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Vote for Me!

If you are so inclined, please go to the Creative Glass Guild of Etsy blog, and vote for my Under the Sea bead in their May contest! Only one more day left!


stregata said…
I just did!! Hope you win!!
Anonymous said…
I would love to. I love your beads!
Anonymous said…
ok, done and truthfully, your bead was my favorite. i'm a big fan of blues.
Marie Cramp said…
done!! You deserve to win :)

2ifbysea said…
i voted for you! i hope you win!
Leslie said…
Yeah! I did it. Yours, by far, is the best. I too love the blues. Looks like you're ahead......good luck!
SueBeads said…
Thanks everyone - even if I don't "win" I still feel like I did since I have such great "blogland" buddies!
Doreen said…
I voted for you! I really did like it the a cool drink of water or a Caribbean sea.
LisaBabe said…
I've just voted for you, Sue. That bead is really beautiful.
SharonP said…
I voted! I love that bead...
Gardanne said…
Voted for you and your in the lead!!!!
Done! You are in pole position :)

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