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Love your colored notebook cover, but the distractible you is a wowser! Thank you for sharing.
Yes they are totally you! Good job and I too would be distracted by a sparkly chicken!
Robin in Washington State
great sense of humor!
Nice book cover. I love the chicken, too!
Great notebook cover and I love your sparkly chicken!! Made me smile!!!
What a great notebook!I love both versions. The chicken is just so cute! Great job!
I like the notebook cover, a really useful use of the picture. I like the wall hanging too. brilliant. Will have to have a go at crayon colouring.
Love the quilted notebook cover what a great use for your Mini Me quilt. Thanks for sharing. Susie x
Both made me laugh! Great job!
The notebook cover is good, but distractable you is awesome. I love the sparkly chicken. Made my day!
I love the distractible you. You are fabulous. Thanks for sharing
Great job ....did you like using the "crayons"...I have not tried that yet but I hear it is allot of fun....
how delightful images...the chicken did it for me too lol
Love both projects - thanks for sharing.
Both are wonderful! Thanks for sharing.
I love both ladies.....love the blue hair and the sparkly chicken...yes...I would be distracted too!
Both ladies are wonderful, you did a fantastic job. Love the chicken...
So much imagination!!!!!
Great projects. So creative. Love all of them.
I want to see a room filled with sparkly chickens! :)
I love what you've done with 'yourself,' dahling. LOVE the sparkly chicken and all the ways you made this pattern your own! :)
I think all chickens need bling - rock on:)
I got a good laugh with you this morning! Both of your "portraits" are cute and funny! Great job!
Such a fun post and a great way to start my morning with a laugh. Love the two YOU's and the yellow chicken. The pencil closer was a great idea!
Fun, fun, fun!
Both projects are great! Thanks for being part of the hop.
Bravo- love both the cover and the wall hanging!
very nice changes to the pattern!
What fun projects and love the sparkly chickens!
Your ladies were very nice! Really like that cover and your pencil holders!
your self portrait looks great on your notebook cover. both versions are so fun. seems like the sparkly chicken is a hit.
I love the chicken! We have lots of chickens around here and they can be quite distracting! I also love that notebook cover, especially with the pencil closure. Well done!
Too cute on both projects! Looks like you were having a lot of fun working with the pattern.
Love your version of the AB pattern- refreshingly different!
Well I surely thought the Distractible you would surely make one of the top honors for today... It did on my list! Great job!
I LOVE your 2 gals. And thanks for the notebook cover link.(Love the blue hair)
Oh, there goes a chicken...I get it!! I SOOO get it...oh there goes a rabbit!
Both of your YOU's are great. I like the notebook cover. I have some of that wavy purple and red fabric too from several years ago.
How fun! Thanks for sharing!
I must say.....SUPER CUTE GIRL ! WAY TO GO !
CUTE CUTE!! perfect! Love the bangs!! and smile!! and link....thanks!!!
Hi!!! Love your lady!!! Love the chicken and the hair!!! So much fun!!! Thank You
I really like the adorable notebook cover. The wavy fabric is terrific. I'm glad that you finished that block even though no one thinks it looks like you. You are a very creative lady, with the pencil closure, the chicken, the glitz, the embrodiery, the symbolism of corn dog boxes. Thanks for sharing about yourself as well as the project. Hope to see you in more hops.
I love both projects!
Thank you for sharing!
These are truly adorable! The chicken is awesome!! Great job!
Superb! From reading your post it sounds as if you had a great time filled with giggles and love! Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
Enjoyed your fun blog. Thanks for sharing and I think the corn dog back ground would have been great.
Notebook cover is great...but soooo love the wallhangin' best!!! Lol!!! My daughter would looove it even more...the chicken is amazing!!!
Thanks for the chuckles...your story is soooo fun! :)
The notebook cover and wall hanging are great!! Loved the pic of you with blue hair!
Love both of your quilty ladies and that chicken is lots of fun.
love love your distractible lady! very cute, thank's for sharing with us
Rosemary B here: I love both of these buuuut I adore the second YOU the most. Good grief this is adorable! You are so cute, and snazzy, and that chicken is really funny.
Oh my I am very distractable too.... it is a cross we must bear
Both your versions are so creative and fun. Thanks for the smiles!
Gotta love a sparkling chicken!
Well I love them both! From the blue hair to the sparkly chicken to the glasses - both are wonderful! blessings, marlene
I am loving this hop and each unique Ms. Biased. Your book cover is very clever. That sparkly chicken is uber cute! Thank you for participating. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts...
Cute ideas. Love the book cover.
Very neat that you made 2 of you. Each of them with a different hairdo and each with it's own twist. Both of them are lovely.
Love that sparkly chicken on the second one! Do love the bangs on the first. Good job on both!!
The notebook cover is great, especially with the pencil holder closure! Awesome! And the wallhanging!!! How CUTE!!! LOVE the chicken! I have friends raising chicks now, so know how easily they can distract anyone! Great job!
Hahaha, I love the sparkly chicken. Guaranteed to distract most of us tbh.
Your sparkly chicken is a winner! Both of your projects are too cute.
I also made a notebook cover. Check it out if you have time. Jane
Very nice, love the chicken! good job!
totally love the hair!!! This is such a fun hop, my day is here http://blog.patsloan.com/2013/02/its-all-about-mmm-me-you-who.html
Terrific notebook cover. I especially like blue hair and the pen closure.
Your Distractable Me is awesome. Love the sparkly chicken. I've checked out a couple of your links. Great stuff and wonderfully fun stories. Thanks for sharing.
Hehe, so cool! Love that chicken too!
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