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Happy New Year 2010!


Wishing everyone much peace, health and joy in the New Year! I want to take this time to also thank all my readers and customers for their support and kind words throughout the past year. Your friendship, encouragement and support means a lot to me and inspires me to keep designing and creating. It's been a little over two years since I opened my shop, Pesky Cat Designs. I've enjoyed the creative journey and look forward to the year ahead. Wishing you all the very best!

Comments

Esme said…
Happy New Year to you-everytime I see Annie I think I am looking at Magellan.
Yes, Magellan does look a lot like Anni!
abigail said…
Happy New Year!
I love that photo.
Anya said…
Happy New Year
or in Dutch we say
Gelukkig Nieuwjaar :-)

Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)
Loddelina said…
Happy New Year,
I am looking forward to your 2010 designs!
EvaForeva said…
Happy New Year! I love your purses! And thanks for stopping by my blog!
Mitsy / ArtMind said…
Wish you all the same and more! :)
Happy New Year! (And that's a VERY cool tapestry bag.)
Sandrine said…
Hi Elisa, Thanks for the lovely wishes and happy new year to you and your loved one too:)xx
alissa said…
happy new year to you too!

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