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May 28, 2009

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JeriAnn

Looking forward to seeing your students' work, Steph! This looks like a colorful journey with lots of beautiful destinations.

gloria

Looks like great fun. The ladies are enjoying themselves and that is whats important. Have a great weekend. I like the shrine idea, looks easy enough but I haven't tried it yet.

Julie Prichard

How fun!!

rochambeau

Oh how lovely!
SO happy for you!
You are inspiring me to get my friends together here. Thank you! Everyone's shrines turned out great.
Thank you for sharing!1
xox
Constance

LIsa Hoffman

I was JUST in my studio working on new things for the First FAC in the Mango Studio!

I love the name: Mango Studio.
Mine would more likely be Mangled Studio.

listen...that's the sound of power tools....

Chris

Oh, wow. I'm JEALOUS!! But in a good way. LOVE cigar box adventure, and these shrines are handsome. Congrats on your first class! Now I'm off to look for your list of classes so I can drive over there.

(My partner's last name is Miller and it's always Miller time! HA!)

Leau

cool! love it when a plan comes together!! smooches

Laume

This post makes me crave studio time like CRAZY! Gotta get those plants in the ground though before they croak. Then studio. I need Hermione's time turner!

3rdEyeMuse

why oh WHY are there 2000 miles between me and Mango Studio classes?!?

elsa

((WOW)) Steph!
can't wait to see the afters

wish i could be there too!

rivergardenstudio

These shrines are so creative! I love the work of your students as they begin these projects and their smiles show their joy to be there with you in the mango studio...

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