Tuesday, October 26, 2010

A couple-a thank you's.

Thank you Lou Lou for the wonderful button/magnet/ring package you sent me. I love it all and so do my girls.

Thank you Abby for the Lunch Punch cutters. We just love punching our sandwiches, play dough, cookies and anything else that is flat and sitting on the kitchen bench for long enough.

Thank you Wendy for the most divine pin cushion I have ever seen. Love, love, love, love it. It is gorgeous and pretty but most of all it is huge enough not to get lost under the crap that resides on my sewing table. Thank you also for the pile of pretty pockets. I look forward to sewing them onto my everything but the thread creations and watching them work a bit of their Wendy magic. I am so thrilled to have a little bit of your gorgeous style in my house with me.

Thank you to Kate for the link to the Turkish bread recipe. I have one word for you, YUM!! Actually I have two more MAKE THIS!!

Thank you to Tamara for letting me use the little blurb on the top of my comment form.

And lastly but firstly and hugely, thank you to my wonderful Farmer Boy for taking these pics of my girlies and I on our way to the wedding on Sunday afternoon. They might not look like anything special to you but they are the only photos of all four of us wearing clothes that I sewed. Yep, I was pretty proud that day.

Actually I've got one more. Thank you dear reader for inspiring me, encouraging me, putting up with me, leaving comments for me, reading along with me and traveling along this wonderful and wild journey with me.

Have a fantabulous Tuesday. XX

24 comments:

  1. Thank you Kate for allowing us to share your life with us too. I love the photos of all you in your handmade creations, so special!

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  2. Wonderful pressies. Hope you know you are loved. Cherrie

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  3. thank goodness you have let yourself off the hook for replying to every commnet. well done. xx

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  4. How wonderful to have a photo like that!! You all look beautiful!

    (and I so love that pincushion!)xx


    ((I don't seem to know how to comment without exclamation marks these days!))

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  5. You all look awesome, and as for your blog you know I love it and gain heaps of inspration from it. So thank you too.

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  6. hooray to have you all wearing mama-made. That must give you a huge smile!
    Can't think of anyone better to have a 'Wendy' pincushion-lucky :D

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  7. It's a nice feeling isn't it? I had one of those moments lately as well. Go stitching mamas! Love your new gifts too. Great idea to use a mat for a pincushion.

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  8. That turkish bread looks delish!

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  9. Im so glad you like it. If its too big for the kitchen bench I meant to write you and say to just put it on the couch, taking the pins out first of course haha

    When I first saw your thumbnail back on my blog I thought, 'wait a sec, I didnt send her something green and square. Huh?'
    I think im still dehydrated/brain fried from the market. Next time im taking a picnic basketful!

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  10. awww thank you kate... you truly are awesome :)

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  11. :) You all look great (even from the back:)

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  12. I agree, thank you for sharing you life and inspiration etc with us. Love the all in photo of the dressed by Kate girls x

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  13. Did you get a warm glow when you realised you were all wearing mum-made clothes?!

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  14. Thank YOU Kate for sharing so much with inspirational beauty with us.

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  15. It is such a fantastic feeling watching your kids smiling and having fun in clothes that you made. It makes me happy all day. I am still smiling from seeing my girls in their new bathers. I love your dresses. They have so much personality. I keep checking out the t-shirts in your shop too, will have to add one to next weeks shopping list. :-)

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  16. I feel like I 'know' you personally you share so much with us. The girls are beautiful and you all sound like a most contented family. I caught myself referring to you in conversation the other day as "my friend in Australia..."

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  17. WOOT! Lovely picture of all those lovely ladies and their handcrafted-ness!

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  18. :)
    beautiful wedding clothes - and how wonderful that they were all made by you
    l
    x

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  19. I didn't see you last night...but have just spotted you on Flickr...bummer! (& hello) xx

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  20. You all look gorgeous! Yes that bread is yummy!

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  21. Thank you very much for the thank you. I'm glad you are enjoying your buttons. You all look very cool going out and about in your Kate made clothes. Well done! Lou.

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  22. Have been looking for a Turkish bread recipe for ages - and have just made this tonight for dinner. It looks fabulous, am yet to taste it! We are partnering it with lamb, tomatoes, lettuce and home made dips hummus, beetroot (with our home grown beets) and tzatziki. Thanks to you and the Kate for the recipe! (oh, and I find it slightly disturbing that "puslymp" is my verification word!).

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  23. you are just the cutest thing kate.

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Kate XX

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