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September 23, 2008


Hi Andrea! I've been out-of-town and boy have I missed reading your blog:) So glad to be back...and just in time to try making some glittery gourds of my own. Thanks so much for sharing this idea!

Those are absolutey, aboslutely AMAZING!!

I love these! I just bought a couple of fake white pumpkins and was going to just do white glitter on the top (like the frost is on the pumpkin), but now I'll have to get more and make some like yours - too cute!

Pretty! Rachaelxo


They are so beautiful! ! I want one! I'd rather buy one than make one cause I don't have any of the fun stuff. Might you sell them at One Hundred Wishes? ? ? Ü

I predict a major increase in glass glitter sales at One Hundred Wishes. Simply gorgeous or is it "GOURDEOUS"...anyhoo I'm strolling over right now. One question, what craft store did you find your white gourds? I just bought some orange and brown ones at Michaels and painted them all cream.

Oh my goodness! I am visiting your blog for the first time and I'm in LOVE!! These gourds are just gorgeous! I am definitely going to try my hand at making these! Wonderful blog you have!!


Thanks for the quick project. I love it!

Incredibly beautiful! You make me want to run home and start gluing!

sweet, sweet...glitter is so magical isn't it?! xo

So cute! So simple! LOVE it! I just have to do this!!

Both gorgeous and festive at the same time! BELLISSIMA! ;) XO,Jenn
P.S. The lolli's arrived today! LOVE THEM!!! ((HUGS & THANK YOU!))
P.S.S. My order wants 6 more invites. I might need 6 more lolli's EEK! I'll let ya know. ;)

Beautiful, sparkly and easy, right up my alley. Great Job, Jamie

How festive!

They are so sweet and a perfect addition to a fall home... carrying you right from September to Thanksgiving. Can you imagine glittering large acorns in bronze and scattering them all together on a large ironstone platter? Oooh, I'm already plotting for a couple hostess gifts now. :D

Grazie mille! ~ a.

Wow!!! These turned out so pretty!
Mary Ann

They look great Andrea! Such a simple and cheap way to make something that looks very expensive!

Beautiful! If you are wondering where to get the gourds~ I bought small white gourds that look similar and they were only $1 each at the Walmart Floral section.

andrea, i found your blog, through god knows where i was when i found you!
i found your blog trully amazing, i can't stop saying oh! how pretty this is! (¡qué belleza! 'cause i think in spanish ;))
send you a big kiss, i will keep coming to delight myself
vivi from argentina

Those gourds are wonderful. I'm going to pick some up this week and get glittering. Thanks for the inspiration.

Those are beautiful, great job! :)

Quite simply I love this blog- Andrea I hope you realise how much happiness you give people. I have you in my favorites & when I'm down and had a long day I log on to see what you have been up to- and Hey presto its always something fantastic & beautiful. It makes me smile and "ooohh and ahhh" over what you have done.. Thank-you I love this blog.

These are just wonderful...I am not too much into the traditional Black and orange Halloween so this is perfect! Thanks for sharing Pinkie

Andrea, those are just to die for, thanks for sharing this trick.
i am in love with these, who doesn't love a little sparkle.

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