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May 11, 2006


Alice, these are beautiful projects. My mother did paper quilling when I was young, and I have very fond memories of watching and helping her. Thank you for reminding me of this lovely art form!

Alice --

you're so good to craft with your kids so much....do you have a frequent craft buyer card?

The projects are beautiful!

Those are great! (And that cup and saucer-WOW!)You ladies are inspirational, as always, but I think all those paper strip would make me nuts!

Oh, thank you so much for sharing! You are a true inspiration. I know one little girl in my house who would love to learn the art of quilling. I can't wait to show her your post. May God continue to bless you and your family!

Beautiful, Alice. You inspire me to make beautiful things with my children more often.

Wow! Your daughters did a gorgeous job: teardrops, marquise, S-scrolls, all so well done. Beautiful!

One of my absolute favorite memories (lol, I first typed mammories, I think I've got breastfeeding on the brain!) is being in 2nd grade, and we did an entire wall mural in quilling for the bicentenial. It was so much fun, and looked great for a bunch of 8 year olds!

I think that is quill-nanimously beautiful! The art work that you did to honor our Lady was gorgeous!

Hello, Marianna!

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