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December 6, 2011


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Maureen Cracknell

All your projects are so cute!! And the photographs are looking so great!


Those are really cute and very creative of you!

Anne Marie

These trees are adorable - thanks for sharing with us.


Those trees are super cute and I LOVE them with your little village. They are such a great way to use all those plastic bags too. Thank you


Super cute. I made some mini versions of these with little trunks instead of the round bottom a couple of weekends ago and hung them on the Christmas tree. We inserted a piece of ribbon in the top near the point to allow them to hang. Don't you just love a stash-only "free" project.


I love, love, LOVE these!

amy dunn

so super cute!! love all of your fun trims!! :)

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