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April 19, 2013

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Sonia

Just GORGEOUS !!! What a brilliant idea to hang them at the window !
And YAY for the porch season opening ! I miss you & being with you on the porch !
xoxo

Michaelanneneal

Oh! How perfect! They look amazing..I love the first pic..I need to learn how to take better pictures!!! The sun rays in that pic are so pretty...Happy Summer Margie! We had high winds, but the temps feel SO nice!!

Nicole

These are wonderful! Have a happy friday!

Lisa J

They are beautiful. And thanks for sharing the sunlight. I can almost feel it. ahhhhh

Kokopelli

What beauties!

Geninne

Gorgeous feathers! Hurray for porch days at Resurrection Fernland!

kat

Would love to see them on a skirt!! Hoping for warmth to return to the southwest soon - snow yesterday. Grateful for moisture, just tired of cold. Have a wonderful Friday and weekend!!

Melissa

I thought the shafts of those feathers were small fallen branches!! A fun idea for twigs and kids!! Thanks Margie!! 8*)

Nadia

Nice idea Margie! And hope you had a nice Birthday, the pictures looked very cozy.

Madame Beespeaker

I love it! That would be a cool thing pattern to use with felted sweaters of different colors.

Claire

The light through those beautiful feathers makes me smile.

Mary Jo

I adore these feathers! Everything about them. Really lovely.

k

they would make a cool pillow, all lined up like in the last photo. but of course they would also look great on a summery skirt!

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