Christmas changeover

The illuminations of the Christmas tree
We carried a tree and wound illuminations.

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Basket Christmas tree

I knit a branch in a wire frame and planted it. I wound illuminations around this.

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The making of huge lease
Lauren prepared the branch which we cut for a lease.

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Potting Shed

It is the studio where the Christmas mood is sublimed into.

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It is a lease with full of the volume.

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The making of ornament

It is a penguin to make with a nature material. I performed stack coating of the bamboo grass of the feather.

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Pretty♡

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I cut a feather, wear a wire, am completion!

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I used a wire on many color balls.

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 Protea  (South African)
We cut it and grew and made a line.

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The Christmas tree using the nut is various. Fun!

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Christmas changeover day

All the members meeting! We changed it in three days.

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We wore a safety glass and replaced it and worked.
It is changes from the display of the chrysanthemum to Christmas.

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Electric construction

16Compost collection of the plant & soil.

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We plowed the soil and performed planting of a tree.

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They prepared for a huge Christmas tree.

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He pruned the Christmas tree with a heavy industrial machine.

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Parting

We did a chrysanthemum and the parting that we made.

21We dismantled many chrysanthemums.

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Christmas display

It is a big tree of the poinsettias. (Euphorbia pulcherrima)

25We did planting.

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First snow fell and was piled up.

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The making of cake

We had them tell how to make to Kristin(Professional Gardiner).

Cookie and pumpkin bread!

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Thank you very much, Kristin!

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Snow operation
We were holidays of the Thanksgiving Day, but were the snow shoveling turn! We canceled a good sweat by a meeting at 5:30 of the morning.

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Thanksgiving Day

We had the dish of a traditional Thanksgiving Day at Madam‘s house of the garden club.

Thank you very much, Master and Mistress!

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Brian(Professional Gardiner) cooked a dish in a Thanksgiving Day, too.

Thank you very much, Brian!

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And I give thanks to all people who are taken care of!

 

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