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February 08, 2009

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Angela Yosten

very cute! I love doing appliques to my kids clothing... so quick and easy... yet looks boutiquish. LOVE IT!

metrosupial designs

Cute! Sent it on to friend with girl...I only get robots.

Chrissy

So lovely! I've included a link to it in my Vday round-up. Thanks for sharing!

Amy @ parkcitygirl

super cute! I have to check out that steam a seam . . . I'm still learning :)

amylouwho

I'm in love. That is about the cutest thing I have EVER seen. I'm using that hummingbird sillhouette on a quilt.

Paper Dolls for Boys

Adorable! You are a craftin' MACHINE.

And to be honest, I come asking for help. Could you check out my latest post and add some of your craft magic ideas please? I need some help for a project.

Thank you kindly!
Tracey

carrie

This is so great! I was just coming here to look at that t-shirt you made for your daughter's birthday to get an idea for valentine's day. I love this too! Very cute.

Brooke Andrewson

I love this idea. Needless to say, I only have boys but this I can't resist... I'll have to figure out which little girl needs some lovely hummingbirds!

Lisa

This is so sweet - a little applique goes a long way. I cut out the fabric patterns and used cookie cutters as my template to sew onto my son's undershirts so that they could be handed down to his sister! She loved them!

Elssy

Medellin_Colombia Gracias (thanks)

Kate

This is precious - thanks for sharing.

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