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August 02, 2010


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The prints are lovely! The Liberty you used and the aquas are perfect, so pretty. We have a lot of leaves turning already too, the chestnuts go first, their leaves are nearly ready to drop.

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Wow these prints are so beautiful and I really like this work very much.I do appreciate for this.Good arrangement.Keep up the good work.


the new prints are going to be even more awesome than the ones you already sell ... you're doing so many wonders with your new camera !
sending you big hugs & kisses xoxo


happy new camera! these images are really beautiful. i can't wait to see the new prints- i hope i can secure one for my new house before they all sell out! x

The Muse of The Day

I love summer. On my mountain, I too have seen a hint here and there of what is to come. Come springtime I am absolutely ready to get rid of winter so I don't understand why I get sooo giddy and delighted at the site of the first autumn leaves that I spy.

Plain and Joyful Living

Just beautiful work. I like how you combine the fabric with the crochet work.


i am in love with the aqua missing pieces stone. i think abigail's auntie will really love carrying it in her suitcase. i mean, i would. it would feel like such a beautiful secret tucked away.

your prints are so lovely. you are a great curator of natural and handmade objects.

hope you are having a lovely monday!

Lovely World

Oh yes - I have seen some bright red maple leaves on a certain portion of the trail I take my daily hike on. I have tried to ignore them, but now that it is August it somehow seems okay!


... heart pangs for this east-coast-girl-transplanted-to-los-angeles at the first hints of fall's foliage. is there any season more beautiful? i dare say no... i'm starting to crave hot apple cider and fresh baked donuts! thanks for the happy post! your pix are wonderful!

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Happiness, I have discovered, is nearly always a rebound from hard work. (David Grayson, American journalkist)

mathyld ▲under the pyramids▲

These colours ! What a visual treat !
x x x

alexandra s.m.

I love this!
so creative and beautifully done!
Thank you for sharing ~

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