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My Top Ten Blog Posts

As the millionth page view clicked by, I checked my stats to see what projects had made it into the Top Ten Blog Posts of all time.  It's not surprising to see that my humble little Butterfly Easel Card has the number one spot with nearly 43,000 views all on its own!

Number 1 - Butterfly Easel Card Tutorial


Number 2 - 7 Ideas for the Two Tags and a Tutorial

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Number 3 - Scallop Circle Easel Card Tutorial


Number 4 - Two Tags Die Easel Card Tutorial



Number 8 - Post It Note Holder with Gel Pen



Number 9 - Candy Cane Mouse


Number 10 - Reindeer Tag Easel Card


Mmmm ... six out of the ten posts feature EASEL CARDS!  No wonder I have been given the title, 'Easel Card Queen'.  I still make the occasional easel card but my latest fad is to make fun-shaped cards using digital punches imported from MDS (My Digital Studio).

Thanks so much for sharing ONE MILLION plus page views with me (11:40pm on Wednesday, September 4th, 2013, AEST)

Happy crafting,
.

Comments

Sandie C said…
All great projects - love easel cards so can understand why you made so many. They do look rather special too.
Tami said…
Love your blog! Found you through a Pinterest card and subscribed by email. Fabulous style -- very creative!
Unknown said…
Congrats for your one million page views.

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