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January 28, 2005


Camilla E

I like it. It looks like the word sounds.


I like the symbolism alot.


I really like. It could mean anything you want it to mean. It reminds of collecting marbles as a kid and always wanting just one more to fit in the box.


Oh loveliest lovely. I love this. Do you know my affection for imperfect circles? I can't get enough. :)

mati rose

oh i love this! i had a similar idea of being a gluttonous sugar-deprived kid.


interesting...great abstract gluttonous mound...


Good idea! have a goo weekend.

jenny b

Clever! Looks like classic design using type, like Milton Glaser would do. Love it!

Débora Figueiredo

The first thing I thought when I saw the draw is many, many candys or cookies... It's gluttony! Very good idea, I like it:)


and i like it about this on a gluttony skirt, that has an expandable waist perfect for overindulgence...


That makes me smile :o) so cute


I love this! evy


oh thank you everyone!
i was seriously sheepish posting htis, as it wasn't done for the occaision, but I am happy it was well recieved!

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