Tuesday, December 8, 2009

a day of fun...

My friend Charlotte just posted information about her next session. The last one was so much fun and I can't wait to do it again. January 23rd is the date. I'll be there...will you?

Click here to read all the delicious details...and sign up by sending an email to Charlotte. chlyons9 (at) gmail.com


Cathy Rodgers said...

Hi, Amy,

I read your blog all the time and love it. Are you familiar with a children's book illustrator named Susan Mitchell? If not, you MUST go look at her blog called

"It's A Whimsical Life" www.itsawhimsicallife.blogspot.com/


you've got to go look at her new etsy shop:

You are going to fall in love. Oh, I can't wait to hear what you think of her little poppets! I want one of them so badly, I think I'll put it on my Christmas wish list.

Please let me know if you love Susan's work as much as I do!


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