Project by Isabelle of the "Kitchen Measures"

May 01, 2020

Project by Isabelle of the

Here my friend Isabelle created this lovely fridge magnet project of our Kitchen Measures design.

Isabelle created the beautiful and practical Kitchen Measures Fridge magnet. "What a beautiful project Isabelle. Congratulations on this colorful fridge magnet. And we are so happy that you came back to purchase the design. We are so grateful for all our friends support." Annemarie.

Isabelle said: "Thank you. I've been embroidering for 20+ years. On my fridge is one of the measurements design like I just bought. I got it from you free a long time ago. I can't find the design in my files (I was a rookie) then. It's one of the most useful kitchen helpers and I want to give my granddaughters each one. Also happy to find it on sale. Photo attached. Isabelle"

CLICK this link to go to the Kitchen Measures design.

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