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December 18, 2007

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halowrites

rub-ons are an addiction, it's true-- but one that's good for your health :D thanks for the link to the online magazine-- so cool!

dallasnz

Have you tried any homeopathic remedies?? Would be better than the normal mind-numbing stuff you think?Gorgeous layout (as ever!) and that's one impressive fishy!!

barb

I LOVE that LO. I will be sure to pick up a copy of that magazine when I'm out at the LSS this week. :)Great shot of Paul too! HOLY man, that's one HUGE fish! Congrats to him. As for your giveaway, I'm off to link your blog for a few friends to come play. I know I've gotten a few of my blogging buddies addicted to your blog in the past. Goes to show... you're talented, fun, and you should really blog more often! ;)

Krista

got the mag. love it. sorry about the hayfever! I do love rub-ons though! don't we all!

Debs - Scrappygirl

Nic, awesome layout, awesome fish and an awesome remedy for hayfever are homepathic sprays!

Donna Springgay

Hey nicI soo get the hayfever thing. It's such a nightmare then if you take too many drugs for it you end up with nose bleeds on christmas day At least i do LOL)_ Fun Fun!I'd love to go in the draw for the rub ons thanks.PS have finished my confessions album Im such a good girl :) NOT

Debs - Scrappygirl

Nic, awesome layout, awesome fish and an awesome remedy for hayfever are homepathic sprays!

Trace

Eat more CRANBERRIES!! Okay so that just might not work!! - have you tried an osteopath, doesn't stop the sneezing and the itchy throat (so hate that) but does stop you from getting a blocked nose.

Ali B

I have been told that a drop of castor oil in a teaspoon of water taken every morning will cure hayfever. It's worth a try anyway.

Anonymous

hi nic, thanks for being a great source of inspiration. as for the hay fever, i use claryntine and find it doesnt make me groggy, i can use it while i got to work no problemshona

Anonymous

Apart from locking yourself inside with an HRV (or similar) working hard to vent out the pollens I am afraid I have to side with your Hubby. A good dose of "Christmas Spirit" fixes all ails.Love the layout - off to try and download the mag now.Pop me in the draw please - thanks

Anonymous

Apart from locking yourself inside with an HRV (or similar) working hard to vent out the pollens I am afraid I have to side with your Hubby. A good dose of "Christmas Spirit" fixes all ails.Love the layout - off to try and download the mag now.Pop me in the draw please - thanks Christine Cleary

Anonymous

Lovin your work Nic. If I was you, I would give hubbys remedy a go, sounds good to me. Thanx for the link to the mag, awesome work you have in there. Have a great Christmas.

Ria

You cannot imagine how many rubons I have at home, but a scrapgirl never has enough eh? Hi, I am Ria from the Netherlands! I enjoyed seeing your blog and your beautiful work, you will see me here more often, for inspiration! Have a great Xmas time!!Big dutch hugsRia

Siobhan

Hi Nic,I have been reading your blog for ages and did your classes at CC07 in Sydney this year. I love catching up through your stories of your family. I would love to be in the draw for some rubons - you can never have too many. Anyway bye for now I am off to grab some acrylic albums from Kiwiscraps.

Kimmie

Hayfever sucks. Move to the top of Mt Cook, no pollen there! :)

Anonymous

Wow that Canadian mag is great Nic...thanks for the link...your pages looked fab as always...gorgeous pics! Hope you have a fabulous Christmas. Linda L.

Emily B

Thanks! Emily

Rach

well impressed with your hubbys fishy!!! congrats on the mag article too can't wit to have a wee look....merry christmas. Rxx

colebreemom(Sue)

Awesome Layout!!Gotta love rub ons!

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