Sunday, January 27, 2013

Dare to Dresden Blog Hop {Plus a Giveaway}

Today is the day!  It's my day on the Dare to Dresden blog hop hosted by Madame Samm and Christine from Quilt Monster in My Closet!  A huge thank you to both of them for organizing this event.  

This is my first time to participate in one of Madame Samm's hops so I'm super duper excited.  I thought this would be a super simple project for me.  Boy was I wrong!  My brain just did not want to cooperate.  I think I tried to hard to come up with something "different."  I really didn't want to make a traditional Dresden.  

I do have a couple blocks to share.  I'm not sure I love either one of them but I think that's ok.  I'm sure I'm not the first person to make something they don't love.  We can't always be successful at everything, right?  The first one is probably my favorite.
What do you all think?  It's not bad but just not exactly what I had pictured in my brain.  

Here's attempt number two.  Warning...this one is definitely not a traditional Dresden.  I had to paper piece this one.  
Hannah said this one reminds her of something out of Candy Land.  I like the concept of this one but I need to tweak it.  It isn't exactly what I had pictured either.  

I do have one project that I'm super proud of...The Cube pincushion.  I think I must have used up all my Dresden energy when I created this one.  
Hopefully you can see the Dresdens on the corners.  You can find a tutorial for The Cube here or download the PDF here.

I hope you all aren't too disappointed with my Dresdens.  I kinda feel like I let you guys down but hopefully not.

Make sure you check out all the other hoppers...

January 28th, 2013
Rosemary B @ “that Other Blog”

And I have one last nugget of goodness...we're giving away an EZ Dresden ruler to one lucky winner.  This is a very handy little ruler when it comes to making Dresdens!

You don't have to be a follower to win, although we'd love to have you stick around and get to know us.  Just leave us a comment to enter.  You can earn an extra comment if you want to pin a tutorial or quilt from our blog or tweet the giveaway.  Just leave separate comments.

I hope you all enjoyed my weird Dresden blocks.   

178 comments:

Judy B said...

Who could be disappointed in your Candy Land and the cube pincushion, both stunning spins on the Dresden! Can you hear my printer spitting out the pincushion pattern, LOL! Thank you for sharing, the great giveaway and the great pattern. jbechosend at sbcglobal.net

Michelle said...

Those definitely aren't a let down -- they're gorgeous!

Tracee said...

I can definitely see the dresdens on the cubes what a fabulous idea.

Pam @Threading My Way said...

Love your cube pincushion, with the pocket and the Dresden on the corner. Very clever!!!

Phyllis said...

I am a follower and I think your blocks look fine. I'm a new quilter so I haven't tried anything too complicated yet. In fact, I'm still collecting stash!:)
Love the cube pincushion too.

Amy said...

Love them all! But the paper pieced one is my favorite.

Sunshine Girl said...

Oh no dont be worried I think these are all fantastic! Definately different which makes them stand out all the more - I love the candy one and those boxes are super cute. Thanks for sharing.

CarrieM said...

It's fun to learn about dresdens, you can be our test monkey!

carrie dot hare at gmail.com

Ali said...

I'm not normally a big fan of dresdens, but I really like your takes on all of them. I'd be more likely to do something like the first one, even though the second one is my favorite. What a weirdo I am ;)

Deborah said...

Your dresdens are amazing - I love all of them!

Martina said...

I love your dresden versions and think they are very cute! And the cube pincushion is really great!

Rebeckah Austin said...

Oh pick me!

Rebeckah Austin said...

I follow you!

Rebeckah Austin said...

I pinned it!

Nati said...

Vicki, I love the candy "dresden". It is so cute, and for some reason I just thought of a wonky clock when I saw it!

karamino said...

its great, thank you for tutorial!

Britt-Inger said...

All your Dresdens are stunning. And your pincushion is sew awesome. Thanks for sharing your creativity and I must make a pincushion like that.

karamino said...

Pinned http://pinterest.com/pin/261490322086182129/

Theresa said...

Love both of the first two Dresdens - especially the one with the off centre circle, that is quite unique. Your boxes are fantastic and I can just see the little Dresdens on them.

Gill said...

Wow! I love your dresdens - especially the first one! I'd love to try that one, it appears to float!
Thanks for sharing!

Chiska said...

I love your second dresden and your blocks

Jess said...

Honestly Vicki, they are awesome dresdens! I particularly love the second one - such a groovy design.

Lia*s Handmades said...

The blocks both look great! I love the colours on the first one and the second one reminds me of a Japanese flag lol.
I'm a follower by the way :)

Lia*s Handmades said...

I tweeted this giveaway: https://twitter.com/wolfgirl_28/status/295829495364087808

Nellie Duclos said...

Vicki-Love your Dresden #2-is there a tutorial for that? I like new adaptations of traditional blocks. From CA, thanks for sharing.

Suze said...

Thanks for the tutorial for the cube. I'm looking for fun projects for our guild's next quilt show in June 2014. This looks like a great candidate. Your Dresdens are great! You are very creative. Thanks for the great giveaway. Moreover, thanks for participating in the blog hop and the inspiration.

charlotte said...

I L-O-V-E your Dresdens, especially the second one. It is so cool! I think the cube is a great idea. Love the Dresden on the corner. But don't enter me in the giveaway, I have one of those rulers and I'm sure someone else needs one too.

Fiesta said...

Gorgeous work. Thank you for sharing such wonderful eye candy today.

Rosa said...

Love your dresden and the last one is my favorite.All are spectacular!

svelder said...

I love your dresdens! Every dresden has their own look and place and even your creations are great because they are so unique!
Thanks for the chance to win!

Debby said...

That first dresden (pink, teal and cream) is AWESOME and I'd love to give it a try myself. I already have my own dresden tool, so don't put me in your contest. The second one is also truly creative. The cube is cute, but both of your OWN designs are what caught my eye! Thanks for sharing.

Patty C. said...

How could you possibly say you let anyone down - That cube is fantastic !!!!!!!! And ....thank you so much for the Giveaway - I am really wanting to make Dresden's now - I could really use that ruler & a cube pincushion made following your PDF - Wonderful post !!!!

Anonymous said...

I think you did a great job. I love the second spiral one it reminds me of a hynotic spiral.And your cube is great.

Sowing Stitches said...

Talk about eye candy! You've tapped into your inner child and captured Candyland!!!!!!

Thearica said...

If anyone leaves your blog this morning disappointed, then they didn't come for positive reasons to begin with! I bet your dresdens take one of the top 3 honors for today!

I cant choose a favorite!I love them all!

I may make one of your cubes for a swap I am in!

mtnquiltr said...

I like your take on the Dresdens, but I love the first one! I can totally see trying that one!

mtnquiltr said...

I've used your pillowcase tute before, and it's pinned!

Gemma Jackson said...

Your dresdens are fantastic! I love how you really made it your own. I think the second candy land one is my favourite :)

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Such playful and delightful take on the dresden. The 'candyland' really is pretty so don't give up on that design. The cube is too cute!! Thank you for sharing with us today.

Mommarock said...

Super Dresden love it!! That second candyland design is a true delight. It just makes my heart go pitter patter and it needs to be followed thru into a quilt design for SURE!!!

KaHolly said...

Vicki, your work is just delightful! No disappointment here, THAT's for sure!

Die Butjenterin Abschnitt said...

Your Dresden Plate are beautiful.
Thank you for sharing.

patchouli moon studio said...

Are you kidding that you don't think your own Dresdens are just fabulous? I like things that are different. They are all great and what a useful and interesting pincushion. I'll have to check out that tutorial on that one.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Now I like your blocks...especially the second one...you didn't take an easy way out either....good for you
!!I am a follower...thanks for the giveaway

Linda said...

No disappointment here! I love all of them! The pin cushions are especially sweet.

Ellie Q said...

Definitely enjoyed your weird dresden blocks! Love the white text fabric and the double circle on the first one. (And I'm in the same boat--so far, none of mine have turned out quite like I intended. Still working for my day on Thursday!) And the cube! Oh my! That is fantastic!!

Christine L said...

Your Dresdens are WONDERFUL! What were you thinking..letting me down..NO WAY! and a free pattern to boot! Can't wait to make one of those pinnies! I have a swap partner that will LOVE IT! The Paper pieced one does look very challenging and way to take the Dare to a new Level! Love them all! Hugs and Happy Hopping

Joyce Carter said...

Vicki, I really love your Dresdens. They're gorgeous! The second one looks like a candy lollipop. I could see it appliqued on a baby quilt.It would be so cute. Great job. Thank you for sharing and for the great giveaway.

Madame Samm said...

one word....STUNNING!

vicki said...

I think they are both cool looking. definatly(sp) different! lol Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

Gene Black said...

I am a follower and I would love to win thi s ruler
. I love the cube pincushion

carla said...

Hi!!! WOW!! I love them both and the pincushion!!! I love the visual effect both of your dresdens have!!! WOW!!! Thank You

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

R U Kidding. Your dresdens are awesome. Like the modern twist. Thanks for the tut and pattern.

pinsandneedles said...

No disappointment here! I love all of your lovely dresdens. Thanks for the pincushion tutorial!

MooseStash Quilting said...

I don't know what your talking about... your dresdens are just fabulous! And those cubes. I just gotta make one!

Dorian said...

I really like your first dresden. The colors are great. It would make a nice pillow! You did a great job on all of them. Those cubes are adorable!

Allison C said...

The "candy land" dresden is awesome!

Teresa said...

You should not be disappointed, you've done a great job. I love the Dresden plates.

Scrapatches said...

I really think your dresdens and very creative and pretty just as they are. Sometimes the finished piece might not be what we thought in our head but that does not make it perfect just as it is. Have fun playing with the patterns and making more new designs. Love the cube pincushion ... thanks sew much for sharing and for the free pattern ... :) Pat

Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy said...

Pinned it!
http://pinterest.com/pin/76631631131499011/

Carla said...

They are very interesting takes on dresdens! I tend to like more traditional dresden plates, but especially the second one is interesting. Thanks for the chance to win!

Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy said...

I LOVE your Dresden - what are you talking about letting us down? You silly quilter! I think your off-set center one is SO awesome and SO modern! I love it!!!

Pieces to Love said...

I love them both, I like the paper pieced one a bit more, because it is really outside the box.

Vivian said...

I love the two circles in the middle of the first dresden. Good idea. The cubes are cute.

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Gostei muito e também já fiz coisas que não amava,parabéns.Já fiz o seu cubo para minha sala de costura,todos gostam e te dou os créditos.Seguidora brasileira.

Obrigada.


tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Sandra said...

I like your Dresdens. Thank you for the chance to win the ruler.

Beth said...

I love your blocks! A tutorial for the second one would be great! ;)

Vicki H said...

I'm not disappointed. I especially like the first one with the ring around the center circle. thanks for sharing and the chance to win a ruler.

Just Carol said...

I love them! The colors and designs are very creative. Your block is just what I've been looking for--thanks for the pattern! :o)

Carolyn said...

Both of your dresdens look great! That second one is really fun and I totally see the candyland reference.

Tammy said...

I love them all. You totally succeded. Nothing shabby about these. They are all fabulous and I would be proud to say I had made them. You do realize we are allways our worst critic.
conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

Lana said...

Now that was a surprise and a GREAT ONE! Wish you could have heard me sigh when I saw it! I LOVE THIS...Never seen it before and may want you to do a pattern so I can do a quilt like this!!!!
AWESOME!

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

Your Dresdens are wonderful! Different and fun... Thanks for the giveaway chance too!

Sallie said...

Love your Dresdens, especially the paper pieced one! Thanks for the giveaway!

Lisa said...

These are great I would love to try your paper pieced block! I tried to download you cube but google docs hates my iPad. You did a beautiful unique job!

~Kelie~ said...

I absolutely LOVE both of your blocks! They are gorgeous! Don't enter me in the giveaway I've got a couple Dresden rulers already! Just wanted to say how much I love ur blocks!

DeAnna S. said...

WOW...your Dresden's are fantastic! They are so different! The cube is a great idea and I like the way you incorporated the Dresden into it. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway!

fenna said...

I really really like how those dresdens are on the corners like that--it adds such detail! Great job!

Gmama Jane said...

Oh mmy goodness, you did NOT let us down!! That cube is the cutest thing ever and the colors really POP!!
I love your choices
Blessings
Gmama Jane

suemac said...

The pink and white spiral reminds me of vertigo. So cute.

suemac said...

The pink and white spiral reminds me of vertigo. So cute.

lynaeve said...

thanks for the chance!

sew.darn.quilt said...

I really am drawn to your offset dresden, it's so cool!
Thank you for the chance:)

JudyCinNC said...

You could have definitely included them in your giveaway - they are gorgeous and so inspiring. Thanks from Judy Cc

JudyCinNC said...

A devoted follower who thinks your Dresdens are wonderful. Judy C thanks you for this opportunity to win.

Pierro said...

Rosemary B here:
All of your projects are jaw dropping gorgeous. I wanna make one of those cubes now. Love your creativity and inspiration! Thank you so much for sharing

Melissa said...

I love what you came up with, the second one has tons of awesome potential! (ps. don't pick me, I already have 2 wedge rulers and one lost one :) )

Kimberly Cassie @ Quilty Doodads said...

I think both of your dresdens are adorable! I love them. Where did you get the pattern to piece the off center pink and white one?

linynp said...

Vicki I love your dresdens! So much you'll see my blog tomorrow! Omg when I saw your cube!

Patty said...

I like your dresdens.I especially like the off set dresden. Now to go find your tute on the square pincushion.

Theresa said...

Your Candyland dresden and cube notions holder are lovely and fabulous!! Thanks so much for sharing and for the cube pattern!!

slacker said...

Love the cubes! Thanks!

Vivian said...

What's not to like about those blocks -- both a very inventive just like your Cube!

Thanks for sharing them all!

hueisei said...

The first block look great!
Thanks for sharing!

hueisei said...

I pinned and tweeted the news!

Emily C said...

Love the cubes. Your dresdens are nice, they are different, but still very pretty.

Kim West said...

Ohhhh... the pink and blue one is very pretty - love the two-center look! Ideas are forming in my head!

Catskill Quilter said...

Your Dresdens are wonderful - unique! I love the pincushion - amazing!

JanesQuilting said...

Your Dresden projects are all sweet. I just adore them. Thank you for sharing and yes, I seen them in the corners.

Simone said...

What fun you had playing with the dresden! Very creative! I also love the cube idea. Thanks for sharing!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Vicki I am definitely not disappointed! I love your second one the most but I'm a bit partial to pink. :) blessings, marlene

littlelixie said...

Your candyland block is amazing! I've included in in my post for tomorrow's bloghop day which I'm in ;) Any chance of making the template available?

the girlfriend gap said...

Creativity is hard work! Disappointed NOT! Blessings will come to those who keep creating. Love the blocks and very cute idea for the pincushion. Thank you for the pattern : ) Janita

S Walker said...

I think all of your blocks are marvelous. Don't know why you are disappointed, but if they are not what you pictured in your mind, I would like to see that picture. Saw your cubes earlier, but couldn't remember which blog I visited. Glad to come back to them on this trip.

Sheila said...

Far from being disappointed , your blocks are lovely , and yes the second one does look like a peppermint candy ,sweet! The pincushion is adorable , thanks so much for sharing your talents and being a part of the hop:-)

Amy Campbell said...

I love your "weird" Dresdens. :)
New follower here.
Campbellamyd at Gmail dot com

Mimi said...

You made some terrific Dresden blocks!! I love them!! When I bought one of those rulers for my sister, I should have got one for myself (silly me!), anyway, lady luck might be on my side and that would be sweet!!

Mimi said...

I tweeted: https://twitter.com/mimistarquilter/status/295981392196681729

Amy Campbell said...

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Linda said...

LOVE YOUR DRESDEN!
THANKS FOR SHARING A NEAT GIVEAWAY TOO!

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Linda said...

I love the off centre Dresden, what a lovely idea. Well done

LeAnne said...

I really like your Candy Land block.

Farm Quilter said...

The top Dresden reminds me of a windmill flower - totally adorable. I love your second Dresden - outrageously cool and definitely one I want to make!!! Reminds me of a vortex and I want it!!!!! Shush those negative comments cuz they are wrong, I tell you, WRONG!!!

Diann said...

I love the off-center Dresden and the cube pincushion. They are great.
(No need to include me in the giveaway since I already have the ruler.)

Lesley said...

I think your blocks are amazing! Especially the paper pieced one. And how creative with that pin cushion...you really should be very proud of yourself...go girl!

Margaret said...

I think your blocks are great. Especially the second one. The Dresden on the corner of the blocks is so cute. I would have never thought of that. Thanks for sharing. If I win the ruler, maybe I will try a Dresden block. Who knows. I want to try something new each month this year. I am a very happy and loyal follower, sort of like your own Lassie dog.

TheStylishHome said...

It's snowing here today and your first Dresden was a welcome ray of sunshine!

Lisa E said...

Vicki, you are too hard on yourself. I love everything you did. Any chance you could give information about how you did the first 2 blocks?

Linda J said...

The one that looks like gears is cool but how wonderful is that pink and white off center one! You did a great job with the cubes!

Nancy said...

Your idea for the pink and white dresden is great, who would have thought? Thank you for the PDF of the cube.

OhioLori said...

No way do I feel let down!!! Looove the Cubes...and the Dresdens!!! The Pink w/Turquoise is my FAVORITE!!! Very creative!!

I am already a follower too. thanks for chance to win a Dresden Template!!! Wooohoooo!!! :)

barbara woods said...

i have followed for a long time . love your blog

The Slow Quilter said...

Oh Wow! Love the dresdens, and I really love the cube, thank you for the PDF on this cube, it will also make a great gift for my sewing friend at Christmas this year.

gpc said...

You definitely did NOT let me down, I love all of them!

Colleen said...

Oh my! They are both just gorgeous! I like them both. Thanks for sharing with us. :)

pippirose said...

Your Dresdens are lovely. My favourite is the first one--love the colours!
:o)
Rose
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

Agnes B. Bullock said...

These are great! Love both of them and The Cube is sheer genius!

JustPam said...

I love your cube! I like the second block the best. I think it would look awesome in a quilt.

Connie said...

Beautiful projects Vicki and I actually really, really like the first one! Cute cube too!

HQT said...

I loved all three of your projects! Especially the first one- I'm inspired to try that on my own. Thank you for the directions to make the "CUBE" too! excellent work

Beth

evelyn said...

You did a fantastic job ! I love the candy land paper pieced dresden. No disapointment here.

Kathy H said...

I love your Dresden, especially the pink one with the offset center. Great.

Nikita said...

let us down?? Um, those are gorgeous! and I love the pin cushions..

sandra said...

You did a wonderful job with your dresdens give yourself a pat on the back. Always be happy with what you accomplish that is important.

Andrea said...

My, oh my those are lovely Dresden blocks...so very Modern. I also love your pin cushions. I already follow you by email. Enjoy!

Andrea said...

I pinned your Dresden to my Pinterest board.

ritainalaska said...

love your candy land dresden! i need piecing practuce ... this will be fun. thanx for the idea and the chance at your ruler - mine is 23 inches long and awkward
to use to cut small fans.

Stacey Napier said...

I just love the pink and white - who cares if it's not traditional. It's fantastic. And the pincusion is just adorable. Thanks for playing (and don't enter me in the giveaway, I have one already and am also giving one away on my blog today - it is great, isn't it??)

LJ said...

Well....I can't see into your mind but I'd say these are fabulous dresdens. I like both of them but especially the 2nd. Grand!

Shell said...

What wonderful and unique uses! Love them! Thank you for sharing.

Caroline said...

I love those blocks! So cute! I think I need one of those on my craft desk...

Caroline said...

Pinned the tutorial for your pincushions! :)

Mary Ann said...

They are all great. Definitely fun and playful.

Donna Joy said...

Both your dresdans are amazing. Thanks for sharing.

Cindy said...

All your dresdens are wonderful. The "candyland" one is really fun. Wouldn't a whole quilt of those in different colors be so cool? Did you draw the paper piece pattern or find it out in blogland?
Great job.

{ HeatherK @ AReformedHeath'n } said...

Totally NOT disappointed in your projects. So original. Love the spiraling effect of the pink one. That cube design is so original--and appropos :) Thanks so much for joining in today!

giddy99 said...

I love them both, but that bottom one (the pink and white) is AMAZING! Where did you get that paper-piece pattern? It's incredible!

N. Maria said...

I was reading along and then came to your paper pieced "untraditional" dresden and said aloud....you clever girl! :)
Really smart looking.

Cecilia said...

I really like your first dresden and that cube pincushion is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

quiltmom said...

You have made a fun Dresden- I like your paper pieced one.
Thanks for the terrific cube tutorial. It looks like a great pin cushion.
Thanks for participating in the blog hop.
Regards from Alberta,
Anna

quiltma said...

I love you Cube..... It's fantastic.
I am a new follower.

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

Those are awesome dresdens and cute cubes. Thanks for sharing & the opportunity to win!

Beth said...

I really appreciate your honesty in posting about something that turned out cute but with which you're not thrilled. I think too often, as readers, we think that because we see only fantastic finished pieces on blogs and can understand how pleased their creators are with them, that there is never a different outcome. Which can be intimidating. Your post is a welcome bit of reality--nice to see that it's okay not to be head over heels over everything, even if I do think your pink and white block is outstanding.

Myself said...

I just love the cubes! so original! Thanks for the great giveaway (and I'm your follower of of course)

Myself said...

I have twitted about the giveaway:
https://twitter.com/Myself19771/status/296150551660482560

Thanks for the chance to win!

lefuntz said...

I love attempt number 2. I think it is fantastic though pink is not my color.

VickiT said...

Vicki ~ I really like both of those blocks you made. And your pincushion cube I really love. I was in JoAnn's last weekend to buy supplies for my office chair that feels like I'm sitting on a big rock and since I was in that area of foam, I checked for the cube. Nope. JoAnn's doesn't carry that so I still need to look somewhere else. Oh well.

Cherry said...

Disappointed? Holy cow, more like totally inspired! These are incredibly awesome!!! Thank so much for sharing, and for the beautiful pincushion... it's also amazing and I will definitely be making one soon
...I'm now a happy follower°Ü°

Wendy said...

what? disappointed? No chance, your blocks are so original and the cube pincushion is just fab!

Leah said...

Stunning projects!!

LethargicLass said...

Do you have a pattern for the paper pieced one? I would love to make that one!

Quilt n Queen said...

Your creative juices went into overdrive...amazing creativity. I'm luv'n the parade of Dresden projects on this blog hop. Thanks for the inspiration. Happy stitching, Pauline

Gina said...

Wow! They are all fantastic! I love them! They are very unique!Thanks for participating and inspiring us!!!

Paula said...

Your Dresden are awesome! I've never tried to make one but would love to try it. Thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Bonnie said...

They are all wonderful. I like them all. Such different Dresdens. Thanks for the chance to win the ruler.

Vicki B said...

How can you think you failed. They are beautiful and creative. Isn't that what we all want to be.
tvbart@charter.net

usagypsy said...

I think your Dresdens are sweet! There is a lot of work involved with making these blocks. Yours are great!Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

I thing both dresden blocks look very modern and are both awesome!
Your pincushion cubes are really neat! I am making one in the morning! Thanks for the inspiration!

Lyn said...

I really liked your Dresden blocks. The pin cushions are great too. Thanks for being part of the hop.

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

wow, wow, wow how cute is this cube!
Thankk you for the great tutorial and thanks for sharing alle your dresdens with us.
Liebe Grüße
Bente

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

ps. now following your great blog ☺

Mara said...

already a follower, I like the second dresden, good luck with the computer glitches.

nicolesender said...

The cubes are a great idea!
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Frances said...

What modern Dresdens. Sew Cute.

Katherine said...

Wonderful Dresden projects! I'm having a hard time choosing a favourite. |Gotta say, those pincushion cubes are downright gorgeous.

Pamela said...

Well, I love both of your blocks. The colors are awesome. The picture for the pincushion cube didn't come up but I am betting it is awesome too!

Ellee said...

Are you sure a dresden can be easy? Maybe it's time I try to make one. soparkaveataoldotcom

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