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Guess what... 
I'm on Ranger's Blog today...EEK!  
If you pop into my blog enough you know I love my Ranger stuff and I have A LOT!  How the heck did I get on their blog for a Guest Post!  Here's how it went down.  I was on Instagram stalking and I saw one of my favorite bloggers iGirlZoe.  She is amazing and she was a Guest Blogger for Ranger.  I made a quip if they ever needed someone to let me know.  Next thing I know here I am!  


To see more of my project and check out all my fun step by step techniques pop over to Ranger's Blog.  I'd love to hear what you think!

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  1. Nicole, it is a fantastic tutorial and I love your finished panel. Huge congratulations for being featured on Ranger !!! Hugs, Anne xx

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  2. loved your tutorial on the ranger site! fabulous project :)

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  3. So Awesome, Nicole! I'm popping right over to see what you're sharing!

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  4. Nicole you are rock! Congrats, your tutorial is amazing! BArbarayaya

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