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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Sunday Sundries ~ Edition 3


One more week of hearts! It's getting harder to come up with something new!  The picture on the bottom right is of a wall hanging that I made to hold a few of my grandmother's handkerchiefs. Each section looks like the front of a shirt complete with buttons and pocket.

Here's an extra image I took this week.
I "heart" Mason jars!

 
Have a great week!
 

I am beginning to learn that it is the sweet,
simple things of life which are the real ones after all.
― Laura Ingalls Wilder

 

11 comments:

  1. Wonderful collage of hearts ~ gorgeous and love the mason jar photo ~

    artmusedog and carol
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  2. You continue to amaze--especially with the heart-shaped tree limbs. You are one observant lady! My fave this week? The heart-plate and all its goodies.

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  3. I think you are doing a stunning job of celebrating hearts! So very creative. Love the tiny nest and its red heart.

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  4. I love all your hearts, Cathy! I especially like that you were looking up and saw that heart tree branch! How wonderful to have your grandmother's handkerchiefs - a creative way to display them, too.

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  5. Beautiful hearts and I understand what you are talking about, I am doing the Red challenge for FOL on instagram and using my 365 Healthy eating project and it is getting hard to come up with anymore red foods.

    Love the mason jars. Congrats on the new job (flickr)

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  6. I love the hearts. Can't believe the one that is a tree with limbs shaped like a heart. I am so glad you posted the mason jars. I know that you will find more hearts.

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  7. Beautiful montage and homage to love! Those handkerchiefs are very special! I "heart" mason jars too, although I haven't done any canning recently. You only have a few more days to go with this theme, I'm sure you can come up with a few more images.

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  8. You are doing so well with all your hearts. I would have burned out after the first week. The mason jars, love!

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  9. Oh, I love this collection of hearts! That tree is truly amazing!!

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  10. What a great collection of hearts. I'm loving the tree braches forming the heart.

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  11. I love Mason jars too and I also love that little nest with a heart in it! What a wonderful souvenir to have some of your grandmother's handkerchiefs. I still have a couple of my dad's with his initial on them which he left at my place once on a visit. I knew I wanted to keep them and am so glad I did.

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