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Pinque Peacock June Blog Hop!


Today I'm thrilled to be participating in Pinque Peacock's June Blog hop!

Jessica outdid herself this month, because the products are just amazing.  Really! Take a close look at the wonderful stick pin I used on my FireCracker Mini Bag:


Isn't the start wonderful?  It's a GORGEOUS bead.


You can find directions for making this awesome mini bag:



If you haven't hopped yet, you will want to.  Start on the Pinque Peacock blog:


If you follow along and join in the fun, you will qualify for this month prize package:

THIS PRIZE IS AWESOME!

Read all about qualifying over on the Pinque Peacock blog

Well, I don't want to keep you...it's supposed to be a gorgeous Sunday here.  Hope you are experiencing some really wonderful weather too.

Anyway, just click below and you'll be on your way!



Comments

Julie Odil said…
I love this, my friend!
morentin1326 said…
what an awesome creation...I am a follower of both you and Pinque Peacock and of you, of your fb and Pinque Peacock fb page, and your blog and Pinque Peacock blog... What an awesome hop...
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Super cute bag!! Love the paper combo and use of Pinque Peacock product!!
Pinquette Shelley
SusieScrapper said…
Your mini bag is just darling, love it!!

Susie
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Anonymous said…
OMG this is so cute! Love that stick pin Jess created!! Your mini bag is fantastic makes me want to start making 4th of July stuff
ScrapYourWorld said…
love it! thanks for sharing the Mini bag creation and the link too!!
Paula
Sugarlips said…
The bag is adorable. I definitely will go check out the directions and the pin is perfect :)
Unknown said…
Thanks for sharing your project as well as the instructions! It's BEAUTIFUL! New to Pinque Peacock, I can tell I will be a regular customer! Your bag is so beautiful, especially with the added Pinque Peacock elements! Magnificent!
Donna K said…
You're always full of something fun and new lady! This is adorable... such a cute idea!! Thanks so much for sharing the tut as well!! Hope you've had a grand weekend. So happy to hop along with you!! ~DK
Unknown said…
Love the mini bag.... too cute :)
~Rhonda
Unknown said…
Love this bag. It is such a fabulous idea. Great use of the products as well. I am a follower of course! TFS~Mary
Fabulous bag. Love the papers. And of course that pin. TFS
Nupur said…
ooo my gorgeous as always...truly beautiful...and creative...:D
Salnclts said…
How cute! I love the paper and the sentiment!!
An'Jenic G. said…
Rebecca you are so right. Jessica ROCKED this new release. Your little mini bag turned out so cute. I love the stick pin you used. TFS AJ-

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