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Monday, 23 May 2011

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Lynn

And a lovely tag it is - I sure it would take me a month of sundays to digitially design something! Hope you find some creative time soon.

Jacky S

I totally echo what Lynn said!!!!!!

jo sowerby

wow that is so beautiful. amazing how something so small can take up so much time,
jo xxxx
ps abit like a crafting baby

Sian

A very lovely tag it is too! I hope everything you are involved in at the minute is going well x

furrypig

I cannot do a single thing digitally so I am very impressed with your tag xxx

Jen

As someone really struggling to get my head round the digi scrapbooking I am totally impressed by your talent! I have got your guide - and when I find some time - like maybe when I no longer have to work fulltime - I intend giving it a go - just wish that time was a tad nearer! J x

Karen

Lovely tag Alexa and I giggled out loud at the Radio 4 comment on my blog!

Debs

When I see digi-cleverness I always wish I could learn to do something like that. What a lovely tag!

Lizzie

Well, maybe it took you a long time, but it was very much worth the effort - that is such a lovely (digi) tag! I'm sure you learned lots while you were doing it, so you could make another much more quickly. And of course you can re-use this one, changed a bit, for another tag design. That's the great thing about digi... though I still like Real Paper best.
Very pretty - clever you!

Suzanna

What brilliance!! Totally worth the time and effort me thinks! Next we'll see it featured on a layout, right? A hybrid layout. LOL!

PaulaSG

Cool tag! I'm so into tags lately. Looks great!

Miriam

That is just beautiful Alexa!

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