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November 28, 2008

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Clara

Congratulations Margie! To your Etsy shop :)
I´m sure it will be a great adventure for you!
Right now I have no energy to blog or to be creative...I have started on a new fulltime job and it takes all my time and energy for the moment.
I wish you a great weekend!
All my best
Clara
PS: Love your pinecones! DS

Crafty Gardener

Somewhere I have a pattern to make a pinecone using a styrofoam egg and ribbon. I only ever made one as it never looked natural enough. I must dig through my decorations and find it. Your pine cones look lovely. Looking forward to the opening of your etsy shop.

mary

Congratulations on your Etsy shop opening! I love both versions of the pinecone, and the tree is wonderful too!

Adamandia

The pinecones you find...are they very sappy...and if so...how do you de-sap them?

Carol

Congratulations on the shop - I shall look forward to Monday!

Patricia

Hooray for all of us!!

labistrake

Congratulations for your Etsy shop !

Amanda

I just stumbled across your blog, and what lovely vacation reading! It's very inspiring- and I love how you've decorated your house with pinecones- it's funny how something as simple as stringing them up gives them an importance and draws attention to them as art. We were hiking in the woods this week and saw a resurrection fern- - what a nice coincidence!

Thanks for blogging!

Elizabeth

I am in love with your pinecone garland!

mayaluna

Hurray!!! Very exciting news!

rebekah

yayyyyyy!

dorothy

Yay! I've been wondering if you might sell your beautiful creations some day. Can't wait!

Kris

Yea for etsy shops!!

shayray

I have recently discovered your blog. It is one of my favorite inspirations. Yesterday my husband and I went cross country skiing and picked up a pine cone to remember our magical day. I saw your garland and I thought this is synchronicity. I wonder how many people travel the woods at the same time inspired by the pine cones that fall in our path.

One Gal's Trash

Hi Margaret,
I linked over from September Tea (the author, Joan and I have been friends for 40 years.) Your blog is so lovely. I especially liked the ice wreaths you made recently. I too am launching an Etsy shop and wish you lots of luck!
Pam ~ One Gal's Trash
Portland, OR

karen

Hello Margie I've been tagged for a meme and decided to participate - am tagging you now. The Japanese fabric in the pine cones does work very well. All best with etsy!!

knitxcore

i so excited to see what you put in your shop :-)

Helle Jorgensen

Looking forward to visiting your etsy shop. your crochet-covered stones are wonderful. You have been in my thoughts for quite a while now. I will sit down soon and write to you. Thanks for your comments.

pinesconesbaby

oh my goodness, your pine cones are B-E-A UTFUL! they are absoulutely outstanding. i wish i had such a talent like yourself. where i live, we had no trees, no pine cones, so i miss out on such a great hobby like yourself.
lots of love and pine cone hugs. pinesconesbaby <3
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