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Surprize Birthday Blog Candy

This Saturday is my Birthday so I have decided to give away some blog candy. I have several extra sets of the Mark's Finest Papers stamps issued during the last few months, and MFP told them to give them away as blog candy.

To win, all you have to do is leave a comment wishing me Happy Birthday and tell me which of the MFP cards I posted this week was your favorite. I will draw a winner randomly on Monday so check back to see if you won. If you are on the MFP DT already and are selected, I will make sure and send you something else fun!

Tonight, my youngest daughter and I had dinner to celebrate my birthday - here is a picture of me while I am still one year younger - LOL!



  1. Just wanted to pop in to say a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! You look fabulous!! :) No need to enter me in the drawing, but I love everything that you do!! You're very creative!! :) HUGS

  2. Well happy birthday you young thang!! You look more like your daughter's sister than her mother! Woot!
    My favorite card is definitely that pine branch swag card you posted just yesterday! It blew me away! I love how you assembled the swag! Wishing you a year filled with wonderful and special joy! ((hugs))

  3. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, my Punchkateer friend. I didn't realize it was your birthday....bad me, no card for you. I'm feeling very ashamed. :-( You would know I love that SNOWMAN tag you did. If there is a snowman in the mix, you know that will be my pick, right? Ha
    Have a fabulous birthday. Your photo looks awesome. I think you are growing younger and prettier by the year.

  4. Happy Birthday, such a fabulous photograph - I hope you enjoyed your Birthday dinner.
    My favourite MFP card has to be the one with the adorable little owl.
    I hope you have a fabulous day.

  5. Hi Nancy, I haven't been on line much and commenting much because...I just had eye surgery, and It's difficult to be on the computer these days. but I can see how pretty you are on your great photograph...thanks so much for sharing. As I said, I have not been on the computer much lately...but I just saw that adorable snowman tag...Loved it. (I like all your work!)

  6. Happy, Happy Birthday to you!! Wishing you a great year ahead too :) Think the snowman tag is my favorite - simply adorable - with the watermelon one a close second. Hope you can carry birthday celebrations over through the weekend ;)

  7. Happy Birthday to you, Nancy, and many, many more!! Please don't include me in your generous offer of candy ... I just wanted to wish you a spectacular day!! Enjoy! Hugs, Darnell

  8. Happy, happy Birthday!!!! Hope you're having a beautiful and fun day today!
    Um.....that's really hard to say which set is my favorite but I DO love those Pine boughs! All your cards for the hop were wonderful.

  9. Happy, happy birthday Nancy and many more! Wishing you many more filled with love, good healthy and happiness!

  10. Happy Birthday...And thank you for your sweet comments on my blog, so happy to came to visit! Spent some time looking at you amazing creations. I will be back...enjoy your day!

  11. Happy, Happy Birthday, Nancy. Loved all the cards you posted this week, but the Cardinal on the white card was my favoirte.
    Glad you had a nice birthday dinner with your daughter, enjoy your day.


  12. Belated Happy Birthday Nancy, i hope you have the most wonderful day and that you were spoilt on your special day :D
    I love all your cards but must admit the little owl peeking out was my absolute favourite :D

    xx coops xx

  13. Just had to tell you you look so pretty and I wish I had been there to celebrate. Sounds like you had a wonderful birthday. Do not put me in the drawing, I just wanted to comment on your pretty picture. Hugs.

  14. Happy Belated Birthday!! Fabulous photo of you and hoping your day was fabulous too.


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