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Monday, 21 February 2011

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Cheri

ummm knitting birds???

S

Thanks for pointing us to your post on Creative World, see you here on Wednesday.

Melissa

Alexa - enjoyed your post on It's a Creative World (and thanks for the link to my blog!). I've found a new blog to add to my Reader - lots of inspiration there. Looking forward to seeing something chirpy on Wednesday.

jo sowerby

that is such a wonderful and helpful list, thanx Alexa xxxxx

scrapchick

Thanks for the PDF! Hmmm, sounds like lambs & chicks?

Karen

Thanks for the pdf and also for the recommendation of The Joy of Less which I'm enjoying very much. Our redo of the living room prompted a major purge of nearly 150 books from shelves in four rooms and a total reorganization in the living room. I was inspired and encouraged by the questions raised in this book and on your blog. It's definitely a great feeling to let go of things we truly can do without. In addition I've purged about half of my patterned paper and a huge box of embellishments. I have two friends who have willingly taken it all off my hands! That reorganization has been equally satisfying. We're not done here, but we're off to a good start.

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