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MAY SWAP for Carol - 2012 -- L


MAY SWAP for Carol - 2012 -- L

I received beautiful pictures from Carol, who had taken some really wonderful flower pictures in her Botanical Garden. I wanted to find a way to include them all for her. So I extracted the flowers from her pictures and created a garden window for Carol to look out upon her own garden :) She mentions her childhood facination with the ants on the peonies -- so I put a couple in :)


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    Sweet! Great photo and such a good idea to put it in the window. I like the way the two layouts work together (you probably designed it that way). I think Carol will be thrilled.
    Oh my gosh! This is just beautiful. I love how you extracted the flowers and put them all in the window. That window is wonderful and the flowers look stunning behind it. Thanks for the ants. I love, love, love, love, it all.
    What a creative way to use so many flower photos! It's really beautiful!
    wonderful
    Jo, these are fantastic! I love the garden shed appearance. You did a great job extracting all of the flowers and arranging them, Especially the ones on the shelves. And, I love that the only tool in the shed is the camera. :)
    I think this is stunning. What a great job you have done with Carol's photos. I love, love, love the window sill frame and the extractions. The keys are such a great touch and I also like the iris on the sill. Lovely layout.
    Jo, this is great! The ants are on my peonies at this very moment helping them to open and blossom! Great extractions here and the building of this window ... you did a wonderful job on this LO!!
    I wish I had this gorgeous view outside my window! Great job on both of these!
    what a neat idea!
    What a beautiful and thoughtful layout. The extractions are flawless a beautifully arranged by you in this garden creation. I love how you created the 2 page spread and added her lovely journaling.