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Robert Steele (ProcraftinatorGuy)
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Blog Site Changed.............
Finding "Blogger" challenging; unable to get the appearance I'm seeking. I've switched to "Weebly.com" and am enjoying the process. You can now visit me at: www.procraftinatorguy.weebly.com I hope you stop by and take a look. Thank you! 

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Brand New Product Bundles Now Available
We have just come out with several product bundles, conveniently put together for function and savings! Check 'em out for yourself on my website at your convenience:   http://robertsteele.ctmh.com/Retail/Search.aspx?SearchValue=bundles Each of these bundles...

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"Cards Made Utilizing the Deals of May"
These cards showcase the exclusive, "Free To Be Me" paper packet only available this month for National Scrapbooking Month, the May Stamp of the Month , Aqua Dots, Durable Triangle Studs, White Daisy Cardstock, Lagoon and Cocoa Exclusive Inks Stamp Pads. (C...

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2014 Spring / Summer Idea Book
Close to My Heart Idea Book & Catalog Spring/Summer 2014 Close To My Heart is the “Let Me Show You How™” company. From easy-to-follow patterns in our how-to books to coordinated embellishments for fast and gorgeous pages, we can show you how to discover you...

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Celebrate "National Scrapbooking Month" in May
This month we are celebrating "National Scrapbooking Month" by highlighting the fabulous Free to Be Me kit that is only available during the month of May . You can get this kit for just $5 with a $50 order which also qualifies you to get the Stamp of the Mo...

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The stitch guide helps you quickly and easily add a little “oomph” to your projects. Watch the video to see how we’ve added the popular hand-sewn effect to the stamped images in the My Acrylix™ Windy Day set using just three tools: the stitch guide, the foam mat, and a sewing needle with embroidery floss.
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