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Gnomeo and Juliet

Posted by goldenpond Vero.Beach FL 9b (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 12, 11 at 19:33

A fun must see with gnomes, mushrooms,pink flamingos and such.
Took the 13 year old grandson. CUTE!


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I'm missing something.


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goldenpond and r murray - I was missing something. too. Until I remembered that Gnomeo and Juliet is a movie. - Marylee


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It is a fun animated movie set in garden with two gnomes of different color hats who are in love, I enjoyed seeing the garden art and pretty flowers even if they were cartoonish!
Someone once wrote in about not being able to find young female gnomes,I still haven't found ANY female gnomes.Hoping that the movie will bring them out in stores. And HEY ,if they start giving away little gnomes with Happy meals I am eating at McDonalds!
tanya


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I so want to go see that movie too!
Love, Jules


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I really want to see it too. Dh not so enthusiastic.
I want to try to make my own gnomes. I really don't know how. I suppose one could buy a mold and make them out of concrete. If I was really crazy I would make one out of clay then make a mold from it myself. There are tutorials on making molds out of .... drum roll... silicone!
Kathy


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I love my cement gnome stepping stones! I used a plastic tray in the shape of a christmas elf. I have 15 gnomes that live under my hosta leaves, ceramic picked up at garage sales..I never thought about it, they are all men...


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