Monday, August 30, 2010

New Release Game and Sneak Peek


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Here is the sneak peek of my new kit that will be released on September the 1st!


Do you want to win the whole kit and cardstock for free?!
Just leave a comment here telling me how was/is your adolescence, and hubby (yes my hubby, who loved this kit) will choose a winner. You have until tomorrow to play!
Don't forget to include your e-mail, so I can send the coupon to you!

13 comments:

  1. Adolescence was all about cliques and the world that was so small seemed so big! I love your cut out letters!
    Prima

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  2. Adolescence for me was confusing, but fun. Lots of amazing times learning about myself and what true friendship really was all about. It was filled with boys and cliques and sleepovers and gossiping and prank phone calls. This kit will work amazing with pictures of my 13 (almost 14) year old daughter. Love it!! Tammy Hassebrock (STS - tamlia)

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  3. Adolenscence for me was outside, outside, outside. Ususally with rollerblades on. My mother jokes that I wore them for 5 straight years. Even when it rained. I would skate in the barn :) I would rather be outside than inside anyday! I was the oldest of 8 so staying inside with everyone else was always something I tried to get away from. I love my family but with 8 kids in one house, I needed a break :)

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  4. This look soooo cute Drica!! Let's just say I was a complete spoiled brat as an adolescent. My mother was always wrong and I knew everything! I definitely was a "sass master." But boy have things changed! Mom certainly did know what she was talking about when I was an adolescent!

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  5. I was a serious and shy teenager. I spent my most of those years either at home doing my school work or at the local stables riding horses. I liked school and had a great group of friends. Kinda boring, looking back. I wish I'd let loose just a bit more. :-)

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  6. I was kind of a rebel, I guess. Mom was always making me do homework. I would rather been doing something with friends, lol. She tells me know that she's glad all she had to fight with me about was schoolwork and not something more serious that involved the cops, ha ha. I did skip school once with a bunch of people but she caught me in town two hours after school started and made me finish out the day... dang her

    Thanks for the chance. :)

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  7. My adolescence was very lonely. I was homeschooled and my dad had had a massive stroke, so I was at home 24/7 helping to take care of him. I was very shy and awkward and missed out on a lot of things. I've sure caught up in my 20's, though! :)

    Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  8. I spent the majority of my adolescent years either at school or working. 40+ hours a week by the time I was 14 (for my parents)! But it gave me tons of time to read and draw in between customers. I miss that time reading and creating. (pegasong at gmail.com)

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  9. I was totally into school. I was so focused on getting good grades and being involved in sports/clubs. It paid off though because I got into a great college! I was the child that always listened to my parents and got to take the vehicle to school. College was my opportunity to have fun! ;) Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  10. Sorry for posting again but I noticed I forgot my email address....

    nancy_malott at yahoo dot com

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  11. Adolescence is the biggest challenge to overcome. It's a pain and a lot of fun, discovering myself and who I want to be. College is the final step, and I think being a wildcat at Northern Mich has been the best experience so far. My outlook on life has never been better!

    harpoika at nmu dot edu

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  12. Adolescence? I don't even want to think about it. LOL Ok, I grew up in a tiny town so I made the most of everything I could. I played every sport offered, was a member of the band, was involved in every club and the student body. I was active in 4-H, my horse and water sports outside school activities. And I was b-o-y crazy!!!!!! My social life was as important as every other aspect of my life and got equal time. I loved it all! Looking back I have no idea when I slept or how I did it all. I managed to finish as the valedictorian of my class (ok there were only 9 of us). Great kit, thanks for the chance. karen.harris24@yahoo.com

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