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Thursday, 13 June 2013

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Miriam

So good to see you posting, I was here yesterday thinking bloglovin may have missed you. I know you are 'up to your eyes' but couldn't help being concerned. Any how thanks for the reminder about Simply a Moment and I will pass on this 'pass the book'
It has made me think that I too might be hanging on to one. I had a huge tidy up in my room and things are 'missing' You may see a similar post from me in a few days....

Linda

That looks like a good book:) I'd like to put in your list of possible recipients!

Deb @ PaperTurtle

Oh yes, please put my name in for the draw on that lovely looking book. :o) And thanks for the reminder...I've been thinking...

Jacky S

You've really sold the book to me...would love a turn.

Jennie-Wren

Oh yes please Alexa - I would love a dip into this book. Thanks for the reminder for the 15th - I am hoping all is well with you my friend - and your family. J x

Melissa

So glad you enjoyed the book! Thanks for being a part of Pass the Book: Year Two!!

Fiona@staring at the sea

Well you've sold it to me! I'd love to be in with a chance :o)

sandie

OH... OH... this book has my name written on it already!! I attended two workshops with the wonderful Dyan Reaveley on Saturday and I bought home 3 Dylusion journals to play in. I started on one of them at the workshop, but 2 have blank pages and I just need this book to inspire me p-l-e-a-s-e!!

Okay everyone ... I'm sorry for being so bold and really I am hiding behind my chair and looking very guilty. But you know what they say about positive thought?! I am transmitting oodles of it here!!

Thank you for this wonderful chance of looking at this book. Yes please Alexa!! I'd love my name in the draw.

Melissa

So glad you enjoyed the book! Thanks for being a part of Pass the Book: Year Two!

summer82

Looks like a fun issue and loads of new stuff to try. Thanks for the other reminders too.

Jemma @ Just-Jimjams

I'd like to put my daughter's name in the draw please ... she loves art journalling techniques and I don't do messy ...

Abi

I'd love to be entered into the draw- those titles had me sold! I will be joining in on the 15th too!

Becky

Thanks for the reminder about 'Simply a Moment' - looking forward to it again. Please pop my name into the draw - looks a great book! Also, pop over to my blog - you might find something to please you!

Tracey Holdyk

I just wanted to pop in and thankyou for all your wonderful comments on my blog lately, they really do make me happy. I will email you but its just a little crazy around here so I do apologise. I would love it if you would pop my name down and thanks for the chance.
love me :-)

Wanda

This book does look delicious--perhaps not quite suited to someone who is 100% digital, so I'll pass on the draw and wish best of luck to everyone else. In the meantime, I'm happy to say I ALREADY have a post written for "just a moment"--that all by itself is something to celebrate!

Joanne

Missed this earlier but love all things art journaling. Thanks for the chance.

Yvonne Yam

Definitely looks like something that will inspire me. :) Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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