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Shake It Up Blog Hop!

Welcome to my stop on Shake it Up Blog Hop! If you landed here from Narelle’s blog you are in the right place, but you can always start at the beginning of the hop here.

Today’s hop features “wiggle, jiggle, slide, roll, flip or fold” projects by the Connie Can Crop and Friends Blog Hop group and we have some fun prizes to give away! 

To be eligible to win, follow each of the fabulous blogs on this hop and leave a little love on each blog by 10PM Sunday. Winners will be announced Wednesday 03/13/19 on the Connie Can Crop blog.

It has been a while since I have created a scrapbook layout using paper!

Club Scrap card stock and stamp images.

My page features a waterfall fold technique.


I’m trying out some home remedies during this cold and rainy flu season. I have lots of raw honey at my disposal with our backyard beehives and I’m putting it to good use!

These jars of liquid gold also make fantastic gifts! They are so pretty, all you need to add is a tag with directions.

Make sure to visit all the designers that participate in this blog hop and leave them a comment for your chance to win! Click HERE to see the full list of bloggers on the Connie Can Crop and Friends blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

SUPPLIES LIST:

Below you can find a list with all the products used today. Links to multiple online shops are available. Just click the static image below to be redirected to the LinkDeli product list. When the bookmarklet opens, click your favorite store link below each item. Compensated affiliate links may be used – that means if you make a purchase using my links, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support of my work on this blog!

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38 thoughts on “Shake It Up Blog Hop!

  1. I love your Scrapbooking page and the moving elements you included. I love those pages with tons of places for hidden photos. Tfs and for the inspiration

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    1. Thanks Denise! It was easy, I trimmed some squares of matching card stock, stamped the letters and used my “ancient” ribbon punch to thread some coordinating ribbon to make a banner. Glad you stopped by!

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