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July 08, 2009



That's exciting, glad it's going to a good home!


congrats to the winners! I hope I remembered to comment on the ACTUAL giveaway post.

Amy @ parkcitygirl

That is a lot of work! Congrats to the winners!


Congrats to the winners!

Renee E

I have one pair of jeans my husband almost threw out. I am loving that pattern and congrats to the winners.

Jessica Christensen

Congratulations to the winners. I'm sad I hadn't discovered your blog before this. I could have been one of those Jessicas. ;)


Thank you, thank you, thank you! I'm really glad I didn't have to try and figure out that process! Worked out great for me, though!



Jessica was such a popular name and such a pain when I was growing up! I'm bummed out that I didn't get it, but hooray for the gals who did, that's awesome!


I guess its a good thing I didn't win (looking for the silver lining here), since I started my own. I had a ton of lime green canvas, so I'm using that instead of denim. I'm using orange and yellows for the centers.I'm sure I'll be blogging about it sometime soon...hopefully.

Polly Phinney

Thanks for the opportunity Jessica! Like I've said before, I'll add this to my "gotta do" list when I graduate from college. Might as well start saving up jeans now right? Thanks again for the opportunity and CONGRATS to the winners!
Polly from KS


I'm so excited and surprised to have won a goodie package. I'm looking forward to using this technique with your denim. If I can elaborate on my comment, I live in a small town and the goodwill is a block from my office. So I go there a lot and get all sorts of random things that most people would think is junk ;)


I wish I would have been one of the Jessica's that was picked, but that's okay...I guess I'll just have to make one now. You're a good enabler!

Paper Dolls for Boys

Holy CRAP! I missed a chance at that wonderful goodness. Oh CRAP!

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