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So You Think You're Crafty: Week Four

Did anyone guess which project was mine? I'm sure my super secret model didn't give any clues at all.



Once again I was smack dab in the middle of the pack. Neither the best nor the worst. I'm wondering how long a person can hang on this way?

This weeks and next weeks projects I'm nervous about. Not because they are bad crafts. I think both of them are excellent ideas, I just can't deliver well. If I had the camera, the energy and the brain cells with which to advertise my product I am confident they would be fantastic. But I am a woman of limited means. :)

Anywho. Go over and vote.... see if you can spot which one is mine. Here's the link-- SYTYC.

My model was fantastic last week! I got some awesome pictures of her dramatic littleness that I just couldn't wait to show on my blog.


Isn't she just fabulous?!

Okay, so my brain cell shortage has made me exceptionally tired the last few days, so I am going to go zone out on my bed or something.


But tell me what you voted for.

-C

Comments

I voted for you! This craft looks way complicated! Very impressive!

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