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No two dolls were the same. I want one!! http://down---to---earth.blogspot.com/
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Sunday, January 30, 2011
Mary and Tess working.
Carol B. working.
Half of the room busy.
Mary Lou masking.
Me, Barb, getting started.
Poor unembellished cases.
Donna and her geranium case.
Karla preparing her case.
Kay working on Avis' FW case. Avis had to work.
Tess displays her finished case.
This picture shows about 2/3 of the room.
We had nine students, I think, and we all had a really good time. I don't think any of us finished our cases, but most have a very good start and some were very close to being done.