7.06.2010

Lawn Fawn Sneak Peek: "Judy's Blooms"

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Hello and welcome to the last sneak peek of Lawn Fawn's July release! I can't tell you how excited I am about this release! We have two stamp sets, and they will be for sale on July 8th at 12:01 am EDT! Make sure to leave a comment for a chance to win!

This second set is called "Judy's Blooms", and it is all about big flowers! The design team rocked it again, so let's get to it!

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Jessica's card is such a stunner. I don't even know where to begin! I think my favorite part is the way she cut the petals and popped them up. I can't wait to try it!

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Ashley's layout is wowza! I love it so much! The photo is stunning and the flowers being held by clothespins is brilliant! As you can see these flowers are definitely big enough for a layout!

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Lynnette's card is just perfect! Stamping the flowers without coloring gives such a simple elegance, so does her fabby color combo! Love it! This card would be so cool made in a bunch of colors for a card set present!

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Tiffany made a layout and card combo! I love it! The paper pieced flowers are just amazing! And using the flowers for the "O"s in bloom is brilliant! I heart these projects so much! What a wonderful gift to give!

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Latisha's flower panel is so cool! I love how she popped up the flowers and the amazing color combo: wowza! The bow is so cool, too! More love! Also loving the big scallops and how this card oozes happy!

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Sarah has made the best shabby card! Pinks and golds, doilies, butterflies, and a giant gorgeous paper pieced flower = perfection!

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Mariana knocks it out of the park again! I love the button centers in the flowers. It gives the flower such a different look! I also love the way she created the background with one of the flowers too. This set will be perfect for making your own patterned paper!

Make sure you click on each of the design team's names or pictures to go to their blogs and see the details of how they made their cards. You will walk away inspired for sure!

I hope you have enjoyed this sneak peek of "Judy's Blooms". I can't wait to show you the full set on the 8th! For now it's giveaway time! Leave me a comment telling me what your favorite childhood book was (in honor of the set's name! :)) by July 7th at 10:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner!

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Thursday July 8th, at 12:01am EDT for the big reveal and winner announcements!

Also, don't forget to enter the big giveaway on this post, too!

Thank you for all of your comments and friendship. You guys are just the best!
Stamps: Lawn Fawn (Judy's Blooms)
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

90 comments:

  1. Cute! I love the Big flowers! :)

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  2. My favorite book was To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street. I still love that book! hehe. Can't wait to see the full reveal!

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  3. These big flowers offer so many possibilities and once again, fabulous work by the design team! (I'd love to see your take too?) My most favorite childhood book ever, even to this day is I Wish You Bluebirds.

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  4. Yay! Big versions of my favorite flower set!

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  5. absolute loveliness! my favorite childhood books were the Little house on the prairie series...Ive reread them lately and they are still awesome ;)

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  6. Oh Kelly! wow, these new sets are just awsome! This set is making me seriously want to garden - I always said I'd love a night garden with flowers that glow.

    My favorite books when I was younger were all by Shell Silverstien. Any of them - I had 2 of them gifted to me and still have them to this day and now my boys enjoy them although not nearly as much as I did. Where the sidewalk ends is my ultimate favorite and then I also own A light in the attic

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  7. Oh, WOW, I love these, Kelly!!! AND I LOVE the name - how clever is that!? My FAVE author when I was in 3-5 grades!

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  8. Your DT really did rock this one Kelly. I love Judy Blume but my fave was The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis. I still have my copy and read it so many time it's literally falling apart at the seams now. I think it's missing pages too. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  9. Oh, this sets looks beautiful! Congrats on a fantastic release!!

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  10. This is so so cute!

    My favorite childhood book was If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. I remember doing a book report to it and acting the whole thing out, I loved it!

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  11. Loving that layout!


    My favorite book was Goodnight Moon :)

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  12. This set looks like another one I'll need (when I get some spare cashola!)! Pretty flowers! Can't wait to see the whole thing... I liked Judy Blume books, I remember, and I also remember reading the Nancy Drew series.

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  13. Lovin' these Blooms. The DT team did a great job. Awesome variety for inspiration.

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  14. The design team did awesome!!!
    So excited for this set! I love flower images.
    I used to loveeee all of Judy Blume's books when I was growing up. Can't quite recall all of the titles right now.. but I do remember liking "Blubber" and "Here's to You, Rachel Robinson". They were all such fun books! :)

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  15. I loved the Little Prince even though I didn't yet understood all the meaning in it!

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  16. So pretty!! I just love flower stamps!!

    My favorite books to read when I was younger were the Sweet Valley books (Sweet Valley Twins and Sweet Valley High).

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  17. My favorite one was one of the AA Milne books of poems, something about one step down, one step up. Since having children I've got to say I'm a huge fan of Mo Willems. His books are great.

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  18. What a pretty set! I LOVE it!! Beautiful cards by the DT.

    Love your giveaway question too, it brought back some really lovely memories! My favourite book as a child was Mrs Tiggywinkle by Beatrix Potter

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  19. Everyone created such gorgeous projects with this new set. I'm in awe!

    My favorite book growing up was "...And Now Miguel". It was written about my dad's family and won the Newberry Award in 1954. When Amazon was very, very new, they boasted having a million titles. I thought for sure they wouldn't have this book, so I was impressed that they not only had it, but they had it in both paperback and hard cover. I've loved Amazon every since.

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  20. judy blooms is a great name for this set- how fun! and i just ADORE Latisha's card! fabulous color combo!
    hmm..fave book....probably beverly cleary's books!

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  21. Hahaha! You're so clever! :) I was thinking as I was oogling the wonderful samples, I wonder if Kelly's ever heard of Judy Blume- and then deciding you're probably too young- since she was so popular when I was a kid!!! :)
    I did love her books! My daughter and I are discovering great books together right now- we just read the "My Father's Dragon" trilogy- so fun to read- AND it's been in print since the 40's!
    Looks like another terrific set, Kelly!!!

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  22. You sure have a talented DT here! Wowza...each project was amazing!! Love the stamp set already!

    My favorite childhood book was (and still is) "The Giving Tree" by Shel Silverstein. A close second would be "Where the Sidewalk Ends" - I have several of the poems still memorized :)

    Thanks for the fabulous sneak peek!

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  23. oh ...so so gorgeous.. love the big blooms..

    My favourite book is the The Secret Garden :)

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  24. My fav book was "Hannah Wear No Bloomers" it was about this girl living in England during the time where you were bloomers under the corset..she didn't like wearing bloomers, so she questioned the whole idea...I learned a lot..prolly liked it because she was being rebellious, hehe...the book went into the whole idea of bloomers, corsets, dresses etc :) hehe

    Awesome stamp set :)

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  25. I cannot wait to see this whole set! I love these whimsical flowers and I think they compliment your other floral stamp set so nicely. The designers knocked this one out of the park with their awesome layout & cards! My favorite childhood book was "Ping" - a story about a yellow duck on the Yangtze River in China.

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  26. Some really interesting shape blooms in this set, can't wait for the full reveal!!
    The Laura Ingalls Wilder series of books was my fav growing up.

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  27. I forgot to say my favorite book as a child...

    Summer of the Monkeys! My mom read it to us every summer.

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  28. Stunning cards Kelly, certainly showcases the versatility of the set!

    I wasn't a huge reader of books as a child - I preferred science books and suchlike, hehe! When I did read children's fiction though Roald Dahl was my favourite author - loved so many of his books but Matilda and Fantastic Mr. Fox were among my favourites!

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  29. I loved a book called Bye Bye Baby. I don't recall who wrote it but I was always entertained by the baby packing his things and leaving home! Even tried it myself once or twice!!! LOL!

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  30. So pretty!!!! Love the flowers!

    About the books... it depends on what age of child we're talking about. Super little, anything by Dr. Suess. Elementary Age, I loved the Nancy Drew series and Are You There God It's Me Margaret. Middle school I read everything by Agatha Christie and High School I loved the Classics... To Kill A Mockingbird is my ALL TIME favorite book followed by East of Eden. :-)

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  31. My favorite childhood book must have been a book my grandmother had at her house, and read to me. It was a book about black and white butterflies that eventually embellished themselves with colorful stones and became multi-colored =)

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  32. Fabulous set! Favorite childhood book was The Chosen by Chaim Potok. Amazing. Read it 5 times!

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  33. LOVE these jumbo flowers!!! My favorite book as a young child was, "There's a Monster at the End of this Book." As a young girl, ALL of Judy Blume's books :)

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  34. My favorite book as a kid was any Dr Seuss Book! Love all the samples! They look amazing!

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  35. My favorite book as a kid was any Dr Seuss Book! Love all the samples! They look amazing!

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  36. You're going to think this is weird, but my favorite book as a kid was Watership Down. I LOVE this book to this day! These flowers and of course the title of the stamp set makes me think of "Are you there God, it's me, Margaret" and her obsession with Esther Williams.
    :)

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  37. Bloomin' Beautiful!

    I read SO MUCH as a kid... don't know what my favorite book was. Although when I was quite little it was a toss up between In a People House & Seuss' ABCs.

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  38. Gorgeous work ladies! And that stamp set! So versatile! Can't wait to see more!

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  39. Those stamps are SO pretty and so are all of those cards and layouts! LOVE them! Thanks for the chance, Kelly! Hugs! Oh, and my favorite childhood book growing up was Shel's Silverstein's "Where the Sidewalk Ends." I loved poems and LOVED that book! :-D

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  40. Wow, absolutely lovin' these stamps!
    My fave childhood book was 'Walt and Pepa' about a dog and a cat who lived across the street from each other and would pull faces at each other from their apartment windows :D

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  41. ack...these rock...hmmm fav book...I loved superfudge but I think the giving treee is my alltime favorite!!!

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  42. Cute set!! One of my favorite childhood books was "The Apple" by Dick Bruna. The illustrations were very crisp & clean, much the way I love cards to be today! :)

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  43. AWESOME creations everyone! My fave childhood book was... The BFG by Roald Dahl. He was a Big Friendly Giant that collected his farts in mason jars! LOLOLOL!

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  44. I don't remember favs as a small child but by middle school, I was hooked on The Lord of the Rings triology and The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.

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  45. Oh I can't wait! This set looks so versatile! Love the DT creations as alway!

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  46. I LOVEEEEEEEEEE IT!!!! I LOVE LOVE the way they layered those flowers I cannot wait to seeeeee moreee!

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  47. I was always reading alot as a kid, so it's hard to pick just one! I loved 'The Secret Garden', with 'Charlotte's Web' coming in at a very close second place.

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  48. I can't wait for this set! Looks great! My favorite childhood book was The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. But I loved and read all of Judy Bloom's books!

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  49. My favorite childhood book was the Little House in Prairie series.

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  50. Great set! Love the DT samples. I was an avid reader as a child, not as much now, but I still read regularly. The two books that immediately came to mind are Boxcar Children and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Thanks for the chance to win a this set!

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  51. My favourite book was The Emperor's new clothes!! :)

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  52. I really liked the Fraggle Rock books! And these cards are GORGEOUS!!

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  53. It's a big petite florals! Yay! This is going to be fantastic for coloring and paper piecing. My favorite book as a child was "Where the Sidewalk Ends" by Shel Silverstein. All of his books are really fantastic. Thanks for the opportunity to win! I'll definitely be ordering tonight; too many cute things to resist any longer. Hehe.

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  54. Oh my, what a beautiful garden of stamps! These are lovely, and so versatile. Your design team really outdid themselves!

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  55. i was delighted by Matilda!

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  56. Love these flowers, they are very different and unique! I'm loving all the beauteous examples too, such wonderful inspiration from your DT. I loved reading biographies as a kid, I spent a lot of time at my local library.
    blessings,
    nancy

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  57. Sweet! Waiting to see the complete set!

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  58. Super cute flowers!! My fave childhood book had to be Little Women ;).

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  59. My fav was Freckle Juice!!! I still have the book and now I read it to my little one :) Thank you for the chance to win Kelly! This set looks amazing, cant wait to see it in its entirety!

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  60. My fav was Freckle Juice!!! I still have the book and now I read it to my little one :) Thank you for the chance to win Kelly! This set looks amazing, cant wait to see it in its entirety!

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  61. These cards are awesome!!! My fav book when I was a kid was, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie......loved that book!!!

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  62. Awesome samples - favorite childhood book - Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss!

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  63. My favorite childhood books were ones about Amelia Badelia... she was HILARIOUS and always made my sister and I giggle.

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  64. Wowzers! Did your DT rock this or what??!! Awesome designs and I can't wait to see the set!! I loved Judy Bloom too. I was/am such a horsey girl that anything with hooves in it caught my attention. Marguerite Henry was one of my favorite authors.

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  65. These are so pretty! Who's Judy? :)

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  66. Gorgeous Stuff! Love the fun sinple flowers!

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  67. Wow! Gorgeous projects! What a fab set!

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  68. My favorite Childhood book was Make Way For Ducklings by Robert McCloskey. Now my daughter loves it too. A classic New England book :)

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  69. Gorgeous set! My favorite childhood book was a Golden book from the 60's called Little Mommy - very old fashioned with the little girl as a stay at home mommy, tending to the babies while Daddy worked. people always said I looked like the girl on the cover :) thanks for the chance to win!

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  70. amazing versatility. this is the perfect addition to any collection. i need this one BAD! ;o)

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  71. well...i never.
    thought i would need another flower set...but i guess i will need to add this one to the g'ole cart too...
    thanks for the great previews!
    Congrats on the next release.
    Jo

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  72. GORGEOUS cards! just love those stamps!!

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  74. This is my fave LawnFawn set yet (well, I really love just my type, too LOL-have yet to get that one!) Beautiful samples-WOW! So bright and cheery!

    Oh, and my fave children's book, wow. Hmm, anything Beatrix Potter and of course, Alice, although that's more like my fave adult book :)

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  75. Great blooms!!! The samples are really GORGEOUS!!
    My fav childhood book would have to be the fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs... ;-)

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  76. Great blooms!!! The samples are really GORGEOUS!!
    My fav childhood book would have to be the fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs... ;-)

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  77. Oh what fun blooms! The DT shows off their great versatility too. My favorite kid's book: Green Eggs And Ham!

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  78. Super stamps. Thank you for the opportunity to win. My favourite children's book was Red Roofs by Enid Blyton.

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  79. great cards!!
    oh my, where do i start on my favorite books =) I used to read all the books from Beverly Cleary, The Babysitters Club and those Sweet Valley High series,, to name a few!
    thanks for the chance to win!
    hugs
    juli

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  80. I'm really loving these bold, beautiful flowers!!! Can't wait to see the entire set!

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  81. What fun cards! I can't wait to see the full set! My favorite set of books was the Ramona series! She was a character for sure! :)

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  82. My very most favorite book as a child was "5 Pennies To Spend". It was a Golden Book. We read it so much as children that is now worn out but I still love it.

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  83. I'm loving the sneak peaks. The projects look great. My favorite childhood book was Tom and Huck. I still have one of my books from when I was younger and still read it every now and then. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  84. FOR ANGELA


    I actually have 2 favorite childhood books...Chicken Soup With Rice and Bread and Jam For Frances.
    My Dad always read them to my sister and myself at bedtime and now that he has passed away, it is one of my greatest memories of time with him :)

    Thanks again for the chance to win this giveaway!

    ~Angela D.

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  85. Such cute releases! Looking forward to seeing what else is in store.

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  86. Love this release!

    My favorite childhood book was The Amazing Story of Henry Sugar by Roald Dahl.

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  87. Hands down my favorite childhood book was Charlotte's Web...what a great question, Kelly Marie!

    Love this set...LOVE THEM ALL!
    Really great job!

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  88. Well, with a name like Judy's Booms, I just *had* to come running and see!! And I treated to quite a blooming set of inspiration! :>

    I have so many favorite childhood books, but let's just say that I could not even count just how many times I read "Are You There God? Its Me, Margaret" and "Deenie". And I do distinctly remember a certain book report presentation day when I brought all the ingredients into the class and made some Freckle Juice. The poor boy who had to go after me (Sorry, David!) was not overly thrilled. Turns out, Freckle Juice does not smell good...not good at all.

    Hope the rest of your week blooms brightly!! :>:>

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