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About Me

I have the great pleasure of being a stay at home Mom of two full time girlies as well as 2 part-time boys. We are a full house when we get the rare chance for all of us to be together. Imagine, The Brady Bunch as an 80's hair band and that would come pretty close to describing my family. We currently have one fur baby named Ginger. True to feline nature, she wears the pants in the family, but occasionally let's us believe we are in control. We live in Montana and when I can be torn from the Mom Cave (a.k.a. my craft room) we spend loads of time outdoors. We LOVE riding our wave runners at the lake in the summer and riding our snowmobiles in the winter. 

Silly, kindness and a mild case of the crazies are main ingredients in our home.

I am truly inspired by everything around me. I love blogging about my creations and I enjoy sharing what I make with the fabulous crafting community. My hope is, if I can share my same passion and pass along that inspiration, then I've been successful. I am not perfect in my craft, I'm just passionate. I have a lot to learn and I love that I belong to such a large and amazing community to share in my journey.


Why The Pink Envelope?

Pretty simple. Someone once told me that if you mail a package in a bright colored envelope, it's less likely to get lost in the mail. I had forgotten about that until I mailed a couple of cards and they BOTH got lost! Then I remembered! Hot pink is my favorite color, so it was a no brainer. Since then I mail ALL of my cards in hot pink envelopes and none of them have been lost. Also, my recipients know when they see that envelope in their mailbox, they've received a card from me. Bonus! Woot!


Disclosure

This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me, Cynde Whitlow. All opinions expressed are mine alone. If you have questions, comments or concerns please feel free to contact me at: thepinkenvelopeblog@hotmail.com, anytime.

This blog is my personal outlet to share my creations with the crafting community.

Posts on this blog contain affiliate links.  If you make a purchase after clicking on a link, I may receive a small commission.  Clicking on these links costs you NOTHING extra, but helps support this blog. 

Please note: I will always be honest in my thoughts and only promote products and use affiliate links to products that I believe in and that I believe will be beneficial or inspiration to my readers and fellow crafters. 
I currently participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by linking to Amazon.com.
I participate in SVG Cuts Affiliate Program where I earn a small fee by linking to svgcuts.com
I'm also a Simon Says Stamp Affiliate where I earn a small commission by linking to simonsaysstamp.com

Contact

Again, please don't hesitate to reach out to me should you have ANY questions, comments or concerns. You are always welcome to leave a comment on my blog. Even if you think what I made is awful or needs improvement, I'd love to hear from you. I just asked that you show kindness and use constructive criticism please and thanks. You can also email me anytime at : thepinkenvelopeblog@hotmail.com


Thank you

I sincerely want to thank all of the amazing peeps that stop by and visit my blog. Enjoy!!

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