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And the winners are....

 
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Altered Pages Fall & Halloween Blog Hop.  We appreciate all of the comments and the support you have given to Altered Pages and the design team. 
 
 
The winners of the free digital collage sheet are:
 
 
Barbara Rankin
 
Susan Guzy
 
Nicie Ibarra
 
Nan G.
 
Lyneen
 
Brenda Brown
 
Lisa (Lisa's Scrap Site)
 
Marlene
 
Carla
 
Katrina
 
Becky (Scrap-A Teeny-Girl)
 
Silvia
 
Elaine A
 
Kim MJ/Bast
 
Debi
 
The Grand Prize Winner of the Scissor Mouse is......
 
Barbara Rankin
 
Congratulations everyone!  To claim your prizes please email Jean at:  artsociates@gmail.com with the subject heading of "Blog Hop Winner" and she will get your prize to you.  
 


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  1. Congratulations to all of the winners! Thanks for taking the time to hop with us. Hope everyone enjoyed all of the creations and are inspired to create some of your own.

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  2. Thank you all so very much for hopping with us! I hope you enjoyed yourselves! Congratulations to the winners!!!!

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  3. Congratulations everyone that is FABULOUS!!!

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  4. Yahooo you all are winners... ENJOY!!! it was such fun..

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  5. Congratulations and thank you for taking the time to look at my blog and leave such lovely comments xx

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  6. Wonderful participants with wonderful art! Thanks to everyone for playing along and thanks to our Fabulous Design Team for helping make this a fun hop. Jean

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  7. YIKES my name is on the list!!!!!! THANKS!!!! Great hop!!!

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  8. Yikes! Is right! My name is on the list too!! Yahoo! I love these collage sheets. Thank you! Enjoyed the hop and I'll continue to follow everyone!

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  9. Congratulations to all the winners! Enjoy your goodies!

    :)

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