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October 30, 2013


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Kristi Harrison

Wow, I love these earrings!! Beautiful!!

Sarajo Wentling

Very cool earrings, Diana! Now I might have to go read that story... I want to know what happened. I'm so glad you joined us this month!

Terri Greenawalt

MAH-velous work! Lovin' the fish vertebrae/mermaid connection. DO PLAY AGAIN in November with Bridge of Birds.


So glad you joined us, Diana. I'm definitely going to have to read this tale!
Your earrings are beautiful!The fish vertebrae were perfect for your theme!

Mary K

I haven't read that story yet, but you have inspired me to read it. Your earrings are great, love all the different elements.

Sharon Palac

Hi Diana, wonderful earrings, and the fish vertebrae is genius! I added you to my blog list, sorry about that!

Mary Harding

Great earrings Diana. Love that fish vertebrae and am now very curious about that story.
I will surely be reading it.

Andrew Thornton

These earrings are AWESOME! I am a smitten kitten with them! I love how you've put together a collected, beachy look. The fish vertebrae are so unique and add a subtle reminder of death behind many fairy tales. Great job!

And thank you so much for participating! I know you had your own blog hop going and it's Halloween season... so I feel extra fortunate to have you play along! Thank you so much! (And did I mention how awesome those earrings are?)

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