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November 09, 2008


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You are awezome I love your ideas

Luciana Scavuzzo

This is great!! Thanks!!!

arpita kashyap

where to buy colourful feathers. please kindly tell me.


Love this! Will be making one of these with my little one this weekend.


Great idea! I'm definitely going to try this one out. I love how easy it is to make. Thanks for sharing. (I still have to look through your blog some more but I've found some really wonderful ideas.


I love this! I'll have to find feathers, but I may just cut them out of foam and do it that way, though it won't look as fun.


Where I can buy different color feather? Thank you!


Oh that's a cool idea. Pegs are a great motivator for egg, so this would be great for him!Thanks Laura and Donna!


Oh I just LOVE it! The turkey just calls out for little hands! I've used the larger clothespins a lot and they rarely have a problem with it. Can't wait to hear about how they do with it!

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