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Hey Tracy! Yet another great project from a great teacher! Thanks so much!

For some reason the flowers are showing up blue, but they're actually purple!

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Lyn you did a Fantastic job!!

I love it! You all did GREAT!! I am so proud of you  ;)

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AWWW Shucks Tracy ;) you made my day and I was even late to class too. Your step by step pictures are great!! I love everyones flower boarders there all awesome :p

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Nutti, Lyn and Susanne your flower borders are gorgeous darlings!!

Nutti, I love your fountain!

Lyn, for your first project you did awesome!

Susanne, I absolutely love all your flowers, especially the pink ones. The kitty and flower pots are way cool!

Burnt finger count: Nutti - 3, Lyn - 1 ;)

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Wow! I like how they're all different too! Outstanding job everyone, and your flower borders are beautiful!

I wanted to sit in on the class, but came home sick and went to bed. Just now got up, and going back to bed soon. In case you wondered where I was ...

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sarrkmmm, You did a Awesome Job!! Thanks so much for joining in with us!!

Now the two people who could not get things to work, please send me a PM. I'll help you out on what you missed.

;)

Linda, I hope youfeel better soon.

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Sarrkmmm -

Your garden is very nice ... like the toys and the grassy area.

It's amazing how everyone's garden is so unique.

Attached is a photo of the finished garden where I'd wanted to situate a border.

Susanne

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It was really a great class and I enjoyed every second of it. Here's pics of mine. The owner of the Lily is wild about wildflowers and has always wanted a wild, overgrown garden with lots of purple flowers and a gazing ball. So now she has one. <pausing> And her email reply just came back from the picture I sent her and she's happy dancing. ;)

Tracy, thanks again for holding the class and sharing your expertise with us.

Deb

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You all did such a wonderful job! I am so Proud of you all!!!

They are all so different and so traquil to look at!! Thank you all for taking the class with me. I am humbled once again by how creative youall got. They are truly works of art!!

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Okay, well, here's mine. A little different... I didn't have any clay flowers but I did manage to scrounge up some small white daisies and hyacinth-looking thingy's. I need to add some stones and a little turtle on the log. I know the daisies aren't to scale, just pretend that they are white sunflowers. ;)

Yours all look so elegant! Very impressive. I like the little flocked deer, and Susanne's cat. Oh, so many beautiful pictures!!!

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By the way, this reminds me of the upcoming Philadelphia Flower Show. Has anyone here competed in the Miniature Settings class? I thought about it, but realized that I couldn't tend to the tiny plants - I'd have to drive in every morning to freshen or replace them. Has anyone seen this? Absolutely amazing. You have to do a large diorama in 1" scale, with at least six different species of live plants... to scale! I'm going to the show next week... I'll post pix.

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