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May 13, 2008

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Berlinswhimsy

Oh Edgar, what are you doing coaxing your Mom into a Magnolia tree's branches? Are you trying to point out all the beautiful petals up there? ;-)

Love that image of the snail! I miss snails---we don't have those sorts of slimey creatures here---we have lizards and scorpions! Ack.

Linnea

Wow, you really collected some beautiful things...gosh, I was impressed with it all on the plate, but then the flower you made - how pretty!! Wow :o) xox, Linnea

Julie

Dear Margaret,

Thank you so much for the generous mention.

Beautiful collage you have made of catkins, petals and seedpods. (The angled shot is so original!)

With all good wishes,
Julie
Austin, TX

Elsita :)

Everything here is sooo beautiful Margie!
The composition with the flower petals is absolutely amazing! And I am going to start looking down right away! Well, right now I all can see is my shoes but I will immediately go outside so I can see more!
Thank you for the link!
Elsita :)

Cindy M.

Love the flower mandala! If it is not too late, I would love to trade for some scraps. I made a lot of holiday ornaments over the winter and would love to offer you some. I made some small stockings out of felt and trim, a few out of felted old sweaters, and some ornaments out of various vintage and other objects that I think you would like because they have mushrooms and I thought of them as representing the forest floor. I will email you photos if you would like.

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