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Old 09-05-2011, 07:38 AM
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Aunt Kay loves Maxine. Treasureit was kind enough to send me one of her leftover Maxine panels. So I used it for a bag for Aunt Kay. Aunt Kay lives 'down at the home' and mentioned that the other residents had personal signs on their doors and I made her a special sign of her own. Her favorite color is yellow and she has always grown roses. Since Aunt Kay is getting up there in years and is ready for the next stage 'at the home', I made her an adult bib with her name on it. She loves flowers and I had this violets collar panel for years... finally found a use for it. As you can see from the pics, she was thrilled to receive them when I was on my vacation last month.
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Old 09-05-2011, 07:41 AM
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Beautiful and practical gifts:) How thoughtful of you. Love them all!
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Old 09-05-2011, 07:43 AM
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Very nice and thoughtful!
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Wonderful gifts. They are useful and fun to use
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Wonderful gifts. They are useful and fun to use
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Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! When I worked in the nursing home we used the term "clothing protector"!
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Hooray for Aunt Kay! What great gifts, you are a good niece!
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that looks like something I could use at home. I for some reason or other seem to drip onto my blouses or my t shirts. Would protect my clothing.
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Very nice
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How wonderful you are to make those for her. I know she loves them.
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