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Come Vote! Not Baaad Sundays Blog Hop and Best in Show Nominees

*Update added on 12/13/10 at 7:50am*
I have a hilarious work-related post to put up and Blogger is not working! I can edit an existing post by clicking through my blog but can't access the main page to write a new post. Is anyone else having this problem right now? Phooey!
Stay tuned for a funny new post (hopefully)! It's a good one :)

Welcome back, my bloggy friends, to another Not "Baaad" Sundays linky party! There are 3 things that make my Linky special:

1. This Linky is open to all posts that you are proud of. Did you recently post about a great decorating project, craft, or recipe? That's wonderful if you did, but just fine if you didn't. I just want you to link to a post or posts you are proud of.

2. Do you ever find yourself trying not to duplicate posts on blog hops but aren't quite sure what you posted the previous weeks? Problem solved! The Linky from today will return in the future, making it easy to see what you've posted before (and giving you a 2nd chance to visit any great posts you may have missed!)

3. Did you notice that poll at the top of my blog? You're competing with other bloggers for the customized Best in Show award. The world (at least, the sliver of world that visits LambAround) will vote for their favorite linked blog post.

Doesn't this sound like fun? Of course, I do ask that you link directly to your post and include a photo from that post, not just your blog logo. And if you could post my Not "Baaad" Sundays button or at least a link with your post, I'll love you forever! I know I can count on you to get the word out and help make Not "Baaad" Sundays a success! Thanks so, so much everyone!





Out of over 100 posts, here are the Best in Show nominees from the previous Linky:

 Choose to Thrive created a beautiful collection of stars out of CAKE PANS!

My Little Blogspot (cute name, right?) shared a cake mix cookie recipe, just in time for all the holiday baking!

 Suzy's Artsy-Craftsy Sitcom posted the cutest little penguin craft ever!

My Sweet and Savory wasn't content with making chocolate chip cookies - she made a chocolate chip cookie cake!

Cottage Hill made her very own charming cutting board!

Piney Flats Style prepared for Christmas. As a dog lover, there was no way I could resist featuring this adorable post!

Heidi's Recipes baked a batch of peanut butter cookies using Bisquick!

Congratulations to all my nominees! The winner of the customized Best in Show award should be announced next week. In the meantime, I've created a button to help you get more votes:

Cute, right?

Now, on to the blog hop! Today, I'm trying out a new linky format. Lets hope it works! The previous host has decided to charge for their linky service. Umm, there are plenty of other sites offering the exact same thing for free and the site that is charging doesn't even have any ads, so yeah, I'm not a fan! They can take their cute little frog logo and shove it!


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