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Wednesday, 21 May 2008

Day 99......


Wohoooooooooooo
Its Day 99 and its almost completed.
Here's todays goody for you. Some gorgeous sloppy joe ribbons and some gorgeous paper flowers/ Grab them here or click the preview. Password is 100freebies

So, lets take a nostalgic look back over the last 100 Days and see just how big this kit became, lol.

Day 1 to 10

Day 11 to 20

Day 21 to 30

Day 31 to 40

Day 41 to 49

Day 51 to 60
Day 61 to 70
Day 71 to 80

I lost the preveiw for Days 81 to 90 but I'm sure if you scroll back enough you'll find it, lol

Day 91 to 99

and this was our half way mark. Day 50

Wowserssssssss. Can you believe we made it this far? Are you ready for one more Whoppa of a Day? Tomorrows treats promise to be the biggest giveaway EVER on a blog in one day so don't miss it. See you back here for the biggest fun yet.

Hugs

Boo x

6 comments:

Cailinevelyn said...

Really really beutiful kit. Thank you very much for sharing this.
I am looking forward the photos of my family decorated with your kit.

Maria said...

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

lark said...

This kit has been awesome. Love it. Look forward to tomorrow. Thanks so much for sharing your talents.

JillSF said...

magnificent kit!! I will be so sorry that there will be no more after you post No. 100. Thanks heaps for all the wonderful parts.

cindiaskew said...

This kit has been so much fun and i've loved sharing this time with you. appreciate your labors and talent. tyfs

Tasha said...

Thank You and a Story:

I am so impressed with your kits and this amazing commemoration kit. I can't believe how you did so much and were able to keep track of all of it! Thank you so much for all that you have created and shared.

Living 100 years is incredible too. Give my best to your Grandpa! My Grandma is now 90 and has alzheimers. She seems to lose things in the house, so for her BD, I made a 3'x4' poster of 192 2.5" square pix, printed at Kinko's, matted on foam core, so she couldn't lose it. She loved it. Her boyfriend of 20 years took care of everything for her, but he just passed away and now the poster has mysteriously disappeared. She can't remember. Go figure?

Best wishes to enjoying the sound of your Grandpa's voice. It is so nice to hear my Grandma's voice and I tell her all the stories she told me long ago, most of which she has forgotten now. We are lucky to have our family.

Thank you for putting the old files up. I thought I had them all, but I was missing a few. I'm missing one that is not up. It is the stars #29 and the link to the original file is not active now. When you said 100 days, I thought it would be one freebie a day, but you have been awesome in your abundance of sharing. Thanks a HUNDRED!

All the best.
Hugs,
Tasha