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23 March 2019


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Bonjour. You’re up early!
My favorite flower is violette, and my lawn is covered. When I open the kitchen door, the fragrance comes right into the house. I’m going to make a batch of sugared violettes today, which is why I to, am up early. Bon Dimanche

I love bits and pieces! How I would love to get my hands on one of your “scrap jars”!

I didn't see this post YES I DO-jars like you....well used candle jars I have metal collections, paper, religious and bits and bobs-anything that strikes my fancy to keep-I do not have scrapbooks-but I do have junk drawers-1 like a catch all-

Favorite flower is Lilac. Have several varieties growing along my driveway and each day as I leave or come home I bathe in their lovely scent. Love the idea of scrap jars. Never thought of it. Will be creating some of my own. Thank you for the great idea!

I love the jar idea. I think I need to gather my scraps and put them in a jar.

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