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February 13, 2006


These are gorgeous -- Sculpey is so much fun for hte kids to work with and really holds up well. We did our Jesse Tree ornaments with it and they're in great shape. Maybe we'll do the Lenten Journey tree with sculpey?

Thanks for sharing this idea and getting this Mama thinking!

Thanks indeed! Great project, Alice. And Mary, you're right -- Sculpey would be so much better for our Jesse Tree. We did ours out of salt dough and many of them have broken.

Beautiful! Ds saw them and now I gotta go get some sculpey!
Thanks for the inspiration!

Only you, my dear...never in a million years would a craft as charming as this occur to me. You have such a gift.

Now listen, you have GOT to get down here for a visit--our local living history museum has a replica Irish thatched cottage exactly like your creation! Complete with friendly kitty curled up at the hearth, and a spinning wheel in the corner...I always expect to see Auld Mary there!

>Now listen, you have GOT to get down >here for a visit--our local living history >museum has a replica Irish thatched >cottage exactly like your creation!

Wow, I wish I could pack my bags right now.

Many thanks for the kind words, everyone!

How pretty!
This Celtic proud family needs an Ireland cookie cutter... must have one!

These are so pretty! My dh's family is from County Kerry.

Alice, once again, your talents astound me! Truly inspiring and beautiful, love the creations, and Margarets are stunning as well! Thanks for sharing these links, I'm off to order now!
Hugs, M.

Many thanks, Meredith!

What a great project. Of course I had to order the cutters right away. Off to buy Sculpey. Thanks for sharing your lovely ideas I benefit greatly from your creativity.

Thanks Mary Ellen--and welcome home!!!

Oh, so delightful, Alice! I love to see the results when the creative juices flow in your house! And because of your Irish heritage I love to get inspired by your ideas esp. for this feast day!

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