Monday, March 24, 2014

I Made This Monday!

Jamie Riddler at Jamie Riddler Studios has invited us to share something we made this last week.  A week ago it was so warm, and I went to a Spring open house at a local nursery and was so inspired by the displays.  I decided to make my own succulent garden.  It is now back near freezing, so I hope it is happy inside until warmer temps return.  I couldn't resist making this a cozy home for the little hedgehog.

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  1. Looks great. Love the hedgehog as well. My plants are all crowded into the sunroom until the outside temps stop taking a dive every few days. Can't wait for spring so I can put them outside once again.

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  2. That is beautiful! Is he little hedgehog real?

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    1. No, GraceGal, he is not real. He and the leaf are all one piece. When I bought him, I thought he was setting on a real leaf. Very realistic looking.

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  3. Susie, that is so beautiful! I love how the little hedgehog found a home in there too.

    You know, one of the things I love about blogging is not only do we do something creative but then we also photograph it and write about it - three creative acts in one!

    Thanks so much for being a part of the very first every I Made This Monday!

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  4. Oooh, I love succulents-they look so magical and artsy! Plus pebbles, pine cones and moss...hmmm...I think you would love it here in the Pacific Northwest! Very lovely, thanks for sharing!

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  5. I love your little meditation garden and your photography your little plants look like people...

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  6. Don't know if spring will ever arrive - but you have a lovely green garden to delight you.

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