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March 26, 2009


Beth Perry

I love free tote bags like that...they end up being my carry all. (i.e. over night bag, gym bag..etc) and I see you scrapbooking some more packaging, eh? lol
I LOVE your scraproom (if that is what's in the pic) it is pretty!
OH...and you KNOW I dig this lo! lol
Have a good weekend, sweetie!


How nice to be scrapping together!! Bryn has the same talent as her mother! I love your layout for the Design Experiment, Great picture of Bryn!!!
And those sandals are stunning, especially the yellow ones!
Here in Holland it's raining cats and dogs and it's about 7 degrees..
I envy you!!!! ;-)

Michelle Turner

Bryn is such a little cutie. I think her and my Abbey are around the same age with similar interests....hanging with Mum, doing craft!
Those shoes and bag are so cute! I'm looking forward to tomorrow's post....wondering what you 2 will get up to hmmmm.


Her work is definitely better than some adults'...I'm glad you had a day to relax at home...I love those shoes and that bag! How cool is that print on the inside of their box! amazing! :]

A friend and I are going to roadtrip to Nashville tomorrow to go to the cheesecake factory, because I started craving it the other day! ;]

<3 B

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