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December 19, 2008


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julie adore



How do you make those enchanting onion domes? You are one of the most creative people in the blogosphere, in my opinion! So inspirational...


the tree looks wonderful ;) and so does the porch!!

ellen kelley

I love the picture of the sweet kitty peeking out from the Christmas tree!


Margie my friend - I head off on Monday for a very long drive to Adelaide (1200miles!) - J is flying down later - so I will not be around for the next couple of weeks ...

I wanted to wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas and New Year and to thank you for your friendship this year - I have loved watching you share your immense talent and your wise thinking with all of us...


Your tree looks lovely! We, too, decided not to buy any new wrapping paper this year. So many other cool things to be used from old calenders to pieces of fabric. I must tell you how much I enjoy your photos from here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Thanks and Happy Holidays!


ah, the dala horse! i just finished up 20 ornaments for us to send to our friends and family featuring the lovely dala horse!
i wrote a tutorial on my blog if anyone's interested.

i am working on my nephews' present, a handmade ark toy with little animals to go inside, plus all the other handmade gifts for friends and family. it's snowing like MAD in minnesota today.....so i'm not shopping at all!

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