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OMG...very impressive, looks like you had a great time. I can't believe I'm the first one to respond...does that mean I win something spectacular???? Glad you're back, and had a safe trip!

Glad you all had a safe and fun trip. I know the students were so happy to have you and learn from you! Love the quilt they made you. That was awesome!!

I sure missed your posts and inspiration!Love your photo of Starbucks in Japan. I am working on a Starbucks album right now using Ranger products and 7 Gypsies. I take photos of Starbucks where ever I go in the world!

Looks like a really successful and fun trip for all concerned! My son was an exchange student in Japan for his last year in high school. To this day, he still prefers to sleep on the floor! Welcome home!

What an amazing journey. Thank you for sharing... It's fabulous that art and creating has no language barrier.

Kim D in FL

Myself and I'm sure many others have been patiently waiting for this post! Looks like you had an amazing time! Cool to see the hanging canvas piece, I have been working on one! Can't wait to see the video! Thanks for sharing your experience with us! Glad you are back!

Wow! Looks like you had a great time, Tim. Glad you're back, I've missed your blog.

Thanks for sharing your adventure T!m. I cannot wit to see your video because they are also fun and informative:) Looks like Japanese enjoy scrapbooking as much as we do in North America. We are all fortunate to have inspired by the industry's best (That's you T!m)
Have a good rest.

Glad you guys are back safe and sound. Can't wait to see the video. What a unique experience. I can't imagine. Glad you got to spread that creativity of yours around Tim. Rho

Hey, Tim! Thanks for the rundown of your trip! I can't wait to see the video. I recognize some of the names & faces in the pictures/blog! Naoya (& I think Megumi too) attended CKU-A Chicago in 2006 when I was there. With the exception of you & Lance, he was the lone CKU male student in the bunch! LOL!! Next time you go, I hope I will be there! Welcome home! MargieH in Chicago xo

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