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This pinecone decoration is swarf, sent to me by Rick and Caine in North Dakota.

I really like it.

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24th Dec 2006, 01:50   | tags:,,,

nige says:

another lovely sentiment.

:D

24th Dec 2006, 02:58

Caine says:

Wow, that looks fab on your tree! I never thought of swarf as tree ornaments before. A Very Merry, warm and wonderful Holiday to you. xxo

24th Dec 2006, 03:21

silar31 says:

This is lovely swamprose - the picture, the ornament, and the sentiment. Happy Holidays to you too :-)

24th Dec 2006, 05:18

Dhamaka says:

a beautiful image with a lovely sentiment

All the best to you and yours too

xx

24th Dec 2006, 06:44

Nice thoughts.

Have a great holiday wherever on MBUK you may reside..

Oh and I really like the 'decoration' BTW

24th Dec 2006, 08:49

MaggieD says:

Agree with all the above ..... have a lovely christmas ...... :-)

24th Dec 2006, 10:08

FilbertFox says:

very nice, in all the ways already mentioned. Have a good un folks

24th Dec 2006, 10:49

JokerXLXmas says:

Brilliant idea!
Happy days!

24th Dec 2006, 18:55

Gael NLI says:

Fabulous. All the best for Christmas and beyond

24th Dec 2006, 20:40

Rick says:

Glad you liked it and have put it to such good use. very hppy holiday wishes to you and yours.

24th Dec 2006, 22:18

Uber Spy says:

Merry Christmas Swamprose! xx

25th Dec 2006, 00:08

540air says:

That looks fantastic. Merry Christmas swamprose!! :D

25th Dec 2006, 02:19

Cor! Looks great on the tree! You'll have to write a "101 things you can do with swarf" book.

Hope you had a great Christmas!

27th Dec 2006, 23:44

Viv says:

excellent use - looks fab

31st Dec 2006, 01:28

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