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What a lovely gift. The colour is fantastic.
Beautiful!Happy Christmas eve eve! xxx
Lucky Anne, a present worth waiting for.I love your xmas decs that you made in your last post.
Well that pressie is definitely worth waiting for - it was gorgeous.
That's lovely - I especially like the addition of the pen holder, she'll be delighted.
What a gorgeous colour.
Gorgeous present and well worth waiting for - I'm sure Ann won't mind it being late and she'll love it.
I like belated presents as they are unexpected at the time! Love the colour
Beautiful, gorgeous colours!Vivienne x
Lucky lady, I'm sure she'll be please to receive a gift at any time.
Lovely journal cover, well worth waiting for.
What a fabulous gift she is getting. I wouldn't care how late it was if I got that! :O))))))))))
stunning Gina. well worth the wait!
Worth the wait though! Merry Christmas.
Very pretty and worth the wait! Btw thank you very much for the card and postcards of your book. It looks even better than on the blog. xx
Te he I should be finishing one of my Christmas presents, (right now)that I actually started as a Birthday present for March his year, but that is typical of me! One year I decided to do a last minute cross stitch gift and sat up all Christmas eve to finish it!! Crazy I hear you say!!Happy Christmas X
Beautiful! I'm sure it will be appreciated! I know what you mean about cutting it fine, I started and finished stitching a present for my husband on Christmas Eve. Don't know why, but I need a bit of pressure to feel inspired!
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