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Everyone knows about the tiny Lilliputians, but who remembers the giant folk from Brobdingnag? Well, if I were Gulliver, this is what a walk in the g
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lol Oh, I know, khowardquilts! Doesn't that just make you crazy? It's nice to know I'm in good company.:-)
Posted over 5 years ago.
This is lovely.
I know all about picking the wrong design to enter. I thought my original clown design was too plain, so I did another. The trouble with that was the design wasn't quickly recognizable as clowns and jester. The story nature of the other would have been better.
Thanks gracedesign, faratiana and fabricsbythelady! The funny thing is I came up with 2 designs for the Spoonflower large botanical palette...and entered the 'wrong' one! I've been getting a much more positive response for this one as opposed to How Does Your Garden Grow. Oh, well, live and learn - that's why I so appreciate when folks leave comments. Thanks for taking the time.:-)
Amazing colors! So vibrant.
Really nice :)
i like these beautiful & bold flowers!
lol! LOVE your strategy, lulakiti! Unfortunately, seven year olds are a bit thin on the ground in my house.:-)
If there is any question, I usually let my daughter pick - but she is 7 and that doesn't generally work in my favor. :)
Thanks guys! I'm a bit bemused - every time I make more than one design for a contest, I always seem to pick the *wrong* one to enter. (My retro space fabric comes to mind. Luckily, it's been selling, but did I enter it in the robot contest? Noooo....*sigh*) How do you all decide which of your designs to enter into the contests? (I'm not grousing..really. I'm just eager to learn and you are all so supportive I figured I'd ask.) Thank you!
Oh wow... really gorgeous!
I've often looked at the ants and other busy insects scuttling and flitting so busily about their industrial garden complex, and wondered about the relative size of everything to their diminutive stature. I am glad that you have created this fabulously prolific garden to illustrate Gulliver's perspective when he was in Brobdingnag.
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