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19 December 2008

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dottycookie

Got any donuts? How do they get the holes in those anyway?

You're a braver girl than me with that drill though ... you saw my attempts with a blowtorch, do you think I should attempt power tools next?

Laura VW

I love the bowl of baubles! We have a couple of bauble bowls on the go at our house - the added advantage being that I can move them out of reach of our cat every night. Yours are a very pretty, icy colourscheme.

April

very pretty!

April xx

Lesley

Ooooh I love drilling!!! At least I did until I met and married Mr Youcanonlyusethedrillifyoudoitproperly! I now have moments of furtive drilling when I know he won't notice.....

Ahem.

Fab tree!!

I can see some long coastal walks coming up this Christmas!

xxxx

kristina

Pillar drill? I still haven't mastered the hammer! K x

Rebecca

Oh lordy, I have scary picture of you in my head now, wearing Amy Butler lounge pants and wielding a long drill!!

Love the driftwood.

meg

amazing! amazing!

blackbird

Do you mean a drill press?
My husband has one of those and I've never been brave enough to use it, but your driftwood tree does inspire me...!

Megan

My head needs one.

Love your driftwood tree - seems very summery christmasey.

janet clare

Very nice tree and merry christmas!

Di

Love the tree! I had been planning on making a tree too but never quite got round to it - although I did get someone with a drill to make a hole in a piece of wood for my base - if only I'd know you could do it for me I would have asked.....

Diana

Oh I do love driftwood trees...and now you've mastered that, you can do some pebbles!

Kathryn

Great alternative tree! Love it and I've just added your blog to my favourites list.

Kristy

It looks so good. I haven't conquered any electrical tools yet.Must try.

Kitty

That's fabulous - what is it that's going up through the middle of those so beautifully drilled holes?

I guess you could turn 'ordinary' mints into Polos?

x

Deb

Ooh I like. Clever you!

frances

I've never seen a driftwood tree before, and I love it! I'm a bit scared of a drill, but one of these days I'm going to learn to use one--and then watch out!

Have a great weekend--frances

raina

This is wonderful. I love your tree. Just wanted to wish you a most merry Christmas and wonderful, joyous holidays. Hope 2009 full of splendid things.

painted fish studio

i love it! i will be collecting driftwood this summer, in hopes of making my own little tree. happy holidays!

joanna

drilling? your a nutter. Like the result

joanna

sorry that should have been you're not your

asnipofgoodness

I love that!!!!

Emma

Ooh, that's just up my street - lovely!

Claudia

I love drills and other power tools like that.
I have a small "collection" and every excuse is good to use the tools :)

Rebecca

I love this!

molly

this is gorgeous. I love it.

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