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Saturday, January 05, 2008


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Amy Boogie

These are fabulous!!


when you get them up on an appropriate shelf you must never dust them - maybe even import a few spiders?


Absolutely fabulous!!!!


That's a hilarious gift! Haven't seen anything like it.


What a wonderful gift! It must have been so much fun to make. Are the contents of each bottle things you can use?


That is just too funny!


Graet gift, so creative, and the time spent making it is part of the gift.


Too awesome! Love those!!! Great gift...


That's wild! One of those cabinets with framed glass doors would be great.


What an outstanding "A"! I love the varied sizes of bottles and the creative contents. It is really a beautiful gift and does deserve an apothercary shelf or cabinet.


What a creative gift! Fabulous "A"!


That's a pretty fantastic present. Where did they come from?!

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  • East Holden, Maine barn studio
    A series of barn photos I've taken or been sent. Barns are magical to me - they have so much character, and provide so much for the animals and farmers.

Pre-blog FOs

  • Caleb's Icelandic
    These are photos of finished objects, knit pre-blog. Some of these date back to the early 1980's, not having knit since my mother taught me to knit a scarf at the age of six.


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