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March 06, 2009


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Rose is so sweet! And how nice that your assistant manager was able to find her and get her to a good home with you.


Love your projects!!! Can`t wait to see you at the scrap a licious weekend! Is the sneak peek from the workshop you teach on saturday?

Martha Bonneau

Vivian...yes it is :)


that dress form is so lovely (my mom's name is Rose, too.)
Scraplicious sounds like it'll be fun- (Hi Viv-wink!) and I wish I could go.
I need to get some of that sticky back canvas, can I get it at a store or is it by internet only?
I signed up for your Sis class-yay!


Can't wait to see what you do with the Anthem line from Sass!


Rose is just fab! I love that canvas bag!! Have a great weekend!


the sneak looks gorgeous. I wish I could come to the scrapalicious weekend eventhough I live in the Netherlands

the purse looks awesome too



I'm already signed up for the apron class! Can't wait for it to start!

Pamela Susan

What a wonderful blog! I love all your creations...stunning.

I'll have to check back often. Have a great day!

Pamela Susan

Oh, and Rose is quite the find! I love thrift store treasures!


I am ready to try an apron... I seem to recall making a bean bag when I was first shown a needle and thread... age 7??

personalised apron

Love your projects!!! That dress form is so lovely!

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