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Thursday, 21 February 2008

Day 12 of 100 Freebies

Password is 100freebies

Hello again and thanks for poping back. This kit has already grown to the size of a nice little mini kit (well, in my terms anyway, hehe). Its hard to believe there are still just shy of 90 days to go. Thats another 88 freebies for you all to collect. Wohoooo

Today I have some gorgeous glittery swirls for you. I love glitter and pretty girly things. Comes of being the eldest of five and four of us girls and all we ever had was hand me downs so glamour and glitz are a biggie for me.

You can imagine how happy I was to have a daughter after two boys but oh dear, what did I eat while I was carrying her???? She has to be the biggest 'tomboy' going, lol. Theres nothing 'girly' about my Elly, except those eyes and that smile, hehe

Ah well, on to your freebie. You can grab it here or click on the preview

And here is another lo with the Grandad Kit. This one is from Blossom Amy. Isn't that baby just gorgeous.

Well folks, thats all from me for today.


Boo x


Sharon aka Scrapcat4914 said...

Hi Boo!!!
Boy do I ever know where your coming from I'm the oldest too I & being raised on a farm we were pretty poor so all I ever had was hand me down's from cousin's or clothes made out of grain bags!!!
Don't laugh back than I hated it but boy I'd give a million dollars to have that lovely material now!!!!
TY so very much for this AWESOME glitter!!!!!!!

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

Anonymous said...

Hi Boo,
thank you for sharing 100 freebies and more with us. I like your style.
Doro from Germany

xashee's corner said...

Thank you so very much for these AWESOME goodies! This is so much fun, watching this kit unfold!! Have a GREAT day :D

HarleyGirl said...

thank you, I love glittery, swirly things lol lol

Lisa said...

Beautiful layout from Amy! Thank you for another part of this gorgeous kit, you are too kind!

the world according to the krugers said...

Wow, my great grandmother is celebrating her 100th birthday this year too! 1908 must have been a good year!