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January 25, 2013


Anthony North

Lovely words.


Sweet Stephanie... I will float in any pond you make or sit beside... always... XO


can you see me smiling after visiting :) love your blog, love your colors. it's a wet and rainy day. i am creating another studio space in my home in what used to be my son's bedroom. gulp. the next step. happy friday to you stephanie.

peggy gatto

Oh I love this and the bright cheer it brings me!!!

Carol and artmusedog ^_^

very creative haiku ~ wonderful! ~ Carol of:

(A Creative Harbor) ^_^


I am partial to ponds.


Makes me think of a water lily or lotus. Nice idea.


Your bright colors and gentle haiku have me floating on air!

Dawn Elliott - AlterEgoMexicana

Your little scrappy lily is tender and sweet!

lyle baxter

love the waterlily! I'd like to have a movie of you creating all these elements from recycled cardboard. do you have geese to chase all the others from the pond? our Chinese geese did tht - noisily!!

Magical Mystical Teacher

Scrappy environments are filled with possibilities!



a very relaxing Haiku, today. It has a nice rhythm to it.
As usual a very creative use of scraps!


Garbage is beautiful for those who have eyes to see it...♥♥

Kim  Mailhot

Oh, the smell of waterlilies came wafting into my mind...summer at the lake...oh how I wish...
Enjoy your scrappy fun !

Andrea thompson

Wonderful to catch up on all your posts i have missed, you have been busy creating wonderful things and having wonderful times!

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