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So glad that you found me! My blog is about everything I love like gardening, decorating my home & garden and crafting. Although I'm from Germany I write my blog in English so that hopefully every visitor can read it. Hope you'll stay a while and will leave me a comment so that I know that you were here! xoxo Carola

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Oops, some missing!

These flip sides were missing, but no chance for me to integrate them in the last post, well that's blogger lol



13 comments:

Deb said...

Carol ~ your matchbox ornaments are just gorgeous - each so different and unique! I must say I missed reading your daily blogs and looking at your beautiful pictures but I can see you have been busy in your studio. We have a Christmas party at our home each year and I always like our guests to leave with a little gift - I think the matchbox ornaments would be perfect with a little votive candle. Thank you as always for being so inspiring!

Dawn said...

One word.
GORGEOUS!!

MariaJ said...

Unique! I want to try these too...

Copper's Wife said...

These are just great!! I love them.

Naturegirl said...

Matchbox ornaments lovely(so much creativity!) I can see a victorian tree filled with these....I do NOT SEE your SIGNATURE ROSE ornament rose Queen!

abe/hap said...

very sweet Carol - I may have to see if I can make some too. :)

Alexiev said...

Great

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hi Carol,
I haven't visited for a few days - wow! You have been busy!! These little ornaments are beautiful. You could add little chocolates inside as a gift.
Niki.x

cityfarmer said...

I am here to stay...you've touched a chord with me...

Anita said...

Very nice indeed. I really should try these collages one day. And quilting..., not to forget crafting more bird houses, and sweewing more hearts.... Yes, I have to blame you (and the other bloggers) for inspiring me! ;-))) Thanks a lot for beeing creative!

Carol said...

I love Niki's idea to put some chocolate in, as a little pressie, thanks for the tip Niki!

I'm glad to read that I have inpired so many of you to probably try some as well!:D

Have you also been to Nicoles blog www.smalltreasures.blogspot.com to see her wonderful examples? You should'nt miss them, they are gorgeous!

zUzU said...

Carol! =^..^=

I have been away from being able to visit my favorite blogs this past week ... Really missing all the nifty pictures you post and ...

When I stop by to see what you have been up to while I was gone, I find these GORGEOUS little Christmas boxes! Oh they are just wonderful!!

What a grand idea to play with ... Each is better than the last! Do you hide little goodies inside? Oh you KNOW I would!

I seriously want to try these. I am quite certain the faeries would enjoy having them hung in the trees filled with teensy surprises for them. (I have a specific 7 year old faerie that lives next door in mind to help me).

I am SOooo in the holiday spirit now! I want to play in the studio! You know ... What I am making for the trade would likely fit inside of one of these boxes ... and that's the only ::hint:: you will get until your ornament package arrives ::giggle::

Have a HaPpY Weekend!
=^..^= love zU

lindaharre said...

I went to your inspiration site and "small treasures" has darling things as well! Love your blog.....thanks for sharing it with us:-D

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