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Enameling with Barbara Lewis

Who is going to the class on Saturday in Reston with Barbara Lewis? I am!!! I am bringing some beads to trade if anyone is interested!


jessememan said…
me!!!yay!! Gahh! I gots to find some $$$ :)
Marie Cramp said…
Don't I wish!! I think I live a little far though. I am just going to have to wing it I guess :) Have fun for me!!

Judy said…
OK, I am very jealous, have fun~!
I WISH!!!! You all have fun!
Silver Parrot said…
I'm so jealous! Have a great time and hope you make some fantastic stuff! Also, tell Barbara that we West Coast girls need her to come teach a workshop OUT HERE!

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