LGC Blog Party: Day 3

Today is the third and final day of the Lucky Girl Crafts blog party and your final chance to win! We are celebrating this amazing kit:

And here are my final two layouts – I actually made boy pages! The really great thing about this kit is that while one side of the paper has flowers, the other has a neutral so it is super versatile!

I think are kids our pretty lucky to have pets because I was never allowed growing up. Keegan is pretty fond of the dogs even though he can’t help but tease them a bit.

This second page is also about Keegan. The poor guy has so much energy pent up and since it’s been too cold to go outside and burn it off, it’s been surfacing in the wrong ways – picking on his sisters, breaking toys, getting into things he’s not supposed to. But I understand and made this page about all the things I imagine he wishes to be doing instead…rainy day dreams.

Want a Lucky Girl kit of your own? Check out February’s fantastic special:

Get 15% off any prepaid Lucky Girl Crafts subscription – available in 3, 6 and 12 month options when you use code LOVE2SCRAP at check out

For international orders, please contact Jessica by e-mailing your order to jasafras98@yahoo.com

Here’s how you can win $7 lucky bucks to the store:

Earn 1 entry for referring a friend to the LGC blog party
Earn 1 entry for answering my question : Tell a story from your childhood involving a pet or any animal.
Earn 10 entries for the giveaways on all of the Lucky Girl Crafts Blog Party when you place any order between now and February 3!

Be sure to visit all of the Lucky Girls to check out all of the amazing projects created with the Kid at Heart kit and to have an ever greater chance of winning. Each of us has lucky bucks to give away – are you feeling Lucky?

Sabrina
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6 thoughts on “LGC Blog Party: Day 3

  1. LOOOOOOOOVE these LOs–I really like that first one (all that white space!)!! FAB!!I lived on a farm-so we had TONS of animals. I remember one time I was playing with the cows, and Frosty (2,000 lbs) jumped on top of me. I could have died, but I was lucky!

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