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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Wednesday Word Art Freebie........

Saturday is Toasted Marshmallow Day~!


Great way to finish out the summer.

Paulette

10 comments:

Carol Dee said...

Yummy S'mores. Thank you.

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Fabulous. I can see it on a package of S'more ingredients. thanks.

jayleigh3 said...

Thank you for ALL the freebies today! This one has special meaning to me because we first made these on camping trips in the mountains of Idaho in the early 1970s. They tasted so much better when the marshmallows were toasted over the campfire... ahhhh sweet memories! But, your designs often send me into fits of nostalgia. i don't make cards, but many of your word art creations are suitable for scrapbook pages, as well. i hope you are well and without pain now - prayers continue for your full recovery!

Edwina said...

Thank you for the sentiment. I have never eaten a smore. I would like trying one some day. Edwina Brown

Lisa Lynn said...

Delicious. Thanks.

Lisa said...

Will us this on my camping pages. Thanks so much.

Lynne aka Her Craftiness said...

I love S'mores and now Russel Stover has a candy called S'mores!!! YUM!
Thanks as always for your wonderful text art!
Much love, hugs, and friendship

hoptownracer1 said...

Another cute one! Thank you so much! Hope you have a great weekend! :)

Vicky F. AKA Crafting Vicky said...

ohhh I so want to go back to camping

Kelley said...

Our granddaughter calls them S'nores! Thank you, Paulette.