digital Paper Pack from Shery K. Designs is:

(Kathy Jo) 

Congratulations Ladies! Please email me to graciellie at so I can send you your prize. Thanks everyone for your support, for stopping by and commenting and most importantly for your kind comments that encourage me to keep on creating!

I will be doing another giveaway soon during the month of August, so stay tuned!


  1. Wow! You weren't kidding, that water is amazing! Great pix. Hope you had a wonderful trip.

    1. lol. It's one of those places you can't stay away from the water too long. The beach just tempts you all day long... lol. You guys have to plan a vacation to the Bay Islands!

  2. Wow - can a giveaway next time be a vacation like yours!? :) Beautiful! I love dolphins but then again, who wouldn't?

    1. lol. I really encourage you to search for Roatan/Bay Islands and see if you can plan trip here. It is amazing! It is my favorite place in the world.

  3. What fun you had.....I bet you didn't want to leave!!! Great photos, thanks for sharing a part of "your world"!!! Congrats to the winners...I can't even remember if I ever did sign up I have been so!!

  4. Oooh my God!!!! This is a wonderful news!!! It's surprised me!!! Wow!!!!

    1. Yay! Congrats. Please email me so I can send you your prize!

    2. I was trying twice, but they say that email is invalid(((

  5. Oh what a wonderful surprise vacation. I would LOVE to see dolphins up close like this. WOW. I'm so glad you had such a wonderful trip.
    Congrats to the winners.
    Crafty hugs,

  6. Thanks so much! I appreciate it!

    What a fun collage. Would look great framed on a wall!

    1. Congratulations! Please email me so I can send you your prize!

    2. Thanks, Gracie! I feel like a fool but I can't seem to find your email. LOL. I need to drink less tea. :)

    3. LOL Here's the info:
      Congratulations Ladies! Please email me to graciellie at
      Please replace at with the actual @
      Hope this helps.

  7. Loved seeing pics of you and your wonderful family! Looks like you had a great time. Congrats to the winners!


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