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December 12, 2008

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Meredith

Oh they are gorgeous, so pretty and delicate!! Can't wait to show them to my Violet :) Happy weekend!

Barb-Harmony Art Mom

Thanks for the comment this morning on my blog. :)

I wanted to let you know that I actually own the Discover Nature in Winter book and dusted it off today and did some reading in it. It is interesting to me that when I read it before I couldn't get "into" it but now after working with the OH Challenges, I am seeing it in a new light. I am actually going to use some of the ideas in the upcoming challenges.

Thanks for sparking my renewed interest.

Barb-Harmony Art Mom

Amy

I think we need to make a few of these! I'm not very patient though... I think I might try to hot glue them together and then let the kids glitter 'em!

DebD

Kathy, Thanks so much for visiting my blog via The Homeschool Library. I can see already that I could learn a lot from your inspirations.

It turns out we both live in the same state. Small world.

Crafty Gardener

What a simple, but very effective idea. Thanks for sharing.

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