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30 12 2010

A quick look back at the small lovelies we put together for Bebe’s away-from-home Christmas tree:

salt dough snowflakes

salt dough snowflakes, inspired by Stephanie‘s article in the “2010 Holiday Crafts” edition of BHG (Stephanie also made some gorgeous tree-stamped pendants, seen on her blog);

plenty of the paper ornaments, jingle bells, & embroidered felt stars seen on earlier posts;

glittery pinecones - red

glittery pinecones - silver

glittery wee pinecones, embellished after morning walks with Bebe (he gathered his beloved sticks and oak leaves, I gathered pinecones);

dried slices of orange, like those we made last year;

snowflake pendant

an embroidered snowflake ornament, following the tutorial I saw (too late) last December at resurrection fern;

a sweet pair of colorful owl ornaments, purchased from pipodoll‘s etsy shop;

bebe tree top

and holiday gifts (star, rooster, & llama ornaments) from our friends (thank you! to F, S, & JJ) back home.

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3 responses

31 12 2010
lori

ooh, they’re all so beautiful, but those salt dough snowflakes are really striking and beautiful! i love red and white, and it works so well as a snowflake. i’ve said it before, lucky bebe. 🙂

31 12 2010
Virginia

Wow. Those are gorgeous! I can’t decide which of them I like the best, although I am really attracted to the white and red snowflakes.

1 01 2011
perches

Thanks 🙂 Tha snowflake project gave me a renewed love for red Sharpie pens.




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