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Friday, 17 June 2011


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Oh wow Alexa, these are just fantastic! Thanks for the download :-)


I wish we hadn't evolved to need sleep ...Oh I soooo love that quote!!! I am soooo going to use it...I sooooo agree ;)
And yes...thanks for the super templates.xx

Paul B

Excellent templates. You put a lot of heart and generosity into your space on the web and its always a joy to visit :) Px


These are all so clever and creative!! Thank-you for these!!!


You know how much fun I had with the last one, so this sounds like a perfect weekend project. Thank you Alexa for your help in converting this technophobe

jo sowerby

thank you for this lovely freebie. here's what i made
jo xxxx

jo sowerby

hiya alexa, thanx for popping over. yes that is me and there is a story that goes with it but i might save it for a story telling sunday post. but it does involve me, my dad and trains,
jo xxx


Thank you so much for these Alexa x


I would have been leaving positive feedback too if my computer had let me! Here I am leaving it now, with added thanks for your generosity in sharing xx


Hi Alexa! Just made it back to download the templates! I cannot wait to try this one out with the fabrics/digi papers :)


Thanks so much for the templates & papers - I've finally found a minute to download them! I'm slowly adding a few items to my digi stash for those times I want to try a digi layout! So appreciate you sharing these with us!!

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