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Tuesday, 31 January 2023


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Karen Walker

Your pages are so beautifully designed and executed. I love magnifying them and enjoying every little detail. The writing never disappoints either! So lovely to see you here. (Thanks for your kind words, as well.)


Lovely to see the return to your blog. You pages are as beautiful as ever and a delight to read. The snow, though I know it brings problems, does make the countryside around you look stunning. Great to find someone else who delights in the minimalist baker's blog. I'm signed up to their newsletter and see all these very tempting recipes pop into my inbox each week. Hope you find the time to post more pages this year. P xx


What a lovely surprise to see a new blog post from you! Your pages are always so artistically presented and a joy to read.


How lovely to see you pop up in my Reader! You always produce such lovely digital designs and layouts, a feast for the eyes!


What a treat to find this post today. I love Shannan’s templates and I have this digital approach on my list for the month. I am try8mg to work smaller this year in hope of keeping things from spreading out too much. What is your OLW?


I love your planner design. I think I might just have to copy it!!


Your pages look wonderful. I hope the demands of work lighten up for you. I had for some unknown reason assumed you were retired . . . perhaps the gentle way you write lead me to believe that.


I love this Alexa, and am glad you are still scrapbooking and have popped back in to share with us. I love the soft colour palette, and your words are perfect. I may need to take some inspiration for my journaling.


I am late in catching up, my apologies! What a perfect colour choice to complement a week in January!

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