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December 31, 2008

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Courtney Russell

So cute Laura. I wouldn't mind you getting my name in a gift exchange!

Is that some sort of natural straw? I made flower garlands for Midsummer for Wondertime Magazine (a parenting magazine) and I covered plastic straws with fabric and cut flowers from felt (shown here:
http://tinyurl.com/72up5r ) but they would be cute with your materials too.

Which issue of Weddings will your wedding be in?

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radzimire

Your presents are very nice. I didn't know "granola", it seems good.
Happy new year!

Laura Normandin

Hi Courtney,
I used natural straw, and cut the ends into .5" lengths and mixed it with punched tissue paper. My wedding will probably be in the Summer '09 issue of MS Weddings.

thanks,
Laura

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I am a granola lover. Do you ever sell on etsy? I would be intersted. :)

CMN

Love the granola packaging! Just darling... and, of course, even the tasty titles make me wish I had been on your gift list. LOL!

Sara

Hi Laura, I've just discovered your blog but have loved your little dolls since I saw your segment on MS. The Chandelier is just lovely..i love combo of colors.

Rebecca

lovely! I'd love to hear more about how you made the pajaki!

Rebecca

lovely! I'd love to hear more about how you made the pajaki!

Emma

Hi, I adore those labels you have made for the pot tops... I wanted to do something similar for some pots of mincemeat I made at Christmas... can these labels be bought as blanks, if so would you be able to tell me where. I love the scalloped edges, so pretty, but modern too.

Jenipher

The chandelier you made is incredible! How long did it take you to make it?

And..I agree with everyone else. The packaging for your granola was really cute.

Shirley

Please, please, please, share how you made the pajaki, and where you bought the materials. I'm begging you! I MUST make one of these.

Danielle

I second Shirley's request! I would love to make these for my Polish family members...

Lyla

Wow!
That's so great!
Was so inspired by your post, I made my own pajaki! (though no where near as nice!!)
Would love it if you'd check it out at http://teainthesea.blogspot.com/2010/02/how-to-make-pajaki-or-polish-paper.html

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That a really cute chandelier.. :D Pretty good for my daughter's room..

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