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Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Versailles | This piece took quite a lot of time because of all the little parts ...

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Versailles | This piece took quite a lot of time because of all the little parts ...

Bouquets — NANCY SAAM FLOWERS

Bouquets — NANCY SAAM FLOWERS

Scrolled wrought iron candelabra with peonies, peonies and more peonies, Nancy Saam Flowers                                  Venue: Tendenza, Philadelphia                  Photo Credit: Hoffer Photography

Scrolled wrought iron candelabra with peonies, peonies and more peonies, Nancy Saam Flowers Venue: Tendenza, Philadelphia Photo Credit: Hoffer Photography

There are good days and there are bad days. Some days I feel strong and resilient, and others I feel broken. Healing is a journey, not a destination.

There are good days and there are bad days. Some days I feel strong and resilient, and others I feel broken. Healing is a journey, not a destination.

Curly willow and sunflowers used to disguise metal tent poles. Fall fund raiser for Williston Conservation, Nancy Saam Flowers

Curly willow and sunflowers used to disguise metal tent poles. Fall fund raiser for Williston Conservation, Nancy Saam Flowers

THAT BOW!!! Peonies and sweet peas, Nancy Saam Flowers. Photography by Joanne Bening.

THAT BOW!!! Peonies and sweet peas, Nancy Saam Flowers. Photography by Joanne Bening.

"Anzio, Italy! Holding an ancient Roman Helmet [possibly a Napoleonic era helmet] in one hand and his own 20th century head gear in the other, Capt. Frederick J. Saam, of Calumet, Mich., presents a contrast in two distant epochs of war which the antique town of Anzio has witnessed.” Anzio, Italy. 31 January 1944. (US Signal Corps photo, via National WWII Museum)

"Anzio, Italy! Holding an ancient Roman Helmet [possibly a Napoleonic era helmet] in one hand and his own 20th century head gear in the other, Capt. Frederick J. Saam, of Calumet, Mich., presents a contrast in two distant epochs of war which the antique town of Anzio has witnessed.” Anzio, Italy. 31 January 1944. (US Signal Corps photo, via National WWII Museum)

Hier is Marokkaanse hekelblok #4 se patroon

Hier is Marokkaanse hekelblok #4 se patroon

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