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November 27, 2008


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My, what a lot of snow you have!!! Love your new garland. Beautiful.


I love the forest treasure garland! This will be a wonderful craft for me and my little ones :) Thanks for sharing it.


Gosh, that IS a lot of snow. Love the picture of the twigs covered in snow - reminds me of fractals in maths.

The new garland looks wonderful, and we're going to have to have a go at that as well :-)

lisa brawner

your garland is just beautiful. I had never thought snow anything but negative--till i ran across your blog 2 days ago. You have changed my perspective of it and I want to thank you for that!


I love your forest garland. Beatiful pictures!

michele (Maryland)

Oh, my, I do remember SNOW! How beautiful! Burrr. I now know exactly what is going to be in my kitchen window for the "winter" here in Maryland on the Eastern Shore---a line of pinecones!!! What a wonderful idea, thanks so much. I am originally from Guelph,Ont. so I do know what snow is, for sure.


We're having quite the rain storm here on the South Coast of Newfoundland. I almost wish we were having nice, quiet snow! Lovely photos, thanks for sharing. :)


you have so much snow! I wish it would stick here already


Those snow pictures are beautiful!

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