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Pink and Green Swap


Sarah, from Blue CASTLE, hosted a “pink and green swap” where we were paired up with another blogger who had similar bents/ interests and swapped a bunch of pink and green things.  Well, I think I scored “big” when they set me up with Corrie of CoCoJ Designs.  

There was green thread

and pink thread.. and a cute flower pin.. (which I wore last Sunday and got lots of neat comments) which I noticed that she is selling in her ETSY shop.

and this cute fabric house design/ mini-mural Joshua 24:5, which I plan to attach to an apron.

And a bar of soap in a sponge bag, some pink marshmallows, homemade greeting cards, a bracelet AND a fridge magnet.  I would highly encourage anyone to go to here etsy shop and check it out.  Let’s support Christian mommy bloggers in their businesses, OK?  

Her style is so…freestyle and fun!  She takes risks, and they work!  After looking at her crafts, I’m inspired to be a little less stuffy and let loose.. and have more FUN with my crafts.  Maybe that’s why I have a basement full of fabric?  I’m waiting for something big to come along.  I can tell that she doesn’t let a day pass and she’s crafting her heart out, just enjoying the moment–the colors, the fabrics, the happiness of it all.  

Thanks Sarah for hosting this.  I would do it again.  Ooooh, I can’t wait to see what everyone got!

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