Isabelle d'Hauterive
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"Thank you for your invitation  Have a nice day Isabelle"
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Dec 27, 2010
Rickson left a comment for Isabelle d'Hauterive
"I'd like to invite you to join our Canadian group on Crafthaus. Stay adrift with local news and artists and join the community for discussions. Also I LOVE your figuires, so endearing! http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/canadacancraft"
Dec 27, 2010
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Isabelle d'Hauterive left a comment for Claire Maunsell
"Bonjour Claire Vous écrivez très bien et oui apprendre le français de toute façon ce n'est pas facile vous avez toute mon admiration. Il parait que la Nouvelle-Écosse c'est formidable comme…"
Jan 23, 2010
Claire Maunsell left a comment for Isabelle d'Hauterive
"Bonjour Isabelle, Nous avons demenage de Nouvelle Ecosse il ya a un an. Donc, j'apprend le francais maintenant, mais c'est un grand defi quand vous avez cinquante-trois ans! Mes enfants vont a l'ecole francaise et ils m'aident…"
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Isabelle d'Hauterive left a comment for Claire Maunsell
"Hello Claire Do you speak French I will be in Ottawa for the spring show I work with polymer too it is very interessing what you make. Isabelle"
Jan 10, 2010
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I work with polymere for ten years I make figurines
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http://www.isabelledhauterive.com

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At 10:10am on December 27, 2010, Rickson said…
I'd like to invite you to join our Canadian group on Crafthaus. Stay adrift with local news and artists and join the community for discussions. Also I LOVE your figuires, so endearing! http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/canadacancraft
At 7:38am on January 11, 2010, Claire Maunsell said…
Bonjour Isabelle,

Nous avons demenage de Nouvelle Ecosse il ya a un an. Donc, j'apprend le francais maintenant, mais c'est un grand defi quand vous avez cinquante-trois ans! Mes enfants vont a l'ecole francaise et ils m'aident quand ils ne me rient pas...

Merci pour les bons mots, vous etes tres gentille! Votre oeuvre - c'est magnifique!

Claire

Mes excuses pour l'absence des accents!
At 9:34pm on January 9, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
Thank you very much for your membership payment and support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through Jan 15, 2011. Enjoy crafthaus !
Brigitte
At 8:30pm on December 22, 2008, Brigitte Martin said…
"Bonjour" and Hello Isabelle:

Welcome to crafthaus ! I am very glad you joined us.

Please feel free to add images of your work and your comments to the blog/discussion topics that are already posted. Of course, if there is something else you'd much rather talk about, please add that to the site so that the rest of us can chime in.

I really hope you will enjoy being with this network and find the exchanges interesting and fun. The more you put into it, the more you will get out of it, for sure.

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