Great job the other night. I hope you had as much fun as I did. Did Kati tell you she grabbed your bubbles?Cheers,Colin
haha so fun, love it! you have the most clever ideas :)
Ha! I love it! You crack me up!
Ha! That's brilliant :) I love your urban-art craziness :)
i love your thought bubbles! so cute + creative. i like how they're so appropriate for the people under them. ha! :)
haha I really like your thought bubbles. They are a brilliant idea. Every time I see them they put a smile on my face.
Your photos really make smile, that's why I had to nominate you for "One Lovely Blog Award" today on my blog.
very very funny, i love your thought bubbles :D
you have the sweetest ideas! :D
i love these so much!!!
The third and sixth photos look ESPECIALLY fitting!
These are so fun! I'm giving you an award on my blog today :) Your ideas are so awesome! :)
Oh, I am still laughing. I love it!! That last one is probably true for more women than we ever want to know about. My favorite was the food in the teeth one.
I'm a recent fan, and I love your blog! These thought bubbles are so wonderfully fun! :)
those are awesome! how do you attach them?
haha, those are great!
Thank you for making me smile ... for the first time today ... after such a long day ...
i don't understand how people don't see those around. are people simply THAT unobservant?
The thought bubbles rule.....
Love this! I think I wanna through a thought bubble party now. I'll be sure to invite ya. P.S. The Color Me Katie Doc is on my iphone through the Babelgum iphone app! Not only do you brighten my day but you brighten up my iphone. :0)
throw* omg I cant believe I spelled Throw wrong! lol.
awww that is so cute Rosie! I miss you!!!
It's the Sims brought to real life. lol. Excellent!
Ha! I love these. Terribly clever.
hahaha so funny! I hope they didn't get mad at you!
hahaha. this is too funny!
haha brilliant- a few years back i did this as a halloween costume- the bubbles were constantly changing between the Olsen twins and beer. LOL
wow i hope i can do this too. maybe when i get to have my own place ;)
Katie, I LOVE your blog. :) A while ago, I was thinking about how your print outs look realistic. Like the little people fixing cracks in the street etc. what paper do you print them out on? I am doing a project with my kids and can't find the right clear, decent weight paper. Any suggestions?!
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