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Monday, December 22, 2008

Let It Snow on Your Blog!

Thank you, Cousin Debbie, for this sweet graphic ~ I love it!

Isn't the falling snow just lovely? I thought so, too, so I asked Debbie of Ribbonwood Cottage how to make it snow here, and she kindly pointed me in the right direction. (Thank you so much, Debbie!)

Now many of you have asked me to help you make it snow on your blog, so let me pass along Debbie's secret. I know she won't mind!

Just click here ~ SNOW ~ and follow the simple instructions. Before you know it, your blog will be snowing too!

If you need help, just let me know ~ I'll be glad to help you out.

Have fun,


Wanita said...


Thanks for sharing how we can make it snow on our blogs.

Christmas blessings,

Scallywags Scribbles said...

Thanks for sharing the link for snow, its was sooo easy to add.
Have a great Christmas.

lindanuts said...

Thank you! It was so easy! Now I have falling snow on my blog!
Big hugs!

Leslie said...

Lea, I just added your snow to my blog and I just love it. I am new to bloggging and everything that goes with it, so to find something SO easy is great!!!

Merry, Merry Christmas


Linda said...

*stealing* thanks so much, Leah! :D

greetings from the netherlands ;)

Kathy said...

Thanks so much for the great snow link. I've been waiting for even the slightest hope of a snow flake and now I have it! Come visit me. Merry Christmas!

Mom's corner said...

Hi Lea, Thank you for sharing the snow effect. I am new to this and your snow link was so easy to follow. Also, your blog is such a blessing! Thanks again,

mary said...

Hi sweet Lea,
It is now snowing on my blog! You are always so precious to share with us. Have a wonderful day.
Much love, Mary

Toby Parsons said...

That's the right kind of snow! We currently have too much of the real thing with more on the way. :)

I 'love' the picture/graphic on this post! As always Lea, your blog is beyond beautiful. :)

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