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November 10, 2009

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oo thanks so much! these are a must.

I love those wands...I am going to make some for my daughter,she will totally dig them. Oh and by the way I loved how the french yogurt post and this one looked being almost side by side.I love that color combination.

thanks girls! + shellie, i can't say i didn't think about the post order:)

yes, they are very festive!

oh perfect! i wanted to find a pretty ribbon stick for Iris's forthcoming third birthday, but now i should obviously just make one!

oh these are fantastic...they would be so fun for a little party too.

genius as always ;-)
xo

these would be cute for a little girls party along with a maypole...i wish i had a little girl {sigh}

These are lovely. They'd be so much fun to give to everyone to play with...kids and adults alike.

Very cute!

beautiful... lovely idea as ever!

I had a ribbon wand when I was young...ok, till I was 12. They are just delightful, make every movement feel like magic. Thanks for the reminder, and the lovely images!

Agree. It's a good article that I can apply this for my routine. I loved it, so usefully. Thanks :)

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