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« A few book kits left . . . | Main | Birthday Wishes . . . »

January 29, 2014

Comments

Zoe Young Kirkby (@CraftygasheadZo)

Lovely - fab colours! Take care Zo xx 64

Lisa M

It's certainly looking beautiful, I love your springlike colours.
Hugs Lisax #59

Jackie

The colours are very spring like!
Someone is going to be lucky getting that for a birthday!
Jackie 33

Regina M. Hamilton

Wow, that looks really great. I like the bright, cheerful colors. #3

mary anne

It looks so happy and bright - craving those spring colors

Alison Wade

Happy WOYWW. What a lovely colourful project. I am planning some spring crafting too. Ali x. #56

julia

Yeah, I get that,, the yearning for decent, longer light and some colour...perfectly created in your pages I must say!

CBB

Wonderful. Love all the dimension you added. And the colors... Beautiful job.

rose

Very pretty and ~ yes ~ springlike!

Lisa-Jane Johnson

That's a beautiful book! Great colours too. #46

DeDe

What can I say? Love, love, love...thanks for sharing and visiting by space... Happy crafting DeDe #47

Annie C

What a gorgeous and cheerful book - whoever receives that is a very lucky birthday person! Sorry to be so late in repoaying your visit, but just catching up with everything after a mammoth week! See you again soon Annie C #82

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    A certified craft-a-holic, I began my crafting career at the age of 16 with tole painting at Maude’s Tole Shop in Webster Groves, MO. Since then I have taught tole painting, rubber stamping, cardmaking, layouts, Copic Markers and bookbinding (primarily at For Keeps Sake in St. Louis MO). Previously a member of both Graphic 45 Design Team 2011 and Simon Says Stamp & Show Design Team 2010-2011, my work has been featured as a guest designer on various blogs and in numerous publications including many Stampington issues. Timi Taylor and I plan and host various scrapbooking events (For Keeps Sake Events) in the Midwest area including Girlfriend Getaways, daytime crops and trips based on classes and scrapbook stores. In November 2014, I will continue teaching bookbinding techniques at The Checkered Cottage in Kirkwood MO as well as other workshops featuring Graphic 45 products.

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