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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Guest Scribblers Spotlight #1 for March

A big hello to all our friends out there in blogland! It is the second Saturday of March and that means it is time for our next Guest Scribblers Spotlight! After this one, there is just one more showcase left in this first quarter of the year and then we will have some brand new guests joining us in April.

Right now though, it is time to showcase some more lovely designs from our current wonderful guests, Berni and Pippa! Get ready to be inspired with some awesome projects for two special occasions that will be here before we know it!

For Berni's fabulous St. Patrick's Day card she has used...
#910 Pot of Gold
For Pippa's awesome Easter gift bag she has used...
Easter Eggs #2

Have Berni and Pippa provided you with the inspiration you need to get designing something special using Scribbles Designs? 
Well, if they have, we'd love to see what you create!
Be sure to pop over and say 'hi' to these talented ladies.
You can find each of them by clicking on their respective headers.

If you are interested in purchasing any of the images featured in today's post,
click on the watermarks to find them in the store.

 Would you like to become a future Guest Scribbler?  
If so, leave your name and blog address so we have a way to find you!

That is it for this Guest Scribbler Spotlight. Please join us again on March 15th when we'll be back with the start of our newest challenge! For now though, you still have a few days left to enter our current challenge with the theme of "Baby It's Cold Outside". Click HERE to head to that post and find out what you need to know for entering.

Well that is it for this one. Happy crafting until we meet again!

1 comment:

  1. These are absolutely wonderful ladies
    Diane Louise
    (Scribbles DT) xx


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