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Oooh! Freezer paper stencils! Thanks for the link! I just love that little tote - so cute and boyish.

Mama Urchin

Too cute. It's fun to see something so boy-ish from you.


I love this, the truck, the measuring tape - the little road! What a great boy gift idea. I didn't comment on the last post, but thank you for showing an update on the Enchanted Garden, it's looking...well, enchanting! I love the smell and feel of Corsican mint (and I thought deer have an aversion to mint - but I guess there's one in every crowd, er - herd or whatever kind of pack deer run in--that just has to be different).


So cute...so boy...thanks for the look-see.


Finally a boy craft...thankyou!!
it is so great!


The bag looks great!!

Freezer paper stencile huh? Who would have thougth. Thanks for the link I plan on using some of these freezer paper stencils!


love, love love it! i just did a starting preschool bag and crayon caddy for a friend this week using that same measuring tape twill. thanks for the link -- great shop!

oh, you make like this one: found this today, this shop will send out free marimekko sample swatches! http://store.txtlart.com/swatch23.html


Oh my makes me wish I had a boy..... hmmm wait I have nephews! So clever.


What a great bag! I recently did a freezer paper stencil on a shirt for my son, and it turned out great.

I love the ruler twill tape, too.


That is a great bag! What a lucky little guy!


That's very good! So thinks my little son, who's almost got tears in his eyes, looking at your photos.

Jane and the ducks

This bag is so much fun! I made a lunch bag for my daughter Lily and I am pretty sure it was vintage Marimekko fabric that used to be my bedspread as a child. The bright colros are great.



just catching up on you blog, gosh i'm always amazed at how creative + talented you are! lucky little boy + the framed kitchen finds are sooo cool! can't wait to see you you + your hubby come up with!

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