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June 24th, 2007, 07:39 AM
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Heather the Mama Duk
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: San Antonio TX
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It was so fun! Boy were we sore when we got finished. I got lots of stuff. My parents had given me $50 and my aunt and uncle had given me $10 for my birthday and I spent $57 at the convention. Then we went to the LSS right by the convention center and I spend another $38. Not bad at all.

Here's what I got:
12x12 red glitter paper sheet
SEI iron-on art black velvet girl sheet (she's reading a book in one part of it and my daughter is always reading so I had to get it)
Washington DC laser cut border (which, oddly enough, has the Masonic Temple which is in VA on it)
Sparkle Girly rub-ons (I fell in love with rub-ons from a kit swap on here!)
A foamies car cut out
Light blue heart shaped raindrop stickers
USA paper sculpture stickers
Number rub-ons
Jolee's Boutique Little Man sticker set
Phrase Cafe What Makes a Dad? sticker set
Jolee's Boutique blue "cement" baby hand and footprint stickers
Phrase Cafe names of Baby Body Parts stickers
Wooden pieces with "burnt" edges to spell out C-A-M-E-R-O-N and 3 stars
Crop Toppers Baby Steps page title
Jolee's by You sandcastle sticker
Snowflake Quicklets (like eyelets but can be set using just a regular pen)
Soft Spoken Brothers stickers
baby boy spelled out in silver dots sticker
Rainbow in rhinestones sticker
Deluxe Cuts dolphins
Deluxe Cuts movie clapboard
Yard of red and green plaid ribbon
Yard of footprint ribbon
Jolee's Boutique America's Seamstress stickers (colonial woman stuff)
Jolee's Boutique Declaration of Independence stickers (colonial man stuff)
Virginia stickers
1st birthday stickers
Giggle rub-ons
White lace border stickers
Me and My Sister rub-ons
Sandcastles rub-ons
Blue onesie brads
Tools border stickers
Bazzill Quotes Drama Queen Girl stickers
Fishing Stickers
Legos brads
Yard of measuring tape ribbon
Yard of Happy Everything! ribbon
Yard of Reading Writing Arithmetic ribbon

I also did one make and take. For $2 at the SEI booth I made a two page spread using the fishing boy iron-on art black velvet stuff. Leftover after making the pages I have a butterfly, a dog, two fish on a rope, a picnic basket, and a boy's profile from the iron-on art sheet.

~Heather, wife to Jamie (15 years; June 5, 1998) and mom to
Ani - 14 (February 15, 2000), Cameron - 12 (October 3, 2001),
Fritz - 7 (July 11, 2006), and Adrian - 5 (June 19, 2008)
Smaller on the Outside

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