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In just a few more hours, it will be time to link up your favorite blog posts with LambAround! But first, as promised on my SITS day, I have a spiffy bunch of Best in Show Award nominees.

And, BTW, it killed me to choose just 10 posts out of the 122 that were linked.

Cue the fancy *Duh Nuh Na Nuh* music!

 The Sasse Life has adorable photos to demonstrate their adorable bibs.
(Also, this cutie does nothing to help my Baby Madness!)

Newlyweds & The Old House shared a beautiful kitchen transformation.

Walnut Acre has a terrific post teaching how to make your own bean bag chairs, which are stuffed with plastic bags.

The Llama Momma Blog cooked up some scrumptious Sweet Potato & Peanut Soup. I haven't tried it yet, but I was won over by this colorful drawing that accompanied the recipe.

All About (my) Boys taught me all about lembas, which I had never heard of before. It turns out that they are the perfect treat for your next Amtgard gathring! Who knew?

CraftWhack had some great fun at her dogs' expense. I'm convinced this pup will sleep through anything.

The REAL Housewives of Riverton have an easy to follow tutorial for creating light switch covers that match any decor.

Little Green Bow made a couch. Yes, you read that right. A couch! I can't even make a throw pillow for my (store bough, obviously) couch.

Creative Chaos (which has the best blog header ever. Really, go check it out for yourself!) made this unique and stylish belt.

Project Possessed has a handy guide to making your own glass paperweights.

Awesome job, nominees! Wondering what happens now? Oh, only the most fun part of all! It's time for that battle to the death that I was telling you about. If you take a peek at my right sidebar, you'll see a nifty little poll. Voting will take place through the end of the week (give or take a day - gotta keep you on your toes!) and the blog with the highest number of votes will be awarded the highly coveted and customized Best in Show Award, along with a feature post here on LambAround.

To help you on your quest for votes, I have created some snazzy buttons for you to choose from:








Decisions, decisions. Once you start designing blog buttons, it can be hard to stop!

Good luck, everyone!

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