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Topic: Passover Themed Ornaments- PIC HEAVY  (Read 1531 times)
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« Reply #10 on: April 12, 2008 09:36:11 AM »

OMG, Kish, these are amazing! I love, love, love the lice  Cheesy Who knew lice were so adorable?  Grin Also, what a good idea to make darkness a black cube!

You seriously have the patience of a saint. Impressed as always! I can't wait to see what you make next.

mr.kishcrafts looked at the lice and said..."a happy face???" LOL
I did a bunch of research online to get the right ideas for the ornaments. There are a few kids toy plushies that can be used to explain Passover and one of them was a blak cube. I asked her if this would be ok for her and she liked the idea. I mean come on, how else would one put "darkness" into a tangible form? Tongue

thanks for the nice comments quilted!
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