Saturday, September 11, 2010

Me Times Three

I'd like to start off today's post with a moment of silence...........
In remembrance of all the innocent souls who lost their lives through an act of terrorism nine years ago. You are not forgotten and the nation still grieves for you, your families, and the heros in New York who fell in the line of duty trying to rescue you.

Back to Our Regular Programming Now....and on a much a happier note....
I've been showing up all over the place, and traveling around the blogisphere lately that I've logged quite a lot of digital miles lately! My bloggy friends were so nice to host me☺ and I'd love it if you popped in and told them hello! They are all great ladies, as I'm sure you can tell by the high quality of guests they have:) and I'm sure they'd love to meet you!
The Frame Franatic featured my Sweet Memories Frame. She's, you guessed it, a big fan of frames and quite talented too! She just opened an Etsy shop. I love her cute designs that feature pretty papers combined with the sweet little buttons.
My new partner for A Crafty Soiree Malia, featured an interview with me for her Behind the Blog series. So if you'd like to know more about me, cause I know you don't get enough here, be sure you pop on by!
And just last week I did a guest post on Maryanne's blog Scrappy Gifts and featured three of my older projects that you might have missed the first time around. So be sure to check it out!

Thanks ladies!!! It's my honor and privilege to be a part of your blogs!

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5 Friends Said:

Shelley said...

I am your newest follower from the Saturday Blog Hop. Your family is beautiful. I hope you can follow me back at http://mylifeadventurebyme.blogspot.com/2010/09/saturday-blog-hop.html.
God Bless,
Shelley

Christy said...

I'll have to check out MeX3! I caught the other two, yay!
Thanks for catching the cinnamon on my post, it's only 2 total, not 4. :O) I got a little carried away I guess. They could stand alone, sort of like a banana bread, especially if you add plenty of apples. If they think it's dry, you could always add cream cheese frosting from the can (cream cheese and apples are good), or dip it in melted butter, and cinnamon sugar to coat (like the muffins, another great apple recipe if you want to steer clear of frosting).
I also forgot to say-I printed the face from Amazon where the 'real plates' were sold. I just copied, and made it larger. It worked out well.

Jen said...

Aww thank you for mentioning my blog and etsy shop! You are so sweet! Congrats on being featured 3 times! What an accomplishment! :0)

Jen @ [Frame Fanatic]

Nichol said...

How fun Katie, I'm going to check them out:)

malia said...

Hi Katie, Thanks for including me in your post! And congrats on your Adori position too (-:

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