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Post  countrynaturals 12/14/2019, 3:14 pm

Kelejan wrote:
I have started to make UNIQUE HAND-MADE SCRATCH PAPER. Suitable for shopping lists, telephone notes etc.
I love this! Are you doing anything handmade this year?

I took last year off, but this year I'm painting rocks, again.

The other day I was starting a fire, and found a piece of bark with a hole in it. That inspired me to paint a raccoon on a rock to put behind the hole. This will be for our son.
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Our granddaughter loves sloths, so I'm painting this one for her. (Work in progress.)
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This is a bird pic from the balcony, for our daughter.
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Post  countrynaturals 12/14/2019, 3:18 pm

Next year, I want to grow these tiny tomatoes inside and give them as gifts. Wouldn't that be kewl if we can time it right to have fruit on them for Christmas?

Tiny Tomsto Plant
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Post  sanderson 12/16/2019, 7:05 pm

countrynaturals wrote:Next year, I want to grow these tiny tomatoes inside and give them as gifts. Wouldn't that be kewl if we can time it right to have fruit on them for Christmas?

Tiny Tomsto Plant
How cute is that plant!! Love your rock paintings.

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Post  Kelejan 12/16/2019, 9:25 pm

Country Naturals, regarding the Handcrafted Scratch Paper, I have done some refills during the year and they are all ready. Other home mades are canned peaches, apples, plums etc. and various soups.  And dried apples and pears.

Other gifts will be certain things I will not be able to take to England due to the cost.
For gardening friends there will be bags of home made compost, and seed packets  from a batch of 25 year survival seeds that I will not be able to take with me.  I could try and take them through customs but I feel they will be disallowed, even though they are in a sealed tin.
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Post  countrynaturals 12/19/2019, 3:14 pm

Kelejan wrote:Country Naturals, regarding the Handcrafted Scratch Paper, I have done some refills during the year and they are all ready. Other home mades are canned peaches, apples, plums etc. and various soups.  And dried apples and pears.
OOoo, I want to be on your Christmas gift list. I love you

I started sunflower greens today for the cat lovers on my list. The instructions say I need 7 days to get them "marketable" and it's only 6 days until Christmas, but, fingers crossed, they'll be good enough. idk Maybe the family that doesn't have cats will like them for salads. They're very health-conscious.
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YEE-HAH! I found one:
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Post  countrynaturals 4/24/2020, 3:14 pm

countrynaturals wrote:Next year, I want to grow these tiny tomatoes inside and give them as gifts. Wouldn't that be kewl if we can time it right to have fruit on them for Christmas?

Tiny Tomato Plant
(The Baker Creek site is down right now, but these are Orange Hat tomatoes.)

I wanted to try these out first, to get the timing down, and make sure they're really as cute as they look in the ad. So far, so good. They're really bushy. They're also double. I don't know if I did that by accident or they're supposed to grow this way.

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