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July 16, 2009


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Jason Thompson

Those look great! I like the books in the background too. Cheers! Jason

theresa/t does wool

Michelle...these are beautiful my friend...I have a stack of old books...I will try them...and think of you all the way...xoxo


These are lovely lovely lovely.
I just may have to try.


i am going to try as well, what a really nice activity to do with your girl such closeness here ...


My daughter and I started playing cello together last September. It has been an amazing experience and wonderful to share in the new delights and frustrations together. I love that I am able to show her that it doesn't matter how old you are you can always start something NEW.

We will have to try these flowers together, I love them.


I think I may have to follow suit and see if B and I can have a go at these! Thank you for the inspiration you gorgeous thing!


these are lovely, thank you for sharing! I might try these with my daughter.


these are lovely (and so is the composition for your photo). i think i'm going to have to try myself. . .


Goregous, Beautiful!
You are so talented, in every way.
Love the flowers. Love the image you captured. And love the meaning behind it.


oh those are so lovely! thinking about all the different ways they could be used around the house.


Absolutely beautiful! I've had a go at a basic kanzashi but these look incredible.


oh they are so adorable
off to check out the instructions!!


My son and I recently folded 50 paper cranes to hang from his ceiling in his bedroom. I have always loved playing with paper, but it was especially wonderful to share it with him. I love these little Kusudama flowers! What a great project to share with you girl.

tea with lucy

Thanks for the inspiration. I've just posted my creations with a link back to here (ok?).

Husband is not too please about the desecration of his high school hymn book. oops!


these are so very beautiful. thank you for sharing


I love the combination of old and new, crisp and aged - jusr beautiful - thanks for the link


Wow. Could you make a tutorial for that flower??

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  • Thanks for stopping by. I'm Michelle, and I live on the glorious north west coast of Tasmania, Australia. I am a photographer, designer, maker, knitter, and mama to six amazingly beautiful and talented children. Welcome to my space, a place where I share the things I am passionate about - my photographs, my crafts, my thoughts, my inspirations and my family.


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