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November 22, 2008

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Again, Donna, you're awesome!

Thanks for the idea!

Hugs from here!

Beautiful! What a neat craft idea!

They look excellent Donna!

Donna,

Could you do these with snowflake cookie cutters?

I love it!!!!!

I absolutely love this project!

Donna; I have wanted to leave a comment here and didn't get to it until today. This was a fabulous and wonderful post! My children loved your crafty sharing, thank you so much. Sending you warm wishes, prayers and hugs today too. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. God Bless.

These are really clever. We have done some similar clay leaves but making them into a candle halder is a great idea. And I like Maria P.'s idea for winter ones with a snowflake cutter - paint them white (or use the white clay) and add some sparkly ultrafine glitter.

These are really clever. We have done some similar clay leaves but making them into a candle halder is a great idea. And I like Maria P.'s idea for winter ones with a snowflake cutter - paint them white (or use the white clay) and add some sparkly ultrafine glitter.

Wow, how did I miss this one? What a simple yet beautiful idea!

We didn't get our clay until after Christmas, so we're going to make Valentine's ones today!

I'll keep you posted!

When you use acrylic paint, do you wait till the clay is completely dry or partially dry to paint?

Thank you!

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