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April 18, 2011

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Rhiannon maggiore

Who is the vendor that made the headbands? Very cute!

PostMuse

It was so nice to see you in person at Handmade Arcade. And I was lucky enough to get one of your postcards, which will go to a penfriend in Boston this week :-) And I love that you enjoyed Pittsburgh as a tourist. I've lived here 6 years, and it still thrills me when I ride up that incline and see that view.

Mary Jo

Hi - I love all of your products. I just wanted to let you know that I did a blog post on the crayon folio that I made from your pattern. Thanks!!
http://craftersnotebook.blogspot.com/2011/04/crayon-folio.html

Kelle

Your table looked so yummy! Your products are so fun.

Kristi

I love the picture of all the kids and the city in the background. Really, really nice.

Did you make those cute little scalloped tags I see hanging from the owl bags?

Cassandra

Great pictures!!

I was that child who cut their own hair, but it was very drastic. More of a reverse mohawk. Shaved about two inches down the front middle, when I was 3. My mom didn't know how I did it since she never found scissors or hair.

madebymum

Your stand looks terrific. I am not suprised about the crayon wallets selling out how did the other items do?

becky

I almost went to that but we just got back from a road trip and Pitts is an hour away. 3 kids,2 hours in the car and then trying to keep an eye on them while trying to look at all the pretty things didn't sound fun. Now I am wishing I would have just gone. If you know about anymore in the area I would love to hear about them since I am new to the area. I love me a good indie craft fair!

Lisa Q

If I'd have been nearby, I'd have loved to stop and visit and check out all your great stuff. I used to do craft shows and I felt the same way you did...mass production is not something I enjoyed.

Hughesamber

I just found your site and your stuff is great. I wish I would have know about the homemade arcade. I'm sad I missed it.

amy dunn

Your table looked awesome!! Great pics of the kids and the city and you look fabulous!!!!

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