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June 22, 2010


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I miss you! Loved the link for the collages! I saw Betsy King's collages she made in Photoshop for her son's room, one of artwork and one of book covers, and thought they were awesome!


I love posts like this because I like to see new things. You are the second person I've seen recommend the Lightscoop so I'm going to give it a try. I have a horrible time trying to get dress pictures without shadows and such so maybe this will help.

Johanna - Simply Create Kids

Thanks so much for the kind words on my site!! The collages are so fun to see everyone's talented kids! Oh, and the other links--GOOD stuff! Loving that Garnish site!


Wow! I looked up the Lightscoop and decided to go ahead and order one. I haven't done too much with it yet, but I played around with it a little bit yesterday and the difference in the pics are amazing!!! Thanks for posting about it! I can tell I'm really going to love it, and it will help solve my "don't use the flash issues" until I learn more about the manual settings on my camera.

Julia VP

Your posts are always exciting... but sometimes I sit on your blog for a while just to soak in the amazing music!

Angela Gilbreath

Thank you so much for this post! I love it when you share stuff like this. I bought one of the flash bounce kits. My flash broke and I can't afford to buy a new one right now. But for this price I figured I would try it out. Keeping my fingers crossed that it works well. I would love for it to help with indoor pictures I take of the kids.

And I can't wait to make some of the pom-poms. How cute are those!!! Eden will love making them and Josiah will love another ball to play with.

Thanks for Angey's links. I'll start following her too :)

This was an awesome post. So glad I stopped by tonight :)


Just swinging on by to say thanks for the Garnish shout-out! Now off to get lost in your most heart warming stories.

Garnish + Enjoy,

- Suzanne


ps. Here's a website for some more really cool camera straps! They are hand made to order and made with the polypropylene. I love my neoprene strap too, but I SO want one of these!


LOVE LOVE LOVE these! I'm totally doing the fans for Avery's room! Since we rent, I don't want to paint and the girls' walls are so bare. This is a fantastic idea I think she'll love! I have an on camera flash that has a button that you can dim the flash. It seems to work fairly well. Then I have a separate flash with diffuser that I like to use. Wondering which is better? Add on flash? Or on camera flash with a Lightscoop?

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