I have a newer blog and I want to add a couple buttons to my page. One for my blog and one to support my Adopted soldier.

I do not have photoshop or anything like that, is there another way I can create them or anyone that can assist me?

my site is www.over30mommy.blogspot.com

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http://shaemata.blogspot.com/2008/01/blog-buttons.html

I found this blog.

Also, somewhere on here I saw a mom blogger who said she'd make it for you for $15
BTW: Please check out my blog and become a follower.

www.savvymoxie.com

I'll do the same for you
thanks!
Thanks! I have been a follower of you for a little while. Can't remember how I found you (think it was a referral) but I like your blog.
HI,

I am following your blog now from Living Smart Girl. I will also follow from Coupon WAHM

I would love to exchange buttons with you from both my blogs. Let me know if you are interested?

Sheila
Kelly

Hi
I am following you with both my blogs http://www.livingsmartgirl.com and http://couponwahm.blogspot.com

Please come follow me :)

If you would like to exchange buttons for blog love I would love too :)

Sheila
Thank you, I am following both of your blogs!

I would love to exchange buttons as soon as I get mine done!

Carrie
Please come and follow me. I will follow you too

Here is my blog: http://momsfocusonline.com
Rajee,

I am a follower of your blog. Thank you!
You can create simple text buttons at www.bannerfans.com. It does give you the option of using a photo from your computer, but you don't have to. There are tons of fonts and colors to play with.

Lisa @ All That and a Box of Rocks
www.lisaschaffer.blogspot.com
THANK YOU!!!!! It is not the best button out there but it works for now.

I really appreciate the tip! I am following your blog now!

Carrie
www.over30mommy.blogspot.com
You are so welcome! And it looks good, too!

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