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August 11, 2009


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..........it does look like a
ostrich!! Luckily you give
your moss sand just in case~hehe!
I love your tea cups! That is
so cute, sorry I had to say
they were. It would be fun to
make a moss tea cup that looks
like a pin cushion...if you can
imagine. I have seen plenty of tea cups turned into pin
cushions ... so all you have
to do is add a couple of
large pins... I think it would be

Woe are your snails are so happy
and healthy looking!

in your 9th photo, on the left
are they stacked shells?
I love all of your nature inspired
decore... beutiful!
Thank you!!!
Loads of love from all of us!
Rane and Kids

Margaret Oomen

Hi rane,
yes they are stacked sea shells from our trip last summer to Cape Breton. Have a great day!!


They are lovely! Hope you have
a lovely day too!
And thank you!
Rane n Kids


Oh Margie, I think I'll have to try this very soon ! Next week we're going on three days in a local moutain area, I'll have to pick some (note to self !)
Yeah for the feature, along with sweet Maya, in Cratzine !! That's awesome & so well deserved !
Oh yes, the sporophytes does look like an ostrich, how fun ! :D They always look like fairy forest trees to me ...
Much love today, hoping it's a bit less hot today for you. xoxo

Denise Leavens

I LOVE this post so much! The moss in vintage teacups is wonderful. As usual your photos of them are enchanting. I am so eager to do this myself. I have a teacup collection and this has inspired me to enjoy that collection in a whole new way. THANK YOU.


Ha, ha, I was just about to say the »c« word about your moss cups, but then I saw rane forestalled me. But they are!! :)
I'm so in awe of your porch, it seems to me most of your time at home is spent there in the summer. It looks so cosy and relaxed, and I would love to take a rest in your rocking chair and watch all the beautiful thing surrounding you. (I didn't use the »c« word) …


So sweet, I love them...very, very pretty pictures!


i love the idea of moss-gardens - why hadn't i thought of those before? we live right on a busy street with a porch that people walk by all the time- i think i will set up little moss gardens that they can enjoy as they hurry past. :)

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