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February 26, 2011


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I was going to say that this journal entry looks lovely but now that you've confessed your love of speech bubbles I have to say that this work is outstanding! :)

michelle ward

TJ - *insert APPLAUSE APPLAUSE in bubble*
Fantastic forensic evidence page. (btw, you are going to love the next challenge) Love hearing your breakdown above. You should print this out and tuck in somewhere. How fun that you captured a night out. Love the bubbles and dots. Thanks for sharing with the team - and for linking us to your very cool post about the crusades. Bravo! *take a bow*

Lay Hoon

Love the speech bubbles. You are so creative to split the evidence into categories. The journal spread looks fabulous.


Awesome breakdown of your page and evidence! I love your use of the speech bubbles and how you weren't afraid to share your incriminating evidence! LOL. Great page!


Great page. Speech bubbles are so cool, I love to use them too, especially in my diary where I say things to myself or others say things I should be reminded of. :-)


Love your pages. The lettering is very beautiful and ofcourse the speech bubbles (love that expression!)


As we used to say when we were kids when me met someone new who made us laugh and smile straight away – “you’re FUNNY, I LIKE you :) ”

I chuckled along reading this blog entry and I really like your journal pages too. I have a couple of speech bubble rubber stamps tucked away somewhere, you have inspired me to go and rummage them out.

I’m glad to have found your blog via the Crusades, and will have a good look around the rest of your site later on

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