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October 23, 2008


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Melissa de la Fuente

*sigh* I swear....you are just amazing! I love this so much and sure wish I could get my hands on some of your gorgeous rocks! :)


ok you know you are amazing right? your projects are becoming more and more beautiful. your noticing and captures too. so good. love the snow.


You are so creative! That is a sweet little vignette you created with the sea star and rocks and boat. How long did it take you to make the boat and stone cover?


That last photo should be framed Margie - it is gorgeous!


oh me oh my. you continue to inspire. i've been experimenting with stitching on burlap lately - i'm thinking i could probably tear away the extra burlap. and i might have to find a large mirror now to keep outside for a prop.


you crazy nut. I am in love with the little sail boat. I may have to try my hand at some needlepoint lace, just a little project.


sigh! anything you can't do?!


I love these! I am so ready for the weather to change and yet it will be 85 today. Still wearing summer clothes! Thanks for the lovely photos.


Your home looks so beautiful. I live in Los Angeles and it's been really warm here. I'm longing for the forest and a bit of snow myself. Oh, and I loved your snail costumes. Très chic!


What amazing photos! The colours are breathtaking. Here in the SW England it has been wet & windy. We don't get much snow here these days so its always lovely to see your pics, especially with those gorgeous autumnal colours. Lucy


those stones are probably the most creative and beautiful pieces of art i've seen in a long, long time!!!

Elsita :)

Margie, this project came out sooo sweet!
And the photos of the snow are BEAUTIFUL!!!!
You make me dream of snow!
Now I have to run, I have to meet Bill at some restaurant!
Elsita :)


From the boat, to the stones, and the boat-stone, to the SNOW pretties - they are all so great!

And thanks for the link to Dorie Millerson's portfolio. I am really loving her precious little neelepoint house. And the way she keeps her unfinished needlework by hanging it on a peg,(spool?) on the wall is brilliant. A fantastic way to keep my WIP away from the cats and cat hair!


Oh génial ce bateau...! :) Moi aussi je suis tombée amoureuse du travail incroyablement précis et poétique de Dorie Millerson.

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