Winner of the WOW Collaboration Bog Hop

November 25, 2019 1 Comment

Winner of the WOW Collaboration Bog Hop

We had an amazing Bog Hop in Collaboration with Wow Embossing Powder. THANK YOU to all the wonderful Designers and their amazing inspiration using WOW Embossing Powder and our GSD Stamps.

It was so much fun to see all the different projects.

We are very grateful for all your amazing comments on this  Blog Hop and we are happy to announce the winner to this hop. 

The winner is Meghan Kennihan!!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Meghan, thank you for leaving a wonderful comment on each and every blog of this hop. 

Please email macy@gerdasteinerdesigns.com to claim your prize. 

We hope you'll find something you'll like in our store! 

 




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Meghan Kennihan
Meghan Kennihan

November 25, 2019

OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SOOOOOO EXCITED~! THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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