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I have been waiting for this !!!


Yes, I have it. Right here. In my hot little hands. The new, new, new Love, Elsie Recipe Box. I have been so excited to get this as I have Elsie Flannigan's last book - 52 Scrapbooking Challenges - and absolutely love the ideas in it and have used it for inspiration often.

I love Elsie's style and use of color and whimsy in her designs. Although I haven't gone through this recipe box completely, the cards that I did pull out looked like they had some fun ideas. I really like the size and presentation of the box, too. I can't wait to delve into it further !!

xoxoxoxox

~Wendy

Comments

Isn't it awesome Wendy?? I love it and I am like you and only have looked at some of the pages so far! Have fun with it!
wendipooh13 said…
woo hoo!!! well have fun with it and I can't wait for mine to come in the mail too!!!
Dorianne said…
i got it too and can't wait to play, doesn't looking at all the cards make you want to scrap forever?! have fun!

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