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And I’m Off!

Well, friends, its time! I am officially bidding you adieu until late next week after the National Stationery Show has come and gone. Not to worry though, in honor of show week, we’ll be celebrating all things paper and all things beautiful thanks to a handful of immensely talented guest bloggers. They are designers, stationers, bloggers and some of the most talented ladies I know. I can’t wait for them to visit with you next week! There will be DIY projects, inspiration boards, free downloads, and even an amazing giveaway so don’t miss it! For those of you attending the show, you can find me in booth 2241 with Smock – I would love to have you swing by and say hi! Thank you to everyone who has emailed me to pass along your booth number, too. I have a long list of friends I can’t wait to visit so I hope to be meeting some of you very soon.

Because I’ve been way too busy this week to even really think about reading many blogs, I don’t have my usual round up of links for the weekend. I did, however, find time to fall in love with this gorgeous green, white and gingham tablescape design the ever-talented Chelsea Fuss put together over at Project Wedding. You should probably check it out, too, if you haven’t already – it’s absolutely beautiful. So fresh and so summery, it’s really just perfect.


And with that, I’m off! Have a lovely weekend, an ever better week and I’ll be back before you know it. Happy Friday!

{Photos by Chelsea Fuss for Project Wedding.}

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Wednesday 26th of May 2010

what are those tall white flowers? they look like a cross between daffodils and daisies!

cheers and thanks,


Brenda's Wedding Blog

Friday 14th of May 2010

what beautiful photos from Chelsea - have a great time at the NSS


Friday 14th of May 2010

have a great time at nss! .-= honeymyheart's most recent blog post: Take me home tonight: Wedding favors =-.

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