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More Totems . . . Of Course

Posted by mary2010 9 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 17, 10 at 16:43

Hi fellow GJ's,
Just a quick note to share the two newest totem creations. They continue to sell well so far . . . still have my fingers crossed though that I can actually make a little $$$ with this venture. Already putting together the next one in my head. That's scary for anyone who knows me (lol).

Take care friends,

Mary


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RE: More Totems . . . Of Course

Lovely as always! The 1st is really a beautiful piece to stand alone in a green garden, other flowers aren't needed. Jan


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Bravo! These are both beautiful!


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You sure find some wonderful things and then put them together beautifully! I agree with sunnyca that they compliment greenery really well so you wouldn't need to plant flowers. I just wish you lived closer so I could buy one from you!


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  • Posted by sorie6 Zone4 Colo (My Page) on
    Tue, Aug 17, 10 at 23:00

Beautiful!! You have a nack for putting them together. Good luck on your continued sales!1


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Just beautiful! You have such a way of making the most fanciful looking totems! Great job!


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They are both GREAT....but if I had to pick a fave it would be the first one. You really do have an eye for putting pieces together well for an eye pleasing finish! I have been frequenting the resale shops, never find such pretty pieces.


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Very nice. As much as I love glass, I think that its true that the ceramic pieces look wonderful with greenery. This is especially great at times of year when there aren't many flowers.
Congratulations on your success!
Kathy


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