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« Reply #40 on: March 06, 2009 11:18:43 AM »

Sorry for the pics overload, but I recieved a brilliant package from Irishmolly today!

all together:

her first handshaved, carded and dyed handspun
a very very wonderful silkscreened shirt with kitty. I will post a better pic of that later modeling it. It deserves to be modeled cause it's fabulous!

Cute tiny flying spagetti monster magnets!!

I totally love this!!!! Great My country doesn't have that idea!

All kinds of dried flowers!

Lovely and useless dominos  Wink

A cool guinness shirt!


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« Reply #41 on: March 06, 2009 12:51:00 PM »

SewEnthusiastic, BonBabbu, gemusia and EdelC have received their feedback. Well done girls!!!
The people who PM'd me for having received...Start posting pics! We want to see more loot!

« Reply #42 on: March 07, 2009 04:57:32 PM »

Ok folks...
 I think i owe everyone a huge apology! especially my fab partner Lunastar and our great organizer NiinaMaria.
There was a bit of a family crisis happening last week and i was summoned to the land of no internet to attend the funeral and help deal with all the other crap that goes hand in hand with relatives dying.  Its a long, boring and complicated story which none of you want to hear but basically it ment that I was a crap swapper. Anyway, I am now back in the land of the living (and the internet!)

I received my fabulous package on friday of last week. It was huge and filled with all sorts of wonderful goodies! She spoiled me rotten! I am way to tired to post loads of pic now - I will do it in the morning. For now ill just post 2.
One of everything (although you cant see half the stuff!) and one of my absolute favorite thing - an amazing handmade journal. The pages are cartridge and recycled dutch book pages and the cover is wet felted. It is amazing and completely perfect! The inside cover is illustrated by LunaStar and oh i could go on for ever describing how wonderful it is!!!


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« Reply #43 on: March 08, 2009 12:49:54 AM »

That yarn looks gorgeous.  I want to squidge it.  And I spy a Kinder egg in there Grin

Sorry to hear about the death in your family, Molly - sending you and your family lots of love  Smiley

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« Reply #44 on: March 08, 2009 01:34:35 AM »

I am sorry about the loss in your family.
A big support to you from Belgium Wink

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« Reply #45 on: March 11, 2009 11:40:09 AM »

The contense of the amazing package I received from Lunastar

I received a beautiful journal/notebook made by Lisette. The cover was wet felted by her and the pages a mixture of cartridge paper and pages from an old dutch book.

I included the close up because i was soooo impressed by the perfectly rounded edges and the pencil holder.
I got two skeins of beautiful handspun yarn in vibrant colors. I think this is a very good reason to start practicing my knitting and crocheting!

Some graet bits and bobs. So sorry for the terrible photo!! completely overexposed...There are ribbons and trimmings, and stickers and all sorts of exciting things. A super cute pencil case, loads of crafting supplies, papers and fabrics, and a dutch craftmagazine!

It was very interesting to look a the magazine. It is surprising how much you can understand from just looking at the pictures!

My favorite MCDHT item was a childrens book. Lisette had translated the various animal names and added some comments of her own!!!! I also fell of my chair laughing when I first read it.
There where loads of other little bits in my package which where all wounderful too. And a kinder egg and some peculiar choclate sprinkles for putting on toast! Bizarre but delisious! Im so sorry for the late posting.....

Thanks a million to lisette for her wounderful package.

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« Reply #46 on: March 12, 2009 08:17:31 AM »

I'm so glad you like all of the stuff!

I modestly post some of my own photos  Tongue

Molly, did you found the stamp?


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« Reply #47 on: March 13, 2009 02:17:00 AM »

Your dumb ass organiser didn't pay her interwebs bill on time so I cannot update (or I could but just too much hassle on public computer) anyones status. So you have to wait till Monday! At least that's when the connection should open again. It just has to. Two days without interwebs and I'm going crazy.

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« Reply #48 on: March 13, 2009 07:09:29 AM »

Hi all! I'm finally posting pictures of what I got from baa-me-chick, school suddenly got me overloaded, sorry D8

So this "letter" was waiting for me at the post office... I want some of that tape xD

Inside is a huge bunch of awesome jewellery supplies, you have no idea how handy they got as soon as they arrived (I need to post some pictures of them, too). Anyway, I absolutely love them!

And here are the crafted goods I got, matching scarf, fingerless gloves and a woolly hat, the colors are really and eyecandy. And also, these got very handy! Oh and please ignore the idiot and the messiness of my dwelling.

And here are some things that Scotland has...! I'm actually pretty happy I didn't get a kilt 8D And oh by the way, those lovely cookies suddenly disappeared at my latest teaparty Cheesy

So, a huge thanks to baa-me-chick  I love them all!  Grin


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« Reply #49 on: March 13, 2009 07:15:06 AM »

No haggis?? Grin

The scarf, hat & gloves are gorgeous.

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