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Friday, 30 July 2010


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Karen Cass

AW BLESS. Love that journalling Alexa.


Yes, my heart went out to him too, Karen!


I've taken the plunge Alexa and joined you on 4 on Friday :-)

Love the hedgehogs by the way and the font is perfect.


Sorry I didn't leave you a link did I? Ooops

Here you go


I am delighted, Amanda, to have a fellow-traveller in this venture - thank-you! Off to find you!


Do go and look, everyone - it deserves a show-place on a wall! Just lovely, Amanda. :)


Fab LO Alexa! I love the 'prickly' font - it couldn't have been any more perfect for the LO!


Alexa, that journalling story is lovely and made me smile! Have you seen Amy's pages (at http://overatourplace.blogspot.com/)? She makes quite plain and simple digi scrap pages, with lots of journalling/stories on too. You may like her style and find it inspires your efforts to make simple pages.


Glad you like it, Lizzie! Yes, I do know Amy's work - I am a frequent visitor there already, and love her style too. :)


Thank-you, Michele! It was a lucky find, and it's here: http://www.urbanfonts.com/fonts/Prick.htm


oh i just love this alexa!!
the journalling is wonderful


trying again

lin thomas

just working on mine Alexa I thought I'd finished it but then started tweaking it here and there!
Love the hedgehog photos , we disturbed one by accident in the garden the other afternoon and I was surprised at how quickly he disappeared.


They can move quite fast, I believe. :) Thrilled you are giving 4 on Friday a go too, and looking forward to seeing it when you are happy with it - do keep us posted, Lin!


Wow that looks like a good challenge, I like your first page :) Hannah M


Alexa, truly this has been a blog reading feast! More than one post at a time has equalled more than twice the pleasure. You have been so creative while I've been away: your 4 On Friday is an inspired plan! And I loved the look round your creative space and all the little side-stories it created (your Mum's beautiful whitework!). Great stuff!


Thank-you, Sian, and glad you've enjoyed reading along here!


Finally got round to finishing off and have uploaded to my Card Inspirations gallery

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