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Hay there! Let's head to the farm and the countryside this month! We are showcasing many wonderful and fun farm critters and lifestyles with our super cute kit this month! So jump on the hay wagon and travel along to all the wonderful blogs to see what they have cooked up in our country kitchen today to inspire you and knock your socks off! 

Head over to the Flavor of the Month page and grab yourself a kit or a subscription today! Thanks for stopping in and ya'll come back now, ya hear!

Make sure you enter that Rafflecopter for a chance to win the prize for this month. 
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Hi there crafty friends,
I am super excited to be a guest designer this month for one of my favorite people!  Teresa at Scrapping for Less!  I just love their kits.  I have created two super cute cards for you today.   I hope you enjoy!  Be sure to head over to their store and pick up one of these AMAZING CARD KITS!



Love and Laughter,

Michelle
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  1. Hi Michelle:) I had to drop a quick note and let you know how much I loooove your beautiful sequins!! And also I looove your cards:) Sooo adorable!! I think great minds think alike cause' I had made a "cow in a pocket" card too:) At first I thought to myself "What are you thinking..a cow in a pocket..really?? But I went ahead and made it, the pockets were too cute and...crazy is as crazy does, that's me:) Now I know I am not the only crazy lady cardmaker out there, lol:) I am so glad you are guest designing this month:) Have a super lovely day! Hugs, Tina

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  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE your sequins! The flower ones from last month's kit are by far my favorite! Your cards are utterly adorable! I am so happy that you joined us as a Guest DT for this month's hop!

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  4. Oh Kennedy I first need to thank you for always creating such beautiful sequin mixes for us every month! I have to be honest it is one of my most favorite and looked forward to product in the kits! Just beautiful and your cards by no suprise are just as stunning! TFS ♥

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  5. Michelle thanks so much for your wonderful talent and very hard work putting the sequins together every month! I am very happy you are a constant in our kit! Thanks so much for sharing with us this month as a guest designer! Love your cards...cannot wait to see more!

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