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Crafty Advice for Newlyweds...?




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maritrez
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maritrez
75 days ago
 
Not technically My Make, but I did take the pics...
Crafty Nannie's Wedding Anniversary reminded me, so I had a search for them.

At Linlithgow, cat-sitting some weeks back, I noticed these - obviously souvenirs of DIL's hen night several years ago.

Sage advice on Chocolate,
and I particularly liked the notion about crafting gifts ... must ask them if they ever did that!!
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Maybe they have never been quite that bored!!

  
Su2ie
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Su2ie
74 days ago
 
Aww those are lovely - wish Iā€™d have thought to do something like this for my sister when she got married a couple of years ago šŸ˜Š
  
maryliz
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maryliz
74 days ago
 
I used to paint flowers on wooden spoons, make a hole in end of handle and put ribbon through..They could be varnished and hung in kitchen. I was alllergic to the yacht varnish so left mine without...wonder if I have any of those left? Mary
  
Crafty nannie
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Crafty nannie
74 days ago
 
Some lovely sentiments , and so nice to keep šŸ¤—
  
Goose
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Goose
73 days ago
 
Love them
  
Serendipity2
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Serendipity2
70 days ago
 
Fab. Lovely idea. x
  
Towst
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Towst
70 days ago
 
what a lovely thoughtful idea
  
maritrez
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maritrez
60 days ago
 
maryliz said 74 days ago:
I used to paint flowers on wooden spoons, make a hole in end of handle and put ribbon through..They could be varnished and hung in kitchen. I was alllergic to the yacht varnish so left mine without...wonder if I have any of those left? Mary


I've seen some like that, Mary. They look lovely!!

Thanks everyone!


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