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I know... I am such a slow poke. Well not really, I have been on the ball for the past two weeks. I had two shows back to back and that kept me pretty busy. Here is my big idea. I hope you like it. I have a new found love for cloche's. I love how they come in so many different shapes and sizes. You can do so much with them. I thought I could make my very own and I did. Now I would love to share them with all of you.They are so sweet and would even be cute to place a little Hersey's kiss inside. What a neat gift for a teacher or friend. Enjoy, Susie

5 comments:

  1. I love it! So pretty...I have got to get the stuff to make me a couple of these. I can see them throughout the house and then changing the "inside" for the holidays!

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  2. Susie, you are so clever. What a great idea and just in time...the nearest Hobby Lobby (which I could not live without either) is roughly 25 minutes from my house and I am headed there today!!! Thank you for sharing your talent you are such a sweetie. Talk to you soon Paula

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  3. Fabulous little vignettes!! Don't you just love Hobby Lobby! Thanks for sharing....Angie

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  4. “You can see the techniques of the knit on this style; Bandage Dress one day we will videotape the process of how our pieces are made. Herve Leger sale They weave the base and then hand-apply everything else. And our fit is really key. Oktoberfest Dress These pieces are more like sweaters than anything else—they’re not cut-and-sew, Herve Leger Dresses they’re knits—and that’s why they fit so well. People are so surprised at how well Herve Leger fits, and I tell them it’s all about how the dresses are constructed.”And finally, we dress for what we love too. For what we just can’t resist. Lubov, a former dancer, is a big fan of movement, so for her that signals the fringe-trimmed bandage dress.

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