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Amy Woo
Reformed party girl, now living in the 'burbs with two kids, a cat and a hairy boyfriend.
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Amy Woo is now following Kajsa Wikman
Feb 14, 2010
Ooh patchwork dolls. That could be kind of great! Can't wait to see what you come up with.
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2010 on Did I say scrapless? at Blinking Flights
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Do you know I starched his antenna to try and make them stand up! But because I used such a lightweight yarn they just wouldn't do it! So glad you liked everything, and you are, of course, completely welcome. It's nice to make things for nice people! x
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2010 on Thank you Amy!! at Blinking Flights
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So glad to hear you got your little package! When I saw the little bee on your etsy favourites I thought he would be the perfect gift! He was most pleased to hear he was flying off to Australia and escaping all the snow! I was so happy to read your message, it cheered me up no end. You totally deserve lovely little packages of gifts! Amy x
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2010 on Blinky making for Haiti! at Blinking Flights
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This is so sweet! I have starred it for use in future. The possibilities are endless for a project like this! Thanks for sharing x
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2010 on DIY - Snow Globe Postcards at giddygiddy
So glad someone found your doll. Of course they loved it, how could they not?!
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2010 on This warms my heart! at Blinking Flights
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Oh, so pretty! You are clever! The doll is beautiful!
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2010 on A Lazy Sunday: at Blinking Flights
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Amy Woo is now following Rebecca
Dec 29, 2009
Ok thanks for your help! I have bitten the bullet and signed up for the cheapest account. Yesterday I couldn't get anything to work and I was moments away from just hurling my laptop out the patio doors, but today I sat down calmly with a cup of tea and went through everything and I actually have designed quite a calming restful layout using the theme builder. I like it because it feels a lot more uncluttered than my blogspot page. I thought blogspot was easier to use, but once I got used to the language of Typepad it is actually quite simple to get things looking how you want them to! Although, now that I'm paying for my blog, I am definitely motivated to post more often!
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Oh and Happy Christmas! I see it is nearly 9am where you are, but it's only 9:40pm here! x
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Also, I would like to ask whether you pay for your Typepad account, because I am thinking of moving over from Blogger (as I have so many problems with it!) but it has only given me the option of one layout and I hate it! I wondered whether I was doing something wrong as all the other other Typepad blogs I read look like yours, but that doesn't seem to be an option on the free typepad blogs! I know looks aren't everything, but they are something! Thanks in advance, I did a full on Google search for answers but came up with zilch!
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Posted Dec 24, 2009 at Amy Woo
Amy Woo is now following The Typepad Team
Dec 24, 2009