April tin challenge

I finished the challenge three weeks ago but wasn't able to get a good
picture of it.
Here it is:
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Under challenge pages of course! Jacqui
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Jacqueline Rogers
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Love the way you have made your picture book and a round tin....WOW Great job Jacqui :o)
Marilyn
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Marilyn
That is so neat Jacqui! Who said you couldn't fit something square into a round hole? LOL I'm sure your son will treasure this forever.
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Deb in AR
Very nice Jacqueline and you took the challenge of doing it with a round tin. There are so many tins out there in so many different shapes.
Lynne
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King's Crown
I needed sour stuff for my last treatment and the sour altoids were perfect. That is where I got the tin. I liked doing the tins so well I am now working on one for my MIL who just found out she has breast cancer. This has not been a good year for DH. Jacqui
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Jacqueline Rogers
Jacqui, I am sending positive thoughts and prayers for all of you. I feel that great strides in the treatment of breast cancer have been made and I am a survivor as proof. I just celebrated my eighth year in February ! So glad to hear that you are doing well.
Hugs, Sabrina in Kentucky
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Sabrina
Thanks Sabrina. I guess when it rains, it pours. I am so happy you are doing so well. I have faith she will get through this. Jacqui
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Jacqueline Rogers
Sorry to hear about your MiL, Jacqui. Sending postive, healing thoughts her way.
Judy, SA
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