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Newest Fairy Jars

Posted by kudzukween (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 2, 09 at 8:42

Hi, I've been making some more fairy jars out of old jars and bottles. One is in a Starbucks frappucino bottle, and one is in a Tostitos dip jar.
kudzu

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Your newest Fairy jars are wonderful!!!!


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They are breath taking ! Are they single decorations - or are they a part of a bigger display ? Whatever - I love it !


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Thanks so much ya'll, my newest craze! I'm glad I printed out several photos for making fairies later, that'll keep me busy when I start jones-in' for a craft fix! All I need to do is figure out how to use daughters computer...
They're single fairies, but they do look great all together. I'm making one in a birdcage right now, but got side-tracked.
kudzu


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Precious


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They are the cutest things! I love the ones you did inside the kerosene lamps. Now I wish I would have hung onto the little kerosene lamp I put in the Junk Train.

I enjoyed reading and seeing the pictures of the black snake on your porch too. lol! Isn't it always the case that your batteries go at the most inopportune times? My mother always loved non-venomous snakes that ate mice. She would have welcomed him with open arms if that had been our porch.


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