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I love my new computer!

One of the tests that I have to judge this new system is whether or not I have to bug my husband to upload photos onto my computer. My last computer was too slow for my new camera and I needed to use a cable that I didn't have, etc., so I had to ask Kelly for help. I'm excited to show that I took these pictures a few minutes ago of my china hutch, which I've just started decorating for Easter, and I was able to upload them myself onto my new computer. I'm a big girl now!
So far, so good. It's fast too! Be sure to notice the cute little card on the top shelf, designed by Mandi, that I made last year at her open house. It's the cutest Easter card and I had to save it.

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Just Julie said…
The dishes look stunning! I love brown toille dishes!
Kelly said…
Thanks, Julie. If anyone could appreciate them, I knew it would be my little sis.
Chris and Mandi said…
kelly- I love how you decorate your hutch for every season and holiday. I think that is such a fabulous idea. I feel very special to have made the hutch!
You do such a great job coordinating colors and redecorating. It's fun to go over every once in a while and see the new display :)
Juventud said…
I also loved your decorated hutch--you're always so festive! It looks even more fabulous in person!
Julie said…
I think you need to be an interior decorator! Your hutch looks awesome and you are a master when it comes to presentation!

Totally random comment: I LOVE my new PC knives!!! They are seriously the best ever! Thank you for doing a kitchen show for me so I could get them for FREE!!! :)

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