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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

More Little Gifts

Colored canning jars with wire handles make great lanterns!
I filled them with dried beans to hold snowball candles
and added little wood home-sweet-home signs and ribbon.

28 comments:

  1. so cute, love the colored jars, I've never saw them before.

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  2. artsy as ever...so snow candy, yum....cute jars

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  3. Love the colours betsy:) absolutely nice jars:)

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  4. Hi Betsy .. so clever! have a wonderful Christmas and New Year with your family and friends - those are just beautiful to look at .. cheers Hilary

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  5. Once again going all creative at your sea
    Jars were also never seen before by me
    See you have the spirit there somewhere
    Creating with such flair
    Or at least need to keep busy
    So poor Santa doesn't wag about and have a tizzy..haha

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  6. I've never used dried beans to hold a candle in place, but that's a good idea! Very cute!!

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  7. How nice to be on YOUR Christmas list, with all the adorable and unique gifts you create.

    I must admit I was delighted to get one of your "original's" in the mail It's on my refrigerator so I can enjoy it each day, and thank the Lord for our friendship.

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  8. Pat ~ oh you are so clever. Wag? Oh gosh.
    You make me blush!

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  9. Oh good, Wanda...glad it arrived safely! :)

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  10. To late for this year but I will save it for next year.

    Oh that Pat!

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  11. Oh1 I love these jars. You are so creative.The cinnamon pancakes look delicious.

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  12. Christine ~ yes, that Pat! What are we going to do with that cat!?

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  13. Those are some really cute jars and such a great gift. You come up with some really great ideas of what to do with so many things. As I have said before, you have a lot of talent.

    I was curious about if the beans can catch fire if the candle melts down to them?

    Thanks for sharing such a great idea with us.

    God bless.

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  14. I'm always amazed at how you can take ordinary items, put them together, and create something so beautiful.

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  15. These are so precious! I wish I had your talent for making wonderful stuff from ordinary things. :)

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  16. Beautiful little gifts. No wonder you do this for a living. I'd never have come up with such a cute idea!

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  17. I like your ideas and the nice things you do!

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  18. Ed ~ you are very welcome! Glad it got there safely! :)

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  19. great gifts.....
    I hope you and your five men have a joyous holiday.

    Butterbean is coming tomorrow to stay until new years.....yippee

    Many books to be read and tea parties to attend. Nanny is excited.

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  20. these are just so delightful ..you have amazing ideas!!

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  21. nanny~ aw...you are going to have so much fun!

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  22. Those look so filled with love. Amazing. What great gifts for those who ordered them!

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