Wednesday, February 11, 2009

A Grotto for Our Lady


A few friends will be arriving shortly to celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, and I still need to bake some muffins... But, I just had to jump online real quick and post a picture of our Fruity Pebbles Grotto with you all! Didn't it turn out cute?! We had so much fun putting it together!


I hope you are all having a very blessed feast of Our Lady of Lourdes!

8 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! That is too cute!! I like all your little wooden saints, too.

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  2. Hi Dear Family!

    I just found your blog and I love it!!! I was nanny for one year at Berkeley and I just miss "my" babies a lot... and now I am in Brasil, far away and I work to and for the families. Your blog is great! So lovely, so human!!! Thank you for fiding time - how can you do!!! - to do that. I fell so lasy now!!

    God bless you! I will come here always now.

    Happy Feast of Our Lady!!

    Julie Maria
    pd: my spiritual director is irish!! He is wonderful priest and monk!

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  3. That is so cute! It looks yummy, too!

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  4. Oh it is so cute! And Mary turned out great as well. I'm going to ask again: How tall are your wooden saints?

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  5. Sara ~ I am sorry! I must have missed your question... The Wooden Dolls I've used are: 7/8"x2 3/8". I purchased them from "A Child's Dream Come True."

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  6. Julie Maria ~ Thank you for visiting. It is nice to meet you!

    Thank you everyone for all the comments!! The grotto really was a lot of fun to make and did turn out cute. I was sad to see it get eaten! =)

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