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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Day 4 - Waterless Snowglobe tutorial

Hello friends!
Thanks for returning to my blog for 
Day 4 of my 12 Days of Christmas Celebration.

Each year, I try to feature one Extra Special tutorial from a fellow blogger.  
While browsing a few weeks ago, I found this awesome tutorial from 
Karen at

 I've followed Karen's blog for quite a while and she always had such wonderful ideas and pictures to share.  When I saw this tutorial, I immediately wrote to Karen and asked permission to use her post for my 12 Days of Christmas Celebration.  She was kind enough to allow me to do so and I want to thank her for letting me share this with all of you.

This is her 
Waterless Snow Globe...and although it looks so beautiful and terribly expensive, you will see from reading the tutorial that you can make one like it too...all you need is a little time and a few supplies!
So please, head on over to Karen's wonderful blog to find tutorial.  While you are there, take a look around for more tutorials and such.   Karen has so much more to offer, and I hope you start to follow her blog, if you don't already.


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Now, not meaning to put a damper on all the fun we are having here, but my dear sweet hubby got some bad news at the doctor today.  I won't go into details, but he could really use as many prayers as we can get....Prayers going up to Heaven to our Lord...for healing and a clean bill of health.

It may be necessary for me to include a few "less than perfect" posts for my 12 Days of Christmas Celebration.  All of these tutorials take me quite a while to put together, and if I happen to need to care for him or be with him through procedures, I will not have the time....so please forgive me.  I have, throughout the year, bookmarked many great ideas and tutorials, so I have a wealth of them ready to make...but instead of me making them, I may find the need to direct you to the tutorial on another site.  Time will tell, but I will do my best to continue to post through the end of my
12 Days of Christmas.

Thank you for your prayers


Heal me, O LORD, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise. 

Jeremiah 17:14

12 comments:

  1. The most important thing right now is to get prayers going for your husband, please don't worry about blogging Christmas tutorials.

    You both are on my daily prayer list.

    Hugs

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  2. Prayers to you and your hubby, Wendy.
    Blessings~Jean

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  3. Wendy...you need to take care of your hubby first. We all understand how life can be turned upside down. Your blog can wait. Sending love and prayers to you both. Hugs

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  4. Love these Snow Globes and will definitely check out Karen's tutorial!!

    Prayers being said for your hubby and you!! Take care. ♥

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  5. Praying for your dear hubby from the top of his head to the bottom of his toes.
    And for you and family chickie pal.
    Giant hugs too

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  6. My husband and I will both pray for your husband. I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers, too! Sweet hugs!

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  7. Wendy your faith in God will get you through this ~ no matter what the outcome. Praying for complete healing in Jesus' Name!!
    Your Friend,
    Rene
    Sew Many Raggedies

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  8. Praying for your hubby, Wendy. God Bless you both.

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  9. Sorry to hear this Wendy. Praying hubby will be fine.

    Felicia

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  10. Hi Wendy, prayers for you and your hubby. Thank you for sharing this tutorial. I will check out Karens blog. hugs, Lecia

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  11. Healing energy winging it's way towards your hubby Wendy and love and support to you. Deb

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  12. Hi Wendy,playing catch up here.Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.Hugs,Jen

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