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Tuesday, November 27, 2007



How fun! What a dream come true for a girl! Does A Muse have a Nutcracker solder card? Hmmm...

Linda SS

Your daughter must be having so much fun:) She looks so darling, the costume is fabulous. I try to see the Nutcracker every other year or so - I just love going.


That looks like so much fun Linda. They are just the cutest little nutcrackers. Great idea Nicole, that would be a great stamp.


looks like a ton of fun (and work)... they look adorable!


What an awesome experience to be a part of! My boys just do not have any appreciation for the ballet but I love it. The PNB Nutcracker is one of my favorites. Truly an experience to remember for all of you!


Awww, makes me remember my days in the Nutcracker...so long ago! I'm sure Hailey is having the best time-I know I did. Great job on the make-up! :) And the Commedia costumes are my FAVE--I adore that dance! Thanks for sharing.


One of my most favorite moments growing up was The Nutcracker - my local dance company toured all over the state and I was lucky enough to dance in the productions for six years. My mum was a "stage mum" and helped us put on our makeup before each show. I had permanent red cheeks from all the blush and bright red lipstick smeared on them! What's so wonderful about this ballet is that the entire family gets to be part of it - as a cast member, audience member or backstage helper. My parents managed to make it to every one of my performances when I was Clara way back when - it will always be one of the things I am most thankful for in my lifetime.

Now, if I could somehow hint to my husband that the perfect gift would be to see The Nutcracker performed by the PNB - any chance, Linda, you can say it's part of my duty as a guest designer?


I really like the way you think outside of the box. I LOVE that you make paper to fit your needs. People giggle when I tell them I make my own paper on Microsoft Excel...sometimes you just want something different.

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