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Craft Hoarders Anonymous /New Design Team

There is a new design team in town!  Craft Hoarders Anonymous.  Created by none other than Gloria Stengel!
There will be challenges once she gets everything lined up.

If you're interested here are the details:

...the Design Team Call deadline! If you wish to apply, click HERE to read all about it! 

How about we have some fun while we wait?! Here is a little vintage-inspired prize pack up for grabs. 



All you need to do is SHARE about the new blog and the DT call. Simple as that! Once you share (on your blog, in emails to your crafty friends, via Facebook or Twitter, on a message board, etc.), come back here and post a comment telling us how you shared! 

Everyone who leaves a comment will have her (or his) name tossed into the "hat" for a Random Draw! Link us to your blog and show us that you posted our blog badge on your own blog and you will get your name entered twice! (HERE is the badge.)

Winner gets the prize! We will announce the winner on January 17th.

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