Hi ladies!

It's been awhile since I have actively participated here due to a major state to state move in the last 6 months….I'm working on my blog again and working with some companies for some upcoming reviews and promotions of special needs parenting books and goods….

I am really wanting a new blog header. The person who last re-did my blog is an I.T. guru but not necessarily a designer. I used to know how to do some of this but have really gotten away from it and well, when you don't use it - you lose it….and technology moves faster than I've been able to in the last year….

Am looking for a blog header only I think….something that goes with my color scheme but that looks more catchy, retro and cute. Something with vector images maybe?? 


Would love to hear from someone who can create such a header….and log in and install without messing up my template (like I would LOL).  Please see my blog at www.retrogirl.net  and email me at retrogirl66@gmail.com 

 

Thanks!! 

 

RetroGirl

 

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Hey there, you may want to check out baileydesigns.org. She does great work. She redesigned my blog AND she's hosting a giveaway for a free blog header custom designed for the winner!! (ends in 3 days so hurry and enter)


To enter just go to my blog http://www.OKDani.com


Good Luck!

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