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all dressed up....

Posted by indigosunshine z4 west WI (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 21, 14 at 19:05

I am rather fearless, or what some call foolish, when it comes to accessorizing my garden. Almost anything goes. I like to put inside stuff outdoors. I'm attracted to color, lots of color. My challenge is to put the brakes on some of the junk because I don't want to cross over to tacky (of course the definition of "tacky" is very subjective!). I know some think that I have already crossed that line. Fortunately my husband Tim is on board with allowing our yard to be my creative canvas! Every year it changes because junk falls apart, plants get moved or some die, I find something new, etc. I can hardly wait until gardening time comes! Carol


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Love the blue dress with the old car!! Now....as long as you don't put any baby doll heads about, you're doing great!


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I love it..a flapper style dress and bonnie and clyde car!


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Looks great. That blue dress really stands out. A nice plant tucked away in the trunk would look great too. Just saying......my 2 cents worth!


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I love it but I think a guy in tux should be on other side of the car or at least a pinstriped suit!! She's too classy to stand there getting "stood up" ! Does she have a chickenwire frame?? Jan


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Wow what a scene! That blue is a beautiful contrast.
Kathy


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Love, love, love It !


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