Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Cherries.....

...aren't just for drinks, pies or fancy desserts.   In my world, they're for Christmas trees too!


I'll be rearranging these delicious fruity pieces to form additional ornaments for my Christmas tree but before I can do that I need to check in with Julia.  Julia is our Crafty Parole Officer over at the Stamping Ground to whom we must visit each week.  This weekly update provides everyone of us with plenty of support and tremendous inspiration for another week.  If you want to see exactly what I'm talking about you should check in with Julia first!

Wherever you are in your day, I hope you're enjoying it. 
Wishing you many happy creations! 


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26 comments:

  1. Mmmm now what are you going to do with those cherries - intriguing. Thanks for sharing - Hugs, Neet #1

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  2. Now you have me curious about the tree ornaments. Have a great WOYWW from #2.

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  3. Love your wee cherries i used to use those alot when i made the christmas wreaths for the craft fairs some years ago .They are great for spraying gold and silver too.Have fun!and a creative week
    hugs judex 16

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  4. The plot thickens LOL Hope you're rested and have time to create, looking forward to seeing your makes, Gay xxx

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  5. Looking forward to see what you do with the cherries x

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  6. Ooooh please hurry up the suspenders are killing me!!!! xx

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  7. When Julia sees this, she's going to have serious cherry-envy as she loves anything with them on! We wait with baited breath to see what you're going to come up with!
    hugs, LLJ #41 xx

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  8. Ooohhh cherries, good at any time of year!!! Christmas wreaths come to mind, as well as decorating the table on Christmas Day!

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  9. Look forward to seeing what you create with the little cherries! they're cute! x

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  10. Love your cherries; look forward to seeing how you use them!

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  11. Now cherries are among my favourite...not necessarily to eat so much as an image, so these look very interesting to me. Specially the glittered ones. Can't say I've seen any here. Mind you, I haven't looked. Yet!

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  12. And now I want to glitter cherries. This crafting business is a sickness isn't it? Thank you for sharing and for visiting.

    cheers, rachel #22

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  13. Cant wait to see what you are up to ...I thought I could see where you were comming from ....maybe not lol xx

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  14. Perfect tree decorations, and as Jude says, you can do so much with them, including covering with glue and dipping in glitter.

    Hugs
    Brenda 86

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  15. My cats seem to like to get into these if they are anywhere in the house. Have fun with them

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  16. Lovely, would love to see how you use them as decorations xx

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  17. Umm cherries, interesting, wil have to come back and see what you do with them. We had red apples on our tree one year.

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  18. Mmmmmmmmmm, Interesting...

    Toni xx

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  19. now I'm curious, will check back for a progress report lol

    Lou P #124

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  20. Can't wait to see the finished project! Thanks for the peek and sharing.

    xoxo Marjo

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  21. I look forward to seeing what you do with the cherries! ~#118 WOYWW Robin Panzer Art Studio 33 Happy WOYWW

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  22. Ahem, my suspenders are killing me too! Haven't seen those cherries over here in the UK :( And yes, Livi is the little monkey who loves to press buttons. Have a lovely day! Di xx

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  23. Gosh, you are teasing us this week, and last week too ... love the cherries ... can't wait to see your decorated tree when you're done. Elizabeth x #55

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  24. This means Ch*****as must be coming ..
    JoZarty x

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