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September 20, 2009


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Mathyld / encore petite

These are the perfect images before finally going to bed ...
Fresh, light and pure.

Good Evening,
x x x


thank you for such kind words about my work, margie- but this one is all you! i love the way you stitched the birds (thanks for sharing your tip, too) and altogether the framed piece is so sweet and charming.


I like this a lot. :)


Beautiful, Margie!


Oh my goodness, this is so beautiful, and your creativity never ceases to amaze me.
It's been a long time since I've realized you & Melissa have the same kind of sensitivity about nature, and creating after being inspired by nature. You both get instantly inspired & create right away. It's something I admire highly in both of you.
Big hugs my friend, have a great day xoxo

Justine Costerouse

How funny! Just last week I had the most amazing dream, and I woke up with that song. I dreamt I was in a cafe in Brooklyn and that song was playing on a jukebox. Then, all of the sudden, the jukebox faded away, and there was Leonard Cohen, sitting there, still singing from where the jukebox had left off. He had been singing along the whole time! It was a great way to wake up! Thank you so much for your creative heart and work! I read you every day from San Francisco...


It's so beautiful Margie! You must see this:



so sweet. thanks for sharing.


Thank you for sharing the tip on how to make the little bird. I have been inspired by Tiny Happy and am making some of her little felted broaches but I haven't many embroidery stitches in my bag of tricks!


thanks so much Margie - you are always so kind.

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hi! I think this blog very interesting, I love the birds and everything about them! I am happy to read the information! thanks: D


It is a sunny morning with the birds on a wire. I always think that why they seat on wires. Because of its dangerous for them.

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You are genius or your art is great. I am confuse between two of this. You really made the same image of this birds on wire. I always thinks that birds never afraid to seat on electric wires.

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