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From time to time it's nice to give gifts to your love ones made with your own hands, that's labor of love :) I'm a constant visitor to your blog for the last 3 months and I just love your simple ideas, like this one, yes, one doesn't need to have skill to make one of this but you're giving us inspiration to learn more. Thanks

Never buy what you do not want because it is cheap; it will be dear to you.

Thank you so much for the tutorial I like this handmade so innovative I like try doing this later,its gonna be a perfect gift for sure. Keep posting!


Thank you for the tutorial. While I didn't copy the page, I did copy the diagram. I don't remember very well, and the description wasn't getting through. (My brain, NOT your wording!) I have so many pieces of fleece that I can now use up sensibly. I cannot see me making toy food when people need to be warm. Cordially, Nehmah

I'll take one of those, I'll even pay you for it:) Please Please Please! I miss youguys and really want to either talk on the phone or visit. What are youall doing for Easter?

besutiful and thoughtful ideas as always. Happy Holidays to you and your wonderful family!

Merry Christmas to you, your adorable husband & your little cuties <3 In 2009 I definitely will visit your blog as often as I did in 2008 ;)

Merry Christmas to you and your family! I visit your blog quite often! My husband is joining the Army as an Officer in January and I read your story about your life in the Army. It was very touching and encouraging too! Thanks for sharing!!!

God bless you!

love the wrap idea and Taylor's version of the song...I know my daughter will love it too. I had not heard it. Blessings and Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy new Year! H.

wow! what a fantastic Idea thank you!! I have some reversable fleace and I am going to make this today for ME!! the song is GREAT!

What an awesome idea, and so simple! I am already finished with Christmas gifts, but I think some friends may be getting these for their birthdays...!

Have a wonderful Christmas.

Hey there, from James' cousin in Hendersonville, Tennessee. I love that song and all her music! Taylor lives here in our town. My husband, Tim, and I went to early vote one morning right before the election, and she came in with her mom and got in the back of the line! She was very friendly. Also, just wanted you to know I visit your blog all the time. Your girls are adorable, and you and James make the perfect pair! I'm so proud of what a great husband and father he turned out to be. Best wishes to you all and MERRY CHRISTMAS! Phyllis

O.k. the music, you got me that is awesome. Your stuff is really cool. have a good holiday.

I've been spying on your blog for a couple of months now. Sorry! I guess it's time I came out of hiding! I really do love your blog and I have it on my reader list. I love your story and your photographs are amazing!

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