Wednesday, August 29, 2018

A Sneak Peek ~ Gentlework by Gina

With the help of the Craftopus and other toys, I was able to finish up some pretty projects.  Lilah Rose does love to play and play we do but not 24/7 as she'd like.

Some of the Gentlework journals have a pocket on the inside cover.  Some of the journals have crochet lace or paper lace.  Each have 100 lined pages to fill to your heart's content.







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And that's my sneak peek!

12 comments:

  1. I love these journals and know they will be popular! Enjoy your crafting and best of luck with the sales. I know you'll do great!

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    1. Thank you, Diane. I love the vintage look about them. :-)

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  2. They are exquisite.....but I guess only for USA buyers?

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    1. Thank you so much, Elizabeth. No, not just for USA buyers. I will weigh them to see how much it would cost to ship them anywhere and charge the appropriate shipping price. The store will figure out the cost once the buyer adds their address/zip code.

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  3. Good Luck on your new endeavors Gina.

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  4. Hi Gina, following you and love seeing your brilliant ideas, these are magnificent...love the gorgeous feminine touches...[aussie aNNie blog] ♥ ♥

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    1. Hi Annie! So nice to meet you. Thank you for visiting, commenting, and following. I look forward to visiting you!

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  5. Way to go!
    Wishing you all the best in your new adventure with your little store!
    Darling journals!

    ~K.

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  6. They are so pretty, I wish you all the best in your new adventure!!

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    1. Thanks, Connie. I am pleased with how they came out.

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