Saturday, February 28, 2009


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Friday, February 27, 2009

Squirrel Ear Ring

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The Meaning Of Flowers - N O P Q

NARCISSUS: Egotism, conceit, self love, self admiration, formality, stay as sweet as you are. Also known as the birthflower for December.

NASTURTIUM: Conquest, victory in battle. Associated with the fortieth wedding anniversary.

OAK LEAVES: Bravery.

OLEANDER: Caution.


ORANGE BLOSSUM: Purity, innocence, eternal love, marriage and fruitfulness, fertility.


ORCHID: Rare beauty, love, refinement, beautiful lady, Chinese symbol for many children, mature charm, beauty, long life. Associated with twenty-eighth wedding anniversary.

PALM LEAVES: Victory, success.

PANSIES: Receipient is being thought about. The flower's name comes from the French word pensée which means thought or remembrance. Associated with the first wedding anniversary.

PAPERWHITE: Aphrodisiac due to its intoxicating scent. It is also the national flower of Wales because it often blooms on March 1st which is St. David's feast day, Wales' patron saint.

PEONY: Bashfulness, shame, happy life, happy marriage, good health, prosperity. Associated with the twelfth wedding anniversary.

PEPPERMINT: Cordiality.

PERIWINKLE: Friendship.

PETUNIA: Resentment, anger, your presence soothes me.

PHLOX: Unanimity.

POPPY: Eternal sleep, oblivion, imagination. Associated with ninth wedding anniversary.

POPPY, RED: Pleasure, consolation.

POPPY, WHITE: Consolation, sleep, rest.

POPPY, YELLOW: Wealth, success.

PRIMROSE: I can't live without you.



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Friday, February 20, 2009

D I Y - Mushroom Cardboard

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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Puffy Bookmark

The ABRACADABRA bookmark aims to make finding where you left off and opening to that page easier. I didn’t know it was an issue but now I hate my ordinary paper bookmark.
The ABRACADABRA contains an air-filled chamber, half of which is flattened by the weight of a book.
Squeezing the exposed side inflates the concealed side lift the page just enough for your finger to slip in.

And just for fun and giggles, old ABRACADABRAS can be arranged on a paper pot.
Yes, a paper tree, a paper pot, and graphics that look like something else.


for your kitchen measurements in a whole new light

Equal Measure is half measuring cup, half laboratory beaker,
and all fun.

It have ounces, milliliters, and cups on the scale too!
2 1/2-cup capacity, heat-resistant & dishwasher-safe borosilicate glass.

The Meaning Of Flowers - J L M

JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT: Associated with the seventh wedding anniversary.

JASMINE, WHITE or INDIAN: Amiability , I attach myself to you, sensuality, attachment.


JASMINE, YELLOW: Grace, elegance.

JONQUIL: Sympathy , love me, affection returned, desire.

LADY SLIPPER: Capricious beauty.

LARKSPUR: Fickleness, ardent attachment, levity, lightness. Also the birthflower for July.

LARKSPUR, PINK: Fickleness.


LAVENDER: Devotion.


LILAC: Youthful, humility, confidence.

LILY: Majesty, wealth, pride, innocence, purity.

LILY, WHITE: Purity, modesty, virginity, majesty, it's heavenly to be with you. The white lily is linked to Juno, the queen of the gods in Roman mythology, by the story that while nursing her son Hercules, some excess milk fell from the sky creating the group of stars we call the Milky Way, and lilies were created from what milk fell to the earth. The Easter lily is also known as the symbol of the Virgin Mary.

LILY, ORANGE: flame, I burn for you.

LILY, YELLOW: I'm walking on air, false, gay.

LILY OF THE VALLEY: Return of happiness, purity of heart, sweetness, tears of the Virgin Mary, you've made my life complete, humility, happiness. The legend of the lily of the valley is that it sprang from Eve's tears when she was kicked out of the Garden of Eden. It is also believed that this flower protects gardens from evil spirits. Also known as the flower of May.

LOTUS BLOSSUM: Estranged love.

MAGNOLIA: Dignity, love of nature, nobility.

MARIGOLD: Affection, cruelty, grief, jealousy. The marigold was called Mary's Gold by early Christians who placed garlands of marigolds by statues of the Virgin Mary.

MARIGOLD, POT: Grief, despair.

MIMOSA: Sensitivity.

MINT: Virtue.

MISTLETOE: Kiss me, affection, to surmount difficulties, sacred plant of India.

MONKSHOOD: Beware, a deadly foe is near, danger.

MORNING GLORY: Loves you. Associated with the eleventh wedding anniversary.

MOSS: Maternal love, charity.

MYRTLE: Love, Hebrew emblem of marriage.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Tips - Vinegar

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Tips - Salt

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Happy Lovers Day

Monday, February 2, 2009

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