Sunday, June 17, 2007



missy j said...

Girl...You are on the BALL! This will be a beautiful Holiday addition!

Linda said...

Gorgeous idea! I have some old ornaments I planned to use for that (my Mom's), but I couldn't keep from hanging them on the tree. I hope you finished you Christmas shopping already, too. tee-hee!

Jeannene said...

"I see your beautiful name everywhere..Love those kind of Ordements, only wish they still make those they?"s

Blessings to you,

nelda said...

Your wreath turned out beautiful, Linda. The light pink ornaments look so pretty with the silver. Makes me want to make another one!

angelica said...

You GO Linda.....WOW! Beautiful!

I can't belive you were out in the hot sun creating this beauty... I know it was hot because I have been out in it all weekend.

I went to the flea today, but did not see any ornaments this time. I will keep my eye out if you need any...

You asked about the salsa:

6 or 7 roma tomatoes
a couple of jalapenos maybe 2 or 3
roast on the grill
bag them in a plastic bag to let them sweat so that you can peel off the skin easier on both the tomatoes and jalapenos
once peeled
salt to taste
Simple as that

add it on eggs or eat it with some corn tortilla chips or even lays taste really good

I make a breakfast sandwhich that tastes really great with this salsa

Wheat pita bread toasted
sour cream
and a slice of avacodo

love, Angelica

Susan Tuttle said...

Ooooo Linda!!!! This is the most gorgeous vintage Christmas ball wreath I have ever seen!

What a super idea!!!

Thanks for referring your friend to me for a banner. I look forward to hearing from her.


Lori said...

YOU DID IT!!! It turned out beautiful!!

Nancy Maxwell James said...

gorgeous wreath Linda!

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness, that is so beautiful!!

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Yes! This is a project I must tackle one day! I have the supplies in waiting...
Thanks for your comment :)

Jamie said...

This is perfect!! Thanks for the good tips too. I can see how that took a lot of epoxy:) It must have taken so much patience to make this piece. I love it! Love,Lamie

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Beautiful...I just did a post about Christmas! This is the best time to get a plan, and make some things. Your "thing" is stunning!
Glad I found your blog today.

PAT said...

Hi Linda..that wreath is beautiful. I have lots of those've given me an idea. I usually just have them in clear glass bowls and vases, at Christmas.

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Anonymous said...

How outstandingly beautiful! Wonderful work! Thanks for sharing it with us!