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February 01, 2010


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Janae Easton

I am in love with it, I saw it also on wrenhandmade and wanted to make one too. Yours is so lovely, congratulations.


I've been lurking on your blog for some time now, admiring your work, and even posting about some of it on my own blog, but today this post inspired me to write to you!

My mother is from Poland, and I spent much of my childhood there. My family still lives there and only I and my mother live in the US (I was born here) due to politics and whatnot in Poland during that time.

My blog is inspired by Polish folktales and includes some Polish themed posts. It is called "boginka's basket", and I just finished a pysanky stamp last night and this post you did made me smile. I just wanted to say HI! and let you know I've been lurking.

my blog is "boginkasbasket.blogspot.com"


Sooooo Springly for a winter's day!! That is neat-o!!!



wow! so happy looking. i think we need one here too...

best - annri


Beautiful- I love it.


Your colorful Pajaki will brighten up your long and cold winter days so happily !
Did I hear "a very special spring porch party" ?!!! :)
Concerning the color of the painted wall (I'm not sure I understood well the question), I prefer your pajaki on the blue wall.
Wish you a Tuesday as cheerful as this post !


This is so colourful and beautiful and I love that it comes from another country's tradition.It is the carnival time here and I think it would look great in my living room if I manage to make one!Thanks for sharing!Ariadne from Greece!


I LOVE it.. your colour choices are brillant! I think I should be more than motivated now to make my own for spring!
x nadine


hola!!!how much joy and fun!!the colours,the hand made!!!l have just post in my blog something l made with the tutorials you give us in christmas!!l love themmmm!!thank you very very much!!l made the stone fishes...my hollidays are always in patagonia and in the lakes the stones are part of me ...so all the tutorials touched my heart and inspired me more than you imagine and for that is one word...GRACIAS!!!!muchos besos for you!!!!


it's magnificent. i saw one last year on a blog - i can't remember whose and loved it utterly. i'd love some tips on making one!

Lisa Boni

Gorgeous! I've long been thinking of some type of hanging art for my studio and this inspires so many ideas! Love the picture of it haning by your inspiration board!


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wow!! i love it, margie. so colourful and bright yet delicate at the same time.


It's so Fabulous and so Cheering! I would love to make one :o)
I have been reading though some of Your Beautiful blog. The Eulogy was very Lovely and moving, and has helped me come to terms with recently losing a Marvelous Grandmother at the age of 97. ThankYou x



It's incredible! What a wonderful way to brighten gray winter days!

Lovely World

Cheerful. Nice to see on a February day.


So gorgeous! Just what I need right now--color, color, color!


Oh, so pretty! I love it against the green wall.


how beautiful margie!!!
my pa was polish........
i feel in love with these on decor8 as well.
yours is STUN NING!
i've got to give it a whirl too now!


Saw this also at Wren Handmade, and a binch of other sites.... it's such a fun craft, and so fulfilling!
I made one the other day, with a slightly different spin on it!


Would you mind telling me how you made your pajaki chandelier!!? I am so so curious! I would LOVE to know!

Hair bows

Adorable. I love these!


The colour is perfect..I would love to see these hanging in my ceiling.

headaches and hormones

I love the flowers...I love the information, I commend them for their ideas.

Unlocking Blackberry

Will make one for my room as well. :)

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Summer blooms inside my room are what they are! :P

Marzena Zygora

Hi,nice work,I am Polish living in Canada but a long time ago I remember,,,,SPIDERS made by my grandmother,they were used as a cover of lightbulb,as a lamp on the celing,theh were big and looking fun,Yours is nice too,good work


Sweet blog! I found it while searching on Yahoo News.
Do you have any suggestions on how to get listed in Yahoo
News? I've been trying for a while but I never seem to get there! Cheers Mel, http://gunmart.blogspot.gr/2011/01/naa-mini-ranger-break-top-revolver.html?m=1

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