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Collection: Fantasy Florals
creepy crawly (251),
halloween fabrics (212),
floral stripes (33),
hand drawn nature (7),
baby boys and girls (5),
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This is gorgeous! Cute and creepy!
Posted 12 months ago.
Thank you very much for the fantastic comment on my whimsical creeping critters design, Jackie! Much appreciated!:-)
Posted over 1 year ago.
Delightful snails and floral design full of fun and whimsy.
Thank you kindly for your wonderful compliment, Gabriella!:-)
This is a beautiful design ! The snails with different colours and sizes are adorable, the colour palette with the lavander in the background is a dream and the flowers are wonderfully arranged !
Thank you for your lovely comment, Karen!:-)
Posted almost 2 years ago.
Rhonda-- This is beautiful. I love the detail and the colors!
Thank you very much for the wonderful comment, Marilyn!:-)
Rhonda, I haven't checked in on your work for a while, but this is one of most favorite!
Thank you very much for your wonderful comment, Sue! I just wish that the snails that are nightly visitors to my porch plants were as decorative and not the marauding munchers that enjoy gobbling my favourite plants!!!:-)
Posted about 2 years ago.
I just love the colors of this design-
It is so lovely, it is hard to believe they are snails!
I was thrilled to read your poetic praise, Deborah! Thank you very much for your kindness!:-)
Rhonda, you make snails look sweet and delicate. The snails look like pretty pearls on the plants' stems. Beautiful design.
Thank you for your thoughtful comment, Magenta Rose! Yes, those sneaky snails are cheeky chompers of my favourite plants!
Posted over 2 years ago.
Beautiful funkadelic design and I love the way that the snails sneakily go about their munching as the colours are so well coodinated and easy on the eye! The snails in my garden wreak havoc too! :)
Thank you very much for your observant comment, Cathy! Glad you noticed the little details that were dangling in the design!;-)
I enjoyed the case cocoon dangling from the leaf -- not your ordinary floral design.
Thank you very much for your wonderful comment, Susan! :-)
Posted almost 3 years ago.
I really love this design!
It is so elegant and whimsical at the same time
Thank you very much, Audra! Yes, those creeping critters just love to eat my pot plants! The coleus are the caterpillars favourite food! Successive generations of moths and butterflies return to this pleasant breeding spot! The silver lining on the caterpillar cloud is that I was inspired by their marauding habits to create this pretty design! ;-o)
Those critters are s bad but so cute!
Thank you very much for your sweet comment, Charlotte!
Posted about 3 years ago.
This is such a beautiful creative design. I love it.
Thank you for the wonderful comment, Penny!
Posted over 3 years ago.
Love your snails they are so adorable Rhonda
Thank you, Grace! It is so sweet of you to say so! :-)
Posted almost 4 years ago.
Lovely! Your creeping critters look adorable!
Thank you very much for the nice comment, Kim! :-)
This is such a sweet design! Perfect for garden accessories.
Thank you very much, Patty! Your kind and thoughtful comments are much appreciated! :-)
I just love your illustration style. (The snails are my favorite.)
And your color palette is gorgeous! Great Job!
Thank you very much, Carina! I'm thrilled to read that you think my creeping menaces are adorable and cute! :-)
so adorable Rhonda!!! not creepy at all :D, really cute!!!!
Thank you very much for the lovely, supportive comments, Helene, Victoria and Barbara! I am glad you think my design is appealing! I have been having an ongoing battle with snails and caterpillars because their voracious appetites have decimated my garden plants. Why don't they just eat the weeds instead? Blue-tongue lizards and water skinks are much more welcome garden residents because they like to munch on the slimy creepy crawlies!
Naw, this isn't creepy. It's charming. I love it, Rhonda.
This is almost too pretty to be creepy.
Really lovely design Rhonda, so sweet colorsâ€¦a really poetic way of treating this "frightening" theme!! :-)) I hope your snails reach the top 10 before contest's ending! :-))
Thank you very much for your sweet comment, Melanie! :-)
This is lovely, Rhonda!
Thank you very much Christine, Katarina, Kris, Kelly and Lee! I really appreciate your kind and supportive comments!
Love this design Rhonda, good luck with the Creepy Crawlies comp.
Very pretty, I love the color choice too!
who knew critters could be so cute! Great Collection Rhonda :)
Such a lovely design Rhonda!!!Those little plant pirates are just the cutest:)
Lovely little creeping critters. So cute, Rhonda!
Thank you very much, De-ann, Cathie and Sheila! Reading your sweet comments has brightened my morning!
These are my kind of creepy crawlies! CUTE! Love your work, as always :)
Love this! Great colors and arrangement.
A wonderful design, Rhonda. I love the movement in the design. I also think the story adds to the enjoyment. Well done in creating something beautiful from something so creepy and crawly.
Thank you very much for the kind compliments, Terese!
This is stunning Rhonda. The snails are so cute. The pattern is appealing to look at in any fabric length. Your colours blend so well together. Oh to have such beautifully coloured snails. Just adorable...T
Thank you very much, Su and Isabella! I really appreciate the wonderful comments!
Just lovely, Rhonda - and you don't know how surprised I am to find myself saying that about snails and caterpillars but yours are so pretty! I really like how you've taken this theme (and an unappealing aspect of gardening) and made a design that is as beautiful as any garden can hope to be. Fantastic work!
Oh lovely Rhonda - I love the way you've made the snails all different colors and sizes - and it that furry catarpillas I see hanging off some of the leaves? A very nice addition to the collection, and looks like you've hit a gardening nerve from the comments!
Thank you very much, Jana! I am so glad that you like my design!
This is a lovely and fun design Rhonda! I meet many of these critters in my herb garden from time to time. Seriously though, the colors and textures are beautiful. This is a great addition to your collection.
Thank you very much, Robyn, Tara and John and Julie! I really appreciate your lovely comments!:-) Robyn, your mention of green ants brought back a very painful memory. I once had the mischance to bump against a hibiscus shrub where these nasty ants had a nest. A branch load fell down my back, on the inside of my clothes! The pain was instant and excruciating! I have never moved so fast to get inside the house and rip my shirt off! Fortunately first aid with a sting relief lotion and anti-histamines did work to relieve the worst of the effects.
A beautiful and elegant design, you have made those little snails look so sweet and innocent.
This is so pretty Rhonda! I love the lavender background.
Plant pirates! Teeheehee! We don't have snails and slugs here but we have these really pretty ants called green ants - lots of people love them but I can't stand them because they build nests in leaves and stick all the leaves together then swarm when you water the plants (and bite!). They also LOVE eggplants - I didn't get a single fruit off my bush this year :-( But gardening stories aside, fab design Rhonda, looks wonderful and just so clever to coordinate it with your other two coordinates!
Thank you so much for your supportive comment, Janiece! It is so disappointing to see lovely garden plants destroyed overnight by these plant pirates! One of the reasons these munchers have so much fun in my garden is that I am revolted by the thought of touching and squishing them! :-)
Thank you very much, Ottomanbrim! :-)
Thank you so much for the wonderful comments, Shirley, Claire, Sannie, Angela, Sue Ellen, Victoria and Sharon! It seems as though You can all relate to the story of these tiny munching jaws! :-)
Another great design for your collection!! Lovely!
Again you guys are going to make me look like the creepiest person alive with your great entries. I also feel the pain. One year I found these huge and lovely green caterpillars had chopped down all my tomato plants right when they were big and full of blossoms. Had a big garden that year and it was so disgusting having to turn over every leaf to find them and then to having to squish them. Another year it was Japanese beetles in my string beans.
Better on your lovely fabric, than on my garden plants! I like the way you've meshed the theme with your collections-in-progress.
Rhonda, this is a great addition to your collection and every garden can relate to these pesky bugs!
Beautiful design. Love the story :) Very recognizable. Those guys can really destroy you're plants.
This is gorgeous Rhonda, and what a sweet addition to this collection too :) x
The little story that went with this design made me fall in love with it- simply lovely and very effective.
Thank you, Vo! It sounds like you have recently had similar sad garden experiences to mine! Snails and caterpillars are NOT among my favourite creatures at the moment. I had two flourishing Coleus plants flanking my front door. Now I have one brave stalk and one bedraggled, bug gobbled plant standing sentinel!
Thank you for your kind comment, Carmen!
Great story in this design. Recently we had a plant totally destroyed by pretty gulf fertillary caterpillars!
adorable! very nice addiction to your beautiful collection!
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