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Colorsaurus Random Pages

I decided to go ahaead and post the pages out of order for this book. After all, that is how I am actually making them this time. I don't know why blogger is negloarting my pictures, but you can still get the jist of it. Obviously the RED one is supposed to be RED, ect. They are coming up with corect colors on my facebook page if you want to check them out there.

In True Bride news, I will be placing another order if anyone is interested. Since this is the second order (and likely not as large) I will be selling them for $20 each. That includes shipping and is still an approximate savings of $10 (depending on the shipping you may have chosen). This is still for local people only. I am not going to ship it after I order it.


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