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Hi Erin, did I read that correctly NEXT YEARS BOM????!!!! Count me in. I love the designs you make and am enjoying Florabunda to bits. Hug from Anita.

Your instructions are inspiring.

Thanks for taking the time and effort to blog these wonderful ideas so they inspire us to 'just do it'.

What a beautiful applique flower Erin!

Very nice!

Well, I can't wait. It looks very pretty. I followed your instructions for making the petals in block 6 of Florabunda and it turned out pretty nice.
Erin thanks again for everything.

Very cute flowers!!

Oh this color combination is absolutely Heavenly. The orange is like sherbet and the blue like summer popsicles - on my screen anyway :o)

I adore these flowers. Thank you for your prolific blog and sharing your creative talent with us. I check your blog everyday. Did I already say that once?

I would like you to visit my Weekly Craft Vlog on YouTube. I am part of a growing group of crafters called Talk To Me Tuesday (TTMT). We show and tell our crafts each week in video form. It's lots of fun and we get to know each other so much better through the addition of video in our online chronicling of our creativity. Here's a link to my channel. My subscriptions are all TTMTers and we have a LiveJournal group too. http://www.youtube.com/user/lunaneela

Have a great weekend :o)

I meant to say that I would like to "invite" you to visit my Weekly Craft Vlog. The way I typed it before it didn't sound very good. :o)

Erin, that flower is great! Next year, huh? I'm going to have to get my butt in gear and do this year's. :)
What do you use as your pressing surface? Is it like Sharon Schamber's?

My pressing surface is cotton drill over batting over plywood. I think its like Sharons.

Next year's BOM, hmmmm....that sounds tempting. Maybe 2011 will be the year of applique for me.

It looks so easy when you show us, but mine aren't that beautiful. I will keep practicing

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