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Wednesday, 31 August 2011

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Thanks for the notations on the shops Ginny. I had hoped to be going to Chicago in October but it turned out to be New Orleans. Oh well...but one day I WILL get to Hollanders.

Sounds like a day in heaven to me!

Wow you go to the coooooooolest shops!! The only think about being homebodies, which I enjoy really, is that when I see photos like these I realize there's a lot of world out there...haha but then I am thrilled people like you are photoing their experiences and sharing them on blogs. Cool :D
The wall of buttons, that is seriously drool worthy! Some of them look like they were huge buttons, just gorgeous!

I may not have the best shops for some of my supplies but I live only 45 minutes from Hollanders....when ever I go I find so much to love and buy it is the best paper store ever!

hello a friend sent your site over and I am thrilled with the items you make . Please show more lights.. Love it

Wow what inspiring shops! Not only are the supplies extremely cool, but the displays are awesome! I just love the way the jars of buttons look in the wooden cubby holes. How did you not go broke buying everything in sight?

Those are super cute. I like you on Facebook.

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