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  1. Hi! I recently started my own DIY blog and stumbled upon yours through Pinterest. However, I have NO IDEA how to follow you (or anyone else for that matter lol)! My blog is through Blogger, but I only see the "bloglovin" button on your page. (I don't know what that is). Can you please help? Thanks!

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