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Thread: I got creative

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    I decided to be creative...had to beg a piece of firewood from the neighbor to make my Yule Log. :)
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    very nice. you are so creative. :wink:

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    that is so beautiful.You did a excellent job on it.

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    wow! you've got talent! beautiful!

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    We used to make these in Sunday school . We used white paper birch split, and used them for a fund raiser, to send packages for less fortunate, they bring back fond memories

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    It is cute.. Good job on it..

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    Very nice! It looks so pretty and festive!
    Toni

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    Loretta, my questions exactly! The neighbor with the blue camels?!! And also, why would you put a big log on that pretty quilt?!! Just kidding SD, really pretty display. It will be even more lovely sparkling with candlelight. Have hubby take pics.

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    As usual, your creativity is beyond belief. Your Yule Log is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

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    That's pretty. I saw them make edible ones on TV once...of course they put a little Buttercream on for decoration at last....

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