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September 20, 2009


Charmaine Ikach

Sharon, I just LOVE these! That big paperclip is awesome and the recipe stand is fabulous! Love your projects!

Jami Sibley

Ijust knew you'd do some sort of rockin' recipe project! Sewing that page protector in half is genius! Love it! The clip is awesome too - I have some of those in my alterables cabinet :)

Karen Giron

Too cute, Sharon! I love the big clothespin, how fun is that? And aren't you brilliant using the tree top as a frame!

Donna Baker

wow, Sharon! I LOVE your different recipe holders, they are so special & would make wonderful gifts

Sankari W.

Sharon these projects are adorable! LOVE that big clothespin and I can't can't can't wait to get my hands on this spicey paper!!! LOVE what you have created!!!

Jodi Collins

I knew it...there is NOTHING you cannot do! Seriously...this is AMAZING! First off, LOVE that you put your name in the tree! How GENIUS is that? You ROCKED this KI to the max...LOVE LOVE LOVE this!

laura (scrapnextras)

This is amazing! Love the recipe stand and the way you covered the chipboard flowers! The jumbo clothespin is such a perfect addition!

Cindy Holshouser

Very clever. And I love those colors too. Wouldn't this make a neat gifts.


Wow! This is awesome! I love the colors of the paper! Will have to make a few paperclips for gifts! TFS!

kansas city physician

That is really clever cooking.

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