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Dawn

You are blessed to have such a kind and inspiring friend.

Laura

Such a nice pal indeed! Beautiful book.
Wish I could go to the class...it is an incredibly wonderful project!

pam

Awww, you are so sweet! Love and miss you always. xoxoxo So glad you are making marks in it...you can't mess it up, it's just for play!

Sara

Beautiful book! It's so hard to use a book - I really can't do it, the more scrappy the bit of paper the happier I am to use it. A clear empty page especially in a book just intimidates me horribly. I have endless bits and pieces everywhere because I can't use a book :(

Lucy Tracy

You go girl! You are creating a fabulous treasure! Please share when finished. :). I purchased a Fancy Pants...Artist Edition..Sand Brag Book at Archivers last week. Pam Garrison and you are inspiring. Now...to carve out a little time to create!

Pam

I have to agree, Pam is so inspiring. That parasol is amazing!

karen on bainbridge island

I enjoy the little sneak peaks of your watercolors. Inspiring, as always.

nina b

you and those blank pages.... try thinking of a blank piece of fabric and the wondrous things that you do with it. too, you can always stitch right onto that paper - it's heavy enough. watercolor a soft color background, then stitch, stitch, stitch. even stitch a blanket stitch around the edges. stitch strips of torn fabric ribbon. stitch pockets onto the pages. just sayin'. it is a wonderful book and pam is a truly wonderful gal, and a great door guard ;)....xo

sharon stanley

i'm glad someone else is frightened by the blank page. i do love pam's painting on brown paper and was inspired by her blog posts to give it a try...lots of fun! i love the little book...lovely idea and such a nice treat for a friend!

Bev

I struggle with blank pages as well. So pristine! I love that little book though. What a treasure!

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