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February 06, 2008


Meghan Lawson

I would love to be part of your bloggy giveaway. I have been reading you post for a little while and I love the tutorial - very cute! I am fairly new to blogging and it's great to get some inspiration!

Denise Ridgway

Hello from the UK.I have been reading your blog for afew weeks now, trying to catch up with the older posts also but having a 4 month old in the house ( along with his 9yo sister and 13 yo brother ) is proving tricky.Thanks so much to taking time to share your day, its a lovely read and very inspirational.
all love & care



I love you too! Xxx


What a cool idea! I could definately use one! Yes please! I`m quite new to your blog-it`s very enjoyable! Tanoshii! as we would say here in Japan.


What a beautiful way to organize! I came across your blog just before the holidays and I enjoy reading about your daily adventures. Thanks for the chance to win :)


Very cute! Thanks for the tutorial. I have been reading your blog for quite awhile now. You, Josh, and Ivo inspire me :)


Can I please not be your Mom this week and enter the contest?------HA, just kidding of course! This is a wonderful project. Your scrap paper wallet would make a great coupon holder as well!

Some lucky person is going to have a nice surprise!

Love, Hugs, and Scrap Paper Kisses for Ivo~



I just stumbled on your blog today and i love your tutorial. I think i am going to add it to my list of projects to try.


Cute Cute Cute! I'm going to make one too!


I love the clothespin idea and am really enjoying your blog. Hope you're staying warm in MN!

Mary Beth

Very cute, Amanda! I'm all about the decorative papers and scratch paper. I think I'm enjoying the "little books" I made for the boys even more than they are (for lists and things--so pleasing). Thanks for the tutorial--that is so generous. I hope you get lots of fun comments for your giveaway.


This is fun! An excuse to use cardstock, well I don't know...


very cute! i love the idea of re-using paper.


Great idea! Thanks Amanda!

Jonah Lisa

Another great idea, Amanda. I love a good tutorial! So excited for my name to go in the hat.

Angel FUnk

Amanda I love your blog, it gets better and better as time goes by and I have used so many of your ideas with my own (only) child. Thank you for all your hard work, and I love the new stuff in your etsy shop! I can't wait for Valentine's day so I can give Ian his doll.


I'd love to be in your drawing! For a while now, my friends and I have been enjoying your blog and admiring your etsy store--your little dolls are especially sweet! Any day now my daughters and I will happily fill up the dining room table with scrap paper wallet making. We're in Minnesota too--Chanhassen. (My three little ones go to Spring Hill Waldorf in Excelsior.)


That is too cute. I am severely paper challenged, but I think even I can do this. Thanks for sharing.


This is a wonderful idea. I want to make one. Please count me in for your giveaway.


Great tutorial! I think I will make my hubby one of these for V. day!

Found your blog via MDC. :)


Sweet giveaway, and great tutorial! Count me in :)


Sweet giveaway, and great tutorial! Count me in :)


Love the tutorial! I scrapbook, so I have all the lovely papers already and this looks like a quick way to make a beautiful gift with them. I will definitely give this a shot. By the way, I had left a comment on one of your posts a while back about the beautiful wooden kitchens, and my step-dad did make us one. It's shown on my blog at the end of December ( I think). Thanks for sharing your lovely crafty project!


What a lovely little wallet! Thanks for the tutorial, and for the excuse to wander the aisles looking for pretty paper!


See, Amanda, you did a great tutorial!
Thanks for such a cute idea.

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