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November 09, 2011


Jen Crossley

Thanks for the feature Brenda.I agree You must go for it, go to a retreat there is nothing quiet like it,the friendships that are made the creative vibe is great on its own,and to learn,that's what its all about Learning,Sharing and Fun.

Denise Petersen

Great article. I love the Art and Soul Retreats. I make jewelry too. You can find my blog at: reinventedobjects.blogspot.com

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