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January 30, 2010


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Hi Paulette,
Never heard of those memory books - yours is lovely! Looks like fun to create too :)



beautiful book you've got! i love it and the pics inside are great too! bisou
as a french, i hope that brea will finish her book soon ;oD

Rachel V

That is gorgeous! So different looking -- what a treasure. Show us more!!


A beautiful book! I don't think we have anything like that around where I live. Nice gift too!


Wow, what a great book! I hope Breanna updates her blog. :D

Laurie in Iowa

I love your memory books Paulette. Great new hobby!


Uh oh Paulette, do you have the scrapbooking bug? I got bitten by it several years back. I love chipboard books because they just don't take as much time as bigger albums. Plus I like to do themes for them. You can even buy chipboard children books and redo them into albums with a papers, glue and glitter.


I love the book that you made and I love goat's milk soap! I want my own goat now!


Never heard of chipboard before! Looks great!

What a lovely birthday gift! Enjoy!

Brenda Siwecki

Lovely memory books. It's also fun to try something new and different.

Happy belated birthday!



It's so lovely! Bravo!


What a cool new hobby! Love what you've done. BTW, your new header is so cute, love the girls' pictures.


That is so neat! I need to check out Archiver's next time I'm in Raleigh.

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