Sunday, February 12, 2012

Sunday Spotlight

Sunday Spotlight

During the past year there have been lots of inspirational ladies who have given us advice and featured our little ol’ blog and products on their blogs.  We would like to give a big shout out to Cara Carroll from The First Grade Parade, Abby Mullins from The Inspired Apple, Brooke Perry from Primary Perspectives, Gladys from Teaching in High Heels, Rachelle Smith from What the Teacher Wants and Mrs. Larremore from Chalk Talk.  We are probably leaving somebody off this list, but please know how grateful we are for all of your LOVE and support!!!

So this week we are thrilled to be able to do the same thing for a fellow Kansan who is a new blogger and seller on TpT . . . meet Mrs. Mackey from Mackey’s Classroom.

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We are teaming up with her for a giveaway.  If you head over to her blog you can read all the details and find out what you need to do to win her set of  Luck O’ the Irish Math and Literacy Centers

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AND our {new} set of Lucky Leprechaun Math and Literacy Centers.

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Help us welcome her to the blogging community.  Please show her some bloggin’ LOVE!!!

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20 comments:

  1. I am following your blog. Love it!
    Tammy
    tcase@esu2.org

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  2. You two are amazing, I'm brought to tears with your support and generosity. I hope to someday pay you back!!! Thanks ladies!!

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  3. Going over to check it out now! Thanks!

    I would love to be featured one Sunday...I am a new blogger and TPT seller as well!

    Natalie
    Teachery Tidbits

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  4. Thanks for the shout-out, ladies!!!! Happy Sunday!

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  5. Thanks for sharing the new blog!!
    I'm gonna take a peek :)

    Buzzing with Ms. B

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  6. Thanks for sharing! Im new to blogland as well and would love to be featured some day!!


    Rachel
    Ms. Rachel’s Room

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  7. I follow your blog!

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  8. following both :) Love all the stuff you make and thank you for introducing me to someone new! trish_crow@yahoo.com

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  9. Thanks for the shout out ladies! So sweet of you! :)

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