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When I'm Not Working, Mothering, Wifeing or Blogging...

...I'm designing and thinking about fonts and picking out colors in my head and... Just wanted to share a recent blog header or two or three that I've been working on for some new and old blogs out there. The first one is brand new, so she doesn't have posts yet, but I'll share her address with you when she's up and running!

FloridaTexas

This second one's name makes me chuckle every time I see it! Click on the header to visit this blog:

abnormallynormal

And another cute title...

DSS

Please let me know if you'd like a new blog header! I've also gotten several requests for logos and have been working on a couple of projects for friends out there in blog land. I'll let those ladies reveal their new identities, but I do offer logo and brand design as well at very affordable prices!

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  1. Super cute! I'll be emailing you soon. I started a Beatles blog and it needs a header. I've been picking out some of my fav fab 4pics that maybe could be used...

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  2. I can attest to how **SUPER** you are, even though I have not unveiling the fabulous work you did for me.

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  3. I definitely need a new blog header! I'm going to e-mail you right now.

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  4. AH! I love'em all!
    Okay, I think I love the first the most-est!! :)

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