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December 10, 2009

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emily ruth

i'm a paper girl, too...remember 'paper by the pound'? i spent hours choosing colors & sizes & envelopes...sigh...what is it about paper?...your products are so pretty, as always :) (ps i just read your post about kelly...i'm so glad that everything is okay...i can't even imagine how scary that was...blessings on your sweet family...)

Lori

i love paper too...i adore what you did with your papers Jeanne...your little twisted fabric flowers are so cute!!!

Lisa Leo

Jeanne, Count me in with the "paper girls" - I have always loved paper of any kind. We have a used book store in town and I could spend HOURS in there going through old books, looking for wonderful paper pages. Old, new, it doesn't matter - I love it all!

Blessings,
Lisa Leo

Becky @ Farmgirl Paints

I love what you do with paper girlie. Such a neat gift! Have a wonderful weekend Jeanne.

BTW Brian is ready to move to Colorado. He's never met you, but he wants to be neighbors...HA! When it's this cold...it doesn't take much to make him want to jump ship:)

Martha

they are all just beautiful. I LOVE them!!!

And congrats on your 200th post...that is sooooo exciting!

Lemonade Makin' Mama

That is a great way to use songsheets!!! I could decoupage my kitchen table with them, I swear. But then I'd get in trouble and I don't want that before the holidays. A girl can't be grounded the week before Christmas.

Leah C

Love old papers...and I love what you do with paper! I own 2 of your pretty papered frames. They make me smile:) Congrats on 200 posts!

amy

love those fabric flowers! look forward to seeing you all soon!

Brenda Kula

And there are so many amazing choices for paper today! Walk into any craft store and a plethora of beautiful, textured paper awaits you.
Brenda

Shelley in SC

Rats . . . I was loving the "Bloom Where You're Planted" but it's gone. Loving your work. So beautiful. "Heart hurting," as I used to say as a girl : )!!

Rachel

Mmm...loving everything...as usual! :) Happy weekend!

Smiles,
Rachel

Karyn Bernard (French Charming)

Your paper creations are fabulous, but then everything you create is! Have fun making candy and congratulations on your 200th post!

"It is the history lover in me that loves touching the past." Beautifully said sweet friend!

Love and hugs,
Karyn

LuLu

It's all just beautiful! i can't stop by your etsy shop without staying forever looking at everything!! Wishing you a wonderful weekend... the candy making sounds like such f u n!!!!
xo,
LuLu

susan

i know what you mean, gotta love those old papers! congrats on your 200th post! enjoy your weekend.

mkg

200 posts...words and images, stories and wit, heart-felt ponderings and inspiration, creative thoughts and expressions, projects and dreams...thank you for sharing with us all of that and much more...congratulations on reaching another milestone...love you:)

meg duerksen

mmmmm.....sugar.
i am eating dove peppermint bark right now.
YUM.

200 posts is awesome! :)

Julie M.

No sugar now? Isn't that a little nutty? (I'm just finishing up the crumbs from the last of one box of peppermint bark)

Happy 200th Post, Jeanne! Have a beautiful weekend! Your artwork is lovely!

: )

Julie M.

Zita - Mlle Magpie

Congrats on 200 posts, Jeanne! I do love paper too.

koralee

oh my these are lovely...I love the intials...how fast can they get to me...we leave on holidays next week..my daughter would love one. Off to check them out.

Suz Reaney

Happy 200th, Jeanne! I am so happy I found your blog. I love your paper but most of all, I love your faith and your passion for so many things. I am so honored to have met you and will see you next year!!!

Big hugs,
Suz

anne marie

Jeanne......that hat......you have in the shop....IS AWESOME...please tell me if it's silk or a rayon blend....i totally rushed to my measuring tape and I'm a 21" head -

if you want to barter with anything let me know.....we could do that instead.....

also, as a fun-fact, I was just looking at a farmette in Mount Morris.......no barn though so forget it! but oh so cool.......

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