Jan 23, 2017

AC Invitation


sticks to start fires

(box was a dresser drawer I found at the dump, painted it and now it holds my kindling)


some nests are made of sticks


many sticks are hosts for fungi


sticks made by beavers
found on the river shore


big sticks for fencing
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I have chosen: sticks

I hope to have inspired ideas with these images

 (any thing welcome: 
photos, drawings, recipes, poetry, furniture etc.)

all are welcome to join in
simply leave a comment below letting me know you will post something this coming weekend

January 27th-29th 

and 
I will add your name and link
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30 comments:

  1. What a wide field of sticks, dear Tammie, you show us here. Thank you for your kind invitation!
    I am in :-)
    Love, Ariane. Rose

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    1. So glad you will be joining in dear Ariane.

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  2. nothing comes to mind when I hear 'stick', will think on this and see if anything comes up

    have a lovely day.

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    1. I hope you get inspired. It would be nice to have your company.

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  3. Wonderful! I love your sicks-mystic!

    The box for your oven-sticks fits to Tammie!

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    1. thank you Dori
      i enjoy that box
      so glad it did not get thrown out

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  4. Bonjour chère amie,

    Une très jolie boîte à bois ...
    Merci pour le partage de vos belles photos... la nature est si belle.

    Gros bisous 🌺

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    1. thank you for your lovely note Martine

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  5. Dear Tammie,
    thank you for your invitation.
    Please count me in for the "sticks" theme.
    ♥ Sabine

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  6. It's filled with nature's beauty everywhere here, but how I love those snowflakes in the post below, the fairy crown is so enchanting! I bet you are getting through all your wood and sticks to keep warm now! Always magical round here!

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    1. Yes, nature's beauty, hard to ignore it.
      Thank you for enjoying.

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  7. yes, please.
    thank you.
    n♥

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  8. What a magnificent stick box, and I love your kindling. There is something wonderful about wood sticks (and these wonderful purple and other-coloured stones too).

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    1. thank you so much Sheila.
      I agree, sticks are wonderful.

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  9. sticks - interesting!
    I am in, please!
    x Stefanie

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  10. love the repurposed drawer and your painting on it!

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    1. Thank you, it was nice solid wood and i knew i could use it for something. Fun to have a painting on it.

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  11. Yes, I'm in! I like all the sticks you show here, Tammie, and especially your kindling box! Thanks for inviting me.

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    1. Great, see you this weekend.
      thanks for enjoying the box!

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  12. I will never look at sticks the same way! Love the box painting.

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  13. Thanks for your invitation Tammie. I'm in.- eric

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  14. Tammie, your kindling sticks are so ordered and beautiful...
    I think I'd be painting them!
    Happy weekend!
    Ruby

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    1. Hi Ruby,
      The sticks are from a bee box making company. They are scraps that are not good enough for the boxes. It is wonderful to have them!
      Happy Weekend to you too!

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  15. I am sorry Tammie, but i came very late to say Yes. Anyway this week end i will try to do my post on my blog. Have a beautifull week end! :)

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  16. love, love, love your drawer Tammie.....and once again you have me drooling with the images of your ''outdoors''. Today my ''outdoors'' is wet, grey and cold.

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  17. Ha Tammie
    leuke ideeën geef  je hier...........
    bijzonder de lade geschilderd,handig met het aan maak hout

    groetjes Christiene.

    Ha Tammie
    great ideas you give here ...........
    particularly painted the drawer, handed it off to make wood

    Greetings Christiene.

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  18. Visiting from Dori..your kindling box is wonderful...what a great way to extend the life of something simple.

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So lovely of you to drop by! I love hearing from you~