Monday, October 19, 2015

Blog Trains (Updated)

Hi, everyone! Can't believe that I'm posting the final blog trains for October. I've got three trains for you. First up is the Digi Blog Train - Stevens Johnson Awareness. Here's my part...



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Dreamn4ever Designs - you are here

Next is the Scrappin' Your ♥ Out Blog Train - Autumn in the City. Here's my part...



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Blog roll:

Dreamn4ever Designs - you are here

And, finally, is the O'Scrap Blog Train - Chills & Thrills. Here's my part...


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Blog roll:

Dreamn4ever Designs - you are here

Enjoy!

Hugs,
Pauline







11 comments:

  1. Pauline, once again, beautiful blog trains!! They are beautiful, generous and colors!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  2. I've loved the glitter of Scrappin' Your ♥ Blog Train. The 2 glitter plus 2 leaves monochrome prints and stripes. This set 5 papers game is much more versatile, you can do so many things!
    The whole fabric of yoyo with the "eyelet trim" matching Ohhhhh, please use them matched edge in most kits from now, they are so beautiful together!
    Thank you very much for this wonderful Bundle.
    Besitos desde España <3

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  3. Thanks so much for all your hard work and generosity. These kits are so pretty.

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  4. Love the kits thanks for creating and sharing

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  5. The chills and thrills papers are amazing!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  6. All three are amazing, thank you so very much!!

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  7. Goodness three very different kits to work with that are just so enticing to view. Oh wow!!! Thank you so so much!!!!!

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  8. Thank you sooooooo much for the SJS Awareness blog train. A dear friend of mine had this reaction to an overdose of chemo meds - it nearly killed her then, and it has significantly reduced her choices for medications to fight her cancer from this point forward. It created blisters not only in her mouth and esophagus, but also on the palms of her hands and the soles of her feet - she spent two weeks in a hospital burn unit, going through the very painful treatment that you think of with third- and fourth-degree burns.

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