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Wednesday, 29 September 2010


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Love, love, love the LO, Alexa! And go you! It can often be hard to say 'no' but you must, at times, for the sake of yourself.


I recently found that out as well - but I'm not a sewer so I'd didn't dwell on the fact! Though, I'm just as likely to buy some and stare at it because it is pretty!
I absolutely LOVE your way to summarise/combine prompts for LSNED, an idea that I plan to 'borrow' when the need arises!


Alexa, there's no need for a photograph when you can produce a page as lovely as this. It looks like it came right out of Real Simple magazine.

Paul B

Beautiful LO as always. Great idea for putting lots of info into a double LO. I'm sure you're not alone in being short of time and needing a high quality solution. This will be so inspirational to anyone else doing the course. Pxx


But you have so much on your plate at the moment, even thinking about keeping up would wear me out. Your page is stunning. Truly a work of art.


Procrastination is high on my list of 'negatives' but my excuse is that there are far more interesting things to do than admin and housework! Not sure if I'd like to look back on life thinking I'd spent the majority of it with a duster in my hand! Beautiful LO Alexa - as ever :)

Jacky S

Love this LO,Alexa....it works perfectly without photos.....I agree with Karen....it could be a magazine page.
'Things always take longer than you think'.....I really wish I could learn this one!!!!!

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