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Truly cool peeps!

This blogging world never ceases to amaze me. There are sooo many talented, generous, kind people out there. Without blogging, I would never have gotten the chance to "meet" them. Throughout the coming months, I'd like to introduce you to some of my favorite people and places out there in cyberspace.





The first people I have the pleasure of introducing you to are the gals at Boojiboo. It's a team made up of a mother and her two daughters. I can think of nothing better than homemade goods coming from a family effort! They carry beautiful aprons:









Gorgeous drink coasters:









And the cutest kitchen towels ever:








Recently I had the opportunity to enter a giveaway on their blog. Boojiboo was looking for input about their blog, shop, etc. I of course, never one to shy from a challenge, entered. I was not the winner of the fabulous clutch from their other shop, Boojibootique. However, generous people that they are, they did offer everyone who entered (and didn't win) a free mini wallet/coin purse. How AWESOME is that??


Here is the one I chose:

So head on over to Boojiboo's blog or their fabulous Boojiboo shop right away!! And don't forget about Boojibootique!!
Thanks again to Boojiboo for their generosity! You guys rock!
People like this have restored my belief that good people do exist and they are all around us, if we only take the time to look!!
Trish
Be on the lookout for a new giveaway, celebrating the first sale from my new Etsy shop, Sewin !!

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