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Monday Give-A-Way & Blog Hop

TGIM!  Glad to have you here for the 
Monday Give-A-Way & Blog Hop 
EAD Designs
You should be here from Miss Roses's Blog, but don't forget to stop by EAD Blog and check out the prize for this week and to leave a comment :)
For this week's project I decided to create a layout using the
Sweet Nothings Rubons
A load of fun colors to choose from...I chose mine in brown.

Fun, right?
If you're looking for an unique and inexpensive way to dress up cards, scrapbook pages and home decor, look no further than can also customize your own vinyl!
Okay, now it's time to hop on over to Amy's fab blog.
Thanks for hopping with us!


  1. Beautiful job Shellye!! Love your fabulous LO!!

  2. oh man i LOVE those rub-ons!!! This is darling! :)

  3. Very sweet layout--the rub ons look great in brown.

  4. love this layout Shellye!!!!! It's awesome!!

  5. AWESOME Layout! I am hopping along today and am a follower of your blog. TFS and have a GREAT Day,
    Me-Ma Kim

  6. Great job! The rub-on sentiment looks great!

    missstamper (at)

  7. Great job! I really love the colors :)


  8. Beautiful! This is such a beautiful layout! TFS! {hugs!} Lauren

  9. Gorgeous layout Shellye, fabulous job :)

  10. Lovely layout! Great use of the rub-on.

  11. Hi Shellye, I am a new follower on the blog, I found you through the blog hop. I love your layout, thanks for sharing. Karen♥

  12. Really wonderful project, Shellye. Always love your work!

  13. Great creation! I love to see all the neat things Ead have for me to love!

  14. These stickers (font and style) are right up my alley. Cool that they have multiple colors.


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