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Saving torn snapshots

Hmmm….somebody got yesterday’s right.

Can you spot this lovely lady from her photo or her crafting skillz?

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27 March 2007



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10 Comments for Saving torn snapshots

  1. girlfriday Says:

    oh I want a finished book. just like this one. but with my stuff in it. love this.
    if I sign up early will the class start any quicker ..

  2. stephanie Howell Says:

    i know who that is too!!!
    so excited!

  3. Lydia Says:

    Stacy Julian???

  4. Jennie Says:

    Ooh I think I might be able to hazard a guess!
    So exciting!!

  5. Ros Says:

    This is a long shot… but Erin?

  6. Connie Says:

    Cathy Zielske?

  7. Jane Hasty Says:

    Erin Lincoln?

  8. Stacey Hoover Says:

    Marci Lambert! Love her stuff!

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