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Miss CutiePie ♥ Graphics Fairy

Karen of The Graphics Fairy decided to feature me for
brag Monday this week, yay ♥
It's such an honor to actually see something I made
posted at her blog, needless to say I'm very proud :)

To read the post and download FREE very beautiful
vintage images go to The Graphics Fairy

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  1. Well done on being featured on Graphics Fairy. Your work is just gorgeous.
    Thank you for your lovely comment about the card I made using one of the tickets and I would be very happy for you to show it.....thanks for asking.

    Watched your pictures of your previous two Christmasses......can I come and live at your looks so beautiful.


  2. Congrats on your Brag Monday. I just viewed your Christmas from last year and enjoyed it very much. Your tree is lovely with the glass ornaments, I love your little matchboxes, candle arrangement, and the view from your window is truly beautiful. I don't know if you celebrate Thanksgiving there - but happy Thanksgiving anyway!


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