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Wednesday, 8 February 2012

To every action...

... there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Yesterday I offered you fuglies, (if you are feeling really brave, look here...).

Today I get to show you the beautiful fabric that I am going to keep...





You can't argue with science, or Brenda at Pink Castle x

29 comments:

  1. Never ever argue with Brenda!

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  2. Those are gorgeous and I would never argue with Brenda!!

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  3. The equilibrium in the universe has been restored :-)

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  4. *gulp. I want some of what "she's" having please waiter...

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  5. Ohhh, lovely! Are you sure you want to keep them? The rest of your stash might take umbrage and walk out...to avoid this you could send the lovelies to me to 'look after' if you want. I mean, it'll be an effort for me to accept them but I think I can force myself ;o)

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  6. Wot, no sharing of these too? Meanie...

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  7. Those typewriters are so cute!

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  8. Ohhhhhhh so pretty!
    I would never ever ever argue with Brenda!

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  9. You stinker! Just teasing us...

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  10. I would never argue with you either! Jxo

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  11. Oh not giving these away then? Will have to go find those typewriters.....

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  12. Ah you aren't including these in any giveaway well like previous comment I need to track down some of that fabric it;s luverly! Fi

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  13. Giving away the uglies then showing us the fabulous and KEEPING it is certainly an OPPOSITE reaction... bit pants for us like, but fair do's.

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  14. These are great! Oh just looked out of the window and its snowing again... boo!

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  15. no, never argue with brenda! just thank her from the bottom of your little heart! ;)

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  16. You were the little girl that sucked her sweet when every decent person knows you have to crunch them and chew them. Then you stuck out your tongue showing your half sucked sweet and went nah nah nahnah nah! Admit it!!

    Or was that a nightmare!

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  17. I just bought some of the alarm clocks from SewMamaSew. I held the line at the typewriters by sheer willpower.
    NO clue what they will become but I needed them to wake me up. I also bought some new kakka floral prints.
    What is your plan for the alarm clocks?

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  18. mmm goodies...if you ever get sick of them you know where to send them.

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  19. good karma! what's to argue over? Beuatiful Hadley!

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  20. I am lusting after the alarm clocks and typewriters.... Di xo

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  21. lovely keepers ...

    ... fugly is in the eye of the beholder though, so in some parallel universe you can bet that batiks, blenders and primaries frolic happily while typewriters and alarm clocks are made to do the hard graft ...

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  22. The retro images are great, can you bear to cut into them? Do you kids know what the images are? Mine didn't know a typewriter!

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  23. Oh! You are evil! I WANT that typewriter fabric. I have to say WANT b/c need will effect my pocketbook.

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