Thursday, February 08, 2007
Not much to say today. The link to "In the Dirt" part #2 is now posted below the preview. Also, here is today's template freebie:

Credits for this layout: Floral brush by 1lovesdevine

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As always, I would love to hear any comments! Thanks!

13 comments:

Scrapcat4914 said...

Boy so glad that I found your blog again this time I stuck in my fav's so I don't lose you again! LOL

Thank you so very much for sharing your Love Me kit, the 1st & 2nd parts to In The Dirt and templates #11 - #15 they are fantastic just sad I missed #10 but as you said never know when you'll repost.

Andrea said...

Hiiiiiiiii!!!
This is my first time here!!!
My name is Andrea too!!!
I'm loving your templates, all are soooooo delicate, specially the butterfly one of the 02/04 & the 02/03 template, they are my favourites I love it sooo much.
Please renew the links, I would like to work with them :)
If yes my email is:
deia_amore@comcast.net

Sorry about my English :(

Hugs,
Andrea

ingrid said...

Hi, your templates are cute. However, I can't download because it's asking for a password. What is the password to your freebies?

Thanks. ingrid

Joy said...

thank you so much for the template.. You are so generous.

Dri Lehman said...

Nossa, seus templates são maravilhosos!!!
Gostaria muito de fazer o download deles!!!
Meu e-mail é adrianaltoledo@ig.com.br
Obrigada!!!
Bjocas
Dri Lehman

Andrea said...

Hi everyone, I have had a lot of questions about the password. It is "valentine" and you can also find it in the sidebar. Thanks. :)

jburkhart said...

Love the swirly paper line and the lovely brush work you have done here! Thank you!
Hugs!
Michaele

Sweet Pea said...

This is beautiful! And I appreciate the .png file, too!
Thank you,
Susan

Anonymous said...

Superbe, merci beaucoup !!!

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Joyce said...

Thank you for sharing this beautiful template.

jill said...

My first time here -- I love the template and look forward to using it. What an ordeal with your child! My heart is still pounding!

Blessings and thank you.

Anonymous said...

Wow, I hate I missed this beautiful template, but I have had some misfortunes at my own home that prevented me from getting online for several days. Oh well. It is pretty anyway!

I can also relate to your experience with your child disappearing. Mine was about 3 and we lived in a small trailer, no up or down stairs, it was on a country road, just a few neighbors. When I called, no one had seen her, my thoughts were somehow she managed to get into the woods, but since it wasn't that long of a time, why couldn't I hear her? SO, you can imagine my next thoughts... I was about to faint from fear, when, I believe it was God, told me to look under my pillows on the bed..huh??? Sure enough, she must have been playing on the bed, crawled under the pillows and got into the small crack between mattress and headboard,and with the pillows on top of her, she was totally hidden, and soundly a sleep. I can't remember feeling more fear or relief in my life. I am SO glad you found your sweetie!

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