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One World, One Heart - Join me in the Magic Carpet Ride


One World One Heart was an ingenious idea created by Lisa Swifka in 2007.  It has become an annual event, where bloggers come together and meet.  It's an amazing way to discover, explore and get inspired by other artists, meet new blogger friends and a chance to win prizes by visiting participants' blogs.  So far there are 906 participants and counting.

Needless to say, I got swept off my feet by the Magic Carpet and joined the ride.  I've been riding since it started on Jan 25th from one blog to another.  Welcome to my blog and thank you for visiting.   Here's your chance to win one of four prizes:

Prize # 1 - Altered Books Material Guide

Prize # 2 - Altered Book kit (incl. Claudine Helmuth's paint; Delta Paint, ephemera and a hardcover book)

Prize # 3 - Cigar Box / Collage kit

Prize # 4 - Peyote Stitch bracelet w/ magnetic closure.

To be eligible, you must have an active blog and leave a comment on my post (please leave your email address or blog).  I will take entries until 6pm Toronto time (Eastern Standard Time) on February 15-- and the winner will be picked  randomly using a random number generator.    

Winners will be announced on Feb 16. 
Good Luck!

Please come back and visit me again, thanks for dropping by!

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