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A Beary Merry Christmas

Posted by kirkus (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 8, 11 at 23:16

Wishing you a Merry Christmas... Here is my carved bear Bart (given to me by a student and his family)... The bidhouse was a gift in the Garden Junk Secret Santa Exchange a few years back... made by Jeanne and her hubby. If you look closely, you'll see lots of rusty metal pieces and tools I added this year. :o) Have a BEARY, MERRY CHRSTMAS! Bear Hugs! Kirk

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RE: A Beary Merry Christmas

Sooo Nice! I noticed the shovel right away...my son was over and broke mine today...and he thought it weird, that mom just walked away not even upset...little does he know us junkers are always happy with life's suprises! Lemonade here I come! Thanks for the pic posting Kirk! I can Bearly stand it!


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Calamity, Yes, let's all make lemonade! :o) Did you see the rake head too? I love old tools...even broken ones! :o)


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Its so charming! I love the bear and birdhouse The tree with just the red bulbs is a perfect complement.

I still can't get your wreath with the rusty snowflakes out of my head. I think of it almost ever day. Now I have something else to think wish for!

Kathy


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Kirk, your picture makes a beautiful Christmas card. The forest in the background and the large rocks in the foreground are just perfect. Judging from the pictures you post, your home is in a beautiful location.

Merry Christmas to you and everyone!

Marylee


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Bart looks very contented in that setting!(Maybe cause he's the center of attention!) Jan


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Love all of it!!


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Always such an inviting entrance! Love Bart decorated for Christmas and all of the old tools, etc.


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Love the old tools ....recycled! Bart could handle thos easily enough! Looks great! Always great to see Bart! & the old barnwood birdhse! ;-) TFS! Jeanne s.


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