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October 11, 2010


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simplicity in all its glory, thank you. I know this is nuts but those lanterns brought tears to my eyes. I so miss the change of seasons here (South Louisiana) and seeing it for a moment on your post was wonderful.
I've been visiting for months now and I love your projects but your photography, capturing nature in all her glory is just the best gift.

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

Beautiful idea, M. I hope you had a wonderful feast.


ooh- i love those lanterns. very pretty!


Those are the most darling tea light holders ever. What a clever idea!


they were so beautiful i had to run out and make some.
Didn't have tape so dipped leaves in paraffin wax, pressed onto glass
and then brushed a bit more over top.
thanks for all that you do


Those lanterns just went on my list of things to do. Thank you.


the lanterns are really great! thank you for sharing the how-to.

also, thank you for thinking of sharing more of your ideas for making. it is indicative of your generous spirit.


Gorgeous lanterns.


Your leaf lanterns are a pure enchantment ... kind of wonderful stained-glass windows ... magical ! Thank you so so much, Margie, for sharing your gorgeous and very unique projects, past and future ... coming at Resurrection Fern is always so exciting !!! You're so generous and make all of us so happy everyday that it should exist in the international calendar a "Margie-Thanksgiving", I mean a special Thanksgiving day dedicated to you :)

Sonia {Cozy Memories}

like Nanou, I see a similarity with stained glass, and it is very very pretty :) thank you for sharing with us this simple but lovely project. I can't wait to see all the tutorials you're going to share, I'm on the look out for ideas for this holiday season ! :) xoxox


Lovely Margie. Thank you for the tutorial, and for being such an inspiration.


such a wonderful glow
glad you had a nice thanksgiving.


Pretty! I'm doing this tomorrow!


clear packing tape!?! what a great repurposing jar idea!


What a lovely idea! Thanks so much for posting about this.


What a wonderful idea! I'm going to try this project with a young person I know.

Those leaves, along with your saying the bush has red berries, bring to mind the Bay plant...I wonder?

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