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Great Design Plant: Sensitive Fern Shows Its Strengths

Wondering what will thrive in your wet, shady garden? It’s Onoclea sensibilis to the rescue Full Story
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basmiley
I'm in southern Indiana.
last Thursday at 8:41PM   
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Ruth
Jay,
Good news, there are many ferns under deciduous trees at my new home. That will save some work!
Can't wait for next weeks inspiration!!
last Friday at 6:21AM     
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Mysticism and Meaning Meet in an Ohio Artist’s Gardens

Step into landscape scenes rife with symbolism, inspired by math, philosophy and the stars Full Story
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0dog
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and this is a work of art and a labor of love. It doesn't matter what someone's belief system is or isn't when it isn't hurting anyone or forcing it on anyone else. In this case it does neither. Just "Let It Be" and respect the beauty of the creation!
last Wednesday at 8:20AM     
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12 Ways to Make That Inspiration Board Truly Inspiring

Is a plain corkboard stopping up your creative flow? Stir the imagination with these creative ideas for pin boards and more Full Story
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bethlanger
Inspiration Boards are or should be deeper Having a design for inspiration boards takes it to an uncomfortable level for me. The truth of inspiration boards are more than design. Inspiration comes in so many ways. I'm a designer, so please know that I get that aspect of inspiration. We would not have inspired design if our clients didn't have heart and goals and admiration for nature and the arts---blah blah. I hope you get my point. Blessings to what inspires us all!!
last Wednesday at 3:44PM   
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photogirl333
I could never find a pinboard I liked (to purchase anywhere) -- they were all too small, and too plain. I decided to make one myself out of plywood, rolls of cork, and fabric. I'm still in love with it every time I walk into my craft room / office. It's 4 feet wide and 3 feet tall. :)
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B G
I want the giant iMac in almost every photo! Lol
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