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Happy Mother's Day!

 Last week our artists were busy planning little gifts, cards and other stuff for Mother's Day. They did not want to reveal their creations until they were through and were glad to find perfect hiding places at home - where mommies generally don't peek into. Tough thing to do, though!!!

Well, we decided to use a rough sample to add a little color to our post!

We all wanted to share that we had great fun creating a lot of stuff that we plan to post later...if possible ( if the mommies would agree to part with them)

So that say's it all - Happy Mother's Day :)


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