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December 08, 2009

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sarahjane

What a cute tree! Did you make that accordion-like ornament? How in the world did you do that?

Amie aka MammaLoves

Your garland is absolutely perfect for the tree.

Ours is decorated in a collection of ornaments that goes back to ones I received as a baby.

Christina

Wonderful decorations! I have a friend who cooks for a living and hates cooking when she gets home! :)

Shelia

So adorable! We have to use non-glass too. Mine are felt. Our cats knocks the tree over almost every night.

missdtm

so cute!!

sharon stanley

what a lovely tree and the ornaments are perfect! I hope you will enjoy it all the more since it is your very first...who knows, you may get hooked!

Kylie

Looks beautiful, Laura!

Blake

beautiful! so great to see you last week- looking forward to sunday!

Jen Jafarzadeh

love all the paper garlands! so inspiring. I also fell for your handmade giraffe and included it in my gift guide roundup. the fabric you used is so fantastic!

katiecrackernuts

Your tree is just beautiful. Have a lovely Christmas.

Muffin

What a beautiful tree! I just love all of your handmade stuff! It makes me so happy. Wish I could have been there at Divine Studios. I would have surely purchased a thing or two. Thanks for sharing!

jeannette

12.15.2009
marthaish projects
My sister and I are doing a few projects before the holidays. I have listed four, and so did she, on our www/shootinsistersblogspot.com site . . .
but, oh, Laura is really trying to make me look bad . . . .

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The decorations that you made are simple but when they are put together, a masterpiece is just created.

Catherine

Excellent article with essential information. I will check back again in the near future.

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