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October 25, 2008


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Very cute!


You are funny!

And clever of course!


Those look very real. What a great idea!
Love your blog!
Where in Canada do you live?



I adore theose chickens and farm lady. Where did you get those beauties?

Elsita :)

Margie, this is such a genius idea!
Because it is simple and the result is amazing, so realistic. If you didn't tell me that it was made out of wax I would thought that it was a real mushroom. So beautiful.
And I am so proud of having one of your wonderful little mushrooms in my studio, the little face makes always smile :)
The documentary that we saw last night about hair was brilliant, I will have to blog about it at some point, I learned so many things that i had no idea about!
Today we will go to a special place with the kids to get some pumpkins! Yay!
And also I wanted to say that Geninne's watercolor with the mushrooms is absolutely beautiful, as it is all her work :)
Elsita :)


I really like ALL your mushrooms but those sweet chaps with embroidered faces are just special indeed:)


I'm not sure i remember how I found your blog, but I'm so glad I did. It is so full of beauty and inspiration. Thank you.


I love those what-if moments. The beeswax is the perfect mushroom color. What an amazing creations! As for wool mushrooms, the one in the middle lives happily with us. Someone should organize a mushroom making swap. More mushroom medium to explore - paper, clay....

Omar Faruq

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