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23 February 2011


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I found this is one of the great collection of photographs.I really enjoyed reading your article which motivates to read more blogs from your site.So i bookmarked your site for next updates.

Kimberly Blok

Thank you so much for including my photograph on your wonderful blog! The positive feedback means so much!


Angela - You could certainly use those papers to decoupage the china cabinet. BUT - keep in mind that the larger the pieces of paper, the harder they are to work with (meaning wrinkle control). If I were you, I'd cut up my sheets into 4 pieces and carefully align the edges. Good luck!

Sara Redd

what a wonderful idea, and what stunning photographs.

angela bell

Just saw your "top that" idea in Family Circle. Can I use the same method to attach papers on the wall behind a built-in china cabinet (instead of buying a whole roll of wallpaper)? The papers on the link were very nice. Many thanks.

Dale Abraham

I teach kindg. with your Aunt Sharron Sire and she told me about your beautiful blog....she was so right. It is wonderful and I look forward to more amazing inspiration. Thanks for sharing your talents.


Thanks for sharing Suzonne! I just bought that gorgeous Magnolia print from Kari :)

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