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Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine- Tuesday with the Team

Guess where I call home!  I am so excited to let you know all my begging paid off and I will be spending the next year designing with Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine.
My focus with them will be using my Sizzix dies... of course while designing with various products.  For some reason I wanted to really challenge myself and I am excited to get creative.

Be sure to pop over to the Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine blog to check out a tutorial on my Remembrance Day inspired project.


Be sure to follow them on Social Media where you will see my stuff and more.  Including weekly giveaways.  



 
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  1. congratulations Nicole!! I'll go check out your tutorial. =)

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  2. I cannot believe you did any begging - I bet they tracked you down - huge congratulations Nicole, I am so thrilled for you! Off to have a look now.... xx

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    1. Well, I did a little Anne...It is a magazine ;)

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  3. Congrats Nicole, that's excellent news! x

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  4. wow that's awesome !
    Congratulations

    cant wait to see what you dream up!

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    1. I have been dreaming up a few things Lesli...busy working away!

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  5. Fantastic Nicole. Congratulations on your wonderful news.

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