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January 23, 2009

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Theresa

Love the Paper....It is so pretty. I still haven't done anything with my journal. I just look at it. I am sure there will come a time where I will know what is suppose to go in there....At the momment nothing yet. It is to special to talk about boring life in. :)

kim mailhot

Lovely lovely painted papers ! Ahhh the color !!! Takes away that grey/white/blah of my winter and shines some light on my soul !

Those flowers are sooooo cute ! Cut off their tails ???? Nuts ! They need those to dance !;-)

Rachel

WOW! Those papers are gorgeous!!!

Lucy@Attic24

oh the flowers are bloooomin glorious!!!!!!
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Barb

I am a huge spray paint addict (and not huffing, either)...I love to paint everything and change the way it looks. Isn't it a blast? I'm loving your papers, too...how cool!
Peace & Love,
~Barb~

grrl+dog

I'm squealing I'm squealing.. what eye candy.

lynn

i like all these colors together.

iHanna

Yes indeed - pretty, pretty, pretty! :-)

Hannah Rose

hi!!

loving your sprayed paper, im still thinking about trying spraying in my journal but you and a couple of other blogs are getting me closer to trying!! im addictive tho so this could be the new one! if you get the chance could you swing by my blog and check out the pages i have finally been brave enough to put up on the big ass blog circle cos its very hard to get into this blog circle and a comment on a newbies blog would go sown so well , bad or good!!

Thank you in advance!!

Hannah Rose

Brenda Wampler

Adore those flowers! Even the hanging threads. Don't you dare cut them off! LOL

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