This is the one completed side. You can see a bit of the forsythia I made from scratch from the other side of the fence.
This shows my tulips close up. The first tulips I made I forgot to make the centers black, so you see those here. I've since corrected that error in my later tulips. The daisies were from a swap with Ira and the lilies were from a swap with Kim . The Hyacinths are also made by me. They were my first try at a flower from scratch, no kit.
The lilies and daffodils were from a swap with Kim. I just love the daffodils, it's a flower that I would love to attempt to make myself, but it looks a little more complicated. Kim doesn't have a blog that I am aware of, otherwise I would provide the link.
The pansies were from a swap with Monica, aren't they wonderful! The rest are ready made flowers, and bits of full size artificial flowers that I have taken small sprigs. I still have to add some "mulch" at the end of the flower bed, I can see it's missing in the picture. Photos help to see so much that you don't see with the naked eye.
I love the morning glory wrapped around the corner of the fence, it was a purchased item made from clay. You can see my tulips and hyacinths peeping out on both sides.
As of today I have over 200 followers, which absolutely amazes this absentee blogger. I cannot expressed my gratitude in your interest in my ramblings about my mini adventures. I'm going to go through my mini collection and see what I can offer up as a thank you draw for your interest. Stay tune, I'll be back in a day or so with a draw. Once again, thank you to all the people who take the time to follow my blog. I know I learn so much from fellow bloggers, and I hope that I helping someone else in return.
Also thank you to the followers who have been leaving the kind comments on my past postings. This encouragement is helping me to go back to my workroom each day.
Until next time...........