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December 16, 2008


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I loved the Dance of the Sugarplum Doilies ~ I have been inspired ~ thank you!


Beautiful! Thank you for thinking about us, who have no chance to create such jewels.


So fun, thank you!


absolutely breathtaking!! wow. I wish I had some doilies and the energy to do this... I am thinking that I am going to just keep watching your video instead! :) It's very soothing.

What is the big glass ( or ice?) thing that your nature transporter is made of?? It is lovely and make for an amazing photo. Thanks as always. DAwn


I never knew doilies knew how to dance! Thanks for the great imagery.


I love the picture you posted today and the video on YouTube. thanks!


how beautiful!!!!!!!! I enjoy reading your blog.

Denise Leavens

For the first time in YEARS we are experiencing sub-freezing temperatures for an extended period here in the Pacific Northwest. It must be a God Thing* that you have posted this exactly when you did. I am going to RIGHT THIS VERY MINUTE go and dig up my crocheted snowflakes and freeze them in size-appropriate biscuit tins and hang them tomorrow! Thank you so very much, Margie!

*A particular event or situation that I recognize as the hand of God at it again!

Bless your ever lovin' creative BIG heart for sharing. Love the video!



Enjoyed your blog! Called my sister in Neb. to make some doilies to hang on her little tree at her house.
Thank you so much for tutorial for them.


Thanks so much* One day I will have a white Christmas.


Thanks so much* One day I will have a white Christmas.

Dorothy Smith

Where can I get instructions or patern to make the lace & ice doily?

Thank you for your help.


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