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Betty Jo

You post the most adorable things. I adore the spools, they are truly cool. What an awesome swatch book too! xoxo

Becca

I love the flowers made outa wool! Thnx for that idea and yeh I think the spools would look so cute on a mobile, hanging in my crafty art cornr above my desk ^_^

Pyjama Girl xxx

Kellie H

Your book is fab. My problem is that when I tear out ideas i just stash them away forgotton....well I think it's the time factor =) Naptime is getting shorter.

Laura

So funny, I have the same picture in my scrap book from the Marth Stewart mag. Did you ever make the flowers? I didn't, I should :)

handmade cards

I must try this out and make something similar. Great flower idea! Flower is my everyday inspiration.

I love your blog. Can we exchange links? I am adding you at my blog:) Thanks!

Lynn

Hi,

I love your blog and your crafties.

Would you have a moment to tell me exactly where in Mary Engelbreit magazine that your found the spool idea? I have looked and can't find it. I have tons of old wooden spools just waiting for a project to come along.

Thank you...Lynn

Mel M. M. M.

Thanks so much for sharing this. Your blog is fabulous gorgeousness! :0)

Flowers Japan

Delicacy and colorful combination, any one after receiving such colorful surprise by their loved ones will have a bucket full of happiness for a short but sweet Time in their life.

soft cialis

I had to try this right away. The paper I found seems to be thicker or crisper than what you used - yours seems almost transparent. Also, the edges were hard to roll. I tried using a knitting needle to get it to curl better, but no luck. I ended up having to fold and crease and then relaxing that as I rolled. So mine look more like roses, I guess. But I love making them. Yes, I am serious about my paper-crafting.

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