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  • http://inspireonlinemagazine.typepad.com/jjune2010.pdf
    This months edition is dedicated to tea time, we have included projects, articles and even fashion. To open up the magazine click on the June cover, located on the left hand side of the blog page. Enjoy, The Inspire Team.

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April 01, 2010

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Sav O'Gwynn

WOW--just became a member on FB and found your blog--super fun mag! I couldn't download some of the files--but that is a minor problem! Love everything:)

My only organizational tip is "put it back where you found it". I try to be organized...but if something is not put back where it belongs...organization goes out the window:)

THANKS for this great online mag!

helena

What a wonderfull site I found today. Thank you very much for the sharing. I'll put the link on my blog.

Vidertextil

Thanks for the inspiring tips and tricks and ... everything
Viviane
http://vidertextil.skynetblogs.be

Bev C

Thanks guys for such a wonderful download. That stitchery with the monkeys is so cute. My organising tip would be to store like minded things together. Ziplock bags and those plastic A4 sheets are my best friends for storing patterns and material that I am working on. Happy days.
Bev.xoxox

Maria

Hi this is Maria from Galleria di Luce. I've been trying to get in touch with you and not sure that my emails are getting through. Would you please contact me at design@galleriadiluce.com when you have a chance. Thanks.

jengd

Just stumbled on you and glad I did! My tip would be to get a plastic hanging file box, a bunch of hanging folders, and store all of your paper scraps in folders, separated by color, pattern, etc.

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