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Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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Sue Allan

I enjoyed the banter between you...dangerous place to have desk though.
Sue xx 67

sue

Hi ya
lol fabulous post made me chuckle, look forward to seeing what you creat with them, have great day,happy WOYWW, sue,(25)

Sian

Ooh, that got a bit scary for a minute there, especially with the white kitchen doors :) But if the doors are going on, things are moving on apace then

Karen

Funny post - our kitchen is now 10 years old but because it was lovingly built by hand by David it is still soooooo precious to him. I have recently ventured in to craft on the work tops as the boiler has packed in and it is warm by the AGA but normally it is frowned upon! Those inks look very interesting.

Jimjams

LOL - round one to you there Alexa! Looking forward to seeing those white kitchen doors hanging in all their glory as well as whatever gorgeous papers you produce. Chin chin!

Minxy

Your post brought a smile to my face today, thanks for sharing :D
Happy Wednesday
Minxy #2

Amanda

I think that's why I got shifted to my own craft room :) I can't wait to see what you create Alexa and your new kitchen.

Brenda B

Surely a white kitchen is simply a fresh, new canvas awaiting your creativity!! Very funny post today.

Hugs
Brenda 99

Marjo

Hahaha, too funny. Thanks for the peek and sharing, hugs Marjo #23 Happy WOYWW

Jacky S

A rainbow kitchen could be a lot of fun!!!!!!!

Tertia

Sounds like somebody has been spying in my house. LOL These kinds of conversations happen here all the time. Why these guys even get into it, I'll never know - they must know by now that thia is not one they will ever win!
Happy WOYWW
Tertia 93

Lisa

Thanks so much for dropping by my blog and leaving a friendly comment! Your blog looks beautiful and I will definitely be bookmarking it to come back to and browse. Wishing you a great rest of the week and a lovely weekend. Thanks!

claireliz

Ah, that made me smile. Look forward to seeing what your making. Thanks for your kind comment on my blog by the way, and yep its all stitched by hand with embroidery thread, I just always forget how long it takes, I also make the holes with a needle first too, makes it a bit easier:D
C
xx

Amy

I am so envious that you are that stage Alexa - terrible I know because you deserve to be close to the completion of this epic journey! I can't wait to unpack my goodies - nothing would stop me either :-)

Sharon

hilarious! it seems that Himself's are the same the world over....but you managed him so beautifully! kitchen doors do sound exciting as well! ;-)

Karen

LOL! But I can understand his reluctance. I used to have a while kitchen and would love to have one again. So bright and cheerful! Will we have photos soon?

Glenda

Your post made me smile. So like a male! Thanks for sharing!

scrapchick

lol, Cute! Hope to see what you make with those dyes!

Okienurse

Way to go! Stick to your guns. Happy crafting

Mel

Love how you've presented this post :-) And I'm very intrigued by the crafting goodies, can't wait to see what you make with them! xx

Nicky

Lol so funny will we see a picture next week of the kitchen white with a few spatters - thanks for sharing ~ Nicky 45

Scrapcat 1

well you could have a bespoke kitchen with fabulous rainbow colours,

SilverCrafter

Very cleverly done. Look forward to seeing what you create with those dyes.

SilverCrafter

Well done, and we look forward to seeing what you create with those dyes.

giselle

That raised a giggle here, I'm sure you both jog along quite happily really, whether you're making a beautiful mess or not!

Karen

Hee hee, love this post! Can't wait to see what will come of these dyes!
xoxo Karen

Kezzy

Wow lots of colour shades, can't wait to see what you create.

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