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Sunday, October 26, 2014



Good use for all those walnuts! We've had an abundance of acorns this year. I ended up using some as part of fall decorations for a senior saints luncheon at church. Love putting nature to good use. See you soon!



Hi Deb! Wow, that's a lot of walnuts. I think it's cool that Granny uses them to stain her baskets instead of those awful smelling stains from the store. Natural is always best. Love the look of her baskets, too. Hope you're all having a great week!


Didn't even know you could use walnuts for staining. Her baskets are amazing, so talented. Btw, love the blog!

Joanna D.

My grandmother who lives next door has a walnut tree (she used to have 2). Each year the kids and I pick up the walnuts off the ground and dispose of them for her. Ever since I saw the first post about how Granny makes her baskets I think of her as I pick up walnuts, and more walnuts, and more walnuts! Haha. I have wondered if I should save them for you all but I'm glad to hear you have some close by.


That's a lot of walnuts. Do you get to eat the nuts as well as use the shells? Or are the nuts no good?
Beautiful basket

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