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June 18, 2008

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sarah

I love these and am going to suggest them to our school for one of the fairs!

Carol

They are incredibly sweet :-)

Angel Funk

I love them!

Angel Funk

Coming back to say that I can't get those links to work!

Mom

Oh......those little milkweed pod babies are so precious. The photos are lovely, as well.

It is always so interesting to see what nature leaves for us to inspire creativity. I have a special project to do with Ivo which involves a good bit of nature--first we will collect (and connect), then we will sort, and then we will design, glue, and trim--and then we celebrate!!!!

The workbench and tools are just waiting for you, Ivo!

Love, Hugs, and Snuggly Milkweed Baby Kisses for Ivo~

Mom

Jonah Lisa

So adorable, Amanda. Can't get links to work either, though.

Kate in NJ

Lovely, you are so very creative!

Emilie

so darling!

RunninL8

Those are just precious! Thanks so much!
Where to find milkweed in Alaska?!?!

Carrie

Cute!

Jenny

Those are absolutely adorable- I think CJ would love to find one of those in the flower bed!

Anna

ADORABLE!!!!! Also, thaks for the wormery idea, it's on our Summer TO DO list.

Lizz

So sweet!

Treemama

These are fantastic...I can't wait to try them. Let the nature hunt begin.

Tara

This is a dumb question, but what exactly is wool roving? Thanks.

Tara

HOW DO YOU DRY THE MILK WEED PODS

I want to use the pods for the shape of a bird's body. But I don't remember how to dry the milkweed pods so the filler stays inside. Maybe you know?

KYLA

I GOT THEM AT THE RENS FEST BUT THY LOOKED KINDA DIFFRENT.

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