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Inspired!


I was inspired by a friend, Cindy, from GLU (a chatroom I love!) to try these frozen doilies as a January decoration. She found the idea here but I thought that sounded like too much work. So I modified this idea by simply wetting the doily then letting it freeze on the sidewalk!


It peeled right up in our 14 degree weather! I then hung them up on our neighbors' cedar tree. I won't be able to keep them there long as these doilies were made by my mother in law! I would be so sad if anything happened to them! Aren't they beautiful?




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  1. Well, these are the largest tree ornaments I have ever seen - and quite lovely! Enjoy your weekend.

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  2. Oh Terri, they are gorgeous! They would freeze well over here too, it's -4F as I type this! lol xoxo

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  3. Anonymous6:03 PM

    I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Gorgeous and what a great idea, but one I can't use since our weather isn't ever cold enough.

    Hugs from the beach,
    Kat

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  5. These are beautiful, Terri!

    It's a big ol' 8 degrees, as I type, this Sunday morning. Wouldn't take long for them to freeze today. We have Miss Gabi and need to return her to her home soon. I wish I could just sit here by the fire the rest of the day!

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  6. Totally gorgeous Terri! I love this idea. It wouldn't work here but I love it!

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  7. What a neat idea and they certainly are gorgeous. You'll have to find some that don't have as much meaning for you to use in this way. I think my Eastern Spruce would look beautiful dressed that way.

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  8. Anonymous6:49 PM

    Those are beautiful Terri. We have had a very cold weekend too. Is it Spring yet???

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  9. They are like heaven's snowflakes...no less beautiful or unique.
    Gorgeous, without a doubt.

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  10. Oh my goodness this is ingenious! To bad it is 75 degrees here. I guess I could just starch the heck out of mine. :)

    Happy New Year friend.

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  11. What a great idea!! I'll come by and snatch them out of your tree, watch out!!

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  12. What a wonderful idea!

    When I saw your header I had to stop and stare before reading the post. They are truly beautiful.

    Hope you are feeling greeeaaat in this New Year!

    Hugs,

    Becky K

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  13. This is just out and out clever. So pretty, Terri.

    Barb ♥

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  14. Those are too pretty and what a great idea! Happy New Year!!! Blessings, Sandy

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  15. COOL idea! (pun intended!!)

    Happy New Year!!! :)

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  16. I know where you live. Those doillies may not be there tomorrow;)
    Too cute!

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  17. That is so pretty! They're like hug snowflakes. I've seen people starch smaller ones and hang them in their windows - also very pretty.

    Terri email me about the planter markers. How many do you need, what do you want them to say etc.

    Manuela

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  18. What a lovely idea!!! It sure would work here!!!

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  19. They are very beautiful indeed!! I may have to try that. Maybe over summer I'll make a few! Really, I love it!!

    I left something for ya at my blog.

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