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April 28, 2009


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Hi Jaqueline! I am glad I am not the only one who has been "away". I too am very busy at work and home and have not posted for a while.

What a lovely magazine you bought! I am also addicted to books and magazines. Wish I don't have to order so many of them, but rather buy them locally. Happy sewing!

Merissa from Hawaii

Jacqueline, with books and magazines as CUTE as that, you can't help but be addicted to them! I don't blame you ;) I'm a fellow junkie myself :O


I'm in love with those firsts 2 photos!! All so delicate =)

I love embroidery specially cross stitch, my favourite magazine is english and really hard to find... only one store in my country that sells it :p Fortunately I receive it by mail and in every issue... I never tire of browsing those pages again and again ... excellent source of inspiration:)
All crafters are addicted to good magazines :D lol!!

I hope your week becomes more pleasant and faster .. till Friday ;)
Kisses xoxoxoxo


Hi Jacqueline! Thanks for stopping by! I love, love, love this book - so inspiring, so lovely! Also, thank you SO MUCH for the swine flu link. I hadn't seen it and it was helpful! Enjoy your week and all the best!


Such great photos. Love the items. Oh and love that super cute elephant in your shop! Hope all is well :)


gorgeous great creative ideas

Gina Kim

I'm still here too :) NY was hit w/ Swine flu they say; the east coast is on high alert but no reports so far in my state MA. Again, thank you for caring & your protective well wishes my sweet friend.

Jacqueline, that embroidered clutch is beautiful! This magazine totally embodies your spirit & talent. They need to feature you :)


I absolutely love the way you frame the photos on your blog posts! Wow! Gorgeous!


I can't wait to see what this beautiful magazine inspires you to create!

Little Brown Rabbit

Lovely magazine! The photos are wonderfully done.

In answer to your rabbity question :) after recent studies it was concluded that pet rabbits act more naturally living in the home rather than in a hutch and run in the garden which is why House Rabbits have become so popular. However they do need access to a run outside- I put mine outside a few hours a day. They are very clean animals- in the wild they only dirty one area of their warren! So they are really easy to litter train (like cats). But you may still get the odd poo here and there out of the tray! I don't mind them because they don't smell and are dry- I just hoover them up! But just to warn you as I've discovered rabbits aren't low maintenance pets like a lot of people think, they are prone to certain health issues which are expensive to treat so you must get pet insurance and also if you work away from home then you need to get two as they get extremely lonely and depressed if they are on there own. In the wild they live in huge numbers so they are not animals who can happily live on their own. A male and a female make the best pairing and you would have to get the male neutered (as they tend to spray urine everywhere to mark their territory!) and the female spayed because a huge number of un-spayed female bunnies get cancer of their reproductive organs. Also you don't want lots of little bunnies running around! Hee hee I hope that's not information overload for you! I've had bunnies for nearly 8 years now so I know their behaviors and illnesses inside out! If you want anymore info. let me know and I can send you some links to some excellent bunny sites that have lots of info. on them. Or I can answer any more of your questions.

Hope your week at works quietening down a bit!
Love Em x

Caitlin Donohue

Oh, I'm definitely addicted to them too! The pictures from that one are lovely! Thanks for sharing! I hope you have a great day!!


Love that magazine! The frames are the cutest. Looking forward to see what your redesign is like!

Little Brown Rabbit

You're very welcome :) Bunnies do make wonderful pets but they are quite complicated little things so aren't low maintenance. If you do have any more questions in the future I'd be happy to answer them.

Glad you like my new bunny! :D

Looking forward to seeing what your next creation is.

Em x


Hi, Jacqueline! What a great magazine...Have fun reading and crafting during the weekend--rest and rejuvenate! :o) A free day tomorrow--hooray! We will work in the garden part of the and relax the rest--bliss! Happy Days, my friend ((HUGS))


Hi Jacqueline! My week was very hectic too! Love your pictures! So cute! Thanks for sharing!

Lots of love!


Hi Jacqueline! I'm so behind this week also. I really love these magazines that you post about. If you'd ever want to do a swap via snail mail, let me know!


Oh, I didn't know about this magazine. Lovely!


The pictures in that magazine are wonderful. Admittedly, I'm a magazine and book junkie too. :o) Don't you wish that there were more hours in the day just so that you could read everything?! Have a fabulous weekend, Jaqueline! <3, Lili

Bugatti Middle East

The photo frames are damn good!!Love it!

Process Modelling

The white photo frames are stunning!!!Simply gorgeous!!

BPMN Training,Brisbane

What a nice magazine you bought!!!! I am also addicted to books and magazines..........

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