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September 02, 2009


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wow! brilliant makeover, well done! I never think of recovering shoeboxes.
Josie x


Those covered boxes are so pretty. You did a good job liberating that wallpaper from the skip. Good for you. MY Dh is embarrassed at me as I peer into everyones skip but I rarely see anything any good - just building rubble. Once I spotted a plantpot in a neighbours skip and got the dh to hook it out for me. ;-)

Love the string of pearls shhh, I bought similar this week and have yet to blog about it. You can tell they are true vintage with that type of clasp.


Gorgeous pearls, they are a lovely addition to your collection.

You have done a brilliant job of covering those boxes, they look so pretty now, who would have guessed?!

As to the fabric, I look forward to seeing your new creations. :-)


Ahh what a lovely lady, I'm sure you'll miss her dreadfully but what a fantastic life she had!!
I love the idea of you being Fingers Flynn :) your fabric is fab, your jumbletown the same idea as freecycle over here, well it's just fab isn't it? I'm going to clear out the cupobards over the next few weeks to keep me busy and get rid of loads of stuff!! As my dear departed and cheeky Dad used to quote the vicar telling his female parishioners to throw open their drawers and look up their old things - sorry, that is VERY rude for a Thursday morning , I must go and do some ironing as penance.
Twiggy x


Daisy Bell Lee sounds like such a remarkable woman.
I loved the stories that you told us about her. What a lovely lady! I know you all will miss her terribly. She will always be with you... in your hearts, in your minds and in the ways she touched your lives. An now an Angel to always watch over you.

Much hugs and love
to you and your family ~ Kimme


What a beautiful post about Daisy, and how lovely for Angie & Ed to have her typewriter. A well written tribute.

I hope one day we get to meet up!


Hi Pam, Daisy sounded like a real trooper, I loved reading about her life, you presented it so well. Her typewriter is a gem. You did an amazing job on the boxes, and the story of Fingers Flynn will have every detective within the pale on the look out. The Pearls are fantastic as was the fabric. Happy crafting. Hugs, Margie.


Daisy looked like a lovely lady. I'm sure she will be missed.

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