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Aimee said…
Following you from WW- Awesome blog you have here! I am also an artsy mom- check out my blog at www.classifiedmom.com
love your header! SUPER CUTE! your newest blog hop follower. happy wednesday! would *love* a follow back. you can find me at:

http://www.aceandfriendsco.com

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Unknown said…
Super excited about the blog hop!!

Was reading your post about your kitchen. I absolutely LOVE damask patterns. I think a deep scarlett or crimson red always looks great! But I'm also someone who loves red on walls lol.

Come by and see our giveaway going on, a $25.00 gc for AllModern.com - might find something useful there for your kitchen too!!

http://jensfunkyshop.blogspot.com
WelltoDo said…
hi :) i'm following now - cute blog. come see us @

http://welltodoyou.blogspot.com/

cheers :)
Unknown said…
Great Blog!

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John said…
Thanks for stopping by everyone!! :)

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