Thursday, December 2, 2010

Advent calender...



Like last year Susanne and I are exchanging small gifts in december... And today dear Susanne, I made this "julestjerne" for you. Wonder if it's called a "christmas star" in english?

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  1. In Dutch it is also called a Christmas star (kerstster), I like the white ones very much and I always have one in house with Christmas time...I also have one in mini, but can not find it...only could find the pics?

    Advent calendars are so much fun...I made one for Mercedes and she for me,together we made one for Sylvia....


    Sabihax

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  2. Your version is very, very beautiful. She'll be happy
    groetjes
    Ingrid

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  3. In Poland we call it Betlehem star :)You made a pretty star Annie! :)

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  4. I love the color of the Christmas star...very beautiful

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  5. OHHHAnnie, I just love the Poinsettia, it´s so sweet! Thank you!!
    Hugs Susanne

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  6. ..and I see, that you like the duck from Petit Brocante ;-)

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  7. Your Christmas star=Joulutähti is very beutiful!

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  8. Your life is like meadow grass http://builder-life.blogspot.com/2010/12/your-life-is-like-meadow-grass.html an attitude of gratitude will accompany toward less stress and keep you healthy. we can learn to develop an attitude of gratitude is when misfortune comes, even when things run smoothly.One day several years ago, criminals rob a rich man who came from England who traveled to neighboring countries. that night he wrote this in his notes:"I was robbed today, but I'm grateful. I am thankful, first, though they took all mine, they actually did not take so much. I'm grateful though they took my wallet, they do not take my life. Finally I am grateful that I was robbed and not me the rob ".

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