The garden room....
Sunday, December 18, 2016
The garden room....
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Fabulous dessert inspired from Pinterest.
From left to right is Addie, 90 years young, Sherry, Nita, who gave our program and our hostess, Gail.
Because we were having a wreath making workshop and our club is so large, tables were set up in Gail's garage. And Gail's garage is VERY NICE.
I am the first on on the left followed by Peggy, Bonnie, and one of our charter members, Frances, also ninety years young. A great program by Nita on wreath making and creating centerpieces was enjoyed by all the members.
bluebirds (4) Bridal Coffee (3) camellias (8) Christmas (17) Christmas Decorating (3) Cloches (3) Easter (4) England (3) Fall (9) featured (5) food for bridal parties (2) France (4) Gardens (10) Hydrangeas (11) Italy (6) Memorial Day (3) Paris (5) Provence (4) recipes (2) Spring flowers (6) St. George Island (2) stained glass windows (2) Statuary (5) tablescape (14) Travel (9) Valentine decor (3) Wedding china (3)
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