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December 15, 2008


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oh my goodness such a lovely idea- i will give it a try we definetely have the weather for it!

Nancy Ward


Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this tutorial.

Would you let me know if that's OK?


Nancy Ward


This is just wonderful. We have done this sort of things w/ our scouts. You can do some w/ Tie Die also, which makes them look totally AWESOME! and then hang them up by your porch light so the light shines through them at night. I'm in Alaska, where it's very cold, starting in October. These work wonderful up here, and you can have them hanging up until around April.

Happy Holidays


These are spectacular I only wish I lived where it was cold so i could make these.


trop chouette!


WOW! Those are great! What a great way to indulge in some of winter's beauty! I must say, in Southern California, I won't be able to do that here, and even though I certainly don't miss the snow at ALL, I will enjoy seeing yourpics! :)

woning te koop

WOW, What a blog.I agree that yes it is inexpensive, quick and easy cold climate decorating idea for the outdoors. Thanks


Good info thanks for this peeps! I will forward on to a few friends I know that are interested in this too.



I think I will try it with some acrylic water--then I don't have to worry about what the weather is doing!

jd wolfe

Stunning! i'm so impressed!
thanks for sharing!

jd in st louis

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Those are great - you have quite the imagination for such things :)

Jordan 1

And scientists concerned about climate change believe it will cause more drought in many areas in the future.


Stunning! I am breathless!

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