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'Spring' flower

Posted by concretenprimroses 4B NH (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 12, 12 at 7:40

My friend Susan made a bunch of these to sell at the craft show in another friend's home that we had in December.

I bought one for my garden and just photo'd it in the snow this morning. Its not actually springs but we think the things that used to be on stove doors to disapate the heat. Any other thoughts? I just love it as a floweer.

Kathy


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Kathy, That makes a very pretty flower. I like it. Did they sell well? I am always amazed at what people come up with for their gardens.

Marylee


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Haha, like it!
They do look like heat dissipators. What's the center? It looks like a piece of wood.


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Looks beautiful in the snow, crete! Heavy duty, as well, for Winter! TFS! Jeanne S. (Winter is here in IA today, too...snow cover!)


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How Cute! Guess I'm getting Spring fever!lol!


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I should have said stove door handles. Yeah she sold 4 or 5. It is a section of branch that she cut in her yard.
Kathy


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cute!!


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They make perfect petals! Love the way it looks in the snow!! Glad you bought 1 & you will remember your Dec. sale every time you look at it, so has memories for you,to go along with it's good looks! Jan


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I like that!!!!!


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Great idea! Looks pretty cold in your garden though! They make perfect petals.


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Some people have such wonderful creativity. I'm trying to teach myself to think outside the box.

http://daydreamsdustbunnies.blogspot.com/


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Great piece!!


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crete...that would be a great flower on my 'Barnwood Blooms', too! Don't ya think! Thanks...now I'll keep an eye out for this type of GJ! Jeanne S.


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It would be an awesome barnyard bloom. In fact I was thinking maybe I should move it (once the ground unfreezes) to a spot where it had more of a background to show it off.
Kathy


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