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Punched Tin Holiday Tree

Punched Tin Christmas Tree

Despite glaring imperfections, I am happy to have this punched tin tree finally joining all the others in my tree collection.

It was Muse's idea to use one of my punched tin light shields as the topper. I thought she was crazy, but ... it works! One must always trust Muses. They know stuff.

This is not really a proper tutorial, but more of a guide for anyone wanting to create a similar tree.

Check Out These Beautiful Gingerbread Snowflakes

Seasons of Joy Everlasting Gingerbread Ornaments

I LOVE THESE GINGERBREAD COOKIE ORNAMENTS! They are handcrafted by Nancy Payne, a lovely and talented artist I met on Instagram.

Visit her etsy shop Seasons Of Joy here and you will find gingerbread snowflakes, mittens, mini gingerbread houses, angels, and bells! All are unique and every one is just absolutely beautiful.

This Valentine's Day, Give Your Child a Gift to Last a Lifetime.

St. Johm

The wonderful image above was shared a few days ago by my friend, Joseph, a very talented Portland, OR Photographer. Find his images on Instagram as gemini_digitized here. However, this post has little to do with his images and everything to do with his fatherhood.

It's Mid-winter! And Brigid's Day, Candlemas, Imbolc, and Groundhog Day

Celebrating Brigid's Day Happy Mid-winter! We have made it to the midpoint between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox!

Make a Resolution to Share Your Passwords with Those You Care About

Woolly Caterpillar after a gentle rain

First things first - Happy New Year everyone!

This is a post that I really intended writing a year ago in January. It’s message however, behind as it might be, is just as important - maybe more so.

My little woolly caterpillar caught out in the rain is serving as an abstract view of the internet universe.

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