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Monday, March 31, 2008

March Swap Package

Here are all the lovely goodies that I got from Nancy. I could not believe all the goodies that she sent. Let me tell you waht all was in that lovely Basket:

A lovely pattern for teddy bears with 2 skeins of organic cotton and one skein of brown cotton, stuffing for my bears, stitch markers, stitch holders, some lovely Bamboo DPN's, a post card, a CD of Irish ballads, a notepad and gel pens, a clover keychain, a chocolate bunny that is half gone (the boys ate the ears), some Bourbon creams biscuits, little chicks in egg cups, my pretty mug and some cute napkins. I hope I didn't miss anything. Nancy thank you so much. I really enjoyed opening this and looking through all the goodies that you sent.

Jennifer W

1 comment:

Nancy said...

So glad you liked it all. We have an Irish/English store in town..a new tea store and tea cafe/restaurant. It was fun finding Irish themed things there and I thought I would mix it up with the Easter stuff. I am going to get some of that cotton and make my own bears for my daughter.I think they are so cute!