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I'm looking for buttons that link to other sites to feature on my site.

If you are interested in exchanging buttons to post on sites, please respond with a link to your code.
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I have a Nursery Murals and more blog!

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My blog is about Mom things that happen to all of us, I would love to exchange buttons


The Mind of a Mom
aka SoccerMom
http://meonlydifferent.blogspot.com

I just started a new blog called Painter Mommy. Here is my button:


Please email me and let me know if you would like to exchange links. DPapandrea11 (at) aol (dot) com
Would love to exchange links with Give Away/Review Sites. Email me at rhonda(at)gigglesnsugarkisses(dot)com

Mine is called Fearless Females about raising kids with special needs...


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I have 3 buttons I use for my blogs. One is (http://beckicrosby.blogspot.com) for my photography. I use it to advertise as well as preview pictures for customers to get a sneak peak of their shoot.

the second is (http://whippycake.com or http://whippycake.blogspot.com) my a boutique I run for babies and moms sellingunique hand made items that are chic and sassy.

and the third is (http://thesweettree.blogspot.com) a blog i started recently to post ueful information, recipes, resources and activities for moms!
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