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October 20, 2020


Marilee McKelvey

Love the wreath! It takes me back -- when my son was one (1985) I wanted to stay home, not go out to a job, but I needed to make some money, so I started decorating grapevine wreaths with dried flowers and ribbons. Eventually I discovered French wired ribbon and birdhouses and boxes and topiaries...it was a fabulous time making crafts, selling them to local shops. I kept it up thru the birth of my daughter, and into elementary school. I have some wonderful pics of them sitting on my craft table surrounded by dried natural bits. Thanks for reminding me of a fun time. Can't wait to see the witchy wands you make!

Ellen D. Bailey

Beautifully creative, as always!

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About Karla Nathan

Creating Art Journals

Mini Dress Form Workshop

  • Learn how to make a mini dress form, and get tips on how to embellish your creation. This class comes with ideas, videos, instructions and ephemera images to download and print.

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Romantic White Christmas E-Zine

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