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Pumpkin and coconut milk for the fall.

Discussion in 'The Photo Gallery' started by SunRiseArts, Jul 25, 2018.

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  1. Jul 25, 2018 #1

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    These are gorgeous, Maria. And the turkey is just so adorable.
     
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    :dance:Thank you!
     
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    Perfect fall colors!
     
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    My Dragon's Blood Easter Eggs, which I have re-named 'Dragon's Egg Soap', would go quite well with your fall themed soaps and your little turkey dude. I just realized this last night when I was polishing them up for a photo at the table with a fall-theme table covering that used to belong to my MIL. The pastels that I started with are really deeply jeweled fall shades now. Sort of like Mr. Turkey there. The fall colors are starting to grow on me.
     
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