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Monday, 20 June 2011


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Hello Alexa...I just hopped over to take a peek. Lovely tags...perfect as my daughter has an allotment! Moira

Paul B

More gorgeousness with your tags - they are a perfect accompaniment to your papers :) Pxx


Hiya, arrived via Sandies bloghop..your blog looks so interesting, I must revisit when I have more time !


Lovely freebies on offer, thanks.


Oh, those are lovely Alexa!


I'm really enjoying hopping to everyone's blog,what a lovely freebie ! Nice to meet you


Hi Alexa. Just popping over to say a HUGE thank you for joining me in the Blog Hop and what a wonderful post! I'm in awe at your beautiful artwork and it looked so cheerful and welcoming. I also loved the playful way you presented your letter. What a great idea. It really made me smile!
Thank you too for the gorgeous download. The printables are so pretty. Perfect with the papers you offered recently. Have a good day and Thank You again!


very clever way of making us figure out the letter! Lovely tags in fab colours too.


Love all your Down the Alotment series. Those tags are just beautiful.


What a lovely message for Sandie :) And great printables, thank you! xx

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