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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Shake Your POM POMS Blog Hop

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Once upon a time...when I was in high school I was a member of a traveling ministry team. We would perform dramas, sing, dance a little bit of everything. When Madame Samm announced this hop my mind went back to those days instantly! In one of our dramas, we gave out warm fuzzies...[colorful pompoms saturated in LOVE]. Now if you have ever received a warm fuzzy you know that if you keep it and do not pass it along they turn into a cold prickly and no one ever wants to be left holding a cold prickly! The moral of this story, "come on people, smile on your brother everybody get together let us LOVE one another....".  

Back to the hop before I get totally lost down memory lane.

In the beginning.
These are the only pom pom makers our local store carried...I got both.
And instantly fell in LOVE with those tiny pom pom makers on the left!
 
A lamp to display my vintage spools of  thread complete with
pom poms which are an almost a perfect match to the wall color.
Pom poms are simple to make, even for 'little' hands.
All I can think about when I see these are the Who's down in Whoville, thank you Dr Seuss :)
These flowers are headed to the playhouse for some darling little children!
And last but not least, a bit more from the Who's living on the small clover flower and their friend Horton. I love the story Horton Hears a Who one of my very favorites of all time...how he bravely defends the Who's down in Whoville...I'm talking Love in action! :)


A new mug rug for my morning tea in the garden.

Here is the schedule for today....headed now to shake my pom poms!
April 25

Thanks for stopping by! 
May your day be filled with unexpected delights and warm fuzzies!
Happy Thursday!
with Love as always,
Beulah




60 comments:

  1. I love your flowers na dthe quote is wonderful!

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  2. Your flowers and mug rug are just lovely.

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  3. Love your Dr. Seuss mug rug, his stories are wonderful! Your lamp shade and flowers are also lovely. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Love your cute little mug rug! The lamp and flowers are great too!

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  5. Cute projects. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  6. Very cute, thanks forvsharing!

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  7. Love the warm fuzzy story. Might have to borrow the idea for my presentation at the Women of the Moose this year...nice mug rug!

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  8. Lots of "warm fuzzies" for the cute ideas you shared today.

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  9. Lovely projects. thanks for sharing.
    Frederika

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  10. Very cute mug rug. Love the lamp too!

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  11. Loved that Suessical puff of Hortons besides of course your other finishes, thanks for sharing.

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  12. I love the lamp and the vase with frizzled flowers! I wish you many happy morning teas in the garden, a great mug rug!

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  13. You're going to get many warm fuzzies today! Love your projects, especially the mug rug. thanks for sharing!

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  14. Thanks for the warm fuzzies! Your new mug rug is sew sweet. I am going to have to look for those tiny pom-pom makers. May you have a warm and fuzzy day ... :) Pat

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  15. The lamp is really very pretty... I have been wanting to make something similar and use an old glass light cover that was my hubby's grandmothers for the top.

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  16. Wow you enjoyed making these pom poms very nice!

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  17. Nice lamp! What a way to display those threads. Great use of the pom-poms

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  18. Beulah, I always enjoy your prose as much as your projects...and that lamp well I adore that...what a great idea to display welll anything in there...and the pom poms add that vintage look too...love it...your flowers well they are popping lol

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  19. Your pom poms are so nice. Thanks for sharing

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  20. I love all your projects lamp shade, flowers and mug rug. creative.

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  21. Great projects for the hop! Really love your mug rug and the bouquet of flowers. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Such a fun visit to your blog this morning and definitely a smile maker with your cheering, rhyming, and Whoville sweetness. Love it! Your pom pom creations are just lovely! :O)

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  23. Wonderful, wonderful. I love the tiny flower on the mug rug.

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  24. Love the mug rug and the lamp shade. I thought you were going to replace those gorgeous threads with pompoms so I was pleased that you left them in as I really think they are a feature.
    Thanks so much for sharing your pompom creations.

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  25. Hi!!! I love it when someone breaks into song!!! Even online it comes across!!!! Love your creations!!! Love love the mug rug and it's saying!!! Thanks for the fun!!!!

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  26. I felt the love even from here! Great job! The lamp looks lovely, too!

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  27. Fabulous!
    Until this hop I didn't know there was a gadget for making pom poms! I've always used a piece of cardboard!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  28. Glad to hear that those gadgets work so well. Cute projects and I especially like the lamp with the pom poms and spools of thread. Are you ever tempted to get one out to use?!!

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  29. Lovely, and what fun. YOU really know how to dress up a lamp, girl. I used to have one that contained some vintage sewing items as well but it went by the wayside when we moved south, with the contents removed.

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  30. Such a nice sewing lamp, with the thread inside and the pompoms outside. I like all your "who-ville" stuff too!

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  31. Great projects! I like the lamp trim with the display of threads and I too am a lover of all things Dr. Seuss. You mug rug is sweet.

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  32. I remember putting the pom poms on the lamp shades to decorate our bedrooms. Very cute and your mug rug is lovely too.

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  33. Love what you made- especialy putting the pompoms with the lamp! Have to try that for myself!

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  34. Those are great projects. Thanks for shareing them with us today. Super cute mug rug.

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  35. I lo, lo, love your post and mugrug. Horton was a wise creature wasn't he? :-) Member pom poms on the head liners of cars? Oh yeah baby, I'm that old! LOL!!

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  36. Love all your projects, the lamp especially. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Cute!!!!
    Love the lampshade!

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  38. Great ideas!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  39. Ooo - I really love that lamp with the thread spools inside!

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  40. Wow, warm fuzzies....haven't thought of them in years. We used to make the large pompom fuzzies on a long pieces of yarn for a "necklace" to wear. Then when you saw someone who needed cheering up, you took one of your pieces of yarn from your fuzzie and tied it to the other persons necklace.

    Love the lamp.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  41. Let's say.......HOORAH!!!!!....as our Marines roar!!...thanks for sharing!! A good life gives us great memories!!

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  42. Where do I begin... with all that creativity flowing. The lamp is adorable. The children at the playhouse are going to be in heaven with the flowers. They are certainly going to inspire them. The pom is the perfect addition to make the rose on the mug rug. What a way to end a blog hop day! Thanks for participating and loads of inspiration.

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  43. thanks sew much for sharing your warm fuzzes with us today.... sew many different ideas from such a simple little item.
    in stitches

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  44. Very cute. Great idea on the lamp....

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  45. For some reason, I feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  46. Thanks for the fun post. I loved your spool lamp and think the poms on the shade was perfect!

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  47. Thanks for passing on the warm fuzzies. I love the lamp trim. and who could resist such a great bouquet of flowers..

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  48. Love the lamp trim. Very nice.

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  49. I just adore your lamp! I've seen these filled with sea shells, but putting vintage thread spools in them is brilliant!

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  50. Great projects! I would love that bouquet of flowers in my play house!

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  51. Dr. Seuss is a favorite in my neck of the woods because he lived much of his life here. . I adore your mug rug!

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  52. How adorable! Gee, where were you when I was in school. I always got in trouble for thinking out of the box, LOL.

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