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January 21, 2012

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love that idea, and am totally going to copy it!

When we carve our pumpkins at Halloween, I get the Girl to draw a face on one,then I cut it out as exactly as I can. That way it's completely her work, just cut by me. This is just the same sort of thing, but even better - it lasts forever!

xx

That is just the sweetest thing! love it:)

That is a fabulous idea! I have a granddaughter who is 3.5. She spent 7 months with us in 2011 when her daddy was in Afghanistan (well my daughter too). Anyway she drew a lot of "whales" and I kept a lot of them. I will use this idea to save some of them! Thanks for sharing!

This is a wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing it with us. : )

~ Wendy
http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

Oh so cute...what a wonderful idea!

Precious! Thanks so much for sharing this great idea! I have several budding artists here who also love purses and bags!

Fabulous idea, precious keepsake.
xo

you are an amazing mama!

Hi Andrea,
Nice to see you back and glad all is well. Love this tote bag idea. I might have to try it with one of my son's drawings. Thanks for the inspiration : )
Danielle

I'm so glad I popped by and found you blogging again! I've missed all your scrumptiousness and inspiration! Welcome back!

I loooooove this idea!! The tote is just precious. Thank you so much for sharing your creative ideas. Your are the sweetest :)

Yes, you are back...
I have been gone for a while too...
I finally moved to a HOUSE!

I am going to try to catch up with your blog soon...
for now...
just wanted to let you know that I am happy you are back and I love this project you shared with us.

I finally ordered some cake cabochons on Etsy...
Cause I really have been wanting to make some girly girly bracelets that I saw on you blog way way back.
Thanks for the inspiration Andrea.

Till
Soon

hello dear andrea~

SO glad to have found you and your amazing space! my little boy absolutely adores monkeys and this project is perfect for capturing his art...*thank you*...

xo
kristin
faded prairie

totally weird...but i came across this classified here in utah and isn't the necklace photo yours??? i thought i saw it on your flickr stream...

http://www.ksl.com/index.php?ad=12325653&nid=218&cat=63

i just wanted to let you know...

I'm glad you're happy in your new home. I've always lived in western PA, plus have done genealogy, so I know the feeling of enjoying & keeping your heritage alive. Congratulations. (My, how your children have grown!)

With the change of pace of life, many people's living habits have changed dramatically, and now many people like to wash a bath in the morning, then go to work.The morning finished first if they are directly out easily cold, this time the hair dryer will be able to play it the power.

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