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Monday, September 21, 2009

New Mexico State Fair Baskets and Ribbons

We went to the state fair yesterday and were so excited. I had entered a basket and Emily and I both entered some scrapbooking pages. All our entries won ribbons!
My lamp basket won a third place ribbon.
My scrapbook page of my baby Katie who is now 16 years old won a third place ribbon. (I so badly wish I could turn back time as I miss having sweet babies in the house.)
My scrapbook page of Timothy won 1st place!
Emily took a third place ribbon for her scrapbooking page. This was the first time she had entered anything into the fair. She was a happy girl.
Below are photos of other basket entries in the fair (not mine). I just wanted to include them because honestly, isn't it just fun to look at baskets and get inspiration!
Have a wonderful day,


Juliana said...

Congrats on all your ribbons! (psssst....I liked your basket the best)

Anonymous said...

Oh Nancy I think you should have a blue ribbon on your basket. But congratulations to all of you. I love the idea of getting the kiddos into the fair activities. We did that when I was in Girl Scouts and 4-H but sad to say, didn't continue with my own children. Some neat baskets for sure. Love your Post.

Paula said...

Glad to see people entering their work into fairs. I always enjoyed doing this when we lived closer to fairgrounds. Congrats on the ribbons and tell your daughter to keep it up!

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