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    Cut-Out Santa Ornament

    ,,,soooo cold out!!! made something for the kids, print and cut out the Santa ornament front and back along the green line, glue stick the blank sides together, they should fit, i hope! Best Wishes
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    Lovely Santa! Very pleasing!
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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    Dear Wenkat, Thank You very much, hope you are having warm and pleasant weather where you are, Best Wishes!!

    Ps., Dear Wenkat, Viewed your "Eminations" web gallery,,, WOW!! soooo beautiful and amazing!!!! really liked them all, especially Jun, Girlfriend and Aug31, Wonderful work!!!
    Last edited by Lee; 12-15-2010 at 09:13 AM.

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    It's a most delicious Santa indeed! He must feel comfortable there with so much cold, since it must remind him of North Pole!
    Here it got colder too in these last couple of clear days, but still over freezing water (3 degrees, centigrades of course). There's a chance to have also some little snow spray this week, something unlikely most of the years here in Rome.
    On the mountains there's enough snow and the ski season started quite well, both on the Alps and on the Appennines close to Rome since a couple of weeks at least.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Dear Caesar, Thank You so much, now that you mention where you live,,,can't help but think of ,,,,one cold night long ago, maybe there was some snow, or a star to follow,, so all would know, on earth below, see the manger glow, the way of peace to follow,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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    This is a lovely project, very cold where we are too. Keep warm.

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    Lee, what a nice santa and a great project for the kids, it is cold everywhere, even here in North Carolina, it is usually about 60 degrees here in Dec and right now it is only 26 with wind chill of 10 degrees, not use to this////BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

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    Nice friendly Santa - not just for the kids - I'm putting one on our tree!

    Cold here too. At this precise moment it's -1.6C (29F) but recently has been down to -8C (17.6F) which is very cold for the south coast of UK.
    Good planets are hard to find - help look after ours.

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    Neat idea, and very well done!
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    Dear Barnburner, Thank You so much!!! Best Wishes!!!

    Dear Jono,,, Thank You, Enjoy! and BRRRR, stay warm!!! Best Wishes!!!

    Dear Pat and Jasmine,, Thank You Both very much!!! you both are south of us here in Pennslyvania and did hear on the news the freezing temps are all the way down to Miami!!! so much for global warming,, Stay warm, Best Wishes!!!

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