2010 Bee Holiday Ornament Exchange, Part 7

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We made it to our final post of the 2010 Bee Holiday Ornament Exchange!

eggplant to Eggplant_to_Pashmina

Eggplant_to_Pashmina


bunny to Bunny2flamingo-5755

Bunny2flamingo-5755

penguin to emeraldnew

P1020849

octopus to DSC01795

DSC01795

labrador to barrettes

ornamentlabtobarrettes

dewdrop to powderpuff

powder puff ornament

avocado to lemon

avocadotolemon

turtle to DSC_0455

DSC_0455

snowpea to mspaisley

photo

mouse to mouseCP

mouseCP

beagle to bee_ornament

bee_ornament

trailmix to Randoms-066

Randoms-066

‘Til next year! :)

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Mrs. Penguin

Location:
Northern California
Wedding Date:
June 2008

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    Coffeecake 347 posts, Helper bee @ 4:56 pm

    Mrs. Avocado, how did you get that lemon slice so clear? Is it candied or just dried? I love all of these! Merry Christmas everyone!

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    Miss Sydney 749 posts, Busy bee @ 10:38 pm

    Wow – these have been great! Such creative bees!

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    mrspaetz 3812 posts, Honey bee @ 1:50 am

    wow that poodle ornament is phenomenal! in Mrs Poodle’s wedding colors no less! :D

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    jordynrose 6351 posts, Bee Keeper @ 11:28 am

    Love the little Bee in her scarf!

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    JoyfulBee 167 posts, Blushing bee @ 2:26 am

    I just have to say that the hippo is my absolute favorite. :x

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    msbuttons 5014 posts, Bee Keeper @ 8:43 am

    Awwww the bee wearing a pashmina/scarf is just too cute!

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    kayakgirl73 2593 posts, Sugar bee @ 12:22 pm

    So cute.

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    avocado 1538 posts, Bumble bee @ 1:18 am

    @Coffeecake: I sliced up a lemon and cooked it at 250 degrees for a few hours. Very easy (and inexpensive too!) I got the idea from the Whole Foods website.

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