Pure Innocence Teaser Day!

Hi all!  I am back today with Teasers for the newest Pure Innocence sets, and you WILL NOT believe the cuteness this month!

I am always in love with these cuties, but this month?  Well, let’s just say you will not be disappointed!

I won’t make you wait any longer, so here are the Team Members previewing this months sets:

Frances

Barbara

Jessie

Cindy

Julie

Melody

Christina

Mel

Megan

Wendy

Michele

Amy

Joanne

Jody

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