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December 16, 2010

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Katie @ cakes, tea and dreams

Love!! My dad and I always insist on putting the ragged handmade ornaments on the tree, too. So much more fun than shiny, perfect store-bought ones. :)

Heidi

Wonderful. Thanks so much! I loved this post. I will be checking out her book AND forwarding a copy of this to my mom. We love the ornaments that have only one eye left and require the yearly honored stories of how they came about.

Marthalama.wordpress.com

Well, first of all, that's one of the best looking toilet paper roll angels I have ever seen. What a wonderful story. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely family with us.

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