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And I made it myself.

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I finally figured out how to make my own button! I’m so excited! I didn’t even used to even know what a blog button was, but now, I can make my own.

I went to this wonderful lady’s blog, carefully followed her instructions, and now I know how. So, if you’d like to make your own blog button, the very best help I can give you is to say, go here, and do EXACTLY what she tells you to do. She does a great job of walking you through the process.

Ursala ain’t sayin’ nothin’, because it’s not polite to talk with your mouth full.

My button is Ursala, the Unconcerned, who has her mouth cram jammed full of bird seed that she was busy liberating from our bird feeder, in a very unconcerned fashion, not 6 feet away from my back door, as I snapped her picture. Isn’t she precious? You can also call her Jane Doe, if you like, since she’s in the wildlife witness protection program till hunting season is over. (Kidding: I don’t think you can hunt deer in the springtime anyway.)

Anyway, if you enjoy reading Wild Life in the Woods: steal my button, please!

Dawn @Lighten Up!

Tuesday 5th of April 2011

Thank you! I was just wondering about this. Your button? Adorable -that deer has such a comical look on her face!

Gary's third pottery blog

Tuesday 5th of April 2011

oh yes, the deer, sheesh, so friendly and hungry!


Sunday 3rd of April 2011

I love your "button"! In fact, dare I say it, she's just as cute as a...?


Sunday 3rd of April 2011

Well done! It's perfect!

Bossy Betty

Sunday 3rd of April 2011

Great job! I am impressed and what a sweet image to put on it!