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Nominees for the Best in Show Award

I see you there, fellow blogger, admiring my beautiful buttons.

Option #1 (for the competitive, ruthless, claws-out bloggers - my kinda people!)

Option #2 (you're still my people, but I think you're missing out on a chance to have some fun.)

I bet you're thinking to yourself, How can I get one of these beautiful, super-cute, fancy schmancy buttons for my blog? I'll tell you how! Just swing by LambAround each weekend and link your favorite posts to the Not "Baaad" Sundays linky party. Easy peasy!

This week, we have an assortment of do-it-yourself projects and sugary deliciousness. Who gets to take a button this week? These amazing bloggers:

Making Memories - My favorite thing about these Salted Caramel Butter Bars (!) is how easy they are. Not to discourage you from reading LambAround, but if you take a break to go make these, you could be eating them very soon!

Nancy's Couture -  there is a super-easy tutorial on how to make this hat. Really, when I saw the link, I was expecting an Etsy shop. How impressive would it be to make this myself?

Can't Stop Making Things - isn't the image for this recipe just so sweet? If I had the time (and the energy!) I would put all my recipes into this format.

Polka Dots and Pizza - this dresser makeover only cost $10! Just wait until you see the before image.

Inside BruCrew Life - Starbucks inspired cupcakes sound amazing to me, but adding that green straw push these cute treats right into "irresistable" territory.

Dream Big. Stamp Often. - I love how cute this little turkey is.

Langes Fadchen, Faules Madchen - they had me on the name for this post. What tasty treat is this? Oh, just a little something called white chocolate toblerone ice cream and molten lava cakes (OMG!)

Being nominated for an award is just the beginning of the fun. Vote for your favorite blog post (the poll is at the top of this blog) and stop by on Friday to find out who won the customized Best in Show award!

Congratulations to all the Best in Show nominees and GOOD LUCK!

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