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« on: March 02, 2012 09:35:44 AM »

Hi Crafters,

I am doing a felt name book for a friend's daughter and it has to be done by 4/30.  Her name is Gwendolyn but calls her Gwennie. I am not sure if I should do her full name or her nickname. I am leaning towards her nickname for time constraints and for the I - I really want to do ice cream! What are your thoughts on full vs. nickname?

Also - please give me some ideas for the letters. The only thing I really want to do is the ice cream, and that won't work if I do her full name.

Thanks!
LB
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« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2012 06:26:04 AM »

Personally, I don't see that it makes a difference which way you go with the name. But if I was making something for a "close" friend, I would go with a nick name. Even one that I made up regardless if it was a birth name. Example, my girlfriend's son's name is Brandon. I call him "Brandy."  If I were to make something for him that involved personalization of a name, I would put "Brandy."

Pat
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