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Introducing Christmas in July 2012 - A Whole Month of Christmassy Goodness!

Christmas in July comin' up!

Christmas in July is here! Or almost here! Depends upon whether you celebrate one day or the whole month! Me? I am celebrating the whole month of course!

I am celebrating by beginning a series of projects I have on my MUST MAKE FOR CHRISTMAS list. Most of them have been there quite a while now, transfered from one year to the next. No more of that! July 2012 they are being revealed to the world!

Christmas in July Shopping Spree Giveaway to Support Makers of Free Content

Epiphyllum

Christmas in July Shopping Spree Giveaway is one of several shopping sprees held on this blog throughout the year to support makers of free online content. And since it is still new - it is a work in progress!. This month I am experimenting and instead of asking the winner to select just one shop, I am giving the winner the option to select items from as many of the 5 shops featured as she likes - as long as she stays in budget!!

How To Make a Punched Tin Dragonfly

Punched tin Dragonfly

Several requests have arrived from the blogiverse for a tutorial for making a punched tin and bead dragonfly. So here it is!

NOTES before we start:

** Wiring on the wings is a bit tricky and I have done my best to make the process clear. If you will follow the written steps, you should have no problem creating your own dragonfly. However, if you have a question, don't hesitate to write me.

Gingerbread Snowflakes' Secret Places - Olympic Rain Forests.

Hall of Mosses Trail, Olympic Nat'l Park.

We escaped for a few days into my favorite place in the Pacific Northwest - the Olympic National Park Rain Forests - a world of magic and wonder and spirit healing.

And - a photographer's dreamscape!

Pacific Northwest = Gorgeous Spots to Say I Do!

Nai and Eric - Multnomah Falls Wedding

I may be a bit prejudiced, but I am pretty sure the Pacific Northwest offers some of the most spectacular setting for weddings! Like this one - 620' Multnomah Falls in the historic Columbia Gorge!

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