Saturday, October 29, 2011

Paper Players Blog Hop!!

Fall 2011 Blog Hop

Happy Saturday!  Are you surprised to see a Paper Players post on a Saturday?  It’s a special event—a Paper Players Blog Hop!  All the PP designers are showing off some of their best creations….and some of them may even have blog candy!  You’ll see ALL the Players at the bottom of this post.  So be sure to stop and visit every blog!  You’ll still be able to play along tomorrow at the Paper Players home blog too, so don’t miss it! 

So, here’s my creation!  I did not think of this myself; the main construction was all the brainchild of Sarah Miller, who is a very creative  stamper!  You can see her card here.  I just added a little touch of my own:

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CANDY!!!  Woohoo, who doesn’t love candy?  I used SU’s little cello bags (50 for $2.50—what a bargain!) and gave him some Reeses Pieces legs!  I think he could run a mile with these!  I will share more details about how he is constructed tomorrow—so be sure to stop back!  Now, on to the Blog Hop!  Here are all the players:

Ann Schach

Anne Marie Hile

Cindy Hall

Jaydee

Julie Marshall

LeAnne Pugliese (You are here)

Lesley Croghan 

Nance Leedy

Rita Wright

Tara Bilbao

Check out any or all of the designers to see what they created….and see if they have blog candy!  Here is mine:

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I am offering up Playful Pieces, a retired hostess set….and I’ll throw in a few other (surprise) goodies too!  Just leave me a comment with contact information and I’ll randomly pick a winner next week.  PLEASE—if you do not leave me your contact info, I may not be able to tell you if you’re the winner!

Thanks for visiting…again, be sure to check out the other Players’ blogs for all their cool creations!

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123 comments:

  1. This is such an adorable project, Leanne!!

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  2. Oh that's just painfully cute! What a GREAT idea!!

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  3. You had me at Reese's Pieces. :o) I love peanut butter just as much as chocolate. Love this scarecrow! What an adorable way to give someone candy.

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  4. What a cute scarecrow. Love the "candy" legs. Looking forward to seeing the directions.
    just 4 stampin at earthlink dot net

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  5. Hello Leanne. This is amazing, a great idea, lovely colours and every child would love this. Its fabulous. Happy crafting.
    Love Sandra xxx

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  6. Love your scarecrow Leanne. So much work has gone into creating him and he looks fantastic!

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  7. What a cute project. Love it. And love your blog also. Thanks

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  8. How sweet and yummy - I'm sure that little puddin' would love this for halloween!

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  9. I love your scarecrow, especially with the candied legs! So very cute!!

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  10. I don't know which is cuter: the scarecrow or your daughter!

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  11. What an adorable project Leanne!! This would be fun to do for the ladies I work with!! I think they would really enjoy it. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. I love the idea of using the candy bags for legs! TFS!

    Sue-Lynn in PA
    suelynn99pa @ gmail . com

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  13. Very cute project LeeAnne! Love the colors and candy legs! I'll be back tomorrow to see your construction details :)

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  14. This is so cute and creative! Great idea!

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  15. What a great idea...very cute. And the candy blog, thank you.
    ctcao at earthlink dot net

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  16. This is so adorable and a great idea. TFS

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  17. How cute!My grandaughter Julie will be 2 years old on the 12th. and a little scarecrow on ONE of her packages will be a delight. I don't see her as much as I'd like but when I see Cassidy I "see" Julianna. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. So cute, love your Scarecrow Leanne, the colours are fantastic.

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  19. OMG...he is simply A-dor-able! Who doesn't love a scarecrow with candy legs??? So fun & clever LeAnne.

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  20. Hello!

    I love your little scarecrow - what fun! I look forward to seeing your instructions as I have not been able to find these cello bags in the catalog. Would you please include the order number?

    Wishing you a great weekend! I am off to the blog hop!

    Hugs,

    Batbata Diane

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  21. Your scarecrow is "Cuper", which my daughters coined to mean super cute.

    Barb Lasky
    bjslasky@comcast.net

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  22. Oh my goodness, how cute is this! Love this idea!
    sunshinestgurl AT gmail DOT com

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  23. Cute, cute, and cute!!! I think I need to make these for my grandkids. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Ah, such a cute treat, great for a fall project! TFS!

    Lauren Y.
    sloatyang@yahoo.com

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  25. What a great idea ... now my mind is racing thinking of other candy-legged creatures I can create! Love it!

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  26. LP-Oh such an awesome idea! I love it! This would be a great project to make with my grade ones and their grade 7 buddies!!
    Hugs,
    LC

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  27. Love the project, can't wait for details. And, I'm especially enjoying watching the DGD grow. She's such a cutie!

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  28. LOL - great legs!! Cute project~

    Cutie patootie picture of the little one too!

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  29. How clever are you?! Maybe the scarecrow wasn't your idea but you made him ADORABLE with the cello legs! Fantastic!

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  30. That is such a fun, cute project Leanne. I may have to try something similar next year.

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  31. First of all, I so look forward to
    seeing a picture of Sweet Baby Girl every day!!!!!! So precious!

    Love your scarecrow...he is just too cute!

    Thanks for sharing!
    boogirl50@msn.com

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  32. LeAnne how cute is that! What a great idea for some little goblin. YOUR little goblins too cute to spook anyone. Hugs.

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  33. Great project -- too cute!

    Jennifer

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  34. Great card! Super cute!! Thanks for the chance to win your blog candy. Contact info: cocrafter at gmail dot com

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  35. Great project for trick or treaters. Very cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Lovely project and a fabulous Blog Candy. TFS

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  37. What a great idea for the grandkids. I love the scarecrow and the candy legs make it even better.

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  38. Oh how clever! Reese's would be my choice too--great color combo for the scarecrow.

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  39. Thanks for the chance to win great blog candy. Love your scarecrow. How creative and of course Reese's pieces are just the right color !!

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  40. Absolutely DARLING!!!! Thanks for the share.

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  41. Hi Leanne,

    Thanks for your blog candy. I'd win. Big hello from Quebec city in Canada.

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  42. WOW! This is ADORABLE!! As soon as I saw your sweet little scarecrow, I smiled from ear to ear!

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  43. So clever and fun!! And I'm pretty sure that I could run a mile too if I had candy legs!! :)

    foofa5@yahoo.com

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  44. Oh my what a delightfully yummy, fun creation! Can't wait for instructions.

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  45. Love this idea - will have to do it for my hubby's class next year! - he is the teacher.

    rlgonzusa at comcast dot net

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  46. Very Sweet Scarecrow! Just such cute colors and fun gift, TFS

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  47. I love the Scarecrow and I love seeing your DG's pictures. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Rene from OZ xo

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  48. I wish you could see me right now, sitting here with a a goofy grin and clapping my hands! Lol! This is ADORABLE, LeAnne! Love those little candy legs...although he wouldn't stand a chance in front of me...Reeses-anything is my absolute weakness. *sigh* Great job, my friend! This is awesome! Hugs! :)

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  49. LeAnne - what a fantastic scarecrow! Love the idea and the texture on the scarecrow is cute! Hope you're doing well and not getting too much snow from this October storm (can you believe it?!). It's been about 3.5 hours of snow for us and we already have about 4" on the ground.

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  50. Toooo cute to eat!!!! Great job. TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

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  51. What a cute Halloween treat. This is my 1st time on your site, and I'll be back! Thanks for sharing your talent and the chance to win blog candy!

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  52. Adorable scarecrow!!! Love it!
    cmrlcc@gmail.com

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  53. What a cute project! I love the "candy legs"! Joyce @ alloy4@pa.net

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  54. Adorable candy man and your daughter too! Does she get to have some candy, or is she too little, yet. Tee hee. TFS

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  55. How clever and cute! Love his little face!

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  56. Awesome scarecrow! What a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  57. This is a very cute project! Do you have a trick to getting the candy in there to lay nice? Maybe I was in a hurry but I made sort of a mess and gave up and put Halloween pencils in the bags instead. My original candy was just a bit too big. It was hard for me to tell by the catalog. I am looking forward to your instructions on this cutie!

    Chris R. from Iowa
    ckrobinson01@hotmail.com

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  58. Oh, that scarecrow is a HOOT for sure!! What a creative idea!! LOVE IT

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  59. LeAnne, this scarecrow is so cute! Love the Reese's Pieces legs and all of the other creative features! Thanks again for sharing your inspirational ideas with all of us!

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  60. Your project is too cute Leanne--love how you took your idea from a card and translated it into an adorable 3D item! =-) Thanks for sharing!

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  61. Thanx for sharing...SO VERY CUTE!!

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  62. That scarecrow is just too cute, LeAnne!

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  63. I love your scarecrow....it's so cute!!

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  64. What a cute crow. Love his legs! Yum!

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  65. Cute, cute, cute!! It's so nice to see a fellow demonstrator who is creating nice, child-friendly Halloween projects that are just fun (instead of all of the scary, gory stuff.) I really enjoy reading your blog and seeing the photos of your precious little helper. I think you have a future stamper in training!
    Thanks for sharing your projects with us. :)

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  66. OMG ... what a super fabulous project ... love what you have done here creating that cute little scarecrow ...creative, gorgeous and fabulous ... thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  67. I love the scarecrow, I may have to case this for an upcoming craft show.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Kim

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  68. This guy is adorable. Who would ever eat his legs?

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  69. Loving you punch art! Goes right along with the Kentucky regional and Holly Linfords demonstration! Love it! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Jessica Taylor
    jessicadklein4@yahoo.com
    7022031358 cell

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  70. Super cute scarecrow! And awesome blog candy. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  71. LeAnne, your scarecrow with the Reese's pieces legs is absolutely adorable. What a clever treat for Halloween! Besides your granddaughter being beautiful, you're also very generous with your blog candy offer. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  72. Debbie G
    Just adorable !!!!
    debbieanng at yahoo dot com

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  73. I see you are still making fantastic projects ! Dont visit you often enough..... but just enough to keep an eye on you LOL
    Hugs
    Tracy

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  74. What a fun way to celebrate FALL! Must file this in my "to CASE" file! Love all the little details ... especially the shading on the coat! Super cute, LeAnne. Hugs xx

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  75. Hi Leanne, That scarecrow is just adorable and so is your daughter! I've never done any "punch art" before, but this makes me want to try it.

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  76. I can't wait to make my own Scarecrow -- your's is fantastic!!!

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  77. What an Adorable project. Cute, cute, cute.
    ColleenB.

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  78. Leanne, your designs always amaze me! So creative....and yes I always lose my shoe in the leaves....just something about them. Great pictures!

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  79. What a cute idea for a candy holder. Cute little Cassidy pic!

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  80. Cutest. Scarecrow. Ever. And yummiest too! :)

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  81. How about a turkey pattern? Will have to keep for next year..I guess I could still use now ...thanks...your little girl is really growing up fast. I have been watching your blog since she was born.

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  82. Love, love, love the scarecrow. I would really like to have the details on how you created him. He is super cute. Thanks for the change to win blog candy which is always an extra bonus.

    terriesham@gmail.com

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  83. Oh that Scarecrow and Pumpkin are just precious. . . great legs too. The most precious is your grand-
    daughter. She a cutie pie.

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  84. Your scarecrow is adorable. I love how you chose the Reese's Pieces...great fall colors on the entire project. Happy to be a new follower from the Hop!
    :O)
    Jessica

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  85. I really enjoy your blog. I have a grandson one month younger than Cassidy. I have really enjoyed all the pictures of her and watching her grow!

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  86. What a simple idea with a big WOW factor.

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  87. Your projects are so adorable. Very creative - love them!!! You could also adapt them for Christmas. Thanks for sharing!

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  88. Absolutely love this scarecrow! Thanks so much for sharing it. And for the chance to win candy. (love the pictures of your adorable little girl too :)
    Beth
    bethbeaty at gmail dot com

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  89. OK this is way too clever and cute. ( but not as cute as your granddaughter) I love all the detail of the fringe, the bird. So adorable.

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  90. Fabulous scarecrow, great idea. Carol x

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  91. I love the work you do!! Everything you do is wonderful! And I even enjoy seeing pictures of your cute granddaughter.
    This scarecrow is soooo stinkin cute!

    Tiff
    tk57761@gmail.com

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  92. Love the scarecrow.
    sdhutch92598@sbcglobal.net

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  93. What a cute scarecrow!! Thanks for sharing your awesome creativity and for the chance at sweet blog candy!!
    mrs.cassandra.king@gmail.com

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  94. I love blog candy and your crow is super cute too!

    S. Ferguson
    ferguson(dot)susan1@gmail(dot)com

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  95. So cute! Will put these on my list for next years must do projects!
    Stampcz@frontier.com

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  96. He's so cute!I think I'm going to have to buy some of those skinny bags. Thanks for sharing him.

    Karen Cozatt
    karen.cozatt@yahoo.com

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  97. Oh. My. Gosh! That is so stinkin' clever and cute. Thanks for giving us all the details. This cute little guy was meant to be CASE'd year-after-year. TFS!

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  98. Hi Leanne! Oh so cute! Love your scarecrow and his Reese's legs. You are so clever! So festive and fun and great inspiration.
    Kelly

    kelly_wentling@yahoo.com

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  99. Luv it! I've just gotta get some of those bags SOON!
    Sheri
    sherik421@gmail.com

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  100. What an adorable little scarecrow! You are so creative!

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  101. Darling scarecrow. I love using these little treat bags.
    Love your blog, such inspirations.

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  102. Oh my love your project!! What a cute scarecrow! Those cello bags are great!

    Christy
    triathletecece@yahoo.com

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  103. Forgot to give you my contact information in the previous comment.
    Sorry.
    ckb_49@yahoo.com
    ColleenB.

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  104. Love it!! What a super cute idea!

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  105. Love the scarecrow. I enjoy reading your blog every day...especially seeing the pics of your granddaughter...such a cutie!

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  106. Such a cute little girl! No wonder you have such cute ideas! it's only natural!
    Toodles,
    CandyCC

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  107. He is just adorable LeAnne! Great pix of Cassidy too - she's growing up so fast! ~chris

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  108. Your little candy gifts are too stinking cut! and so is that baby girl. OMG

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  109. Oh I for got
    Patrice H @ try god 20 @ verizon.net

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  110. Such a cute little scarecrow and them little legs got some of my favorite candy!!!
    bgubbels@cableone.net

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  111. How totally adorable! Awesome idea. Ingenius way to use the new cello bags. Thx for the chance. Gin.grogan@gmail.com

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  112. Love that little scarecrow but I think the young lady is even cuter! She looks like she is a lot of fun!

    Robbie

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  113. OMG your granddaughter is the cutest thing I have ever seen, those little rosy cheeks & that cheeky little smile... I could just eat her up.... LOL that is just a saying. Love all your projects, you have nice style & I love visiting daily to see what you have for us next. :)

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  114. I'd love to win those stamps...I like your clean and simple style of cards. Very attractive.

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  115. Cassidy has really learned to pose! So cute and precious. Love the little scarecrow....and CANDY! Blessings, Diane

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  116. Love this scarecrow!! My mind is thinking about Christmas. How about Santa's elves or even Santa himself. How cute would they be for school or church Christmas parties. Gotta make them. Thanks LeAnne. You are always an inspiration........

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