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October 31, 2010


Angela Yosten

VERY CUTE! I think your pictures look great! I am amazed at your costume making talent. SUPERB!

Rafael's mum

Lovely costumes! A treasure to keep the photos for years to come when they are oh so much bigger!

I clicked on several pictures but the quality is fine. If anything the enlarged one is slightly better than the original in the post. It must be something your end. I don't know about typepad, I am blogger (not that I know much about that either lol!). Hope this helps.


I don't see much difference between the embedded image and the pop-up. The pop-up is possibly slightly better, but that is more a function of it being larger. The embedded image is not de-saturated at all.


Mine look just great larger in Google Reader. So it must be just you. And that's good, right?

Supra Footwear

The man who has made up his mind to win will never say "impossible".You have to believe in yourself. That's the secret of success.


I like Aurora's choice of the smaller tiara...classy. These are great, Jessica. And on my monitor the vibrance seems the same.


On second thought, the colors in the pop up photos, especially the bricks and pink dress are brighter, clearer.

Toby Blum

I found the popup pic more vibrant. Love your blog!!!


Theo is adorable.

Aurora and my daughter Lilah could have treated as a pair - Lilah was Dorothy! I never did get the stupid baby rick-rack or zipper quite right on the dress, but no one noticed but me. :-)


Grandkidlet A is beautiful!!! and Grandkidlet T is handsome!!! I love the costumes.. Another thing you could make professionally :)


Love the photo of Aurora looking over her shoulder. Gorgeous!

Childrens Clothing

Wow !!!
Lovely pics..
i like it...


Love the race car driver costume! I'm going to be making something similar for the son of a friend of mine. Do you mind telling me what type of fabric you used? It doesn't look thin and cheesy like a lot of the costumes I've seen. :)

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