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February 23, 2014

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Joanne Huffman

Inches really are kind of addictive - lots of fun and easy to make.thanks,JoanneSent from Yahoo Mail for iPad


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SofiefromSweden

Wow! I thought that I'd made my last inchie, but now I'm inspired to start all over again! Thank's for sharing!

abby lazar

These are sooo feminine and pretty...what will you do with them?

Nancy B

Such beautiful little pretties! I used to do the inchie challenge here:
http://everyinchiemonday2012.blogspot.com/
I might still do some every once in a while because I love inches! I love all the buttons and beads and French knots on your inches!
I had to do some art yesterday too to get some stress out. Art is the best stress reliever!

jeanie

You are on a roll! They're awfully pretty. I saw on Dusty's schedule that you'll be teaching -- tell me about the class -- and when! Sounds like it would be fun!

Christy Grant

Very productive indeed. I tend to paint papers or texture them somehow. Sometimes randomly paint a canvas. I like them. A group of those framed or on a pillow would be pretty.

Aileen

I just love looking at them all together!! Fun!!

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