In the comment section of my previous post, I was shamefully and wrongfully accused of waxing too poetic lately. So for this post, to counteract the Emily Dickinson in me, I am merely going to show some images of the pomanders I made for my flower girls, and the Bouquet of Mostly Berries I made with my leftover supplies and surplus motivation.

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I'm Camille. I have a butt-chin. I live in Canada. I was born in Arizona. I like Diet Dr. Pepper. Hello. You can find me on Twitter @archiveslives, Facebook at facebook.com/archivesofourlives, instagram at ArchivesLives, and elsewhere.
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9 Responses to {Crafty?}

  1. Raygon says:

    those are beautiful camille! youve got some talent! just disregard andys comments….you know we both love you! your colors are so great.

  2. Melenie says:

    Lovely… just lovely! I love the colors! And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with being poetic. In fact, it’s part of your charm. =)

  3. Anonymous says:

    The more I see these the more I love them. I think I’ll make some for my house.

  4. Andy says:

    Whew. Good recovery. Poetry to flowers is a brutal rebuttal. Considered me rebutted. By the way, is your next post going to be about chocolate, because I see kind of a trend…

  5. lindser-lou says:

    camille, you have just succesfully added yourself to my “list of people that are so amazing and talented; i kind of hate them”…..

    and honestly, i havent even looked thru the red bucket…so i had no idea that the ink pad wasn’t in there! I havent scrapbooked since i came over to your house, so i had no idea anything was missing.

    and i’m so sorry for not calling you back…i listened to your message on my way to work and totally forgot to call you back once i got there!!!
    But dont worry, i am not mad! In fact, we need to have a scrapbook night…or better yet, a Grey’s Anatomy kick-off party. (i dont have cable, otherwise i’d offer to have it at my house…but i’m completely prepared to dress up in scrubs for the event!)

  6. Geneva says:

    Love it! I absolutely love it. It is worthy of heather’s blogs. wonderful pics too!

  7. afton says:

    you are beautiful for making such beautiful things!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Your talents are never ending. They are beautiful! ~A (still foldin’ the seafood)

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