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January 08, 2009


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What a wonderful one again today! I adore Melissa's work, it is so beautifully crafted and designed. I have just begun blogging and started my own shop recently, Melissa's words have given me much comfort on a day when I am feeling a little unconfident and down in the dumps. Thank you so much Margie and Melissa for the 'pick me up' and for some light on a grey day!


I love Melissa's work! I fell in love with the baby booties she makes from vintage linens and bought some for a friend's baby and then couldn't bear to part with them! They are works of art. Thanks for showcasing more of her work that I hadn't seen before. Can't wait to read more about Geninne tomorrow!

Margaret Roach

One thing I have planned for 2009 is to get to know you better. (Smile.) I am loving watching what is happening here and hope you will keep me posted on the right moment for...something wonderful we can make together.


what a lovely introduction to Melissa's work! Thank you for visiting Camilla's show over at thesisterproject--I'm so glad you did, because now I've discovered this amazing treasure trove of art and artists--I can't wait to dig in!


Each time I've peeked in at Melissa's Flickr site I've come away inspired and peaceful. Her work and photographs and have that effect. I've often thought we share a similar aesthetic, but it's one thing to hear it quietly in your own head and another to hear it stated publicly from someone you greatly respect. Thank you Margie, I'm very flattered! So nice to get to know you a little bit more, Melissa... I imagine if we were neighbors we'd take wonderful walks in the woods with our children and your beautiful collection satchels in hand! Margie, this series is one of the highlights of each day! I wish it didn't have to end:( Looking forward to tomorrow, especially since your clues point to someone I've admired since my first months of blogging!


What a nice interview!

I love Melissa's work and I loved this little insight into her as person!

Good job! :)

Elsa Mora

Melissa's work makes me happy and it makes me relax and look at life with calm and curiosity. Everything that she creates is so simple and perfect at the same time. I am sure that she has an amazing talent for seeing those little things that are really important in life. I am so glad to read her interview. You're great Melissa! And i wish you all the best in your life and career.
Elsita :)


how interesting, thank you !

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