Sunday, March 25, 2012

Bugaboo Sponsors Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog!


Thank you for stopping by today!  It is time for me to introduce you to the latest Sponsor Challenge here at Bugaboo!

Today we get to sponsor Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog!

Take this button and add our link for your blog

You can check out all the Fabulous teams we have the privilege to sponsor  by checking out our  our “Partners Page ” for all the great Challenges we have coming up!  

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Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog hosts some great challenges and today is no different!   Be sure to check out their blog for al the details of otheir latest challenge!

Joining us today as our “Featured Guests”  from Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog are Caro and Lyn.  

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Caro and Lyn

These are just two of the wonderful projects you will see today from the Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog DT!

By the way you can win 7 free images for playing along!!!


To help kick off   latest event at Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog we have  two of the talented Bugaboo DT members Billie A  and Min Kwiatkowski-
  have also created great projects  so be sure and head on over to and check out all the great projects for this great challenge!

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Billie A  and Min Kwiatkowski-

Thank You  Quirky Crafts Challenge Blog,   for the opportunity to sponsor your challenge today!

Bugaboo has lots going on so be sure and check back daily so you don’t miss a thing!


Would you like to Partner up with Bugaboo for a Challenge?  We sponsor all events offering 7 free digis to all winners and lots of added exposure!

Have questions or need sponsors?\ Email me for all your Sponsoring needs!


Spyder said...

It was fabulous working with your amazing digi's!

~Has the little chick got a name!?

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