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Hello Again! Happy Michaelmas Season!

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Many years ago - many, my family persuaded this shy, nearly friendless teen to enter the Junior Miss Pageant. Since I was not particularly talented, I decided I would speak. And what I shared with that huge, invisible audience hiding in the darkened auditorium were words from Confuscious:

"It is better to light one small candle, than to curse the darkness."

Mini Tips and Tuts: Easy Yarn-y Witch to Haunt Your Heart

Simple yarn-y witch to make from scraps around the house!

Meet the newest addition to my witch-y collection!

She is easy easy easy to make - you will be done in under an hour!

Yarn-y Witch Mini Tut

Mini Tips and Tuts: Make Sparkling Frosty Fall Leaves for Table Tops, Garlands & Wreaths

Mos Podge and Stupendous Crystal Snow make a perfect6 team for creating frosty fall leaves

A very mini tutorial to continue the celebration of Michaelmas Season with a little hello to fall!

Updated Sparkly Leaves! (You can revisit the original sparkly fall leaf post here)

Beautiful Embroideries to Celebrate Michaelmas Season

Michaelmas Daisies for Michaelmas Day!

Popping in for a minute (between coughs and sneezes) to wish you, one and all, a Happy Michaelmas Season with a glimpse of my pretty Michaelmas Daisies in full bloom and a bitter sweet goodbye to summer with the help of two gorgeous embroideries I am eager to share!

Fresh Corn Husks Make "Whimsical" Table Top Holiday Trees

Make Holiday Trees Using Fresh Corn Husks

Just for fun, I am sharing a little experiment I have been playing around with the past couple weeks.

The original idea was sound enough - attach shredded fresh corn husks to a cone shape and let their natural tendency to curl and twist as they dry create a fun little table top tree.

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